Who's who March 9 - 15

PUBLISHED: 12:00 09 March 2006 | UPDATED: 14:36 12 May 2010

THURSDAY MARCH 9 Deaths: George Burns, comedian, 1996; Terry Nation, scriptwriter who created the Daleks in Dr Who, 1997. FRIDAY MARCH 10 Deaths: Konstantin Chernenko, Soviet leader, 1985; Ray Milland, Hollywood actor, 1986; Lloyd Bridges, actor, 1998; B

THURSDAY MARCH 9 Deaths: George Burns, comedian, 1996; Terry Nation, scriptwriter who created the Daleks in Dr Who, 1997. FRIDAY MARCH 10 Deaths: Konstantin Chernenko, Soviet leader, 1985; Ray Milland, Hollywood actor, 1986; Lloyd Bridges, actor, 1998; Barry Sheene, ex-world motorcycle champion, 2003; Dave Allen, comedian, 2005. SATURDAY MARCH 11 Deaths: The Rev Benjamin Waugh, creator of the NSPCC, 1908; Alexander Fleming, bacteriolgist, 1955. SUNDAY MARH 12 Deaths: Anne Frank, diarist who died in Belsen concentration camp, 1945; Charlie Parker, jazz saxophonist, 1955; Yehudi Menuhin, violinist and conductor, 1999; Robert Ludlum, spy novelist, 2001. MONDAY MARCH 13 Death: Richard Burbage, creator of the Globe Theatre, 1619. TUESDAY MARCH 14 Deaths: Karl Marx, philosopher and author of Das Kapital, 1883; George Eastman, photography pioneer, 1932; Susan Hayward, actress, 1975; Busby Berkeley, legendary choreographer, 1976; Ken Barrington, ex-England Test cricket batsman, 1981. WEDNESDAY MARCH 15 Deaths: Aristotle Onassis, Greek shipping tycoon, 1975; Rebecca West, novelist, 1983; Dr Benjamin Spock, American paedeatrician and child psychologist, 1998; Thora Hird, actress, 2003.

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