List Of Puerto Ricans
This is a list of notable Puerto Ricans which includes people who were born in Puerto Rico, people who are of full or partial Puerto Rican ancestry, and many long-term residents and/or immigrants of other ethnic heritages who have made Puerto Rico their home, and who are recognized for their life and/or work.
The list is divided into categories and in some cases sub-categories which best describe the field for which the subject is most noted. Some categories such as "Actors, actresses, comedians and directors" are relative since a subject who is a comedian may also be an actor or director. In some cases a subject may be notable in more than one field such as "Luis A. Ferré" who is notable as a former "governor" and as an "industrialist". However, the custom is to place the subject's name under the field for which he/she is most noted.
- This is an incomplete list, which may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness. You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries.
Contents: Top – Actors, actresses, comedians and directors, Architects, Authors, playwrights and poets, Beauty queens and fashion models, Business people and industrialists, Cartoonists, Civil rights and/or political activists, Composers, musicians and singers, Criminals and outlaws, Diplomats, Educators, Governors, Historians, Journalists, Judges and law enforcement, Military, Physicians and Scientists, Politicians, Religion, Sports, Taínos, Visual Artists, Miscellaneous.
Read more about List Of Puerto Ricans: Actors, Actresses, Comedians and Directors, Architects, Authors, Playwrights and Poets, Beauty Queens and Fashion Models, Business People and Industrialists, Cartoonists, Civil Rights And/or Political Activists, Composers, Musicians and Singers, Criminals and Outlaws, Diplomats, Educators, Governors, Historians, Journalists, Judges and Law Enforcement, Military, Physicians and Scientists, Politicians, Religion, Sports, Taínos, Visual Artists, Miscellaneous
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