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viernes, noviembre 03, 2006
De lista halladas en la red, sigo con la de muertos famosos de AIDS
List of people killed in duels List of deaths by aircraft misadventure List of deaths through alcohol List of deaths from anorexia nervosa List of assassinated persons List of choking deaths List of drowning victims List of drug-related deaths List of deaths by accidental drug overdose List of people who were executed List of horse accidents (deaths and serious injuries) List of deaths by motorcycle accidents List of murdered people List of poisonings List of porn stars who died of or have AIDS List of prison deaths List of professional cyclists who died during a race List of skiing deaths List of space disasters List of people who died of starvation List of suicides List of tuberculosis victims List of volcanic eruption deaths List of unusual deaths Athletes Arthur Ashe, tennis player and social activist; infected via transfusion during heart surgery Esteban De Jesus world champion boxer Magic Johnson, probably most famous for his public announcement in 1991 that he had been infected with the virus HIV and would retire from basketball Greg Louganis, diver; knew he was HIV-positive since 1988, announced it in 1995 Tommy Morrison world champion boxer, tests in 1996 revealed he was HIV-positive, automatically retiring him from boxing as a competitor; underwent a technique known as "sperm washing", designed to allow HIV-positive people to have HIV-negative children Rubén Palacios world champion boxer Entertainers Peter Allen, (1944-1992), screen and stage entertainer Néstor Almendros (1930-1992), cinematographer Emile Ardolino (1943-1993), filmmaker (Sister Act, Dirty Dancing) Howard Ashman (1950-1991), film songwriter Rick Aviles (1952-1995), American actor Michael Bennett, (1943-1987), choreographer John Bindon, (1943-1993), British Actor Amanda Blake, (1929-1989), played Kitty Russell (saloon owner, Miss Kitty)(Gunsmoke) Sandra Brea, (d. 2000), Brazilian television actress Joseph Breen, soap opera star (As the World Turns) Jim J. Bullock, television actor (Too Close for Comfort) Geoffrey Burridge, (1949-1987), British Actor Carlos Busquets, Puerto Rican astrologer Merritt Butrick, (1959-1989), actor Ian Charleson (1950-1990), British actor and star of the film (Chariots of Fire) (1981) Cyril Collard, (1957-1993), French writer/actor/director of Les Nuits fauves (Savage Nights) Robbin Crosby, (1960-2002), guitarist for rock band Ratt; HIV-infected by a tainted needle while addicted to heroin; died of AIDS-related causes Brad Davis, (1949-1991), American actor (Midnight Express) Bobby Debarge, (1945-1995), American singer Patrick Esposito Di Napoli (d. 1994), Canadian musician (Les Colocs) Kiki Djan (1957-2004), Ghanian singer Eazy-E, (1963-1995), rapper, member of NWA Denholm Elliott, (1922-1992), distinguished British actor Waylon Flowers, entertainer, puppeteer (Waylon Flowers and Madame, Madame's Place) Richard Frank, (1953-1995), American actor (Anything But Love) Leonard Frey, (1938-1988), Acted in Fiddler on the Roof on Broadway and in the movie Thomas Fuccello, (1936-1993), American actor Christopher Gillis, (1951-1993), dancer and choreographer, Paul Taylor Dance Company Kevin Peter Hall (1955-1991), played the title role in Predator opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger Anthony Hamilton, (1952-1995), actor also known as Tony Hamilton Dan Hartman, (1950-1994), American, singer, songwriter and record producer Ofra Haza, (1957-2000), Israeli pop singer John Hargreaves, (1945-1996), Australian actor René Highway (1954-1990), Canadian Cree actor and dancer Rock Hudson, (1925-1985), Hollywood star, first major American celebrity whose AIDS diagnosis became public knowledge Richard Hunt, (1951-1992), supplied voices for the Muppets (Beaker, Scooter, Statler) Paul Jabara, (1948-1992, American Actor (Hair) and songwriter of Donna Summer's Last Dance Derek Jarman, (1942-1994), film director, made the film Blue while blind (as a result of AIDS related causes) Holly Johnson , lead singer of Frankie Goes to Hollywood Michael Jeter (1952-2003) Larry Kert, (1930-1991), Broadway performer (West Side Story) Krzysztof Kieslowski (1941-1996), passed away due to an open-heart surgery and complications with AIDS Fela Kuti (1938-1997), Nigerian musician and political activist, died from AIDS-related heart failure Liberace, (1919-1987), pianist Lar Lubovitch, (1943-)), choreographer, Lar Lubovitch Dance Company Freddie Mercury (1946-1991), singer and musician; died from bronchial pneumonia (his death from AIDS-related causes led to The Mercury Phoenix Trust anti-AIDS charity and the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert for AIDS Awareness) Andy Milligan, (1929-1991), director of exploitation movies Jacques Morali, (1947-1991), disco composer and co-creator of the Village People Klaus Nomi, (1944-1983), singer, died of AIDS-related illness in 1983, one of the first celebrities to die of this disease Rudolf Nureyev (1938-1993) Chuck Panozzo, rock guitarist (Styx) Anthony Perkins (1932-1992), pneumonia, brought on by AIDS Norman 'Dack' Rambo, (1941-1994), American actor Gene Anthony Ray (1962-2003), complications of a stroke Robert Reed, (1932-1992) actor on The Brady Bunch Tony Richardson, (1928-1991), British actor Arthur Russell, (1951-1992), musician Franklyn Seales, (1952-1990), American actor (Silver Spoons) Tommy Sexton (1955-1993), Canadian television comedian Ray Sharkey, (1952-1993), American actor Hugo Soto (1954-1994), Argentine actor Jermaine Stewart, (1957-1997), American singer, liver cancer caused by AIDS. Michael Sundin, (1961-1989), British children's television presenter and actor, died from AIDS-related complications Sylvester, (1944-1988), disco artist and drag performer Ron Vawter (1949-1994), actor; died from a heart attack Politicians Brian Huskins, Canadian political candidate Peter McWilliams, author and libertarian activist Pornographic films performers Keith Anthoni (1952-1991) Keith Ardent Miss Arroyo Ben Barker (1951-1995) Scott Bond Brad Braverman Tony Bravo (1958-1990) Jeremy Brent Arthur Bressan, Jr. (1943-1987) Chris Burns (1958-1995) Buster (1956-1991) Dave Connors Jake Corbin (1963-1992) Luc Coulton (1959-1993) Pierce Daniels (1958-1995) Mike Davis (d. 1986) Johnny Dawes (1955-1989) Jessica Dee (b. 1978) Morelle DeKeigh Lisa De Leeuw (1958-1993) Ken Diamond Melchor Diaz Glenn Dime (d. 1992) Ed Dinakos (1954-1994) Casey Donovan (1943-1987) Nick Elliot (1942-1990) Lon Flexx (1965-1995) Mason Flynt Brett Ford Roy Garret (1955-1992) Ryder Hansen (1957-1989) Mike Henson (1963-2002), accidential heroin overdose Bill Harrison (1947-1991) Chuck Holmes (1945-2000) John Holmes (1944-1988) Kurt Houston (1964-1997) Darren James Thom Katt Steve Kennedy Jon King (1963-1995) J.W. King (1955-1986) Jesse Koehler (1957-1988) Tim Kramer (1958-1992) Steve Kreig Chris Ladd (1960-1990) Lance (1962-1991) Lei Lani Jeff Lawrence (1950-1994) Richard Locke (1941-1996) Clint Lockner (1943-1993) Steve Loignon Lucky Luc (1951-1992) Luke (1959-1989) Craig Markle (d. 1993) Val Martin Lisa Meléndez (d. 1999) Jim Moore (1961-1988) Wade Nichols (d. 1985) Scott O'Hara (1961-1998) Sparky O'Toole (1967-1999) Al Parker (1952-1992) Paul Pellettieri Jaap Penrat Brad Peters (1958-1994) Christopher Rage (1948-1991) Tyler Regan Lee Richards (1951-1985) Nick Rogers Lara Roxx Zeff Ryan (d. 1992) Lee Ryder (1959-1991) Bob Shane (1961-1987) Joe Simmons (1959-1995) Jason Steele (1950-1995) Glenn Steers (1958-1994) Joey Stefano (Nick Iacona) (1968-1994), ketamine overdose Marc Stevens (d. 1989) Eric Stone (1959-1996) Eric Stryker (1954-1988) Steve Taylor (1954-1994) Steve Taylor (1940-1986) Chet Thomas (1959-1997) Jim Ed Thompson (1946-1988) Kip Tyler (d. 1995) Marco Vassi Frank Vickers (1948-1991) Darryl Weld (1965-1991) Ryan Wagner Chris Williams (1967-1991) Joey Yale (1949-1986) Writers and artists Isaac Asimov, (1920-1992), science fiction writer; infected by transfused blood during heart surgery Ron Athey, performance artist Michel Foucault, (1926-1984), philosopher Keith Haring, (1958-1990), artist Gibson Kente, (1932-2004), playwright Larry Kramer, novelist and playwright Michael McDowell (1950-1999), screenwriter and novelist James Merrill, (1926-1995), poet Dennis Schuetz (d. 1989), novelist Andrew Sullivan, conservative journalist Others Reynaldo Arenas (1943-1990) Rebekka Armstrong, HIV educator and former Playboy Playmate Dave Brindle, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation journalist David Brudnoy, (1940-2004), Boston radio talk show host, merkel-cell carcinoma unrelated to AIDS Gia, (1960-1986), model, died of complications resulting from AIDS in 1986, at the age of 26 Tina Chow, (1951-1992), restauranteur and model Roy Cohn, (1927-1986), lawyer Joey DiPaolo, who contracted AIDS by a blood transfusion at the age of four, activist. Gaëtan Dugas, famous as the subject of an early epidemiological study into HIV/AIDS Eve van Grafhorst Halston, (1932-1990), American fashion designer Sighsten Herrgård, Swedish fashion designer Nkosi Johnson, AIDS advocate Lance Loud, (1951-2001), part of the reality TV show, PBS' An American Family Suzi Lovegrove Troy Lovegrove Robert Mapplethorpe, (1946-1989), photographer Stephanie Ray, AIDS advocate Tim Richmond, (1955-1989), NASCAR driver Mitch Rosario, (1972-2003), hairdresser to celebrities such as Ricky Martin and Paulina Rubio Max Robinson, (1939-1988), American Broadcasting Corporation journalist Steve Rubell, owner of Studio 54 disco in the 1970s Ryan White, (1971-1990), heterosexual hemophiliac teenager who died at a time when it was considered a gay disease Pedro Zamora, (1972-1994), AIDS activist, was on The Real World