Famous People Named Boris
Take a look at famous people named Boris, such as Boris Becker, Boris Yeltsin, and Boris Pasternak.
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profile name: Boris Karloff profile occupation: Film Actor
profile id: 9538949
profile name: Boris Yeltsin profile occupation: World Leader
profile id: 9204121
profile name: Boris Becker profile occupation: Tennis Player
profile id: 9434384
profile name: Boris Pasternak profile occupation: Author, Poet
profile id: 9489899
profile name: Boris Vasilyevich Spassky profile occupation: Chess Player
profile id: 38809
profile name: Boris Godunov profile occupation: Political Leader
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