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List of Polish Americans

This is a list of notable Polish Americans, including both original immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.

Helena Modjeska, an actress who specialized in Shakespearean roles.
Ralph Modjeski, the son of Helena Modjeska bridge designer in the United States.
Engineer Casimir Gzowski deported to USA from Austrian Partition creator International Railway Bridge the first railway connection between USA and Canada.
Casimir Zeglen inventor the first bulletproof vest.
Erazm Jerzmanowski founder of gas companies in Chicago, Baltimore and Indianapolis. The richest Pole in USA in the 19th century.
Stanislaus Zbyszko Polish strongman, U.S. sport promoter, millionaire and 2-time World Heavyweight Champion.

Academics

Arts and entertainment

Television, radio and film actors

  • Nick Adams (1931–1968), film actor; mother was of Polish descent[1]
  • Grant Aleksander (born 1959), film and daytime actor, Guiding Light
  • Pico Alexander (born 1991), actor; parents are Polish immigrants
  • Anna Anka (born 1971), actress, model, and author
  • Stanley Andrews (1891–1969), TV/radio actor
  • David Arquette (born 1971), actor, director, screenwriter; mother (née Nowak) was of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent
  • Rosanna Arquette (born 1959), actress, director, producer; mother (née Nowak) was of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent
  • Jacob Artist (born 1992), actor, singer, and dancer; mother is of Polish descent
  • Joe Augustyn (born 1952), screenwriter, movie producer
  • Jake T. Austin (born 1994), actor; father is of part Polish descent
  • Carroll Baker (born 1931), film actress and author; father of Polish ancestry[2][verification needed]
  • Christine Baranski (born 1952), actress
  • Kristen Bell (born 1980), film/television actress (Veronica Mars), mother is of Polish descent[3]
  • Maria Bello (born 1967), actress (A History of Violence, Thank You for Smoking, The Cooler); mother is of Polish descent
  • Brian Benben (born 1956), television actor; father was of Polish descent
  • Jack Benny (1894–1974), comedian, vaudevillian, and actor for radio, television, and film; of Polish Jewish descent
  • Carlos Bernard (né Carlos Bernard Papierski; born 1962), actor (24)[4]
  • Craig Bierko (born 1964), actor and singer; father has Polish ancestry
  • Rebecca Black (born 1997), singer, father of partial Polish descent
  • Marc Blucas (born 1972), actor; paternal grandfather of Polish descent
  • Jon Bon Jovi (born 1962), singer, songwriter, actor, producer, and philanthropist; maternal grandfather of Polish descent
  • Alex Borstein (born 1971), actress, voice actress, writer, and comedian; of Polish Jewish descent
  • Lisa Boyle (born 1968), actress and model; of part Polish descent[5]
  • Andrew Bryniarski (born 1969), actor and bodybuilder; father of Polish descent
  • Amanda Bynes (born 1986), actress and comedian; paternal grandmother was of Polish descent
  • Liz Cackowski (born 1975), comedy writer and actress; of part Polish descent
  • Nicolas Cage (born 1964), actor; maternal grandmother was of Polish descent (surname Siputa)
  • Bobby Campo (born 1983), actor; paternal grandmother of Polish descent
  • Steve Carell (born 1962), actor; mother of Polish descent
  • Jessica Cauffiel (born 1976), actress and singer; paternal grandmother of Polish ancestry
  • Jennifer Connelly (born 1970), Academy Award-winning actress; her mother was of Russian Jewish and Polish Jewish descent[6]
  • Robert Conrad (born 1935; né Conrad Robert Falk), film and television actor; Polish on father (Leonard Falkowski)'s side
  • D.J. Cotrona (born 1980), actor; mother of half Polish descent
  • Elżbieta Czyżewska (1938–2010), Polish-born award-winning theater, film and TV actress[7]
  • Jenna Dewan-Tatum (born 1980), actress, model, and dancer; paternal grandmother of Polish descent
  • Janice Dickinson (born 1955), model/reality television star; mother was of Polish descent
  • Dagmara Dominczyk (born 1976), Polish-born American actress;[8] sister of Marika Dominczyk
  • Marika Dominczyk (born 1980), Polish-born American actress; sister of Dagmara Dominczyk
  • Anne Dudek (born 1975), television actress (Mad Men, House M.D.)
  • David Duchovny (born 1960), actor, paternal grandmother of Polish Jewish ancestry
  • Alexis Dziena (born 1984), film and television actress (When in Rome), of part Polish descent
  • George Dzundza (born 1945), actor, of part Polish descent
  • Zac Efron (born 1987), actor, paternal grandfather was the son of Polish Jewish parents
  • Jesse Eisenberg (born 1983), actor, of Polish Jewish and Ukrainian Jewish descent
  • Linda Emond (born 1959), actress; paternal grandmother was of Polish descent
  • Briana Evigan (born 1986), actress; of part Polish descent
  • Peter Falk (1927–2011), actor; of Polish Jewish descen
  • Jason David Frank (born 1973), actor and mixed martial artist; mother of half Polish descent
  • Johnny Galecki (born 1975), actor; father of Polish descent
  • Arlene Golonka (born 1936), actress
  • Katerina Graham (born 1989), actress (Vampire Diaries), mother of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent
  • Gilda Gray (1901–1959), actress and dancer[9]
  • Ari Graynor (born 1983), actress; father of Polish descent
  • Alice Greczyn (born 1986), actress
  • Kim Greist (born 1958), actress; Polish maternal grandmother
  • Zach Grenier (born 1954), actor; mother of Polish descent
  • Sasha Grey (born 1988), actress; maternal great-grandfather of Polish descent
  • Khrystyne Haje (born 1968), actress
  • Chelsea Handler (born 1975), actress and comedian; maternal great-grandmother of Polish origin
  • Marilu Henner (born 1952), television actress (Taxi) and health book author; father was of Polish descent[10]
  • John Hodiak (1914–1955), film actor
  • Bonnie Hunt (born 1961), Golden Globe- and Emmy Award-nominated actress, comedian, writer, director, television producer and daytime television host, maternal grandparents were Polish
  • Ryan Hurst (born 1976), actor; mother of Polish descent
  • Scarlett Johansson (born 1984), actress (Lost in Translation); mother is of Polish Jewish descent
  • Jake Johnson (born 1978), actor; maternal grandmother, Lucille/Lucy Kopacz, was of Polish descent
  • JoJo (born 1990), singer and actress; maternal grandmother of Polish origin
  • Jane Kaczmarek (born 1955), actress (Malcolm in the Middle)
  • Nina Kaczorowski (born 1975), actress, stunt woman, model and dancer
  • Vincent Kartheiser (born 1979), actor; maternal great-grandmother was Polish, from Błonie
  • Harvey Keitel (born 1939), Academy Award-nominated actor, of Polish Jewish and Romanian Jewish descent
  • Ted Knight (1923–1986), Emmy Award-winning film and television actor (The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Too Close for Comfort)[11]
  • Kristof Konrad (born 1962), TV and film actor (Red Sparrow, House of Cards)
  • Camille Kostek (born 1992), actress and model
  • Mitchell Kowal (1915–1971), film actor
  • Linda Kozlowski (born 1958), film actress (Crocodile Dundee)[12]
  • Jane Krakowski (born 1968), film, stage and television actress (Ally McBeal, 30 Rock); winner of the 2003 Tony Award; of three quarters Polish descent
  • John Krasinski (born 1979), TV and film actor (The Office);[13] of half Polish and half Irish descent
  • Lisa Kudrow (born 1963), actress, of Polish Jewish and Belarusian Jewish descent
  • Shia LaBeouf (born 1986), actor, voice actor, and comedian, mother is of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent
  • Lisa Lampanelli (born 1961), comedian and actress; maternal grandfather, Stanley Velgot, of Polish descent
  • Carole Landis (1919–1948), film actress; mother was of Polish descent and father of Norwegian descent[14]
  • Joe Lando (born 1961), TV and film actor (Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman)[15]
  • Matt Lanter (born 1983), actor and model; of part Polish descent
  • Téa Leoni (born 1966), film and TV actress; paternal grandmother was of Polish descent[16]
  • Logan Lerman (born 1992), actor; his maternal grandfather was a Polish Jewish immigrant, and the rest of Logan's ancestry is Russian Jewish, Lithuanian Jewish, and other Polish Jewish
  • Justin Long (born 1978), film and television actor; his mother, former Broadway actress Wendy Lesniak, is of half Polish descent
  • Josh Lucas (born 1971), actor
  • Eric Mabius (born 1971), TV and film actor (Ugly Betty, The Crow), mother is of Polish descent[17]
  • Rose Marie (1923-2017), TV and film actress (The Dick Van Dyke Show); mother of Polish heritage and father of Italian descent [18]
  • Ross Martin (1920–1981), Polish Jewish immigrant, TV and film actor (Wild Wild West)[19]
  • Joseph Mazzello (born 1983), actor; maternal grandfather of Polish descent
  • Jenny McCarthy (born 1972), actress and comedian; mother of part Polish descent
  • Izabella Miko (born 1981), Polish-American actress and dancer
  • Patrycja Mikula (born 1983), also known as Patricia Mikula, model and Playboy Cybergirl
  • Wentworth Miller (born 1972), actor, model, screenwriter, and producer; maternal great-grandmother, Florence Busczniewicz, of Polish descent
  • Christopher Mintz-Plasse (born 1989), actor; paternal grandmother, Joan Stolarczyk, was of Polish descent
  • Helena Modjeska (1840–1909), Polish-born actress who specialized in Shakespearean roles[20]
  • Cameron Monaghan (born 1993), actor and model; mother of part Polish descent
  • Kyle Mooney (born 1984), actor and comedian; maternal great-grandfather of Polish descent
  • Zero Mostel (1915–1977), actor of stage and screen, of Polish Jewish descent
  • Pola Negri (1897–1987), Polish film actress who achieved notoriety as a femme fatale in silent films between the 1910s and 1930s
  • Paul Newman (1925–2008), actor; of Polish Jewish/Hungarian Jewish (paternal) and Slovak Catholic (maternal) descent
  • Jerry O'Connell (born 1974), TV and film actor; maternal grandfather was of Polish descent[21][22]
  • Jodi Lyn O'Keefe (born 1978), actress and model; of part Polish descent
  • Jerry Orbach (1935–2004), Tony Award-winning stage, film, musical theatre and television actor and singer; mother was of Polish-Lithuanian Roman Catholic background; father was a German Jewish immigrant[23]
  • Frank Oz (born 1944), British-born American film director, actor and puppeteer, father was a Polish Jew
  • Joanna Pacuła (born 1957), Polish-born actress[24]
  • Jared Padalecki (born 1982), actor (Gilmore Girls, Supernatural);[25] father is of Polish descent
  • Adrianne Palicki (born 1983), actress; paternal grandfather of Polish descent
  • Gwyneth Paltrow (born 1972), actress; paternal family were Jewish immigrants from Belarus and Poland; grandfather's surname was "Paltrowicz"
  • Annie Parisse (born 1975), actress; father of part Polish descent
  • James Penzi (born 1952), playwright, screenwriter, poet; mother is Polish
  • Mary Kay Place (born 1947), actress and singer; Polish maternal great-grandmother
  • Stefanie Powers (born 1942), actress and singer; mother was of Polish descent[26][27]
  • Beata Pozniak (born 1960), Polish-born actress, film director, painter, fashion model and activist who is now based out of the United States (Babylon 5, JFK)[28]
  • Robert Prosky (1930–2008), TV and film actor (Hill Street Blues)[29]
  • Danny Pudi (born 1979), TV actor; mother is of Polish descent[30][31][32]
  • Maggie Q (born 1979), model and actress (Nikita, Mission: Impossible III, Die Hard 4.0); father is of Irish and Polish descent
  • Jack Quaid (born 1992), actor; maternal grandfather of Polish ancestry
  • Emily Ratajkowski (born 1991), actress and model; paternal grandfather was of Polish (Catholic) descent, maternal grandfather was a Polish Jewish immigrant
  • John Ratzenberger (born 1947), TV actor (Cheers), mother was of Polish descent[33]
  • Dana Reeve (1961–2006), actress, singer, and activist for disability causes; paternal grandmother of Polish descent
  • Scott Rogowsky (born 1984), comedian and the primary host of HQ Trivia.
  • Ronda Rousey (born 1987), MMA fighter and actress; of part Polish descent
  • Eli Roth (born 1972), film director, producer, writer and actor, of Polish Jewish, Russian Jewish, and Austrian Jewish descent
  • Paul Rudd (born 1969), actor, of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent
  • Amy Ryan (born 1969), actress, born Amy Beth Dziewiontkowski; of part Polish descent
  • Meg Ryan (born 1961), née Hyra, actress, Polish ancestry on her father's side
  • Thomas Sadoski (born 1976), actor; paternal grandfather of Polish descent
  • Jonathan Sadowski (born 1979), actor of Polish and Italian descent
  • Fred Savage (born 1976), actor (The Wonder Years), of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent
  • Rob Schneider (born 1963), actor, comedian, screenwriter, and director; father was of Polish Jewish and Russian Jewish descent
  • Liev Schreiber (born 1967), film and stage actor, mother is of Polish Jewish descent
  • Chloë Sevigny (born 1974), film actress and model;[34] mother is of Polish descent
  • Atticus Shaffer (born 1998), actor; maternal grandmother, Wanda Mary Jankowski, of Polish descent
  • Casey Siemaszko (born 1961), film/television actor, Polish father[35][36]
  • Nina Siemaszko (born 1970), film/television actress, Polish father[37]
  • Joseph Sikora (born 1976), Polish-American actor (Boardwalk Empire, The Heart, She Holler, Power)
  • Bill Smitrovich (born 1947), actor
  • Leelee Sobieski (born 1982), actress, father is of partial Polish descent
  • Olga Sosnovska (born 1972), Polish-born TV and soap opera actress (All My Children)[38]
  • Martin Starr (born 1982), actor; maternal great-grandmother, Mary H. Krzyzanowski, of Polish descent
  • Ben Stiller (born 1965), actor, father is of Polish Jewish descent
  • Gloria Swanson (1899–1983), actress (best known for Sunset Boulevard);[39] mother, Adelaide Klainowksi, was of part Polish descent
  • Loretta Swit (born 1937), musical theatre and television actress (M*A*S*H)[40]
  • Keith Szarabajka (born 1952), TV and film actor
  • Eric Szmanda (born 1975), TV actor (CSI), of part Polish descent[41]
  • Carly Tamborski (born 1989), actress; father of Polish descent
  • Christine Taylor (born 1971), actress; of part Polish descent
  • Miles Teller (born 1987), actor; paternal great-grandmother, Catherine Stancavage, was of Polish descent
  • Meghan Trainor (born 1993), singer and actress; maternal grandfather of Polish descent
  • Alan Tudyk (born 1971), TV, film and stage actor; father of Polish descent[42]
  • Liv Tyler (born 1977), actress and model; paternal great-grandfather was a Polish immigrant
  • Tom Tyler (1903–1954), film actor (Adventures of Captain Marvel)[43]
  • James Urbaniak (born 1963), film, television and theatre actor
  • Travis Van Winkle (born 1982), actor; maternal grandmother of Polish descent
  • Michael Vartan (born 1968), film and television actor; mother is a Jewish immigrant from Poland[44]
  • Jean Wallace (1923–1990), film actress
  • Eli Wallach (1915–2014), actor, of Polish Jewish descent
  • Devon Werkheiser (born 1991), actor; maternal great-grandmother was of Polish descent
  • Paul Wesley (born 1982), actor, born Paweł Tomasz Wasilewski to Polish parents (Fallen, The Vampire Diaries)
  • Alicia Witt (born 1975), actress, singer, songwriter, and pianist (paternal great-grandfather of Polish ancestry)
  • Pia Zadora (born 1954), actress and singer; mother was of Polish descent[45]
  • Henry Zebrowski (born 1984), actor and comedian; grandfather was Polish immigrant
  • Maddie Ziegler (born 2002), actress and dancer; of partial Polish descent
  • Madeline Zima (born 1985), actress; maternal grandfather of Polish ancestry
  • Vanessa Zima (born 1986), actress; maternal grandfather of Polish ancestry
  • Yvonne Zima (born 1989), actress; maternal grandfather of Polish ancestry
  • Sheri Moon Zombie (born 1970), actress; mother of Polish descent
  • Daphne Zuniga (born 1962), actress; maternal grandfather of Polish descent
  • Chris Zylka (born 1985), actor; maternal grandfather of Polish descent

Architects

Artists

Władysław T. Benda Polish painter, illustrator, and designer, naturalized American in 1911.

Authors

Filmmakers

Journalists

Models

Musicians

Television personalities

Theater and dance

Business and economics

Explorers

  • John Scolvus (15th century), aka John of Cologneo, navigator (possibly the first Pole in the Americas)

Military

  • Sylvester Antolak (1916–1944), US Army sergeant
  • Alexander Bielaski (1811–1861), Captain of the Union Army
  • Leo J. Dulacki (born 1918), U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general whose last assignment was as the Deputy Chief of Staff for Manpower[119]
  • Gabby Gabreski (1919–2002), Francis Stanley "Gabby" Gabreski was a U.S. Army Air Corps and later U.S. Air Force officer who was a fighter ace in World War II, and again in Korea[120]
  • Ralph Ignatowski (1926–1945), awarded the Purple Heart with Gold Star, Presidential Unit Citation with Star, Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal, and the World War II Victory Medal
  • Jan Karski (1914–2000), Polish World War II resistance fighter and scholar[121]
  • Tadeusz Kościuszko (1746–1817), Polish and Lithuanian national hero, general and a leader of 1794 uprising (which bears his name) against the Russians
  • Włodzimierz Krzyżanowski (1824–1887), Polish military leader and a Union general in the American Civil War[122]
  • Donald J. Kutyna (born 1933), General, commander in chief of the North American Aerospace Defense Command and the United States Space Command from 1990 to 1992, and commander of Air Force Space Command at Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado from 1987 to 1990
  • Robert J. Modrzejewski (born 1934), U.S. Marine and Medal of Honor Recipient for conspicuous gallantry in Vietnam
  • Richard F. Natonski (born 1951), U.S. Marine Corps lieutenant general whose last assignment was as the Commander of U.S. Marine Corps Forces Command.
  • Kazimierz Pułaski (1746–1779), Polish soldier and politician; has been called "the father of American cavalry"; from 1777 until his death, he fought in the American Revolutionary War for the independence of the U.S.
  • Hyman G. Rickover (1900–1986), U.S. Navy Admiral; known as the "father of the Nuclear Navy"; first Director of Naval Reactors
  • Edward Rowny (1917–2017), U.S. Army General and ambassador Chief U.S. Negotiator for Arms Control
  • John Shalikashvili (1936–2011), U.S. Army general and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff; born in Warsaw, Poland and emigrated to the U.S. as a teenager; became the first draftee to rise to rank of General and first JCS Chairman after General Colin Powell
  • Frank P. Witek (1921–1944), U.S. Marine and Medal of Honor recipient[123]

Politics

Religion

Scientists

Sports

Athletic

Baseball

  • Rick Ankiel (born 1979), former professional baseball outfielder and pitcher
  • Mike Bielecki (born 1959), former professional baseball player
  • Joe Borowski, Cleveland Indians closing pitcher
  • Dave Borkowski (born 1977), former Major League Baseball relief pitcher
  • Stan Coveleski (1889–1984), Major League Baseball player during the 1910s and 1920s[159]
  • Jim Czajkowski (born 1963), Major League Baseball starting pitcher
  • Doug Drabek (born 1962), former professional baseball player
  • Moe Drabowsky (1935–2006), right-handed relief pitcher in Major League Baseball[160]
  • Dave Dombrowski (born 1956), baseball executive
  • Tim Federowicz (born 1987), catcher for the Chicago Cubs
  • Mark Fidrych (1954–2009), pitcher in Major League Baseball
  • Jason Grabowski (born 1976), pitcher in Major League Baseball
  • Johnny Grabowski (1900–1946), catcher in Major League Baseball
  • Steve Gromek (1920–2002), pitcher in Major League BaseballBaseball[161]
  • Mark Grudzielanek (born 1970), second baseman in Major League Baseball, plays for the Kansas City Royals[162]
  • Kevin Gryboski (born 1973), right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball
  • Mark Gubicza (born 1962), former pitcher in Major League Baseball
  • Ray Jablonski (1926–1985), third baseman in Major League Baseball with an eight-year career from 1953 to 1960[163]
  • Scott Kamieniecki (born 1964), former professional baseball player
  • Matt Kata (born 1978), Major League Baseball infielder
  • Ryan Klesko (born 1971), Major League Baseball player
  • Ted Kluszewski (1924–1988), Major League first baseman [164]
  • Paul Konerko (born 1976), former professional baseball first baseman
  • Tony Kubek (born 1936), baseball player and television broadcaster[citation needed]
  • Whitey Kurowski (1918–1999), third baseman in Major League Baseball who played his entire career for the St. Louis Cardinals (1941–49)
  • Mat Latos (born 1987), professional baseball pitcher
  • Eddie Lopat (1918–1992), Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Stan Lopata (1925–2013), Major League Baseball player[165]
  • Mark Lukasiewicz (born 1973), former professional baseball player who played two seasons for the Anaheim Angels
  • Greg Luzinski (born 1950), former left fielder in Major League Baseball
  • Joe Maddon (born 1954), Major League Baseball manager, currently serving as manager of the Chicago Cubs
  • Gary Majewski (born 1980), former Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Phil Mankowski (born 1953), former third baseman in Major League Baseball who played for the Detroit Tigers and New York Mets
  • Brian Matusz (born 1987), professional baseball pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles of Major League Baseball
  • Bill Mazeroski (born 1936), former Major League baseball player[166]
  • Barney McCosky (1917–1996), center fielder/left fielder in Major League Baseball[167]
  • Doug Mientkiewicz (born 1974), former first baseman for the Minnesota Twins, Boston Red Sox, and several other MLB teams[168]
  • Dave Mlicki (born 1968), former right-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball
  • Stan Musial (1920–2013), Major League Baseball player who played 22 seasons for the St. Louis Cardinals from 1941 to 1963[169]
  • Joe Niekro (1944–2006), starting pitcher in Major League Baseball; younger brother of Hall of Fame pitcher Phil Niekro; father of first baseman Lance Niekro[170]
  • Phil Niekro (born 1939), former pitcher in Major League Baseball and member of the Baseball Hall of Fame[171]
  • C. J. Nitkowski (born 1973), left-handed former professional baseball pitcher
  • Tom Paciorek (born 1946), Major League outfielder and first baseman for 18 seasons between 1970 and 1987[172]
  • Freddie Patek (born 1944), Major League Baseball player for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Kansas City Royals, and California Angels[173]
  • Ron Perranoski (born 1936), Major League pitcher [174]
  • A. J. Pierzynski (born 1976), Major League catcher [175]
  • Johnny Podres (1932–2008), Major League Baseball left-handed starting pitcher
  • Jack Quinn (1883–1946), Major League pitcher [176]
  • Ron Reed (born 1942), Major League pitcher [177]
  • Art Shamsky (born 1941), outfielder in Major League Baseball and Israel Baseball League manager
  • Al Simmons (1902–1956), player in Major League Baseball over three decades[178]
  • Marc Rzepczynski (born 1985), Major League pitcher
  • Bill "Moose" Skowron (born 1930), Major League Baseball player, primarily a first baseman[179]
  • Matt Szczur, active Major League outfielder for the Chicago Cubs[180]
  • Ryan Sherriff (born 1990), pitcher for the St. Louis Cardinals
  • Frank Tanana (born 1953), former left-handed pitcher in Major League Baseball[181]
  • Alan Trammell (born 1958), baseball shortstop for the Detroit Tigers from 1977 to 1996[182]
  • Troy Tulowitzki (born 1984), Major League Baseball shortstop
  • Helen Walulik (1929–2012), All-American Girls Professional Baseball League player[183]
  • Ted Wilks (1915–1989), relief pitcher (aka "The Cork") with the St. Louis Cardinals, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cleveland Indians; coach of the Kansas City A's (now Oakland)
  • Carl Yastrzemski (born 1939), Major League Baseball player[184]
  • Richie Zisk (born 1949), Major League Baseball player for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago White Sox, Texas Rangers, and Seattle Mariners from 1971 to 1983[185]

Basketball

  • Carol Blazejowski (born 1956), women's professional basketball player
  • Vince Boryla (born 1927), pro basketball player, coach, and executive
  • Frank Brickowski (born 1959), retired basketball player
  • Dan Dickau (born 1978)
  • Phil Farbman (1924–1996), basketball player
  • Mike Gminski (born 1959), former college and professional basketball player
  • Tom Gola (1933–2014), one of Philadelphia's most famous basketball players[186]
  • Marcin Gortat (born 1984), professional basketball player in the NBA. Washington Wizards.
  • Bobby Hurley (born 1971), Duke and NCA basketball player [187]
  • Frank Kaminsky (born 1993), basketball player
  • Thomas Kelati (born 1982), professional basketball player for the Polish national team
  • Mike Krzyzewski (born 1947), head coach of the Duke University men's basketball team and the 2008 gold medal-winning U.S. men's Olympic basketball team
  • Mitch Kupchak (born 1954), former professional basketball player and current general manager of the Los Angeles Lakers from 2000-2017 after Jerry West moved to the Memphis Grizzlies organization
  • Bob Kurland (born 1924), 7-foot basketball center
  • Christian Laettner (born 1969), NBA player
  • Red Mihalik (born 1916), NCAA and Olympic official/referee [188]
  • Paul Mokeski (born 1957), former basketball player
  • Eric Piatkowski (born 1970), National Basketball Association player with the Phoenix Suns
  • Joe Proski (born 1940), first trainer of Phoenix Suns; inducted into Phoenix Ring of Fame in 2001
  • Joel Przybilla (born 1979), professional basketball player in the NBA
  • A.J. Slaughter (born 1987), professional basketball player for the Polish national team
  • Kelly Tripucka (born 1959), National Basketball Association player for the Detroit Pistons, Utah Jazz, and Charlotte Hornets from 1981 to 1991
  • Steve Wojciechowski (born 1976), Head coach of the Marquette University men's basketball team

Bowling

  • Eddie Lubanski, considered one of the greatest bowlers of all time; is in the Guinness book of World Records

Boxing

  • Bobby Czyz (born 1962), boxer
  • Andrew Golota (born 1968), professional boxer from Poland who has been involved in many controversial fights
  • Stanley Ketchel (1886–1910), boxer who became one of the greatest world middleweight champions
  • Stanley Poreda (1909–1983), Jersey City boxer considered a top heavyweight contender in the early 1930s
  • Paweł Wolak (born 1981), former WBC USNBC Light Middleweight Champion
  • Teddy Yarosz (1910–1974), NBA Middleweight Boxing Champion
  • Tony Zale (1913–1997), two-time Middleweight World Champion Boxer

Fencing

Figure skating

Football

Golf

  • Billy Burke (1902–1972), prominent golfer of the 1930s
  • Jim Furyk (born May 12, 1970), professional golfer, 2003 U.S. Open winner, FedEx Cup Champion, PGA Tour Player of the Year, Ryder Cup captain
  • Betsy King (born 1955), professional golfer[203]
  • Paul Stankowski (born 1969), professional golfer with two PGA Tour wins; finished tied for 5th at the 1997 Masters as well as a tie for 17th at the 1997 U.S. Open
  • Bob Toski (born 1926), golf player and teacher
  • Al Watrous (1899–1983), PGA Champion [188]
  • Walt Zembriski (born May 4, 1935), former ironworker; played on both the PGA and Senior PGA tour

Hockey

Media

Olympic athletes

  • Alyson Dudek (born 1990), short track speed skater at the 2010 and 2014 Winter Olympics; won bronze in 2010
  • Mark Gorski (born 1960), track cyclist; gold medal
  • Bob Gutowski (1935–1960), pole vaulter; won silver at 1956 Summer Olympics [210]
  • Jeffrey Klepacki, rower in 1992, 1996 and 2000 Olympics; won Rowing World Championship titles in 1994, 1998 and 1999
  • Christopher Liwski, rower in 2004 and 2008 Olympic teams (alternate); won Rowing World Championship title in 2007
  • Norbert Schemansky (born 1924), gold, silver and bronze Olympic m in weightlifting [211]
  • Jenn Suhr (née Stuczynski), pole vaulter, won silver at 2008 Summer Olympics
  • Stanisława Walasiewicz (a.k.a. Stella Walsh) (1911–1980), athlete and Olympic champion

Soccer

Wrestling

Rob Van Dam

Other sports

Other

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