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The following is a list of famous people born in Ohio, and people who spent significant periods of their lives living in Ohio.

Actors, models, miscellaneous performers

A–B
C–D
E–I
J–M
N–R
S–Z

Artists, painters, sculptors, photographers

Sportspeople

A–B
Simone Biles
Ryan Blaney
Earl Boykins
Paul Brown
Joe Burrow
C–D
Cris Carter
Larry Csonka
Len Dawson
Buster Douglas
Rob Dyrdek
E–G
Rollie Fingers
Ken Griffey Jr.
Archie Griffin
H–I
John Havlicek
Desmond Howard
J–M
LeBron James
Travis Kelce
Luke Kuechly
Jack Lambert
Ray Mancini
Marion Motley
N–Q
Jack Nicklaus
Paul O'Neill
Alan Page
R–S
Ben Roethlisberger
Mike Schmidt
Don Shula
Katie Smith
Roger Staubach
T–Z
David Taylor
Russell Wilson
Charles Woodson
Cy Young

Journalists, writers, cartoonists, poets, authors, playwrights, screenwriters, film directors and producers

A–F
G–M
N–Z

Politicians, public servants, public officeholders

See also: List of Ohio politicians

A–L
John Glenn
Ulysses S. Grant
Marcy Kaptur
M–Z
William Howard Taft
Mary Ellen Withrow

Miscellaneous celebrities

Military leaders

Benjamin O. Davis Jr.

Architects, inventors, explorers, adventurers, astronauts, aviators, spies

Neil Armstrong
Nancy J. Currie-Gregg
Thomas Edison

Businesspeople, entrepreneurs

Publishers, media moguls

Activists, philanthropists, public agitators, advocates, lawyers

Criminals

Educators, religious leaders, lecturers, motivational speakers, self-help gurus

Scholars, scientists, historians, theorists, philosophers, opinionists

Singers, musicians, composers, songwriters, conductors

A–C
D–I
J–M
N–R
S–Z

See also

References

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  4. ^ American College Personnel Association. "Aaron John Brumbaugh" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on March 31, 2012. Retrieved May 5, 2010.