Died On February 18th

Discover the most famous people who died on February 18. The list includes people like Martin Luther, Michelangelo, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Kublai Khan, Dale Earnhardt. Famous personalities featured on this list, include novelists, political leaders, artists and composers and from other domains of life. This list includes people from United States, Germany, France & Italy and many more countries.

Martin LutherMartin Luther
German
Father of Protestantism and Church Reformer

MichelangeloMichelangelo
Italian
Sculptor

Kublai KhanKublai Khan
Mongolian
Founder of the Yuan dynasty in Mongolia and China,

Frank CostelloFrank Costello
American
Crime Boss

Dale EarnhardtDale Earnhardt
American
Race car driver
Angela RaiolaAngela Raiola
American
Reality TV Star

Kerry Von ErichKerry Von Erich
American
Professional Wrestler

Harry CarayHarry Caray
American
 

Frank JamesFrank James
American
Outlaw
Carl Gustav Jacob JacobiCarl Gustav Jacob Jacobi
German
Mathematician

Marguerite McNamaraMaggie McNamara
American
Actress
Tayeb SalihTayeb Salih
Sudanese
Writer

Robert RossenRobert Rossen
American
Film Director, Producer, Screenwriter

Jerry BussJerry Buss
American
Businessman
James J. CorbettJames J. Corbett
American
Boxer

Andy DevineAndy Devine
American
Actor
Albert BierstadtAlbert Bierstadt
German, American
Painter

Fra AngelicoFra Angelico
Italian
Artist

Heinrich Cornelius AgrippaHeinrich Cornelius Agrippa
German
Physician
Kevin AyersKevin Ayers
British
Singer-songwriter

Charles Lewis TiffanyCharles Lewis Tiffany
American
Trader
Ngaio MarshNgaio Marsh
New Zealander
Writer, Theatre director, Novelist,

Omar Abdel-RahmanOmar Abdel-Rahman
Egyptian
Theologian

Eddie MathewsEddie Mathews
American
Baseball player

BalthusBalthus
French, Polish
Painter, Artist
Charles TrenetCharles Trenet
French
Composer, Singer, Singer-songwriter, Songwriter
Isser HarelIsser Harel
Israeli
spy, politician, writer

Alain Robbe-GrilletAlain Robbe-Grillet
French
Actor, Film director, Screenwriter, Writer,

George DaytonGeorge Dayton
American
Entrepreneur

Vasil LevskiVasil Levski
Bulgarian
Revolutionary
Charles DavenportCharles Davenport
American
Biologist

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Clyde StubblefieldClyde Stubblefield
American
Drummer

Gyula AndrássyGyula Andrássy
Hungarian
Politician, Diplomat, Economist

Bill CowsillBill Cowsill
American
Singer

Sophus LieSophus Lie
Norwegian
Mathematician
Pope Gregory VPope Gregory V
German
 

Jean RouchJean Rouch
French
Anthropologist, Film director, Screenwriter
PulcheriaPulcheria
Turkish
Theodosius II's sister

Richard SchickelRichard Schickel
American
Journalist, Writer, Film critic, Documentary

CornplanterCornplanter
American
politician
Abdul Rashid KhanAbdul Rashid Khan
Indian
Composer, Singer

Charles Stewart MottCharles Stewart Mott
American
Businessman
Niceto Alcalá-ZamoraNiceto Alcalá-Zamora
Spanish
Politician, Jurist, Diplomat, Lawyer

Laurel HesterLaurel Hester
American
Police officer

John BabcockJohn Babcock
Canadian
Electrician

Yūko TsushimaYūko Tsushima
Japanese
Writer, Novelist, Short story writer, Literary

Günter BlobelGünter Blobel
German, Polish, American
Biologist
Andreas FeiningerAndreas Feininger
French, American
Photographer, Writer, Architect

Henry Norris RussellHenry Norris Russell
American
Astronomer

Harald SzeemannHarald Szeemann
Swiss
Swiss curator

Clarence Budington KellandClarence Budington Kelland
American
Writer, Journalist, Novelist
Grigoriy OrdzhonikidzeGrigoriy Ordzhonikidze
Georgian, Russian
 

Carl Gustav Jakob JacobiCarl Gustav Jakob Jacobi
German
Mathematician
Kim Seong-suKim Seong-su
South Korean
Former Vice President of South Korea

Dmitri Borisovich KabalevskyDmitri Borisovich Kabalevsky
Russian
 

Carl G. J. JacobiCarl G. J. Jacobi
German
 
Norma Leah McCorveyNorma McCorvey
American
Autobiographer