Filippo Corsini


Age: 21

Italian prince and nobleman who hailed from one of Florence's oldest and most illustrious dynasties that could trace his lineage back more than 500 years with a pedigree including Pope Clemente XII whose aristrocratic family rose to prominence after making its fortune from merchant banking during the 16th century and is often credited with the development of Rome's Trevi Fountain, who was an accomplished equestrian and show jumper studying for a B.A. in international business at London's Regent's University.

Cause of Death: Injuries sustained after being struck by a truck while riding his bicycle

Born: March 14, 1995

Died: October 31, 2016

London, England