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The following is a list of notable deaths in November 2020. Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname. A typical entry lists information in the following sequence: Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent country of citizenship (if applicable), reason for notability, cause of death (if known), and reference.November 2020 1 Carol Arthur, 85, American actress (Blazing Saddles), Alzheimer's disease. Julio Bécquer, 88, Cuban baseball player (Washington Senators, Los Angeles Angels, Minnesota Twins). Tonny Bruins Slot, 73, Dutch football manager (FC Barcelona, Ajax, Benfica). Rachel Caine, 58, American novelist, soft-tissue sarcoma. Chang Yi, 68, Taiwanese film director (Jade Love, Kuei-Mei, a Woman), co-founder of Liuli Gongfang. Paul Crane, 76, American football player (New York Jets). Ali El Kenz, 74, Algerian writer and sociologist. John R. Dunne, 90, American jurist and politician, member of the New York Senate. Tuomas Gerdt, 98, Finnish military officer, last surviving Mannerheim Cross recipient. Yalçın Granit, 88, Turkish Olympic basketball player (1952). Eddie Hassell, 30, American actor (The Kids Are All Right, Surface, Devious Maids), shot. Keith Hitchins, 89, American historian specialized on Romanian history. Pedro Iturralde, 91, Spanish saxophonist and composer. Phil K, 51, Australian DJ (Lostep), bladder cancer. Dan Kohn, 47, American entrepreneur, founder of NetMarket, complications from colon cancer. Burhan Kuzu, 65, Turkish politician, MP (2002–2018), COVID-19. Nikolay Maksyuta, 73, Russian politician, Governor of Volgograd Oblast (1997–2010), COVID-19. Don McDermott, 90, American speed skater, Olympic silver medalist (1952). Nikki McKibbin, 42, American singer-songwriter and reality show contestant (American Idol), brain aneurysm. Des Moore, 88, Australian economist. Jorge Núñez Sánchez, 73, Ecuadorian writer and historian, cancer. Ronnie Peel, 74, Australian guitarist and singer (Thunderclap Newman, The La De Da's, John Paul Young). Stafford Poole, 90, American Catholic priest and research historian. Enuga Sreenivasulu Reddy, 96, Indian anti-Apartheid activist. Lady Elizabeth Shakerley, 79, British socialite. Tinín, 74, Spanish matador. Billy Tubbs, 85, American basketball coach (Lamar Cardinals, Oklahoma Sooners, TCU Horned Frogs), leukemia.2 Dietrich Adam, 67, German actor (Mostly Martha, French for Beginners, Storm of Love). Robert Sam Anson, 75, American journalist and author. Earl Brian, 78, American physician and businessman. Dorothy Christ, 95, American baseball player (South Bend Blue Sox). Nancy Darsch, 68, American basketball coach, Olympic champion (1984, 1996), complications from Parkinson's disease. Léo de Almeida Neves, 88, Brazilian politician, economist and lawyer, Deputy (1967–1969, 1983–1987), intestinal problems. Rajko Đurić, 73, Serbian writer. Roy Edwards, 66, American politician, member of the Wyoming House of Representatives (since 2015), COVID-19. Peter Goodwright, 84, English impressionist (Who Do You Do?). Chuck Hartman, 85, American baseball coach (Virginia Tech Hokies). Ashish Kakkad, 49, Indian film director (Mission Mummy), writer and actor (Kai Po Che!, Vitamin She), heart attack. T. N. Krishnan, 92, Indian Carnatic violinist. Ahmed Laraki, 89, Moroccan politician, Prime Minister (1969–1971). Euan MacKie, 84, British archaeologist and anthropologist. Bhagirathi Majhi, 66, Indian politician, MP (2006–2010), COVID-19. Trevor Malloch, 91, New Zealand cricketer (Wellington). Oscar W. McConkie Jr., 94, American politician, President of the Utah State Senate (1965–1966), COVID-19. Raju Mishra, 72, Indian cinematographer (Aranya Rodan, Nirbachana, Joymoti), screenwriter and film director, cardiac arrest. Park Ji-sun, 35, South Korean comedian and actress. Gigi Proietti, 80, Italian actor (Febbre da cavallo, Lady Liberty, Brancaleone at the Crusades) and comedian, heart attack. Rodolfo Rabanal, 80, Argentine writer and journalist, brain cancer. Elsa Raven, 91, American actress (Back to the Future, Amen, Titanic). John Sessions, 67, British actor and comedian (Stella Street, Spitting Image, Whose Line Is It Anyway?), heart attack. Satish Prasad Singh, 84, Indian politician, MP (1980–1984) and Chief Minister of Bihar (1968), COVID-19. Maria Tsien, 95, American actress. Max Ward, 98, Canadian aviator, founder of Wardair. Baron Wolman, 83, American photographer (Rolling Stone), complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.3 Isaac Alvarez, 90, French actor and mime. Anthony Van Dyck, 4, Irish racehorse, euthanised. Irvin Baxter Jr., 75, American Pentecostal preacher and televangelist, COVID-19. Henry Brind, 93, British diplomat, ambassador to Somalia (1977–1980) and high commissioner to Malawi (1983–1987). Gennady Bukharin, 91, Russian sprint canoeist, double World champion (1958). Blair Campbell, 74, Australian cricketer (Victoria, Tasmania) and footballer (Richmond). Taymi Chappe, 52, Cuban-Spanish Olympic fencer (1996). Anne Covell, 70, Canadian Olympic athlete (1968). Claude Giraud, 84, French actor (Angélique, Marquise des Anges, Circle of Love, The Mad Adventures of Rabbi Jacob). William Helburn, 96, American photographer. Dharshibhai Khanpura, 80, Indian politician, Gujarat MLA (1990–2007, 2012–2017), COVID-19. Matti Laakso, 79, Finnish Olympic wrestler (1960, 1964, 1972). Faustas Latėnas, 64, Lithuanian composer (My Little Wife, Wooden Staircase). Seno Nugroho, 48, Indonesian artist and puppeteer, heart attack. Aileen Passloff, 89, American dancer and choreographer, heart failure. Jacques Pereira, 65, Portuguese footballer (Braga, Porto, national team), heart failure. H. G. Somashekar Rao, 86, Indian actor (27 Mavalli Circle, Mithileya Seetheyaru, Koormavatara), cardiac arrest. Grzegorz Szerszenowicz, 75, Polish footballer (Broń Radom, Jagiellonia Białystok, Mazur Ełk). Don Talbot, 87, Australian Olympic Hall of Fame swimming coach.4 Lakhdar Bouregaa, 87, Algerian independentist militant, COVID-19. Maurice Faivre, 94, French general and political scientist. Theodore Friend, 89, American historian, president of Swarthmore College (1973–1982), cancer. Ken Hensley, 75, English singer-songwriter (Uriah Heep, Blackfoot, Toe Fat). Bruce Hurley, 86, American politician, member of the Tennessee House of Representatives (1971–1989). Faraaz Khan, 50, Indian actor (Fareb, Mehndi, Achanak 37 Saal Baad), neurological disease. Benjamin LaGuer, 57, American convicted rapist, liver disease. Naomi Long Madgett, 97, American poet. Sergio Matteucci, 89, Italian voice actor and radio presenter. Tom Metzger, 82, American white supremacist, founder of White Aryan Resistance, Parkinson's disease. John Meyer, 78, American football player (Houston Oilers) and coach (Green Bay Packers, Boston/New England Patriots), COVID-19. Adam David Miller, 98, American poet and memoirist. Moncef Ouannes, 63–64, Tunisian sociologist, COVID-19. Abdul Rashid, 73, Pakistani field hockey playe.... Discover the Justin Rishel popular books. Find the top 100 most popular Justin Rishel books.

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