Famous People Named Harry
Take a look at famous people named Harry, such as Harry Belafonte, Harry Connick Jr., and Harry Houdini.
Harry S. Truman
Harry Connick Jr.
Songwriter, Singer, Philanthropist / 1942 - 1981
Folk singer-songwriter Harry Chapin, famous in the 1970s for hits like "Cat's in the Cradle," was also a philanthropist dedicated to fighting world hunger.
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profile name: Harry Houdini profile occupation: Magician
profile id: 12103211
profile name: Harry Belafonte profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Actor, Musician
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profile name: Harry S. Truman profile occupation: U.S. President
profile id: 9542035
profile name: Prince Harry profile occupation: Philanthropist, Pilot, Prince
profile id: 5542
profile name: Harry Connick Jr. profile occupation: Film Actor, Songwriter, Pianist, Singer
profile id: 248869
profile name: Harry Chapin profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer, Philanthropist
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