This list was submitted by USER03653 on Sunday, December 30th, 2001 at 3:49 AM PST for The 2002 Lee Atwater Invitational Dead Pool.
|Points||Celebrity||Date of Death||Age|
|10||Queen Elizabeth II||Alive||94|
|9||Bob Hope||July 27th, 2003||100|
|8||Henri Cartier-Bresson||July 31st, 2004||95|
|7||Michael DeBakey||July 11th, 2008||99|
|6||Penny Singleton||November 12th, 2003||95|
|5||Al Lopez||October 30th, 2005||97|
|4||Claude Levi-Strauss||November 1st, 2009||100|
|3||Buddy Ebsen||July 6th, 2003||95|
|2||John Galbraith||April 29th, 2006||97|
|1||Evel Knievel||November 30th, 2007||69|
|0 points||0 hits|
Only in America. Under the name "Eartha Quake," this 800-pound former exotic dancer gained national fame when good samaritan Jerry Springer used his obesity as a cause celebre. They had to knock over a wall to get Eartha out of his house and into a hospital. What a touching story. Of course, this was all before he pled no contest to charges that he let three young boys watch porno movies at his place. We're not making this stuff up, folks.
(d) October 2nd, 1998