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Influential people who died in 2020

From RBG and Kobe to John Lewis and Chadwick Boseman, we were taken aback repeatedly by the loss of prominent people.

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By BERNARD McGHEE

In a year defined by a devastating pandemic, the world lost iconic defenders of civil rights, great athletes and entertainers who helped define their genres.

Many of their names hold a prominent place in the collective consciousness — RBG, Kobe, Maradona, Eddie Van Halen, Little Richard, Sean Connery, Alex Trebek, Christo — but pandemic restrictions often limited the public’s ability to mourn their loss in a year that saw more than a million people die from the coronavirus.

FILE – In this April 6, 2018, file photo, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg applauds after a performance in her honor after she spoke about her life and work during a discussion at Georgetown Law School in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg — known as the Notorious RBG to her many admirers — was one of the many noteworthy figures who died in 2020.

In a court known for solemn legal proceedings, Ginsburg became a cultural and social media icon whose fierce defense of women’s rights earned her a devoted following. She died in September after 27 years on the country’s highest court. Making few concessions to age and health problems, she showed a steely resilience and became the leader of liberal justices on the court.

The world also said goodbye to U.S. Rep. John Lewis, a lion of the civil rights movement who died in July.

Other former political figures who died this year include Egyptian leader Hosni Mubarak, New York Mayor David Dinkins, Arizona Gov. Jane Hull, Taiwanese President Lee Teng-hui, U.S. Sen. Tom Coburn, Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat, U.N. Secretary-General Javier Pérez de Cuéllar and FBI Director William S. Sessions.

Some of the year’s deaths struck down relatively young people, leaving mourners with the heartbreak of a life gone too soon.

Basketball great Kobe Bryant died along with several others in a January helicopter crash at age 41. And in a shock to fans, actor Chadwick Boseman, who inspired audiences with his portrayal of comic book superhero Black Panther, died of cancer in August at age 43.

Others in the world of arts and entertainment who died in 2020 include actors Olivia de Havilland, Kirk Douglas, Irrfan Khan, Max von Sydow, Diana Rigg, Ian Holm, Rishi Kapoor and Franca Valeri, musicians Ellis Marsalis Jr., John Prine, Bonnie Pointer, Kenny Rogers, Juliette Greco and Toots Hibbert, filmmakers Nobuhiko Obayashi, Joel Schumacher and Ivan Passer, authors Mary Higgins Clark and Clive Cussler, TV hosts Regis Philbin and Jim Lehrer, magician Roy Horn, and fashion designer Kenzo Takada.

Here is a roll call of some influential figures who died in 2020 (cause of death cited for younger people, if available):

JANUARY

David Stern, Pa online casino no deposit bonus 77. The basketball-loving lawyer who took the NBA around the world during 30 years as its longest-serving commissioner and oversaw its growth into a global powerhouse. Jan. 1.

Nick Gordon, 30. He was found liable in the death of his ex-partner, Bobbi Kristina Brown, the daughter of singers Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown. Jan. 1. Heroin overdose.

Don Larsen, 90. The journeyman pitcher who reached the heights of baseball glory when he threw a perfect game in 1956 with the New York Yankees for the only no-hitter in World Series history. Jan. 1. Esophageal cancer.

Neil Peart, 67. The renowned drummer and lyricist from the influential Canadian band Rush. Jan. 7.

Elizabeth Wurtzel, 52. Her blunt and painful confessions of her struggles with addiction and depression in the bestselling “Prozac Nation” made her a voice and Scores casino sign up code a target for an anxious generation. Jan. 7. Cancer.

Buck Henry, 89. “The Graduate” co-writer who as screenwriter, character actor, “Saturday Night Live” host and cherished talk-show and party guest became an all-around cultural superstar of the 1960s and 70s. Jan. 8.

Ivan Passer, 86. A leading filmmaker of the Czech New Wave who with Milos Forman fled Soviet-controlled Prague and forged a celebrated career in Hollywood. Jan. 9.

Sultan Qaboos bin Said, 79. He was the Mideast’s longest-ruling monarch who seized power in Oman in a 1970 palace coup and pulled his Arabian sultanate into modernity while carefully balancing diplomatic ties between adversaries Iran and the U.S. Jan. 11.

Jimmy Heath, 93. A Grammy-nominated jazz saxophonist and composer who performed with such greats as Miles Davis and John Coltrane before forming the popular family group the Heath Brothers in middle age. Jan. 19.

Thomas Railsback, 87. An Illinois Republican congressman who helped draw up articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon in 1974. Jan. 20.

Terry Jones, 77. A founding member of the anarchic Monty Python troupe who was hailed by colleagues as “the complete Renaissance comedian” and “a man of endless enthusiasms.” Jan. 21.

Jim Lehrer, 85. The longtime host of the nightly PBS “NewsHour” whose serious, sober demeanor made him the choice to moderate 11 presidential debates between 1988 and 2012. Jan. 23.

In this March 2, 2019, file photo Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gianna watch the first half of an NCAA college basketball game between Connecticut and Houston in Storrs, Conn. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)

Kobe Bryant, 41. The 18-time NBA All-Star who won five championships and became one of the greatest basketball players of his generation during a 20-year career spent entirely with the Lakers. Jan. 26. Helicopter crash along with eight others, including his 13-year-old daughter Gianna.

John Andretti, 56. Carved out his own niche in one of the world’s most successful racing families and became the first driver to attempt the Memorial Day double. Jan. 30.

Mary Higgins Clark, 92. She was the tireless and long-reigning “Queen of Suspense” whose tales of women beating the odds made her one of the world’s most popular writers. Jan. 31.

Anne Cox Chambers, 100. A newspaper heiress, diplomat and philanthropist who was one of America’s richest women. Jan. 31.

FEBRUARY

Andy Gill, 64. The guitarist who supplied the scratching, seething sound that fueled the highly influential British punk band Gang of Four. Feb. 1.

Bernard Ebbers, 78. The former chief of WorldCom who was convicted in one of the largest corporate accounting scandals in U.S. history. Feb. 2.

George Steiner, 90. He became one of the world’s leading public intellectuals through his uncommon erudition, multilingual perspective and the provocative lessons he drew from his Jewish roots and escape from the Holocaust. Feb. 3.

Daniel arap Moi, 95. A former schoolteacher who became Kenya’s longest-serving president and presided over years of repression and economic turmoil fueled by runaway corruption. Feb. 4.

This Nov. 16, 1982 file photo shows actor Kirk Douglas at his home in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Wally Fong, File)

Kirk Douglas, 103. The intense, muscular actor with the dimpled chin who starred in “Spartacus,” “Lust for Life” and dozens of other films, helped fatally weaken the blacklist against suspected communists and reigned for decades as a Hollywood maverick and patriarch. Feb. 5.

Beverly Pepper, 97. A fixture of the Roman “Dolce Vita” and renowned American sculptor who made Italy her home and backdrop to many of her monumental steel creations. Feb. 5.

Roger Kahn, 92. The writer who wove memoir and baseball and touched millions of readers through his romantic account of the Brooklyn Dodgers in “The Boys of Summer.” Feb. 6.

Orson Bean, 91. The witty actor and comedian who enlivened the game show “To Tell the Truth” and played a crotchety merchant on “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.” Feb. 7. Hit by a car.

Robert Conrad, 84. The rugged, contentious actor who starred in the hugely popular 1960s television series “Hawaiian Eye” and “The Wild Wild West.” Feb. 8.

Mirella Freni, 84. An Italian soprano whose uncommon elegance and intensity combined with a sumptuous voice and intelligence to enthrall audiences for a half-century. Feb. 9.

Joseph Shabalala, 78. The founder of the South African multi-Grammy-Award-winning music group Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Feb. 11.

Charles “Chuckie” O’Brien, 86. A longtime associate of Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa who became a leading suspect in the labor leader’s disappearance and later was portrayed in the Martin Scorsese film, “The Irishman.” Feb. 13.

Zoe Caldwell, 86. A four-time Tony Award winner who brought humanity to larger-than-life characters, whether it be the dotty schoolteacher Miss Jean Brodie, an aging opera star Maria Callas or the betrayed, murderous Medea. Feb. 16.

Charles Portis, 86. The novelist was a favorite among critics and writers for such shaggy dog stories as “Norwood” and “Gringos” and a bounty for Hollywood whose droll, bloody Western “True Grit” was a bestseller twice adapted into Oscar-nominated films. Feb. 17.

Mickey Wright, 85. The golf great with a magnificent swing who won 13 majors among her 82 victories and gave the fledgling LPGA a crucial lift. Feb. 17.

Sy Sperling, 78. The Hair Club for Men founder who was famous for the TV commercials where he proclaimed “I’m not only the Hair Club president but I’m also a client.” Feb. 19.

Barbara “B.” Smith, 70. She was one of the nation’s top Black models who went on to open restaurants, launch a successful home products line and write cookbooks. Feb. 22.

Thich Quang Do, 91. A Buddhist monk who became the public face of religious dissent in Vietnam while the Communist government kept him in prison or under house arrest for more than 20 years. Feb. 22.

Katherine Johnson, 101. A mathematician who calculated rocket trajectories and Earth orbits for NASA’s early space missions and was later portrayed in the 2016 hit film “Hidden Figures,” about pioneering Black female aerospace workers. Feb. 24.

Clive Cussler, 88. The million-selling adventure writer and real-life thrill-seeker who wove personal details and spectacular fantasies into his page-turning novels about underwater explorer Dirk Pitt. Feb. 24.

Hosni Mubarak, 91. The Egyptian leader who was the autocratic face of stability in the Middle East for nearly 30 years before being forced from power in an Arab Spring uprising. Feb. 25.

MARCH

Jack Welch, 84. He transformed General Electric Co. into a highly profitable multinational conglomerate and parlayed his legendary business acumen into a retirement career as a corporate leadership guru. March 1. Renal failure.

Ernesto Cardenal, 95. The renowned poet and Roman Catholic cleric who became a symbol of revolutionary verse in Nicaragua and across Latin America, and whose suspension from the priesthood by St. John Paul II lasted over three decades. March 1.

James Lipton, 93. The longtime host of “Inside the Actors Studio.” March 2. Cancer.

Bobbie Battista, 67. She was among the original anchors for CNN Headline News and hosted CNN’s “TalkBack Live.” March 3. Cancer.

Javier Pérez de Cuéllar, 100. The two-term United Nations secretary-general who brokered a historic cease-fire between Iran and Iraq in 1988 and who in later life came out of retirement to help reestablish democracy in his Peruvian homeland. March 4.

Amory Houghton Jr., 93. He led his family’s glass company in upstate New York and later spent nearly two decades in Congress as a Republican with a reputation for breaking with his party. March 4.

Max von Sydow, 90. The actor known to art-house audiences through his work with Swedish director Ingmar Bergman and later to moviegoers everywhere when he played the priest in the horror classic “The Exorcist.” March 8.

Rev. Darius L. Swann, 95. His challenge to the notion of segregated public schools helped spark the use of busing to integrate schools across the country. March 8.

Charles Wuorinen, 81. A winner of the 1970 Pulitzer Prize in Music and composer of the operas “Brokeback Mountain” and “Haroun and the Sea of Stories.” March 11. Injuries suffered in a fall.

Lyle Waggoner, 84. He used his good looks to comic effect on “The Carol Burnett Show,” partnered with a superhero on “Wonder Woman” and was the first centerfold for Playgirl magazine. March 17.

In this June 9, 2012, file photo, Kenny Rogers performs at the 2012 CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tenn. (Photo by Wade Payne/Invision/AP, File)

Kenny Rogers, 81. The Grammy-winning balladeer who spanned jazz, folk, country and pop with such hits as “Lucille,” “Lady” and “Islands in the Stream” and embraced his persona as “The Gambler” on records and TV. March 20.

Terrence McNally, 81. He was one of America’s great playwrights whose prolific career included winning Tony Awards for the plays “Love! Valour! Compassion!” and “Master Class” and the musicals “Ragtime” and “Kiss of the Spider Woman.” March 24. Coronavirus.

Manu Dibango, 86. He fused African rhythms with funk to become one of the most influential musicians in world dance music. March 24. Coronavirus.

Floyd Cardoz, 59. He competed on “Top Chef,” won “Top Chef Masters” and operated successful restaurants in both India and New York. March 25. Coronavirus.

Fred “Curly” Neal, 77. The dribbling wizard who entertained millions with the Harlem Globetrotters for parts of three decades. March 26.

Rev. Joseph E. Lowery, 98. A veteran civil rights leader who helped the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. found the Southern Christian Leadership Conference and fought against racial discrimination. March 27.

Tom Coburn, 72. A former U.S. senator from Oklahoma who earned a reputation as a conservative political maverick when he railed against federal earmarks and subsidies for the rich. March 28.

Krzysztof Penderecki, 86. An award-winning conductor and one of the world’s most popular contemporary classical music composers whose works have featured in Hollywood films like “The Shining” and “Shutter Island.” March 29.

Joe Diffie, 61. A country singer who had a string of hits in the 1990s with chart-topping ballads and honky-tonk singles like “Home” and “Pickup Man.” March 29. Coronavirus.

Bill Withers, 81. He wrote and sang a string of soulful songs in the 1970s that have stood the test of time, including “Lean on Me,” “Lovely Day” and “Ain’t No Sunshine.” March 30.

APRIL

Ellis Marsalis Jr., 85. The jazz pianist, teacher and patriarch of a New Orleans musical clan. April 1. Coronavirus.

Adam Schlesinger, 52. An Emmy and Grammy-winning musician and songwriter known for his work with his band Fountains of Wayne and on the TV show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.” April 1. Coronavirus.

Tom Dempsey, 73. The NFL kicker born without toes on his kicking foot who made a then-record 63-yard field goal. April 4. Coronavirus.

Honor Blackman, 94. The potent British actress who took James Bond’s breath away in “Goldfinger” and who starred as the leather-clad, judo-flipping Cathy Gale in “The Avengers.” April 5.

Earl Graves Sr., 85. He championed Black businesses as the founder of the first African American-owned magazine focusing on black entrepreneurs. April 6.

This June 15, 2019 file photo shows John Prine performing at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. John Prinedied Tuesday, April 7 of complications from COVID-19. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP, File)

John Prine, 73. The singer-songwriter who explored the heartbreaks, indignities and absurdities of everyday life in “Angel from Montgomery,” “Sam Stone,” “Hello in There” and scores of other songs. April 7. Coronavirus.

Herbert Stempel, 93. A fall guy and whistleblower of early television whose confession to deliberately losing on a 1950s quiz show helped drive a national scandal and join his name in history to winning contestant Charles Van Doren. April 7.

Linda Tripp, 70. Her secretly taped conversations with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky provided evidence of an affair with President Bill Clinton that led to his impeachment. April 8.

Mort Drucker, 91. The Mad magazine cartoonist who for decades lovingly spoofed politicians, celebrities and popular culture. April 9.

Phyllis Lyon, 95. A gay rights pioneer who, with her longtime partner, was among the first same-sex couples to marry in California when it became legal to do so in 2008. April 9.

Nobuhiko Obayashi, 82. He was one of Japan’s most prolific filmmakers who devoted his works to depicting war’s horrors and singing the eternal power of movies. April 10.

Stirling Moss, 90. A daring, speed-loving Englishman regarded as the greatest Formula One driver never to win the world championship. April 12.

Brian Dennehy, 81. The burly actor who started in films as a macho heavy and later in his career won plaudits for his stage work in plays by William Shakespeare, Anton Chekhov, Eugene O’Neill and Arthur Miller. April 15.

Jane Hull, 84. She was Arizona’s first woman elected governor and part of the “Fab Five” celebrated as the nation’s first all-female elected state executive branch leadership group. April 17.

Paul O’Neill, 84. A former Treasury secretary who broke with George W. Bush over tax policy and then produced a book critical of the administration. April 18.

Irrfan Khan, 54. A veteran character actor in Bollywood movies and one of India’s best-known exports to Hollywood. April 29.

Denis Goldberg, 87. A South African anti-apartheid activist. April 29.

Rishi Kapoor, 67. A top Indian actor who was a scion of Bollywood’s most famous Kapoor family. April 30.

MAY

Bobby Lee Verdugo, 69. One of the leaders of the 1968 East Los Angeles high school walkout to protest discrimination and dropout rates among Mexican American students, which triggered a movement across the American Southwest. May 1.

Shady Habash, 22. An Egyptian filmmaker detained without trial for over two years for making a music video that mocked President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi. May 2. Died in prison.

Rosalind Elias, 90. An American mezzo-soprano who created roles in a pair of Samuel Barber world premieres and made her Broadway debut at 81. May 3.

Miami Dolphins’ coach Don Shula lets out with a roar as the gun sounds to give his Dolphins a 14-7 Super Bowl victory over the Washington Redskins in Los Angeles in this Jan. 14, 1973 file photo. Shula coached the 1972 Dolphins to a 17-0 record, still the only perfect season in NFL history. (AP Photo/File)

Don Shula, 90. He won the most games of any NFL coach and led the Miami Dolphins to the only perfect season in league history. May 4.

Roy Horn, 75. He was half of Siegfried & Roy, the duo whose extraordinary magic tricks astonished millions until Horn was critically injured in 2003 by one of the act’s famed white tigers. May 8. Coronavirus.

Little Richard, 87. He was one of the chief architects of rock ‘n’ roll whose piercing wail, pounding piano and towering pompadour irrevocably altered popular music while introducing Black R&B to white America. May 9. Bone cancer.

Betty Wright, 66. The Grammy-winning soul singer and songwriter whose influential 1970s hits included “Clean Up Woman” and “Where is the Love.” May 10.

Jerry Stiller, 92. For decades, he teamed with wife Anne Meara in a beloved comedy duo and then reached new heights in his senior years as the high-strung Frank Costanza on the classic sitcom “Seinfeld” and the basement-dwelling father-in-law on “The King of Queens.” May 11.

Astrid Kirchherr, 81. She was the German photographer who shot some of the earliest and most striking images of the Beatles and helped shape their trend-setting visual style. May 12.

Phyllis George, 70. The former Miss America who became a female sportscasting pioneer on CBS’ “The NFL Today” and served as the first lady of Kentucky. May 14.

Fred Willard, 86. The comedic actor whose improv style kept him relevant for more than 50 years in films like “This Is Spinal Tap,” “Best In Show” and “Anchorman.” May 15.

Ken Osmond, 76. On TV’s “Leave It to Beaver,” he played two-faced teenage scoundrel Eddie Haskell, a role so memorable it left him typecast and led to a second career as a police officer. May 18.

Saleh Abdullah Kamel, 79. The billionaire Saudi businessman who founded the banking and real estate conglomerate Dallah Albaraka Group. May 19.

Jerry Sloan, 78. The Hall of Fame coach who was a fixture for decades in Utah and took the Jazz to the NBA Finals in 1997 and 1998. May 22.

Eddie Sutton, 84. The Hall of Fame basketball coach who led three teams to the Final Four and was the first coach to take four schools to the NCAA Tournament. May 23.

Stanley Ho, 98. A casino tycoon whose business empire dominated the Portuguese gambling enclave of Macao for decades. May 26.

Larry Kramer, 84. The playwright whose angry voice and pen raised theatergoers’ consciousness about AIDS and roused thousands to militant protests in the early years of the epidemic. May 27. Pneumonia.

Christo, 84. He was known for massive, ephemeral public arts projects that often involved wrapping large structures in fabric. May 31.

JUNE

Wes Unseld, 74. The workmanlike Hall of Fame center who led Washington to its only NBA championship and was chosen one of the 50 greatest players in league history. June 2.

Shigeru Yokota, 87. A Japanese campaigner for the return of his daughter and more than a dozen others who were abducted to North Korea in the 1970s. June 5.

Bonnie Pointer, 69. She convinced three of her church-singing siblings to form the Pointer Sisters, which would become one of the biggest acts of the 1970s and ’80s. June 8. Cardiac arrest.

Pierre Nkurunziza, 56. As president of Burundi, his 15-year-rule was marked by deadly political violence and a historic withdrawal from the International Criminal Court. June 8.

William S. Sessions, 90. A former federal judge appointed by President Ronald Reagan to head the FBI and fired years later by President Bill Clinton. June 12.

Charles Webb, 81. A lifelong nonconformist whose debut novel “The Graduate” was a deadpan satire of his college education and wealthy background adapted into the classic film of the same name. June 16.

Edén Pastora, 83. Better known as “Commander Zero,” he was one of the most mercurial and charismatic figures of Central America’s revolutionary upheavals. June 16.

In this Jan. 20, 2011 file photo, Jean Kennedy Smith attends a ceremony marking the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s inaugural speech on Capitol Hill in Washington. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)

Jean Kennedy Smith, 92. She was the last surviving sibling of President John F. Kennedy and who as a U.S. ambassador played a key role in the peace process in Northern Ireland. June 17.

Vera Lynn, 103. The endearingly popular “Forces’ Sweetheart” who serenaded British troops during World War II. June 18.

Ian Holm, 88. An acclaimed British actor whose long career included roles in “Chariots of Fire” and “The Lord of the Rings.” June 19.

Joel Schumacher, 80. The eclectic and brazen filmmaker who shepherded the Brat Pack to the big screen in “St. Elmo’s Fire” and steering the Batman franchise into its most baroque territory in “Batman Forever” and “Batman & Robin.” June 22.

Milton Glaser, 91. The groundbreaking graphic designer who adorned Bob Dylan’s silhouette with psychedelic hair and summed up the feelings for his home state with “I (HEART) NY.” June 26.

Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., 82. He was the last of three one-time Ku Klux Klansmen convicted in a 1963 Alabama church bombing that killed four Black girls and was the deadliest single attack of the civil rights movement. June 26.

Rudolfo Anaya, 82. A writer who helped launch the 1970s Chicano Literature Movement with his novel “Bless Me, Ultima,” a book celebrated by Latinos. June 28.

Carl Reiner, 98. The ingenious and versatile writer, actor and director who broke through as a “second banana” to Sid Caesar and rose to comedy’s front ranks as creator of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and straight man to Mel Brooks’ “2000 Year Old Man.” June 29.

Johnny Mandel, 94. The Oscar- and Grammy-winning composer, arranger and musician who worked on albums by Frank Sinatra, Natalie Cole and many others and whose songwriting credits included “The Shadow of Your Smile” and the theme from the film and TV show “M*A*S*H.” June 29.

JULY

Hugh Downs, 99. The genial, versatile broadcaster who became one of television’s most familiar and welcome faces with more than 15,000 hours on news, game and talk shows. July 1.

Nick Cordero, 41. A Tony Award-nominated actor who specialized in playing tough guys on Broadway in such shows as “Waitress,” “A Bronx Tale” and “Bullets Over Broadway.” July 5. Coronavirus.

Ennio Morricone, 91. The Oscar-winning Italian composer who created the coyote-howl theme for the iconic spaghetti Western “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” and soundtracks for such classic Hollywood gangster movies as “The Untouchables” and “Once Upon A Time In America.” July 6. Complications of surgery after a fall.

Charlie Daniels, 83. Country music firebrand and fiddler who had a hit with “Devil Went Down to Georgia.” July 6. Stroke.

Mary Kay Letourneau, 58. A teacher who married her former sixth-grade student after she was convicted of raping him in a case that drew international headlines. July 6. Cancer.

Naya Rivera, 33. A singer and actor who played a gay cheerleader on the hit TV musical comedy “Glee.” July 8. Drowning.

Kelly Preston, 57. She played dramatic and comic foil to actors ranging from Tom Cruise in “Jerry Maguire” to Arnold Schwarzenegger in “Twins” and was married to actor John Travolta. July 12. Cancer.

Joanna Cole, 75. The author whose “Magic School Bus” books transported millions of young people on extraordinary and educational adventures. July 12. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.

John Lewis, 80. An icon of the civil rights movement whose bloody beating by Alabama state troopers in 1965 helped galvanize opposition to racial segregation, and who went on to a long and celebrated career in Congress. July 17.

Rev. C.T. Vivian, 95. An early and key adviser to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. who organized pivotal civil rights campaigns and spent decades advocating for justice and equality. July 17.

FILE – In this June 27, 2010 file photo, host Regis Philbin is seen on stage at the 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in Las Vegas. Philbin, the genial host who shared his life with television viewers over morning coffee for decades and helped himself and some fans strike it rich with the game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire,” has died on Friday, July 24, 2020. (AP Photo/Eric Jamison)

Regis Philbin, 88. The genial host who shared his life with television viewers over morning coffee for decades and helped himself and some fans strike it rich with the game show “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.” July 24.

Peter Green, 73. The dexterous blues guitarist who led the first incarnation of Fleetwood Mac in a career shortened by psychedelic drugs and mental illness. July 25.

John Saxon, 83. A versatile actor with a lengthy and prolific career who starred with Bruce Lee in “Enter the Dragon” and appeared in several “Nightmare on Elm Street” movies. July 25. Pneumonia.

Olivia de Havilland, 104. The doe-eyed actress beloved to millions as the sainted Melanie Wilkes of “Gone With the Wind,” but also a two-time Oscar winner and an off-screen fighter who challenged and unchained Hollywood’s contract system. July 26.

Connie Culp, 57. She was the recipient of the first partial face transplant in the U.S. July 29.

Lee Teng-hui, 97. A former Taiwanese president who brought direct elections and other democratic changes to the self-governed island despite missile launches and other fierce saber-rattling by China. July 30.

Herman Cain, 74. A former Republican presidential candidate and former CEO of a major pizza chain who went on to become an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump. July 30. Coronavirus.

Alan Parker, 76. A successful and sometimes surprising filmmaker whose diverse output includes “Bugsy Malone,” “Midnight Express” and “Evita.” July 31.

AUGUST

Wilford Brimley, 85. He worked his way up from movie stunt rider to an indelible character actor who brought gruff charm, and sometimes menace, to a range of films that included “Cocoon,” “The Natural” and “The Firm.” Aug. 1.

John Hume, 83. The visionary politician who won a Nobel Peace Prize for fashioning the agreement that ended violence in his native Northern Ireland. Aug. 3.

Shirley Ann Grau, 91. A Pulitzer Prize-winning fiction writer whose stories and novels told of both the dark secrets and the beauty of the Deep South. Aug. 3.

Brent Scowcroft, 95. He played a prominent role in American foreign policy as national security adviser to Presidents Gerald Ford and George H.W. Bush and was a Republican voice against the 2003 invasion of Iraq. Aug. 6.

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz, 83. A prolific Jewish scholar who spent 45 years compiling a monumental and ground-breaking translation of the Talmud. Aug. 7.

Franca Valeri, 100. An elegant, ironic and versatile actress who pioneered female comic roles in Italy’s post-war years and helped the nation laugh at its foibles. Aug. 9.

Robert Trump, 71. President Donald Trump’s younger brother, he was a businessman known for an even keel that seemed almost incompatible with the family name. Aug. 15.

Slade Gorton, 92. A cerebral politician from Washington state who served as a U.S. Senate Republican leader before he was ousted by the growing Seattle-area liberal electorate in 2000. Aug. 19.

Gail Sheehy, 83. A journalist, commentator and pop sociologist whose best-selling “Passages” helped millions navigate their lives from early adulthood to middle age and beyond. Aug. 24. Complications from pneumonia.

Lute Olson, 85. The Hall of Fame coach who turned Arizona into a college basketball powerhouse. Aug. 27.

Osamu Masuko, 71. A former Mitsubishi Motors chief executive who engineered the Japanese automaker’s alliance with Nissan. Aug. 27. Heart failure.

In this Jan. 29, 2018 file photo, Chadwick Boseman, a cast member in “Black Panther,” poses at the premiere of the film in Los Angeles. Actor Chadwick Boseman, who played Black icons Jackie Robinson and James Brown before finding fame as the regal Black Panther in the Marvel cinematic universe, died of cancer at 43. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)

Chadwick Boseman, 43. He played Black American icons Jackie Robinson and James Brown with searing intensity before inspiring audiences worldwide as the regal Black Panther in Marvel’s blockbuster movie franchise. Aug. 28. Cancer.

John Thompson, 78. The imposing Hall of Famer who turned Georgetown into a “Hoya Paranoia” powerhouse and became the first Black coach to lead a team to the NCAA men’s basketball championship. Aug. 30.

Lady Yvonne Sursock Cochrane, 98. One of Lebanon’s most prominent philanthropists and a pioneer defender of the country’s heritage. Aug. 31. Injuries suffered from a massive explosion in Beirut.

Tom Seaver, 75. The Hall of Fame pitcher who steered a stunning transformation from lovable losers to Miracle Mets in 1969. Aug. 31. Complications of Lewy body dementia and the coronavirus.

SEPTEMBER

Kaing Guek Eav, 77. Known as Duc, he was the Khmer Rouge’s chief jailer, who admitted overseeing the torture and killings of as many as 16,000 Cambodians while running the regime’s most notorious prison. Sept. 2.

Diana Rigg, who rose to stardom in “The Avengers” in the 1960s, found new fans as Olenna Tyrell in “Game of Thrones.” Photo: Helen Sloane/HBO

Diana Rigg, 82. A commanding British actress whose career stretched from iconic 1960s spy series “The Avengers” to fantasy juggernaut “Game of Thrones.” Sept. 10.

Toots Hibbert, 77. One of reggae’s founders and most beloved stars who gave the music its name and later helped make it an international movement through such classics as “Pressure Drop,” “Monkey Man” and “Funky Kingston.” Sept. 11.

Terence Conran, 88. The British designer, retailer and restaurateur who built a furniture empire around the world, founded The Design Museum in London and modernized the everyday lives of British people. Sept. 12.

Florence Howe, 91. An activist, educator and major contributor to American literature and culture who as co-founder of the Feminist Press helped revive such acclaimed and influential works as Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wall-Paper” and Rebecca Harding Davis’ “Life in the Iron Mills.” Sept. 12.

Winston Groom, 77. The writer whose novel “Forrest Gump” was made into a six-Oscar winning 1994 movie that became a soaring pop culture phenomenon. Sept. 17.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87. The U.S. Supreme Court justice developed a cult-like following over her more than 27 years on the bench, especially among young women who appreciated her lifelong, fierce defense of women’s rights. Sept. 18.

Rev. Robert Graetz, 92. The only white minister to support the Montgomery bus boycott and who became the target of scorn and bombings for doing so. Sept. 20.

Michael Lonsdale, 89. An enigmatic giant of the silver screen and theater in France who worked with some of the world’s top directors in an acting career that spanned 60 years. Sept. 21.

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Juliette Greco, 93. A French singer, actress, cultural icon and muse to existentialist philosophers of the country’s post-War period. Sept. 23.

Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah, 91. The ruler of Kuwait who drew on his decades as the oil-rich nation’s top diplomat to push for closer ties to Iraq after the 1990 Gulf War and solutions to other regional crises. Sept. 29.

Helen Reddy, 78. She shot to stardom in the 1970s with her rousing feminist anthem “I Am Woman” and recorded a string of other hits. Sept. 29.

Timothy Ray Brown, 54. He made history as “the Berlin patient,” the first person known to be cured of HIV infection. Sept. 29.

Mac Davis, 78. A country music star who launched his career crafting the Elvis hits “A Little Less Conversation” and “In the Ghetto,” and whose own hits include “Baby Don’t Get Hooked On Me.” Sept. 29.

Sister Ardeth Platte, 84. A Dominican nun and anti-nuclear activist who spent time in jail for her peaceful protests. Sept. 30.

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Bob Gibson, 84. A baseball Hall of Famer and the dominating St. Louis Cardinals pitcher who won a record seven consecutive World Series starts and set a modern standard for excellence when he finished the 1968 season with a 1.12 ERA. Oct. 2.

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FILE – In this June 22, 2004, file photo, Eddie Van Halen plays the final chord of “Jump” during the Van Halen concert at the Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, N,.J. (John Munson/NJ Advance Media via AP)

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Johnny Nash, 80. A singer-songwriter, actor and producer who rose from pop crooner to early reggae star to the creator and performer of the million-selling anthem “I Can See Clearly Now.” Oct. 6.

Mohammad Reza Shajarian, 80. His distinctive voice quavered to traditional Persian music on state radio for years before supporting protesters following Iran’s contested 2009 election. Oct. 8.

Whitey Ford, 91. The street-smart New Yorker who had the best winning percentage of any pitcher in the 20th century and helped the Yankees become baseball’s perennial champions in the 1950s and ’60s. Oct. 8.

Joe Morgan, 77. The Hall of Fame second baseman became the sparkplug of dominant Cincinnati teams in the mid-1970s and was a two-time National League Most Valuable Player. Oct. 11.

Bernard S. Cohen, 86. He won a landmark case that led to the U.S. Supreme Court’s rejection of laws forbidding interracial marriage and later went on to a successful political career as a state legislator. Oct. 12. Complications from Parkinson’s disease.

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Christopher Pendergast, 71. A suburban New York teacher who turned a Lou Gehrig’s disease diagnosis into a decadeslong campaign to raise awareness and fund research. Oct. 14.

Rhonda Fleming, 97. The fiery redhead who appeared with Burt Lancaster, Kirk Douglas, Charlton Heston, Ronald Reagan and other film stars of the 1940s and 1950s. Oct. 14.

Sid Hartman, 100. The Minnesota sports columnist and radio personality was an old-school home team booster who once ran the NBA’s Minneapolis Lakers and achieved nearly as much celebrity as some of the athletes he covered. Oct. 18.

Spencer Davis, 81. A British guitarist and bandleader whose eponymous rock group had 1960s hits including “Gimme Some Lovin’” and “I’m a Man.” Oct. 19.

James Randi, 92. A magician who later challenged spoon benders, mind readers and faith healers with such voracity that he became regarded as the country’s foremost skeptic. Oct. 20.

Lee Kun-Hee, 78. The Samsung Electronics chairman who transformed the small television maker into a global giant of consumer electronics but whose leadership was also marred by corruption convictions. Oct. 25.

Diane di Prima, 86. A poet, activist and teacher who was one of the last surviving members of the Beats and one of the few women writers in the Beat movement. Oct. 25.

Billy Joe Shaver, 81. An outlaw country singer-songwriter who wrote songs like “Honky Tonk Heroes,” “I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train” and “Old Five and Dimers Like Me.” Oct. 28.

Sean Connery, 90. The charismatic Scottish actor who rose to international superstardom as the suave secret agent James Bond and then abandoned the role to carve out an Oscar-winning career in other rugged roles. Oct. 31.

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Robert Fisk, 74. A veteran British journalist, he was one of the best-known Middle East correspondents who spent his career reporting from the troubled region and won accolades for challenging mainstream narratives. Nov. 1.

Tom Metzger, 82. The notorious former Ku Klux Klan leader who rose to prominence in the 1980s while promoting white separatism and stoking racial violence. Nov. 4. Parkinson’s disease.

Norm Crosby, 93. The deadpan mangler of the English language who thrived in the 1960s, ’70s and ’80s as a television, nightclub and casino comedian. Nov. 7.

“Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek worked through his cancer battle, and his final shows will air Jan. 4-8. (Jeopardy! via AP)

Alex Trebek, 80. He presided over the beloved quiz show “Jeopardy!” for more than 30 years with dapper charm and a touch of schoolmaster strictness. Nov. 8.

Saeb Erekat, 65. A veteran peace negotiator and prominent international spokesman for the Palestinians for more than three decades. Nov. 10. Coronavirus.

Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, 84. As Bahrain’s prince, he was one of the world’s longest-serving prime ministers and led his island nation’s government for decades. Nov. 11.

Paul Hornung, 84. The dazzling “Golden Boy” of the Green Bay Packers whose singular ability to generate points as a runner, receiver, quarterback and kicker helped turn the team into an NFL dynasty. Nov. 13.

Soumitra Chatterjee, 85. The legendary Indian actor with more than 200 movies to his name and famed for his work with Oscar-winning director Satyajit Ray. Nov. 15. Coronavirus.

Walid al-Moallem, 79. Syria’s longtime foreign minister, he was a career diplomat who became one of the country’s most prominent faces to the outside world during the uprising against President Bashar Assad. Nov. 16.

Jan Morris, 94. The celebrated journalist, historian, world traveler and fiction writer who in middle age became a pioneer of the transgender movement. Nov. 20.

David Dinkins, 93. He broke barriers as New York City’s first African American mayor but was doomed to a single term by a soaring murder rate, stubborn unemployment and his mishandling of a riot in Brooklyn. Nov. 23.

Bruce Carver Boynton, 83. A civil rights pioneer from Alabama who inspired the landmark “Freedom Rides” of 1961. Nov. 23.

Diego Maradona, 60. The Argentine soccer great who scored the “Hand of God” goal in 1986 and led his country to that year’s World Cup title before later struggling with cocaine use and obesity. Nov. 25.

Dave Prowse, 85. The British weightlifter-turned-actor who was the body, though not the voice, of archvillain Darth Vader in the original “Star Wars” trilogy. Nov. 28.

Eddie Benton-Banai, 89. He helped found the American Indian Movement partly in response to alleged police brutality against Indigenous people. Nov. 30.

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Valery Giscard d’Estaing, 94. He was the president of France from 1974 to 1981 and became a champion of European integration. Dec. 2.

Rafer Johnson poses with his bronze plaque on the Court of Honor at the Los Angeles Coliseum for Johnson in 2009. (Photo by Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG)

Rafer Johnson, 86. He won the decathlon at the 1960 Rome Olympics and helped subdue Robert F. Kennedy’s assassin in 1968. He lit the flame to open the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984. Dec. 2.

Alison Lurie, 94. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist whose satirical and cerebral tales of love and academia included the marital saga “The War Between the Tates” and the comedy of Americans abroad “Foreign Affairs.” Dec. 3.

David L. Lander, 73. An actor who played the character of Squiggy on the popular ABC comedy “Laverne & Shirley.” Dec. 4.

Tabaré Vázquez, 80. He was Uruguay’s first socialist president, rising from poverty to win two terms as leader. Dec. 6. Cancer.

Paul Sarbanes, 87. He represented Maryland for 30 years in the Senate as a leader of financial regulatory reform and drafted the first article of impeachment against Republican President Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal as a congressman. Dec. 6.

Charles “Chuck” Yeager, 97. The World War II fighter pilot ace and quintessential test pilot who in 1947 became the first person to fly faster than sound. Dec. 7.

Barbara Windsor, 83. A British actress whose seven-decade career ranged from cheeky film comedies to the soap opera “EastEnders.” Dec. 10.

Tommy “Tiny” Lister, 62. A former professional wrestler who was known for his bullying Deebo character in the “Friday” films. Dec. 10.

Charley Pride, 86. He was one of country music’s first Black superstars whose rich baritone on such hits as “Kiss an Angel Good Morning” helped sell millions of records and made him the first Black member of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Dec. 12. Coronavirus.

John le Carre, 89. The spy-turned-novelist whose elegant and intricate narratives defined the Cold War espionage thriller and brought acclaim to a genre critics had once ignored. Dec. 12.

Ann Reinking, 71. The Tony Award-winning choreographer, actress and Bob Fosse collaborator who helped spread a cool, muscular hybrid of jazz and burlesque movement to Broadway and beyond. Dec. 12.

Jeremy Bulloch, 75. The English actor who first donned a helmet, cape and jetpack to play Boba Fett in the original “Star Wars” trilogy. Dec. 17.

William Winter, 97. The former Mississippi governor was a Democrat who pushed to strengthen public education in one of the poorest states in the U.S. and to improve race relations. Dec. 18.

K.T. Oslin, 78. A country singer who hit it big with the 1987 hit “80′s Ladies” and won three Grammy awards. Dec. 21.

Stella Tennant, 50. The aristocratic British model was a muse to designers such as Karl Lagerfeld and Gianni Versace. Dec. 22.

Ivry Gitlis, 98. The acclaimed violinist played with famed conductors, rock stars and jazz bands around the world. Death announced Dec. 24.

Tony Rice, 69. The master bluegrass picker performed or recorded with musicians including Ricky Skaggs, Dolly Parton and Jerry Garcia. Dec. 25.

Phil Niekro, 81. The baseball Hall of Famer pitched with a knuckleball that baffled hitters for more than two decades, mostly with the Atlanta Braves. Dec. 26.

George Blake, 98. The former British intelligence officer worked as a double agent for the Soviet Union. His death was reported in Russia on Dec. 26.

Pierre Cardin, 98. The French fashion designer revolutionized fashion with his iconic looks of the 20th century. Dec. 29.

Luke Letlow, 41. Louisiana’s congressman-elect died of complications related to COVID-19. be. Dec. 29.

Dawn Wells, 82. She played the wholesome Mary Ann on the 1960s sitcom “Gilligan’s Island.” Dec. 30.

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Since it may not always be the case and it can not be generalized, we have compiled a list of most common no deposit bonuses available at these casinos. Check these out to see which is going to suit you the most.

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There couldn’t be anything better than a chance to start your gaming journey by playing some of your favorite online casino games for free. Thus to ensure the happiness of the players, some of leading online casino brands offer free bonuses to the players to let them try their luck by spinning the reels of their favorite online slot games. Thanks to these casinos like Betvoyager Casino, and King Billy Casino this is no longer a dream. Click here to find out more casinos that offer £5 No Deposit Bonus.

£10 No Deposit Bonus

We are sure that seeing the long list of casinos offering these no deposit bonuses is adding to your happiness and here’s another addition to the list. The other most common bonus that you would come across while searching for the perfect bonus for yourself is £10 No Deposit Bonus. All you have to do is lookout for the casino’s offering these. Thanks to our experts who have enlisted some of the latest £10 no deposit bonuses at the leading online casinos for you. Read here to know more about these.

£20 No Deposit Bonus

Since more is always better, if you are one of the lucky players, you might also come across £20 No Deposit Bonus. This gives the players a chance to enjoy playing their favorite online games for free with the free spins that they get. These might include some of your favorite online slot games like Starburst, Book of Dead, Age of Gods and others. But don’t forget to check out for some terms like wagering, cash out and other terms associated with each of these bonuses to make them yours.

£25 No Deposit Bonus

They say ‘where there is a will, there is a way,’ so if you do not want to settle for anything less this one are is for you. Many online casinos also offer this huge not deposit bonus for their players. All you have to do is be willing to receive them. And if you are here, reading this,that’s quite evident. Click here to know more about the huge £25 No Deposit Bonus offered to the players at leading online casino. Claim your bonus, wager the winnings and get ready to fuel up your bankroll using these free bonuses and coupon codes.

How Can I Claim No Deposit Bonus?

So have you found the newest no deposit bonus 2020 that you want to claim? If you have, it is important to claim these offers carefully so that you do not miss out on these exciting offers. We have made this easier for you by briefly explaining how to claim these no deposit bonuses. Although these steps may vary from one casino to another, they broadly include some basic steps that have been explained below.

Find the Best No Deposit Bonus

So have you found the newest no deposit bonus 2020 that you want to claim? If you have, it is important to claim these offers carefully so that you do not miss out on these exciting offers. We have made this easier for you by briefly explaining how to claim these no deposit bonuses. Although these steps may vary from one casino to another, they broadly include some basic steps that have been explained below.

Sign up at an Online Casino

Kudos! If you have made up your mind about the bonus that you want to claim. The first step towards claiming this bonus is signing up at the online casino offering it. Although some casinos may let you enjoy the games that they offer with its demo or the free play mode without signing up but if you want to scoop out wins, you need to sign up for an account.

To do this, simply look out for the ‘sign up’ or ‘register’ button on the online casino site and fill the registration form by providing basic details like your name, address, phone number, and email. This will take you one step closer to claiming the bonus.

Claim the No Deposit Bonus

Once you have signed up at the casino offering the bonus that you like, the next step is to claim this bonus. You need to log in to your account for this.

The no deposit bonus might either be offered via a pop-up on your screen that you must accept or may be available in the ‘bonuses’ section on the casino site. This can be found on the top navigation bar. Alternatively, some casinos also send these no deposit offers to the registered email address of the players. Log in to your email and follow the steps to make these yours. Further, you might also have to redeem a no deposit promo code to claim these which must be done before you make a deposit.

Wager the Winnings

So, you just claimed the no deposit bonus and managed to grab some wins? The next thing that you should be concerned about is how to wager the no deposit bonus. But don’t you worry it is quite easy.

In a rare chance you might come across casinos like Play OJO that offer no wager bonuses but mostly, you will have to wager the bonus. For that, you need to make a deposit and wager the winnings the number of times as required. The catch here is that the contribution of different games towards the wagering might vary while some games may not contribute at all. There might also be a restriction on the maximum bet that you can place while wagering thus it should be checked before you start wagering.

How to Redeem No Deposit Promo Codes?

The easiest way to claim a no deposit bonus is by redeeming a no deposit promo code associated with it. When redeemed these coupon codes award the players the free bonus that they have been looking for. Sign up at an online casino to receive these coupons or promo codes. After that follow the step given below to make these yours.

  • Login to your account.
  • Look for the enter code section which is an empty tab where you can enter the code. This might be in the bonus section or in the cashier.
  • Do take care, that some casinos need you to claim the promotion or opt-in to it before redeeming the code which can be checked in the terms of the bonus. Enter the correct promo code to make the bonus yours.

No Deposit Bonuses at Online Casinos Across the World

USA No Deposit Bonus Codes

Lately the popularity of the online Casinos has reached a peak among the Americans. Thus many reputed online casinos now offer exclusive USA no deposit bonus codes for their players.

List of USA Online Casinos No Deposit Bonus Promo Codes 2021

No Deposit Bonus USA Casinos Bonus Value Wagering Requirements
BondiBet Casino 25 Free Spins 20 times
Vegas Crest Casino 10 Free Spins on The Tipsy Tourist Slot 99 times
Cafe Casino $10 Free Chips (Promo Code: CAFE10) 60 times
Supernova Casino $25 on Slots and $20 on Roulette 50 times for Slots 60 times for Roulette
Golden Lion Casino $20 Free Chip (Promo Code: ROYAL20) 50 times

UK No Deposit Bonus Codes

Online Casinos have made their way to the heart of the UK players too. Thus the UK players can now claim no deposit casino bonus codes for existing players as well as the new players.

Canada No Deposit Bonus Codes

Players residing in Canada do not have to be left behind from claiming these no deposit promo codes and offers. They can grab the latest no deposit bonus codes 2020 at online Canadian casinos.

Australia No Deposit Bonus Codes

Thanks to the availability of Australian no deposit bonus codes, the players there also get to enjoy these no deposit bonuses. These let them enjoy free spins, free chips and a lot more.

Latest Australian No Deposit Bonus Codes for Online & Mobile Casinos

No Deposit Bonus Australia Casinos Bonus Value Wagering Requirements
BondiBet Casino 25 Free Spins 20 times
BetVoyager Casino 5 Free Spins on More Gold Diggin’ Slot Game 60 times
Rich Casino 25 Free Spins 20 times
7 Reels Casino 25 Free Spins 20 times
Golden Lion Casino $50 Free Chip 50 times
Slotastic Casino 10 Free Spins on Panda Magic Slot (Promo Code: MAGICTASTIC) 60 times

No Deposit Mobile Casino Promo Codes

In the wake of advancement of technology, smartphones and tablets have become an indispensable part of our day-to-day life, making mobile casinos the source of new age gaming. Online casinos now mostly offer mobile compatible sites so that you can play from your iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows OS devices, anywhere anytime. The games on offer at a mobile casino are generally the same that are offered by an online casino, but to encourage players to take their gaming adventure on the go, casinos offer some exclusive mobile casino bonuses. One such promotion is a No Deposit Bonus, which can be claimed by following any of the two below mentioned steps:

  • Download/install the mobile casino app,
  • Scan the QR code

The key benefit of claiming a no deposit mobile casino bonus is that you get an opportunity to familiarize yourself with a mobile casino and its games for free, without risking any of your real money.

Can I Keep No Deposit Bonus Winnings?

Although the No Deposit Bonus comes for free, but when it comes to cashing out the winnings associated, almost every online casino requires you to fulfill a stipulated wagering requirement aka playthrough or rollover requirement, ranging between 5x and 60x.

Imposing these wagering requirements is crucial to avoid bonus abuse at an online casino. Imagine a new player exploiting an online casino by signing up time and again under different identities, claiming the No Deposit Bonus and walking away with the winnings.

No Deposit Bonus Without Wagering Requirements – Keep What You Win

Since a lot of online casinos impose ludicrous wagering requirements on bonus winnings, players often look for best no wagering casinos over internet so that they get to keep whatever they win without being stung with absurd bonus terms & conditions. A no wagering online casino is not a myth, such casinos do exist. While we were evaluating no wagering casino sites for you, we came across some no deposit bonuses with no wagering requirements.

Although no deposit no wager bonus is a rare occurrence in the industry, yet if you are lucky enough to find a one then it is indeed a great way to try out a new online casino or casino game without spending any of your real money, and the cherry on the cake is that you get to keep whatever you win without having to spend a cent. But do keep in mind that no deposit bonuses without wagering requirements generally come with withdrawal limits. Below we have enlisted our hand-picked best no deposit no wager bonuses, especially for you:

Best No Deposit No Wagering Requirements Casino Sites 2020

No Deposit No Wager Casino Bonus Value Withdrawal Limit
Betfair Casino 25 Free Spins No cap on winnings
mFortune Casino £5 Free or 50 Free Spins £200
Pocketwin Casino £5 Free Play or 50 Free Spins £50
Mr Spin Casino 50 Free Spins £50
BGO Casino 10 Free Spins NA
Trada Casino 10 Free Spins £/€/$20
Vodoo Dreams Casino 50 Wager Free Spins after after claiming first deposit bonus

Terms & Conditions of No Deposit Bonus

Each online casino bonus comes with terms and conditions whose importance cannot be stressed upon enough. Irrespective of how humongous or generous the bonus value is, these are the terms associated with it that can affect your playing capacity and cash-out potential.

Although online casinos are elated to ‘reward’ you with generous Free Spins No Deposit Bonus upon sign up but as a rational player, you should never take your eye off the goal which is to take back home real money, at least more than what you deposit. Thus, it is of utmost importance for you to scrutinize bonus terms and conditions crucially so that you can make the most out of a bonus offer without compromising on the amount that you can win.

So whenever you claim a bonus, don’t forget to check for the terms like wagering requirements (the number of times you have to play with the bonus funds before being able to withdraw them), maximum cashout (the maximum amount that you can withdraw with the bonus funds) and other details like eligible games, promo codes, and validity that we have already described above.

When it comes to bonus terms and conditions, you simply cannot miss out on the following terms in order to pick the best online casino bonus for yourself.

Wagering Requirements: Also known as ‘rollover requirements’ or ‘playthrough requirements’, wagering requirements are the number of times a player has to wager or bet before cashing out

For example, to cashout winnings generated from Free Spins No Deposit Bonus with 20 times wagering requirements, you’d be required to wager your winnings 20 times before you could make a withdrawal request. In the case of a $10 No Deposit Cash Bonus with a 25 times playthrough requirements, you’d be required to wager at least $250 (10X25) before you could make a payout request.

Eligible Games: Before heading out to avail your No Deposit Bonus, you need to check the eligible games on which you can really claim a promotional offer. When it comes to free bonuses which can lead to some real money wins, not all online casino games are equal in the eye of the casino. Games with lowest player odds, like Keno, Pokies and Scratch Cards are given much more importance. Thus, before claiming a free No Deposit Offer, do check its validity on your favourite game.

Maximum Cashout: If an online casino goes on distributing unlimited real money wins from free bonuses or No Deposit Bonuses then the day isn’t far enough when casinos will go bankrupted by the over fortunate free bonus fans. Thus, to limit the financial liability, every online casino imposes a cashout limit on free bonuses. With this clause of Bonus Terms & Conditions, you cannot win more than a cent from the specified maximum cashout limit irrespective of how much you win.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1 Where can I find a No Deposit Bonus on casino site?

Mostly, No Deposit Bonuses are highlighted brightly and boldly on an online casino’s homepage with a pure intention to draw attention of new players who haven’t yet registered on that specific casino site. But, sometimes online casinos play smart by not vigorously publicizing its No Deposit Bonus. In this scenario, check for either General / Bonus Terms & Conditions or Welcome Bonus of the casino.

Q2 If no deposit is required to claim the No Deposit Bonus then what does ‘wager’ mean?

No deposit is required to claim ‘No Deposit’ Bonus but the ‘wager’ mentioned in its Bonus Terms & Conditions denotes the wagering requirement, which needs to be fulfilled in order to make a withdrawal of the bonus funds and winnings associated, if any.

Q3 What are the wagering requirements for a No Deposit Bonus?

Wagering requirements play a significant role when it comes to the terms & conditions of a No Deposit Bonus as this helps in avoiding the bonus abuse at an online casino by ensuring that a player simply doesn’t walk away without making any deposit. After all, casinos exist to make money and there are no free lunches here!

Q4 Players from which countries are allowed to claim No Deposit Casino Bonuses?

Players from most of the countries including Sweden, Norway, Scotland etc. are entitled to avail all promotional offers on free money. Check the Bonus Terms & Conditions for the eligibility criteria before unlocking a promotion.

Q5 Does no wagering online casinos offer No Deposit Bonus?

Very rare do we find an online casino with no wagering requirements giving away a No Deposit Bonus because the only catch with these bonuses is its wagering requirements aka playthrough requirements.

Q6 What online casino games can I play with my No Deposit Bonus?

A No Deposit Bonus gives you more freedom in playing your favourite game without making any deposit but online casinos tend to limit your choice based on the house edge. So, do check the bonus terms & conditions in order to find out the games on which you can avail your No Deposit Required Offer. Having established that, you can find online casinos where you can play Roulette, Best slot machine new york new york Blackjack and Video Poker with your No Deposit Cash Bonus whereas Free Spins No Deposit Bonus are available only on Slots games.

Q7 Are No Deposit Bonuses absolutely Free?

Yes! A No Deposit Bonus really is free and does not require you to make a deposit what so ever. Even though it might appear to be a far fetched dream, all you need to do in order to claim this bonus is redeem applicable coupon codes, if any, after which the bonus money is directly credited to your account. Use it to play the eligible games but without even depositing a cent.

Q8 Can I win Real Money from a No Deposit Bonus?

Most definitely. Players can win real money by using any of the no deposit bonus codes available at this page. More often than not, online casinos also allow the players to keep their No Deposit Winnings simply by wagering them for a stipulated number of times in the casino.

Q9 How can I claim the No Deposit Coupon/ Bonus Codes?

Redeeming No Deposit promo codes is quick and easy. Following our simple guide, you can make the process prompt and seamless. If the deposit involves applying any bonus code, then navigate to the cashier of an online casino. Now, choose the ‘No Deposit Bonus’ from the drop down menu. Enter the qualifying bonus code, after which the bonus will instantly be added to your account.

Alternatively, No Deposit Bonus that do not require a coupon code are automatically credited to your account. Double check the offer via the ‘active bonus’ section in your account to see whether or not the bonus has been added.