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April 3rd

155 Notable deaths

Terence McKenna

American writer.

Born November 16th, 1946 in Paonia.

Died April 3rd, 2000 at 53 years old in San Rafael (brain cancer).

Graham Greene

English writer, playwright and literary critic (1904-1991).

Born October 2nd, 1904 in Berkhamsted. [ref]

Died April 3rd, 1991 at 86 years old in Vevey (leukemia). [ref]

June Brown

English actress (1927–2022).

Born February 16th, 1927 in Needham Market. [ref]

Died April 3rd, 2022 at 95 years old in Surrey. [ref]

Roby Pilatus

German singer, dancer, model.

Born June 8th, 1965 in Munich. [ref]

Died April 3rd, 1998 at 32 years old in Friedrichsdorf.

Warren Oates

American actor (1928-1982).

Born July 5th, 1928 in Depoy. [ref]

Died April 3rd, 1982 at 53 years old in Los Angeles (myocardial infarction). [ref]

Joe Medicine Crow

American historian.

Born October 27th, 1913 in Lodge Grass.

Died April 3rd, 2016 at 102 years old in Billings. [ref]

Sarah Vaughan

American jazz and classical singer (1924–1990).

Born March 27th, 1924 in Newark. [ref]

Died April 3rd, 1990 at 66 years old in Hidden Hills (lung cancer). [ref]

Nigel Lawson

British conservative politician and journalist (1932–2023).

Born March 11th, 1932 in Hampstead.

Died April 3rd, 2023 at 91 years old [ref]

Mary Ure

Scottish stage and film actress (1933-1975).

Born February 18th, 1933 in Glasgow. [ref]

Died April 3rd, 1975 at 42 years old in London (barbiturate overdose). [ref]

Conrad Veidt

German actor.

Born January 22nd, 1893 in Berlin. [ref]

Died April 3rd, 1943 at 50 years old in Hollywood (myocardial infarction). [ref]

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Let children walk with Nature, let them see the beautiful blendings and communions of death and life, their joyous inseparable unity, as taught in woods and meadows, plains and mountains and streams of our blessed star, and they will learn that death is stingless indeed, and as beautiful as life. John Muir