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List of people by name: Sp-Sq
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List of people by name: Sp-Sq

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Spaak, Catherine, actor
  • Spaak, Paul-Henri, (1899-1972)
  • Spaak, Suzanne, (c.1905-1944), WW II heroine
  • Spaatz, Carl, (1891-1974), American WWII general
  • Spacal, Lojze, (1907-2000), painter.
  • Spacek, Sissy, (born 1949), US actor
  • Spacey, Kevin, (born 1959), US actor
  • Spadafora, Paul, (born 1975), world champion boxer
  • Spade, David, comedian
  • Spader, James, (born 1960), actor
  • Spaggiari, Albert, French bank robber
  • Spahn, Warren, (born 1921), Baseball Hall of Famer
  • Spaink, Karin, (born 1957), writer, attacker of quacks
  • Spalding, Albert, (1850-1915), baseball player, executive, sporting goods manufacturer
  • Spalding, Esta, Canadian writer
  • Spanic, Gaby, actress, wife of Miguel Leon
  • Spanier, Muggsy, musician
  • Spann, Othmar, Austrian philosopher and economist
  • Spann, Otis, musician
  • Spano, Canonico Giovanni
  • Spare, Austin Osman, (1886-1956), British painter & mystic
  • Spark, Muriel, (born 1918), English novelist
  • Sparrow, Herbert O, Canadian senator
  • Spartacus, (died 71 BC), gladiator and slave rebellion leader
  • Sparwasser, Jürgen, athlete
  • Spassky, Boris, (born 1937), chess player
  • Spathi, Litsa, (born 1958), painter
  • Speaker, Tris, (1888-1958), Baseball Hall of Famer
  • Spears, Britney, (born 1981), US pop-star
  • Spears, Jamie, (born 1991), US singer,
  • Spearthrower Owl, (ruled 374-439), Teotihuacan Emperor
  • Specht, Kerstin, dramatist, author
  • Specter, Arlen, US Senator
  • Spector, Ronnie, (born 1943), singer
  • Spee, Lori, musician
  • Speed, Adi Kuini Bavadra, Deputy Prime Minister of Fiji (1999-2000)
  • Speed, John, (1542-1629), cartographer
  • Speed, Lancelot, (1860-1931), illustrator
  • Speer, Albert, (1905-1981), "Hitler's architect"
  • Speight, George, Fijian instigator of the coup of 2000
  • Speke, John Hanning, (1827-1864), discovered Lake Victoria
  • Spelling, Aaron, (born 1923), US television producer, writer
  • Spellman, A. B, poet
  • Spelvin, George, actor
  • Spencer, Anne, poet
  • Spencer, Bud
  • Spencer-Brown, G. (George), mathematician
  • Spencer-Churchill, John George Vanderbilt, Duke of Marlborough, (born 1926)
  • Spencer, Diana, (1961-1997), Princess of Wales
  • Spencer, Henry, C-News,Regex
  • Spencer, Herbert, (1820-1903), philosopher
  • Spencer, Jeremy, musician
  • Spencer, John, American actor
  • Spencer, John Poyntz , 5th Earl Spencer, Irish leader
  • Spencer, Joseph (1714-1789), Major General in the Continental Army
  • Spencer, Niles, (1883-1952), American painter
  • Spencer, Peter, (1782-1843), ex-slave, religious leader, A.U.M.P. Church founder
  • Spender, Stephen, poet
  • Spener, Philipp Jakob, (1653-1705), theologian
  • Spengler, Oswald, (1880-1936), philosopher, Decline of the West
  • Spenser, Edmund, (1552-1599), poet
  • Sperr, Martin, dramatist, author
  • Sperry, Elmer, (born 1860), inventor
  • Sperry, Roger W, (1913-1994), biologist
  • Spiegl, Fritz (1926-2003), journalist
  • Spiegleman, Art, US comic creator
  • Spielberg, Steven, (born 1947), US filmmaker
  • Spiggia, Pietro, Sardinian poet
  • Spillane, Davy, musician
  • Spillane, Mickey, (born 1918), US author, creator of Mike Hammer
  • Spilsbury, Bernard, British pathologist
  • Spink, Solomon (1831-1881), Dakota Territory delegate to U.S. Congress
  • Spinks, Leon, (born 1953), world boxing champion
  • Spinks, Michael, (born 1956), world boxing champion
  • Spinney, Carroll, : Harvey
  • Spinoza, Baruch, (1632-1677), philosopher
  • Spinrad, Norman, (born 1940), science fiction author
  • Spitaels, Guy, Minister-President of Wallonia
  • Spitteler, Carl, (1845-1924), 1919 Nobel Prize in Literature
  • Spitz, Mark, (born 1950), Olympic Games swimming gold medalist
  • Spitzweg, Carl, (1808-1885), painter
  • Spivack, Kathleen, (The Beds We Lie In)
  • Spivak, Michael, mathematician
  • Spivak, Mira, Canadian senator
  • Spivey, Victoria, musician
  • Spock, Benjamin, (1903-1998), US pediatrician, author
  • Spohr, Louis, (1784-1859), composer
  • Spontini, Gaspare, Italian opera composer
  • Sporus of Nicaea, (circa 240 BC-circa 300 BC), mathematician
  • Sprague, Richard A, lawyer
  • Sprague, Richard E, computer scientist, author
  • Spranger, Carl-Dieter, CDU
  • Sprengtporten, Göran Magnus, (1740-1819), Swedish politician
  • Sprengtporten, Jacob Magnus, (1727-1786), Swedish politician
  • Sprigg, Samuel, US governor, politician
  • Sprinchron, Carl, (1887-1971), American painter
  • Spring, Howard, (1889-1965), novelist
  • Spring, Sherwood, astronaut
  • Springer, Robert, astronaut
  • Springfield, Dusty, (1939-1999), US musician
  • Springfield, Rick, (born 1949), musician
  • Springsteen, Bruce, (born 1949), US musician
  • Sproxton, Brik, Canadian writer
  • Spruance, Raymond A, (1886-1969), US admiral
  • Spühler, Willy, (1902-1990), Swiss Federal Councilor
  • Spungen, Nancy
  • Spurgeon, Charles, (1834-1892), Baptist preacher
  • Spychalski, Jan, Polish painter
  • Spyri, Johanna, (1827-1901), Swiss author of Heidi
  • Spytihnev I, (895-915), Bohemian aristocrat
  • Spytihnev II, (1055-1061), Bohemian aristocrat
  • Squillace, Ralph (born c 1970), radio personality