Famous People Named Sandra
Take a look at famous people named Sandra, such as Sandra Bullock, Sandra Day O'Connor, and Sandra Oh.
Sandra Day O'Connor
Supreme Court Justice / 1930 -
Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court. A Republican, she was considered a moderate conservative and served for 24 years.
White Collar Criminal / 1944 -
Con artist Sandra Bridewell, known as the "Black Widow," collected hundreds of thousands of dollars from lovers and friends, and was suspected of being connected to several mysterious deaths.
Chef, Television Personality, Writer / 1966 -
Sandra Lee is best known for hosting the Food Network shows Semi-Homemade Cooking and Sandra's Money Saving Meals. She is also the girlfriend of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo.
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profile name: Sandra Day O'Connor profile occupation: Supreme Court Justice
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profile name: Sandra Dee profile occupation: Film Actress
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profile name: Sandra Cisneros profile occupation: Author
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profile name: Sandra Bridewell profile occupation: White Collar Criminal
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profile name: Sandra Bullock profile occupation: Film Actress
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profile name: Sandra Lee profile occupation: Chef, Television Personality, Writer
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