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List of people from Oklahoma City

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of notable people who were born, raised or lived in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This list should not include professional and college athletes who played in Oklahoma City unless they are originally from there.

Notable people from the state of Oklahoma, but not Oklahoma City or its suburbs, should go in the page titled "List of people from Oklahoma."

People by field

Athletics

Basketball

Baseball

Hockey

Football

Golf

Boxing

Other sports

Business people

Humanities

Dance

Directors and filmmakers

Actors and musicians

Writers

Visual artists

News, commentary

Political figures

Other

Non-native Oklahoma City residents

U.S. service members

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