Famous People Named Nancy
Take a look at famous people named Nancy, such as Nancy Pelosi, Nancy Kerrigan, and Nancy Walker.
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profile name: Nancy Pelosi profile occupation: Government Official
profile id: 580978
profile name: Nancy McKeon profile occupation: Television Actress
profile id: 20631965
profile name: Nancy Wilson profile occupation: Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer
profile id: 9453187
profile name: Nancy Reagan profile occupation: Film Actress, U.S. First Lady
profile id: 533694
profile name: Nancy Kerrigan profile occupation: Ice Skater
profile id: 9385972
profile name: Nancy Lopez profile occupation: Golfer
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