Famous People Who Died on May 5
Activist / 1954 - 1981
Bobby Sands was an Irish nationalist who led a hunger strike in prison in 1981. He was elected Member of Parliament during the strike and died May 5, 1981.
Theodore H. Maiman
Got something to say?blog comments powered by Disqus
- Famous People Who Died on January 5
- Famous People Who Died on February 5
- Famous People Who Died on March 5
- Famous People Who Died on April 5
- Famous People Who Died on June 5
- Famous People Who Died on July 5
- Famous People Who Died on August 5
- Famous People Who Died on September 5
- Famous People Who Died on October 5
- Famous People Who Died on November 5
profile name: Napoleon profile occupation: Military Leader, Political Leader, Emperor
profile id: 541392
profile name: Josiah Henson profile occupation: Activist, Minister
profile id: 20941955
profile name: Bobby Sands profile occupation: Activist
profile id: 507383
profile name: Umaru Musa Yar'Adua profile occupation: World Leader
profile id: 283646
profile name: Violet Jessop profile occupation:
profile id: 9395793
profile name: Theodore H. Maiman profile occupation: Physicist
Sign in with Facebook to see how you and your friends are connected to famous icons.
Your Friends' Connections
Other groups you may
be interested in
In 2002, four years after the death of his wife Linda, former Beatle Paul McCartney married model Heather Mills—without a prenuptial agreement. After having a baby, the couple separated in 2006. Mills talked to the press, and the divorce turned bitter. In 2008, Mills walked away with $50 million.
2 people in this group
Heather Mills and Paul McCartney
Get more on the members of the Backstreet Boys, one of the biggest pop groups ever to hit the charts. The famous boy band's 1997 debut album sold 13 million copies with songs like "Quit Playin' Games (With My Heart)" and "As Long as You Love Me." Decades of touring and hits followed. Explore full biographies, photos and more of the Backstreet Boys, including Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, Howie Dorough, AJ McLean and Brian Littrell, only at Biography.com.
4 people in this group
The younger siblings of the Osmond family, Donny and Marie Osmond started performing at an early age. Donny first entered the public eye when he joined his older brothers' singing group,"The Osmonds," and appeared regularly on"The Andy Williams Show." Donny and Marie both recorded solo albums before joining forces to star on the 70s TV variety show "Donny & Marie." In the late 1990s, the duo co-hosted their own talk show. Donny and Marie both enjoyed newfound popularity after separately appearing on the hit reality competition show, "Dancing with the Stars." In 2008, they announced an exclusive engagement of concerts at the Flamingo Hotel in Las Vegas.
2 people in this group