Died on this Day
Anniversary Date: 13-Apr
Died on This Day (13-Apr)
Paul Greengard was an American neuroscientist best known for his work on the molecular and cellular function of neurons.
Daniel Milton Rooney was an American executive and diplomat best known for his association with the Pittsburgh Steelers, an American football team in the National Football League , and son of the Steelers' founder, Art Rooney.
American football team chairman
Günter Wilhelm Grass was a German novelist, poet, playwright, illustrator, graphic artist, sculptor, and recipient of the 1999 Nobel Prize in Literature.
German novelist and poet
Frank Stout was an American figurative artist associated with post-abstract expressionist realism.
American figurative artist
Johnnie Clyde Johnson was an American pianist who played jazz, blues and rock and roll.
Allen Eager was an American jazz tenor and alto saxophonist who also competed in auto racing and took part in LSD experiments.
Stanley George "Frenchy" Bordagaray was an American professional baseball player.
American baseball player
Sundaram Balachander, most commonly credited as S. Balachander was an Indian veena player and filmmaker.
Gerald Colin McKellar was an Australian politician.
Heinrich von Heß
Heinrich Hermann Josef Freiherr von Heß , was an Austrian soldier and field marshal, who entered the army in 1805 and was soon employed as a staff officer on survey work.
Austrian Field Marshal
Jan Tomáš Forman , known as Miloš Forman , is a Czech film director, screenwriter, actor, and professor, who until 1968 lived and worked primarily in Czechoslovakia.
Czech American film director
Gareth Daniel Thomas was a Welsh actor. He rose to national prominence playing the role of Roj Blake in the 1970s BBC science-fiction television drama series Blake's 7.
Lin Yang-kang was a Taiwanese politician. He was born at Sun Moon Lake during the Japanese rule of Taiwan.
André Bedoglouyan was a Lebanese-Armenian prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
Clarence C. Walton
Clarence Cyril Walton was the 10th president of The Catholic University of America and the first layman to hold the position.
President of the Catholic University of America
Josef Diefenthal was a mid-ranking commander in the Waffen-SS of Nazi Germany and a war criminal during World War II.
Harold Arthur "Hal" Peck was an American professional baseball right fielder.
American baseball player
Samuel Lawrence "Larry" Klausman Parks was an American stage and movie actor.
American stage and movie actor
Ernst Alfred Cassirer was a German philosopher. Trained within the Neo-Kantian Marburg School, he initially followed his mentor Hermann Cohen in attempting to supply an idealistic philosophy of science.
Daniele Matteo Alvise Barbaro was an Italian architect, writer on architecture, and translator of, and commentator on, Vitruvius.