Global sadness: Celebrities who marched in 2020
February 18, 2021 18:22
Faced with the inevitable passage of time, the list of celebrities who left during this 2020 increased in reference to the most recent years and left an indelible mark marked by the arrival of a terrible virus that affected all of humanity and took some of the characters. more talented and more humane.
It was unexpected that after just a little more than the first month of 2020, the news was already jumping that the legendary basketball player Kobe Bryant had died with his daughter after the private helicopter that used to transport him had crashed.Hard blow for sports!
Among the list of celebrities below, those of characters such as: Quino; author of the comic strip ‘Mafalda’, the ex-wife of John Travolta; the actress Kelly Preston, the singer-songwriter Luis Fernando Aute, the Italian composer Ennio Morricone or the Spanish filmmaker José Luis Cuerda.
Pau Donés: The founder of the popular band Jarabe de Palo was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2015, news that kept him away from the stage for a while, to which he returned until 1 year before his death on June 6, 2020 . Naya rivera: The actress of the North American series ‘Glee’ shook the world in the first days of July after drowning in a lake where she used to go with her daughter, leaving the infant in the boat with a life preserver at her side. Nick lamb: Among the victims of the new SARS CoV-2 virus is the Broadway actor who was only 41 years old when he lost the battle to Covid. Diego Armando Maradona: Beyond his life so controversial outside the field of play, the ‘God’ of the Argentines passed to a better destiny on November 25, a national date for lovers of football, other sports and other personalities of the world. Kirk Douglas: Father of actor Michael Douglas, he said goodbye like a Hollywood legend at 103 years of age on February 6 of last year. He is remembered for multiple roles such as that of the famous painter Vincent van Gogh, in the movie ‘The Madman with Red Hair’ and the honorary Oscar Award.
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