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September 14th

138 Notable deaths

Patrick Swayze

American actor, singer and dancer (1952–2009).

Born August 18th, 1952 in Houston. [ref]

Died September 14th, 2009 at 57 years old in Los Angeles (pancreatic cancer). [ref]

Grace Kelly

American actress and princess consort of monaco (1929–1982).

Born November 12th, 1929 in Philadelphia. [ref]

Died September 14th, 1982 at 52 years old in Commune of Monaco (traffic collision). [ref]

Norm Macdonald

Canadian comedian (1959–2021).

Born October 17th, 1959 in Quebec City.

Died September 14th, 2021 at 61 years old in Duarte (cancer). [ref]

Mickey Hargitay

Hungarian-american actor and bodybuilder.

Born January 6th, 1926 in Budapest.

Died September 14th, 2006 at 80 years old in Los Angeles (multiple myeloma).

Isadora Duncan

American dancer and choreographer.

Born May 27th, 1878 in San Francisco. [ref]

Died September 14th, 1927 at 49 years old in Nice. [ref]

Bill Gates Sr.

American attorney and philanthropist.

Born November 30th, 1925 in Bremerton.

Died September 14th, 2020 at 94 years old in Hood Canal (Alzheimer's disease). [ref]

Henry Gibson

American actor (1935–2009).

Born September 21st, 1935 in Germantown. [ref]

Died September 14th, 2009 at 73 years old in Malibu (cancer, infarction). [ref]

LaWanda Page

Actress, comedian (1920-2002).

Born October 19th, 1920 in Cleveland.

Died September 14th, 2002 at 81 years old in Hollywood (diabetes).

Keith Floyd

British celebrity cook, television personality and restaurateur (1943-2009).

Born December 28th, 1943 in Reading.

Died September 14th, 2009 at 65 years old in Bridport (myocardial infarction). [ref]

Juliet Prowse

Dancer, actress.

Born September 25th, 1936 in Mumbai. [ref]

Died September 14th, 1996 at 59 years old in Los Angeles (pancreatic cancer). [ref]

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