Deaths

Deaths In September 2023

In September 2023, we lost many well-known people from the music, film, and TV industries. Keep scrolling to see the list of celebrities who died in September 2023.

Deaths in September 2023

1 September 2023

  • Dennis Austin, 76, American computer programmer, co-creator of Microsoft PowerPoint, metastatic lung cancer.
  • Robert Becerra, 64, American guitarist (Stains).
  • Ken Bennett, 83, Australian footballer (Collingwood).
  • Jimmy Buffett, 76, American singer-songwriter (“Margaritaville”, “Cheeseburger in Paradise”), founder of Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, Merkel-cell carcinoma.
  • Gerald P. Carmen, 93, American diplomat, representative to the European Office of the UN (1984–1986) and administrator of the GSA (1981–1984).
  • Rudy Carrié [es], 85, Argentine actor (Responsibility).
  • Răzvan Gorcinski, 42, Romanian drummer, sepsis.
  • Hadino Hishongwa, 80, Namibian politician, MP (1989–2005).
  • Karim Al Iraqi, 68, Iraqi poet, cancer.
  • Charles Joseph Knight, 91, Canadian doctor, and surgeon general (1988–1990).
  • Bill Malley, 88, American production designer (The ExorcistThe FuryThe Ninth Configuration).
  • Jelaing Mersat, 74, Malaysian politician, MP (2004–2013).
  • Raymond Moriyama, 93, Canadian architect (Canadian War Museum, Embassy of Canada, Tokyo).
  • Shozaburo Nakamura, 89, Japanese politician, minister of justice (1998–1999) and MP (1979–2005).
  • Olivier Picard, 83, French Hellenist.
  • Prasad, 88, Indian actor (Anadha ShilpangalSumangaliShapamoksham).
  • Bill Richardson, 75, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1983–1997), UN ambassador (1997–1998), governor of New Mexico (2003–2011).
  • Sitt Nyein Aye, 67, Burmese artist and political activist
  • Nels J. Smith, 84, American politician, member (1963–1979), and speaker of (1977–1979) the Wyoming House of Representatives, traffic collision
  • Milka Stojanović, 86, Serbian operatic soprano (National Theatre in Belgrade).
  • Amin Syam, 77, an Indonesian politician, and governor of South Sulawesi (2003–2008), had kidney failure.
  • Tempt One, 54, American graffiti artist, complications from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
  • Ludovic Vaty, 34, a French basketball player (JSA Bordeaux Basket, national team), had complications from a heart attack.

2 September 2023

  • Walter Arlen, 103, Austrian-born American composer and music critic.
  • Naldo Dasso, 92, Argentine Olympic equestrian (1956, 1960).
  • Jack Golson, 96, British-born Australian archaeologist.
  • Max Gomez, 72, Cuban-born American medical journalist (WNBC, WCBS-TV).
  • Salif Keïta, 76, Malian footballer (Saint-Étienne, Valencia, national team).
  • Robert A. Lamb, 72, British-American virologist.
  • Paul Kazuhiro Mori, 84, Japanese Roman Catholic prelate, auxiliary bishop of Tokyo (1985–2000)
  • Lefty SM, 31, Mexican rapper, shot
  • Michele Miraglia, 88, Italian politician, senator (1976–1983).
  • Ilija Mitić, 83, Serbian-American footballer (San Jose Earthquakes, Oakland Clippers, United States national team)
  • Surjya Narayan Patro, 74, Indian politician, speaker of the Odisha Legislative Assembly (2019–2022).
  • Adrien Ouellette, 83, Canadian politician, MNA (1976–1985).
  • Ivana Pavlová [cs], 77, Czech dancer and actress (Starci na chmelu).
  • Mark Pearson, 83, English footballer (Manchester United, Fulham, Sheffield Wednesday).
  • Morteza Poursamadi, 70, Iranian cinematographer (GilanehHush! Girls Don’t ScreamIntoxicated by Love).
  • Marcia de Rousse, 70, American actress (True BloodSt. ElsewhereSchooled).
  • R. S. Shivaji, 66, Indian actor (Apoorva SagodharargalKolamaavu KokilaDharala Prabhu).

3 September 2023

  • Jean Bergougnoux, 83, French businessman, president of the SNCF (1994–1995)
  • Ruschell Boone, 48, Jamaican-born American newscaster, pancreatic cancer.
  • Amando de Miguel, 86, Spanish sociologist.
  • Alexandru Dicusar [ro], 81, Moldovan engineer.
  • Gerry Doherty, 70, British trade unionist, general secretary of TSSA (2004–2011)
  • José Gregori, 92, Brazilian jurist and politician, minister of justice (2000–2001)
  • Peter Gustavsson, 65, Swedish ice hockey player (Colorado Rockies, Fort Worth Texans).
  • Miklós Hanó, 66, Hungarian politician, MP (1998–2002, 2010–2014).
  • Gilberto Hernández, 26, Panamanian footballer (C.A. Independiente de La Chorrera), shot.
  • Carme Junyent, 68, Spanish Catalan linguist, pancreatic cancer.
  • Brad Maxwell, 66, Canadian ice hockey player (Minnesota North Stars, Toronto Maple Leafs, Vancouver Canucks), lung cancer.
  • Simon Pearson, 54, British drummer (The Wedding Present, Cinerama, Goya Dress).
  • Jingles Pereira, 77, Portuguese-born South African football player (Cape Town City, Kaizer Chiefs) and manager (Orlando Pirates).
  • Piloo Reporter, 84, Indian cricket umpire
  • Paul Roach, 95, American football coach (Wyoming Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders).
  • Morgan Samuelsson, 55, Swedish ice hockey player (Luleå HF, Södertälje SK, AIK IF) and coach.
  • José Sébéloué, 74, French singer and musician (La Compagnie Créole).
  • Heath Streak, 49, Zimbabwean cricketer (Matabeleland, Warwickshire, national team), liver cancer.
  • Tsai Kun-lin [zh], 92, Taiwanese activist and publisher.
  • David Watkins, 81, Welsh rugby league (Salford Red Devils, national team) and rugby union (national team) player.

4 September 2023

  • Danas Andriulionis, 71, Lithuanian painter.
  • Yunus Bandu, 81, Indonesian military officer and politician, regent of Sidenreng Rappang (1988–1993) and Luwu (1994–1999)
  • Boris Barth [de], 61, German historian.
  • Guðbergur Bergsson, 90, Icelandic writer (The Swan).
  • Wilma Briggs, 92, American baseball player (Fort Wayne Daisies, South Bend Blue Sox).
  • Teté Caturla, 85, Cuban singer (Cuarteto d’Aida).
  • Jonty Farmer, 78, New Zealand Olympic sailor (1968, 1976).
  • Edith Grossman, 87, American literary translator, pancreatic cancer.
  • Murray G. Hall, 76, Canadian Germanist and specialist in literature.
  • Steve Harwell, 56, American singer (Smash Mouth), liver failure.
  • Hameur Hizem, 85, Tunisian football manager (US Monastir, Stade Tunisien, national team).
  • Sherali Joʻrayev, 76, Uzbek singer, actor, and politician, MP (1990–1995).
  • Tail Dragger Jones, 82, American Chicago blues singer.
  • Tirso del Junco, 98, Cuban-American politician and Olympic rower (1948).
  • Muthoni Kirima, 92, Kenyan guerrilla fighter (Mau Mau uprising).
  • Peter Lashley, 86, Barbadian cricketer (West Indies, national team).
  • Alex McIntosh, 89, Canadian politician, member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly (1984–1988).
  • Ed Meador, 86, American football player (Los Angeles Rams).
  • Filip Minařík, 48, Czech jockey, suicide.
  • Violeta Mițul, 26, Moldovan footballer (Einherji, national team), fall.
  • Mick Molloy, 85, Irish Olympic long-distance runner (1968).
  • Denis Monette, 86, Canadian writer and journalist.
  • Ireneusz Michaś, 85, Polish veterinarian and politician.
  • Ferid Murad, 86, American physician and pharmacologist, Nobel Prize laureate (1998).
  • Gérard Orth, 87, French virologist.
  • Napoleon Pop, 78, Romanian economist and politician, deputy (2000–2004).
  • Jurate Rosales, 93, Lithuanian-born Venezuelan journalist and amateur historian.
  • E. Mary Smallwood, 103, British historian and academic.
  • Anton Tus, 91, Croatian military officer, chief of the general staff (1991–1992).
  • John Wolfe Jr., 69, American attorney and politician.
  • Gary Wright, 80, American singer-songwriter (“Dream Weaver”, “Love Is Alive”) and musician (Spooky Tooth), Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia.

5 September 2023

  • Albert Azaryan, 94, Armenian gymnast, Olympic champion (1956, 1960).
  • Otta Bednářová, 96, Czech journalist and dissident (Charter 77), co-founder of VONS.
  • María Teresa Campos, 82, Spanish journalist and television presenter (Cada día), respiratory failure.
  • Pierre Camu, 100, Canadian geographer and civil servant.
  • Necmettin Cevheri, 93, Turkish politician, minister of tourism (1969–1971) and MP (1965–1973, 1990–2002).
  • Jürgen Claus, 88, German artist and author.
  • Christopher Coker, 70, British political scientist and philosopher.
  • Tom Davies, 48, British-American bassist (Nebula), leukemia.
  • Kenneth M. Dye, 87, Canadian accountant and civil servant, auditor general (1981–1991).
  • Adam Exner, 94, Canadian Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Kamloops (1974–1982), archbishop of Winnipeg (1982–1991) and Vancouver (1991–2004).
  • Joe Fagin, 83, British singer (“Breakin’ Away / That’s Livin’ Alright”).
  • Enrique Forero, 80, Colombian botanist.
  • Antonio Galves, 76, Brazilian mathematician (Galves–Löcherbach model), member of the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.
  • Bruce Guthro, 62, Canadian singer-songwriter (“Walk This Road”, “Falling”) and musician (Runrig), cancer.
  • Lee Halliday, 95, American singer and record producer.
  • Molly Holzschlag, 60, American author (The Zen of CSS Design) and lecturer.
  • Yuri Kondratiev, 69, Ukrainian academic and mathematician.
  • Richard Laviolette, 41, Canadian singer-songwriter, assisted suicide.
  • George Lefont, 85, American movie theater owner (Plaza Theatre).
  • Bernard de Marcken de Mercken, 88, Belgian baron and politician, member of the Parliament of the Brussels-Capital Region (1989–1995).
  • Hassan Rahnavardi, 96, Iranian physician, politician and weightlifter, twice MP.
  • Ion Ruscuț, 67, Romanian voice actor.
  • Shabtai Shavit, 84, Israeli intelligence officer, director of Mossad (1989–1996).
  • John Stevenson, 86, British screenwriter (BrassCoronation Street), Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Ivan Šuker, 65, Croatian politician and economist, minister of finance (2003–2010).
  • Anatol Ugorski, 80, Russian-born German pianist.
  • Corinna Werwigk-Hertneck, 70, German lawyer and politician.

6 September 2023

  • Raymond Ackerman, 92, South African business retailer, chairman of Checkers (1956–1966) and Pick n Pay Stores (1966–2020).
  • José María Agüero, 76, Costa Rican footballer (Liga Deportiva Alajuelense, national team).
  • Didi Biçaku, 99, Albanian historian and partisan.
  • Marc Bohan, 97, French fashion designer (Dior).
  • Marcel Boiteux, 101, French economist, mathematician, and civil servant.
  • Robyn Broughton, 80, New Zealand netball coach (Southern Sting, Central Pulse, FastNet Ferns).
  • John Cairney, 93, Scottish actor (A Night to RememberCleopatraJason and the Argonauts), author and painter.
  • Julie Cassidy, 58, Australian legal scholar.
  • Larry Chance, 82, American doo-wop singer (The Earls).
  • Ebadur Rahman Chowdhury, 76, Bangladeshi politician, MP (1988–1996, 2001–2006).
  • Richard Davis, 93, American jazz bassist.
  • John Winston Foran, 71, Canadian politician and police officer, New Brunswick MLA (2003–2010), pancreatic cancer.
  • Alberto Ginulfi, 81, Italian footballer (Roma, Hellas Verona, Cremonese).
  • Ian Hamilton, 55, English footballer (Scunthorpe United, West Bromwich Albion).
  • Jim Tom Hedrick, 82, American television personality (Moonshiners), kidney cancer.
  • Lucrecia Hernández Mack, 49, Guatemalan politician, MP (since 2020), cancer.
  • Jeong Si-chae, 87, South Korean politician, MNA (1981–1988, 1992–1996), minister of agriculture, forestry and fisheries (1996–1997).
  • Adnan Al-Kaissie, 84, Iraqi professional wrestler (AWA, WWWF, WWF).
  • Dermot Keogh, 78, Irish historian.
  • Kim No-sik, 78, South Korean politician, MNA (1981–1985, 2008–2012).
  • Hans-Ulrich Klose, 86, German politician, MP (1983–2013) and mayor of Hamburg (1974–1981), complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Lothar Koch, 83, German politician, member of the Lower Saxon Landtag (1994–2017).
  • Ihor Kozlovskyi, 69, Ukrainian historian and theologian, heart attack.
  • Gareth Miles, 85, Welsh author and translator.
  • Kjell-Rune Milton, 75, Swedish ice hockey player (1972 Olympics, Frölunda, Kölner Haie).
  • Shabbir Mirza, Pakistani actor (Salam Pakistan), cancer.
  • Giuliano Montaldo, 93, Italian film director (Machine Gun McCainSacco & VanzettiGiordano Bruno), screenwriter and actor.
  • Silas Muriuki, 74, Kenyan politician, MP (2007–2013).
  • Malini Rajurkar, 82, Indian classical singer.
  • Steve Roden, 59, American contemporary artist and musician (Forms of Paper).
  • Aditya Dicky Singh, 57, Indian wildlife conservationist and photographer, heart attack.
  • Louis Vitale, 91, American Franciscan friar and peace activist, co-founder of Nevada Desert Experience.
  • Whitey Von Nieda, 101, American basketball player (Baltimore Bullets), oldest living NBA player.

7 September 2023

  • Oraldo Britos, 90, Argentine politician, MP (1973–1976, 1983–2003) and minister of labour (2001)
  • Oded Eran, 82, Israeli diplomat, ambassador to Jordan (1997–2000) and the European Union (2002–2007), head negotiator for the Israeli–Palestinian peace process (1999–2000).
  • Marie-Thérèse Gantenbein-Koullen, 85, Luxembourgish politician, deputy (2004–2009).
  • Charles Gayle, 84, American jazz saxophonist and pianist.
  • Wayne Greenstreet, 74, New Zealand cricketer (Wellington, Central Districts)
  • Jean-Christian Grinevald, 78, French stage director.
  • Geechy Guy, 59, American stand-up comedian.
  • Frédérique Hébrard, 96, French screenwriter and actress.
  • Edward Hide, 86, British jockey.
  • María Jiménez, 73, Spanish singer.
  • Jerzy Klechta , 84, Polish journalist, publicist and writer
  • Enver Mamedov, 100, Russian diplomat and mass media manager, first deputy chairman of the State Committee of Television and Radio Broadcasting of the Soviet Union (1962–1985).
  • Ginger Mayson, 68, American college volleyball coach (Michigan State Spartans).
  • Edgar Moron, 82, German politician, member of the Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia (1990–2010).
  • Peter C. Newman, 94, Canadian journalist (The Canadian Establishment), complications from Parkinson’s disease.
  • Akira Nishimura, 69, Japanese composer, jaw cancer.
  • Guido Rhodio, 87, Italian politician, president of Calabria (1992–1994).
  • Margherita Rinaldi, 88, Italian lyric soprano.[169]
  • Tengiz Semjonov, 82, Russian documentary director (The Unknown War) and animation producer.
  • Raimundo Varela, 75, Brazilian broadcaster, politician and television presenter.

8 September 2023

  • Daniel Alicea, 50, Puerto Rican boxer, leukemia.
  • Monique Bégin, 87, Canadian politician, MP (1972–1984), minister of national revenue (1976–1977) and twice of health.
  • Didier Berthet, 61, French Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Saint-Dié (since 2016).
  • Ronald Creagh, 94, French sociologist.
  • Karowei Dorgu, 65, Nigerian-born English bishop.
  • Stan Dromisky, 92, Canadian politician, MP (1993–2004).
  • Leopold Grausam, 80, Austrian football player (Rapid Vienna, national team) and manager (Floridsdorfer AC).
  • Sašo Hribar, 63, a Slovenian radio and television personality, heart attack.
  • Richard Hu, 96, Singaporean politician, MP (1984–2001), minister of health (1985–1987) and finance (1985–2001).[132]
  • Jacques Julliard, 90, French historian, columnist and essayist.
  • John Kelly, 75, Irish hurler (Tipperary).
  • Shoukat Ali Laleka, 62, Pakistani politician, and member of the Provincial Assembly of the Punjab (2013–2018, 2018–2023).
  • Mylon LeFevre, 78, American Christian rock singer, cancer.
  • Lisa Lyon, 70, an American bodybuilder and photography model (Robert Mapplethorpe), has stomach cancer.
  • G. Marimuthu, 56, an Indian film director (Kannum KannumPulivaal) and actor (Ethirneechal), heart attack.
  • Tunku Ampuan Najihah, 100, Malaysian royal, Raja Permaisuri Agong (1994–1999).
  • Ajit Ninan, 68, Indian political cartoonist.
  • Miodrag Novaković, 82–83, Serbian cineast, writer, and film director.
  • Dolores Nunes, 82, Brazilian lawyer and politician, deputy (1995–1999), COVID-19.
  • Ivo Pauwels [nl], 85, Belgian actor (Het Beest).
  • Paweł Sanakiewicz [pl], 68, Polish actor.
  • Brett Sawyer, 63, American professional wrestler (NWA, SCW).
  • Anthony Sully, 79, American serial killer.
  • Felicia Taylor, 59, American news correspondent (CNN International) and anchor (WNBC).
  • Buichi Terasawa, 68, Japanese manga artist (Goku Midnight EyeCobra), heart attack.
  • Keith Usherwood Ingold, 94, British-Canadian chemist.
  • Adi Winarso, 72, Indonesian politician, mayor of Tegal (1999–2009).
  • Mike Yarwood, 82, English comedian, impressionist and actor (Three of a Kind).

9 September 2023

  • William B. Black, 81, American politician, and member of the Illinois House of Representatives (1986–2010.
  • Mangosuthu Buthelezi, 95, South African politician and Zulu prince, minister of home affairs (1994–2004), MP (since 1994), and chief minister of KwaZulu (1977–1994).
  • Amara Camara, Guinean diplomat, and aid worker.
  • Rubén Darío Carolini, 79, Argentine paleontologist, discoverer of the Giganotosaurus.
  • Pierre Claisse, 99, French veterinarian and politician, deputy (1986–1988)
  • Domenico De Masi, 85, Italian sociologist and academic.
  • John Harris, 84, English footballer (Walsall, Wolverhampton Wanderers).
  • Cezary Kussyk , 87, Polish actor.
  • Christian Lara, 84, Guadeloupean film director (The Legend)
  • Jerzy Orzeł, 70, Polish entrepreneur and politician, MP (1989–1991).
  • Rafał Paczkowski [pl], 61, Polish sound engineer, musician and composer.
  • Günter Schliwka, 67, German Olympic weightlifter (1980).
  • Max Simeoni, 94, French Corsican politician, MEP (1989–1994).
  • Rainer Troppa, 65, German footballer (Energie Cottbus, BFC Dynamo, East Germany national team)

10 September 2023

  • Chowdhury Khurshid Alam, 83, Bangladeshi politician, MP (1986–1990).
  • Robert S. Bennett, 84, American attorney (Clinton–Lewinsky scandal), kidney failure.
  • Evgeny Brazhnik, 78, Russian conductor.
  • Hernán Carrasco, 100, Chilean football manager (Águila, Colo-Colo, El Salvador national team).
  • Brendan Croker, 70, English musician (The Notting Hillbillies), leukaemia.
  • Lloyd Hines, 72, Canadian politician, member of the Nova Scotia House of Assembly (2013–2021).
  • Vasyl Karlenko [uk], 72, Ukrainian biathlon competitor and coach.
  • Hamidou Laanigri, 84, Moroccan intelligence officer, director of the DGSN (2003–2006).
  • Nico Ladenis, 89, British chef and restaurateur.
  • Hans Plenk, 85, German luger, Olympic bronze medallist (1964).
  • Charlie Robison, 59, American singer-songwriter, cardiac arrest.
  • Matthew Stewart, 41, American trumpeter (Streetlight Manifesto).
  • Pierre Trần Thanh Chung, 95, Vietnamese Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Kon Tum (1995–2003).
  • Mabel Walker, 94, American Olympic sprinter (1948).
  • Sir Ian Wilmut, 79, British embryologist (Dolly), complications from Parkinson’s disease.
  • Yuan Renguo, 66, Chinese liquor industry executive, politician, and convicted embezzler, chairman of Maotai (2000–2018) and deputy (2003–2008, 2013–2018).

11 September 2023

  • Gérald Bataille, 69, Haitian evangelical pastor and community leader.
  • Dick Bertel, 92, American radio and television personality (NBC, Mutual Broadcasting System, Voice of America).
  • Benito Castro, 77, Mexican musician, comedian (Los Hermanos Castro) and actor (Como dice el dicho), fall.
  • Éva Fahidi, 97, Hungarian Holocaust survivor and author.
  • Giovanni Gambardella [it], 88, Italian entrepreneur and manager.
  • Dedi Graucher, 62, Israeli singer, cancer.
  • Mek Habsah, 67, Malaysian actress.
  • Juan C. Harriott Jr., 86, Argentine polo player.
  • Lee Sang-hoon, 90, South Korean military officer and politician, minister of national defense (1988–1990).
  • Point Given, 25, American Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse.
  • Yvonne Přenosilová [cs], 76, Czech singer.
  • Howard Safir, 81, American law enforcement official, New York City police (1996–2000) and fire (1994–1996) commissioner, sepsis.
  • Jan Tabachnyk, 78, Ukrainian variety composer, accordionist and politician, MP (2006–2014).
  • Endel Tulving, 96, Estonian-born Canadian psychologist and neuroscientist.
  • Maria Luisa Vincenzoni [it], 67, Italian journalist (RAI).
  • Uwe Wesel, 90, German academic, lawyer and legal historian.
  • Akintola Williams, 104, Nigerian chartered accountant, co-founder of the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

12 September 2023

  • Rana Maqbool Ahmad, Pakistani politician, senator (since 2018).
  • Roser Amadó, 79, Spanish architect (La Vila Olímpica del Poblenou).
  • Beytocan, 67, Turkish-born Swedish Kurdish singer and musician, cancer.
  • Olof Björner, 80, Swedish researcher (Bob Dylan).
  • Jean Boht, 91, English actress (BreadFunny ManDistant Voices, Still Lives), complications from dementia.
  • Benedetto Capizzi, 79, Italian mobster (Cosa Nostra).
  • Cariman [ar], 87, Egyptian actress.
  • Román Chalbaud, 91, Venezuelan film director (Adolescence of CainEl Pez que FumaCarmen, la que contaba 16 años).
  • Dominique Colonna, 95, French football player (Reims, national team) and manager (Cameroon national team).
  • Damian Evans, Australian-Canadian archeologist, discovered medieval cities surrounding Angkor Wat.
  • Brandon Hunter, 42, American basketball player (Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic).
  • Elizabeth Jeffreys, 82, British Byzantine scholar.
  • Gordon Kennett, 70, English motorcycle speedway racer.
  • Roy Kidd, 91, American Hall of Fame college football coach (Eastern Kentucky Colonels).[
  • László Kutas, 87, Hungarian sculptor.
  • Kwak Soon-ok [ko], 91, South Korean singer.
  • MohBad, 27, Nigerian rapper, singer and songwriter.
  • Subaschandra Nemwang, 70, Nepalese politician, chairman of the Constituent Assembly (2008–2015), heart attack.
  • Luiz Antônio Piá [pt], 81, Brazilian actor, screenwriter and film and television director.
  • Schelte van Heemstra, 82, Dutch diplomat.
  • Mike Williams, 36, American football player (Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Buffalo Bills), complications from a construction accident.
  • Zeus, 3, American Great Dane dog, world’s tallest dog, pneumonia following cancer surgery.

13 September 2023

  • Manik Bhide, 88, Indian Hindustani classical singer.
  • Tu’uakitau Cokanauto, 78, Fijian politician, MP (1999–2001).
  • Ichikawa En’ō II, 83, Japanese kabuki actor, arrhythmia.
  • Oleksandr Kuzmenko [uk], 75, Ukrainian actor (At the River).
  • Lee Sang-hee, 85, South Korean politician, MNA (1981–1988, 1996–2004), minister of science and technology (1988–1990).
  • Perrie Mans, 82, South African snooker player.
  • John McDonald, 79, Australian rugby league player (Manly Warringah, national team) and coach (Queensland).
  • Gogineni Prasad, 73, Indian film producer (Palnati PuliSri Shirdi Saibaba Mahathyam) and dubbing engineer.
  • Eko Prawoto [id], 65, Indonesian architect.
  • Liudvikas Narcizas Rasimavičius, 84, Lithuanian politician, MP (1990–1992).
  • Mircea Snegur, 83, Moldovan politician, president (1990–1997) and MP (1990, 1998–2001), cancer.
  • Sohanur Rahman Sohan, 62, Bangladeshi film director (Keyamat Theke KeyamatAnanta BhalobashaSe Amar Mon Kereche), stroke.
  • Pepe Soriano, 93, Argentine actor (Rebellion in PatagoniaGrandmaAsesinato en el Senado de la Nación).
  • Teng Rujun, 76, Chinese actor (Red SorghumPostmen in the Mountains), Golden Rooster winner (1999).
  • Jan Wieczorek, 88, Polish Roman Catholic prelate, auxiliary bishop of Opole (1981–1992) and bishop of Gliwice (1992–2011).

14 September 2023

  • Marcel Honorat Léon Agboton, 82, Beninese Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Kandi (1994–2000) and Porto Novo (2000–2005), and archbishop of Cotonou (2005–2010).
  • Lauch Faircloth, 95, American politician, member of the U.S. Senate (1993–1999) and North Carolina secretary of commerce (1977–1985).
  • Bjarni Felixson, 86, Icelandic footballer (KR, national team).
  • Luca Giustolisi, 53, Italian water polo player, Olympic bronze medallist (1996), cancer.
  • Carol Harter, 82, American academic administrator, president of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (1995–2006).
  • Rio Kapadia, 66, Indian actor (Mumbai Meri JaanKhuda HaafizThe Big Bull).
  • Igor Kechaev, 62, Russian actor (Paper SoldierUnder Electric Clouds) and film director.
  • Michael McGrath, 65, American actor (Nice Work If You Can Get ItSpamalotThe Secret of Kells), Tony winner (2012).
  • Mohammad Mohammad-Ali [fa], 75, Iranian writer.
  • Pat Nebo, Nigerian production designer (October 1) and art director.
  • Ivan Pop [uk], 85, Ukrainian Ruthenian historian, Slavist and writer.
  • Roy Roper, 100, New Zealand rugby union player (Taranaki, national team).
  • Sunil Shroff, Indian actor (Kabaad: The CoinShiddatOMG 2).
  • Basil van Rooyen, 84, South African racing driver, mesothelioma.
  • Antoni Vila Casas, 92, Spanish pharmaceutical executive and philanthropist, founder of Fundació Vila Casas.

15 September 2023

  • Gökhan Abur, 80, Turkish musician, meteorologist and weather presenter.
  • Fernando Botero, 91, Colombian painter and sculptor (Woman with MirrorThe HandAdam), complications from pneumonia.
  • Claude Cormier, 63, Canadian landscape architect, complications from Li-Fraumeni syndrome.
  • Hana Doušová, 74, Czech Olympic basketball player (1976).
  • Vyacheslav Grishechkin [ru], 61, Russian actor (The Drayman and the KingTheatrical NovelAsiris Nuna).
  • Kim Il-chol, 90, North Korean military officer, minister of defence (1997–2009) and member of the National Defence Commission (1988–2010).
  • Franco Migliacci, 92, Italian lyricist (“Nel blu, dipinto di blu”, “La bambola”) and actor (Ladro lui, ladra lei).
  • Samir Mukherjee, 80, Indian actor (Hirak Rajar Deshe).
  • Burhan Sargun, 94, Turkish footballer (Fenerbahçe, national team).
  • Alexander Shishlyannikov, 72, Tajik military officer, minister of defence (1993–1995).
  • Vanessa Show, 73, Argentine travesti performer, heart attack.
  • Theo Toemion [id], 66, Indonesian economist and politician.
  • Yoshiko Tsuchida [jp], 75, Japanese manga artist.
  • Paul Woseen, 56, Australian musician (The Screaming Jets) and songwriter (“Helping Hand”)

16 September 2023

  • Ron Barassi, 87, Australian Hall of Fame football player (Melbourne) and coach (Carlton, North Melbourne), complications from a fall.
  • Nikolai Dobronravov, 94, Russian poet, lyricist (“And the Battle Is Going Again”, “Nezhnost'”), and actor (The Return of Vasili Bortnikov).
  • Milo Hrnić, 73, Croatian pop singer, infection.
  • Gita Mehta, 80, Indian-American writer (Karma ColaA River Sutra) and filmmaker.
  • Colin Murphy, 79, English football player (Folkestone) and manager (Lincoln City, Vietnam national team).
  • C. R. Omanakuttan, 80, Indian writer and humorist, haemorrhage.
  • Handry Satriago, 54, Indonesian conglomerate executive (General Electric).
  • Qasem Taei, 63, Iraqi Marji’.
  • Wimie Wilhelm [nl], 62, Dutch actress (Baantjer)

17 September 2023

  • Oya Alasya , 74, Turkish actress (Sev KardeşimFrom the Village to the City).
  • Pepe Domingo Castaño [es], 80, Spanish radio and television presenter (Carrusel Deportivo300 millones), singer and writer.
  • Joy Chambers, 76, Australian actress (The Restless YearsThe Young DoctorsNeighbours).
  • Petr Charvát, 74, Czech historian, archaeologist and academic.
  • Emile Duprée, 86, Canadian professional wrestler (Stampede Wrestling) and promoter (Grand Prix Wrestling).
  • Louis Gooren, 79, Dutch endocrinologist.
  • Ryszard Jedliński, 70, Polish Olympic handball player (1980)
  • Muhammad Mahdi al-Khorasani, 94, Iraqi grand ayatollah.
  • Aleksandr Khvan, 65, Russian film director (Dyuba-DyubaIt Is Easy to DieCarmen) and actor.
  • Hennadiy Lahuta, 49, Ukrainian politician, governor of Kherson Oblast (2021–2022).
  • Arthur Longbottom, 90, English footballer (Queens Park Rangers, Port Vale, Oxford United).
  • Sami Azara al-Majun, 91, Iraqi politician.
  • Ronnie McKinnon, 83, Scottish footballer (Rangers, Durban United, national team).
  • Ashraf Moselhy [ar], 49, Egyptian actor.
  • Kevin Neale, 78, Australian football player (St Kilda) and coach (Ainslie, Central District), complications from Alzheimer’s disease
  • Aníbal de Peña, 90, Dominican singer, pianist and composer.
  • Lies Adji Rachman, 78, Indonesian musician (Dara Puspita), complications from diabetes.
  • Ali Asghar Rahmani Khalili, 79, Iranian politician, MP (1980–1988, 2000–2004).
  • Trisha Stratford, 72, New Zealand neuropsychotherapist (Married at First Sight).

18 September 2023

  • Evgeny Bazhanov, 76, Russian political scientist and diplomat.
  • Henry Boucha, 72, American ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Minnesota North Stars), Olympic silver medalist (1972).
  • Krzysztof Bujar, 61, Polish Olympic ice hockey player (1992).
  • Byun Hee-bong, 81, South Korean actor (Barking Dogs Never BiteThe HostOkja), pancreatic cancer.
  • Constance Clayton, 89, American educator and civic leader
  • Felice Farina, 69, Italian film director (Condominio)
  • Grimanesa Jiménez [es], 86, Chilean actress (La ColorinaPapi Ricky).
  • Brereton C. Jones, 84, American horse breeder and politician, lieutenant governor (1987–1991) and governor of Kentucky (1991–1995).
  • Lyubov Maikova, Russian actress (Could One Imagine?Forgotten Melody for a FluteWhere is the Nophelet?).
  • Seiji Mataichi, 79, Japanese politician, MP (2001–2019).
  • Joe Matt, 60, American cartoonist (Peepshow), heart attack.
  • Chandran Nair, 77–78, Singaporean poet, heart attack.
  • Zdeněk Návrat, 92, Czech Olympic ice hockey player (1956).
  • Noh Young-guk [ko], 74, South Korean actor (Eyes of DawnThe Great King, SejongThe King of Tears, Lee Bang-won).
  • Tarachand Patel, 81, Indian politician, MP (1999–2004).
  • Marinho Peres, 76, Brazilian football player (Barcelona, national team) and manager (Belenenses).
  • Kate de Romero, 79, Puerto Rican first lady (1977–1985).
  • Syed Salahuddin Zaki, 77, Bangladeshi film director (Ghuddi) and screenwriter (Nodir Naam ModhumotiLalsalu).

19 September 2023

  • Rónán Mac Aodha Bhuí, 53, Irish broadcaster (RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta).
  • Billy Chemirmir, 50, Kenyan-American convicted murderer.
  • Harildo Deda [pt], 83, Brazilian actor (Colonel Delmiro GouveiaWord and UtopiaLower City) and stage director.
  • Lou Deprijck, 77, Belgian singer-songwriter (“Ça plane pour moi”), musician (Two Man Sound) and record producer.
  • JoAnne A. Epps, 72, American legal scholar, president of Temple University (2023).
  • Per Gahrton, 80, Swedish politician, MP (1976–1979, 1994–1995) and MEP (1999–2004), founder of the Green Party.
  • Egil Johansen, 61, Norwegian footballer (Vålerenga, national team), complications from ALS.
  • Severino Lojodice, 89, Italian footballer (Cremonese, Roma, Brescia).
  • Buddy Teevens, 66, American football coach (Dartmouth Big Green), complications from bicycle accident.
  • Gianni Vattimo, 87, Italian philosopher (Hermeneutic Communism) and politician, MEP (1999–2004, 2009–2014).
  • Alexey Yanin, 40, Russian actor (S. S. D.).

20 September 2023

  • Katherine Anderson, 79, American singer (The Marvelettes).
  • Zeenat Barkatullah, a Bangladeshi dancer and television actress.
  • Yaacov Bergman, 78, Israeli conductor (Walla Walla Symphony).
  • Josef Bugl, 90, German politician, and member of the Bundestag (1980–1987).
  • Dick Clark, 95, American politician, member of the U.S. Senate (1973–1979).
  • Maddy Cusack, 27, English footballer (Aston Villa, Birmingham City, Sheffield United).
  • Camille Dimmer, 84, Luxembourgish footballer (Anderlecht, national team) and politician, deputy (1984–1994).
  • Bobby Durnbaugh, 90, American baseball player (Cincinnati Redlegs).
  • Stephen Erickson, 83, American philosopher, complications from Parkinson’s disease.
  • Herbert Faust, 96, German politician, member of the Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia (1970-1985)
  • Ruth Fuchs, 76, German politician and athlete, Olympic champion (1972, 1976).
  • Renée Hudon, 81, Canadian radio and television journalist (Radio-Canada).
  • Shuntarō Itō, 93, Japanese science historian.
  • Jeong Hyeon-bal [ko], 70, South Korean baseball player (Samsung Lions, Hyundai Unicorns) and coach.
  • Soebronto Laras [id], 79, Indonesian automotive businessman.
  • David Mack, 69, American politician, member of the South Carolina House of Representatives (1997–2020).
  • Arash Mir Ahmadi [fa], 52, Iranian actor (The Hidden Half), television presenter and scriptwriter.
  • Lucy Morgan, 82, American journalist (Tampa Bay Times), Pulitzer Prize winner (1985), complications from a fall.
  • Erwin Olaf, 64, Dutch photographer, complications from a lung transplant and emphysema.
  • Graeme Page, 80, Australian politician, member (1976–1996) and speaker (1992–1996) of the Tasmanian House of Assembly.
  • Odilon Polleunis, 80, Belgian footballer (S.T.V.V., R.W.D. Molenbeek, national team), heart failure.
  • Jack Sandlin, 72, American politician, member of the Indiana Senate (since 2016).
  • Phil Sellers, 69, American basketball player (Detroit Pistons, BV Amstelveen), stroke.
  • Boris Starukhin [ru], 73, Russian footballer (Krylia Sovetov, SKA-Khabarovsk).
  • Kent Stax, 61, American drummer (Scream), cancer.
  • Thet Lwin, 83, Burmese politician, minister of ethnic affairs (2016–2021), heart attack.
  • Hollis Watkins, 82, American civil rights activist.

21 September 2023

  • Cătălin Agafiței, 47, Romanian footballer (Callatis Mangalia, Midia Năvodari, Farul Constanța), cancer.
  • Yoel Alroy, 93, Israeli footballer (Maccabi Netanya) and politician, mayor of Netanya (1983–1993).
  • Nina Belyayeva, 92, Russian actress (The Light of a Distant StarThe Tale of Tsar Saltan).
  • Sabine Bothe, 63, German Olympic handball player (1992).
  • Kevin Byrne, 73–74, Australian politician, mayor of Cairns (1992–1995, 2000–2008).
  • Alexandra Can, 70, Moldovan politician.
  • Arlen Erdahl, 92, American politician, Minnesota secretary of state (1971–1975), member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1979–1983) and Minnesota House of Representatives (1963–1971), complications from Alzheimer’s disease.
  • Stevie Faye, 95, British comedian (The Comedians).
  • Maya Georgieva, 68, Bulgarian volleyball player, Olympic bronze medallist (1980).
  • Hubert Ginn, 76, American football player (Miami Dolphins, Baltimore Colts, Oakland Raiders).
  • Robin Gladwin, 83, English footballer (Norwich City, Oxford United).
  • Charles Granville, Nigerian actor (Last Flight to Abuja) and film producer.
  • José Lemos [es], 61, Spanish footballer (Celta de Vigo, Real Valladolid).
  • Akhil Mishra, 67, Indian actor (Hazaaron Khwaishein AisiGandhi, My Father3 Idiots), fall.
  • Aldo Neri, 92, Argentine doctor and politician, minister of health and social action (1983–1986).
  • Walewska Oliveira, 43, Brazilian volleyball player, Olympic champion (2008).
  • Wenceslao Rambla Zaragozá [es], 74, Spanish painter and academic, cardiac arrest.
  • Luigi Rinaldi, 85, Italian trade unionist and politician, deputy (1983–1994).
  • Ruth Ryste, 91, Norwegian trade unionist and politician, minister of social affairs (1976–1979).
  • Václav Šašek [cs], 89, Czech screenwriter (Intimate LightingOil Lamps) and dramaturge (Loves of a Blonde).
  • Jeremy Silman, 69, American chess master.
  • Robert W. Smith, 64, American trumpeter and composer, complications from heart surgery.
  • Gaetano Tanti, 66, Maltese trade unionist, president of the UHM (since 1998).
  • Saroja Vaidyanathan, 86, Indian Bharatanatyam dancer and choreographer, cancer.
  • Eugenia Viteri, 95, Ecuadorian writer and women’s rights activist.
  • Mario Wainfeld [es], 74, Argentine lawyer, journalist (Página 12) and academic.

22 September 2023

  • Nemat Ahmadi [fa], 68, Iranian lawyer.
  • Maria Carmem Barbosa [pt], 76, Brazilian playwright and screenwriter (Olho no OlhoSalsa e Merengue).
  • Khemraj Bhatta ‘Mayalu’, 76, Nepalese politician, MP (1999–2008), cancer
  • Klavdiya Blokhina [ru], 88, Russian actress (My BelovedFemale Age-Mates).
  • Olga Chorens, 99, Cuban singer and actress.
  • Bernardino Fabbian, 73, Italian footballer (Internazionale, Foggia).
  • Bayani Fernando, 77, Filipino politician, chairman of the MMDA (2002–2009), member of the House of Representatives (2016–2022) and secretary of public works and highways (2003), fall.
  • Bob Glasgow, 81, American politician, member of the Texas Senate (1980–1993).
  • Sharar Haidar, 52, Iraqi football player (national team) and executive, chairman of Al-Karkh (since 2003), heart attack.
  • Mike Henderson, 70, American singer-songwriter (“Broken Halos”, “Starting Over”) and musician (The SteelDrivers).
  • Sir Patu Hohepa, 87, New Zealand Māori language academic.
  • Peter Horton, 82, Austrian guitarist, composer and singer (Eurovision Song Contest 1967).
  • Evelyn Fox Keller, 87, American physicist, author, and feminist.
  • Stan Klees, 91, Canadian businessman (RPM).
  • Pava LaPere, 26, American businesswoman and entrepreneur, blunt force trauma.
  • Giovanni Lodetti, 81, Italian footballer (Milan, Sampdoria, national team).
  • Américo Lopes, 90, Portuguese footballer (Porto, Boavista, national team).
  • Geir Lundestad, 78, Norwegian historian, member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters and director of the Norwegian Nobel Institute (1990–2014).
  • Mark Manges, 67, American football player (St. Louis Cardinals, Hamilton Tiger-Cats).
  • Alejandro Meerapfel, 54, Argentine operatic baritone, heart attack.
  • Cristina Morán, 93, Uruguayan actress (AninaAlelí), television presenter and journalist.
  • Stefan Mroczkowski [pl], 93, Polish television director.
  • Giorgio Napolitano, 98, Italian politician, president (2006–2015), minister of the interior (1996–1998) and president of the Chamber of Deputies (1992–1994).
  • Boris Ostanin, 76, Russian writer and essayist, co-founder of the Andrei Bely Prize.
  • Selwyn Romilly, 83, Canadian judge, justice of the Supreme Court (1995–2015) and Provincial Court (1974–1978) of British Columbia.
  • Dieter Schneider, 86, German lyricist.
  • Wallace B. Smith, 94, American Community of Christ preacher, prophet-president (1978–1996).
  • Vladimir Sokhov, 84, Russian politician, MP (1995–2003).
  • Sergey Solovyov, 68, Russian mathematician.
  • Bernard Toublanc-Michel, 95, French film director and screenwriter.

23 September 2023

  • Daniel Okyem Aboagye, 49, Ghanaian politician, MP (2016–2020).
  • Edwin Nicholas Arnold, 82, British herpetologist.
  • Eugenio Elorduy Walther, 82, Mexican politician, governor of Baja California (2001–2007).
  • François Glorieux, 91, Belgian conductor (Ballet of the 20th Century), composer, and musicologist.
  • Nic Kerdiles, 29, American ice hockey player (Anaheim Ducks), traffic collision.
  • Terry Kirkman, 83, American musician (The Association) and songwriter (“Cherish”, “Everything That Touches You”), heart failure.
  • Lin Heng-tai [zh], 98, Taiwanese poet and writer.
  • Víctor Manuel López Forero, 92, Colombian Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Socorro y San Gil (1980–1985), archbishop of Nueva Pamplona (1994–1998) and Bucaramanga (1998–2009).
  • Danny Morris, 77, American baseball player (Minnesota Twins).
  • Prayag Raj, 88, Indian film director, writer (Geraftaar) and actor.
  • Noël Tijou, 81, French Olympic long-distance runner (1972).
  • Skadi Walter, 59, German speed skater.
  • Paul Woodruff, 80, American classicist and academic, bronchiectasis.

24 September 2023

  • Felix Ayo, 90, Spanish-born Italian violinist (I Musici).
  • Dorra Bouzid, 90, Tunisian feminist and art critic.
  • Nashawn Breedlove, 46, American actor (8 Mile) and rapper.
  • Léon Fatous, 97, French politician, MEP (1984–1989) and senator (1992–2001).
  • Alfonso Ferrufino, 81, Bolivian lawyer, sociologist, and politician, minister of government (2003–2004).
  • Tim Foley, 75, American football player (Miami Dolphins).
  • K. G. George, 77, Indian film director (YavanikaPanchavadi PalamAdaminte Vaariyellu) and screenwriter, stroke.
  • John Hayes, 84, Australian rugby league player (Western Suburbs, New South Wales).
  • Zvi Hecker, 92, Polish-born Israeli architect.
  • Silvi Liiva, 82, Estonian printmaker.
  • Volodymyr Khmelnytskyi [uk], 88, Ukrainian film director and screenwriter.
  • Hani Naqshabandi, 60, Saudi journalist (SayidatyThe Majalla), writer and novelist.
  • José Henrique Neto, 67, Portuguese actor (The JewDot.ComNever Ever) and puppeteer.
  • Barry Olivier, 87, American guitar instructor, creator of the Berkeley Folk Music Festival
  • Steven Pim, Papua New Guinean politician, MP (since 2022), heart attack.
  • Ray Reynolds, 87, Australian cricketer (Queensland).
  • Keith Riglin, 66, British Anglican bishop, bishop of Argyll and The Isles (since 2021).
  • Chuck Romine, 87, American politician, member of the West Virginia House of Delegates (1968–1974, 1998–2000, 2016–2018).

25 September 2023

  • Mubarak Abdullah Al-Ahmad Al-Sabah, 93, Kuwaiti politician.
  • Burkey Belser, 76, American graphic designer (nutrition facts label), bladder cancer.
  • Eugenio Calabi, 100, Italian-born American mathematician (Calabi conjecture, Calabi–Yau manifold, Calabi flow).
  • Adina Cristescu [ro], 56, Romanian actress (4 Months, 3 Weeks and 2 DaysQuod Erat DemonstrandumAferim!) and film director.
  • Atis Deksnis, 50, Latvian politician, MP (since 2022).
  • Andriy Ivanchuk, 50, Ukrainian politician, MP (since 2012), thrombosis.
  • Makoto Katamine [ja], 67, Japanese politician.
  • György Kottán, 76, Hungarian-Austrian football player (MTK) and manager (Bangladesh national team, Pakistan national team).
  • Zoleka Mandela, 43, South African writer, cancer.
  • David McCallum, 90, Scottish actor (The Man from U.N.C.L.E.NCISThe Great Escape) and musician.
  • Osman Mema, 84, Albanian footballer (17 Nëntori Tirana, Partizani).
  • Matteo Messina Denaro, 61, Italian mobster, head of the Sicilian Mafia (since 2006), colon cancer.
  • Luigi Minchillo, 68, Italian Olympic boxer (1976), heart attack.
  • Nogoi Njie [de], 58, Gambian politician and activist.
  • Stepan Rybak [uk], 75, Ukrainian football player (Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk, FC Volyn Lutsk, FC Lysonya) and coach.
  • Anneke Uittenbosch, 93, Dutch harpsichordist.
  • Reiky de Valk, 23, Dutch actor (Skam NLHunter Street), suicide.
  • Yevgeny Yasin, 89, Russian economist, minister of economy (1994–1997).

26 September 2023

  • Raynald Blais, 69, Canadian politician, MP (2004–2011).
  • Sir Michael Bonallack, 88, English golf administrator.
  • Sandra Dorsey, 83, American actress (Sleepaway Camp III: Teenage WastelandGordyDumb and Dumber To), director and writer, pancreatic cancer.
  • Adrian Hârlab, 75, Romanian footballer (SR Brașov) and coach (FC Brașov).
  • Klaas Hofstra [nl], 79, Dutch actor (De Schippers van de Kameleon).
  • David Hughes, 65, English footballer (Worcester City, Lincoln City, Scunthorpe United).
  • Serhii Kondratevskyi, 58, Ukrainian businessman and politician, people’s deputy (1998–2002).
  • Maurice Leitch, 90, Northern Irish author (Silver’s CityChinese Whispers).
  • Hisae Mitsuishi, 96, Japanese politician, member of the House of Councillors (1989–1995).
  • Geof Motley, 88, Australian football player (Port Adelaide, South Australia) and coach (North Adelaide).
  • Jayantha Paranathala, 72, Sri Lankan cricketer (Burgher Recreation Club, national team) and police officer.
  • Henri Perly, 95, French road racing cyclist (Alcyon).
  • Manfred Pointner, 80, German lawyer and politician, member of the Landtag of Bavaria (2008–2013).
  • Brooks Robinson, 86, American Hall of Fame baseball player (Baltimore Orioles), World Series champion (1966, 1970).
  • Erlo Stegen [de], 88, South African evangelical missionary and preacher.
  • Stanisław Szymecki, 99, Polish Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Kielce (1981–1993) and archbishop of Białystok (1993–2000).
  • Hıfzı Topuz, 100, Turkish journalist (VatanMilliyet), travel writer and novelist.

27 September 2023

  • Jesús Aranzabal, 83, Spanish racing cyclist.
  • Christoph Prinz zu Schleswig-Holstein, 74, German aristocrat, head of the House of Oldenburg
  • Marshall Cook, 83, New Zealand architect.
  • Dom Famularo, 70, American drummer.
  • Seda Fettahoğlu [tr], 44, Turkish actress (Bir Zamanlar Çukurova).
  • Jim Forrest, 79, Scottish footballer (Rangers, Aberdeen, national team).
  • Djovi Gally, 67, Togolese human rights lawyer and politician.
  • Sir Michael Gambon, 82, Irish-English actor (Harry PotterGosford ParkThe Singing Detective), four-time BAFTA winner, pneumonia.
  • Volodymyr Koman, 59, Ukrainian footballer (Zakarpattia Uzhhorod, Bukovyna Chernivtsi, national team).
  • Catherine Lachens, 78, French actress (Je suis timide mais je me soigneThe MedicBright Days Ahead).
  • Aziz Pahad, 82, South African anti-apartheid activist and politician, MP (1994–2008).
  • Harry Poole, 88, English footballer (Port Vale).
  • Ramla Beegum, 77, Indian Mappilapattu singer and Kadhaprasangam artist.
  • Fayez Rashid, 73, Palestinian political writer.[
  • Soumendu Roy, 90, Indian cinematographer (Teen KanyaRabindranath TagoreAranyer Din Ratri).
  • Amrolah Saberi [fa], 82, Iranian actor.
  • Bob Sheridan, 79, American boxing (WGBS) and MMA commentator.
  • Donal Smith, 89, New Zealand Olympic athlete (1960) and academic of English literature.
  • Slobodan Štambuk, 82, Croatian Roman Catholic prelate, bishop of Hvar-Brač-Vis (1989–2018).
  • John Tembo, 91, Malawian economist and politician, minister of finance (1964–1969) and governor of the Reserve Bank (1971–1984), pneumonia.
  • Ryuzo Yanagimachi, 95, Japanese-born American embryologist.
  • Vasily Zimenok, 89, Russian-born Kazakh miner and politician, member of the Soviet of the Union (1984–1989).

28 September 2023

  • Stephen Ackles, 57, Norwegian musician.
  • Anupam Bhargav, 36, Indian actor and film director
  • Ashwin Dani, 79, Indian paint industry businessman, co-founder of Asian Paints.
  • Ion Druță, 95, Moldovan writer and poet, member of the Romanian Academy.
  • Hernando Guerra García, 60, Peruvian businessman and politician, MP (since 2021).
  • Eric Hammill, 91, Canadian politician, Prince Edward Island MLA (1996–2003).
  • Karel Hartl [cs], 99, Czech cynologist and dog breeder (Czechoslovakian Wolfdog).
  • Vladimirs Koziņš [ru], 101, Latvian painter.
  • DJ Lalla [ro], 34, Romanian disc jockey and radio presenter, drowned.
  • Viliami Moala, 30, American football player (California Golden Bears).
  • Ganira Pashayeva, 48, Azerbaijani politician and poet, MP (since 2005).
  • Gennady Raikov, 84, Russian politician, MP (1995–2007).
  • Najah Salam [ar], 92, Lebanese singer and actress.
  • Armando Sommajuolo [it], 70, Italian journalist (TG La7).
  • M. S. Swaminathan, 98, Indian agronomist and geneticist (Green Revolution in India), MP (2007–2013).
  • Sycamore Gap Tree, c. 200, English sycamore tree, Tree of the Year (2016), felled.

29 September 2023

  • Pat Arrowsmith, 93, English peace activist, co-founder of the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament.
  • Francisco Brás, 67, Portuguese actor (Camarate).
  • Glenn Bujnoch, 69, American football player (Cincinnati Bengals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
  • Demetrio Carceller Coll, 93, Portuguese beverage industry executive (S.A. Damm).
  • Jon Fausty, 74, American sound and recording engineer.
  • Dianne Feinstein, 90, American politician, member of the U.S. Senate (since 1992), mayor of San Francisco (1978–1988).
  • Michał Głowiński, 88, Polish philologist, member of the Polish Academy of Sciences and of Arts and Sciences.[19]
  • Joyce Grable, 70, American professional wrestler (NWA).
  • Ron Howden, 78, English drummer (Nektar).
  • Saad Eddin Ibrahim, 84, Egyptian sociologist.
  • Joseph E. Johnson, 90, American academic, president of the University of Tennessee system (1991–1999).
  • Alexander Lipov [ru], 82, Russian actor (Uninvented StoryThe Republic of ShKIDGreen Chains).

30 September 2023

  • Abdus Sattar Bhuiyan, 84, Bangladeshi politician, MP (1979–1982, 1996–2001, since 2019).
  • Mohamed Farid, 82, Egyptian actor.
  • Galip Haktanır, 102, Turkish footballer (1948 Olympics, national team).
  • A.K.M. Shahjahan Kamal, 73, Bangladeshi politician, minister of civil aviation and tourism (2018–2019) and MP (since 2014).
  • Khaled Khalifa, 59, Syrian novelist, screenwriter, and poet.
  • Vitali Konyayev, 86, Russian actor (SilenceClear SkiesThe Last Day)
  • Erick Morillo, 23, Peruvian footballer (César Vallejo), traffic collision.
  • Vitaliy Safronov [ru], 87, Russian politician, MP (1995–2003).
  • Chris Snow, 42, Canadian ice hockey executive (Calgary Flames), complications from amyotropic lateral sclerosis.
  • Wichit Srisa-an, 88, Thai academic administrator and politician, minister of education (2006–2008), rector of Thammasat University (1977) and Khon Kaen University (1978).
  • Sukumar, 91, Indian satirist and cartoonist (Kerala Kaumudi).

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