Famous People Named Larry
Take a look at famous people named Larry, such as Larry Clark, Larry Doby, and Larry Storch.
Activist, Publisher / 1942 -
When Larry Flynt published an unflattering parody of Jerry Falwell in Hustler, Falwell waged a suit that eventually went to the U.S. Supreme Court. It ruled in Flynt's favor, citing the First Amendment's protection of freedom of speech.
Drug Dealer, White Collar Criminal, Murderer, Thief, Organized Crime Boss / 1950 -
Larry Hoover, also known as "King Larry," is the notorious former leader of the Gangster Disciple Nation, a Chicago street gang that spread nationwide.
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profile name: Larry Flynt profile occupation: Activist, Publisher
profile id: 9213087
profile name: Larry Bird profile occupation: Basketball Player, Coach
profile id: 12103347
profile name: Larry Page profile occupation: Entrepreneur, Engineer
profile id: 595780
profile name: Larry Hagman profile occupation: Theater Actor, Television Actor, Television Producer
profile id: 536246
profile name: Larry Hoover profile occupation: Drug Dealer, White Collar Criminal, Murderer, Thief, Organized Crime Boss
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profile name: Larry King profile occupation: Talk Show Host
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