Some people leave a mark by the way they live and some by the way they die. We have compiled a list of famous last words spoken by famous people.
1. “One last drink, please.” — Jack Daniel
Daniel was an American distiller and founder of Jack Daniel whiskey.
2. “Last words are for fools who haven’t said enough.”— Karl Marx
Marx was a philosopher, an economist, and a theorist.
3. “Kurt Russell” — Walt Disney
Disney was the father of Mickey Mouse, the Disney productions, the Disney world franchise and everything that we associate with fairy tales. He wrote his last words on a paper and even Russell doesn’t know what he meant to say.
4. “Damn it! How will I ever get out of this labyrinth!” — Simon Bolivar
Bolivar was a famous South American political and military leader.
5. “You Will Not Find Me Alive at Sunrise.” — Nostradamus
Nostradamus was a French physician to King Charles IX and a famous seer. Many of his prophecies have come true, including, of course, the one about his death.
6. “Thomas Jefferson still survives.” — John Adams
Adams was the second president of United States of America. His last reported words were these; he did not know that Jefferson had passed away earlier that day.
7. “Nothing, but death.” — Jane Austen
Austen was a famous writer and this was her response to her sister’s question when she asked if there was anything that Austen needed.
8. “Friends applaud, the comedy is finished.” — Ludwig Van Beethoven
Beethoven was a famous pianist and composer.
9. “Et Tu, Brute?” — Julius Caesar
Caesar was a famous roman emperor and these were his words when he was assassinated by his own friend.
10. “Am I dying or this is my Birthday?” — Lady Nancy Astor
Lady Nancy was a member of the parliament and a socialite.These were her words when she saw that she was surrounded by her family and friends.
11. “Waiting are they? Waiting, are they? Well, let ‘em wait.” — Ethan Allen
Allen was an American revolutionary general. This was his reply to his doctor who had said that the angels were waiting for him.
12. “Beautiful” — Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Browning was a writer and this was her reply to her husband when asked how she was feeling.
13. “Damn it . . . Don’t you dare ask God to help me.” — Joan Crawford
Crawford was an American Actress and she said this when her maid started praying to God.
14. “Why do you weep. Did you think I was immortal?” — Louis XIV
Louis XIV was one of the King of France.
15. “I knew it. I knew it. Born in a hotel room – and God damn it – died in a hotel room.” — Eugene O’Neill
O’ Neill was a famous writer.