Dangerous Surgeries! 6 Celebs Who Lost Their Lives Under the Knife

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1. Andy Warhol

If you don’t know who Andy Warhol was, you probably know his famous Marilyn Monroe collage painting, where each small picture of the popular actress is painted in a different color.

He was a beloved artist, and he painted many celebrities, including Mohammed Ali, and he impressed everyone with the colorful and bright colors he used. But his art didn’t stop there: he also painted products that people typically every single day, such as Brillo pads and cans of soup.

Unfortunately, he left the world without his amazing art on February 22nd, 1987, when he was no more than 58 years old. In conformity with officials, he lost his life in Manhattan after having gallbladder surgery at New York Hospital.

Even though he seemed to be recovering pretty well, he suffered a post-operative irregular heartbeat, and he died in his sleep. He and his amazing art will be forever missed!

2. Rod Serling

Rod Serling is considered one of the people who changed the world. In 1959, he gave life to “The Twilight Zone”, which brought him fame and turned him into the most famous writer in the world.

Besides being a great host at the show he created, he was also passionate about politics, and he was active in this domain both on and off the screen. He is also one of the people who contributed to creating television industry standards.

People used to know him as the “angry young man” of Hollywood, due to the fact that he was typically in opposition with sponsors and television executives over a large variety of issues, including war, censorship, and racism.

Sadly, he died at the age of 50 on June 28th, 1975, due to some complications he had after bypass surgery.

3. June Carter Cash

Many people know June Carter Cash for being a great singer and songwriter, as well as the wife of Johnny Cash, but what not many of them know is that she was also a fantastic comedian, actress, dancer, humanitarian, and philanthropist.

Unfortunately, she left this world when she was 73 years old, and she died on May 15th, 2003, in Nashville, Tennessee, due to a few complications after her heart surgery.

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