The Times & The Sunday Times

Lord (Victor) Adebowale, chairman, NHS Confederation, chief executive, Turning Point (2001-20), 60; Heather Angel, wildlife photographer, 81; Paul Casey, golfer, 45; Michael Connelly, writer, the Harry Bosch series, 66; Wendy Cope, poet, Making Cocoa for Kingsley Amis (1986), If I Don’t Know (2021), 77; Michel de Carvalho, financier, chairman, CapGen, and three-times Olympian, 78; Paloma Faith, singer, Picking up the Pieces (2012), Only Love Can Hurt Like This (2014), 41; Charlotte Gainsbourg, actress, Antichrist (2009), Melancholia (2011), 51; Richard Gillingwater, chairman, Janus Henderson (asset management group), energy company SSE (2015-21), 66; Josh Hartnett, actor, Black Hawk Down (2001), Penny Dreadful (2014-16), 44; Yusuf Islam (Cat Stevens), Muslim activist and singer, Morning Has Broken (1972), 74; Norman Jewison, director and producer, In the Heat of the Night (1967), Fiddler on the Roof (1971), 96; Richard Johnson, jockey, four-times British Champion Jump Jockey (2016-19), winner, Cheltenham Gold Cup (2000, 2018), 45; Ross Kemp, actor, EastEnders (1990-2006, 2016), and TV presenter, 58; Baroness (Susan) Kramer, Lib Dem MP for Richmond Park (2005-10), transport minister (2013-15), 72; John Lowe, darts player, world champion (1979, 1987, 1993), 77; John Neill, chairman and group chief executive, Unipart Group, 75; Julian Pettifer, broadcaster, presenter, Panorama (1969-75), 87; Simon Reeve, author and TV presenter, Incredible Journeys with Simon Reeve (2021), 50; Barry Richards, cricketer, South Africa (1970), and commentator, 77; Jason Roy, cricketer, Surrey and England, 32; Juno Temple, actress, Little Birds (2020), 33; Garry Trudeau, cartoonist, Doonesbury, 74; Sarah Waters, author, Tipping the Velvet (1998), 56; Isabell Werth, equestrian, holds the record for the most Olympic medals (12) won by an equestrian athlete, 53; Claire Williams, deputy team principal, Williams Formula One racing team (2013-20), 46; John Woodvine, actor, The Crown (2016), 93.