30 Mar, 2023


Celebrities Died In 2023: In Memory Of The Celebrities Who Passed Away

By FactsWow Team

Tom Leadon

Tom Leadon, a singer, and guitarist who co-founded Mudcrutch with the late Tom Petty in the 1970s and continued to play with them after their revival in 2007 died on March 22.

Media Credits: Wikipedia

Darcelle XV

As the oldest working drag queen at the age of 92, Darcelle XV holds the Guinness World Record for the oldest drag queen living today.

Media Credits: www.daracellexv.com

Nicholas Lloyd Webber

The eldest son of Andrew Lloyd Webber, Nicholas 'Nick' Lloyd Webber, died of gastric cancer on March 25 at the age of 43 after an 18-month battle.

Media Credits: People

Wayne Swinny

He suffered a brain hemorrhage while touring on March 22 and passed away at 59. Swinny was a guitarist and founding member of Saliva.

Media Credits: Daily Mail

Gunter Nezhoda

On March 21, Gunter Nezhoda, 67, passed away from a heart attack. He was a recurring A&E Storage Wars competitor.

Media Credits: TMZ

Peter Werner

An Oscar-winning director who worked on Moonlighting, Justified, and Elementary before dying of a torn aorta in March, Peter Werner was an AFI student.

Media Credits: IMDb

Paul Grant

Actor and stuntman Paul Grant, 56, died of a stroke on March 21. He was a member of the cast of Star Wars and Harry Potter films.

Media Credits: NewsBytes

Lance Reddick

Actor Lance Reddick, 60, died of natural causes on March 17 after years of acting on TV shows, movies, and video games, including The Wire.

Media Credits: Us Weekly

Norman Steinberg

According to his son, it was the first time he had died personally. He was 83. Steinberg was best known for his screenplays for movies like Blazing Saddles, My Favorite Year, and Johnny Dangerously.

Media Credits: People

Bobby Caldwell

His soulful and versatile voice contributed to hits like 'Open Your Eyes' and 'What You Won't Do For Love.' In 1978, he released his eponymous debut, which contained 'What You Won't Do For Love.' R&B, soul, and jazz were among the genres he covered.

Media Credits: Dehraduntimes.in

Costa Titch

At the Ultra South Africa music festival in Johannesburg, Constantinos Tsobanoglou, aka Costa Titch, was performing when he collapsed. He was 28.

Media Credits: Pulse Live Kenya

Chaim Topol

Israeli President Isaac Herzog announced Chaim Topol's death on March 9 after 87 years on stage and screen. Topol was best known as Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof.

Media Credits: JamesBond Wiki-Fandom

Bert I. Gordon

He was one of cinema's greatest giant-monster directors, writers, producers, and visual effects artists. Gordon died on March 8 at the age of 100.

Media Credits: IMDb

Ian Falconer

63-year-old Ian Falconer, the chief illustrator of the Olivia series and Caldecott-winning author, passed away on March 7.

Media Credits: Discogs

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