10 Celebrities’ Famous Last Words

Sometimes it becomes really very difficult to accept the loss of our celebrities. The sudden death incidents of those we love the most leave a long-lasting sad impact on our hearts. No matter we’ve lost our relative, friend, or even an actor or actress we had been in love—the death and the thought that he won’t come back to us are the two enough factors to make us cry.

Today, with lots of sorrows in my heart, I have compiled a list of 10 celebrities’ famous last words. I am sure you must be missing one of them because these celebrities have had been our favorite. So let us check out!

10. Karl Marx (1818-1883)


We know Karl Marx to be an amazing German political theorist of 18th century. He was a multitalented person, having exceptional skills as a philosopher and economist. Karl has been known for his works like “The Communist Manifesto” (1848) and Das Kapital (1867). He died of catarrh. The disease started developing in 1881, and it took about two years to Karl to loss his life. His last words were “last words are for fools who haven’t said enough.”

9. Walt Disney (1901-1966)


Walt Disney is known for the park made with his name in California. He was an American business magnate, artist, cartoonist, screenwriter, and philanthropist. For his immense contributions in different walks of life, Walt was awarded with 22 Academy Awards, 4 Academy Awards and 7 Emmy Awards. Not only in California, but also in different parts of the world Disneyland is a famous amusement park—the name was taken from Walt Disney’s name. He was treated for malignant lung tumor in 1966, and died on December 15, 1966 of acute circulatory collapse. His last words were scribbled on a piece of paper, “Kurt Russell.”

8. Kit Carson (1809-1868)


Kit Carson is an American frontiersman. His contribution as an expert is known the world over, in addition to his involvement in settling America’s frontier. His last words were, “I just wish I had time for one more bowl of chili.”

7. Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888)


Louisa May Alcott was from America. She was famous for his novels and got various awards as well. She especially used to write novels for women. She kept on working on her novels the end of her time in 1888. During Civil War, she was suffering from typhoid fever and was treated with mercury. She died at the age of 55 in Boston, and her last words were, “Is it not meningitis?”

6. Nostradamus (1503-1566)


Nostradamus was a French apothecary and seer, who had been famous for his published prophecies. Born Michel de Nostradame, he obtained his degree in 1529. during 1550, he moved away from medicine and published several almanacs. He was having gout, which by 1566 turned to edema. His last words were, “You will not find me alive at sunrise.”

5. Jack Daniel (1850-1911)


Jack Daniel was from America. He was a famous distiller and founder of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey distillery. He lost his life due to blood poisoning in Lynchburg in 1911. Unfortunately Jack could not keep up on his life, because God didn’t give him a chance to survive. His last words were, “Alas, I could survive”.

4. Richard Harris (1930-2002)


Richard Harris was an Irish singer, actor and actor. He got fame for his movies Camelot (1967) and Harry Potter. He lost his life due to pneumonia resulting from Hodgkin’s disease in 2002 at the age of 72. His last words were “It was the food.”

3. Dimebag Darrell (1966-2004)


Dimebag Darrell was a famous musician of America. He remained a member of different bands for a long, such as Pantera and Damageplan. He was killed by a man, Nathan Gale. His last words were “Van Halen!”

2. Simon Bolivar (1783-1830)


Simon Bolivar was from South America. He was a well known military leader. He died of tuberculosis at the age of 47 in 1830. His last words were, “Damn it! How will I ever get out of this labyrinth”.

1. John Adams (1735-1826)


John Adams is famous as the 2nd president of USA. Before his death, he gave a speech, some of his last words were, “My best wishes, in the joys, and festivities, and the solemn services of that day on which will be completed the fiftieth year from its birth…” Adams died in July, 1826.

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