Famous People Who Died on October 5
Comedian / 1921 - 2004
Rodney Dangerfield was a stand-up comedian and actor known for his "I don't get no respect" routine. He starred in the hit movie comedies, Caddyshack and Back to School, during the 1980s.
Joseph Di Mambro
Mass Murderer, Cult Leader, Religious Leader / 1924 - 1994
Joseph Di Mambro and Luc Jouret formed the Order of the Solar Temple and allegedly set fire to Swiss OST buildings, killing themselves and 46 others.
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 May 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 November 5
profile name: Steve Jobs profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Inventor
profile id: 9503607
profile name: Tecumseh profile occupation: Military Leader
profile id: 9542630
profile name: Rodney Dangerfield profile occupation: Comedian
profile id: 39048
profile name: Louis Brandeis profile occupation: Supreme Court Justice
profile id: 235990
profile name: Joseph Di Mambro profile occupation: Mass Murderer, Cult Leader, Religious Leader
profile id: 9427247
profile name: Jacques Offenbach profile occupation: Songwriter
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
Cast of Friends
6 people in this group
More than 30,000 gangs plague American streets, wreaking havoc from Los Angeles to New York. This violent subculture floods cities with drug traffic, extortion, and even weapons trading. But some members stand apart from others for their fearless attitudes and business savvy. From Leroy "Nicky" Barnes, one of Harlem's biggest drug king pins, to Kody "Monster" Scott, a member of L.A.'s Crips gang by the age of 13, these notorious gangsters have become legendary for rising to the top of their organizations by pushing the limits, no matter the cost.
25 people in this group
An acronym was born the day actor Philip Michael Thomas (a.k.a. Detective Rico Tubbs of Miami Vice fame) announced his aspiration to win an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony within five years. But it was his gold EGOT medallion, which he had made as a reminder of his aims, that really solidified the term in Hollywood history. Sadly, Thomas still hasn't achieved his 1984 goal but, to be fair, only a small group of performers ever has. Here are the notable few who have made awards history.
14 people in this group