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who died on the 5th may 1988

  • Thursday May 5th 1988 is the date of death of Michael Shaara, George Rose, Paul Seymour, Hamid Mirza, Frank Gallop, Billo Frómeta, R J Unstead, Jack Daly, Norm Betson, John Playfair Price, Jack Manning and D.D. Kashyap.
  • George Rose
    George Rose
    George Rose

    George Rose (February 19, 1920 - May 5, 1988), the British actor in theatre and films, winning two Tony Awards, among many other honors

  • Frank Gallop
    Frank Gallop
    Frank Gallop

    Frank Gallop, the American radio and television personality

  • Jack Daly
    Jack Daly
    Jack Daly

    Jack "Jackie" Daly (28 May 1915 - 05 May 1988), the Fine Gael politician from County Kerry in Ireland

  • Michael Shaara

    Michael Shaara (June 23, 1928 - May 5, 1988), the American writer of science fiction, sports fiction, and historical fiction

  • Paul Seymour

    Paul Norman Seymour (born January 30 1928 in Toledo, Ohio - died May 5, 1988), the American basketball player and coach

  • Hamid Mirza

    Soltan Hamid Mirza Qajar (23 April 1918 - 5 May 1988), the head and heir presumptive of the Qajar dynasty the former ruling dynasty of Iran and the son of the last Qajar Crown Prince of Iran

  • Billo Frómeta

    Billo Frómeta (b. November 15, 1915 in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic - Caracas May 5, 1988), the Dominican Republic orchestra conductor, arranger and composer who lived and worked most of his life in Venezuela, where he is remembered

  • R J Unstead

    Robert John Unstead (21 November, 1915 – 5 May, 1988), the British historian and prolific author of history books, most of which, the written for young readers

  • Norm Betson

    Norm Betson, the Australian rules footballer who played for Essendon in the Victorian Football League during the early 1940s

  • John Playfair Price

    John Playfair Price, the British diplomat, and a former President of the Oxford Union