Bob Guccione

Birth Name:
Robert Charles Joseph Edward Sabatini Guccione
Birth Date:
December 17, 1930
Birth Place:
Brooklyn, New York
Death Date:
October 20, 2010
Place of Death:
Plano Specialty Hospital, Plano, Texas
Cause of Death:
Lung Cancer
Cemetery Name:
Locust on Hudson, Private residence of Uma Thurman and André Balazs
Claim to Fame:
Business and Finance
Artist, photographer and the founder of the adult magazine Penthouse in 1965, Bob was once worth more than $400 million before a series of bad investments and bankruptcy severely curtailed his extravagant lifestyle

Cemetery Information:

Final Resting Place:

Locust on Hudson, Private residence of Uma Thurman and André Balazs

135 Old Post Road

Staatsburg, New York, 12580


North America

Grave Location:

Buried with his wife Kathryn Keeton Guccione on private property

Grave Location GPS

41.862222, -73.928333



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