Famous People Named Wayne
Take a look at famous people named Wayne, such as Lil Wayne, Wayne Williams, and Wayne Gretzky.
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profile name: Wayne Brady profile occupation: Television Actor, Comedian, Game Show Host, Talk Show Host
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profile name: Wayne Rooney profile occupation: Soccer Player
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profile name: Wayne Newton profile occupation: Singer
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profile name: Wayne Gretzky profile occupation: Coach, Hockey Player
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profile name: Wayne Williams profile occupation: Serial Killer
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profile name: Wayne Shorter profile occupation: Songwriter, Saxophonist
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