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Found 628 results

  1. Teddy

    Clive Dunn

    Clive Dunn must deserve some sort of honour. He appeared as no1 in the 1987 list, and is still in there at 50 in this years list. Perhaps he is only hanging on for spite, in the hope that he drops off next year - and then can drop off for good.
  2. Josco

    The Kings Of Tonga

    King of Tonga This old king was born in 1918. At 87 therefore, a sodomite and considerably overweight, must soon be a goner. Any thoughts?
  3. Vaagheid

    Dick Bruna

    He has been mentioned here before, but Dick Bruna apparently hasn't made a new book since 2011 (sorry link is Dutch) www.zie.nl/achterklap/dick-bruna-al-sinds-2011-gestopt-met-tekenen/qj3zxnvf619c I believe i saw him on Utrecht central station a couple of years ago... looking very frail...
  4. Spade_Cooley

    Frank Sidebottom

    Chris Sievey, aka Frank Sidebottom, diagnosed with cancer. Never thought he'd be dying before John Cooper Clarke, but there you go.
  5. Grim Reaper

    Al Lewis

    Like DWB I was also doing a bit of casual DeathList research and think Ive stumbled across an exciting new possibility. It appears that Al Lewis who played Grampa Munster in the 1960s TV series is still alive and coming up to his 94th brithday. I cannot find any news of his recent health or his death but I have found a site where you can book him for a personal appearance - Perhaps he should be the guest of honour at the DeathList Xmas party.
  6. Grim Reaper

    Pope John Paul

    It appears that the Austrian cardinal has decided to give the DeathList Committee confirmation of something we already suspected... http://www.mytelus.com/news/article.do?pag...ticleID=1424039 Thanks for the update Cardinal Schoenborn - be sure to let us know any further developments http://www.deathlist.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/tongue.png
  7. Grim Reaper

    Richard Adams

    Watership Down author now well into his 90s...
  8. Grim Reaper

    João Havelange

    This is the place to discuss Joao Havelange
  9. Banshees Scream

    Mary Tyler Moore

    Windsor - tell me what you think of a young Mary Tyler Moore? Just a random thought - Getting of the subject of royal woman with no body nor appearence.
  10. Jimh

    Jack Chick

    With JP2 unlikely to require an inclusion on next year's list perhaps it is time to consider a possible replacement for his holiness in the "Nearly Dead Religious Types" category. I would like to nominate Mr Jack Chick for this award. For those not aware of this gentleman's works (some claim him to be the world's most published author) you can check out his website >just here<. If you aren't keen on wading through that nonsense you can cut to the chase on his tract list page >just here<. Some of his best works revolve around some splendidly nonsensical decontruction of evolution and an almost beautifully simplistic solution to the whole Arab/Israeli conflict (convert the Arabs to Christianity). Whilst failing to turn me onto the word of God he has kept me laughing for a few years now. Mr Chick is now 81 and must be getting close to "going home to the Lord". Whilst rather reclusive (even finding his age is tricky) I believe he passes the fame test because of the sheer volume of works he has produced in his lifetime and the number of people who (perhaps without realising it) have read his ghastly little booklets.
  11. RobertMugabe

    Peter Sarstedt

    He has been ill for many years with progressive supranuclear palsy and is in bad health. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3161595/Ephraim-Hardcastle-Queen-set-appear-Antiques-Roadshow.html He deserves his own thread, I know people like Sir Creep will not know of him, but then again that creep guy was born in 1997 and has no idea of popular culture. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-3161595/Ephraim-Hardcastle-Queen-set-appear-Antiques-Roadshow.html
  12. Lady Die

    Lord Snowdon

    Already posted in the "Lord Lichfield" thread.... I happened to glance at a well-known celebrity mag where they had photos of Lichfield's memorial service. Lord Snowdon was there & didn't look at all well. Maybe a possibility for 2007?
  13. Guest

    Brooke Astor

    Jesus! How long can this woman go on. Mind you I've seen pics of her from a few years back and she doesn't look bad for a 100-year old.
  14. Davey Jones' Locker

    Debbie Reynolds

    Well done, Carrie Fisher. You've killed yourself and possibly your mum with your lifestyle: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-12-29/debbie-reynolds-rushed-to-hospital-medical-emergency-reports/8152226
  15. VSBfromH

    Rick Parfitt

    Status Quo Star In Cancer Scare
  16. JiroemonKimura

    Piers Sellers

    Piers Sellers, the Oliver Sacks of 2016: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3404641/I-ve-no-complaints-spacewalked-220-miles-Earth-watched-hurricanes-cartwheel-oceans-British-astronaut-Piers-Sellers-makes-emotional-announcement-terminal-cancer.html Somehow still managed to get rejected in DSCDP, even though he has Wikipedia pages in no fewer than 20 languages.
  17. weatherman90

    Henry Heimlich

    How about Henry Heimlich, the soon-to-be 86 year old creator of the Heimlich Maneuver. Should be one to keep a watch on.
  18. BrunoBrimley

    Bernard Fox

    At nearly 78 (born May of 1927) I was surprised beyond recognition to learn this man was still alive. He does not look particularly healthy from photos and some randoms searches show his work load has slowed considerably in the last decade. Is it nearly his time?
  19. Grim Reaper

    Ingmar Bergman

    This is the place to discuss the late Ingmar Bergman
  20. The Mad Hatter

    Andrew Sachs

    The guy will be in his late 80s this year and is a household name might as well get his own thread.
  21. maryportfuncity

    Andy Fraser

    Andy Fraser, one time bass player with Free is HIV positive, has been for a while. He suggests on his official site that he contracted it during lengthy treatment for cancer in his neck. Oddly no hospitals or doctors are blamed, and it did take him a while to come out as gay. Was news to his wife and kids when he did! Either way, he's active promoting some re-issues of Free but, one to watch.
  22. Godot

    Leonard Cohen

    Ah, Cohen, wondered when someone would mention him. He seems to go on and on and on, have his latest CD, very good except his voice is deepening and slowing to such an extent it's like playing a single at 33 rpm. Great for black dog days. He has a thing about the word "naked" that I don't quite understand. Anyway not for a while I wouldn't have thought. I'm sure Canadian Paul will have a view. Must go and play it again.....
  23. DevonDeathTrip

    Leon Russell

    I'm sad to report that singer, songwriter, guitarist and pianist Leon Russell is in hospital after undergoing brain surgery. He has had recent health issues including a "brain fluid leak and treatment for heart failure and pneumonia", which doesn't sound too good. As well as preforming as a solo artist, he is probably as well known for his session work in the 60s and 70s, when he appeared on albums recorded by just about everyone. He is also the owner of a very fine beard, which would give ZZ Tops' efforts a run for their money IMO.
  24. Rude Kid

    Carlo Azeglio Ciampi

    There's gotta be potential for concrete boots if he carries on like this... http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/4147411.stm
  25. Rachelle

    Janet Reno

    I didn't see Janet Reno on this list?
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