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List of people from Colorado

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Colorado is located in the western United States, or the "Mountain Region".
Colorado is located in the western United States, or the "Mountain Region".

This is a list of people from the American state of Colorado. It includes people that lived, were born, were raised, or have significant relations with the state. Coloradans have been prominent in many fields, including literature, entertainment, art, music, politics, and business. This list attempts to maintain biographical notability of significant Coloradans, and to organize historically important men and women hailing from Colorado.

Actors

Jake Lloyd (a.k.a. young Anakin Skywalker)
Jake Lloyd (a.k.a. young Anakin Skywalker)

Artists, photographers

Astronauts

Athletes

Business and community leaders

Literary figures

Military figures

Musicians

Politicians

Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics

Other notable people

United States Penitentiary, Administrative Maximum Facility

See also

References

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