A list of the most notable deaths in 2022.
Max Julian, 88, American actor.
Dan Reeves, 77, American football player and coach.
Richard Freed, 93, American music critic.
Victor Garland, 87, Australian politician and diplomat.2
Richard Leakey, 77, is a Kenyan paleontologist, environmental activist and politician.
Abd al-Mawla Naqi, 91, Libyan politician.
Jens Jürgen Hansen, 82, Danish footballer.
Eric Walter Elst, 85, Belgian astronomer.3
Victor Saniev, 76, Soviet and later Georgian athlete.
Zheng Min, 101, Chinese writer and poet.
Oso Konan, 32, Ivory Coast footballer.
Ibrahim Hegazy, 68, Egyptian broadcaster and media personality.
Mordechai Ben-Porat, 98, Israeli politician of Iraqi descent.
Kamel Lemoi, 82, Algerian football player and coach.
Beatrice Mintz, 100, American biologist.
Nancy B. Jackson, 65, American chemist.4
Jim Corsi, 60, American baseball player.
Ross Brawner, 67, American football player.
Daryl Owens, 84, American politician and lawyer.
Percy Hobson, 79, Australian strongman.
William Terrell Hodges, 87, US Judge.5
Saleh Al-Luhaidan, 90, Saudi Muslim scholar.
Francisco Alvarez Martinez, 96, Spanish Catholic Archbishop.
Ralph Neely, 78, American football player (declared dead today).
Anatole Novak, 84, French cyclist.
Greg Robinson, 70, American football player and coach.
Mohamed Helmy, 90, Algerian actor and film director.
Daly Clevenger, 81, American musician.
George Rossi, 61, British actor.
John Moriarty, 91, American conductor.
Lowell Amos, 79, American businessman and convicted murderer.6
Maha Abu Auf, 65, Egyptian actress.
Bill Bryden, 79, British theater director and screenwriter.
Petr Bogdanovic, 82, Serbian-American film director.
Francisco Sionel Jose, 97, Filipino writer.
Romulo Mendes, 83, Guatemalan football referee.
Sidney Poitier, 94, Bahamian-American actor.
Calvin Simon, 79, American singer.
Bob Valkenburg, 95, American tennis player.7
Lanny Guinner, 71, is an American human rights activist, academic, and attorney.
Michel Juha, 92, is a Lebanese writer, writer and jurist.
Richard Dean Taylor, 82, Canadian singer.
Bobby Harrison, 82, British drummer.8
Mike Gower, 87, Australian-British physicist.
Sinan al-Shabibi, 80, Iraqi economist.
Michael Lang, 77, American music promoter, record producer, and composer.
Andrew Jennings, 78, British journalist.
Keith Todd, 80, Welsh footballer.
Don Dillard, 85, American baseball player.9
Tahani Al-Jabali, 71, Egyptian politician and judge.
Bob Shearer, 73, Australian golfer.
Wael El-Ibrashi, 58, Egyptian journalist.
Abdelkrim Kroum, 85, Algerian footballer.
Bob Saget, 65, American comedian.