Died On July 2nd

Discover the most famous people who died on July 2. The list includes people like Ernest Hemingway, Jean-Jacques Rousseau, James Stewart, Louis Zamperini, Elie Wiesel. Famous personalities featured on this list, include actors, prime ministers, f1 drivers and diplomats and from other domains of life. This list includes people from United States, United Kingdom, France & Italy and many more countries.

Ernest HemingwayErnest Hemingway
American
Journalist
NostradamusNostradamus
French
Physician

James StewartJames Stewart
American
Actor

Lee IacoccaLee Iacocca
American
Businessman

Jean-Jacques RousseauJean-Jacques Rousseau
Swiss, French
Philosopher, Writer, & Composer

Louis ZamperiniLouis Zamperini
American
Prisoner of War Survivor
Robert PeelRobert Peel
British
Prime Minister of the United Kingdom

Vladimir NabokovVladimir Nabokov
Swiss, American, Russian
Novelist

Lee RemickLee Remick
American
Actress
Elie WieselElie Wiesel
Romanian, American
Writer

Betty GrableBetty Grable
American
American actress
Mario PuzoMario Puzo
American
Novelist, Screenwriter

Porfirio DíazPorfirio Díaz
Mexican
Military General, Politician

Manuel II of PortugalManuel II of Portugal
Portuguese
King

Samuel HahnemannSamuel Hahnemann
German
Founder of Homeopathy

Andrei GromykoAndrei Gromyko
Russian
Diplomat
Anna Howard ShawAnna Howard Shaw
American
Leader of the women's suffrage movement in the

Tyeb MehtaTyeb Mehta
Indian
Indian painter

Edward DunlopEdward Dunlop
Australian
Prisoner of War

Franklin J SchaffnerFranklin J Schaffner
American
Director
Fred GwynneFred Gwynne
American
Actor

Caroline AherneCaroline Aherne
British
Actor, Comedian, Television producer, Television
Michael CiminoMichael Cimino
American
Film director

Andrés EscobarAndrés Escobar
Colombian
Association football player

Peter KürtenPeter Kürten
German
Criminal, Serial killer
Akechi MitsuhideAkechi Mitsuhide
Japanese
Samurai

Denmark VeseyDenmark Vesey
American
Carpenters
Joey DunlopJoey Dunlop
Northern Irish
Motorcycle racer

Dilip SardesaiDilip Sardesai
Indian
Cricketer

Joseph ChamberlainJoseph Chamberlain
British
Politician
Ferdinand SchörnerFerdinand Schörner
German
General

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Douglas EngelbartDouglas Engelbart
American
Engineer
Stephen III of MoldaviaStephen III of Moldavia
Romanian
Ruler

Krissy TaylorKrissy Taylor
American
Model

Kay ThompsonKay Thompson
American
Author

Fireball RobertsFireball Roberts
American
Racecar driver, Racing driver
Beverly SillsBeverly Sills
American
Actor, Singer, Opera singer, Autobiographer,
Georgi DimitrovGeorgi Dimitrov
Bulgarian, Russian
Politician

Robert the StrongRobert the Strong
French
Father of Kings

Natasha ShneiderNatasha Shneider
American
Actor, Musician, Pianist

Camarón de la IslaCamarón de la Isla
Spanish
Street artist, Singer
Émile CouéÉmile Coué
French
Psychologist

David PurleyDavid Purley
British
Formula One driver, Aerobatics, Racecar driver

Viktor ChebrikovViktor Chebrikov
Ukrainian
Public official

Jimmy StewartJimmy Stewart
American
 

Ernest LehmanErnest Lehman
American
Screenwriter
Itamar FrancoItamar Franco
Brazilian
Politician, Diplomat

Rudolf E. KálmánRudolf E. Kálmán
American
Mathematician, Engineer, University teacher
Wilfrid SellarsWilfrid Sellars
American
Philosopher

Thomas HarriotThomas Harriot
British
Mathematician, explorer, astronomer

Beryl BainbridgeBeryl Bainbridge
British
Author
Ivan Allen Jr.Ivan Allen Jr.
American
Businessman

Mikio NaruseMikio Naruse
Japanese
Film director, Writer, Film producer, Screenwriter
Herbert Beerbohm TreeHerbert Beerbohm Tree
British
Actor

Marion WilliamsMarion Williams
American
Singer

Briggs CunninghamBriggs Cunningham
American
Racecar driver

Vincenzo GalileiVincenzo Galilei
Italian
composer, musicologist, music theorist, luth

Hy ZaretHy Zaret
American
Lyricist
Alam ChannaAlam Channa
Pakistani
Tallest living people

Michel RocardMichel Rocard
French
Politician, Prime Minister

Charlie SandersCharlie Sanders
American
American football player

George SeldesGeorge Seldes
American
Journalist
Frederick James FurnivallFrederick James Furnivall
British
Philologists

Matsukata MasayoshiMatsukata Masayoshi
Japanese
Prime Minister, politician
Earle BrownEarle Brown
American
Composer

John Stewart, Duke of AlbanyJohn Stewart, Duke of Albany
Scottish
Regent

Jan BrzechwaJan Brzechwa
Polish
poet
Cyrus AveryCyrus Avery
American
Public servant

Laurent TerzieffLaurent Terzieff
French
Actor
Washington GladdenWashington Gladden
American
Pastor

Alicia PattersonAlicia Patterson
American
Journalist and publisher

Frederic E. MohsFrederic E. Mohs
American
Surgeon
Marion DelormeMarion Delorme
French
Courtesan

John Cullen MurphyJohn Cullen Murphy
American
Illustrator
Felix MottlFelix Mottl
Austrian
Conductor

Stephen Moulton BabcockStephen Moulton Babcock
American
Chemist

Juvenal of JerusalemJuvenal of Jerusalem
Bishop of Jerusalem

Victor LouisVictor Louis
French
Architect
Seth Barnes NicholsonSeth Barnes Nicholson
American
Astronomer
Henry I of GermanyHenry I of Germany
German
King

Peter DollondPeter Dollond
British
Optician

John FitchJohn Fitch
American
inventor, watchmaker, engineer, entrepreneur

Ray BrownRay Brown
American
 
Emilio Álvarez MontalvánEmilio Álvarez Montalván
Nicaraguan
Ophthalmologist

Caroline YaleCaroline Yale
American
Educator

Yevgeny PetrovYevgeny Petrov
Ukrainian
Writer

Andrei A. GromykoAndrei A. Gromyko
Russian
Politician

Spencer Compton, Earl of WilmingtonSpencer Compton, Earl of Wilmington
British
Politician
Georgiana BarrymoreGeorgiana Barrymore
American
Actress