List of deaths from drug overdose and intoxication

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Drug overdose and intoxication are significant causes of accidental death, and can also be used as a form of suicide. Death can occur from overdosing on a single or multiple drugs, or from combined drug intoxication (CDI) due to poly drug use. Poly drug use often carries more risk than use of a single drug, due to an increase in side effects, and drug synergy. For example, the chance of death from overdosing on opiates is greatly increased when they are consumed in conjunction with alcohol.[1] While they are two distinct phenomena, deaths from CDI are often misreported as overdoses.[2] Drug overdoses and intoxication can also cause indirect deaths. For example, while marijuana does not cause fatal overdoses, being intoxicated by it can increase the chance of fatal traffic collisions.[3]

Drug use and overdoses increased significantly in the 1800s due to the commercialization and availability of certain drugs. For example, while opium and coca had been used for centuries, their active ingredients, morphine and the cocaine alkaloid, were not isolated until 1803 and 1855 respectively.[4][5] Cocaine and various opiates were subsequently mass-produced and sold openly and legally in the Western world, resulting in widespread misuse and addiction.[6][7] Drug use and addiction also increased significantly following the invention of the hypodermic syringe in 1853,[8] with overdose being a leading cause of death among intravenous drug users.[9]

Efforts to prohibit various drugs began to be enacted in the early 20th century, though the effectiveness of such policies is debated. Deaths from drug overdoses are increasing. Between 2000 and 2014, fatal overdoses rose 137% in the United States, causing nearly half a million deaths in that period,[10] and have also been continually increasing in Australia,[11] Scotland,[12][13] England, and Wales.[14] While prohibited drugs are generally viewed as being the most dangerous, the misuse of prescription drugs are linked to more deaths in several countries.[11][15] Cocaine and heroin combined caused fewer deaths than prescriptions drugs in the United Kingdom in 2013,[16][17] and fewer deaths than prescription opiates alone in the United States in 2008.[18] As of 2015 the drug most likely to cause fatal overdose in Australia was diazepam (Valium).[11] While fatal overdoses are highly associated with drugs such as opiates, cocaine and alcohol,[1] deaths from other drugs such as caffeine are extremely rare.[19]

This alphabetical list contains notable people whose deaths can be reliably sourced to be the result of drug overdose or acute drug intoxication. Where sources indicate drug overdose or intoxication was only suspected to be the cause of death, this will specified in the 'notes' column. Where sources are able to indicate, deaths are specified as 'suicide', 'accidental', 'undetermined', or otherwise in the 'cause' column. Where sources do not explicitly state intent, they will be listed in this column as 'unknown'. Deaths from accidents or misadventure caused by drug overdoses or intoxication are also included on this list. Deaths from long-term effects of drugs, such as tobacco-related cancers and cirrhosis from alcohol, are not included, nor are deaths from lethal injection or euthanasia.

Deaths

Name Born Died Age Profession Drug(s) Cause Notes Ref.
Abolafia, LouisLouis Abolafia 1941 1995 54 Artist Unspecified Unknown [20]
Abrams, HerbHerb Abrams 1954 1996 42 Wrestling promoter Cocaine Accidental Drug-induced heart attack [21]
[22]
Achurch, JanetJanet Achurch 1864 1916 52 Actress Morphine Unknown [23]
[24]
Acid, TrentTrent Acid 1980 2010 29 Wrestler Unspecified Unknown [25]
Adamov, ArthurArthur Adamov 1908 1970 61 Playwright Barbiturates Accidental [26]
Adams, BrianBrian Adams 1963 2007 43 Wrestler Unspecified painkillers Accidental [27]
Adams, NickNick Adams 1931 1968 36 Actor Paraldehyde and promazine Unknown [28]
Ai Xia, Ai Xia 1912 1934 21 Actress Opium Suicide [29]
Akutagawa, RyūnosukeRyūnosuke Akutagawa 1892 1927 35 Writer Barbital Suicide [30]
Allen, ChetChet Allen 1939 1984 45 Child actor Antidepressants Suicide [31]
Alk, HowardHoward Alk 1930 1982 51 Filmmaker Heroin Accidental Officially accidental though speculated suicide [32]
[33]
Allen, A. A.A. A. Allen 1911 1970 59 Evangelist Alcohol Unknown [34]
Allin, GGGG Allin 1956 1993 36 Musician Heroin Unknown [35]
Allen, William BarnsleyWilliam Barnsley Allen 1892 1933 41 Army officer Unspecified narcotic Accidental [36]
Alsop, FrancesFrances Alsop 1782 1821 38 Actress Laudanum Accidental [37]
Ángel, AbrahamAbraham Ángel 1905 1924 19 Artist Cocaine Accidental [38]
Angeli, PierPier Angeli 1932 1971 39 Actress Barbiturates Accidental [39]
[40]
Andersen, BridgetteBridgette Andersen 1975 1997 21 Child actress Heroin Unknown [41]
Anderson, Paul Y.Paul Y. Anderson 1893 1938 45 Journalist Sleeping pills Unknown [42]
Antley, ChrisChris Antley 1966 2000 34 Jockey Methamphetamines Blunt trauma The coroner's report concluded that Antley's injuries were likely related to a fall caused by the overdose [43]
[44]
Améry, JeanJean Améry 1912 1978 65 Writer Sleeping pills Suicide [45]
Arbus, DianeDiane Arbus 1923 1971 48 Photographer Barbiturates Suicide Arbus also slit her wrists [46]
Arenas, ReinaldoReinaldo Arenas 1943 1990 47 Poet Unspecified Suicide [47]
Arkeen, WestWest Arkeen 1960 1997 36 Musician Opiates Accidental [48]
Arkley, HowardHoward Arkley 1951 1999 48 Painter Heroin Accidental [49]
Ashbury, James LloydJames Lloyd Ashbury 1834 1895 60–61 Yachtsman Chlorodyne Suicide Suspected overdose [50]
Atkins, AveryAvery Atkins 1987 2007 20 American football player MDMA Unknown [51]
Aucoin, KevynKevyn Aucoin 1962 2002 40 Photographer, make-up artist Unspecified painkillers Accidental Aucoin's addition to painkillers, which were prescribed, caused kidney and liver failure due to paracetamol toxicity [52]
Augustine, KathyKathy Augustine 1956 2006 50 Politician Succinylcholine Murder [53]
Baker, ChetChet Baker 1929 1988 58 Musician Cocaine and heroin Accidental Baker fell from a balcony while intoxicated [54]
[55]
Baker, TomTom Baker 1940 1982 42 Actor Heroin Unknown [56]
Ballin, AlbertAlbert Ballin 1857 1918 61 Shipping magnate Sleeping pills Suicide [57]
Bangs, LesterLester Bangs 1948 1982 33 Music critic, musician Multiple Unknown Dextropropoxyphene, diazepam and NyQuil [58]
Barbette, Barbette 1899 1973 74 Trapeze artist Methamphetamines Unknown [59]
Barlow, R. H.R. H. Barlow 1918 1951 32 Author Barbiturates Suicide [60]
Barnes, SidSid Barnes 1916 1973 57 Cricketer Barbiturates and bromide Undetermined [61]
Bartsch, JürgenJürgen Bartsch 1946 1976 29 Serial killer Halothane Accidental Accidental overdose administered by nurse [62]
Bartusiak, Skye McColeSkye McCole Bartusiak 1992 2014 21 Actress Multiple Accidental Hydrocodone, difluoroethane and carisoprodol [63]
Basquiat, Jean-MichelJean-Michel Basquiat 1960 1988 27 Painter Heroin Unknown [64]
Batcheff, PierrePierre Batcheff 1907 1932 24 Actor Barbital Suicide [65]
Baze, Michael CarlMichael Carl Baze 1987 2011 24 Jockey Cocaine and oxymorphone Accidental [66]
Beck, PatriciaPatricia Beck 1924 1978 53 Writer Insulin Suicide [67]
Beckett, ScottyScotty Beckett 1929 1968 38 Child actor Unspecified Unknown [68]
[69]
Bechler, SteveSteve Bechler 1979 2003 23 Baseball pitcher Ephedra Heatstroke The coroner stated the toxicity of ephedra played a significant role in his death [70]
Bell, GertrudeGertrude Bell 1868 1926 57 Writer Sleeping pills Unknown [71]
Belushi, JohnJohn Belushi 1949 1982 33 Actor Speedball Accidental [72]
[73]
Benjamin, WalterWalter Benjamin 1892 1940 48 Philosopher Morphine Suicide [74]
Bennett, JayJay Bennett 1963 2009 45 Musician Fentanyl Accidental [75]
Bennet, JillJill Bennet 1931 1990 58 Actress Unspecified Unknown [76]
Berggren, WesWes Berggren 1971 1999 28 Musician Multiple Unknown Benzodiazepines, cocaine and propoxyphene [77]
Bergstrom, William LeeWilliam Lee Bergstrom 1951 1985 33 Gambler Unspecified Suicide [78]
Berry, BruceBruce Berry 1950 1973 22 Roadie Cocaine and heroin Unknown [79]
Bessent, DonDon Bessent 1931 1990 59 Baseball pitcher Alcohol Unknown [80]
Betts, LeahLeah Betts 1977 1995 18 Student MDMA Water intoxication Died from water intoxication secondary to use of MDMA [81]
Bias, LenLen Bias 1963 1986 22 Basketball player Cocaine Accidental [82]
Big George, Big George 1957 2011 53 Presenter, broadcaster Mephedrone Unknown Drug-induced heart attack. [83]
Big Moe, Big Moe 1974 2007 33 Musician Unspecified Unknown Drug-induced heart attack [84]
Bigelow, Bam BamBam Bam Bigelow 1961 2007 45 Wrestler Cocaine Unknown Other unspecified drugs were involved [85]
Bingham, RobertRobert Bingham 1966 1999 33 Writer Heroin Unknown [86]
Binion, TedTed Binion 1943 1998 54 Gambling executive Alprazolam and heroin Suicide (suspected) [87]
Bird, LaurieLaurie Bird 1953 1979 26 Actress Diazepam Suicide [88]
Bismarck, Gottfried vonGottfried von Bismarck 1962 2007 44 Aristocrat Cocaine and morphine Unknown [89]
Bissell, PatrickPatrick Bissell 1957 1987 30 Ballet dancer Multiple Unknown Cocaine, codeine, methadone and other unspecified drugs [90]
Blandick, ClaraClara Blandick 1880 1962 85 Actress Sleeping pills Suicide Drug-induced asphyxiation [91]
Blasberg, EricaErica Blasberg 1984 2010 25 Golfer Multiple Suicide Drug-induced asphyxiation caused by butalbital, temazepam, alprazolam, codeine, hydrocodone and tramadol [92]
Blaylock, MattieMattie Blaylock 1850 1888 37–38 Prostitute Opiates Suicide [93]
Bloomfield, MikeMike Bloomfield 1943 1981 37 Musician Unspecified Unknown [94]
Bolin, TommyTommy Bolin 1951 1976 25 Musician Unspecified Unknown [95]
Bonham, JohnJohn Bonham 1948 1980 32 Musician Alcohol Unknown Bonham choked on his own vomit while intoxicated [96]
Boogaard, DerekDerek Boogaard 1982 2011 28 Ice hockey player Oxycodone and alcohol Accidental [97]
Bosschieter, JennieJennie Bosschieter 1882 1900 18 Factory worker Chloral hydrate Murder [98]
[99]
Bowman, ChristopherChristopher Bowman 1967 2008 40 Ice skater Multiple Accidental Cocaine, diazepam, alcohol and cannabis [100]
Boyer, CharlesCharles Boyer 1899 1978 78 Actor Barbiturates Suicide [101]
Brammer, Billy LeeBilly Lee Brammer 1929 1978 48 Author Methamphetamines Unknown [102]
Bridges, ElisaElisa Bridges 1973 2002 28 Model Multiple Unknown Heroin, methamphetamines, meperidine and alprazolam [103]
[104]
Brimble, DianeDiane Brimble 1960 2002 42 Mother Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid and alcohol Unknown [105]
Brinkley, WilliamWilliam Brinkley 1917 1993 76 Writer Barbiturates Suicide [106]
Brødreskift, ErikErik Brødreskift 1969 1999 29 Musician Unspecified Suicide [107]
Brockie, DaveDave Brockie 1963 2014 50 Musician Heroin Unknown [108]
Brontë, BranwellBranwell Brontë 1817 1848 31 Painter, writer Opiates Unknown Died of drug-aggravated tuberculosis [109]
Brown, Bobbi KristinaBobbi Kristina Brown 1993 2015 22 Media personality Multiple Unknown Drowned while intoxicated by marijuana, alcohol and an unspecified anti-anxiety medication [110]
Bruce, LennyLenny Bruce 1925 1966 40 Comedian Morphine Unknown [111]
Bruce, Patrick HenryPatrick Henry Bruce 1881 1936 55 Painter Barbital Suicide [112]
Bruns, JuliaJulia Bruns 1895 1927 32 Actress Alcohol Accidental [113]
Buckley, TimTim Buckley 1947 1975 28 Musician Multiple Unknown Heroin, morphine and alcohol [114]
Burton, RichardRichard Burton 1925 1984 58 Actor Alcohol Unknown [115]
Butterfield, PaulPaul Butterfield 1942 1987 44 Musician Unspecified Unknown Drug-induced heart failure [116]
[117]
Caicedo, AndrésAndrés Caicedo 1951 1977 25 Writer Secobarbital Suicide [118]
Caminiti, KenKen Caminiti 1963 2004 41 Baseball player Cocaine and opiates Accidental [119]
Cantor, MaxMax Cantor 1959 1991 32 Actor, journalist Heroin Unknown [120]
Capote, TrumanTruman Capote 1924 1984 59 Writer Multiple Unknown Cause of death was liver disease complicated by phlebitis and multiple drug intoxication [121]
Carnell, Edward JohnEdward John Carnell 1919 1967 47 Pastor Barbiturates Unknown Suspected overdose [122]
Carter, LeslieLeslie Carter 1986 2012 25 Singer Multiple Unknown Olanzapine, cyclobenzaprine and alprazolam [123]
Centauro, GregGreg Centauro 1977 2011 34 Pornographic actor Unspecified Unknown [124]
Charters, SpencerSpencer Charters 1875 1943 67 Actor Sleeping pills Suicide [125]
Chase, RichardRichard Chase 1950 1980 30 Serial killer Unspecified Unknown [126]
Chesnutt, VicVic Chesnutt 1964 2009 45 Musician Unspecified muscle relaxant Suicide [127]
Chi-tao, TaiTai Chi-tao 1891 1949 58 Journalist Sleeping pills Suicide (suspected) [128]
Churchill, DianaDiana Churchill 1909 1963 54 Naval officer Barbiturates Suicide [129]
Clark, SallySally Clark 1964 2007 42 Solicitor Alcohol Unknown [130]
Clark, SonnySonny Clark 1931 1963 31 Pianist Heroin Unknown [131]
Clark, SteveSteve Clark 1960 1991 30 Musician Multiple Accidental Codeine, diazepam, morphine and alcohol [107]
[132]
Clift, CharmianCharmian Clift 1923 1969 45 Writer Unspecified Suicide [133]
Collins, BobBob Collins 1946 2007 61 Politician Unspecified prescription drugs and alcohol Suicide [134]
Collins, NatashaNatasha Collins 1976 2008 31 Actress Cocaine Accidental [135]
Cole, BrianBrian Cole 1942 1972 29 Musician Heroin Unknown [136]
Collins, RobertaRoberta Collins 1944 2008 63 Actress Unspecified drugs and alcohol Accidental [137]
Cooper, ElizabethElizabeth Cooper 1914 1960 56 Actress Barbiturates Suicide [138]
Cooper, MichaelMichael Cooper 1941 1973 31 Photographer Heroin Unknown [139]
Connolly, MeganMegan Connolly 1974 2001 27 Actress Heroin Unknown [140]
Courson, PamelaPamela Courson 1946 1974 27 Boutique manager Heroin Unknown [141]
Crack, CarlCarl Crack 1971 2001 30 Musician Unspecified pills and alcohol Unknown [142]
Crane, EdEd Crane 1862 1896 34 Baseball player Chloral hydrate Suicide (suspected) [143]
Crash, DarbyDarby Crash 1958 1980 22 Musician Heroin Suicide [144]
[145]
Creede, Nicholas C.Nicholas C. Creede 1843 1897 53–54 Prospector Morphine Accidental [146]
[147]
Crews, TimTim Crews 1961 1993 31 Baseball pitcher Alcohol Accidental Crews was legally drunk when he crashed a boat, killing himself and Steve Olin [148]
Crohn, StephenStephen Crohn 1946 2013 66 Chef Benzodiazepine and oxycodone Suicide [149]
Croudip, DavidDavid Croudip 1958 1988 30 American football player Cocaine Unknown [150]
Crosby, RobbinRobbin Crosby 1959 2002 42 Musician Heroin Unknown [151]
[152]
Cruikshank, IsaacIsaac Cruikshank 1764 1811 46–47 Painter Alcohol Unknown [153]
Crum, BartleyBartley Crum 1900 1959 59 Lawyer Secobarbital and alcohol Suicide [154]
Cuppy, WillWill Cuppy 1884 1949 65 Literary critic Sleeping pills Suicide [155]
Curtis, JackieJackie Curtis 1947 1985 38 Actor Heroin Unknown [156]
Cutts, PatriciaPatricia Cutts 1926 1974 48 Actress Barbiturates Suicide [157]
Chyna, Chyna 1969 2016 46 Wrestler Unspecified prescription drugs Accidental [158]
Dai, LinLin Dai 1934 1964 29 Actress Sleeping pills Unknown [159]
d'Adelswärd-Fersen, JacquesJacques d'Adelswärd-Fersen 1880 1923 43 Writer Cocaine and alcohol Unknown [160]
Dalida, Dalida 1933 1987 54 Singer Barbiturates Suicide [161]
[162]
Damala, JacquesJacques Damala 1855 1889 34 Actor Cocaine and morphine Unknown [163]
Dandridge, DorothyDorothy Dandridge 1922 1965 42 Actress, singer Imipramine Accidental [164]
Davis, Jesse EdJesse Ed Davis 1944 1988 43 Musician Heroin Unknown [165]
Darr, MikeMike Darr 1976 2002 25 Baseball player Alcohol Unknown Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [166]
de Hory, ElmyrElmyr de Hory 1906 1976 70 Art forger Barbiturates Suicide (suspected) [167]
Delahanty, EdEd Delahanty 1867 1903 35 Baseball player Unspecified Unknown Delahanty was intoxicated when he drowned in Niagara Falls. [168]
Delias, AnestisAnestis Delias 1912 1944 31–32 Musician Heroin Unknown [169]
DeMayo, PaulPaul DeMayo 1967 2005 37 Bodybuilder Heroin Unknown [170]
Demme, TedTed Demme 1963 2002 38 Director Cocaine Accidental Suspected drug-induced heart attack [171]
de la Villehuchet, René-Thierry MagonRené-Thierry Magon de la Villehuchet 1943 2008 65 Businessman Sleeping pills Suicide [172]
Denby, EdwinEdwin Denby 1903 1983 80 Poet Sleeping pills Unknown [173]
Dial, PattersonPatterson Dial 1902 1945 42 Writer, actress Barbiturates Unknown [174]
Dimmitt, PhilipPhilip Dimmitt 1801 1841 39–40 Texian Army officer Morphine Suicide [175]
Screw, DJDJ Screw 1971 2000 29 Disc jockey Unspecified Accidental [176]
Donnelly, DesmondDesmond Donnelly 1920 1974 53 Politician Barbiturates and alcohol Suicide [177]
Dorris, MichaelMichael Dorris 1945 1997 52 Writer Unspecified drugs and alcohol Suicide [178]
Dorsey, TommyTommy Dorsey 1905 1956 51 Musician Sleeping pills Accidental Choked to death while intoxicated [179]
Douglas, EricEric Douglas 1958 2004 46 Comedian Multiple Unknown Unspecified tranquilizers, painkillers and alcohol [180]
Drake, NickNick Drake 1948 1974 26 Musician Antidepressants Suicide (suspected) [181]
Drummond-Webb, JonathanJonathan Drummond-Webb 1959 2004 45 Pediatric heart surgeon Unspecified prescription drugs Suicide [182]
DuBrow, KevinKevin DuBrow 1955 2007 52 Singer Cocaine Accidental [107]
[183]
Duncum Jr., BobbyBobby Duncum Jr. 1965 2000 34 Wrestler Unspecified painkillers and alcohol Unknown [184]
Duncan, KenneKenne Duncan 1903 1972 68 Actor Barbiturates Suicide [185]
Duncan, TheresaTheresa Duncan 1966 2007 40 Video game designer Paracetamol and alcohol Suicide [186]
Dunn, RyanRyan Dunn 1977 2011 34 Actor, stunt man Alcohol Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [187]
Durante, AnthonyAnthony Durante 1967 2003 36 Wrestler Fentanyl Unknown [188]
Dutt, GuruGuru Dutt 1925 1964 39 Actor Sleeping pills and alcohol Unknown [189]
Eagels, JeanneJeanne Eagels 1890 1929 39 Actress Chloral hydrate Unknown [190]
[191]
Elsey, BernieBernie Elsey 1906 1986 79–80 Property developer Unspecified Suicide [192]
Entwistle, JohnJohn Entwistle 1944 2002 57 Musician Cocaine Unknown Drug-induced heart attack [193]
Epstein, BrianBrian Epstein 1934 1967 32 Music entrepreneur Sleeping pills Unknown [194]
Epstein, HowieHowie Epstein 1955 2003 47 Musician Heroin and unspecified prescription drugs Unknown Suspected overdose [195]
Epstein, PaulPaul Epstein 1871 1939 68 Mathematician Barbital Suicide [196]
Errázuriz, BlancaBlanca Errázuriz 1894 1940 45 Socialite Barbiturates Suicide [197]
Eyedea, Eyedea 1981 2010 28 Musician Opiates Accidental [198]
Farley, ChrisChris Farley 1964 1997 33 Actor Cocaine and morphine Accidental [199]
[200]
Farndon, PetePete Farndon 1952 1983 30 Musician Heroin Unknown Drowned in the bath after overdosing [201]
Fassbinder, Rainer WernerRainer Werner Fassbinder 1945 1982 37 Playwright, director Barbiturates and cocaine Unknown [202]
Fassie, BrendaBrenda Fassie 1964 2004 39 Singer Cocaine Unknown [203]
Fernández, JoséJosé Fernández 1992 2016 24 Baseball pitcher Cocaine and alcohol Accidental Fernández was under the influence when he died in a boating accident [204]
Ferrari, LoloLolo Ferrari 1963 2000 37 Pornographic actress Unspecified Suicide (suspected) Officially ruled as "most likely suicide", though previously speculated as murder [205]
Ferris, PaulPaul Ferris 1941 1995 54 Film composer Unspecified Unknown [206]
Flemmi, VincentVincent Flemmi 1935 1979 33–34 Gangster Unspecified Unknown [207]
Flores, AntonioAntonio Flores 1961 1995 33 Singer, actor Unspecified Unknown [208]
Floud, BernardBernard Floud 1915 1967 52 Politician Sleeping pills Unknown Suspected overdose [209]
Flynt, AltheaAlthea Flynt 1953 1987 33 Co-publisher of Hustler Heroin Undetermined Drowned in the bath after overdosing; whether her death was intentional or not was unclear [210]
[211]
Foley, SteveSteve Foley 1959 2008 49 Musician Unspecified Accidental Suspected overdose [212]
Fortune, SeánSeán Fortune 1954 1999 44–45 Priest Unspecified drugs and alcohol Suicide [213]
Fox, SidneySidney Fox 1911 1942 30 Actress Sleeping pills Suicide (suspected) [214]
Fox, Henry StephenHenry Stephen Fox 1791 1846 55 Diplomat Unspecified Unknown [215]
Frank, J. HerbertJ. Herbert Frank 1885 1926 40 Actor Chloroform Suicide Frank used a combination of chloroform and natural gas. [216]
Frankland, RosemarieRosemarie Frankland 1943 2000 57 Actress Unspecified prescription drugs Suicide [217]
French, KatyKaty French 1983 2007 24 Model, socialite Cocaine and ephedrine Accidental Official cause of death was hypoxic ischemic brain injury caused by cocaine and ephedrine [218]
[219]
Frisch, GaryGary Frisch 1969 2007 38 Website founder Ketamine Misadventure Frisch jumped from a balcony while intoxicated [220]
Gans, DannyDanny Gans 1956 2009 52 Impressionist, entertainer Hydromorphone Accidental Gans was killed by a combination of the prescription drug and a pre-existing heart condition [221]
Gardiner, PaulPaul Gardiner 1958 1984 25 Musician Heroin Unknown [222]
Garland, JudyJudy Garland 1922 1969 47 Singer, actress Secobarbital Accidental Officially accidental though speculated suicide [223]
[224]
Gauguin, PaulPaul Gauguin 1848 1903 54 Painter Morphine Unknown [225]
Gein, GidgetGidget Gein 1969 2008 39 Musician Unspecified Unknown Suspected overdose [226]
[227]
Geldof, PeachesPeaches Geldof 1989 2014 25 Actress Heroin Unknown [228]
Gellhorn, MarthaMartha Gellhorn 1908 1998 89 Writer Cyanide poisoning Suicide [229]
George, LowellLowell George 1945 1979 34 Musician Unspecified Accidental [230]
[231]
Getty, TalithaTalitha Getty 1940 1971 30 Actress Heroin Unknown [232]
Gimblett, HaroldHarold Gimblett 1914 1978 63 Cricketer Unspecified Unknown [233]
Girardon, MichèleMichèle Girardon 1938 1975 36 Actress Sleeping pills Suicide [234]
Glide, BillyBilly Glide 1970 2014 43 Pornographic actor Unspecified Unknown [235]
Goddard, TrevorTrevor Goddard 1962 2003 40 Actor Multiple Accidental Heroin, cocaine, diazepam and hydrocodone/paracetamol [236]
Goodwin, DenisDenis Goodwin 1929 1975 45 Writer Sleeping pills and alcohol Unknown [237]
Giraldo, GregGreg Giraldo 1965 2010 44 Comedian Unspecified prescription drugs Accidental [238]
Goettel, DwayneDwayne Goettel 1964 1995 31 Musician Heroin Unknown [239]
Goldstein, AdamAdam Goldstein 1973 2009 36 Disc jockey Multiple Accidental Cocaine, levamisole, oxycodone, hydrocodone, lorazepam, clonazepam, alprazolam and diphenhydramine [240]
Goodspeed, PaulaPaula Goodspeed 1978 2008 30 TV contestant Unspecified prescription drugs Suicide [241]
Gray, PaulPaul Gray 1972 2010 38 Musician Fentanyl and morphine Accidental [242]
Grealy, LucyLucy Grealy 1963 2002 39 Poet Heroin Unknown [243]
Gresham, William LindsayWilliam Lindsay Gresham 1909 1962 53 Author Sleeping pills Suicide [244]
Gribouille, Gribouille 1941 1968 26 Singer Unspecified medication and alcohol Unknown [245]
Griffin, EddieEddie Griffin 1982 2007 25 Basketball player Alcohol Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [246]
Grogan, EmmettEmmett Grogan 1942 1978 35 Activist Heroin Unknown [247]
Gründgens, GustafGustaf Gründgens 1899 1963 63 Actor Sleeping pills Suicide (suspected) [248]
Haines, ClintonClinton Haines 1976 1997 21 Computer hacker Heroin Accidental [249]
[250]
Halliwell, KennethKenneth Halliwell 1926 1967 41 Actor Pentobarbital Suicide [251]
Halsall, OllieOllie Halsall 1949 1992 43 Musician Unspecified Unknown [252]
Hamilton, LoisLois Hamilton 1952 1999 47 Model, actress Unspecified Unknown [253]
Hanau, MartheMarthe Hanau 1890 1935 44–45 Fraudster Sleeping pills Unknown [254]
Hancock, TonyTony Hancock 1924 1968 44 Actor Amphetamines and alcohol Suicide [255]
Hannegan, Edward A.Edward A. Hannegan 1807 1857 51 Senator Morphine Unknown [256]
Hanson, TommyTommy Hanson 1986 2015 29 Baseball pitcher Cocaine and alcohol Accidental [257]
Hardee, MalcolmMalcolm Hardee 1950 2005 55 Comedian Alcohol Accidental Drowned after he fell into the water while intoxicated [258]
Harden-Hickey, JamesJames Harden-Hickey 1854 1898 43 Author, adventurer Morphine Suicide [259]
Hardin, TimTim Hardin 1941 1980 39 Musician Heroin Unknown [260]
Harroun, EricEric Harroun 1982 2014 31 Free Syrian Army fighter Heroin and sertraline Accidental [261]
Harvey, DominoDomino Harvey 1969 2005 35 Bounty hunter Fentanyl Unknown [262]
Harvey, RodneyRodney Harvey 1967 1998 30 Actor, model Heroin Unknown [263]
Hasenclever, WalterWalter Hasenclever 1890 1940 49 Poet, playwright Barbital Suicide [264]
Hassall, ImogenImogen Hassall 1942 1980 38 Actress Tuinal Unknown [265]
Hatfield, BobbyBobby Hatfield 1940 2003 63 Musician Cocaine Unknown Drug-induced heart attack [266]
Hatfield, JamesJames Hatfield 1958 2001 43 Author Unspecified prescription pills Suicide [267]
Hausdorff, FelixFelix Hausdorff 1868 1942 73 Mathematician Barbital Suicide [268]
Haver, PhyllisPhyllis Haver 1899 1960 61 Actress Barbiturates Suicide (suspected) [269]
Hayden, JamesJames Hayden 1953 1983 29 Actor Heroin Unknown Suspected overdose [270]
Hayes, IraIra Hayes 1923 1955 32 United States Marine Alcohol Accidental Hayes was killed by a combination of exposure and intoxication [271]
Hayes, RoryRory Hayes 1949 1983 34 Cartoonist Multiple Unknown Died from polypharmacy of unspecified drugs [272]
Hayward, PaulPaul Hayward 1954 1992 37–38 Rugby league player Heroin Unknown [273]
Hedberg, MitchMitch Hedberg 1968 2005 37 Comedian Cocaine and heroin Unknown [274]
Heggen, ThomasThomas Heggen 1918 1949 30 Writer Barbiturates Suicide (suspected) [275]
Hemensley, TimTim Hemensley 1972 2003 30–31 Musician Heroin Unknown [276]
Hemingway, MargauxMargaux Hemingway 1954 1996 42 Actress Phenobarbital Suicide [277]
Hendrix, JimiJimi Hendrix 1942 1970 27 Musician Barbiturates Accidental Hendrix aspirated his own vomit and died of asphyxia while intoxicated [278]
[279]
Hennig, CurtCurt Hennig 1958 2003 44 Wrestler Cocaine Unknown [280]
Herbert, GregoryGregory Herbert 1947 1978 30 Musician Heroin Suicide [281]
Herlihy, James LeoJames Leo Herlihy 1927 1993 66 Novelist, actor Sleeping pills Suicide [282]
Hernandez, GinoGino Hernandez 1957 1986 28 Wrestler Unspecified Unknown [283]
Hickenlooper, GeorgeGeorge Hickenlooper 1963 2010 47 Documentary filmmaker Oxymorphone and alcohol Accidental [284]
Hill, Ureli CorelliUreli Corelli Hill 1802 1875 72–73 Conductor Morphine Suicide [285]
Hill, VirginiaVirginia Hill 1916 1966 49 Courier Sleeping pills Unknown [286]
Hino, AshiheiAshihei Hino 1907 1960 49 Soldier, author Sleeping pills Suicide [287]
Hite, BobBob Hite 1943 1981 38 Singer Heroin Unknown [288]
Hobbs, RogerRoger Hobbs 1988 2016 28 Writer Unspecified Unknown [289]
Hodge, Jane AikenJane Aiken Hodge 1917 2009 91 Writer Unspecified Suicide [290]
Hoffman, AbbieAbbie Hoffman 1936 1989 52 Activist Phenobarbital Suicide [291]
Hoffman, Philip SeymourPhilip Seymour Hoffman 1967 2014 46 Actor Multiple Accidental Heroin, cocaine, benzodiazepines and amphetamines [292]
[293]
Holden, WilliamWilliam Holden 1918 1981 63 Actor Alcohol Accidental Holden fell and bled to death while intoxicated [294]
Holliday, MichaelMichael Holliday 1924 1963 38 Singer Unspecified Suicide [281]
Holly, CrashCrash Holly 1971 2003 32 Wrestler Carisoprodol Suicide Suspected overdose [295]
Hollywood Fats, Hollywood Fats 1954 1986 32 Musician Heroin Unknown [296]
Holton, GaryGary Holton 1952 1985 33 Actor, musician Heroin Unknown [297]
Honeyman-Scott, JamesJames Honeyman-Scott 1956 1982 25 Musician Cocaine Unknown Drug-induced heart attack [298]
Hoon, ShannonShannon Hoon 1967 1995 28 Musician Cocaine Unknown [299]
Hopton, RussellRussell Hopton 1900 1945 45 Actor Sleeping pills Unknown Suspected overdose [300]
Horsley, SebastianSebastian Horsley 1962 2010 47 Artist Cocaine and heroin Unknown [301]
Horton, TimTim Horton 1930 1974 44 Ice hockey player Dexamyl and alcohol Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [302]
Houston, WhitneyWhitney Houston 1963 2012 48 Singer, actress Cocaine Accidental Houston drowned, with heart disease and cocaine listed as contributing factors [303]
Hovey, TimTim Hovey 1945 1989 44 Child actor Unspecified Unknown [304]
Howard, AndréeAndrée Howard 1910 1968 57 Ballet dancer Unspecified Unknown Suspected overdose [305]
Howard, DickDick Howard 1935 1967 32 Athlete Heroin Unknown [306]
Howard, LisaLisa Howard 1930 1965 35 Reporter Phenobarbital Suicide Officially suicide though speculated as murder [307]
Hughes, HowardHoward Hughes 1905 1976 70 Aviator, businessman Codeine Unknown Hughes died of liver failure after his physician administered an overdose of codeine [308]
Hughes, Mark R.Mark R. Hughes 1956 2000 44 Businessman Antidepressants and alcohol Accidental [309]
Hullett, GertrudeGertrude Hullett 1906 1956 49–50 Wife Sodium barbital Suicide Officially ruled as suicide by an inquest which received criticism; John Bodkin Adams was charged with her murder, though never tried for it [310]
Hunter, HaroldHarold Hunter 1974 2006 31 Skateboarder, actor Cocaine Unknown Drug-induced heart attack [311]
Hutton, LeonaLeona Hutton 1892 1949 56 Actress Codeine Unknown [312]
Hyman, PhyllisPhyllis Hyman 1949 1995 45 Singer Pentobarbital and secobarbital Suicide [313]
Imlay, FannyFanny Imlay 1794 1816 22 Wife Laudanum Suicide [314]
Irons, AndyAndy Irons 1978 2010 32 Surfer Multiple Unknown Died from cardiac arrest, with secondary cause of death as acute mixed drug ingestion of cocaine, methamphetamines, alprazolam and methadone [315]
Ivins, Bruce EdwardsBruce Edwards Ivins 1946 2008 62 Microbiologist Paracetamol Suicide [316]
Jack, BarnabyBarnaby Jack 1977 2013 35 Hacker, security expert Multiple Unknown Cocaine, heroin and other unspecified drugs [317]
Jackson, Charles R.Charles R. Jackson 1903 1968 65 Author Barbiturates Suicide [318]
Jackson, Jennifer LynJennifer Lyn Jackson 1969 2010 40 Playboy Playmate Heroin Unknown Suspected overdose [319]
[320]
Jackson, MichaelMichael Jackson 1958 2009 50 Pop singer Lorazepam and propofol Involuntary manslaughter Jackson was killed by an accidental overdose administered by his physician [321]
Jackson, PeterPeter Jackson 1964 1997 33 Rugby league player Heroin Unknown [322]
Jameson, JoyceJoyce Jameson 1932 1987 54 Actress Unspecified Suicide [323]
Jans, TomTom Jans 1948 1984 36 Singer Unspecified Unknown Suspected overdose [324]
Johnson, DeanDean Johnson 1961 2007 46 Entertainer Oxycodone Unknown [325]
Johnston, RandyRandy Johnston 1988 2008 20 Model Unspecified Accidental [326]
Jølsen, RagnhildRagnhild Jølsen 1875 1908 32 Author Morphine Suicide [327]
Jones, AnissaAnissa Jones 1958 1976 18 Actress Methaqualone and alcohol Accidental [328]
[329]
Jones, ChloeChloe Jones 1975 2005 29 Pornographic actress Unspecified prescription drugs Accidental [330]
Joplin, JanisJanis Joplin 1943 1970 27 Musician Heroin overdose Accidental [331]
Kageyama, KazuoKazuo Kageyama 1927 1965 38 Baseball player Sleeping pills Unknown [332]
Kahlo, FridaFrida Kahlo 1907 1954 47 Artist Opiates Suicide (suspected) Official cause of death was pulmonary embolism, though no autopsy was performed; modern biographers believe that she committed suicide with opiates [333]
[334]
Kahn, JohnJohn Kahn 1947 1996 48 Musician Heroin Unknown [335]
Kanyon, ChrisChris Kanyon 1970 2010 40 Wrestler Unspecified pills Suicide [336]
Kelly, Lisa RobinLisa Robin Kelly 1970 2013 43 Actress Multiple Accidental Combined drug intoxication of unspecified drugs [337]
Kennedy, David A.David A. Kennedy 1955 1984 28 Son of Robert F. Kennedy Multiple Unknown Cocaine, pethidine and thioridazine [338]
Kenney, BeverlyBeverly Kenney 1932 1960 28 Singer Secobarbital and alcohol Suicide [339]
Kettlewell, BernardBernard Kettlewell 1907 1979 72 Lepidopterist, medical doctor Unspecified Accidental [340]
Kelly, DavidDavid Kelly 1944 2003 59 Weapons expert Dextropropoxyphene Suicide Evidence indicated Kelly consumed 29 dextropropoxyphene pills [341]
Kilgallen, DorothyDorothy Kilgallen 1913 1965 52 Journalist Barbiturates and ethannol Unknown [342]
King, RodneyRodney King 1965 2012 47 Taxi driver Multiple Accidental Drowned due to the combined effects of a heart condition, alongside alcohol, cocaine, marijuana and phencyclidine intoxication [343]
Kinkade, ThomasThomas Kinkade 1958 2012 54 Painter Diazepam and ethanol Unknown [344]
Klassen, BenBen Klassen 1918 1993 75 White supremacist Sleeping pills Suicide [345]
[346]
Knebel, FletcherFletcher Knebel 1911 1993 81 Author Sleeping pills Suicide [347]
Koestler, ArthurArthur Koestler 1905 1983 77 Author Tuinal and alcohol Suicide [348]
Kohl, HanneloreHannelore Kohl 1933 2001 68 Wife Unspecified painkillers and sleeping pills Suicide [349]
Kordic, JohnJohn Kordic 1965 1992 27 Hockey player Unspecified Unknown [350]
Kovar, JoeyJoey Kovar 1983 2012 29 Reality TV star Opiates Unknown [351]
Krim, SeymourSeymour Krim 1922 1989 67 Writer Unspecified Unknown [352]
Laake, DeborahDeborah Laake 1953 2000 46–47 Writer Unspecified pills Suicide [353]
Ladd, AlanAlan Ladd 1913 1964 50 Actor Unspecified drugs and alcohol Accidental [354]
Lancaume, KarenKaren Lancaume 1973 2005 32 Pornographic actress Temazepam Suicide [355]
Landis, CaroleCarole Landis 1919 1948 29 Actress Secobarbital Suicide [356]
Lane, JaniJani Lane 1964 2011 47 Singer Alcohol Unknown [357]
Landau, GuttmanGuttman Landau 1877c. 1877 1942 63–65 Community leader Morphine Unknown [358]
Ledger, HeathHeath Ledger 1979 2008 28 Actor Multiple Accidental Oxycodone, hydrocodone, alprazolam, diazepam, temazepam and doxylamine [359]
Lerner, DavidDavid Lerner 1951 1997 45 Poet Unspecified Unknown [360]
Levert, GeraldGerald Levert 1966 2006 40 Singer Multiple Accidental Oxycodone/paracetamol, hydrocodone/paracetamol, dextropropoxyphene, alprazolam and two antihistamines [361]
Lewis, RonaldRonald Lewis 1928 1982 53 Actor Sleeping pills Unknown [362]
Lewis, RudyRudy Lewis 1936 1964 27 Singer Unspecified Disputed Some sources state he died from an unspecified drug overdose while others state he choked [363]
Leyendecker, Frank XavierFrank Xavier Leyendecker 1877 1924 48 Illustrator Unspecified Suicide Suspected only [364]
[365]
Peep, LilLil Peep 1996 2017 21 Musician Alprazolam Unknown Suspected only [366]
Linden, DebbieDebbie Linden 1961 1997 36 Model, actress Heroin Unknown [367]
Linder, MaxMax Linder 1883 1925 41 Actor Barbital and morphine Suicide Linder and his wife both took the drugs then cut open veins in their arms [368]
Lingyu, RuanRuan Lingyu 1910 1935 24 Actress Sleeping pills Disputed suicide [369]
[370]
Lipscomb, GeneGene Lipscomb 1931 1963 31 American football player Heroin Unknown [371]
Livanos, AthinaAthina Livanos 1929 1974 45 Socialite Barbiturates Undetermined [372]
Livanos, EugeniaEugenia Livanos 1927 1970 42–43 Wife Barbiturates Unknown [373]
Lloyd, KevinKevin Lloyd 1949 1998 49 Actor Alcohol Accidental Lloyd was heavily intoxicated when he choked on his own vomit [374]
Lochary, DavidDavid Lochary 1944 1977 32 Actor Phencyclidine Unknown Lochary bled to death while intoxicated [375]
Loeb, PhilipPhilip Loeb 1891 1955 64 Actor Sleeping pills Suicide Suspected overdose [376]
Lowry, MalcolmMalcolm Lowry 1909 1957 47 Poet, novelist Barbiturates and alcohol Suicide (suspected) [377]
Lund, ZoeZoe Lund 1962 1999 37 Model, actress Unspecified Unknown [378]
Luna, DonyaleDonyale Luna 1945 1979 33 Model, actress Heroin Accidental [379]
[380]
Lymon, FrankieFrankie Lymon 1942 1968 25 Singer Heroin Unknown [381]
Lynott, PhilPhil Lynott 1949 1986 36 Musician Disputed Unknown Conflicting sources report various causes of death, including heart and liver failure,[382] heart failure and pneumonia after a drug overdose,[383] and blood poisoning from heroin addiction[384]
Mackenzie, BillyBilly Mackenzie 1957 1997 39 Musician Unspecified Unknown [385]
Magnuson, JimJim Magnuson 1946 1991 44 Baseball pitcher Alcohol Unknown [386]
Mahelona, JesseJesse Mahelona 1983 2009 26 American football player Alcohol Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [387]
Mainwaring, ChrisChris Mainwaring 1965 2007 41 Australian football player Cocaine Accidental [388]
[389]
Maitra, BibekBibek Maitra 1965 2006 40 Politician Unspecified Unknown [390]
Manby, ThomasThomas Manby 1769 1834 65 British naval officer Opium Unknown [391]
Mann, KlausKlaus Mann 1906 1949 42 Writer Sleeping pills Unknown [392]
Martel, SherriSherri Martel 1958 2007 49 Wrestler Oxycodone Accidental Other unspecified drugs were involved [393]
Martin, J. SellaJ. Sella Martin 1832 1876 43 Abolitionist Laudanum Suicide [394]
Maskell, VirginiaVirginia Maskell 1936 1968 31 Actress Barbiturates Unknown [395]
Massie, ThaliaThalia Massie 1911 1963 52 Wife Barbiturates Unknown [396]
Matsumoto, LisaLisa Matsumoto 1964 2007 43 Author Alcohol Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [397]
Matuszak, JohnJohn Matuszak 1950 1989 38 American football player Dextropropoxyphene Accidental [398]
Mays, BillyBilly Mays 1958 2009 50 Salesperson Cocaine Heart disease Cocaine use was listed as a contributory cause of death [399]
[400]
McComb, DavidDavid McComb 1962 1999 36 Musician Heroin Unknown [401]
McCoy, KidKid McCoy 1872 1940 67 Boxer Sleeping pills Suicide [402]
[403]
McCulloch, JimmyJimmy McCulloch 1953 1979 26 Musician Heroin Unknown [404]
McDonald, MarieMarie McDonald 1923 1965 42 Actress Unspecified multiple drugs Unknown [405]
[406]
McElroy, JimJim McElroy 1862 1889 26 Baseball player Morphine Suicide [407]
McIntosh, RobbieRobbie McIntosh 1950 1974 24 Musician Heroin Unknown [408]
McKeag, StephenStephen McKeag 1970 2000 30 Ulster Defence Association member Cocaine and unspecified painkillers Unknown [409]
McNamara, MaggieMaggie McNamara 1928 1978 49 Actress Sleeping pills Suicide [410]
McNaught, LanceLance McNaught 1981 2010 29 Wrestler Unspecified Accidental Intoxication from mixed drugs complicated a cardiomyopathy [411]
McPherson, Aimee SempleAimee Semple McPherson 1890 1944 53 Evangelist Sleeping pills Unknown [412]
Melvoin, JonathanJonathan Melvoin 1961 1996 34 Keyboardist Heroin Unknown [413]
Methot, MayoMayo Methot 1904 1951 47 Actress Alcohol Unknown [414]
Métraux, AlfredAlfred Métraux 1902 1963 60 Anthropologist Unspecified Suicide [415]
Milford, RobinRobin Milford 1903 1959 56 Composer Aspirin Suicide [416]
[417]
Millington, MaryMary Millington 1945 1979 33 Model, pornographic actress Paracetamol Suicide [418]
Miss Elizabeth, Miss Elizabeth 1960 2003 42 Wrestling manager Multiple Unknown Painkillers, nausea medication, tranquilizers and alcohol [419]
MissyMissy 1967 2008 40 Pornographic actress Unspecified prescription drugs Accidental [420]
Monroe, MarilynMarilyn Monroe 1926 1962 36 Actress Barbiturates Suicide (suspected) Officially ruled as a probable suicide though several conspiracy theories exist [421]
[422]
Montaug, HaouiHaoui Montaug 1952 1991 38–39 Bouncer Secobarbital Suicide [423]
Monteith, CoryCory Monteith 1982 2013 31 Actor, musician Heroin and alcohol Unknown [424]
Montpetit, AlainAlain Montpetit 1950 1987 36 Media personality Unspecified Unknown [425]
Montt, Teresa WilmsTeresa Wilms Montt 1893 1921 28 Writer Barbital Suicide [426]
Moon, KeithKeith Moon 1946 1978 32 Musician Anti-seizure medication Accidental The medication had been prescribed for alcoholism [427]
Moore, Ashleigh AstonAshleigh Aston Moore 1981 2007 26 Actress Unspecified Unknown Suspected overdose [428]
Moore, PerryPerry Moore 1971 2011 39 Director Multiple Accidental Methadone, morphine and benzodiazaprine [429]
Moran, DennisDennis Moran 1982 2013 30 Security hacker Heroin Unknown [430]
Morris, ChesterChester Morris 1901 1970 69 Actor Barbiturates Unknown [431]
Morrison, JimJim Morrison 1943 1971 27 Musician Heroin Heart failure Official cause of death was heart failure, though no autopsy was performed; strongly suspected to have been a heroin overdose [432]
[433]
Mossman, JamesJames Mossman 1926 1971 44 Journalist Sleeping pills Suicide [434]
Murcia, BillyBilly Murcia 1951 1972 21 Musician Methaqualone and alcohol Unknown [435]
Munson, OnaOna Munson 1903 1955 51 Actress Sleeping pills Suicide [436]
Murphy, BrittanyBrittany Murphy 1977 2009 32 Actress Unspecified Multiple Cause of death was a combination of pneumonia, an iron deficiency and combined drug intoxication of legal drugs for influenza treatment [437]
Mydland, BrentBrent Mydland 1952 1990 37 Musician Cocaine and morphine Unknown [438]
Myer, Valerie GrosvenorValerie Grosvenor Myer 1935 2007 72 Writer Sleeping pills Suicide [439]
Navarre, YvesYves Navarre 1940 1994 53 Writer Barbiturates Suicide [440]
Newman, ScottScott Newman 1950 1978 28 Actor Multiple Accidental Diazepam, alcohol and other unspecified drugs [441]
Niarchos, Tina OnassisTina Onassis Niarchos 1929 1974 45 Wife Unspecified Unknown [442]
Nichols, Ruth RowlandRuth Rowland Nichols 1901 1960 59 Aviator Barbiturates Suicide [443]
Nielsen, JoachimJoachim Nielsen 1964 2000 36 Musician, poet Unspecified Unknown [444]
Nikolic, FilipFilip Nikolic 1974 2009 35 Singer Sleeping pills Undetermined [445]
[446]
Nix, CranfordCranford Nix 1969 2002 33 Musician Unspecified Unknown [447]
Nolan, MaryMary Nolan 1902 1948 45 Actress Secobarbital Unknown [448]
North, KentKent North 1971 2007 35 Pornographic actor Unspecified Suicide (speculated) [449]
Nowell, BradleyBradley Nowell 1968 1996 28 Musician Heroin Unknown [450]
Odom, JohnJohn Odom 1982 2008 26 Baseball player Multiple Accidental Heroin, methamphetamines, benzylpiperazine and alcohol [451]
O'Grady, LaniLani O'Grady 1954 2001 46 Actress Fluoxetine and hydrocodone/paracetamol Unknown [452]
O'Keefe, JohnnyJohnny O'Keefe 1935 1978 43 Singer Unspecified Suicide [453]
[454]
Ogier, PascalePascale Ogier 1958 1984 25 Actress Unspecified Unknown [455]
Ol' Dirty Bastard, Ol' Dirty Bastard 1968 2004 35 Musician Cocaine and tramadol Accidental [456]
Ondras, CharlieCharlie Ondras 1966 1992 25 Musician Heroin Unknown [457]
Ormsby-Gore, AliceAlice Ormsby-Gore 1952 1995 42 Socialite Heroin Unknown [458]
Osborne, MattMatt Osborne 1957 2013 55 Wrestler Hydrocodone and morphine Accidental [459]
O'Sullivan, LiamLiam O'Sullivan 1981 2002 20 Football player Unspecified Unknown [460]
Pahlavi, LeilaLeila Pahlavi 1970 2001 31 Princess, model Secobarbital Unknown [461]
Paige, HaleyHaley Paige 1981 2007 25 Pornographic actress Methadone Undetermined Suspected overdose [462]
Palmer, HelenHelen Palmer 1898 1867 69 Writer Barbiturates Suicide [463]
Pantani, MarcoMarco Pantani 1970 2004 34 Cyclist Multiple Unknown Unspecified tranquilizers, antidepressants and sedatives induced cerebral and pulmonary edema [464]
Papasedero, FranFran Papasedero 1969 2003 34 American football coach Alcohol Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [465]
Parsons, GramGram Parsons 1946 1973 26 Singer Morphine and alcohol Unknown [466]
Pastorelli, RobertRobert Pastorelli 1954 2004 49 Actor Heroin Unknown [467]
Pat, JennyJenny Pat 1981 2014 33 Art dealer Unspecified prescription drugs Unknown [468]
Pavese, CesareCesare Pavese 1908 1950 41 Poet, novelist Barbiturates Suicide [469]
Pazienza, AndreaAndrea Pazienza 1956 1988 32 Comics artist Heroin Unknown [470]
Pekar, HarveyHarvey Pekar 1939 2010 70 Comic writer Bupropion and fluoxetine Accidental [471]
Perkins, CarlCarl Perkins 1928 1958 29 Pianist Heroin Unknown Suspected overdose [472]
[473]
Peterson, AmandaAmanda Peterson 1971 2015 43 Actress Morphine Accidental [474]
Pettiet, ChristopherChristopher Pettiet 1976 2000 24 Actor Unspecified Accidental [475]
Petzäll, WilliamWilliam Petzäll 1988 2012 24 Politician Unspecified Unknown [476]
Pfaff, KristenKristen Pfaff 1967 1994 27 Musician Heroin Unknown [477]
Phoenix, RiverRiver Phoenix 1970 1993 23 Actor Cocaine and heroin Accidental [478]
[479]
Pilatus, RobRob Pilatus 1965 1998 32 Musician Unspecified prescription drugs and alcohol Unknown [480]
[481]
Pimp C, Pimp C 1973 2007 33 Musician Codeine and promethazine Unknown [482]
Pizarnik, AlejandraAlejandra Pizarnik 1936 1972 36 Poet Unspecified sedatives Unknown [483]
Plato, DanaDana Plato 1964 1999 34 Actress Carisoprodol and hydrocodone/paracetamol Suicide [484]
[485]
Plut, SilvoSilvo Plut 1968 2007 38 Serial killer Sleeping pills Suicide [486]
Poe, Edgar AllanEdgar Allan Poe 1809 1849 40 Poet Laudanum Multiple Poe was killed by a combination of the laudanum alongside dipsomania and delerium tremens [487]
Pollock, JacksonJackson Pollock 1912 1956 44 Painter Alcohol Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated [488]
Porter, DarrellDarrell Porter 1952 2002 50 Baseball catcher Cocaine Unknown [489]
Preda, MarinMarin Preda 1922 1980 57 Writer Alcohol Unknown [490]
Presley, ElvisElvis Presley 1935 1977 42 Singer Multiple Disputed Fourteen drugs were involved; it is accepted they played a factor in his death, though whether they were the primary cause is debated [491]
Prevost, MarieMarie Prevost 1896 1937 38 Actress Alcohol Unknown [492]
Pride, DickieDickie Pride 1941 1969 27 Singer Sleeping pills Unknown [493]
Primich, GaryGary Primich 1958 2007 49 Singer Heroin Unknown [494]
Prince, Prince 1958 2016 57 Musician Fentanyl Accidental [495]
Pröll, FritzFritz Pröll 1915 1944 29 Resistance fighter Cyanide poisoning Suicide [496]
Pyke, GeoffreyGeoffrey Pyke 1893 1948 54 Journalist Phenobarbital Suicide [497]
Quine, RobertRobert Quine 1942 2004 61 Musician Heroin Suicide [498]
Quinn, GlennGlenn Quinn 1970 2002 32 Actor Unspecified Accidental [499]
Ramone, Dee DeeDee Dee Ramone 1951 2002 50 Musician Heroin Unknown [500]
Raphael, Nicola AnnNicola Ann Raphael 1985 2001 15 Student Dextropropoxyphene Suicide [501]
Rashad, DJDJ Rashad 1979 2014 34 Disc jockey Multiple Accidental Heroin, cocaine, and alprazolam [502]
Ray, JamesJames Ray 1941 1963c. 1963 21–23 Singer Unspecified Unknown [503]
Rayne, AmberAmber Rayne 1984 2016 31 Pornographic actress Cocaine Accidental [504]
Realf, RichardRichard Realf 1832 1878 46 Poet Morphine Unknown [505]
Reatard, JayJay Reatard 1980 2010 29 Musician Cocaine and alcohol Unknown [506]
Reeves, MichaelMichael Reeves 1943 1969 25 Film director Barbiturates and alcohol Unknown [507]
Reid, WallaceWallace Reid 1891 1923 31 Actor Morphine Unknown The morphine was prescribed [508]
Regina, ElisElis Regina 1945 1982 36 Singer Multiple Accidental Cocaine, alcohol, and temazepam [509]
Rev, TheThe Rev 1981 2009 28 Musician Multiple Unknown Oxycodone, oxymorphone, diazepam, nordiazepam and ethanol [510]
Rey, WillyWilly Rey 1949 1973 23 Model Barbiturates Unknown [511]
Richey, HelenHelen Richey 1909 1947 37–38 Aviator Sleeping pills Suicide [512]
Renfro, BradBrad Renfro 1982 2008 25 Actor Heroin and morphine Unknown [513]
Reyes, LuchaLucha Reyes 1906 1944 38 Singer Sleeping pills Suicide [514]
Ringo, FrankFrank Ringo 1860 1889 28 Baseball player Morphine Suicide [515]
[516]
Roberts, RachelRachel Roberts 1927 1980 53 Actress Barbiturates Suicide [517]
Rogers, DonDon Rogers 1962 1986 23 American football player Cocaine Unknown Drug-induced heart attack [518]
Rogers, SteveSteve Rogers 1954 2006 51 Rugby league player Antidepressants and alcohol Accidental [519]
Romilly, GilesGiles Romilly 1916 1967 50 Journalist Unspecified Unknown [520]
Rose, MonicaMonica Rose 1948 1994 45 TV show hostess Antidepressants and tranquilizers Suicide [521]
Rosenberg, EdgarEdgar Rosenberg 1925 1987 62 Film producer Diazepam Suicide [522]
[523]
Rossiter, ClintonClinton Rossiter 1917 1970 52 Historian Barbiturates Suicide [524]
Rothko, MarkMark Rothko 1903 1970 66 Painter Barbiturates Suicide Rothko also slit his wrists [525]
Rotten, AxlAxl Rotten 1971 2016 44 Wrestler Heroin Unknown [526]
Rubinstein, DaveDave Rubinstein 1964 1993 28 Singer Unspecified Suicide [527]
Rude, RickRick Rude 1958 1999 40 Wrestler Unspecified painkillers Unknown [528]
[529]
Ruffin, DavidDavid Ruffin 1941 1991 50 Musician Cocaine Unknown [530]
Ryan, GerryGerry Ryan 1956 2010 53 Radio personality Cocaine Heart attack Heart attack was suspected to be triggered by cocaine [531]
Sällström, JohannaJohanna Sällström 1974 2007 32 Actress Unspecified Suicide [532]
Samarakoon, AnandaAnanda Samarakoon 1911 1962 51 Composer, musician Sleeping pills Unknown [533]
Sanders, GeorgeGeorge Sanders 1906 1972 65 Actor Pentobarbital Suicide [534]
Sash, TylerTyler Sash 1988 2015 27 American football player Hydrocodone and methadone Accidental [535]
Saunders, John BakerJohn Baker Saunders 1954 1999 44 Musician Heroin Unknown [536]
Sassoon, CatyaCatya Sassoon 1968 2002 33 Model, actress Cocaine and hydromorphone Unknown [537]
Savić, SonjaSonja Savić 1961 2008 47 Actress Unspecified Unknown [538]
Schmitz, SybilleSybille Schmitz 1909 1955 45 Actress Sleeping pills Suicide [539]
Sinclair, DonaldDonald Sinclair 1911 1995 84 Veterinary surgeon Barbiturates Suicide [540]
Scala, GiaGia Scala 1934 1972 38 Actress, model Unspecified drugs and alcohol Accidental [541]
Schwatka, FrederickFrederick Schwatka 1849 1892 43 Army officer Opiates Suicide Conflicting sources report morphine or laudanum as causing the overdose [542]
[543]
Scott, BonBon Scott 1946 1980 33 Musician Alcohol Unknown [544]
Scott, RonnieRonnie Scott 1927 1996 69 Musician Barbiturates Accidental The barbiturates were prescribed [545]
Scott III, GeorgeGeorge Scott III 1953 1980 26 Bass player Unspecified Unknown [546]
Screen, PatPat Screen 1943 1994 51 American football player Unspecified Unknown [547]
Scurry, RodRod Scurry 1956 1992 36 Baseball pitcher Cocaine Unknown Drug-induced heart attack [548]
Seabrook, WilliamWilliam Seabrook 1884 1945 61 Writer Sleeping pills Suicide [549]
[550]
Seberg, JeanJean Seberg 1938 1979 40 Actress Barbiturates and alcohol Suicide [551]
Sedgwick, EdieEdie Sedgwick 1943 1971 28 Actress Barbiturates and alcohol Undetermined Her death certificate states the immediate cause of death was "probable acute barbiturate intoxication" due to ethanol intoxication [552]
Shaver, EddyEddy Shaver 1962 2000 38 Musician Heroin Accidental [553]
Shaw, MarkMark Shaw 1921 1969 47 Photographer Amphetamines Unknown [554]
[555]
Sheehan, BobbyBobby Sheehan 1968 1999 31 Musician Unspecified Unknown [556]
Sheldon, TobyToby Sheldon 1980 2015 35 Songwriter Multiple Accidental Hydrocodone/paracetamol, alprazolam, alcohol and temazepam [557]
Show, EricEric Show 1956 1994 37 Baseball player Cocaine and heroin Unknown [558]
Siddal, ElizabethElizabeth Siddal 1829 1862 32 Model, poet Laudanum Unknown [559]
Sill, JudeeJudee Sill 1944 1979 35 Musician Cocaine and heroin Unknown [560]
Simpson, DonDon Simpson 1943 1996 52 Film producer Cocaine and unspecified prescription drugs Unknown Drug-induced heart failure [561]
Singing Nun, TheThe Singing Nun 1933 1985 51 Nun Barbiturates and alcohol Suicide [562]
[563]
Sisson, VeraVera Sisson 1891 1954 63 Actress Barbiturates Suicide [564]
Sloane, EverettEverett Sloane 1909 1965 55 Actor Barbiturates Suicide [565]
Slovak, HillelHillel Slovak 1962 1988 26 Musician Heroin Unknown [566]
Smith, AlvinAlvin Smith 1798 1823 25 Carpenter's assistant Mercury poisoning Accidental Officially administered to cure bilious colic, though speculated as murder [567]
Smith, Anna NicoleAnna Nicole Smith 1967 2007 39 Model Multiple Accidental Unspecified anti-depressants, diazepam, chloral hydrate, oseltamivir, methadone, sleeping pills, anti-anxiety medication and human growth hormone [568]
[569]
Smith, ChristineChristine Smith 1946 1979 32 Skier Multiple Suicide Chloralhydrate, paracetamol and salicylic acid [570]
Smith, Daniel WayneDaniel Wayne Smith 1986 2006 20 Student Multiple Unknown Cardiac dysrhythmia caused by methadone, escitalopram and sertraline [571]
Snow, DashDash Snow 1981 2009 27 Artist Heroin Unknown [572]
Soblen, RobertRobert Soblen 1900 1962 61 Psychiatrist Barbiturates Unknown [573]
Spanevello, ErinErin Spanevello 1987 2008 21 Model Gamma-Hydroxybutyric acid and MDMA Unknown [574]
Spicolli, LouieLouie Spicolli 1971 1998 27 Wrestler Unspecified Unknown Conflicting sources state drug overdose or coronary disease that might have been impacted by drug use [280]
[575]
Spirescu, OscarOscar Spirescu 1874 1918 43–44 Composer Chloroform Suicide [576]
Staley, LayneLayne Staley 1967 2002 34 Musician Multiple Unknown Cocaine, heroin and codeine [577]
Starr, MikeMike Starr 1966 2011 44 Musician Unspecified prescription drugs Unknown [578]
Static, WayneWayne Static 1965 2014 48 Musician Multiple Accidental Ooxycodone, hydromorphone, alprazolam and with alcohol [579]
Steele, JahnaJahna Steele 1958 2008 49 Showgirl Multiple Unknown Cocaine, hydromorphone and morphine [580]
Stefano, JoeyJoey Stefano 1968 1994 26 Pornographic actor Multiple Unknown Cocaine, morphine, heroin and ketamine [581]
[582]
Stern, MiroslavaMiroslava Stern 1926 1955 29 Actress Sleeping pills Suicide [583]
Steuerman-Rodion, AvramAvram Steuerman-Rodion 1872 1918 45 Poet, physician Morphine Suicide [584]
Steven, CarlCarl Steven 1974 2011 36 Actor Heroin Unknown [585]
Stevens, IngerInger Stevens 1934 1970 35 Actress Barbiturates Suicide [586]
Stewart, CathyCathy Stewart 1956 1994 38 Pornographic actress Unspecified Unknown [587]
Stinson, AlbertAlbert Stinson 1944 1969 24 Musician Unspecified Unknown [588]
Storm, RoryRory Storm 1939 1972 34 Musician Sleeping pills and alcohol Unknown [589]
Stradner, RoseRose Stradner 1913 1958 45 Actress Unspecified Suicide [590]
Sullavan, MargaretMargaret Sullavan 1909 1960 50 Actress Barbiturates Suicide [591]
Summers, PaigePaige Summers 1976 2003 27 Pornographic actress Unspecified Unknown [592]
Surdam, R. G.R. G. Surdam 1835 1891 56 Real-estate agent Laudanum Accidental [593]
Svatoš, MarekMarek Svatoš 1982 2016 34 Ice hockey player Multiple Unknown Codeine, morphine and alprazolam [594]
Syme, JenniferJennifer Syme 1972 2001 28 Actress Multiple Accidental Motor-vehicle collision while intoxicated by cocaine, clonazepam and cyclobenzaprine [595]
Tabor, JoanJoan Tabor 1932 1968 36 Actress Unspecified influenza medication Accidental [596]
Tanaka, HidemitsuHidemitsu Tanaka 1913 1949 36 Writer Sleeping pills Suicide [597]
Tartaglia, WarrenWarren Tartaglia 1944 1965 22 Musician Heroin Unknown [598]
Tatum, ChaseChase Tatum 1973 2008 34 Wrestler Unspecified Unknown Suspected overdose; Tatum was addicted to painkillers for years [599]
Taylor, MackenzieMackenzie Taylor 1978 2010 32 Comedian Unspecified Suicide [600]
Taylor, VincentVincent Taylor 1949 1974 24–25 Musician Heroin Unknown [601]
[602]
Teasdale, SaraSara Teasdale 1884 1933 48 Poet Sleeping pills Suicide [603]
Tempe Girl, Tempe Girl 1985c. 1985 2002 15–19 Unidentified decedent Unspecified Unknown [604]
Test, Test 1975 2009 33 Wrestler Oxycodone Accidental [605]
Thain, GaryGary Thain 1948 1975 27 Musician Heroin Unknown [606]
Thompson, JohnJohn Thompson 1938 1976 38 Poet Barbiturates and alcohol Unknown [607]
Thompson, LindaLinda Thompson 1953 2009 56 Conspiracy theorist Unspecified painkillers Suicide The painkillers were prescribed [608]
ThooftJotie T'Hooft 1956 1977 21 Poet Unspecified Unknown [609]
Thunders, JohnnyJohnny Thunders 1952 1991 38 Musician Disputed Unknown Autopsy results were inconclusive, though it is generally believed to be drug-related, and has been attributed to methadone and cocaine overdose [610]
Timberlake, JamesJames Timberlake 1846 1891 44 Lawman Morphine Unknown [611]
Tong, SammeeSammee Tong 1901 1964 63 Actor Barbiturates Suicide Suspected overdose [612]
Trakl, GeorgGeorg Trakl 1887 1914 27 Poet Cocaine Suicide [613]
Trimmer, WilliamWilliam Trimmer 1822c. 1822 1867 54–56 Vigneron Laudanum Suicide [614]
Tucholsky, KurtKurt Tucholsky 1890 1935 45 Journalist Barbital Unknown [615]
Tuinei, MarkMark Tuinei 1960 1999 39 American football player Heroin and MDMA Unknown [616]
Traina, NickNick Traina 1978 1997 19 Singer Morphine Unknown [617]
Treigle, NormanNorman Treigle 1927 1975 48 Singer Sleeping pills Accidental [618]
Tryon, AmyAmy Tryon 1970 2012 42 Equestrian Oxycodone and other opiates Accidental [619]
Turing, AlanAlan Turing 1912 1954 41 Computer scientist Cyanide poisoning Disputed suicide [620]
Turner, D. M.D. M. Turner 1962 1996 34 Author Ketamine Unknown Drowned in the bath while intoxicated [621]
Turner, LynnLynn Turner 1968 2010 42 Murderer Propranolol Suicide [622]
Turner, IkeIke Turner 1931 2007 76 Musician, producer Cocaine Unknown Hypertensive cardiovascular disease and emphysema were contributing factors [623]
Twardzik, DickDick Twardzik 1931 1955 24 Pianist Heroin Unknown [624]
Twelvetrees, HelenHelen Twelvetrees 1908 1958 49 Actress Unspecified Suicide [625]
Tyndall, JohnJohn Tyndall 1820 1893 73 Physicist Chloral hydrate Accidental [626]
Uhnak, DorothyDorothy Uhnak 1930 2006 76 Author Unspecified Suicide [627]
Umaga, Umaga 1973 2009 36 Wrestler Unspecified Unknown [628]
Ure, MaryMary Ure 1933 1975 42 Actress Barbiturates and alcohol Accidental [629]
Urquijo, EnriqueEnrique Urquijo 1960 1999 39 Singer Unspecified Unknown [630]
Vachon, LunaLuna Vachon 1962 2010 48 Wrestler Benzodiazepine and oxycodone Accidental [631]
Vaessen, PaulPaul Vaessen 1961 2001 39 Football player Unspecified Unknown [632]
Vedas, BrandonBrandon Vedas 1981 2003 21 Computer expert Multiple Unknown Alcohol, cannabis, psilocybin mushroom, clonazepam, temazepam, methadone, hydrocodone and propanolol [633]
[634]
VelezLupe Vélez 1908 1944 36 Actress Secobarbital Suicide [635]
VerMeulen, MichaelMichael VerMeulen 1956 1995 38 Magazine editor Cocaine Unknown [636]
Vincent, JonJon Vincent 1962 2000 38 Pornographic actor Heroin Unknown [637]
Vicious, SidSid Vicious 1957 1979 21 Musician Heroin Suicide (suspected) [638]
Von Erich, MikeMike Von Erich 1964 1987 23 Wrestler Tranquilizer Suicide [639]
Walcamp, MarieMarie Walcamp 1894 1936 42 Actress Unspecified painkillers Suicide [640]
Walker, RobertRobert Walker 1918 1951 32 Actor Unspecified sedatives Accidental [641]
Ward, JeremyJeremy Ward 1976 2003 27 Sound technician Unspecified Unknown [642]
Ward, StephenStephen Ward 1912 1963 50 Osteopathic physician Sleeping pills Suicide Death was officially ruled a suicide but it has been speculated as murder [643]
Washington, DinahDinah Washington 1924 1963 39 Singer Secobarbital and amobarbital Unknown [644]
Watts, PeterPeter Watts 1946 1976 30 Road manager Heroin Unknown [645]
Waymer, DaveDave Waymer 1958 1993 34 American football player Cocaine Accidental Drug-induced heart attack [646]
Welsh, MikeyMikey Welsh 1971 2011 40 Musician Unspecified Unknown [647]
Weiland, ScottScott Weiland 1967 2015 48 Musician Multiple Accidental Cocaine, ethanol and 3,4-Methylenedioxyamphetamine [648]
Weinberger, JaromírJaromír Weinberger 1896 1967 71 Composer Unspecified sedatives Unknown [649]
West, SandraSandra West 1939 1977 38 Socialite Unspecified prescription drugs Unknown [650]
Wevill, AssiaAssia Wevill 1927 1969 41 Poet Sleeping pills Suicide Wevill took the pills then exposed himself to carbon monoxide [651]
Whitear, RachelRachel Whitear 1979 2000 21 Student Heroin Accidental [652]
Whiteley, BrettBrett Whiteley 1939 1992 53 Artist Heroin Unknown [653]
Whitley, KeithKeith Whitley 1955 1989 33 Singer Alcohol Unknown [654]
Whitten, DannyDanny Whitten 1943 1972 29 Musician Diazepam and alcohol Unknown [655]
Widgery, DavidDavid Widgery 1947 1992 45 Writer Multiple Unknown Alcohol, barbiturates and pethidine [656]
Wilkinson, EllenEllen Wilkinson 1891 1947 55 Politician Barbiturates Unknown [657]
Williams, KennethKenneth Williams 1926 1988 62 Actor Barbiturates Unknown [658]
[659]
Williams, RickyRicky Williams 1956 1992 36 Musician Heroin Unknown [660]
Wilson, AlanAlan Wilson 1943 1970 27 Musician Barbiturates Accidental Death was officially ruled accidental though has been speculated as suicide [661]
Winehouse, AmyAmy Winehouse 1983 2011 27 Singer Alcohol Unknown [662]
Winton, ShereeSheree Winton 1935 1976 39 Singer Barbiturates Suicide [663]
Withers, GrantGrant Withers 1905 1959 54 Actor Sleeping pills Suicide [664]
Wittels, HarrisHarris Wittels 1984 2015 30 Comedian Heroin Accidental [665]
Wittman, CarlCarl Wittman 1943 1986 42 Activist Unspecified Suicide [666]
Wong, LindaLinda Wong 1951 1987 36 Pornographic actress Unspecified Unknown [667]
Wood, AndrewAndrew Wood 1966 1990 24 Singer Heroin Unknown [668]
Wood, AnnaAnna Wood 1980 1995 15 Student MDMA Water intoxication Died from water intoxication secondary to use of MDMA [669]
Wood, NatalieNatalie Wood 1938 1981 43 Actress Alcohol Accidental Drowned while intoxicated by alcohol; there were traces of a motion-sickness pill and a painkiller in her blood, both of which would have increased the effects of alcohol [670]
[671]
Yasen, CorissaCorissa Yasen 1973 2001 27 Athlete Multiple Unknown Diazepam, hydrocodone, lorazepam, fluoxetine and other drugs including anti-depressants, painkillers and anxiety medications [672]
Yates, PaulaPaula Yates 1959 2000 41 TV presenter Heroin Accidental [673]
Yeomans, KellyKelly Yeomans 1984 1997 13 Student Dextropropoxyphene Suicide [674]
[675]
Yero, ElvisElvis Yero 1965 2001 36 Boxer Unspecified Unknown [676]
Zandt, Philip VanPhilip Van Zandt 1904 1958 53 Actor Unspecified Unknown [677]
Zettner, ZekeZeke Zettner 1948 1973 25 Musician Heroin Unknown [678]
Zweig, StefanStefan Zweig 1881 1942 60 Playwright Sleeping pills Suicide [679]

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