Famous People Named Joan
Take a look at famous people named Joan, such as Joan Collines, Joan Miro, and Joan Lunden.
Talk Show Host, News Anchor, Journalist / 1950 -
Journalist, television personality and author Joan Lunden is best known for being one of TV's most popular co-hosts, appearing on Good Morning America for nearly two decades.
Children's Activist, Civil Rights Activist, Environmental Activist, Women's Rights Activist, Anti-War Activist, Guitarist, Singer / 1941 -
Joan Baez is an American folk singer, songwriter and activist who is best known for her distinctive voice and for her role in popularizing the music of Bob Dylan.
Comedian, Talk Show Host, Reality Television Star / 1933 -
Comedian Joan Rivers created a Grammy nominated comedy album, launched a syndicated daytime talk show, and went on to win a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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profile name: Joan Jett profile occupation: Singer
profile id: 262764
profile name: Joan Lunden profile occupation: Talk Show Host, News Anchor, Journalist
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profile name: Joan Baez profile occupation: Children's Activist, Civil Rights Activist, Environmental Activist, Women's Rights Activist, Anti-War Activist, Guitarist, Singer
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profile name: Joan Bennett Kennedy profile occupation: Pianist
profile id: 581052
profile name: Joan Collins profile occupation: Film Actress, Television Actress
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profile name: Joan Rivers profile occupation: Comedian, Talk Show Host, Reality Television Star
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