Celebrity Deaths – S

by Michael RichComment — Updated August 3, 2023
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Anwar Sadat
Anwar Sadat
Barbara Stanwyck
Barbara Stanwyck
Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra
Terri Schiavo
Terri Schiavo
Hank Stram
Hank Stram
Aaron Spelling
Aaron Spelling
Anna Nicole Smith
Anna Nicole Smith
Wally Schirra
Wally Schirra
Beverly Sills
Beverly Sills
Tom Snyder
Tom Snyder
Roy Schneider
Roy Schneider
Merl Saunders
Merl Saunders
Ron Silver
Ron Silver
Eunice Kennedy Shriver
Eunice Kennedy Shriver
Patrick Swayze
Patrick Swayze
Soupy Sales
Soupy Sales
Jean Simmons
Jean Simmons
George Steinbrenner
George Steinbrenner 2010
Sargent Shriver
Sargent Shriver 2011
Elisabeth Sladen
Elisabeth Sladen 2011
Michael Sarrazin
Michael Sarrazin 2011
leonard Stone
Leonard Stone 2011
Donna Summer
Donna Summer 2012
Jean Stapleton
Jean Stapleton 2013
Elaine Stritch
Elaine Stritch 2014
Stuart Scott
Stuart Scott 2015
Bob Simon
Bob Simon 2015
Omar Sharif
Omar Sharif 2015
Joe Santos
Joe Santos 2016
Garry Shandling
Garry Shandling
William Schallert passed away
William Schallert
Morley Safer 60 Minutes
Morley Safer
Theresa Saldana died 2016
Theresa Saldana
Ben Stiller celebrity death 2020
Jerry Stiller

Robin Sachs b. 1951 d. 2013
Actor – Ethan Rayne on “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”

Anwar Sadat b. 1918 d. 1981 (assassinated)
Egyptian President

Barry Sadler b. 1940 d. 1987
US Army Sgt./composer/singer – Ballad of the Green Berets

Morley Safer b. 1931 d. 2016 (in his sleep)
Journalist – CBS News for 52 years (1964-2016), 60 Minutes for 46 years (1970-2016), won 12 Emmy Awards

Carl Sagan b. November 9, 1934. d. December 20, 1996 (bone marrow cancer)
Astronomer/writer – The Cosmos

Craig Sager b. 1951 d. 2016 (acute myeloid leukemia)
Sports Reporter – best known for covering the NBA and for his loud suits

Andrei Sakharov b. 1921 d. 1989 (heart attack)
Nobel Prize wining Russian physicist

Theresa Saldana b. 1954 d. 2016 (pneumonia)
Actress – Rachel Scali on “The Commish” (1991-’96)

Soupy Sales b.1926 d. 2009
Comedian, panelist on What’s My Line? and childrens show Lunch with Soupy

JD Salinger b. 1919 d. 2010 (natural causes)
Author, wrote “Catcher In The Rye” he shunned fame and became a recluse

Pierre Salinger b.1925 d. October 16, 2004 (heart failure)
Press Secretary to Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson

Jonas Salk – b. 1914 d. 1995
Physician/microbiologist – Developed the polio vaccine

Albert Salmi d. 1990 b. 1928 (murdered his wife and then shot himself)
Actor – many Western parts

Carl Sandburg b. 1878. d. 1967 (heart attack)

Harland ‘Colonel’ Sanders b. 1890. d. 1980 (leukemia)
Kentucky Fried Chicken founder – Finger lickin’ good!

Billy Sands b. 1911 d. 1984 (lung cancer)
Actor – Machinist Mate Harrison ‘Tinker’ Bell on McHale’s Navy

Isabel Sanford b. 1917 d. July 9, 2004 (natural causes)
Actress – Louise Jefferson on “The Jeffersons

Joe Santos b. 1931 d. 2016 (heart attack)
Actor – Lieutenant Dennis Becker on The Rockford Files (1974-1980)

Dick Sargent b. 1933. d. 1994 (cancer)
Actor – He replaced Dick York as Darren on Bewitched

David Sarnoff b. 1891 d. 1971
First to recieve the wireless message from the Titanic. Founded NBC. Was Brig. General in Army in WWII.

Michael Sarrazin b. 1940 d. 2011 (cancer)
Canadian Actor – “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?”

Merl Saunders b. 1934 d. 2008 (complications from stroke)
Musician – keyboardist with The Grateful Dead

Randy “MachoMan” Savage b. 1958 d. 2011 (heart attack)
Entertainer / Wrestler – WCW and WWF Champ many times over

Telly Savalas b. 1924 d. 1994 (prostate cancer)
Actor – Kojack

Antonin Scalia b. 1936 d. 2016
Supreme Court Justice 1986-2016(death), appointed by Ronald Reagan

Rebecca Schaeffer b. 1967 d. 1989 (Murdered by stalker, Robert John Bardo, who was sentenced to life in prison. )
Actress – Patti Russell on My Sister Sam

William Schallert b. 1922 d. 2016
Actor – Martin Lane (Patty’s Father) on The Patty Duke Show

Roy Scheider b. 1932 d. February 10, 2008 (multiple myeloma, a cancer of the plasma cell)
Actor – Police Chief Brodie in Jaws

Maximilian Schell b.1930 d. Feb. 1, 2014 (pneumonia)
Actor – “Judgment at Nuremberg,”

DrBo Schembechler b. 1929 d. November 17, 2006 (heart failure)
Legendary football coach at University of Michigan

Chris Schenkel b. 1923 d. September 11, 2005 (emphysema)

Vincent Schiavelli b. 1948 d. December 26, 2005 (lung cancer)
Actor -Subway ghost in “Ghost”

Terri Schiavo b.12/3/1963 d. March 31, 2005
Brain damaged woman whose care and death sparked controversy

Oskar Schindler b. 1908 d. 1974
Saved 1200 Jews during WWII – subject of Spielberg movie

Wally Schirra b. 1923 d. May 3, 2007
Original Mercury 7 astronaut who also flew in the Gemini and Apollo programs

Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. b. 1917 d. February 28, 2007 (heart attack)
Historian and Kennedy family confidant

Maria Schneider b.1952 d. 2011 (cancer)
Actress – Jeanne in Last Tango in Paris

William Scholl b. 1921 d. March 15, 2002
Famed for foot comfort!

Marge Schott b. d. March 2, 2004 (lung related problems)
Deposed owner of the Cincinnati Reds

Charles Schulz b. 1922. d. February 12, 2000 (colon cancer)
Creator of Peanuts – His last strip ran Sunday, February 13, 2000

Jack Schwab b. 1904. d. 1980
Owner of Schwab’s Drug Store on Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood

General Norman Schwarzkopf b. 1934 d. 2012 (complications of pneumonia)
Soldier – commanded coalition forces in the first Persian Gulf War, “Desert Storm”

Albert Schweitzer b. 1875. d. 1965
German philosopher, physician and humanitarian

Francis R. “Dick” Scobee b. 1939 d. 1986
A Challenger astronaut

Paul Scofield b. 1922 d. March 19, 2008 (leukemia)
Actor – A Man for All Seasons

George C. Scott b. 1927 d. 1999 (ruptured abdominal aortic aneurism)
Actor – Patton

Gordon Scott (Werschkul) b. 1926 d. 2007 (complications from multiple heart surgeries)
Actor – the eleventh Tarzan in the series (1955-1960)

Randolph Scott b. 1898. d. 1987
Western Actor

Stuart Scott b. 1965 d. 2015 (cancer)
Sportscaster – anchor on ESPN’s Sports Center

Tony Scott b. 1944 d. 2012 (suicide)
Movie & TV Director – “Top Gun”, “Days of Thunder”, “A-Team

William Scranton b. 1917 d. 2013 (cerebral hemorrhage)
Politician – Governor of Pennsylvania (1963 to 1967)and Ambassador to the U.N. (1976)

Angus Scrimm b. 1926 d. 2016
Actor – the Tall Man in “Phantasm” (1979) and four sequels

Earl Scruggs b. 1924 d. 2012 (natural causes)
Banjo Player – “The Ballad of Jed Clampett” (theme to Beverly Hillbillies)

Jean Seberg b. 1938 d. 1979 (barbiturate overdose)
Actress – Lillith, Saint Joan

Pete Seeger b. 1919 d. 2013
Singer / songwriter – folk singer, wrote “If I Had a Hammer”, “Where Have All the Flowers Gone

Peter Sellers b. 1925. d. 1980 (heart attack)
Actor – Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau in the Pink Panther

Rod Serling b. 1924. d. 1975 (complications of heart surgery)
Writer/producer – The Twilight Zone

Dr. (Theodore Geisel) Seuss b. 1904 d. 1991

Eric Sevareid b.1912 d. 1992

Johnny Seven b. 1926 d. 2010
Actor- Lt. Carl Reese on Ironside (1967-75)

Garry Shandling b. 1949 d. 2016 (heart attack)
Comedian – “Garry Shandling Show” and “The Larry Sanders” Show

Del Shannon b. 1934 d. 1990 (self-inflicted gunshot wound)
Singer – Runaway

Omar Sharif b. 1932 d. 2015 (natural)
Actor – Lawrence of Arabia (1962), Doctor Zhivago (1965) and Funny Girl (1968)

Ray Sharkey b. 1952 d. 1993 (AIDS)
Actor – Sonny Steelgrave on Wiseguy

Artie Shaw b. 1910 d. December 30, 2004
Clarinetist and Bandleader

Robert Shaw b. 1927 d. 1978 (heart attack)
Actor – Quint in Jaws

Dick Shawn b. 1929. d. 1987 (heart attack – while onstage)

George Beverly Shea, b.1909 d. 2013 (at 104 years old)
Gospel singer and hymn composer – described as “America’s beloved Gospel singer”

Johnny Sheffield, b. 1931 d. 2010 (heart attack)
Actor – Boy in Tarzan movies

Carroll Shelby b. 1922 d. 2012
Automotive designer – Shelby Cobra, Shelby Mustang

Sidney Sheldon b. 1917 d. January 30, 2007 (pneumonia)
Author, producer – The Other Side of Midnight and I Dream of Jeannie

Alan B Shepard, Jr  b. 1923 d. 1998 (leukemia)
Astronaut – First American in space, oldest man to walk on the moon (Apollo 14)

Dr. Sam Sheppard b. 1923 d. 1970
Accused of murdering his wife and spent ten years in prison

Tony Sheridan b. 1940 d. 2013 (complications from heart surgery)
Singer / songwriter – recorded several songs singing with the Beatles (1961)

Allan Sherman b. 1924 d. 1973
Musician/comic – Hello Mudduh, Hello Fadduh

Madeleine Sherwood b. 1922 d. 2016 (in her sleep)
Actress – Reverend Mother Placido in “The Flying Nun” (1967-70)

Roberta Sherwood b. 1913 d. 1999
Singer – “Lazy River”

Willie Shoemaker b. 1931 d. October 12, 2003 (died in his sleep)
Jockey – 8,883 victories are the second-most in thoroughbred racing history

Dinah Shore b. 1916 d. 1994 (cancer)
Actress, host, great lady

Bobby Short b. 1924 d. March 21, 2005
Pianist, for 35 years at the Carlyle Hotel in New York City

Eunice Kennedy Shriver b. 1921 d. August 11, 2009
Philanthropist and champion for the mentally disabled , founded the Special Olympics

Sargent Shriver b. 1915 d. 2011 (Alzheimers disease)
Diplomat and Politician – married to Eunice Kennedy

Hugh Sidey b. 1927 d. November 21, 2005 (heart attack)
Journalist – Covered White House for Time magazine

Joel Siegel b. 1943 d. June 29, 2007 (colon cancer)
Longtime movie critic for “Good Morning America”

Ruth Siems b. 1931 d. November 13, 2005 (heart attack)
Invented Stove Top Stuffing

Simone Signoret b. 1921 d. 1985 (cancer)
Actress – Room at the Top

Karen Silkwood b. 1946. d. 1974 (murdered)
Nuclear Reactor Worker

Beverly Sills b.1929 d. July 2, 2007 (cancer)
Brooklyn-born opera diva

Ron Silver b. 1948 d. March 15, 2009 (esophageal cancer)
Actor & political activist – West Wing

Jay Silverheels b. 1919. d. 1980 (stroke)
Actor – Tonto on The Lone Ranger

Phil Silvers b.1911 d. 1985
Comedian – Sgt. Bilko

Jean Simmons b. 1928 d. 2010 (lung cancer)
Actress – The Robe, Spartacus, Guys and Dolls

Richard Simmons b. 1913 d. January 11, 2003 (Alzheimers)
Actor – Sgt. Preston of the Yukon

Paul Simon b.1928 d. December 9, 2003 (complications of heart surgery)
U.S. Senator from Illinois with signature bow tie

Bob Simon b. 1941 d. 2015 (car accident)
Journalist – television correspondent for CBS News (1969–2015)

Nina Simone b.1933 d. April 21, 2003
Singer – I Loves You Porgy

Nicole Brown Simpson b. 1959 d. 1994
Murdered by ex-husband O.J. Simpson – hey, my site, my opinion

Barbara Sinatra b.1927 d.2017 (natural)
Performer/model – married Frank Sinatra (1976-1998)

Frank Sinatra b. 1915. d. 1998 (heart attack)
Singer/actor – Ol’ Blue Eyes

Frank Sinatra Jr. b. 1944 d. 2016 (heart attack)
Singer- son of Frank Sinatra and a talented singer

Isaac B. Singer b. 1904 d. 1991
Writer – Nobel Prize winner in 1978

Doris Singleton b. 1919 d. 2012
Actress – Carolyn Appleby on “I Love Lucy” (Lucy’s wealthy neighbor)

Penny Singleton b. 1908 d. 2003
Actress – comic strip heroine Blondie Bumstead (1939-1950)

Gene Siskel b. 1946 d. 1999 (complication from brain surgery)
Movie critic

Red Skelton b. 1913. d. 1997 (pneumonia)
Comedian – The Red Skelton Hour

Elisabeth Sladen b. 1946 d. 2011 (cancer)
Actress – Sarah Jane Smith on “Doctor Who”

Donald K. “Deke” Slayton b. 1924 d. 1993 (brain cancer)
One of the “Original Seven” Mercury astronauts

Joni Sledge b. 1957 d. 2017 (unknown)
Singer – with two sisters founded R&B group Sister Sledge “We Are Family”

Percy Sledge b. 1941 d. 2015 (liver cancer)
R&B Singer – “When a Man Loves a Woman”

Karl Slover b. 1918 d. 2011 (heart attack)
munchkin in 1939 production of “Wizard of Oz”

Sen. George Smathers b. 1913 d. January 20, 2007 (stroke)
Former U.S. Senator and confidant to several Presidents

Anna Nicole Smith b. 1967 d. February 8, 2007
Playmate and Reality TV star

Buffalo Bob Smith b. 1917 d. 1998
Actor – Howdy Doody Show

Bubba Smith b. 1945 d. 2011 (acute drug intoxication and heart disease)
Athlete/Actor – NFL defensive end and Hightower in “Police Academy” films

Claydes Charles Smith b. 1948 d. June 20, 2006
Musician – Co-founder and lead guitarist of Kool & the Gang

Harold “Hal” Smith b. 1916. d. 1994 (heart attack)
Actor – Otis, the town drunk on the Andy Griffith Show

Howard K. Smith b. 1914 d. February 15, 2002 (pneumonia, complication of heart disease)
Journalist – one of the “Murrow Boys” and anchor for ABC

Jewel “Sammi” Smith b. 1943 d. February 12, 2005
Country Singer – Help Me Make It Through The Night

John Smith b. 1931 d. 1995 (cirrhosis of the liver)
Actor – Slim Sherman on Laramie

Kate Smith b. 1909 d. 1986 (diabetes)
Singer – The Kate Smith Show

Lane Smith b. 1936 d. June 13, 2005 (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)
Actor – Perry White in Lois & Clark:The New Adventures of Superman

Merriman Smith b. 1913 d. 1970 (suicide by gunshot)
UPI White House Correspondent – broke the story of JFK’s assassination

Michael John Smith b. 1945. d. January 28, 1986
US Space Shuttle Challenger Pilot

Mike Smith b. 1943 d. 2008 (pneumonia)
Musician/ was lead vocalist for the Dave Clark Five

William French Smith b. 1917 d. 1990
Attorney General of the U.S., 1981-1985

Sam Snead b. 1912 d. May 23, 2002 (complications from stroke)
Golfer – Slammin’ Sammy

Carrie Snodgress b. 1946 d. April 1, 2004 (heart failure)
Actress – Diary of a Mad Housewife, Pale Rider

Hank Snow b. 1914 d. December 20, 1999
Musician – The Singing Ranger

Phoebe Snow b. 1950 d. 2011 (brain hemorrage)
Singer / Songwriter most famous for “Poetry Man” and setting aside her career to care for a sick daughter

Tony Snow b. 1955 d. 2008 (colon cancer)
Reporter/ was White House spokesman/ Press Secretary for the Bush Administration

Tom Snyder b. 1936 d. July 29, 2007 (leukemia)
TV talk host – Tomorrow and Late Late Show

Arlen Specter b. 1930 d. 2012 (non-Hodgkin lymphoma)
Moderate Pennsylvania Senator served 1980-2011

Aaron Spelling b. 1923 d. June 23, 2006 (stroke)
Producer – Mod Squad, Starsky and Hutch, Charlie’s Angels, The Love Boat, Dynasty, Beverly Hills 90210

Jimmy “The Greek” Snyder d. 1996

Jack Soo b. 1917 d. 1979 (cancer)
Actor – Det. Nick Yemana on Barney Miller

Joe South b. 1940 d. Sept. 5, 2012 (heart Failure)
Songwriter – won a Grammy for “Games People Play”

Ted Sorensen b. 1928 d. 2010 (stroke)
White House Counsel, special advisor and speech writer for President Kennedy

Ann Sothern b. 1909 d. March 15, 2001 (heart failure)
Actress – The Ann Sothern Show

John Spencer b. 1946 d. December 16, 2005 (heart attack)
Actor – Leo McGarry on the West Wing

Wendie Jo Sperber b. 1958 d. November 29, 2005 (breast cancer)
Actress – Bosom Buddies, also Back to the Future

Mickey Spillane b. 1918 d. July 17, 2006 (cancer)
Writer – Mike Hammer novels

Dr. Benjamin Spock b. 1903 d. 1998
Pediatrician/writer – Baby and Child Care

Dusty Springfield b. 1939 d. 1999 (breast cancer)
Singer – I Only Want to Be with You, Wishin’ and Hopin’

Robert Stack b. 1919 d. May 15, 2003 (heart failure)
Actor – Elliott Ness in the Untouchables

Lionel Stander b.1908 d. 1994 (lung cancer)
Actor – Max on Hart to Hart

Barbara Stanwyck b. 1907 d. 1990 (congestive heart failure)
Actress – Victoria Barkley on The Big Valley

Jean Stapleton b. 1923 d. May 31, 2013 (natural)
Actress – Edith Bunker on “All in the Family” (1971-1979)

Maureen Stapleton b. 1925 d. March 13, 2006 (chronic pulmonary disease)
Actress – Reds and Interiors

Ray Stark b. 1914 d. January 17, 2004 (heart attack)
Producer – Funny Girl, The Way We Were

Charles Starrett b. 1903 d. 1986 (cancer)
Western actor – Durango Kid

Harold E. Stassen b. 1908 d. March 4, 2001
Ran 9 times for the Republican presidential nomination between 1948 and 1992

James St. Clair b. 1921 March 10, 2001
Tricky Dick’s Watergate lawyer

Bob Steele b. 1907 d. 1988 (heart failure)
Actor – Trooper Duffy on F Troop

Don Steele b. 1936 d. 1997 (lung cancer)
DJ – L.A. “Boss Jock” of the 1960’s

Karen Steele b. 1931 d. 1988 (cancer)
Actress – Virginia in “Marty” and Eve McHuron in the Star Trek episode “Mudd’s Women” – age 56

Rod Steiger – b. 1925 d. July 9, 2002 (pneumonia and kidney failure)
Actor – On the Waterfront, In the Heat of the Night

George Steinbrenner b. 1930 d. July 13, 2010 (heart attack)
Businessman – Flamboyant owner of the NY Yankees, won 7 World Series and 11 Pennants

Max Steiner b. 1888 d. 1971
Composer – Gone With the Wind ,77 Sunset Strip, Hawaiian Eye, Sugarfoot

Casey Stengel b. 1890 d. 1975
Manager of the New York Yankees

Robert Sterling b. 1917 d. May 30, 2006
Actor – ghost George Kerby in Topper

Issac Stern b. 1920 d. September 22, 2001 (heart attack)

Leonard Stern b. 1923 d. 2011 (heart failure)
Screenwriter/ Producer/ Director – developed word game “Ad Libs”

Craig Stevens b. 1918 d. 2000 (cancer)
Actor – Peter Gunn

George Stevens b. 1904 d. 1975 (heart attack)
Actor/director – Giant, Diary of Anne Frank, Gunga Din

Inger Stevens b. 1934 d. 1970 (suicide-overdose)
Actress – Katy Holstrum on The Farmer’s Daughter

Adlai Stevenson b. 1900 d. 1965 (heart attack)
Governor of Illinois, Presidential candidate (lost to Ike)

McLean Stevenson b. 1929 d. 1996 (heart attack)
Actor – Lt. Col. Henry Blake on MASH

Jay Stewart b. 1918 d. 1989 (suicide)
Monty Hall’s assistant on Let’s Make a Deal

Jimmy Stewart b. 1908. d. 1997 (pulmonic blood clot)
Actor – It’s a Wonderful Life

John Stewart b.1939 d. 2008 (brain aneurysm)
Muscian/ sang with the Kinston Trio

Potter Stewart b. 1915 d. 1985
US Supreme Court Justice

Jerry Stiller b. 1927 d. 2020 (natural)
Ben Stiller’s Father,played Frank, George Costanza’s father on TV show “Seinfeld”

Retired Vice Adm. James Stockdale b. 1923 d. July 5, 2005 (Alzheimers)
Medal of Honor recipient and Ross Perot’s running mate for president in 1992

Leonard Stone b. 1923 d. November 02, 2011
Actor – Judge Hanson on “L.A. Law” and the father in “Willy Wonka”

Milburn Stone b. 1904 d. 1980 (heart attack)
Actor – Dr. Galen ‘Doc’ Adams on Gunsmoke

Gale Storm b. 1922 d. 2009 (aging)
Actress – TV series My Little Marjie and Gale Storm Show

Beatrice Straight b. 1914 d. April 7, 2001
Actress – Network and the Mother on Wonder Woman

Hank Stram b. 1923 d. July 4, 2005 (complications of diabetes)
Coach of the Kansas City Chiefs and Pro Football Hall of Famer

Glenn Strange b. 1899 d. 1973
Actor – Sam the bartender on Gunsmoke

Lee Strasberg b. 1901 d. 1982
Actor/teacher – Actor’s Studio famed for “method acting”

Susan Strasberg b. 1938 d. 1999 (breast cancer)
Actress – Daughter of Lee, friend of Marilyn Monroe

Marica Strassman b. 1948 d. Oct. 25, 2014 (breast cancer)
Actress – Julie Kotter in “Welcome Back, Kotter

Dorothy Stratten b. 1960 d. 1980 (murdered by husband)
Playboy Model

Richard Street b. 1942 d. 2013 (pulmonary embolism)
Singer – member of The Temptations (1971 – ’93)

David Strickland b. 1969 d. 1999 (suicide)
Actor – Todd Stites on Suddenly Susan

Elaine Stritch b. 1925 d. 2014 (natural causes)
Actress / singer – primarily a stage actrees also Jack Donaghy’s mother, Colleen, on NBC’s 30 Rock

Levi Stubbs b. 1936 d. 2008 (cancer)
he was the front man for the very popular 50’s group The Four Tops

Barry Sullivan b.1912 d. 1994 (respiratory ailment)
Actor – Deputy Sheriff Pat Garrett on The Tall Man

Ed Sullivan b. 1901 d. 1974
Entertainer – The Ed Sullivan Show

Donna Summer b. 1948 d. 2012 (lung cancer)
Singer/Songwriter – many disco hits “Last Dance”, “Bad Girls”

Pat Summerall b. 1930 d. 2013 (cardiac arrest following hip surgery)
Athlete / Broadcaster – “the voice of the NFL” did commentary for CBS & Fox

Pat Summitt b. 1952 d. 2016 (Alzheimer’s disease)
NCAA Basketball Coach – University of Tennessee Woman’s team (1974 – 2012) the winningest NCAA coach ever

JD Sumner b. 1924. d. 1998
Singer – backed up Elvis – JD Sumner and the Stamps

Carol Ann Susi b. 1952 d. 2014 (cancer)
Actress- voice of Mrs. Wolowitz on “Big Bang Theory”

Bob Suter b. 1957 d. 2014 (heart attack)
Athlete – member of the Miracle on Ice 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team

Frank Sutton b. 1922 d. 1974
Actor – Sgt. Vincent Carter on Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.

Gloria Swanson b. 1899 d. 1983
Actress – Sunset Boulevard

John Cameron Swayze b. 1906 d. 1995
Journalist/Timex ads – Just this once, it took a licking but…

Patrick Swayze b. 1952 d. 2009 (pancreatic cancer)
actor/dancer, movies include Ghost, Road House, Dirty Dancing

Patsy Swayze b. 1927 d. 2013 (stroke)
Dancer / Choreographer – Mother of Patrick Swayze

Sawyer Sweeten b. 1995 d. 2015 (self inflicted gunshot)
Actor – one of two twins sons on “Everyone Loves Raymond”

Jack Swigert b. 1931 d. 1982 (cancer)
Command module pilot of Apollo 13 – Said, “Houston, we have a problem”

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