Famous People Named Astor
Take a look at famous people named Astor, such as John Jacob Astor, Madeleine Force Astor, and William Backhouse Astor.
Madeleine Force Astor
William Waldorf Astor
Business Leader, Political Leader, Publisher / 1848 - 1919
William Waldorf Astor was a wealthy descendant of John Jacob Astor who became a New York State senator and a member of the New York State Assembly.
John Jacob Astor IV
Film Actress, Theater Actress, Journalist, Author / 1906 - 1987Mary Astor was an Academy Award-winning actress of the stage and screen. Her best known role was in The Maltese Falcon.
John Jacob Astor
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profile name: Madeleine Force Astor profile occupation:
profile id: 9191170
profile name: John Jacob Astor IV profile occupation: Entrepreneur
profile id: 9191197
profile name: Mary Astor profile occupation: Film Actress, Theater Actress, Journalist, Author
profile id: 9191240
profile name: William Waldorf Astor profile occupation: Business Leader, Political Leader, Publisher
profile id: 39611
profile name: Brooke Astor profile occupation: Activist, Philanthropist, Journalist, Author
profile id: 9191158
profile name: John Jacob Astor profile occupation: Entrepreneur
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