Special Report

30 Famous People Who Died From COVID

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Mike Longo
> Known as: Jazz pianist; musical director for Dizzy Gillespie
> Date of death: March 22, 2020
> Place of death: New York City
> Age at death: 83

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Terrence McNally
> Known as: Tony-winning playwright (“Kiss of the Spider Woman”)
> Date of death: March 24, 2020
> Place of death: Sarasota, FL
> Age at death: 81

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Floyd Cardoz
> Known as: Chef (Tabla; Paowalla; Top Chef Masters winner)
> Date of death: March 25, 2020
> Place of death: Montclair, NJ
> Age at death: 59

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Joe Diffie
> Known as: Country singer-songwriter (“Pickup Man”)
> Date of death: March 29, 2020
> Place of death: Nashville, TN
> Age at death: 61

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Wallace Roney
> Known as: Grammy-winning jazz trumpeter
> Date of death: March 31, 2020
> Place of death: Paterson, NJ
> Age at death: 59

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