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Famous people who died at age 33 are:

  • Alexander the great, conquerer, Greek born, died 323 BC Iraq
  • John Belushi, American, actor and comedian, overdose of cocaine and heroin, 1982
  • Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, American, wife of JFK Jr., plane crash, 1999
  • Big Moe, American, rapper, heart attack, 2007
  • Big Mello, American, rapper, car accident, 2002
  • Andrés Bonifacio, Filipino, revolutionary leader, execution, 1897
  • Leigh Bowery, Australian, conceptual artist, AIDS, 1994
  • Eva Braun, German, Adolf Hitler's lover, suicide, 1945
  • Eva Cassidy, American, singer, cancer, 1996
  • Catherine of Siena, Italian, Catholic saint, not known, 1380
  • Marcel Cerdan, French, boxer, plane crash, 1949
  • Charlotte Coleman, British, actress, asthma attack, 2001
  • William Kingdon Clifford, British, mathematician (inventor of Clifford Algebra) and philosopher, tuberculosis, 1879
  • Sam Cooke, American, soul musician, homicide, 1964
  • Roger Cotes, English, mathematician, fever, 1716
  • Laurie Cunningham, English, footballer, car accident, 1989
  • Steve Currie, British, bassist (T. Rex), car crash, 1981
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar, American, poet, tuberculosis, 1906
  • Chris Farley, American, comic actor, accidental cocaine and heroin overdose, 1997
  • Karl Wilhelm Feuerbach, German, mathematician, unknown, 1834
  • Althea Flynt, American, pornographer's wife, drowned due to heroin overdose, 1987
  • Blind Boy Fuller, American, blues singer and guitarist, bladder infection, 1941
  • Sanjay Gandhi, Indian, politician, member of Nehru-Gandhi family, aircraft crash, 1980
  • Gary Holton, English, Musician, actor, depression induced heroin and alcohol overdose, 1985
  • Jesus Christ, Judean, founder of Christianity, crucifixion, ca. AD 33
  • Kay Kendall, English, actress, myeloid leukaemia, 1959
  • Valery Kharlamov, Russian, ice hockey player, car accident, 1981
  • Darryl Kile, American, Major League Baseball pitcher, coronary heart disease, 2002
  • Al Killian, American, jazz trumpeter, murdered by landlord, 1950
  • Mary Faustina Kowalska, Polish, nun and mystic, possibly tuberculosis, 1938
  • Carole Lombard, American, actress, wife of Clark Gable, aircraft crash, 1942
  • Hideto Matsumoto, Japanese, musician, hanged, possibly accidental, 1998
  • Frank Melrose, American, jazz and blues pianist, probably fight, made to look like car accident, 1941
  • Unity Mitford, British, fascist, meningitis, 1948
  • Eva Perón, Argentinian, actress, wife of President Juan Perón, cancer, 1952
  • Harry Nelson Pillsbury, American, chess player, syphilis, 1906
  • Pimp C, American, rapper, Accidental codeine overdose in conjunction with sleep apnea, 2007
  • Moana Pozzi, Italian, porn actress, liver cancer, 1994
  • Roland Ratzenberger, Austrian, Formula 1 racing driver, crash during race qualifying, 1994
  • Keith Relf, British, singer / harmonica player (The Yardbirds), accidentally electric shock while playing his electric guitar, 1976
  • Richard II of England, English, king, who was deposed and imprisoned by his cousin, Henry IV, probably homicide or starvation, 1400
  • David Rocastle, English, footballer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, 2001
  • Alma Rubens, American, actress, pneumonia, 1931
  • Lev Schnirelmann, Soviet, mathematician, suicide, 1938
  • Dutch Schultz, American, gangster, gunshot, 1935
  • Bon Scott, Australian, hard-rock singer (AC/DC), Acute alcoholic poisoning. Death by misadventure., 1980
  • Derrick Thomas, American, American football linebacker (Kansas City Chiefs), car accident, 2000
  • Wolfgang von Trips, German, Formula One driver, car crash, 1961
  • Theo Van Gogh, Dutch, art dealer, syphilis, 1891
  • Ray Vitte, American, actor, shot by police while resisting arrest, 1983
  • John Wilmot, English, Restoration poet, syphilis and alcoholism, 1680
  • Robin Hyde, New Zealand, novelist, poet, journalist, benzedrine suicide, 1939
  • Bruce Lee, Chinese-American, Hong Kong Film actor, martial artist, Cerebral edima, 1973
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