Died On February 19th

Discover the most famous people who died on February 19. The list includes people like Deng Xiaoping, Harper Lee, Bon Scott, Umberto Eco, Friedensreich Hundertwasser. Famous personalities featured on this list, include novelists, actors, directors and political leaders and from other domains of life. This list includes people from United States, United Kingdom, Italy & Germany and many more countries.

Karl LagerfeldKarl Lagerfeld
German
Fashion Designer
Bon ScottBon Scott
Australian, British, Scottish
 

TimurTimur
Uzbekistan
Monarch of the Timurid Empire

Deng XiaopingDeng Xiaoping
Chinese
 

Harper LeeHarper Lee
American
Novelist

Umberto EcoUmberto Eco
Italian
Italian Semiotician, Philosopher
Gopal Krishna GokhaleGopal Krishna Gokhale
Indian
Pioneer of Indian Independence Movement

Jamie GillisJamie Gillis
American
Adult Film Actor
Knut HamsunKnut Hamsun
Norwegian
Writer

Stanley KramerStanley Kramer
American
Film Director, Producer
Ernst MachErnst Mach
Austrian
Physicist

Karl WeierstrassKarl Weierstrass
German
Mathematician

Renato DulbeccoRenato Dulbecco
Italian, American
Virologist

Leo RostenLeo Rosten
American
American humorist

Robert Coleman RichardsonRobert Coleman Richardson
American
Physicist
Andre GideAndre Gide
French
 

John BasiloneJohn Basilone
American
Boxer

Derek JarmanDerek Jarman
British
Film director, Actor, Screenwriter, Diarist,

Billy MitchellBilly Mitchell
American
Officer
Johnny PaycheckJohnny Paycheck
American
Singer-songwriter

John BrasciaJohn Brascia
American
Actor
Lionel JeffriesLionel Jeffries
British
Actor

Grandpa JonesGrandpa Jones
American
Banjoist, Singer, Songwriter

Lee MorganLee Morgan
American
Jazz trumpeter
Michael PowellMichael Powell
British
Film director, Actor, Screenwriter, Film producer,

Mohammad Mohammad Sadeq al-SadrMohammad Mohammad Sadeq al-Sadr
Iraqi
theologian
Adolfo CeliAdolfo Celi
Italian
Film director, Actor, Film producer

George HackenschmidtGeorge Hackenschmidt
French, Russian, British
Wrestler

Anthony CroslandAnthony Crosland
British
Politician
Lydia ShumLydia Shum
Hong Konger
Actor, Comedian, Television presenter, Singer

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Horacio QuirogaHoracio Quiroga
Uruguayan
Poet, Writer, Novelist, Children's writer
Georgios PapanikolaouGeorgios Papanikolaou
Greek
Physician, Oncologist

Mancur OlsonMancur Olson
American
Economist, Political scientist, University

MultatuliMultatuli
Dutch
Writer, Civil servant

Georg BüchnerGeorg Büchner
Swiss, German
Writer
Charlie FinleyCharlie Finley
American
Businessman
Tokugawa TsunayoshiTokugawa Tsunayoshi
Japanese
Military Dictator

John GriersonJohn Grierson
British
Film producer, Film director, Screenwriter

Ollie MatsonOllie Matson
American
American Football Player

Clodius AlbinusClodius Albinus
French
Emperor
Edmund LandauEdmund Landau
German
Mathematician, University teacher

Percy HobartPercy Hobart
British
Military Engineer

Elizabeth CarterElizabeth Carter
British
Poet

Virginia HamiltonVirginia Hamilton
American
Author

Maurice GarinMaurice Garin
French, Italian
Bicycler
Calder WillinghamCalder Willingham
American
Writer

Armen AlchianArmen Alchian
American
Economist
Egerton RyersonEgerton Ryerson
Canadian
 

Simón DíazSimón Díaz
Venezuelan
Singer

Charles-François DaubignyCharles-François Daubigny
French
Painter
René CharRené Char
French
Poet, Writer

Luigi DallapiccolaLuigi Dallapiccola
Croatian, Italian
Italian composer
Ernest ManningErnest Manning
Canadian
Politician

Joseph KepplerJoseph Keppler
Austrian, American
Cartoonist

Ruth Barcan MarcusRuth Barcan Marcus
American
Philosopher

Dale GardnerDale Gardner
American
Astronaut

Domenico TrezziniDomenico Trezzini
Swiss, Russian
Architect
André Frédéric CournandAndré Frédéric Cournand
American
Physician

Kaci Kullmann FiveKaci Kullmann Five
Norwegian
Politician

Peter SchuylerPeter Schuyler
Dutch
 

Valery KubasovValery Kubasov
Russian
Cosmonaut
Étienne-Charles de Loménie de BrienneÉtienne-Charles de Loménie de Brienne
French
Politician

Georg Morris Cohen BrandesGeorg Morris Cohen Brandes
Danish
 
Ibrahim Datuk Tan MalakaIbrahim Datuk Tan Malaka
Indonesian
Minangkabau communist leader