Famous music stars died as a result of Crohn's disease

Here are 3 famous musicians from the world died in Crohn's disease:

Ogden Nash

Ogden Nash (August 19, 1902 Town of Rye-March 19, 1971 Baltimore) a.k.a. Frederic Ogden Nash or Nash, Ogden was an American screenwriter, poet and lyricist. He had two children, Isabel Nash Eberstadt and Linell Nash Smith.

Nash is known for his witty and whimsical poetry, often making use of wordplay and imaginative rhymes. He wrote over 500 pieces of poetry, including the popular "The Cow," "The Panther," and "Custard the Dragon." Nash's work was featured in magazines such as The New Yorker and Harper's Magazine, and he also wrote for Broadway musicals and Hollywood films. One of his most famous works is the lyrics for the song "Speak Low" from the musical One Touch of Venus. Despite his success as a writer, Nash struggled with anxiety and depression throughout his life. He died at the age of 68 from complications related to Crohn's disease.

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Louis XIII of France

Louis XIII of France (September 27, 1601 Fontainebleau-May 14, 1643 Château de Saint-Germain-en-Laye) also known as King Louis XIII of France was a French , . His children are called Louis XIV of France and Philippe I, Duke of Orléans.

His albums include .

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Lili Boulanger

Lili Boulanger (August 21, 1893 Paris-March 15, 1918 Mézy-sur-Seine) also known as Boulanger, Lili was a French musician and composer.

Her discography includes: les mélodies, Faust et Hélène (City of Birmingham Symphony Chorus, BBC Philharmonic feat. conductor: Yan Pascal Tortelier), and Stravinsky: Symphony of Psalms / Boulanger: Du fond de l'abîme, Psalms 24 & 129, Vieille prière bouddhique. Genres: Classical music.

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