10 Celebrities’ Famous Last Words

Celebrities are not just considered for their inspirational living but also for their word power as well. Throughout their life, they have been known to be a source of inspiration for several people. By going through a small glimpse of their life, it is possible to assess the way in which they are known to conduct themselves. Learning about the last words of top 10 celebrities will prove to be most effective for sure.

10. Jack Daniel (1850 – 1911)

 


Jack Daniel

This top American distiller is credited to be the founder of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee distilleries as well. He suffered an unnatural death because of blood poisoning way back in 1911. Perhaps, the legend he left behind for generations together will be best remembered by one and all for a long time to come for sure. “I want my life back” are the last words from him.

9. Karl Marx (1818 – 1883)

 


Karl Marx

This political economist from Germany has left a permanent upon human race. His ideologies are still being actively studied as part of various courses, which displays his unique prowess in an exceptional manner with ease. Das Kapital was the book written by him in 1867. His last words are “last words are for fools who haven’t said enough.”

8. Richard Harris (1930-2002)

 


Richard Harris

Perhaps, this Irish singer and actor was regarded for his unique lifestyle and maximum influence upon his contemporaries. His most recognized role was in Camelot in 1967. Richard played the role of Albus Dumbledore as well with equal finesse in the Harry Potter movie. His last words were “It was the food.”

7. Walt Disney (1901-1966)

America has produced numerous multifaceted personalities, but none became as much as successful as Walt Disney. Perhaps, he was a successful business magnate besides being a notable cartoonist as well. He is popular for receiving a record 22 Academy Awards apart from seven Emmy Awards as well. The kind of multiple skills that he displayed brought him global notoriety. His last words were “Kurt Russell.”

6. John Adams (1735-1826)

John Adams became popular as the second president of the United States of America. During his last speech, he was found uttering, “My best wishes in the joys, and the solemn services of the day on which will be completed the fiftieth year from its birth of the independence of the United States…”

5. Dimebag Darrell (1966-2004)

Celebrities belonging to the entertainment industry have global influence. Those words they utter quickly become a hot topic. Dimebag Darrell belongs to the same category who is an American guitarist, who lost his life at the hands of his gunman during Damageplan show. His last words are “Van Halen”, which was an American rock band formed in 1972.

4. Kit Carson (1809-1868)

No American frontiersman could make as much impact as Kit Carson made. Perhaps, his ideals are considered very valuable in these modern times. Kit created a sort of records through his inspirational lifestyle. Perhaps, it is this reason that he is considered to be an evergreen legend even by the modern people. His last words are “I just wish I had time for one more bowl of chili.”

3. Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888)

Apart from being a greater writer, Louisa is the only woman who made it to the top ten list. She was an inspirational novelist as well who died at the age of 55 in Boston. Numerous literary works from her side made global impact because of which she is held in high esteem by many literary greats. Her last words are, “Is it not meningitis?”

2. Simon Bolivar (1783-1830)

South American politician Simon Bolivar was considered to be a great ruler as well. However, he died at a young age of 47 because of tuberculosis. He is best known for his tyrannical rule that made even the worst of enemies go shivers down their spines. His last words are “Damn it! How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!”

1. Nostradamus (1503-1566)

Perhaps, this most influential seers of all time cannot predict anything better other than his own death. After his wife and kids lost lives due to plague, he relocated to Italy. His last words were: “You will not find me alive at sunrise.”