Died in 2014

Jan 1 Peter Austin a British brewer. He founded Ringwood Brewery and was a co-founder and first chairman of the Society of Independent Brewers. He built some 140 new breweries in the UK and 16 other countries
Jan 1 Tabby Thomas an American blues musician. He sang and played the piano and guitar, and specialized in a substyle of blues indigenous to southern Louisiana called swamp blues
Jan 1 Juanita Moore an American film, television, and stage actress. She was the fifth African American to be nominated for an Academy Award in any category, and the third in the Supporting Actress category at a time when only a single African American had won an Oscar. Her most famous role was as Annie Johnson in the movie Imitation of Life
Jan 1 Billy McColl (actor) a Scottish actor.
Jan 1 Michael Glennon a convicted Australian child molester and former Roman Catholic priest, the subject of one of the most notorious clergy sex abuse cases in Australia. Glennon ran a youth camp in Lancefield, Victoria, where most of the abuse took place. Glennon was convicted of sexually abusing 15 children in court cases spanning 25 years and was serving a 33½ year prison term with a non-parole period of 26½ years
Jan 1 Milan Horvat a Croatian conductor.
Jan 1 Josep Seguer a Spanish football defender and manager.
Jan 1 Pete DeCoursey a prominent reporter of political news in Pennsylvania. He worked in or covered Pennsylvania politics for nearly three decades, serving most recently as bureau chief for the online news service Capitolwire.com
Jan 1 William Mgimwa a Tanzanian CCM politician and Member of Parliament for Kalenga constituency from 2010 to 2014. He also served as Tanzania's Minister of Finance from 2012 to 2014
Jan 1 Higashifushimi Kunihide the titular head of the Higashifushimi-no-miya, an extinct branch of the Imperial House of Japan, and a Buddhist monk. He was the youngest brother of Empress Kōjun and was the maternal uncle of the present emperor, Akihito. If he had kept his imperial status, at the time of his death he would have been the oldest-ever member of the Japanese imperial family. His Dharma name was Jigō
Jan 2 Jay Traynor an American singer.
Jan 2 Bernard Glasser an American film producer and director. The first film he produced was Gold Raiders. After many years he retired from the business to go into real estate. He lived in Los Angeles with his wife Joan
Jan 2 Dirk Sager a German journalist.
Jan 2 Anne Dorte of Rosenborg a Danish countess and widow of the late Count Christian of Rosenborg. Prince Christian had to give up his princely rank in order to marry her because she was a commoner. The couple married on February 7, 1971, earning her the title Her Excellency Countess Anne Dorte of Rosenborg
Jan 2 Thomas Kurzhals a German keyboardist, composer and rock musician, best known as a member of the bands Stern-Combo Meißen and Karat.
Jan 2 Elizabeth Jane Howard an English novelist. She had previously been an actress and a model
Jan 2 Arnold A. Saltzman an American businessman, diplomat, art collector, and philanthropist, based in New York.
Jan 2 Harald Nugiseks also one of the four Estonian soldiers who received the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross.
Jan 2 Yōko Mitsui a Japanese poet.
Jan 2 Louis George (politician) a Saint Lucian politician. He was elected to the House of Assembly representing Micoud North constituency in 1982. He was a member of the United Workers Party
Jan 2 R. Crosby Kemper Jr. an American banker and philanthropist.
Jan 2 Michael J. Matthews Mayor of Atlantic City, New Jersey from 1982 to 1984. He was mayor for 21 months before he was recalled and sent to prison for extortion while serving as mayor
Jan 3 Saul Zaentz an American film producer and former record company executive. He won the Academy Award for Best Picture three times and in 1996 was awarded the Irving Thalberg Memorial Award
Jan 3 Eric Barnes (footballer) an English professional footballer who played for Crewe Alexandra between 1957 and 1970.
Jan 3 Yashiki Takajin a Japanese singer and television personality.
Jan 3 George Goodman an American author and economics broadcast commentator, best known by his pseudonym Adam Smith. He also wrote fiction under the name "George Goodman"
Jan 3 Alicia Rhett best remembered for her role as India Wilkes in the 1939 film Gone with the Wind.
Jan 3 Leon de Wolff a Dutch journalist and media consultant and researcher.
Jan 3 Michael Neubert Conservative MP for Romford from 1974 until 1997. His loss in the election that year was considered something of surprise
Jan 4 Jean Metellus a Haitian neurologist, poet, novelist and playwright.
Jan 4 Irving Fishman an American lawyer and politician.
Jan 4 Andy Holden (athlete) an English long distance runner whose athletic career peaked in the 1970s. His strongest event was the 3000 m steeplechase, a discipline at which he represented his country in the 1972 Summer Olympics
Jan 4 Sergey Kozlov (footballer) a Russian football player and manager who primarily played as a midfielder and defender.
Jan 4 Caixa Eletronica an American thoroughbred racehorse and winner of three graded stakes in 2012, at the age of seven.
Jan 4 Gabe Gabler a Major League Baseball player. Gabler played for the Chicago Cubs in 1958. In three career games, he had no hits in 3 career at-bats. He batted left and threw right-handed
Jan 5 David Maxwell Walker a Scottish lawyer, academic, and Regius Professor of Law at the University of Glasgow.
Jan 5 Terry Biddlecombe an English National Hunt racing jockey in the 1960s and 1970s. He was Champion Jockey in 1965, 1966 and 1969
Jan 5 Rod Searle a Minnesota farmer, insurance agent, and public servant. Born and raised in urban New Jersey, Searle moved to rural Minnesota in 1947 with his wife Jane and their two young children. With no prior experience in agriculture, they moved to a farm, and soon were raising crops and livestock. He also became heavily involved in community activities
Jan 5 Eusébio a Mozambican-born Portuguese football striker. He is considered one of the greatest footballers of all time. During his professional career, he scored 749 goals in 745 matches at club level and 41 goals for his national team, a total of 790 goals
Jan 5 Carmen Zapata an American actress. Zapata was born in New York City to a Mexican father and an Argentine mother
Jan 5 Alma Muriel a Mexican actress. Born Alma Muriel del Sordo in Mexico City, Mexico, she appeared in plays, films, and telenovelas, which earned TVyNovelas award nominations for Best Female Antagonist in series such as Nunca Te Olvidaré and El Extraño Retorno de Diana Salazar
Jan 5 K. P. Udayabhanu Udayabhanu was an Indian playback singer and music director, mainly in Malayalam films. In 2009, he was awarded the Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour
Jan 5 Uday Kiran a Filmfare Award winning Indian film actor, who primarily worked in the Telugu cinema. His first three films, Chitram, Nuvvu Nenu and Manasantha Nuvve, were successful hits, earning him the title "Hat-trick Hero". Nee Sneham film is the last hit in his career
Jan 5 Jerry Coleman a Major League Baseball second baseman for the New York Yankees and manager of the San Diego Padres for one year. Coleman was named the rookie of the year in 1949 by Associated Press, and was an All-Star in 1950 and later that year was named the World Series most valuable player. Yankees teams on which he was a player appeared in six World Series during his career, winning four times. Coleman served as a Marine Corps pilot in WW II and the Korean War, flying combat missions with the VMSB-341 Torrid Turtles and VMA-323 Death Rattlers in both wars. He later became a broadcaster, and he was honored in 2005 by the National Baseball Hall of Fame with the Ford Frick Award for his broadcasting contributions
Jan 5 Philippe Boiry the pretender to the throne of the unrecognized Kingdom of Araucanía and Patagonia. Boiry became the pretender after Antoine III abdicated in his favour in 1951
Jan 5 Arthur Gietzelt an Australian politician and minister.
Jan 5 Brian Hart a British racing driver and engineer with a background in the aviation industry. He is best known as the founder of Brian Hart Limited, a company that developed and built engines for motorsport use
Jan 5 Simon Hoggart an English journalist and broadcaster. He wrote on politics for The Guardian, and on wine for The Spectator. Until 2006 he presented The News Quiz on Radio 4. His journalism sketches have been published in a series of books
Jan 6 Marina Ginestà a French veteran of the Spanish Civil War, who was a member of the Unified Socialist Youth. She became famous due to the photo taken by German Hans Gutmann on the rooftop of Hotel Colón in Barcelona. It is one of the most iconic photographs of the Spanish Civil War
Jan 6 Larry D. Mann a Canadian actor. He was best known as "The Boss" in a series of Bell Canada television commercials in the 1980s and for voicing the character of Yukon Cornelius in Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer