American music stars died in Suicide by hanging

Here are 3 famous musicians from United States of America died in Suicide by hanging:

Robin Williams

Robin Williams (July 21, 1951 Chicago-August 11, 2014 Paradise Cay) otherwise known as Robin McLaurin Williams, Marty Fromage, Sudy Nim, Ray D. Tutto, Robin McLaurim Williams or Robin Willaims was an American actor, screenwriter, voice actor, stand-up comedian, comedian and film producer. He had three children, Zachary Pym Williams, Zelda Rae Williams and Cody Alan Williams.

Discography: Reality… What a Concept, Throbbing Python of Love, A Night at the Met, Live 2002, Weapons of Self Destuction, Weapons of Self Destruction and Pecos Bill.

Williams rose to fame in the 1970s as a stand-up comedian and became well known for his improvisational skills on stage. He later went on to star in a number of successful films, including Good Morning, Vietnam, Dead Poets Society, Mrs. Doubtfire, Jumanji, The Birdcage, and Good Will Hunting. Williams won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor in Good Will Hunting and was also nominated for three other Academy Awards throughout his career. In addition to his work in film and comedy, Williams was an active philanthropist, supporting a number of causes including children's health and education. He suffered from depression and tragically died by suicide in 2014.

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Rozz Williams

Rozz Williams (November 6, 1963 Pomona-April 1, 1998 West Hollywood) a.k.a. Williams, Rozz was an American singer, musician, songwriter and poet.

His most recognized albums: Accept the Gift of Sin, Every King a Bastard Son, Neue Sachlichkeit, The Whorse's Mouth, Live In Berlin and Dream Home Heartache. Genres he performed: Gothic rock, Deathrock, Dark cabaret, Industrial music, Spoken word, Dark ambient, Experimental music, Punk rock, Post-punk and Industrial rock.

Williams is best known as the founder and lead vocalist of the influential gothic rock band Christian Death, which he formed in 1979. He left the band in 1985 and formed his own project, Shadow Project, which blended elements of punk rock, gothic rock, and industrial music. In addition to his work as a musician, Williams was also a poet and artist, creating artwork for many of his albums and publishing several books of poetry. He struggled with addiction and depression throughout his life and tragically died by suicide at the age of 34. Williams' influence on the gothic rock and industrial music scenes continues to be felt today, and his legacy has inspired many artists in both genres.

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Simone Battle

Simone Battle (June 17, 1989 Los Angeles-September 5, 2014 Los Angeles) otherwise known as Simone Sherise Battle was an American songwriter, actor, dancer and singer.

Genres she performed: Pop music.

Battle began her career as a member of the girl groups, "G.R.L." and "RichGirl". She gained widespread recognition after appearing as a contestant on the television show "The X Factor" in 2011, where she was mentored by Simon Cowell. After the show, she secured a recording contract with Epic Records and released her debut single "He Likes Boys" in 2013.

In addition to her music career, Battle acted in various television shows, including "Zoey 101" and "Everybody Hates Chris". She also lent her voice to the animated series "The Cleveland Show". Tragically, Battle passed away at the age of 25 due to suicide. Her death sparked a conversation about mental health in the entertainment industry.

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