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List Of People With Surname Moore - Education
... Charles Page Thomas Moore, American co-founder of the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity Clifford Herschel Moore (1866–1931), American Latin scholar Edward Moore (scholar), English ...
List Of People With Surname Moore - Television and Film
... Clayton Moore (1914–1999), American actor Constance Moore (1920–2005), American singer and actress Demi Moore (born 1962), American actress Dudley Moore (1935–2002), English actor and comedian ... Moore (1919-1993), American television director Jodie Moore (born 1976), Australian porn star and exotic dancer Joe Moore (television journalist), American news anchor in Hawaii John Moore (movie director ... Moore (born 1964), American screenwriter and television producer Rudy Ray Moore (born 1927), African-American cult-film maker, comedian and singer Stephen Campbell Moore (born 1979), English actor Stephen ...
List Of People With Surname Moore - Government and Politics
... Claire Moore, Australian Senator Clover Moore, Australian politician and Lord Mayor of Sydney, Australia Dan K ... Moore (1906–1986), American, former governor of North Carolina Danny Roy Moore (born 1925), Louisiana state senator Darius A ... Moore (1833–1905), New York politician Dennis Moore (born 1945), American politician from Kansas Garry Moore (mayor) (born 1951), Mayor of Christchurch, New Zealand George Fletcher ...

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