Famous People Who Died in 2003
View famous people who died in 2003 such as Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, and Katharine Hepburn.
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profile name: Johnny Cash profile occupation: Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer
profile id: 16257320
profile name: June Carter Cash profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
profile id: 9462161
profile name: Fred Rogers profile occupation: Minister, Television Personality
profile id: 9335828
profile name: Katharine Hepburn profile occupation: Film Actress, Theater Actress
profile id: 40369
profile name: Celia Cruz profile occupation: Singer
profile id: 9183487
profile name: Idi Amin profile occupation: Military Leader, World Leader
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