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May 27th

112 Notable deaths

Jawaharlal Nehru

Prime minister of india from 1947 to 1964.

Born November 14th, 1889 in Allahabad. [ref]

Died May 27th, 1964 at 74 years old in New Delhi (myocardial infarction). [ref]

Gregg Allman

American musician.

Born December 8th, 1947 in Saint Thomas Hospital.

Died May 27th, 2017 at 69 years old in Richmond Hill (liver cancer). [ref]

Frederick Trump

German-born american businessman.

Born March 14th, 1869 in Kallstadt.

Died May 27th, 1918 at 49 years old in Woodhaven (1918-1920 flu pandemic).

Jeff Conaway

American actor (1950–2011).

Born October 5th, 1950 in Manhattan.

Died May 27th, 2011 at 60 years old in Encino (pneumonia, sepsis). [ref]

Jeffrey Hunter

American actor (1926-1969).

Born November 25th, 1926 in New Orleans. [ref]

Died May 27th, 1969 at 42 years old in Los Angeles (cerebral hemorrhage). [ref]

Gil Scott-Heron

American soul and jazz poet, musician, and author.

Born April 1st, 1949 in Chicago. [ref]

Died May 27th, 2011 at 62 years old in New York City (death from AIDS-related complications). [ref]

Paul Gleason

American actor (1939-2006).

Born May 4th, 1939 in Jersey City.

Died May 27th, 2006 at 67 years old in Burbank (mesothelioma). [ref]

Vincent J. McMahon

American professional wrestling promoter (1914–1984).

Born July 6th, 1915 in Harlem. [ref]

Died May 27th, 1984 at 68 years old in Miami-Dade County (cancer). [ref]

Bill Buckner

American baseball player.

Born December 14th, 1949 in Vallejo.

Died May 27th, 2019 at 69 years old in Boise (Lewy body dementia). [ref]

Larry Kramer

American screenwriter, novelist, essayist, playwright, lgbt-rights and aids activist.

Born June 25th, 1935 in Bridgeport.

Died May 27th, 2020 at 84 years old in New York City (pneumonia).

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