Famous People Named Albert
Take a look at famous people named Albert, such as Albert Finney, Albert Claude, and Albert Brooks.
Journalist, Author, Playwright / 1913 - 1960
Albert Camus was a French-Algerian writer best known for his absurdist works, including The Stranger (1942) and The Plague (1947). He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1957.
Albert De Salvo
Philosopher, Scholar, Doctor, Musician, Missionary, Preacher, Theologian, Journalist / 1875 - 1965Albert Schweitzer was Alsatian-German theologian, philosopher, organist, and mission doctor in equatorial Africa, whose goal was the Brotherhood of Nations.
Film Actor, Theater Actor / 1936 -
Albert Finney is an Oscar-nominated English actor known for playing Audrey Hepburn's love interest in Two for the Road and the title role in the musical version of A Christmas Carol, among several other roles.
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profile name: Albert Einstein profile occupation: Physicist
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profile name: Albert De Salvo profile occupation: Serial Killer
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profile name: Albert Pujols profile occupation: Baseball Player
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profile name: Albert Camus profile occupation: Journalist, Author, Playwright
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profile name: Albert Schweitzer profile occupation: Philosopher, Scholar, Doctor, Musician, Missionary, Preacher, Theologian, Journalist
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profile name: Albert Finney profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor
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