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Found 490 results

  1. Guest

    Zsa Zsa Gabor

    Should Zsa Zsa be on this years list or 2006? She has many different ages such as being 95 88 and 86 years old? She was always known to lie about her age. I see her as being a fair canidate.
  2. Phantom of the Midway

    Charlotte Rae

    Charlotte Rae, known for her role as Edna Garret in "Diff'rent Strokes" and spin-off "The Facts Of Life", is 89 years old. Here is a little about her medical history from Wikipedia: Is she a possible candidate for 2016? I'll definitely add her to my Personal Deathlist.
  3. Deathwatch Beetle

    Bhumibol Adulyadej

    This fella is hanging by the skin of his teeth and has been for years, I doubt he will be included in next years list as most peeps don't know him but I live in Thailand and he can't last much longer he's got every illness under the sun. Please don't tell anyone my name or they will come for me in the middle of the night and ship me off to the Bangkok Hilton for etnerity!
  4. MadMac

    Robert Robinson

    Happy 78th Birthday to this grand stalwart of British TV and radio, who was apparently ill last year. Possible outside bet for 2006?
  5. honez

    Jimmy Savile

    Any news on Jimmy Saville's well-being? A possible contender for the 2005 list perchance? He'd be getting a bit snaggle-toothed by now.
  6. How come Arafat is dead and no news stations are talking about it and everybody is keeping it under wraps? Good to see that you have his death listed, but why isn't any other info being released to the public? Weird
  7. msc

    Robert Hardy

    If Super bloody Gran can get a thread when no one remembers if shes even alive, then surely one of our greatest living thespians can? Robert Hardy is the dean of British character actors. Best known for a long stint opposite Peter Davison (whom he mentored) in All Creatures Great and Small as vet Siegfried Farnon, he has also appeared in everything under the sun, except, peculiarly, Doctor Who. You might also recognise him from the Harry Potter films (Cornelius Fudge), and about nearly everything the BBC does with Churchill in it. He is now 90, is the type of person the Deathlist likes (think George Cole and Peter Sallis), and more pertinently, has began to sell off his beloved collection of antiques and historical items, which isn't something he'd do lightly. So whilst the Mail claims he is in good shape for 90, there's something causing him to downsize his most prized possessions. Besides, if Nicholas Parsons can get his own thread despite being the Healthiest Man in Britain...
  8. football_fan

    Johnny Carson Rip

    Johnny Carson has been battling emphysema for the last couple of years and has already had quadruple-bypass heart surgery. He could be a strong candidate for 2005. Who will ever forget his famous line - "Heeere's Johnny!"
  9. Guest

    Dale Winton

    TV presenter Dale WInton doesn't look very well,underneath all that botox & mahogany tan.
  10. DevonDeathTrip

    Glen Campbell

    Glen Campbell has Alzheimer's disease. Like A Rhinestone, uh ...duh
  11. Rude Kid

    Slobodan Milosevic

    On trial for war crimes, but claims to be in ill health...sounds like a ploy to me, especially as he's only 62, but you never know. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/3865573.stm
  12. Guest

    Buster Keaton

    I heard Buster Keaton is still alive but a bit over 100, he needs to be on your list for 2006
  13. post mortem

    David Bowie

    Now its easy to predict that someone over 80 is going to die. The real skill is getting someone under 60 http://www.deathlist.net/forums/public/style_emoticons/#EMO_DIR#/ph34r.png I am sure the doctors have patched him up but he may be one to watch. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/entertainment/music/3878889.stm
  14. harrymcnallysblueandwhitearmy

    George Michael, Innit Peeps

    Mr Panayiotou seems to be as fond of the Class A's as my previous sleb thread heroine, Amy W. Ladies and Gentlemen, do we have Faith that he'll live to be much Older or is he on The Edge of Heaven? (yes, I had to look all those up).
  15. Bibliogryphon

    Sir John Hurt

    In more important news John Hurt is diagnosed with cancer
  16. Grim Reaper

    10. Lord Carrington

    The Lord Carrington thread.
  17. millwall32

    Alex Higgins (And Snooker)

    I know that last time there was an Alex Higgins thread it turned into a rant fest. So this is more general question, which I suspect will get very few answers-Aren't there a ton of sick and dying snooker players Joe O'Boye, the Francisco's, etc . Suspect this will prove to be a thread to nothing but.......?
  18. themaninblack

    Lou Reed

    Lou Reed is recovering after a "life saving" liver transplant...
  19. Grim Reaper

    Ronald Reagan

    Email just received at DeathList HQ: PWB says: "Strongly disagree with the designation of "idiot" for one of the greatest Presidents of the United States." Sadly PWB doesnt suggest an alternative description, but we're open to suggestions. Obviously Ronnie did make some great contributions in his time - for instance where would we be today without the "Star Wars" project?? Everyone still happy with "idiot" or is it time for a change?
  20. Sean

    Charles Krauthammer

    The legendary syndicated political columnist Charles Krauthammer has "a few weeks to live" after a recurrence of abdominal cancer first diagnosed in August 2017 that has "spread rapidly".Thought he was famous enough for his own thread.
  21. Sir Creep

    Lone Rhinoceros

    Being that the entire species (all variations) may well be extinct in our children's' lifetimes, I figured we could count them down, 1 by 1. We lost two bloody black rhinos just this month. Denver Zoo officials are mourning the loss of a 21-year-old black rhinoceros after the animals health caused the zoo to euthanize him. Zoo officials say since 2014 they have tried 20 different procedures and therapies to alleviate the critically endangered animals foot problems, including customized boots. Mshindi was born at the zoo in 1993. His name means warrior or champion in Swahili. The rhino was taught to hold a paint brush in his mouth and create paintings that were then sold to raise money for rhino conservation. SirC http://www.gjsentinel.com/breaking/articles/21-year-old-black-rhinoceros-dies-at-denver-zoo
  22. sidburyman

    Peter Ustinov

    Peter Ustinov is a good candidate for impending lack of life. Having seen recent documentaries about his life and career it's obvious he's looking very frail. He can't get around without the aid of a couple of sticks and he seems rather vulnerable. Surely a higher place (top 10) next year for the British film hero? A sure bet for 2004 methinks.
  23. Guest

    Lady Bird Johnson

    I have been informed within the past two days that the death of Lady Bird Johnson is indeed imminent. The 92-year-old former first lady could become a major miss for the list.
  24. Stayin Alive

    Gretchen Franklin

    I see from the Wiki, that she is a cousin of the actor Clive Dunn, no less. Perhaps a bit of family competitiveness might be triggered.
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