The Deaths in June 2016 written by Jhayke Adesanya, [Names] of Over 500 famous people that died in June 2016
June 2016 Recorded Massive Famous & Celebrity Deaths. In the Below Article, Jhayke Adesanya Lists The Names and Dates of all Deaths.
- Agostino Coletto, 88, Italian racing cyclist.
- Roger Enrico, 71, American businessman (PepsiCo, DreamWorks).
- Razak Khan, 65, Indian film actor (Baadshah, Hello Brother, Akhiyon Se Goli Maare)
- Wang Jui, 85, Taiwanese actor
- Donny Everett, 19, American baseball player (Vanderbilt Commodores), drowned.
- Yevhen Lemeshko, 85, Ukrainian football coach.
- Abderrahmane Meziani, Algerian footballer (USM Alger).
- Willis Pyle, 101, American animator (Pinocchio, Bambi, Mr. Magoo).
- Brian Reidy, 77, New Zealand rugby league player (Auckland, national team).
- Freddie Wadling, 64, Swedish singer and songwriter.
- Muhammad Ali, 74, American boxer, Olympic gold medalist (1960), three-time WBC world heavyweight champion (1964, 1974, 1978), septic shock.
- Balu Anand, 61, Indian actor, heart attack.
- Szabolcs Baranyi, 72, Hungarian tennis player.
- Henry Childs, 65, American football player (New Orleans Saints), heart attack.
- Mac Cocker, 74, English-born Australian radio presenter (2JJ, 105.7 ABC Darwin).
- Murray Murrell, 93, Australian football player (Collingwood).
- Luis Salom, 24, Spanish motorcycle racer, race collision.
- Dave Swarbrick, 75, British folk musician and singer-songwriter (Fairport Convention), emphysema.
- Gil Bartosh, 86, American football player and coach.
- Phyllis Curtin, 94, American soprano.
- Sulabha Deshpande, 79, Indian actress.
- Nicky Jennings, 70, English footballer (Portsmouth, Exeter City).
- Erich Linemayr, 83, Austrian football referee.
- Carmen Pereira, 79, Bissau-Guinean politician, acting President (1984).
- Alan Rathbone, 57, English rugby league player (Bradford, Warrington).
- Bill Richmond, 94, American screenwriter and producer (The Carol Burnett Show, The Nutty Professor, Three’s Company).
- William Wright, 85, American author.
- Loretta Abbott, 83, American dancer and choreographer.
- Aleksei Zharkov, 68, Russian actor, liver disease.
- Rhoda Blumberg, 98, American author.
- Theresa Poh Lin Chan, 72, Singaporean writer and actress, lung cancer.
- Harry Gregory, 72, English footballer.
- Johnny Brooks, 84, English footballer (Tottenham Hotspur, Chelsea, Brentford).
- Tanju Gürsu, 77, Turkish actor and film director.
- Leonard Hill, 68, American television executive and writer, property developer.
- Stephen Keshi, 54, Nigerian football player (Anderlecht, Strasbourg) and manager (national team), heart attack.
- Elayne Rapping, 77, American writer, breast cancer.
- Sean Rooks, 46, American basketball player (Dallas Mavericks, Minnesota Timberwolves, Los Angeles Lakers).
- Bryan Wiedmeier, 56, American sports executive (Miami Dolphins, Cleveland Browns, NFL Management Council), brain cancer.
- Pierre Aubert, 89, Swiss politician, President (1983, 1987).
- Sascha Lewandowski, 44, German football manager (Bayer Leverkusen, Union Berlin).
- Marina Malfatti, 83, Italian actress (The Night Evelyn Came Out of the Grave, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times, Black Killer).
- Hamza Ali, 20, English cricketer (Hampshire), drowning.
- E. Edward Jones, 85, American minister and civil rights activist.
- James Lewis, 85, American politician, member of the Indiana Senate (1974–1978, 1986–2010) and House of Representatives (1970–1972).
- Brooks Thompson, 45, American basketball player (Orlando Magic) and coach (UTSA Roadrunners), multiple organ failure.
- Shuaibu Amodu, 58, Nigerian football coach (Nigeria national football team).
- Christina Grimmie, 22, American singer-songwriter (Find Me) and talent show participant (The Voice), shot.
- Habib, 63, Iranian singer, heart attack.
- Margaret Vinci Heldt, 98, American hairstylist, creator of the beehive hairstyle.
- John Horgan, 66, Irish hurler (Cork).
- Gordie Howe, 88, Canadian Hall of Fame ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Hartford Whalers), four-time Stanley Cup winner.
- Mimmo Palmara, 87, Italian actor (A Long Ride from Hell, Hercules and the Conquest of Atlantis, Hercules Unchained).
- Stacey Castor, 48, American convicted murderer.
- Inder Malhotra, 86, Indian journalist (The Guardian), editor (The Statesman, The Times of India) and columnist (The Indian Express).
- Andy Page, 32, Australian bodybuilder.
- Trudi Roth, 86, Swiss actress.
- Abdullah Ahmad, 79, Malaysian newspaper editor (New Straits Times), journalist and politician, cancer.
- Michelle Cliff, 69, Jamaican-born American writer, liver failure.
- Gordon Connell, 93, American actor.
- Earl Faison, 77, American football player (San Diego Chargers).
- Curley Johnson, 80, American football player (New York Jets), Super Bowl winner (1969).
- Achyut Lahkar, 85, Indian actor and playwright.
- Tom Leppard, 80, British tattooed man.
- Omar Mateen, 29, American mass murderer (2016 Orlando nightclub shooting), shot.
- Fabrizio Pirovano, 56, Italian motorcycle road racer.
- Adrian Posse, 67, Argentine composer, producer, and industry executive.
- George Voinovich, 79, American politician, Senator from Ohio (1999–2011), Governor of Ohio (1991–1998), Mayor of Cleveland (1980–1989).
- Janet Waldo, 96, American actress and voice artist (The Jetsons, The Flintstones, Wacky Races).
- Chris Warren, 49, American musician (WWF).
- Anahid Ajemian, 92, American violinist.
- Uriah Asante, 24, Ghanaian footballer (Hearts of Oak), heart attack.
- Fred Caruso, 41, American writer and director (The Big Gay Musical), suicide.
- Randy Jones, 72, British-born American jazz musician (Chet Baker, Dave Brubeck, Maynard Ferguson).
- Lidia Biondi (it), 75, Italian actress (Eat Pray Love, Casanova, Rome).
- Anatol Dumitraș, 60, Moldovan singer, cancer.
- Melvin Dwork, 94, American interior designer and gay rights activist.
- Ronnie Claire Edwards, 83, American actress (The Waltons, The Dead Pool, Designing Women).
- Samantha Edwards, 37, American beauty pageant contestant, Miss North Dakota USA (2003).
- Anatoli Grishin, 76, Russian sprint canoeist, Olympic champion (1964).
- Ann Morgan Guilbert, 87, American actress (The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Nanny, Grumpier Old Men), cancer.
- OJB Jezreel, 49, Nigerian singer and record producer.
- Samuel Mumbengegwi, 73, Zimbabwean politician.
- Ken Orr, 77, American software engineer.
- Irma Roy, 84, Argentine actress and politician, national deputy (1995–2005).
- Yumi Shirakawa, 79, Japanese actress (Rodan, The Mysterians, The H-Man).
- Nicholas Clinch, 85, American mountain climber, cancer.
- Claude Confortès, 88, French actor (War of the Buttons).
- Lois Duncan, 82, American writer (I Know What You Did Last Summer, Hotel for Dogs, Who Killed My Daughter?).
- Richard O. Linke, 98, American talent manager and producer (Andy Griffith).
- Peter Pastorelli, 76, American production and location manager (American Psycho, Midnight Run, Presumed Innocent).
- Bill Berkson, 76, American poet and art critic, heart attack.
- Peter Corrigan, 80, Welsh sports journalist (The Daily Mail, The Sun), esophageal cancer.
- Manimala Devi, 84, Indian actress (Kaa).
- Wayne Dowd, 74, American politician, member of the Arkansas Senate (1978–2000), cancer.
- Jimmy England, 67, American basketball player (University of Tennessee), multiple myeloma.
- Luděk Macela, 65, Czech footballer, Olympic gold medalist (1980).
- Irving Moskowitz, 88, American businessman and philanthropist.
- Anil Saxena, 65, Indian actor.
- Jerome Teasley, 67, American drummer.
- Charles Thompson, 98, American pianist.
- Rubén Aguirre, 82, Mexican actor (El Chavo del Ocho, El Chapulín Colorado, Chespirito), pneumonia.
- Attrell Cordes, 46, American rhythm and blues singer (P.M. Dawn), renal disease.
- Peter Feuchtwanger, 85, German-born British pianist, composer and piano teacher.
- Bud Gregory, 90, Canadian politician.
- Mary Ann King, 82, American television host (Romper Room).
- Sam Beaver King, 90, Jamaican-born British political activist, Mayor of Southwark (1983), co-founder of the Notting Hill Carnival.
- Reidar Kvaal, 100, Norwegian WWII military officer.
- Ron Lester, 45, American actor (Varsity Blues, Popular, Good Burger), liver and kidney failure.
- Dennis Opatrny, 77, American journalist (San Francisco Examiner), cancer.
- Loretto Petrucci, 86, Italian racing cyclist.
- Tenor Fly, English rapper and ragga vocalist.
- Mircea Chiorean (ro), 83, Romanian physician and university professor, co-founder of SMURD.
- Nae Cosmescu (ro), 75, Romanian theatre and television director.
- Paul Cox, 76, Dutch-born Australian film director (My First Wife, A Woman’s Tale, Exile), liver cancer.
- Susana Duijm, 79, Venezuelan beauty queen, Miss World winner (1955).
- Alejandro Jano Fuentes, 45, American singer (La Voz… México), shot.
- Graham Gibbons, 96, Bermudian businessman and politician, Mayor of Hamilton, Bermuda (1972–1988).
- Bill Ham, 79, American band manager (ZZ Top).
- Jim Harrison, 80, American writer and artist, heart attack.
- Sverre Kjelsberg, 69, Norwegian musician (The Pussycats).
- William J. Livsey, 85, American army general.
- Vittorio Merloni, 83, Italian entrepreneur and industrialist, founder of Indesit Company.
- Lateef Titilope, Nigerian actor, stomach ulcer.
- Ho Fan, 84, Chinese photographer, film director and actor, pneumonia.
- David Johnson, 83, Australian-born American business executive (Campbell Soup Company).
- Randolph Vigne, 87, South African political activist.
- Bob Williamson, 67, British songwriter and comedian.
- Anton Yelchin, 27, Soviet-born American actor (Star Trek, Alpha Dog, Fright Night), blunt traumatic asphyxia.
- Ann Atwater, 80, American civil rights activist.
- Fiqre Crockwell, 30, Bermudian cricket player, shot.
- Eamonn Dolan, 48, Irish football player and coach, cancer.
- Benoîte Groult, 96, French journalist, writer and feminist activist.
- Goro Hasegawa (ja), 83, Japanese game inventor (Othello).
- William Craig Rice, 61, American academic.
- James Victor, 76, American actor (Zorro).
- Guda Anjaiah, 60, Indian poet, singer and lyricist.
- Robin Cooper, 76, New Zealand Māori health and education leader.
- Karl Dallas, 85, British journalist, author and campaigner, cancer.
- Dan Daniel, 82, American radio personality (WMCA, WYNY, WCBS).
- Bryan Edwards, 85, British footballer (Bolton Wanderers).
- Jack Fuller, 69, American journalist and publisher (Tribune Publishing), cancer.
- Wayne Jackson, 74, American musician (The Mar-Keys, The Memphis Horns), heart failure.
- Pierre Lalonde, 75, Canadian singer and television host.
- Yamura López, 22, Nicaraguan beauty queen, Miss World Nicaragua, astrocytoma.
- Kenworth Moffett, 81, American art curator (Boston Museum of Fine Arts), museum director (Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale) and writer.
- Freddy Powers, 84, American musician, Parkinson’s disease.
- Ellen Soeteber, 66, American newspaper editor (St. Louis Post-Dispatch), infection.
- John William Ashe, 61, Antiguan diplomat, President of the United Nations General Assembly (2013–2014), heart attack.
- Vasily Bochkaryov, 67, Russian politician.
- Jim Boyd, 60, American singer-songwriter.
- Leo Brennan, 90, Irish musician, founder of Leo’s Tavern.
- Marc Allan Feldman, 56, American politician.
- Steve French, 56, American gospel singer (Kingdom Heirs).
- Mike Hart, 72, British singer-songwriter.
- David J. Hickson, 85, British organisational theorist.
- Andrzej Kondratiuk, 79, Polish film director (Hydrozagadka), screenwriter, actor and cinematographer.
- Yaşar Nuri Öztürk, 71, Turkish theologian and politician.
- Hassan Rabeh, 25, Palestinian dancer, suicide by jumping.
- Michael Herr, 76, American author (Dispatches) and screenwriter (Full Metal Jacket, Apocalypse Now).
- Shirley Fenton Huie, 91, Australian author.
- Jin Yaqin, 91, Chinese actress (You and Me), cancer.
- Shelley Moore, 84, British-born American jazz singer.
- Peter Morley, 91, German-born British filmmaker.
- Stuart Nisbet, 82, American actor (Casino, In the Heat of the Night, Bewitched).
- Ralph Stanley, 89, American bluegrass musician (The Stanley Brothers), Grammy winner (2002), skin cancer.
- Charles Chaynes, 90, French composer.
- Tony Feher, 60, American sculptor, liver cancer.
- James Lee, 36, American football player (Green Bay Packers), complications from diabetes.
- Oscar Obert, 85, American handball player.
- Bernie Worrell, 72, American musician (Parliament-Funkadelic), lung cancer.
- Raymond Bateman, 88, American politician, New Jersey state senator (1968–1978).
- Nicole Courcel, 84, French actress (Rendezvous in July, Sundays and Cybele).
- Bill Cunningham, 87, American fashion photographer (The New York Times).
- Maurice G. Dantec, 57, French science fiction writer and musician.
- Manfred Deix (de), 67, Austrian caricaturist, cartoonist, and graphic designer.
- Silvia Fenz (de), 75, Austrian actress.
- Giuseppe Ferrara, 83, Italian film director (The Moro Affair, One Hundred Days in Palermo, Giovanni Falcone).
- Jim Hickman, 79, American baseball player (New York Mets, Chicago Cubs).
- Peter Hutton, 71, American film director, cancer.
- Ben Patterson, 82, American artist and musician.
- Elliot Wolff, 61, American songwriter and music producer.
- Austin Clarke, 81, Canadian novelist (The Polished Hoe).
- Kristiina Elstelä, 73, Finnish actress.
- Barbara Goldsmith, 85, American author, heart failure.
- Samuel L. Green Jr., 89, American pastor and bishop (Church of God in Christ).
- Donna Kelley, 66, American news anchor and journalist (KARN).
- Kim Sung-min, 43, South Korean actor (Miss Mermaid), suicide by hanging.
- Kavalam Narayana Panicker, 88, Indian dramatist, theatre director and poet.
- Mike Pedicin, 98, American jazz bandleader.
- John J. Santucci, 85, American lawyer and politician, New York state senator (1968–1976).
- William C. Waterhouse, 74, American mathematician.
- Rostislav Yankovsky, 86, Belarusian film and stage actor, People’s Artist of the USSR (1978).
- Pelle Gudmundsen-Holmgreen, 83, Danish composer, cancer.
- Harry Halbreich, 85, Belgian musicologist.
- David Heath, 85, American photographer.
- Simon Ramo, 103, American engineer, businessman and author.
- Mack Rice, 82, American songwriter (“Mustang Sally”, “Respect Yourself”) and singer, complications of Alzheimer’s disease.
- Bud Spencer, 86, Italian actor (They Call Me Trinity, Watch Out, We’re Mad!, Who Finds a Friend Finds a Treasure) and swimmer.
- Amar Suloev, 40, Armenian mixed martial artist, stomach cancer.
- Silvia Tennenbaum (de), 88, American author.
- Alvin Toffler, 87, American writer and futurist (Future Shock, The Third Wave).
- Hassan Younes, 73, Syrian actor.
- Leland Bardwell, 94, Irish poet, novelist and playwright.
- Xerxes Desai, 79, Indian executive (Titan).
- Theo Dilissen, 62, Belgian basketball player and businessman.
- Allan Greenshields, 90, Australian football player (Carlton, St Kilda).
- André Guelfi, 97, French racing driver (Formula One).
- Darell Koons, 91, American painter.
- Scotty Moore, 84, American guitarist (Elvis Presley).
- Fabiane Niclotti, 31, Brazilian model, Miss Universo Brasil 2004.
- Zurlon Tipton, 26, American football player (Indianapolis Colts), shot.
- Elechi Amadi, 82, Nigerian writer.
- Margaret Bakkes, 84, South African author.
- Irving Gottesman, 85, American psychologist.
- Carl Haas, 86, American car racing team owner.
- Jan Hettema, 82, South African cyclist and rally driver, shot.
- Rolando Howell, 34, American basketball player (University of South Carolina, Pallacanestro Varese, Unicaja).
- Ojo Maduekwe, 71, Nigerian politician, Minister of Foreign Affairs (2007–2010).
- Christine Picavet, 65, French-born American artist, cancer.
- Veena Sahasrabuddhe, 67, Indian singer and composer.
- Vasyl Slipak, 41, Ukrainian opera singer, shot.
- K. G. Subramanyan, 92, Indian artist.
- Rob Wasserman, 64, American musician (David Grisman Quintet, RatDog, Lou Reed), cancer.
- Xu Jiatun, 100, Chinese politician and dissident, Governor of Jiangsu (1977–1979).
- Franz Cibulka, 69, Austrian composer.
- Don Friedman, 81, American jazz pianist.
- Gian Corrado Gross, 74, Italian swimmer.
- Juan Habichuela, 83, Spanish flamenco guitarist.
- Sir Geoffrey Hill, 84, British poet.
- Gordon Murray, 95, British puppeteer and television producer (Trumpton, Camberwick Green, Chigley).
- Joe Scott, 90, American football player (New York Giants).
The Deaths in June 2016 written by Jhayke Adesanya,