Roy Scheider, best known for his leading roles in the first two Jaws movies, died from complications of a staph infection in 2008, after he'd been diagnosed with multiple myeloma in 2004.
Roy Richard Scheider was an American actor and amateur boxer. He was best known for his leading roles as Police Chief Martin C. Brody in the first two Jaws movies, choreographer and film director Joe Gideon in All That Jazz, NYPD Detective Buddy "Cloudy" Russo in The French Connection, NYPD Detective Buddy Manucci in The Seven Ups, and Captain Nathan Bridger in the science fiction television series seaQuest DSV. Scheider's final performance was posthumously released in the 2011 thriller Iron Cross. Described by AllMovie as "one of the most unique and distinguished of all Hollywood actors", Scheider was nominated for two Academy Awards, a Golden Globe Award and a BAFTA Award. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 76 (1932-2008)
Birthplace: Orange, New Jersey, USA
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Jack Snow was an NFL football player for the Los Angeles Rams in the 1960's and 70's. He developed a staph infection in 2005 and died shortly afterwards from complications.
Jack T. Snow is an actor. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 63 (1943-2006)
Birthplace: Rock Springs, Grant Village, Wyoming, United States of America
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Humfry Payne was an English archeologist and director of the British school of Archeology in Athens. He died from a staph infection in 1936.
Humfry Gilbert Garth Payne was an English archaeologist, director of the British School of Archaeology in Athens from 1929 to his death. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 34 (1902-1936)
Birthplace: Wendover, United Kingdomsee more on Humfry Payne
U.S. Congressman and President of the World Bank, Barber Conable died from a staph infection in 2003..
Barber Benjamin Conable, Jr. was a U.S. Congressman from New York and president of the World Bank. ...more on Wikipedia
Age: Died at 81 (1922-2003)
Birthplace: Warsaw, New York, United States of Americasee more on Barber Conable