List of people from Orlando, Florida
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This is a list of notable people natives and residents of Orlando, Florida:
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- AK1200 – musician/record producer
- Casey Anthony – notable criminal suspect
- Lance Bass – singer; former member of boy band 'N Sync
- Wayne Brady – actor, singer, comedian, and television personality
- Delta Burke – television and film actress
- Carrot Top – comedian
- Johnny Damon – professional baseball player 
- Howie Dorough, member of the Backstreet Boys
- Buddy Dyer – present mayor of Orlando
- Charles McArther Emmanuel – the son of former Liberian leader Charles Taylor
- Joey Fatone – singer and former member of boy 'N Sync
- Zack Greinke – professional baseball player 
- Sally Hogshead - author and professional speaker
- Glenda Hood – former mayor
- Rod Houison – musician, producer, and sound engineer
- Jack Kerouac – author, poet and painter
- Brian Kendrick – professional wrestler
- A.J. McLean, member of the Backstreet Boys
- Jan Mulder – pianist, composer, and conductor
- Marshall Warren Nirenberg – Nobel Prize-winning biochemist and geneticist
- Sean O'Neal - actor
- A.J. Pierzynski – professional baseball player 
- Robert Pierre – Christian singer/songwriter
- Tyra Sanchez – drag performer and winner of the second season of reality television series RuPaul's Drag Race
- Warren Sapp – former professional football player
- Chuck Schuldiner – "Godfather of death metal", frontman of band Death
- Derrick Sharp – American-Israeli professional basketball player
- Rob Smith, Jr. – cartoonist
- Wesley Snipes – film actor and producer
- Miriam Stockley – South African-born British singer
- Amare Stoudamire- Professional Basketball Player
- There For Tomorrow – rock band
- Daniel Tosh – comedian, Host of Tosh.0 On Comedy Central
- Trivium, heavy metal band
- Chris Warren, professional basketball player
- John Watts Young – astronaut
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