The following deaths of notable individuals occurred in 2019. Names are reported under the date of death, in alphabetical order by surname or pseudonym.
A typical entry reports information in the following sequence:
- Name, age, country of citizenship at birth, subsequent nationality (if applicable), what subject was noted for, cause of death (if known), and reference.
- Charles Ceccaldi-Raynaud, 94, French lawyer and politician, Senator (1995–2004), Deputy (1993–1995), Mayor of Puteaux (1969–2004).
- Luciano De Crescenzo, 90, Italian writer.
, 81, Dutch jazz musician and music producer.
- Ben Kinchlow, 82, American author, minister and televangelist, co-host of The 700 Club.
- P. Rajagopal, 72, Indian businessman and convicted murderer, founder of Saravana Bhavan, complications from a heart attack.
Shivlekh Singh, 14, Indian actor (Shrimaan Shrimati Phir Se, Laal Ishq), traffic collision.
- Andrea Camilleri, 93, Italian writer (Salvo Montalbano) and television writer (Le inchieste del commissario Maigret), complications from a heart attack.
- Warren Cole, 78, New Zealand rower, Olympic champion (1968).
- Swarup Dutta, 78, Indian actor (Apanjan, Uphaar, Andha Atit).
Rudolf Gevondyan, 67, Armenian actor.
- Pumpsie Green, 85, American baseball player (Boston Red Sox, New York Mets).
- Giuseppe Merlo, 91, Italian tennis player.
- Wesley Pruden, 83, American journalist and editor (The Washington Times).
- Robert Waseige, 79, Belgian footballer and coach (Standard Liège, ).
Valentina Zimnya, 91, Ukrainian actress.
- Ernie Broglio, 83, American baseball player (St. Louis Cardinals, Chicago Cubs), cancer.
- Chung Doo-un, 62, South Korean politician, Vice-Mayor of Seoul (2000–2003), MP (2004–2016), suicide.
- Johnny Clegg, 66, South African singer and musician (Juluka, Savuka), pancreatic cancer.
- Raja Dhale, 78, Indian writer and anti-caste discrimination activist, co-founder of Dalit Panthers.
- Howard Engel, 88, Canadian author, pneumonia.
- Sonia Infante, 75, Mexican actress (El precio de la fama, Un rostro en mi pasado, Young People), cardiac arrest.
- Pat Kelly, c. 70, Jamaican rocksteady and reggae singer, complications of kidney disease.
Valeriy KormakovTorpedo Nizhny Novgorod).
, 81, Russian hockey player (
- Himayat Ali Shair, 93, Pakistani poet and writer.
- John Paul Stevens, 99, American judge, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court (1975–2010), complications from a stroke.
- Olga Vyalikova, 65, Russian actress (An Ordinary Miracle).
- Marc Batchelor, 49, South African footballer (Kaizer Chiefs, Orlando Pirates), shot.
- Mortimer Caplin, 103, American lawyer and educator, IRS Commissioner (1961–1964).
- Ousmane Tanor Dieng, 72, Senegalese politician, Vice-president of the Socialist International (since 1996).
- Craig Fallon, 36, British judoka, world champion (2005).
- Alexis Galanos, 78, Cypriot politician, president of the House of Representatives (1991–1996) and Mayor-in-exile of Famagusta (since 2006).
- Edith Irby Jones, 91, American physician.
- Bruce Laingen, 96, American diplomat, United States Ambassador to Malta (1977–1979), complications from Parkinson's disease.
- Sir Fergus Millar, 84, British ancient historian, Camden Professor of Ancient History (1984–2002). 
- Werner Müller, 73, German businessman and politician, Federal Minister for Economics and Technology (1998–2002).
Dzhemma OsmolovskayaStreet Full of Surprises, Sleepless Night).
, 80, Russian actress (
- Sir Rex Richards, 96, British chemist and academic.
- Byambasuren Sharav, 66, Mongolian composer and pianist.
- Karl Shiels, 47, Irish actor (Fair City, Into the Badlands, Henry IV, Part 1).
- Thorsteinn I. Sigfusson, 65, Icelandic physicist.
Rony Bridges, Scottish actor (Dear Frankie, Valhalla Rising, The Decoy Bride).
- Frieder Burda, 83, German art collector.
- Robert Elgie, 54, Irish academic.
- Hussain Muhammad Ershad, 89, Bangladeshi military officer and politician, Chief of Army Staff (1978–1986) and President (1983–1990), Leader of the Opposition (since 2019), myelodysplastic syndrome.
- Hoàng Tụy, 91, Vietnamese mathematician.
- Terry Hodgkinson, 70, British land developer, Chairman of Yorkshire Forward (2003–2010).
- Nereo Laroni, 76, Italian politician, Mayor of Venice (1985–1987) and MEP (1989–1994), complications from heart surgery.
- Mike Maser, 72, American football coach (Miami Dolphins, Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars).
- Ernie Mims, 86, American television host (WOC).
- Lavenia Padarath, 74, Fijian politician, MP (1999–2001, 2006) and President of the Labour Party (since 2015).
- Sterling Tucker, 95, American politician and civil rights activist, Chairman of the Council of the District of Columbia (1975–1979), heart and kidney failure.
- Pernell Whitaker, 55, American boxer, four-weight world champion, Olympic champion (1984), traffic collision.
- Paul Albert Zipfel, 83, American Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Bismarck (1996–2011).
- Bob Bastian, 80, American politician, member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives (1999–2008), crushed by tractor.
- Richard Carter, 65, Australian actor (Mad Max: Fury Road, The Great Gatsby, Rafferty's Rules).
- Augusto Fantozzi, 79, Italian lawyer and politician, Minister of Economy and Finance (1995–1996).
- Sadashiv Vasantrao Gorakshkar, 86, Indian writer and art curator.
- Charles Levin, 70, American actor (Alice, Hill Street Blues, Capital News). (body discovered on this date)
- Bill Luxton, 92, Canadian actor and announcer (Tukiki and His Search for a Merry Christmas).
- Isaac Lesiba Maphotho, 88, South African revolutionary and politician, MPL (1994–2014).
- Paul F. Markham, 89, American attorney, U.S. Attorney for the District of Massachusetts (1966–1969), key figure in the Chappaquiddick incident.
- Rod Richards, 72, Welsh politician, MP for Clwyd North West (1992–1997), Leader of the Welsh Conservative Party (1999), cancer.
- Paolo Sardi, 84, Italian Roman Catholic cardinal, Patron of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta (2009–2014).
- Aleksandr Shumidub, 55, Belarusian Olympic ice hockey player (1998) and manager.
Glenn Smith, 80, American outdoorsman and television host.
- Victor Sosnora, 83, Russian poet and playwright.
- Abu Bakar, 66, Indonesian politician, regent of West Bandung.
- Jorge Aguado, 93, Argentine politician and ruralist, de facto Governor of Buenos Aires Province (1982–1983) and Minister of Agriculture and Livestock (1981).
- Georgios Anastassopoulos, 83, Greek journalist (Journalists' Union of the Athens Daily Newspapers) and politician, MEP (1984–1999) and Vice President (1989–1999).
- Fernando J. Corbató, 93, American computer scientist, developer of Multics, complications from diabetes.
- Joe Grzenda, 82, American baseball player (Detroit Tigers, Kansas City Athletics, New York Mets).
- Abdul Hamid Hamidi, 92, Pakistani field hockey player, Olympic champion (1960), lung injury.
- Emily Hartridge, 35, British television presenter and internet personality, traffic collision.
Damodaran Kalassery, 88, Indian politician, member of the Kerala Legislative Assembly.
- Arno Marsh, 91, American jazz saxophonist.
- Hodan Nalayeh, 42, Somali-Canadian media executive and activist, shot.
- Claudio Naranjo, 86, Chilean psychiatrist, co-developer of the Enneagram of Personality.
- M. J. Radhakrishnan, 61, Indian cinematographer (Deshadanam, Karunam, Naalu Pennungal), heart attack.
- Dick Richards, 95, American Hall of Fame drummer (Bill Haley & His Comets).
- Sadie Roberts-Joseph, 75, American civil rights advocate and museum founder (Odell S. Williams Now And Then African-American Museum), asphyxiation.
- Joseph Rouleau, 90, Canadian bass opera singer.
- Russell Smith, 70, American singer-songwriter (Amazing Rhythm Aces), cancer.
- Matthew Trundle, 53, British-born New Zealand classics and ancient history academic (University of Auckland), leukemia.
- Jean-Pierre Worms, 84, French sociologist and politician, Deputy (1981–1993).
Tony Bamonte, 77, American historian (Inland Northwest).
- Jack Bond, 87, English cricketer (Lancashire).
- Robert Francis Christian, 70, American Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco (since 2018).
Carlos Javier Echarri Cánovas
, Mexican demographer, traffic collision.
- Robert Entwistle, 77, English cricketer (Minor Counties, Cumberland, Lancashire).
- Héctor Figueroa, 57, American labor leader, president of SEIU 32BJ, heart attack.
- Dengir Mir Mehmet Fırat, 76, Turkish politician, MP (1999–2011, since 2015), lung cancer.
- Brendan Grace, 68, Irish comedian (Moondance, Father Ted) and singer, lung cancer.
- Séamus Hetherton, 89, Irish Gaelic footballer (Cavan).
- Soumendranath Kundu, 77, Indian cricketer (Bengal, Railways).
, 42, French quadriplegic and vegetative state right-to-die figure, court assisted starvation.
- Théodore Mel Eg, 67, Ivorian politician, Minister of Culture and Francophonie (2005–2007) and of City and Salubrity (2007–2010).
- Sufi Muhammad, 86, Pakistani cleric and Islamist militant, founder and leader of Tehreek-e-Nafaz-e-Shariat-e-Mohammadi (1992–2002).
- Arto Nilsson, 71, Finnish boxer, Olympic bronze medallist (1968).
Robert Stachler, 88, American lawyer (Pete Rose, Cincinnati Bengals).
Mark Talisman, 78, American legislative aide (Charles Vanik) and Jewish activist.
- William H. Walls, 86, American judge, judge of the District Court for the District of New Jersey (1994–2005).
- Paulo Henrique Amorim, 77, Brazilian journalist.
- Jim Bouton, 80, American baseball player (New York Yankees, Houston Astros), writer (Ball Four), and actor (The Long Goodbye), cerebral amyloid angiopathy.
- Valentina Cortese, 96, Italian actress (Malaya, Brother Sun, Sister Moon, Day for Night).
- Amirali Karmali, 89, Ugandan businessman, CEO of Mukwano Group.
Eva Kröschlová, 92, Czech dancer and choreographer, Thalia Award recipient.
- Lucette Lagnado, 62, Egyptian-born American journalist (The Wall Street Journal), complications from cancer.
- Jerry Lawson, 75, American a cappella singer (The Persuasions).
- Motto McLean, 93, Scottish-born Canadian ice hockey player (Omaha Knights).
- Walt Michaels, 89, American football player (Cleveland Browns) and coach (New York Jets).
- Denise Nickerson, 62, American actress (Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, Dark Shadows, Smile), seizure.
- Nomhle Nkonyeni, 77, South African actress (Sew the Winter to My Skin, Zulu, Red Dust).
- Nino Randazzo, 86, Italian-Australian politician, Senator (2006–2013).
- Albert Shepherd, 82, British actor (The Anniversary, Charlie Bubbles, Before Winter Comes).
- James Small, 50, South African rugby player (Springboks), heart attack.
- Gerald Weissmann, 88, Austrian-born American physician, editor-in-chief of The FASEB Journal (2006–2016).
- Noel Whelan, 50, Irish politician and writer.
- John Bailey, 74, Irish politician, member of the Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown County Council (since 2004), motor neuron disease.
- Domenico Bova, 72, Italian politician, Deputy (1994–2006).
- William E. Dannemeyer, 89, American politician, member of the U.S. House of Representatives (1979–1993) and the California State Assembly (1963–1967, 1976–1978).
- Phil Freelon, 66, American architect (National Museum of African American History and Culture, National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Museum of the African Diaspora), amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- Freddie Jones, 91, British actor (Emmerdale, The Ghosts of Motley Hall, Dune).
- Johnny Kitagawa, 87, Japanese-American talent manager, founder and president of Johnny & Associates, stroke.
- Glenn Mickens, 88, American baseball player (Brooklyn Dodgers), pneumonia.
- Ross Perot, 89, American billionaire businessman, philanthropist and presidential candidate, founder of Electronic Data Systems and the Reform Party, leukemia.
- Robert Rackstraw, 75, American pilot and criminal, suspect in D. B. Cooper case, subject of The Last Master Outlaw, heart disease.
- Aaron Rosand, 92, American violinist.
- Fernando de la Rúa, 81, Argentine lawyer and academic, President (1999–2001), heart and kidney failure.
Michael Sleggs, 33, English actor (This Country), heart failure.
- Marian Spencer, 99, American politician, Vice Mayor of Cincinnati, Ohio (1983–1988).
- Zaheen Tahira, 79, Indian-born Pakistani actress (Khuda Ki Basti, Murad, Umm-e-Kulsoom), complications from a heart attack.
- Rip Torn, 88, American actor (Cross Creek, The Larry Sanders Show, Men in Black), Emmy winner (1996).
Chito Arceo, 69, Filipino actor (Chika Chika Chicks).
- Nick Garratt, 71, Australian rowing coach.
- James Henke, 65, American music journalist (Rolling Stone) and museum curator (Rock and Roll Hall of Fame), complications from dementia.
- Greg Johnson, 48, Canadian ice hockey player (Detroit Red Wings, Nashville Predators, Pittsburgh Penguins), Olympic silver medalist (1994), suicide by gunshot.
, 96, French documentary film director and cinematographer.
Sarkis OvivyanArarat Yerevan, Spartak Moscow) and manager (Dvin Artashat).
, 80, Armenian football player (
, 100, Polish writer.
- Arthur Ryan, 83, Irish clothier, founder and chairman of Primark.
- Paul Schramka, 91, American baseball player (Chicago Cubs).
- Michael Seidenberg, 64, American bookseller and writer, heart failure.
Tunica Teixeira, 69, Brazilian sound designer and musical producer, cancer.
Vladimir ZlatoustovskiyYeralash, Muhtar's Return)., 80, Russian film director and actor (
- Edna Anderson, 96, Canadian politician, MP (1988–1993).
- Salvatore Angerami, 62, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Auxiliary Bishop of Naples (since 2014).
, 93, Brazilian poet, complications from a fall.
- Artur Brauner, 100, Polish-born German film producer (The Plot to Assassinate Hitler, Angry Harvest, Europa Europa).
- Steve Cannon, 84, American novelist, playwright, and arts impresario (A Gathering of the Tribes), sepsis.
- Bob Fouts, 97, American broadcaster (San Francisco 49ers) and sports reporter (KPIX, KGO).
- Patricia Gallerneau, 64, French politician, Deputy (2017–2019), cancer.
- Wolfgang Joklik, 92, Austrian-born American virologist.
- Jonathan Hodge, 78, British composer (Henry's Cat, Fiddley Foodle Bird, Babe).
- Joe Kadenge, 84, Kenyan football player (Abaluhya) and manager (), complications from a stroke.
- Ekaterina Koroleva, 20, Russian handballer, drowned.
- Stefan Kwoczała, 85, Polish speedway rider, national individual champion (1959).
- Ora Namir, 88, Israeli politician and diplomat, member of the Knesset (1973–1996), Minister of Labor (1992–1996), ambassador to China and Mongolia (1996–2000).
- Sutopo Purwo Nugroho, 49, Indonesian civil servant and academic, Head of Indonesian National Board for Disaster Management Public Relations (since 2010), lung cancer.
- Ramón Héctor Ponce, 71, Argentine footballer (Boca Juniors, Quilmes, Colo-Colo).
- R. Ramakrishnan, 73, Indian businessman and politician, MP (since 1980).
- Vlassis G. Rassias, 60, Greek writer, publisher and pagan revivalist.
- Mohammad Hussaini Shahroudi, 93, Iraqi Marja'.
Neil Westergaard, 67, American newspaper editor and columnist (The Denver Post, Denver Business Journal), kidney failure as a complication from heart surgery.
- Paco Alonso, 67, Mexican wrestling executive and promoter (CMLL).
- Cameron Boyce, 20, American actor (Jessie, Grown Ups, Descendants), epileptic seizure.
- Martin Charnin, 84, American lyricist (Annie, Two by Two, Hot Spot) and theatre director (Shadowlands), heart attack.
- Seydi Dinçtürk, 97, Turkish Olympic sprinter (1948).
- João Gilberto, 88, Brazilian singer-songwriter and guitarist, pioneer of bossa nova music style.
- Andrew Graham-Yooll, 75, Argentine journalist and writer.
- Thommy Gustafsson, 71, Swedish keyboardist (Sven-Ingvars).
- Parviz Jalayer, 79, Iranian weightlifter, Olympic silver medalist (1968) and Asian Games champion (1966).
- Eddie Jones, 84, American actor (Lois & Clark, A League of Their Own, The Terminal).
- Arman Kirakossian, 62, Armenian diplomat, Minister of Foreign Affairs (1992–1993), ambassador to the United States (1999–2005) and United Kingdom (since 2018).
Gary LeMel, 80, American jazz singer and music executive (Warner Bros. Pictures), Parkinson's disease.
- Mandla Maseko, 30, South African candidate astronaut, motorcycle crash.
- Denis Pain, 83, New Zealand jurist, District Court judge (1970–1990), and Olympic eventing chef d'équipe (1988, 1992).
- Calvin Quate, 95, American electrical engineer.
Salomão SchvartzmanO Globo), lawyer and sociologist.
, 83, Brazilian journalist (
- K. L. Shivalinge Gowda, 93, Indian politician, MLA (1962–1967, 1978–1983).
- Lucio Soravito de Franceschi, 79, Italian Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Adria-Rovigo (2004–2015).
- Yannis Spathas, 68, Greek guitarist (Socrates Drank the Conium).
- Marie Borroff, 95, American poet and translator.
- Dorothy Buckland-Fuller, 97, Australian sociologist.
- Douglas Crimp, 74, American art historian, writer and curator, multiple myeloma.
- Tzemach Cunin, 43, American rabbi.
- Joel Filártiga, 86, Paraguayan human rights activist and doctor.
Dorothy Fisk, 98, American television personality (WSBT-TV).
- Ugo Gregoretti, 88, Italian television and film director (Ro.Go.Pa.G., Omicron, Beautiful Families).
- Eberhard Havekost, 52, German painter.
- , 68, Australian footballer (, ).
- Mokhtar Kechamli, 56, Algerian football player (ASM Oran, MC Oran, ) and manager, heart attack.
Josef KouteckýMedal of Merit recipient.
, 88, Czech surgeon, first Czech pediatric oncologist,
- Lewis Lloyd, 60, American basketball player (Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets).
- John McCririck, 79, British horse racing journalist, lung cancer.
- Lis Mellemgaard, 95, Danish insurgent spy (Holger Danske) and ophthamologist.
- José Muñoz Sánchez, 57, Spanish politician, Senator (since 2018).
- Adila Mutallibova, 81, Azerbaijani socialite, First Lady (1991–1992).
- Marie Ponsot, 98, American poet and literary critic.
Sam SchulmanSS Exodus.
, 90, American sailor, last living American member of the crew of the
- Kathleen Sims, 77, American politician, member of the Idaho Senate (2001–2002) and House of Representatives (2010–2016).
- Paolo Vinaccia, 65, Italian jazz percussionist, pancreatic cancer.
- Robert A. Bernhard, 91, American banker (Lehman Brothers).
- H. Gopal Bhandary, 66, Indian politician, member of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly (1999–2004, 2008–2013), heart attack.
- Chris Cline, 60, American billionaire mining entrepreneur, helicopter crash.
- Eduardo Fajardo, 94, Spanish actor (The Two Faces of Fear, Nightmare City, Exterminators of the Year 3000).
- Arturo Fernández Rodríguez, 90, Spanish actor (Red Cross Girls, College Boarding House, The Locket), stomach cancer.
- Bob Gilliland, 93, American pilot, first to fly SR-71 Blackbird.
- Héctor Huerta Ríos, Mexican criminal (Beltrán-Leyva Cartel), shot.
- Eva Mozes Kor, 85, Romanian-born American Holocaust survivor and author, founder of CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center.
- Leon Kossoff, 92, British painter.
- Pierre Lhomme, 89, French cinematographer (Cyrano de Bergerac, Lovers Like Us, Deadly Circuit).
- Robert F. Marx, 85, American scuba diver.
- Wayne Mass, 73, American football player (Chicago Bears), heart attack.
, 76, Canadian LGTBI rights activist.
- Vivian Perlis, 91, American musicologist.
- André Pinçon, 88, French politician, Mayor of Laval (1973–1994).
- Jean Royer, 81, Canadian poet.
- Sudarshan Agarwal, 88, Indian politician, Governor of Uttarakhand (2003–2007) and Sikkim (2007–2008).
- Perro Aguayo, 73, Mexican professional wrestler (AAA, UWA, WWF), heart attack.
- Koldo Aguirre, 80, Spanish football player (Athletic Bilbao, ) and manager (Hércules).
- Jacek Baluch, 79, Polish literary scholar.
- Basant Kumar Birla, 98, Indian businessman, Chairman of B.K. Birla Institute of Engineering & Technology (since 2007).
- Christopher Booker, 81, British journalist (The Sunday Telegraph, Private Eye).
- Pol Cruchten, 55, Luxembourgish film director (Somewhere in Europe, Wedding Night – End of the Song, Never Die Young).
- Mitsuo Itoh, 82, Japanese Grand Prix motorcycle road racer.
- Arte Johnson, 90, American comedian and actor (Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In), Emmy Award winner (1969), bladder and prostate cancer.
- Gary Kolb, 79, American baseball player (St. Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee Braves, Pittsburgh Pirates).
- Malva Landa, 100, Ukrainian-born Russian geologist and human rights activist.
- Jared Lorenzen, 38, American football player (, New York Giants, Indianapolis Colts), infection.
- Arseny Mironov, 101, Russian aeronautical engineer.
- Nisar Nasik, 76, Pakistani poet ("Dil Dil Pakistan").
, 77, Uzbek basketball player.
- Tony Robichaux, 57, American baseball player (McNeese State) and coach (Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns), complications from a heart attack.
- Alan Rogan, 68, British guitar technician (The Who), cancer.
- Thomas Shardelow, 87, South African cyclist, Olympic silver medallist (1952).
- Edward Shotter, 86, British Anglican priest and author, Dean of Rochester (1989–2003).
- Vasco Tagliavini, 81, Italian football player (Internazionale, Udinese) and manager (Triestina).
- Raymond Tarcy, 82, French politician, Senator (1980–1989).
Justin Bodle, 58, American television producer (Crusoe).
Robert E. Bradford, 92, American film and television producer, stroke.
- Élie Brousse, 97, French rugby league player (Roanne, Lyon, national team).
- Michael Colgrass, 87, American-born Canadian composer, Pulitzer Prize (1978), skin cancer.
- Costa Cordalis, 75, Greek-born German schlager singer.
- Suzanne Eaton, 59, American biologist, asphyxiation.
- Hugh Edighoffer, 90, Canadian politician.
, 56, Azerbaijani rock musician (
- Lee Iacocca, 94, American automobile executive (Ford Motor Company, Chrysler) and writer (Where Have All the Leaders Gone?), complications from Parkinson's disease.
- José Luis Merino, 92, Spanish film director (The Hanging Woman, Scream of the Demon Lover, Réquiem para el gringo).
- W. Thomas Molloy, 78, Canadian politician, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan (since 2018), pancreatic cancer.
- Rabin Mondal, 90, Indian painter.
- Mr. Two Bits, 97, American cheerleader (University of Florida).
, 83, Russian film director.
- Francesco Pontone, 92, Italian politician, Senator (1987–2013).
- Jaime Posada Díaz, 94, Colombian writer and politician, Minister of National Education (1958–1962) and Governor of Cundinamarca Department (1987–1990).
- George Barclay Richardson, 94, British economist, Warden of Keble College, Oxford (1989–1994).
Charlie Slagle, 67, American soccer player and coach (Davidson Wildcats).
- Lis Verhoeven, 88, German actress and theatre director.
- Bruce Wallrodt, 67, Australian athlete, Paralympic champion (1988, 1992, 1996).
Jacky Zimah, 63, Indonesian singer.
- Ezzat Abou Aouf, 70, Egyptian actor, liver and heart failure.
- Bob Collymore, 61, Guyanese-born British telecom executive, CEO of Safaricom (since 2010), acute myeloid leukaemia.
Devra Freelander, 28, American artist, traffic collision.
- Norman Geisler, 86, American theologian.
- Osvalda Giardi, 86, Italian high jumper and pentathlete.
- Dave Gilbert, 84, Canadian politician, MHA (1985–1996).
- Rolland Golden, 87, American artist.
- Ennio Guarnieri, 88, Italian cinematographer (L'assoluto naturale, The Garden of the Finzi-Continis, Brother Sun, Sister Moon).
, 87, Mexican actress.
- Petey Jones, 65, American football player, portrayed in Remember the Titans.
E. Katherine Kerr, 82, American actress (Silkwood, Songcatcher, Passion Play), non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
, 91, German folk singer.
- Pierre Lenhardt, 91, French Roman Catholic theologian.
Hyman Jebb Levy, 93, American businessman and philanthropist.
- Jackie Mekler, 87, South African long-distance runner, British Empire and Commonwealth silver medalist (1954).
- Derrill Osborn, 76, American fashion executive (Neiman Marcus).
- Al Picard, 96, Canadian ice hockey player (Sudbury Wolves, Buffalo Bisons, Dallas Texans).
- , 80, Hungarian football player (Sparta Rotterdam) and manager (, De Graafschap).
- Ludy Pudluk, 76, Canadian politician, MLA (1975–1995).
- Khalid bin Sultan Al Qasimi, 39, Emirati royal (Al-Qasimi) and fashion designer.
- Sid Ramin, 100, American composer (West Side Story, Too Many Thieves, Stiletto), Oscar (1961) and Grammy winner (1961).
- Jacques Rougeau Sr., 89, Canadian professional wrestler (NWF).
- Bogusław Schaeffer, 90, Polish composer, musicologist and graphic artist.
- Jerry Seltzer, 87, American roller derby promoter.
- Tyler Skaggs, 27, American baseball player (Arizona Diamondbacks, Los Angeles Angels).