List of people from Los Angeles

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The following is a list of notable people who were either born in, are current residents of, or are otherwise closely associated with or from the city of Los Angeles, California, USA. Those born in Los Angeles have their names printed in bold. Los Angeles natives are also referred to as Angelenos /ænɨˈlnz/.[1]

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Gabby Douglas
Dr. Dre

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Etta James

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Liza Minnelli

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Bob Ojeda

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Paul Rodriguez

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Mike Shinoda
Willow Smith
Earl Sweatshirt

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George Takei
Shirley Temple

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