Famous People Named Roy
Take a look at famous people named Roy, such as Roy Jones, Jr., Roy Campanella, and Roy DeMeo.
Film Actor, Television Actor, Guitarist, Singer, Television Personality / 1911 - 1998
Roy Rogers was an American actor and singer best known as the “King of the Cowboys” for his heroic roles in musical westerns. His sidekick palomino, Trigger, and dog, Bullet often appeared with him.
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profile name: Roy Lichtenstein profile occupation: Illustrator, Painter
profile id: 9429190
profile name: Roy Orbison profile occupation: Songwriter, Guitarist, Singer
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profile name: Roy Rogers profile occupation: Film Actor, Television Actor, Guitarist, Singer, Television Personality
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profile name: Halston profile occupation: Fashion Designer
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profile name: Roy DeMeo profile occupation: Organized Crime Boss
profile id: 9531564
profile name: Roy Wilkins profile occupation: Civil Rights Activist, Editor, Journalist
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Heather Mills and Paul McCartney
Did you know that since 1912, nearly 50 million girls in the United States have joined the Girl Scouts? Girl Scouts helped an amazingly diverse array of famous women develop a strong foundation of courage, confidence and character. It's no surprise then that quite a few famous women spent time in the sash. Celebrities who got their start selling cookies and earning merit badges include Wonder Woman star Lynda Carter and actress/writer Carrie Fisher; former first ladies Hillary Clinton, Laura Bush and Nancy Reagan; Olympic skaters Bonnie Blair and Peggy Fleming; astronaut Sally Ride; and iconic women's rights activist Gloria Steinem. Browse our collection of inspiring famous Girl Scouts who have certainly earned merit badges in their fields.
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