This is a list of notable historical and living Mongolians (of Mongolia, a landlocked country in East Asia with about 3 million inhabitants as of 2015,[1] or the Mongolian diaspora) and of people of Mongolian descent, sorted by field and name:

Athletes

Wrestlers

Sumo wrestlers

Boxers

See also: Category:Mongolian boxers

Judoka

See also: Category:Mongolian judoka

Other martial artists

Shooters

Archers

Chess players

Other

Science and Humanities

Musicians

Classical musicians

Popular music musicians

Artists

Writers

Movie industry

Military leaders

Politicians (1900–present)

Religious leaders

Empresses and Queens

Rulers

Fictional characters

Other

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Seagal has stated that he is of Mongol (Kalmyk) descent in a 2007 interview.[29] It is unknown whether this is accurate. Seagal is married to Erdenetuya Batsukh, of Mongolian ethnicity, with whom he has a son.[30]
  2. ^ This isn't actually a depiction of Dashi but simply that of a Kara-Khitan man.
  3. ^ Lenin never spoke of his origins, and other ethnicities have been proposed instead of Kalmyk.

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