Died On May 2nd

Discover the most famous people who died on May 2. The list includes people like Leonardo da Vinci, Osama Bin Laden, Joseph McCarthy, J. Edgar Hoover, Martin Bormann. Famous personalities featured on this list, include novelists, political leaders, actors and sociologists and from other domains of life. This list includes people from Germany, United Kingdom, United States & Italy and many more countries.

Leonardo da VinciLeonardo da Vinci
(Painter, Sculptor, Architect, Engineer, Scientist)

15 April 1452

Vinci

Italian

Aries

Osama Bin LadenOsama Bin Laden
(Terrorist)

10 March 1957

Saudi Arabian

Pisces

Joseph McCarthyJoseph McCarthy

14 November 1908

Grand Chute, Wisconsin, United States

American

Scorpio

J. Edgar HooverJ. Edgar Hoover
(First Director of FBI)

01 January 1895

Washington, D.C.

American

Capricorn

Martin BormannMartin Bormann
(Private Secretary of Adolf Hitler)

17 June 1900

Wegeleben

German

Gemini

Oliver ReedOliver Reed
(Actor)

13 February 1938

Wimbledon, London, England

British

Aquarius

Paulo FreirePaulo Freire
(Educator and Philosopher)

19 September 1921

Recife, Brazil

Brazilian

Virgo

Alfred de MussetAlfred de Musset
(Dramatist, Poet, Novelist)

11 December 1810

Paris

French

Sagittarius

Giulio NattaGiulio Natta
(Chemist)

25 February 1903

Imperia, Italy

Italian

Pisces

Nancy AstorNancy Astor
(First Woman MP in the House of Commons)

19 May 1879

Danville, Virginia, United States

British

Taurus

Emile HabibiEmile Habibi
(Writer)

29 August 1922

Haifa

Israeli

Virgo

Sir John Carew EcclesSir John Eccles
(Neurophysiologist)

27 January 1903

Melbourne, Australia

Australian

Aquarius

Jeff HannemanJeff Hanneman
(Guitarist, Musician, Songwriter)

31 January 1964

Oakland

American

Aquarius

Franz von PapenFranz von Papen
(Chancellor , Prime Minister)

29 October 1879

Werl, Germany

German

Scorpio

Justin FashanuJustin Fashanu
(Association football player)

19 February 1961

London

British

Aquarius

Ruth RendellRuth Rendell
(Writer, Politician, Novelist, Screenwriter)

17 February 1930

London

British

Aquarius

Maya PlisetskayaMaya Plisetskaya
(Ballet dancer, Dancer, Choreographer, Actor, Prima ballerina assoluta)

20 November 1925

Moscow

Spanish,Russian

Scorpio

William Moulton MarstonWilliam Moulton Marston
(Psychologist)

09 May 1893

Saugus

American

Taurus

Wilhelm BurgdorfWilhelm Burgdorf
(military personnel)

15 February 1895

Fürstenwalde

German

Aquarius

Augusto BoalAugusto Boal
(Theatre director, Writer, Politician, Playwright)

16 March 1931

Rio de Janeiro

Brazilian

Pisces

Giacomo MeyerbeerGiacomo Meyerbeer
(composer, conductor, autobiographer,music director)

05 September 1791

Berlin

German

Virgo

Henri ToivonenHenri Toivonen
(Rally driver, Motorcycle racer, Racecar driver)

25 August 1956

Jyväskylä

Finnish

Virgo

David WechslerDavid Wechsler
(Psychologist, University teacher)

12 January 1896

Iași County

American

Capricorn

Ludwig StumpfeggerLudwig Stumpfegger
(Military physician, Physician, Surgeon, Torturer)

11 July 1910

Munich

German

Cancer

Robert MichelsRobert Michels
(Sociologist, University teacher)

09 January 1876

Cologne

German

Capricorn

Alfred WeberAlfred Weber
(Economist, Educationist, Sociologist, University teacher)

30 July 1868

Erfurt

German

Leo

Viktor LutzeViktor Lutze
(Politician)

28 December 1890

Bevergern

German

Capricorn

Tibor KalmanTibor Kalman
(Graphic designer)

06 July 1949

Budapest

Hungarian

Cancer

Evelyn De MorganEvelyn De Morgan
(Painter)

30 August 1855

London

British

Virgo

Gustav LandauerGustav Landauer
(Politician, Translator, Writer, Journalist)

07 April 1870

Karlsruhe

German

Aries

Clara ImmerwahrClara Immerwahr
(Chemist, Feminist)

21 June 1870

Wojczyce

Gemini

W. T. TutteW. T. Tutte
(Mathematician, University teacher)

14 May 1917

Newmarket

British

Taurus

Marilyn FrenchMarilyn French
(Novelist, Writer, Feminist, Social critic)

21 November 1929

Brooklyn

American

Scorpio

John EcclesJohn Eccles
(philosopher, neuroscientist, physician, university teacher)

27 January 1903

Melbourne

Australian

Aquarius

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