Famous People Named Rod
Take a look at famous people named Rod, such as Rod Stewart, Rod Sterling, and Rob Carew.
Anti-War Activist, Television Personality, Author, Screenwriter / 1924 - 1975
Emmy Award–winning television and film writer Rod Serling created and hosted the sci-fi fantasy series The Twilight Zone and co-wrote Planet of the Apes.
Baseball Player, Coach / 1945 -
Rod Carew is a former Major League Baseball first baseman, second baseman and coach who played for the Minnesota Twins and the California Angels. He was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991.
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profile name: Rod Stewart profile occupation: Songwriter, Singer
profile id: 392652
profile name: Rod Blagojevich profile occupation: U.S. Governor
profile id: 9479196
profile name: Rod Serling profile occupation: Anti-War Activist, Television Personality, Author, Screenwriter
profile id: 9493164
profile name: Rod Steiger profile occupation: Film Actor
profile id: 37440
profile name: Rod Carew profile occupation: Baseball Player, Coach
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The Wild West holds a special place in American history—Western films depict it as a place where the rules didn't apply, and where scores were settled with gun slinging and shootouts. The colorful characters who made up the old West were men, women, cowboys, Indians, sheriffs just plain outlaws. Though we've come to have a more nuanced understanding of the good and the bad of the old West, we can still learn from the stories of the people who made it and who wrote about what it was.
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