Famous People Named Smith
Take a look at famous people named Smith, such as Patti Smith, Al Smith, and Tommie Smith.
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profile name: Will Smith profile occupation: Actor, Entrepreneur, Rapper
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profile name: Jaden Smith profile occupation: Film Actor, Rapper
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profile name: John Smith profile occupation: Explorer
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profile name: Bessie Smith profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Edward J. Smith profile occupation:
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profile name: Anna Nicole Smith profile occupation: Pin-up, Reality Television Star
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