Top 20 Titanic Survivor celebrities in the world
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Titanic Survivor celebrities [Updated April 19, 2021].
Margaret Brown was born
on July 18, 1867
in Hannibal, United States.
After setting off on Lifeboat No. 6 from the Titanic, she tried to persuade its occupants to return to the sink site in search of survivors. Whether they went back or found any was unclear.
Harold Lowe was born
on November 21, 1882
His shocking comments during the American Senate Hearing on the matter of the Titanic's sinking included anti-Italian racist slurs.
Eva Hart was born
on January 31, 1905
She sang professionally in Australia, became a Conservative Party organizer, and worked as a magistrate.
Dorothy Gibson was born
on May 17, 1889
in United States.
In the early 1900s, she had a half decade-long affair with Universal Pictures co-founder Jules Brulatour.
Millvina Dean was born
on February 2, 1912
After surviving the sinking of the Titanic, she returned to England on the RMS Adriatic. She went on to work for the English government during the World War II years and to find additional employment as a cartographer.
Ruth Becker was born
on October 28, 1899
In April 1994, her ashes were spread at the same coordinates in the Atlantic Ocean where the RMS Titanic had sunk 82 years prior.
Jack Thayer was born
on December 24, 1894
in United States.
Tragically, he committed suicide when, within just one year, his mother passed away on the Titanic disaster's anniversary and his fighter pilot son went missing in combat during World War II.
J Bruce Ismay was born
on December 12, 1862
He has been depicted in many dramatized versions of the sinking of the Titanic, including the 1958 film A Night to Remember and the 1997 blockbuster Titanic.
Lucy Lady Duff-gordon was born
on June 13, 1863
She was a survivor of the sinking of the Titanic ship in 1912.
Rhoda Abbott was born
on January 14, 1873
After her rescue, she recovered in New York City's St. Vincent's Hospital. Though her legs healed from the extended exposure to icy water, she developed severe, chronic asthma as a result of her ordeal.
Barbara West was born
on May 24, 1911
Asleep when the ship hit the iceberg, she was carried by her father to a lifeboat.