Malaysian music stars died at age 75

Here are 2 famous musicians from Malaysia died at 75:

Raja Aziz Addruse

Raja Aziz Addruse (February 10, 1936 Chemor-July 12, 2011 Kuala Lumpur) was a Malaysian personality.

He was a lawyer, journalist, and political activist who was renowned for his outspokenness and commitment to social justice. Raja Aziz Addruse was one of the founders and the first chairman of the Malaysian Bar Council's Human Rights Committee. He was also instrumental in establishing the Centre for Independent Journalism in Malaysia, which focused on advocating for press freedom and media pluralism. Throughout his career, Raja Aziz Addruse was recognized for his tireless efforts in promoting human rights, democracy, and the rule of law, and his contributions were widely celebrated in Malaysia and beyond.

Read more about Raja Aziz Addruse on Wikipedia »

Franklyn Bellamy

Franklyn Bellamy (March 7, 1886 Kuala Lumpur-April 5, 1961 Bodmin) also known as Harry George Franklyn Bellamy, F. Bellamy or Harry was a Malaysian actor.

He started his acting career in the silent film era in 1915 and later transitioned to sound films. Bellamy was a versatile actor and appeared in a variety of roles in numerous British films in the 1930s and 1940s. He was also a regular actor in West End theatre productions from the 1920s to the 1950s, including roles in popular plays such as "The Importance of Being Earnest" and "Arms and the Man". Bellamy was known for his distinctive voice and dapper style onscreen. He was also a skilled magician and often incorporated his magic tricks into his theatre performances. Bellamy continued to act until his death in 1961, leaving behind a legacy of over 100 films and several memorable performances.

Read more about Franklyn Bellamy on Wikipedia »

Related articles