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Notable people of Georgian descent
- André Andersen, a Russia-born Danish multi-instrumentalist and composer.
- David Bagration of Mukhrani, a claimant to the headship of the Royal House of Georgia and to the historical thrones of Georgia.
- Jorge de Bagration, a Spanish racing car driver of Georgian descent and a claimant to the headship of the Royal House of Georgia and to the historical throne of Georgia.
- George Balanchine, one of the 20th century's most famous choreographers.
- David Baramidze, a Georgian-born German chess Grandmaster.
- David Chavchavadze, an American author and a former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) officer of Georgian-Russian origin.
- Maryam d'Abo, an English film and television actress.
- Lasha Darbaidze, a Georgian-born American citizen who holds the positions of Honorary Consul of Georgia and President of the St. George Foundation.
- Anna Dogonadze, a Georgian-born German athlete.
- Vernon Duke, an American composer and songwriter.
- Wachtang Djobadze, a Georgian art historian who lived in the United States as an émigré.
- Andrew Eristoff, a Republican Party politician from New York City who serves as New Jersey State Treasurer under Governor Chris Christie.
- Alex Greenwich, the member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly seat of Sydney.
- Michael Gregor, an aircraft engineer of Georgian origin.
- Georgiy Gongadze, a Ukrainian journalist of Georgian origin who was kidnapped and murdered in 2000.
- Elly Heuss-Knapp, a German liberal politician and author.
- Darren Huckerby, an English former professional footballer and academy coach.
- Tzipi Hotovely, an Israeli politician and member of the Knesset for the Likud party.
- Alexander Kartveli, an influential aircraft engineer and a pioneer of American aviation history.
- David Koma, a Georgian born London based fashion designer.
- Vitaliy Kononov, a candidate in the 2004 Ukrainian presidential election, nominated by the Green Party of Ukraine.
- Kola Kwariani, a Georgian-American professional wrestler and chess player.
- Giorgi Latso, a Georgian-American classical pianist and composer.
- Georges V. Matchabelli, a Georgian nobleman and diplomat, who immigrated to the United States after the 1921 Soviet invasion of Georgia.
- Katie Melua, a Georgian-born British singer, songwriter and musician.
- George Papashvily, a Georgian-American writer and sculptor.
- Irina Shabayeva, the winner of the sixth season of Project Runway along with her model, Kalyn Hemphill.
- John Shalikashvili, a United States Army General who served as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Supreme Allied Commander from 1993 to 1997.
- Joseph Stalin, the de facto leader of the Soviet Union from the mid-1920s until his death in 1953.
- Tamta, a Greek pop singer famous in Greece and Cyprus.
- Omari Tetradze, a former football player of Georgian Greek descent who, during his playing career, represented Russia at international level.
- Jerzy Tumaniszwili, a Polish naval commander of a Georgian aristocratic descent.
- Georgians in Belarus
- Georgians in Belgium
- Georgians in Cyprus
- Georgians in Denmark
- Georgians in Estonia
- Georgians in France
- Georgians in Germany
- Georgians in Greece
- Georgians in Italy
- Georgians in Latvia
- Georgians in Lithuania
- Georgians in Moldova
- Georgians in the Netherlands
- Georgians in Norway
- Georgian emigration in Poland
- Georgians in Russia
- Georgians in Spain
- Georgians in Ukraine
- Georgians in the United Kingdom
- The World Congress of the Nations of Georgia