Billie Holiday is widely regarded as one of the most important female jazz and blues performers.
He died at the age of 58 in 1984 owing to an intracerebral haemorrhage. Due to drunkenness, his health had been worsening for several years.
The baseball icon Mickey Mantle is largely recognized as the best switch-hitter in history. Additionally, he was a very strong drinker for many years.
He died in 1969 after being brought to the hospital when, while drinking whiskey, he began vomiting blood.
The coroner's inquiry found that Bonham had been on a drinking binge the day before he died, and accounts indicate that he began the day with 16 vodka shots for breakfast.
Haemorrhages caused by drunkenness were the cause of his death. He was only 29 years old when he passed away.
The 50-year-old Sullivan's Travels (1941) actress passed away in 1973. Her death was caused by severe hepatitis and acute renal damage.
During a break, while filming 'Gladiator,' English actor Oliver Reed died of a heart attack (2000).
Peter Cook was a prominent English comedian with a career in British television and movies. He battled alcoholism for most of his life.