Famous People Named Black
Take a look at famous people named Black, such as Jack Black, Clint Black, and Lewis Black.
Lawyer, Supreme Court Justice, U.S. Representative / 1886 - 1971
Hugo Black was a 20th century attorney, senator and Supreme Court justice known for both his former membership in the KKK and his pro-Civil Rights rulings.
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profile name: Jack Black profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Comedian
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profile name: Clint Black profile occupation: Songwriter, Music Producer, Singer
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profile name: Lewis Black profile occupation: Actor, Comedian, Writer
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profile name: Hugo Black profile occupation: Lawyer, Supreme Court Justice, U.S. Representative
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profile name: Conrad Black profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Publisher, Journalist
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