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The following list contains persons of note who were born, raised, or spent significant portions of their lives in the U.S. state of Kentucky.

Authors and journalistsEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
James Lane Allen (1849–1925) Author, called the state's first important novelist[1] Born near Lexington[1]
Wendell Berry (b. 1934) Author and poet[2] Born in New Castle[2]
Stephanie Bond Romantic fiction writer for Avon/HarperCollins and for Harlequin Books[3] Raised in Olive Hill[3]
Harry M. Caudill (1922–1990) Author, historian, and attorney[4] Born in Whitesburg[4]
Greg Downs (b. 1971) Author[5] Raised in Elizabethtown[5]
Larry Flynt (b. 1942) Hustler magazine publisher[6] Born in Lakeville (Magoffin County)[6]
Joey Goebel (b. 1980) Author[7] Born in Henderson[7]
Silas House (b. 1971) Author[8] Raised in Lily (Laurel County)[8]
Bobbie Ann Mason (b. 1940) Author[9] Born in Mayfield[9]
Marsha Norman (b. 1947) Author and lyricist[10] Born in Louisville[10]
Chris Offutt (b. 1958) Author[11] Raised in Haldeman (Rowan County)[11]
David Pitts (b. 1967) Author of Linux books[12] Raised in Lexington[12]
Elizabeth Madox Roberts (1881 - 1941) Poet and novelist [13] Born in Perryville, spent most of her life in Springfield[13]
Allen Tate (1899-1979) Poet, novelist, literary critic [14] born in Winchester[14]
Helen Thomas (b. 1920) News service reporter and a member of the White House press corps[15] Born in Winchester[15]
Hunter S. Thompson (1937–2005) Journalist and Author[16] Born in Louisville[16]
Robert Penn Warren (1905–1989) First poet laureate of the United States[17] Born in Guthrie[17]

Explorers, pioneers, and military personnelEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
Roy Bean (1825–1903) Eccentric Old West justice of the peace[18] Born in Mason County[18]
Stephen Bishop (1780–1857) Slave, and cave explorer[19] Published the first map of Mammoth Cave[19]
Jim Bowie (1796–1836) Died at the Battle of the Alamo, made famous the Bowie knife[20] Born in Logan County[20]
Kit Carson (1809–1868) Indian agent, trapper scout[21] Born in Madison County[21]
William J. Crowe Jr. (1925–2007) U.S. Navy admiral and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff[22] Born in La Grange[22]
Joseph Holt (1807–1894) United States Postmaster General and Judge Advocate General[23] Born in Breckinridge County[23]
Husband E. Kimmel (1882–1968) Commander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet during the attack on Pearl Harbor[24] Born in Henderson[24]
Franklin Sousley (1925–1945) One of the six flagraisers in the photograph Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima[25] Born in Hilltop (McCreary County)[25]

Film, radio, and television personalitiesEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
Ned Beatty (b. 1937) Actor[26] Born in Louisville[26]
James Best (b. 1926) Actor[27] Born in Powderly[27]
Rodger Bingham (b. 1947) nicknamed 'Kentucky Joe Fifth runner up on Survivor: The Australian Outback [28] Lives in Crittenden[28]
Foster Brooks (1912–2001) Actor and comedian[29] Born in Louisville[29]
W. Earl Brown (b. 1963) Actor[30] Born in Murray[30]
Tod Browning (1880–1962) Actor and director[31] Born in Louisville[31]
John Carpenter (b. 1948) Film director[32] Raised in Bowling Green and attended Western Kentucky University[32]
George Clooney (b. 1961) Actor[33] Born in Lexington[33], raised in Augusta[34]
Rosemary Clooney (1928–2002) Actress and singer[35] Born and raised in Maysville[35]
William Conrad (1920–1994) Actor and narrator in radio, film and television[36] Born and raised in Louisville[36]
Tom Cruise (b. 1962) Actor and producer[37] Raised in Louisville[37]
Kassie DePaiva (b. 1961) Actress[38] Born and raised in Morganfield[38]
Johnny Depp (b. 1963) Actor[39] Born in Owensboro[39]
Bob Edwards (b. 1947) NPR radio host[40] Born in Louisville[40]
Farah Fath (b. 1984) Actress[41] Born in Lexington[41]
D. W. Griffith (1875–1948) Filmmaker[42] Born in La Grange[42]
Florence Henderson (b. 1934) Actress [43] Raised in Owensboro[43]
Elizabeth Ann Hulette aka "Miss Elizabeth" (1960–2003) Professional wrestling manager and valet[44] Born and raised in Frankfort[44]
Ashley Judd (b. 1968) Actress[45] Raised in Ashland[45]
Matt Long (b. 1980) Actor[46] Born in Winchester[46]
Joe Maggard (b. 1955) Ronald McDonald Actor[47] Born in Lynch[48]
Victor Mature (1915–1999) Actor[49] Born in Louisville[49]
Charles Napier (b. 1936) Actor[50] Born in Scottsville[50]
Patricia Neal (b. 1926) Actress[51] Born in Packard[51]
Warren Oates (1928–1982) Actor[52] Born in Depoy (Muhlenberg County)[52]
Annie Potts (b. 1952) Actress[53] Born in Franklin[53]
Jeffrey Reddick Screenwriter, actor, and film producer[54] Raised in Jackson[54]
Jeri Ryan (b. 1968) Actress[55] Raised in Paducah[55]
Mitchell Ryan (b. 1928) Actor[56] Born in Louisville[56]
Diane Sawyer (b. 1945) TV journalist[57] Born and raised in Glasgow[57]; lived in Louisville[58]
Harry Dean Stanton (b. 1926) Actor[59] Born in West Irvine (Estill County)[59]
Chrishell Stause (b. 1981) Actress[60] Born in Draffenville (Marshall County)[60]
Madame Sul-Te-Wan (1873–1959) Actress[61] Born in Louisville[61]
Gus Van Sant (b. 1952) Film director[62] Born in Louisville[62]
Jim Varney (1945–2000) Actor and comedian[63] Born in Lexington[63]
Jack Warden (1920–2006) Actor[64] Raised in Louisville[64]
Chuck Woolery (b. 1940) Game show host[65] Born in Ashland[65]

Government and political leadersEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
Alben W. Barkley (1877–1956) Vice President of the United States[66] Born in Graves County, lived much of his adult life in Paducah[66]
Louis Brandeis (1856–1941) Supreme Court Justice[67] Born and raised in Louisville[67]
John C. Breckinridge (1821–1875) Vice President of the United States[68] Born just outside Lexington[68]
John Y. Brown (b. 1933) Governor of Kentucky[69] Born in Lexington[69]
A.B. "Happy" Chandler (1898–1991) Governor of Kentucky and Baseball Commissioner[70] Born in Corydon[70]
Henry Clay (1777–1852) Statesman[71] Lived in Lexington[71]
Cassius Marcellus Clay (1810–1903) Abolitionist and newspaper editor[72] Born and lived in Clermont[72]
Jefferson Davis (1808–1889) President of the Confederacy[73] Born in Todd County[73]
John Marshall Harlan (1833–1911) Supreme Court Justice[74] Born in Boyle County[74]
Richard Mentor Johnson (1780–1850) Supreme Court Justice[75] Born in Jefferson County[75]
Mae Street Kidd (1909–1999) State legislator[76] Represented a district in Louisville[76]
Juanita M. Kreps (b. 1921) Former United States Secretary of Commerce[77] Born in Lynch[77]
Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865) 16th President of the United States[78] Born in Hardin County[78]
Mitch McConnell (b. 1942) U.S. Senator and Senate Minority Leader[79] Raised in Louisville[79]
Samuel Freeman Miller (1816–1890) Supreme Court Justice[80] Born in Richmond[80]
Carrie Nation (1846–1911) Prohibitionist[81] Born in Garrard County[81]
Stanley Forman Reed (1844–1980) Supreme Court Justice[82] Born in Minerva[82]
Wiley Blount Rutledge {1894–1949) Supreme Court Justice {1943–1949} Born in Cloverport
Tony Snow (b. 1955) White House Press Secretary to President George W. Bush[83] Born in Berea[83]
James Speed (1812–1887) United States Attorney General under Abraham Lincoln[84] Born in Jefferson County[84]
Adlai E. Stevenson (1835–1914) Vice President of the United States[85] Born in Christian County[85]
Zachary Taylor (1784–1850) President of the United States[86] Raised in Kentucky[86]
Fred M. Vinson (1890–1953) Chief Justice of the United States[87] Born in Louisa[87]
Whitney Young (1921–1971) Civil rights administrator[88] Born in Lincoln Ridge[88]

Infamous personsEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
Larry Birkhead (b. 1973) Father of Anna Nicole Smith's, daughter Dannielynn Hope Marshall Birkhead[89] Born, resides in Louisville[90], [91]
Ray Chapman (1891–1920) Only Major League Baseball player to be killed during a game[92] Born in Beaver Dam[92]
Floyd Collins (1887–1925) Cave explorer[93] Trapped and killed in Sand Cave[93]
Lynndie England (b. 1982) Convicted in the Abu Ghraib prison abuse scandal[94] Born in Ashland[94]
Casey Jones (1863–1900) Railroad engineer of song; killed trying to stop a train collision[95] Born in Cayce[95]

MusiciansEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
Adrian Belew (b. 1949) Guitarist and vocalist for the band King Crimson[96] Born in Covington[96]
Steven Curtis Chapman (b. 1962) Contemporary Christian musician[97] Born and raised in Paducah[97]
Billy Ray Cyrus (b. 1961) Country singer and Actor[98] Born in Flatwoods[98]
Skeeter Davis (1931–2004) Country singer[99] Born in Dry Ridge[99]
Don Everly (b. 1937) Member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the Country Music Hall of Fame[100] Born near Central City[100]
Crystal Gayle (b. 1951) Country singer[101] Born in Paintsville[101]
Troy Lee Gentry (b. 1967) Country singer[102] Born in Lexington[102]
Tom T. Hall (b. 1936) Country singer and songwriter[103] Born in Olive Hill[103]
Larnelle Harris Gospel singer[104] Born in Danville[104]
Lionel Hampton (1908–2002) Jazz musician[105] Born in Louisville[105]
Telma Hopkins (b. 1948) Singer and actress[106] Born in Louisville[106]
Naomi Judd (b. 1946) Country singer[107] Born and raised in Ashland[107]
Wynonna Judd (b. 1964) Country singer[108] Born and raised in Ashland[108]
James Kottak (b. 1962) Former drummer for hard rock groups Kingdom Come, Wild Horses and Warrant; current drummer for German heavy metal band The Scorpions[109] Born in Louisville[109]
Brian Littrell (b. 1975) Member of the Backstreet Boys[110] Born in Lexington[110]
Loretta Lynn (b. 1935) Country singer[111] Born and raised in Butcher Holler[111]
Dwain Messer Country singer[112] Raised in Olive Hill[112]
Bill Monroe (1911–1996) "Father of bluegrass music" and member of the Country Music Hall of Fame[113] Born and raised in Rosine[113]
Eddie Montgomery (b. 1963) Country singer[114] Born in Danville raised in Garrard[114]
John Michael Montgomery (b. 1965) Country singer[115] Born in Danvilleraised in Garrard[115]
Will Oldham (b. 1970) Songwriter and musician[116] Born in Louisville[116]
Joan Osborne (b. 1963) Singer and songwriter[117] Born in Anchorage[117]
Dottie Rambo (b. 1934) Member of the Gospel Music Hall of Fame[118] Born in Madisonville[118]
Kevin Richardson (b. 1971) Member of the Backstreet Boys[119] Born in Lexington[119]
Jean Ritchie (b. 1922) Folk singer[120] Born in Viper (Perry County)[120]
Ricky Skaggs (b. 1954) Bluegrass and country music artist[121] Born and raised in Cordell (Lawrence County)[121]
Rick Steier (b. 1960) Former guitarist for hard rock groups Kingdom Come, Wild Horses and Warrant[122] Born in Louisville[122]
Mark Stuart (b. 1968) Member of the Christian band Audio Adrenaline[123] Born and raised in Owensboro[123]
Merle Travis (1917–1983) Member of the Country Music Hall of Fame[124] Born in Rosewood (Muhlenberg County)[124]
Dwight Yoakam (b. 1956) Country singer[125] Born in Pikeville[125]

Scientists and inventorsEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
Rex Geveden Associate Administrator of NASA[126] Born in Mayfield[127]
Robert H. Grubbs (b. 1942) 2005 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry[128] Born in Marshall County, raised in Paducah[128]
William Lipscomb (b. 1919) 1976 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry[129] Raised in Lexington[129]
Garrett A. Morgan (1877–1963) Traffic light and gas mask inventor[130] Born in Paris[130]
Thomas Hunt Morgan (1866–1945) 1933 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine[131] Born in Lexington[131]
Phillip A. Sharp (b. 1944) 1993 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine[132] Born in Falmouth[132]
George Snyder Credited with inventing the first modern bait casting fishing reel[133] Born in Paris[133]
Nathan Stubblefield (1860–1928) Inventor, demonstrated wireless radio[134] Born in Murray[134]
John T. Thompson (1860–1940) Inventor of the "Tommy" Gun[135] Born in Newport[135]
George Whitesides (b. 1939) Harvard University chemistry professor[136] Born in Louisville[136]
Terrence W. Wilcutt (b. 1949) Astronaut[137] Born in Russellville[137]

Sports figuresEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
David Akers (b. 1974) NFL placekicker[138] Born and raised in Lexington[138]
Shaun Alexander (b. 1977) NFL running back[139] Born and raised in Florence[140]
Muhammad Ali (born Cassius Clay) (b. 1942) Boxer and activist[141] Born and raised in Louisville[141]
Derek Anderson (b. 1974) NBA shooting guard[142] Born in Louisville[142]
Jim Bunning (b. 1931) Baseball Hall of Famer[143] and politician[144] Born in Southgate[143]
Chris Burke (b. 1980) MLB second baseman[145] Born in Louisville[145]
Steve Cauthen (b. 1960) National Horse Racing Hall of Fame jockey[146] Born in Covington[146], raised in Walton[141]
Rex Chapman (b. 1967) Former NBA shooting guard[147] Born in Bowling Green[147], attended Owensboro's Apollo High School[148]
Jerry Claiborne (1928–2000) College Football Hall of Fame coach[149] Born in Hopkinsville[149]
Cris Collinsworth (b. 1959) Former wide receiver for the Cincinnati Bengals[150] Resides in Ft. Thomas[151]
Earle Combs (1889–1976) Baseball Hall of Famer[152] Born in Pebworth (Owsley County)[152]
Tim Couch (b. 1977) NFL quarterback[153] Born and raised in Hyden[153]
Dave Cowens (b. 1948) Basketball Hall of Famer[154] Born and raised in Newport[154]
Denny Crum (b. 1937) Basketball Hall of Fame coach[155] Lives in Louisville
E. A. Diddle (1895–1972) Basketball Hall of Fame coach[156] Born in Gradyville (Adair County)[156]
Steve Finley (b. 1965) MLB outfielder[157] Raised in Paducah[158]
Joe Fulks (1921–1976) Basketball Hall of Famer[159] Born in Birmingham (Marshall County)[159]
Tyson Gay (b. 1982) Sprinter; 2007 world champion at 100 and 200 meters[160] Born[161] and raised[160] in Lexington
Nicky Hayden (b. 1981) MotoGP racer[162] Born and raised in Owensboro[162]
JB Holmes (b. 1982) PGA Tour golfer[163] Born and raised in Campbellsville[163]
Paul Hornung (b. 1935) Pro Football Hall of Famer[164] Born and raised in Louisville[164]
Allan Houston (b. 1971) Former NBA shooting guard[165] Born and raised in Louisville[165]
Gregory Kaidanov (b. 1959) U.S. chess grandmaster[166] Lives in Louisville[166]
Roy Kidd (b. 1931) College Football Hall of Fame coach[167] Born in Corbin[167]
Jeremy Mayfield (b. 1969) NASCAR driver[168] Born and raised in Owensboro[168]
Trever Miller (b. 1973) MLB pitcher[169] Born in Louisville[169]
Kenny Perry (b. 1960) Professional golfer[170] Born in Elizabethtown, resides in Franklin[170]
Frank Ramsey (b. 1931) Basketball Hall of Famer[171] Born in Corydon[171]
Pee Wee Reese (1918–1999) Baseball Hall of Famer[172] Born in Ekron[172]
Jack Roush (b. 1942) International Motorsports Hall of Famer[173] Born in Covington[174]
Phil Simms (b. 1955) Former NFL quarterback[175] Born in Lebanon, raised in Louisville[175]
Danny Sullivan (b. 1950) Former C.A.R.T. and Formula 1 driver; winner of 1985 Indianapolis 500[176] Born in Louisville[176]
Dan Uggla (b. 1980) MLB second baseman[177] Born in Louisville[177]
Wes Unseld (b. 1946) Basketball Hall of Famer[178] Born and raised in Louisville[178]
Darrell Waltrip (b. 1947) Former NASCAR driver, current NASCAR broadcaster[179] Born and raised in Owensboro[179]
Michael Waltrip (b. 1963) NASCAR driver[180] Born and raised in Owensboro[180]

Visual artistsEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
John James Audubon (1785–1851) Wildlife artist[181] Spent much of his career painting in Henderson[181]
Lance Burton (b. 1960) Stage magician[182] Born in Louisville[182]
Frank Duveneck (1848–1919) Figure and portrait painter[183] Born in Covington[183]
Fontaine Fox (1884–1964) Cartoonist[184] Born in Louisville[184]
Alma Wallace Lesch (1917–1999) Textile artist[185] Born in McCracken County, later life in Shepherdsville[185]
Don Rosa (b. 1951) Cartoonist, Donald Duck illustrator[186] Born in Louisville[186]
Gideon Shryock (1802–1880) Architect[187] Born in Lexington[187]
Moneta Sleet Jr. (1926–1996) 1969 Pulitzer Prize for Feature Photography[188] Born in Owensboro[188]
Edgar Tolson (1904–1984) Woodcarver and folk artist[189] Born in Trent Fork[189]

Other notable personsEdit

Name Notable for Connection to Kentucky
Edgar Cayce (1877–1945) Mystic[190] Born in Beverly, seven miles south of Hopkinsville[190]
Thomas D. Clark (1903–2005) Historian credited with preserving much of Kentucky's history[191] Lived in Lexington, taught at University of Kentucky for over 7 decades.[191]
David and Mary Conley The Amazing Race contestants, known as Team Kentucky Live in Stone[192].
Tara Conner (b. 1985) 2006 Miss USA[193] Born in Russell Springs[193]
Heather French Henry (b. 1974) 2000 Miss America[194] Born in Maysville[194]
Mordecai Ham (1877-1961) Tent revivalist who preached the sermon, converting Billy Graham to Christianity Born in Allen County[195]
Duncan Hines (1880–1959) Food critic[196] Born in Bowling Green[196]
Venus Ramey 1944 Miss America[197] Born in Paintsville[198]
Gene Robinson (b. 1947) First openly gay noncelibate Episcopal bishop[199] Born in Lexington[199]
Col. Harland Sanders (1890–1980) Founder of KFC[200] Lived in Corbin[200]
"Papa" John Schnatter (b. 1962) Founder of Papa John's Pizza[201] Lives in Anchorage[201]

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