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Dead at age 35

249 Notable deaths

Nicole Brown Simpson

Former wife of american football player o. j. simpson.

Born May 19th, 1959 in Frankfurt am Main.

Died June 12th, 1994 at 35 years old in Brentwood (stabbing).

Andy Kaufman

American enterainer (1949–1984).

Born January 17th, 1949 in New York City.

Died May 16th, 1984 at 35 years old in West Hollywood (lung cancer).

Stevie Ray Vaughan

American blues guitarist (1954–1990).

Born October 3rd, 1954 in Dallas. [ref]

Died August 27th, 1990 at 35 years old in East Troy (aviation accident). [ref]

Mark Salling

American actor and musician (1982–2018).

Born August 17th, 1982 in Dallas.

Died January 30th, 2018 at 35 years old in Los Angeles. [ref]

Ol' Dirty Bastard

American rapper (1968–2004).

Born November 15th, 1968 in Fort Greene.

Died November 13th, 2004 at 35 years old in Manhattan (drug overdose). [ref]

José Rizal

Filipino nationalist and writer (1861-1896).

Born June 19th, 1861 in Calamba. [ref]

Died December 30th, 1896 at 35 years old in Manila (ballistic trauma).

Jonathan Larson

American composer and playwright (1960-1996).

Born February 4th, 1960 in White Plains.

Died January 25th, 1996 at 35 years old in New York City (aortic dissection).

Rob Hall

New zealand mountaineer (1961-1996).

Born January 14th, 1961 in Christchurch.

Died May 11th, 1996 at 35 years old in Mount Everest (hypothermia).

Silk Smitha

Actress (1960-1996).

Born December 2nd, 1960 in Eluru.

Died September 23rd, 1996 at 35 years old in Chennai (hanging).

Shyla Stylez

Canadian pornographic actress (1982-2017).

Born September 23rd, 1982 in Armstrong.

Died November 10th, 2017 at 35 years old in Armstrong.

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