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List of people from Detroit

Detroit, as seen from Windsor, Canada

The following is a list of notable people from Detroit, Michigan. This list includes people who were born, have lived, or worked in and around Metro Detroit.

Artists

Architects

Ceramists

Dancers

Fashion designers

Painters

Photographers

Sculptors

Textile designers

Astronauts

Business, industry, academics, and labor

Clergy and religion

Government and politics

Movie, radio, television figures and journalists

Musicians, bands and composers

Alice Cooper
Madonna

Sports figures

American football

Baseball

Basketball

Bodybuilding

Boxing

Fencing

Frisbee

Golf

Hockey

Mixed Martial Arts

Motorsports

Professional wrestling

Olympians

Soccer

Swimming and diving

Tennis

Track and field


Writers, novelists and poets

See also

Notes

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