Famous People Who Died on October 2
Film Actor, Television Actor, Guitarist, Singer / 1907 - 1998Actor Gene Autry, or the "Singing Cowboy," starred in Western movies from the 1930s to the early 1960s. He won two Grammy Hall of Fame Awards for his work.
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