Famous People Named Ernest
Take a look at famous people named Ernest, such as Ernest Hemingway, Ernest Borgnine, and Ernest Gallo.
Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor / 1917 - 2012
Actor Ernest Borgnine’s role in the film Marty transformed him from a stereotyped character actor to a leading man, earning him an Academy Award as Best Actor.
Ernest Everett Just
Ernest J. Gaines
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profile name: Ernest Hemingway profile occupation: Author
profile id: 9542330
profile name: Ernest Borgnine profile occupation: Film Actor, Theater Actor, Television Actor
profile id: 39099
profile name: Ernest Rutherford profile occupation: Physicist
profile id: 9480091
profile name: Ernest Shackleton profile occupation: Explorer
profile id: 9359195
profile name: Ernest Everett Just profile occupation: Educator, Biologist
profile id: 9304930
profile name: Ernest J. Gaines profile occupation: Educator, Author
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