Paul William Walker

Paul William Walker (September 12, 1973 November 30, 2013) was an American actor. He is best known for his role as Brian O'Conner in the Fast & Furious franchise. Walker began his career as a child actor during the 1970s and 1980s, and gained recognition in the early 1990s after appearing in the television soap opera The Young and the Restless; he received praise for his performances in the teen film She's All That and the coming-of-age film Varsity Blues (both 1999), before gaining in...

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Age: 40 Years
Death: 11/30/2013
City: Glendale

Dharampal Gulati

Dharampal Gulati (27 March 1923 – 3 December 2020), also known as Mahashay Dharampal Gulati, was an Indian businessman, and founder and CEO of MDH (Mahashian Di Hatti; transl. gentleman's shop), an Indian spice company. He was referred to as 'spice-king' in reference to his pioneering of ready-touse ground spices. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan, India's third highest civilian award, in 2019. Gulati was born on 27 March 1923 in Sialkot in present-day Pakistan. His father, Chunnilal ...

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Age: 97 Years
Death: 12/03/2020
City: New Delhi

Manglesh Darbral

While literary fiction can still occasionally afford certitudes, poetry traverses a vulnerable lane. It rarely attempts to offer opinions, as certain apprehensions about its own gaze never take its leave. Manglesh Dabral, who died on Wednesday, was a poet of delicate doubts and anxious assertions. He began his Sahitya Akademi award acceptance speech, Kavi Ka Akelapan (The Loneliness of a Poet), with a reference to Pablo Neruda. The Chilean poet had begun questioning his art upon learning that a ...

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Age: 72 Years
Death: 12/09/2020
City: Haldwani-cum-Kathgodam

Dianna Rigg

Diana Rigg, in full Dame Enid Diana Elizabeth Rigg, (born July 20, 1938, Doncaster, Yorkshire, England—died September 10, 2020, London), English actress who gained worldwide fame during the 1960s for her portrayal of Emma Peel on the television series The Avengers. Which film won the first best picture prize at the Academy Awards, in 1929? Test your knowledge in this quiz and see how much of a film buff you really are. The daughter of a government railway supervisor, Rigg spent her early c...

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Age: 82 Years
Death: 09/10/2020
City: London

Eddie Van Halen

In 1983, when Eddie Van Halen first built his beloved 5150 home studio in the hills near Hollywood, he decorated its kitchen with a photograph of a squat old apartment building in a city more than 5,000 miles away. Every time he’d head to the fridge for a beer during his all-night recording sessions, which was often, he’d see the home where he spent most of his first seven years, at 59 Rozemarijnstraat in the city of Nijmegen, in the Gelderland province of the Netherlands, near the German bo...

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Age: 65 Years
Death: 10/06/2020
City: Amsterdam

Joe Morgan

Joe Morgan, the Hall of Fame second baseman who was the National League’s Most Valuable Player for two consecutive seasons and the engine of the Big Red Machine — as the Cincinnati Reds of the 1970s, one of baseball’s most powerful teams, were known — died on Sunday at his home in Danville, Calif. He was 77. James Davis, a family spokesman, said the cause was nonspecified polyneuropathy. Morgan had a bone-marrow transplant in 2016. Morgan’s was the latest in a string of recent de...

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Age: 67 Years
Death: 10/11/2020
City: Brownsville

Sean connery

In the 1950s, Sean Connery was cast in numerous U.K. films and television programs. In the early '60s, he landed the lead role of James Bond in Dr. No, continuing the role in followups like Goldfinger and Thunderball while gaining massive popularity. He worked regularly in film thereafter, and in 1987 won an Academy Award in the category of supporting actor for The Untouchables. Connery later starred in the adventure films Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade and The League of Extraordinary Gentle...

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Age: 90 Years
Death: 10/30/2020
City: Edinburgh