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Today’s minor celebrity deaths

By Tom Nuttall  

mikey-dread-in-hat.jpgIt’s a sad day for fans of lavish romance movies, speculative science fiction, wacky dub reggae and frozen fish fingers. For in a bumper day for Death Pool players, March 18th has seen four celebrities—of admittedly varying levels of fame and attainment—pop their clogs.* The lives and deaths of Anthony Minghella and Arthur C Clarke will be widely discussed in the days to come, but spare a thought also for Mikey Campbell, aka Mikey Dread, a Jamaican broadcaster and singer who made his name on the radio show Dread at the Controls

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