Famous people who died due to coronavirus

Among those who were taken by the coronavirus were famous musicians, athletes, scientists, actors, and artists. Below we will tell you more about some of them.

American actor Mark Blum has died. He was 69 years old. He has appeared in many films, including Crocodile Dundee, as well as the TV series The Sopranos, CSI: Miami, and others.
Not spared COVID-19 and 89-year-old Italian actress Lucia Bose, who, by the way, in 1947 tried on the crown of Miss Italy.

This event in the life of a beautiful Italian woman in many ways influenced her future: the girl considered the talent of the actress such Directors as Federico Fellini, Pedro Almodovar, Giuseppe De Santis, and others.

The coronavirus has also dealt a fatal blow to world football. Former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz has died from the effects of the disease at the age of 76. It was under him that the legendary club won the Champions League for the first time in 32 years.

A deadly infection took away from us the famous Italian shoe designer Sergio Rossi, who created the world-famous brand, Sergio Rossi. Experts say that it was his work that made the planet admire Italian shoes, which began to be perceived as a sign of quality. Rossi was 84 years old.

He was only 52 years old. Because of the coronavirus, Adam Schlesinger – an outstanding American composer and musician who was nominated for an Oscar and won Emmy and Grammy awards-died prematurely.

Famous actor Andrew Jack (Great Britain) has died at the age of 76. He was actively involved in the creation of such cult films as Indiana Jones, the Lord of the Rings, and Batman: The beginning, Sherlock Holmes and others. In the movie Star Wars, he played the rebel (captain, and then General) Emmet.

Legendary country and folk artist John Prine has died. He twice became the winner of the award “Grammy.”

His songs were performed by many famous singers, and the first album of the musician “John Prine” was included in the list of “500 greatest albums of all time” by Rolling Stone magazine. Five years ago, John Prine was inducted into the Grammy Hall of fame.

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