Who was the youngest member of the Beatles?

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George Harrison was the youngest member of the Beatles. The Internet Movie Database notes that Harrison begged schoolmate Paul McCartney to join the band he had formed with John Lennon, the Quarrymen. Lennon thought Harrison was too young at age 14 but eventually let him join as guitarist.

Harrison auditioned for Lennon on the upper deck of a bus where he impressed Lennon with guitar-playing prowess. The New York Daily News reports that Harrison passed away in Los Angeles, Calif., at age 58 on Nov. 29, 2001. Harrison died from cancer; he had suffered with the disease since being diagnosed in 1997.

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