25 Celebrity Graves Of Larger-Than-Life Personalities

Over the years, celebrities have inspired and fascinated popular culture. Whether it was through their movie or musical performances, these larger-than-life personalities not only made a huge impact in their life but also in their death. Celebrities graves have become popular tourist attractions, drawing larger crowds, and sinking many to grave robbing. Want to see some of the most famous celebrity resting places? Here are 25 Celebrity Graves Of Larger-Than-Life Personalities.

20

Walter Matthau

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Comedic actor Walter Matthau was best known for his roles in The Odd Couple and Grumpy Old Men. He died on July 1st, 2000 and was buried at Westwood Memorial Park.

19

Frank Sinatra

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Popular actor and singer Frank Sinatra was called “The Voice” and left quite a stamp on the 20th century. He died on May 14th, 1998 and was buried in Desert Memorial Park.

18

James Cagney

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Famed actor James Cagney died on March 30, 1986 and was buried Gate of Heaven Cemetery.

17

Fred Astaire

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Emmy and Oscar winner Fred Astaire charmed audiences with his acting and dancing. He died on June 22nd, 1987 and was buried at Oakwood Memorial Park.

16

Bon Scott

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Singer and musician of AC/DC Bon Scott died on February 19th, 1980. His body was cremated and his ashes were thrown into the wind, but his family placed a memorial plaque in Freemantle Cemetery.

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