2013 Obituaries

Name these notable people who left us in 2013.
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Last updated: December 22, 2013
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First black President
of South Africa
Nelson Mandela
Britain's only
female Prime Minister
Margaret Thatcher
Leftist Venezuelan President
Hugo Chavez
"Glee" star
Cory Monteith
He was fast and furious
Paul Walker
Tony Soprano
James Gandolfini
Author of political thrillers
featuring Jack Ryan
Tom Clancy
Boxer who defeated Ali and
broke his jaw
Ken Norton
One half of Kris Kross
Chris Kelly
"Lawrence of Arabia"
Peter O'Toole
Velvet Underground guitarist
Lou Reed
America's most famous film critic
Roger Ebert
She asked the first question
at White House press conferences
Helen Thomas
Brit who interviewed Richard Nixon
David Frost
Texas country singer of
"White Lightning"
George Jones
Wrestling manager who carried
the Undertaker's urn
Paul Bearer
Level 59
Dec 30, 2013
As big of a Kris Kross fan I am, I could still only think of Chris Smith. I decided to put in Mac Daddy and I was so freakin' surprised it worked! XD
Level 83
Dec 30, 2013
There are big Kris Kross fans??
Level 83
Dec 30, 2013
Tragically, none of these people are Glenn Beck.
Level 79
Dec 30, 2013
Lou Reed = Velvet Underground guitarist the way John Lennon = Beatles vocalist. Lou Reed was way more than the guitarist.
Level 67
Dec 31, 2013
Boy howdy, Bob! You could say a lot more about all of them, even the ones for whom I don't care. It is not meant to be a complete obituary.
Level 89
Dec 30, 2013
Dang, I forgot Helen Thomas' last name!
Level 71
Dec 30, 2013
Always will remember Helen Thomas for her part in Stephen Colbert's infamous Correspondent's Dinner speech.
Level 27
Dec 30, 2013
Phew... Thathcher, Ebert and Clancy were total new to me. Kind of depressing, but I guess at one point you have to let people go...
Level 83
Dec 31, 2013
Kelly, Jones, "Paul Bearer," and Norton I never saw a single headline about but most of the others were pretty big news. Clancy probably got the least amount of coverage from those remaining, but though I forgot about him I do remember hearing something earlier this year.
Level 90
Dec 30, 2013
Wow. HUGE dropoff after Lou Reed.
Level 63
Dec 31, 2013
Jeff Hanneman? :(
Level 40
Jan 6, 2014
I only got one answer, Nelson Mandela. I forgot Cory Monteith"s last name
Level 35
Jan 9, 2014
Wow, TV father of Fresh Prince Almost made it.. One day late. Sad he had to die. ; ' (
Level 75
Dec 29, 2014
"White Lightning" for George Jones? Really? Big Bopper did it first. Instead, how about the best country song of all time, the No-Show Ol' Possum's "He Stopped Lovin' Her Today"? (We had a 'possum who came on our porch every night and ate our cat food. We called him George Jones. Later a female started coming with him and we christened her Tammy.) Nobody sang country like George Jones and Tammy Wynette.
Level 57
Jan 24, 2016
We lost some good people that year. And Thatcher!
Level 12
Sep 24, 2017
*breathe in* *sigh* I had just forgotten about Tom Clancy, and you had to remind me. THANKS A LOT
Level 60
May 10, 2022
Paul Bearer makes the list? Someone's dedicated!