Here are 23 famous musicians from Republic of Ireland died at 64:
Eamonn Andrews (December 19, 1922 Dublin-November 5, 1987 London) also known as Eamonn Andrews, CBE was an Irish presenter, writer and actor.
He died in heart failure.
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Harry Duggan (June 8, 1903 County Dublin-April 5, 1968) was an Irish personality.
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Archie Goodall (January 3, 1865 Belfast-November 20, 1929 East Finchley) was an Irish personality.
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Robert Boyle (January 25, 1627 Lismore Castle-December 31, 1691 Kingdom of England) was an Irish physicist, philosopher and chemist.
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Nicholas Callan (December 22, 1799 County Louth-January 10, 1864) was an Irish physicist.
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Pat Reilly (February 11, 1873 Dundee-April 9, 1937 Dundee) was an Irish personality.
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Agnes Mary Clerke (February 10, 1842 Skibbereen-January 20, 1907 London) was an Irish astronomer and writer.
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Sheila Manahan (January 1, 1924 Dublin-March 29, 1988 London) otherwise known as Sheila Manahan McKay was an Irish actor.
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James Cecil Parke (July 26, 1881 Clones-February 27, 1946 Llandudno) was an Irish tennis player.
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Richard Brinsley Sheridan (October 30, 1751 Dublin-July 7, 1816 London) also known as Richard Sheridan, Richard Brinsley Butler Sheridan, R. B. Sheridan or Richard B. Sheridan was an Irish politician, playwright, statesman and librettist. He had one child, Charles Brinsley Sheridan.
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Bram Stoker (November 8, 1847 Clontarf, Dublin-April 20, 1912 London) otherwise known as Abraham Stoker was an Irish novelist and writer. He had one child, Noel Thornley Stoker.
He died caused by syphilis.
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Chris Finnegan (June 5, 1944 Iver-March 2, 2009 London) was an Irish professional boxer.
He died in pneumonia.
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Mick Lally (November 10, 1945 Toormakeady-August 31, 2010 Dublin) a.k.a. Mike Lally, Michael Lally, Micheál Ó Maolallaí or Michael "Mick" Lally was an Irish actor and teacher. He had three children, Maghnus Lally, Saileog Lally and Darach Lally.
He died caused by emphysema.
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Joseph Maher (December 29, 1933 Westport-July 17, 1998 Los Angeles) also known as Joe Maher was an Irish actor.
He died caused by brain tumor.
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Joe Heaney (October 15, 1919 Carna, County Galway-May 1, 1984) also known as Joe Éinniú, Seosamh Ó hÉanaí or Heaney, Joe was an Irish singer.
His albums include From My Tradition: The Best Of Joe Heaney. Genres: Sean-nós song and Folk music of Ireland.
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Robert Lusk (March 8, 1781 County Londonderry-December 14, 1845 Salem) also known as Robert Adam Holliday Lusk was an Irish minister.
He died caused by erysipelas.
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Stanelli (June 16, 1896 Dublin-February 12, 1961) a.k.a. Edward De Groot or Edward Stanelli was an Irish actor.
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Charles Tottenham (August 24, 1694-September 20, 1758) was an Irish personality. He had one child, Charles Tottenham.
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Spottiswoode Aitken (April 16, 1868 Edinburgh-February 26, 1933 Los Angeles) also known as Spottiswood Aitkin, Spottiswood Aitken, Spottswood Aitken, Spottiswoode Aitkin or Frank Spottiswoode Aitken was an Irish actor.
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Susan Fitzgerald (May 28, 1949 Leicester-September 9, 2013 Dublin) also known as Susan Mary Theresa Fitzgerald was an Irish actor. Her children are Sarah FitzGerald, Sophie FitzGerald and Richard FitzGerald.
She died as a result of cancer.
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Edmund Fowler (April 5, 1861 Waterford-March 26, 1926 Colchester) was an Irish soldier.
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Abraham Boulger (September 4, 1835 Kilcullen-January 23, 1900 Moate) was an Irish soldier.
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C. S. Lewis (November 29, 1898 Belfast-November 22, 1963 Oxford) also known as N. W. Clerk, Clive Staples Lewis, C.S. Lewis, LEWIS C.S., Lewis, C.S., Jack or Jacksie was an Irish writer, novelist, philosopher, poet, broadcaster and screenwriter. His children are called David Gresham and Douglas Gresham.
His albums: and .
He died caused by renal failure.
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