World leaders and celebrities Who Died in 2010
30 November 2010
* Jim Kelley, 61, American hockey writer, pancreatic cancer.
* Gabriela Kownacka, 58, Polish actress (Rodzina zastępcza), breast cancer. (Polish)
29 November 2010
* Bella Akhmadulina, 73, Russian poet.
* Irena Anders, 90, Polish stage actress and singer. (Polish)
* El Hijo de Cien Caras, 32, Mexican professional wrestler, shot.  (Spanish)
* John Gerrish, 100, American composer.
* Richard Goldman, 90, American philanthropist, founder of the Goldman Environmental Prize.
* Peter Hofmann, 66, German operatic tenor, dementia and Parkinson`s disease. (German)
* Omar Khalidi, 54, Indian-born American academic, railway accident.
* Alfred Masini, 80, American television producer, creator of Entertainment Tonight, Solid Gold and Star Search, melanoma.
* Mario Monicelli, 95, Italian film director, suicide.
* Majid Shahriari, Iranian nuclear scientist, car bomb.
* Stephen J. Solarz, 70, American politician, U.S. Representative from New York (1975–1993), esophageal cancer.
* W. Frank Steely, 85, American educator, first president of Northern Kentucky University, Alzheimer’s disease.
* Maurice Wilkes, 97, British computing pioneer.
28 November 2010
* Keir Clark, 100, Canadian politician.
* Giorgos Fountas, 86, Greek actor, Alzheimer’s disease. (Greek)
* Daniel Maia, 40, Brazilian racing driver, racing accident. (Portuguese)
* Vladimir Maslachenko, 74, Soviet footballer, winner of the 1960 European Nations’ Cup. ] (Russian)
* Gil McDougald, 82, American baseball player (New York Yankees), prostate cancer.
* Leslie Nielsen, 84, Canadian-born American actor (Airplane!, The Naked Gun), pneumonia.
* Mahaveer Prasad, 71, Indian politician, after long illness.
27 November 2010
* Mohamed Kassim Abdul Jabbar, 77, Singaporean politician, gagal ginjal]
* Irvin Kershner, 87, American film director (Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back), lung cancer.
* George Robitaille, 55, Canadian transit fare collector and viral video subject, komplikasi stroke.
26 November 2010
* Gavin Blyth, 41, British television producer, after short illness.
* R. N. DeArmond, 99, American historian.
* James DiPaola, 57, American politician, Massachusetts House of Representatives (1993–1996), Sheriff of Middlesex County (1996–2010), bunuh diri dengan tembakan senjata
* Mohammad Anwar Elahee, 81, Mauritian football player and manager.
* Pascal Grosjean, 39, Swiss motorcycle racer, post-race crash.
* Maria Hellwig, 90, German yodeler and folk musician. (German)
* Palle Huld, 98, Danish actor. (Danish)
* Kevin Parry, 77, Australian businessman, car accident.
* Vithal Umap, 80, Indian folk artist, heart attack.
25 November 2010
* Alfred Balk, 80, American journalist, cancer.
* Jesse Bankston, 103, American politician.
* Bernard Matthews, 80, British businessman (Bernard Matthews Farms).
* Doris McCarthy, 100, Canadian artist.
* James Morrison, 68, American politician, member of the Kansas House of Representatives (1992–2010).
* Colin Slee, 65, British Church of England clergyman (Dean of Southwark Cathedral), pancreatic cancer.
* Ann Southam, 73, Canadian composer.
* Giorgos Zotos, 77, Greek journalist, cardiac arrest. (Greek)
24 November 2010
* Peter Christopherson, 55, British musician (Coil, Throbbing Gristle) and graphic artist (Hipgnosis).
* A. Arthur Giddon, 101, American lawyer and jurist. ]
* Huang Hua, 97, Chinese politician, Foreign Minister (1976–1982).
* Valentin Ivakin, 80, Russian footballer and football manager. (Russian)
* Dimitris Karaflas, 75, Greek discus thrower. (Greek)
* Lim Chong Eu, 91, Malaysian politician, Chief Minister of Penang (1969–1990).
* Andy Schoettle, 77, American Olympic sailor.
* Sergio Valech, 83, Chilean Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Santiago de Chile (1973–2003). (Spanish)
* Norm Winningstad, 85, American technology entrepreneur, founder of Floating Point Systems, suicide.
23 November 2010
* Denise Cramsey, 41, American television producer, brain aneurysm.
* Andrei Larinin, 51, Russian motorsport television commentator. (Russian)
* Pavel Lednyov, 67, Russian modern pentathlete and multiple Olympic medal winner. (Russian)
* Ingrid Pitt, 73, Polish-born British actress (The Vampire Lovers, Countess Dracula, The House That Dripped Blood, Where Eagles Dare), heart failure.
* Kananginak Pootoogook, 75, Canadian Inuit artist, complications from surgery.
* George Otto Wirz, 81, American Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Madison (1977–2004).
22 November 2010
* Peter Carrette, 63, British-born Australian paparazzo, suspected heart attack. (body discovered on this date)
* Jean Cione, 82, American baseball player (Rockford Peaches). 
* Frank Fenner, 95, Australian scientist. 
* Julien Guiomar, 82, French film actor.  (French)
* Hukamati Makoto, 64, Japanese composer and keyboard player.  (Japanese)
* David Lam, 87, Canadian politician, Lieutenant Governor of British Columbia (1988–1995), prostate cancer. 
* Len Lunde, 74, Canadian ice hockey player, heart condition. 
* Winston Murray, 69, Guyanese politician, Shadow Minister of Finance. 
* Urbano Navarrete Cortés, 90, Spanish Roman Catholic Cardinal. 
* Tom Underwood, 56, American baseball player (Philadelphia Phillies, New York Yankees, Oakland A’s), pancreatic cancer.
21 November 2010
* Manolis Borboudakis, 78, Greek archaeologist.  (Greek)
* Silverio Cavazos, 41, Mexican politician, Governor of Colima (2005–2009), shot. 
* Takis Chasir, 90, Greek sports journalist.  (Greek)
* Chitra Bahadur Gurung, 40, Nepalese Olympic swimmer. 
* Takaharu Kondo, 66, Japanese jurist, member of the Supreme Court, pneumonia.  (Japanese)
* Steve Kuczek, 85, American baseball player (Boston Braves). 
* Norris Church Mailer, 61, American author and model, gastrointestinal cancer. 
* David Nolan, 66, American political activist, Libertarian Party founder, stroke. 
* Almeida Prado, 67, Brazilian composer and pianist, pulmonary edema.  (Portuguese)
* Prince Chunk, 10, American obese cat, heart disease. 
20 November 2010
* Laurie Bembenek, 52, American convicted murderer, liver and kidney failure. 
* Roxana Briban, 39, Romanian soprano, apparent suicide. 
* Chalmers Johnson, 79, American scholar and author. 
* Rob Lytle, 56, American football player (Michigan Wolverines, Denver Broncos), heart attack. 
* Danny McDevitt, 78, American baseball player (Brooklyn Dodgers). 
* Aimilios Metaxopoulos, 55, Greek educator, chancellor of Panteion University, after long illness.  (Greek)
* Little Smokey Smothers, 71, American blues guitarist and singer, natural causes. 
* Heinz Weiss, 89, German film actor.  (German)
* Jim Yardley, 64, English cricketer. 
19 November 2010
* 75 Cents, 77, Croatian singer (Eurovision Song Contest 2008). 
* Pat Burns, 58, Canadian National Hockey League coach (Canadiens, Maple Leafs, Bruins and Devils), lung cancer. 
* Albert Gardner, 79, American jazz drummer and bandleader. 
* Piotr Hertel, 74, Polish composer.  (Polish)
* Ole Bjørn Støle, 60, Norwegian judge.  (Norwegian)
* Atama Zedkaia, 79, Marshallese paramount chief of Majuro, mother of President Jurelang Zedkaia. 
18 November 2010
* Freddy Beras-Goico, 69, Dominican television producer, comedian, writer and actor, gastric cancer.  (Spanish)
* Jim Cruickshank, 69, Scottish footballer.
* Spyros Kotsopoulos, 43, Greek actor, liver cancer. (Greek)
* Samuel Kunz, 89, German Nazi death camp guard.
* Brian G. Marsden, 73, British astronomer, after long illness.
* Don Mitchell, 55, Australian Olympic weightlifter.
* Abraham Serfaty, 84, Moroccan pro-democracy activist.
* Gaye Stewart, 87, Canadian ice hockey player.
* Mackenzie Taylor, 32, British comedian, suicide.
17 November 2010
* Olavo Rodrigues Barbosa, 87, Brazilian football player. (Portuguese)
* Johnny Simpson, 88, New Zealand rugby player.
* N. Viswanathan, 81, Indian actor, heart attack.
* Harry Whitaker, 68, American jazz pianist.
16 November 2010
* Paul Calello, 49, American investment banker, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
* Britton Chance, 97, American biochemist, biophysicist and Olympic sailor.
* Ronni Chasen, 64, American publicist (Hans Zimmer, Michael Douglas), shot.
* Ragnhild Magerøy, 90, Norwegian writer.  (Norwegian)
* Donald Nyrop, 98, American CEO of Northwest Airlines (1954–1976), Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. 
* Mimi Perrin, 84, French jazz singer and pianist.
* Ilie Savu, 90, Romanian footballer and coach, hepatic cirrhosis.
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