3 High-Profile Celebrities Who Have Been Killed by COVID-19

We have by now realized that there is absolutely no safeguard against coronavirus, not even stardom. During the past few weeks, we have witnessed how several celebrities. Have come up with the shocking news of them testing positive for the novel coronavirus. From the legendary actor and also Hollywood heartthrob Tom Hanks to Kevin Durant. Brooklyn Nets player to Prince Charles to Andy Cohen, talk show host, celebrities from across the society have been impacted by the coronavirus. 

At first, the COVID-19 pandemic closed down the entertainment events. And venues across the globe and now it has started claiming the precious lives of top Hollywood celebrities, musicians, actors, artists, comedians, writers, thespians, and also many other celebrated figures. Here are a few of the top celebs who have left us on account of coronavirus. 

Manu Dibango, 86

Manu Dibango, the jazz genius who is best known to the world for “Soul Makossa,” lost his life on March 24. He was 86. His funeral took place in strict privacy. He gained phenomenal popularity and also won stupendous appreciation for fusing traditional Cameroon music with funk. And also that went on to become a hot favorite with some celebrated New York DJs. The noted saxophonist and also singer died peacefully in a hospital close to Paris and left a huge void in the jazz music world. 

Mark Blum, 69

He was only 69. He was originally from New Jersey and co-starred in ‘Crocodile Dundee’, another major hit. Appeared as a guest actor in a host of TV series and that may include ‘The Sopranos’, ‘NYPD Blue’, and also even ‘The West Wing’. Most recently he featured in ‘You’, a Netflix cult hit.

Terrence McNally, 81

He passed away peacefully on March 24 after being inflicted by the novel coronavirus. However, he was suffering for quite some time from ‘chronic obstructive pulmonary disease’. He made his debut with “And Things That Go Bump in the Night,” in 1965 and subsequently won a total of five Tony Awards, a couple of them he won back to back as an appreciation for the comedy-drama in 1995 called the “Love! Valor! Compassion!” and then in the following year he was acknowledged for “Master Class,” He received the Tony Awards even for the musicals ‘Ragtime’ in 1998 and ‘Kiss of the Spider Woman’ in 1993.

Numerous other celebrities have succumbed to coronavirus complications. The entire. Fans are praying for the departed souls, with a heavy heart.