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Prominente, die 2023 gestorben sind

By Jordi Bou

December 31, 2023 - Eine kleine Auswahl von politischer Prominenz, die 2023 gestorben sind. Dazu gehört die ehemalige US First Lady Rosalynn Carter, der frühere US Außenminister Henry Kissinger, der Langzeit Premierminister von Italien, Silvio Berlusconi und Pakistans Ex-Präsident Pervez Musharraf. Weiters einige bekannte Schauspieler und Singer/Songwriter und ein ganz berühmter Fußballer, Bobby Charlton.

Rosalynn Carter, 96. Wife of U.S. President Jimmy Carter transformed the role of First Lady as a key advocate for women’s rights and mental health.

Matthew Perry, 54. Actor best known as wisecracking Chandler Bing in Friends, one of the most popular TV sitcoms of all time.

Silvio Berlusconi, 86. Brash billionaire media tycoon was Italy’s longest-serving prime minister, in power for four terms between 1994 and 2011.

Pervez Musharraf, 79. Former general and Pakistan president became an influential figure in the struggle between militant Islamists and the West.

Henry Kissinger, 100. Former U.S. secretary of state who played a pivotal but controversial role in
shaping American foreign policy during the Cold War.

Barry Humphries, 89. Australian comedian best known for his alter ego, Dame Edna Everage – an outlandish housewife from Melbourne.

Sinéad O’Connor, 56. Irish singer, songwriter and political activist shot to fame after her biggest hit, Nothing Compares 2 U, topped charts worldwide.

Tina Turner, 83. Pioneering pop icon found fame with husband Ike before going on to global solo success with hits like The Best.

Harry Belafonte, 96. Singer and actor who popularised calypso music in the 1950s and became
a dynamic force in the U.S. civil rights movement.

Raquel Welch, 82. Actress who became an international sex symbol as a deerskin bikini-clad cavewoman in the 1966 film One Million Years B.C.

Bobby Charlton, 86. One of football’s all-time greats, Manchester Utd and England legend won World Cup, European Cup and Ballon d’Or.

Glenda Jackson, 87. Multi-award winning actress who gave up career to serve in UK Parliament for 23 years, before returning to acting at 80.

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PUBLISHED: 14/12/2023; STORY: Julie Mullins; PICTURES: Getty Images, Newscom
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