List of Bahá'ís
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The following list sets down the name of each member of the Bahá'í Faith who is the subject of a Wikipedia article. For another index of individual Bahá'ís with Wikipedia articles, see Category:Bahá'ís by nationality.
- 1 Central figures
- 2 Other lists
- 3 Family of Bahá'u'lláh
- 4 Royalty
- 5 Artists
- 6 Athletes
- 7 Business
- 8 Educators
- 9 Public Service
- 10 Journalism
- 11 Science
- 12 Others
- 13 References
- 14 External links
- List of Apostles of Bahá'u'lláh
- List of the Disciples of `Abdu'l-Bahá
- List of the Hands of the Cause of God
- List of the Knights of Bahá'u'lláh
- List of former Bahá'ís
Family of Bahá'u'lláh
- Common Market - hip hop duo from the American Pacific Northwest
- Seals and Crofts - American soft rock duo in the early 1970s
- Mirza Abdollah - also known as Agha Mirza Abdollah Farahani was a tar and setar player. He is among the most significant musicians in Iran's history
- Cindy Blackman - American jazz and rock drummer
- Jeff and Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff - folk music performers
- Celeste Buckingham - singer/songwriter
- Doug Cameron - Canadian musician/composer
- Vic Damone - American singer and entertainer
- Khalil Fong - American-born Hong Kong singer and songwriter
- Russell Garcia - motion picture composer
- Dizzy Gillespie - American jazz trumpeter
- Andy Grammer - American singer-songwriter
- Red Grammer - American singer-songwriter best known for children's music
- Anousheh Khalili - Iranian-American singer, pianist and songwriter
- Jack Lenz - Canadian composer
- Kevin Locke - Lakota musician and dancer
- Mike Longo - American jazz pianist
- James Moody - American jazz saxophone and flute player
- KC Porter - American multi-Grammy winning producer
- Rachael Price - jazz vocalist
- Tom Price - conductor, composer and producer
- Flora Purim - Brazilian American jazz singer
- Larry Robinson - songwriter and member of The Mooseheart Faith Stellar Groove Band
- Dan Seals - American musician, of England Dan and John Ford Coley
- Tierney Sutton - American jazz singer
- Louie Shelton - American jazz guitarist and producer
- Charles Wolcott - pianist, arranger, composer for Disney and MGM films, credited with bringing rock and roll to the movies
- Susan Aude Fisher News Anchor WIS Columbia SC
- Mark Bamford - writer, director (Cape of Good Hope)
- Mary Darling - producer, Little Mosque on the Prairie
- Clark Donnelly - producer, Little Mosque on the Prairie
- Mithaq Kazimi - director, producer (16 Days in Afghanistan)
- Phil Lucas - Native American filmmaker
- Harold Lee Tichenor - film producer
- Anthony Azizi (24)
- Justin Baldoni (Everwood)
- Earl Cameron (Thunderball, The Interpreter)
- Omid Djalili - comedian and actor
- Barbara Hale - Emmy Award winner (Perry Mason)
- Lois Hall - American movie and television actress
- Lloyd Haynes - actor and television writer
- Eva LaRue (All My Children, CSI: Miami)
- Carole Lombard - ranked 23rd greatest American female screen legend, star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
- Inder Manocha - British Asian stand-up comedian and actor
- Pardis Parker - Canadian comedian
- Alex Rocco - Emmy Award winner (The Famous Teddy Z, The Godfather, The Wedding Planner)
- Rehana Sultan - Indian actress
- Valeska Surratt - silent film actress
- Travis Van Winkle - American actor, The Last Ship, Hart of Dixie
- Rainn Wilson (The Office, Six Feet Under)
- Hossein Amanat (Azadi Tower, buildings of the Bahá'í Arc, House of Worship of Samoa)
- Fariborz Sahba (Lotus Temple, terrace gardens of Haifa)
- Louis Bourgeois (House of Worship of Wilmette)
- William Sutherland Maxwell (Central Tower of the Château Frontenac; he was also a Hand of the Cause)
- Burl Barer - true crime genre specializing, author of The Saint, as well as Bahá'í oriented articles
- Maya Kaathryn Bohnhoff - fantasy and science fiction author in short story and longer formats
- André Brugiroux - traveller and author
- Barry Crump - New Zealand comic author
- William S. Hatcher - mathematician, philosopher, educator
- Robert Hayden - Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress from 1976–1978
- Alain LeRoy Locke - author or books on poetry, race-awareness and research in various arts
- Nemat Mokhtarzada - writer and poet of Afghan origin
- Guy Murchie - philosopher, scientific writer, aviator
- Bahiyyih Nakhjavani
- Arvid Nelson - comic book writer, creator of Rex Mundi
- Wellesley Tudor Pole - British writer
- Jeffrey Reddick - creator of the Final Destination series
- Holiday Reinhorn - writer
- Gholamreza Rouhani - poet and satirist
- William Sears - author of multiple books
- Adib Taherzadeh - literary historian of Baha'i sacred texts
- Alice Pike Barney - portrait artist
- Hussein Bikar - Egyptian painter
- Amelia Collins - philanthropist
- Bernard Leach - potter
- Mishkín-Qalam - calligrapher
- Anis Mojgani - spoken-word poet
- Tom Morey - musician, inventor of the bodyboard, founder and namesake for the Morey Boogie bodyboard company
- Fayard Nicholas - American dancer and one half of the Nicholas Brothers
- Rae Perlin (1910-2006) - artist
- Juliet Thompson - portrait artist
- Mark Tobey - painter
- Gwen Wakeling - Academy Award-winning Hollywood costume designer
- Robin White-Painter,printmaker
- Nelson Évora - Portuguese Olympic gold medal (Beijing, 2008) and gold medal recipient for the 2007 Athletics World Championship in Osaka, Japan in Triple Jump
- Cathy Freeman - Australian Olympic gold medal-winning runner
- Khalil Greene - shortstop for the Texas Rangers
- David Krummenacker - Track & Field World Champion in 800m in 2003, NCAA Champion (Georgia Tech) 1997, 1998
- Luke McPharlin - Australian footballer for the Fremantle Dockers
- Ramak Safi - Iranian footballer (soccer) who plays for the Jacksonville Armada in the NASL
- Dwight W. Allen - professor, author, education reformer, consultant and advisor to UNESCO and the World Bank Group
- Ali Murad Davudi - Tehran University professor who disappeared in 1979
- Donna Denizé - American poet and award-winning teacher
- Auguste-Henri Forel - Swiss myrmecologist, neuroanatomist and psychiatrist
- Jagdish Gandhi - founder of City Montessori School, Lucknow, India
- Phoebe Hearst - first woman Regent of the University of California
- Patricia Locke - Lakota Native American educator
- Joseph Watson - Professor of Modern Irish at University College Dublin
- David Kelly - former employee of the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
- Jacqueline Left Hand Bull - Indian Health care policy administrator
- Dorothy Wright Nelson - Senior Judge on the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals; former dean, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
- Robert B. Powers - prominent police officer in the history of California during which he co-established one of the earliest training programs for police in matters of race relations.
- Payam Akhavan - prosecutor for United Nations tribunals and law professor
- Robert Sengstacke Abbott - lawyer and newspaper publisher, one of the first self-made African American millionaires of the United States
- Leonora Armstrong - international traveler
- Richard St. Barbe Baker - English environmentalist
- Lady Blomfield - early Irish-British Bahá'í, and a supporter of the rights of children and women
- Dr Frederick D'Evelyn - first Irish born Bahá'í
- Nelson Évora
- Dhabihu'llah Mahrami - wrongfully accused Iranian Bahá'i, found dead in his cell in 2005
- Layli Miller-Muro - Executive Director of the Tahirih Justice Center
- Nossrat Peseschkian - psychiatrist, psychotherapist; founder of Positive Psychotherapy
- Hilda Yen - internationalist, diplomat, aviator
- Lidia Zamenhof - daughter of Dr. Ludwig Zamenhof, inventor of Esperanto
- Bahá'í International Community (14 May 2007). "Funeral and memorial service planned for Samoan head of state". Bahá'í World News Service. Retrieved 14 May 2007.
- Hassall, Graham; Fazel, Seena. "100 Years of the Baha'i Faith in Europe". Baha'i Studies Review. 8 (3): 35–44. Retrieved 26 April 2007.
- Details published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer
- Introducing Seals and Crofts -Interview/Article by Deborah Landau, from Stereo Review magazine (January 1971)
- Infantry, Ashante (7 June 2008). "Cindy Blackman's got the beat". Toronto Star. Retrieved 7 June 2008.
- Official Website statement of faith
- "Bahai News - Music, faith can guide us, a singer believes". bahai-library.com.
- "The Changing Face of Cantopop: Khalil Fong". Time Out Hong Kong.
- "The Time Machine Project- Russel and Gina Garcia". colemanzone.com.
- Remembering Dizzy, by Nat Hentoff, This article can be found in the September 2004 issue of JazzTimes
- "Red Grammer". redgrammer.com.
- Bahá'í Community of Canada, Canadian Bahá'ís > In the News > Jack Lenz
- Interviews: JazzTrenzz: Between Sets with Mike LongoJazzTrenzz By Karl Stober
- "James Moody". melmartin.com.
- Biography on Official Webpage
- "rachaelprice.net". rachaelprice.net.
- "Spirited choir wins encores". bahai.org.
- Melt2000: Flora Purim (bio)
- Dan Seals has found a sense of hope since embracing Faith by Frank Roberts, August 17, 1994, The Virginian-Pilot, Copyright (c) 1994, Landmark Communications, Inc.
- "Belltown Bent". typepad.com.
- "Louie Shelton (1941–) - Encyclopedia of Arkansas". encyclopediaofarkansas.net.
- "Charles F. Wolcott, 80, Disney Film Composer". The New York Times. 30 January 1987.
- Anthony Azizi. "Anthony Azizi: Bio". Retrieved 2009-11-14.
- Mail Tribune The ‘Daze’ of his life
- Weinberg, Robert. Veteran actor Earl Cameron brings a sense of world citizenship to UN role. onecountry.org. 17, Issue 1 / April–June 2005. ONE COUNTRY.
- In The Arena With Omid Djalili By Darius Kadivar, Payvand's Iran News, 3/12/07
- The Associated Press (30 December 2000). "Bahai faith teaches universal acceptance of God".
- Biography for Lois Hall IMDb.com IMDb biography
- IMDB Biography
- The Bahá'í World 1940-1944 pp.635. Bahá'í Publishing Trust, Wilmette.
- Comedian wins major award London, United Kingdom, 25 May 2004 (BWNS)
- "Pardis Parker". pardisparker.com.
- Obituary Sandie Rocco Copyright Coastal View (Carpinteria Valley, CA, USA) 2002
- Chanler, Julie (1956). From Gaslight to Dawn, an autobiography. New York: New History Foundation. pp. 152–153.
- Travis Van Winkle. YouTube.
- "Rainn Wilson". Time Magazine. March 8, 2007. Retrieved 24 August 2008.
Did being of the Baha'i faith help you understand the spirituality? As a Baha'i, I believe in all the spiritual beliefs: Buddhism, Hinduism, Christianity.
- Bahá'í community of Canada. "Hossein Amanat". Archived from the original on 2004-10-27. Retrieved 29 April 2007.
- Bahá'í community of Canada. "Fariborz Sahba". Archived from the original on 2004-10-27. Retrieved 24 October 2007.
- Canadian Baha'i Community: Louis Bourgeois
- Burl Barer, Brilliant Author author's blog
- André Brugiroux author's website
- " ‘Crump Flags It Away’—Profile of Barry Crump, a New Zealand Baha’i" by Tony Reid, New Zealand Listener (Wellington, N. Z.) (Nov. 20, 1982): 21-22, 25, 26
- reprint of open letter to fellow students on conversion Pamphlet copyright 1965, National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States of America, Baha'i Publishing Trust, Wilmette, Illinois
- Robert Hayden by Christopher Buck, Published in Oxford Encyclopedia of American Literature 2:4 pages 177-181, New York: Oxford University Press, 2004-01
- Alain Lock - Faith and Philosophy, by Dr. Christopher Buck, Studies in Bábí and Bahá'í Religions, Vol 18, Anthony E. Lee General Editor, p.64 - ISBN 978-1-890688-38-7
- I am a Bahá'í by Guy Murchie, Chicago Sunday Tribune, magazine section, July 13, 1958
- "Arvid Nelson on "Rex Mundi's" Final Arc". Comic Book Resources. 18 December 2008. Retrieved 18 December 2008.
I converted to Baha'i in college, so religion is interesting to me. I think it's an important part of the human experience, and will always be a important part of my writing.
- Lady Blomfield (1 October 2006). "The Chosen Highway". Baha'i Publishing Trust Wilmette, Illinois. Retrieved 1 October 2006.
- "Holiday Reinhorn". Why Baha'i. National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States. October 1, 2009. Retrieved 2010-07-07.
- Moghbelin, Farahmand. "جایگاه شعر در جامعه بهائی". pazhuheshnameh.
- Plagenz, George (3 March 2006). "Saints and Sinners, Awaiting the Third Coming of Christ?" (PDF). Newspaper Enterprise Assn.
- Adib Taherzadeh, member of the Universal House of Justice, passes away ONE COUNTRY, Volume 11, Issue 4 / January–March 2000
- The others- A court ruling providing official recognition to Bahais has done little to ease the debate on this Israeli-based cult by Gihan Shahine, Al-Ahram Weekly
- Weinberg, Robert (ed.) (1999). Spinning the Clay into Stars: Bernard Leach and the Bahá'í Faith, pp. 21 & 29. George Ronald, Oxford. ISBN 0-85398-440-9
- Balyuzi, H.M. (1985). Eminent Bahá'ís in the time of Bahá'u'lláh. The Camelot Press Ltd, Southampton. pp. 270–271. ISBN 0-85398-152-3.
- Anis Mojgani Bio
- Sultan of surf, baron of boogie (Apr 06)
- Selected profiles of African-American Bahá'ís
- "Mark Tobey". Namen der Kunst. Retrieved 8 July 2007.
- Boyles, Ann (1995). The Bahá'í World, 1994-5 (Bahá'ís and the Arts: Part II). Bahá'í International Community. pp. 243–272.
- Morris, Paul (15 November 2012). "Diverse religions - Bahá'ís". Te Ara. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. Retrieved 8 March 2015.
- "Top sportsmen find support in faith". bahai.org.
- Dolbee, Sandi,"Passion for game, faith drives Padres' Greene", The San Diego Union-Tribune, 20 September 2004. Accessed 10 August 2007.
- "Running the race of his life". bahaiworldnews.org.
- A player and more by Les Everett, Australian Rules, from the Fremantle Herald
- MarketWatch: Chinese Billionaire Embraces Religion (06-03-2011)
- Doostdar, Novin (2000) . "Obituaries". Baha'i Studies Review. 9 (1).
- Staff of the Kay Spiritual Life Center of American University
- Swiss Baha'is Celebrate 100 Years of Contributing to World Civilization Baha'i Switzerland, National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of Switzerland
- "Mr Jagdish Gandhi was inspired by following 10 persons in his life". jagdishgandhi.org. Retrieved March 3, 2012.
- Effendi, Shoghi (1974). God Passes By. Wilmette: Bahá'í Pub. Trust. ISBN 0-87743-020-9.
- Instonian to be UCD's Professor of Irish, UCD Press Releases
- "BBC NEWS - UK - Politics - Profile: Dr David Kelly". bbc.co.uk.
- Garriganm, Mary (May 28, 2007). "Left Hand Bull to lead nation's Baha'is". Rapid City Journal. Retrieved November 9, 2012.
- Robert S. Abbott and the Chicago Defender: A Door to the Masses by Mark Perry, printed in the October 10th, 1995 issue of the Michigan Chronicle.
- Venters, Louis E., the III (2010). Most great reconstruction: The Baha'i Faith in Jim Crow South Carolina, 1898-1965 (Thesis). Colleges of Arts and Sciences University of South Carolina. ISBN 978-1-243-74175-2. UMI Number: 3402846.
- Whatever happened to the Double Crusade?, by Glenford Mitchell, Notable Talks., Bahai-Library.com, 10–05–1996
- In Memoriam, Published in Bahá'í World, Vol. XVIII: 1979-1983, by Hugh C. Locke
- "U.K. Bahá'í Heritage Site: A Memorial To Lady Blomfield". Archived from the original on 2008-09-07.
- "Dr Frederick D'Evelyn's life".
- "Baha'i Philately". bahai-library.com.
- Bureau of International Information Programs (23 December 2006). "U.S. Condemns Iran's Persecution of Bahai Religious Prisoner". U.S. Department of State. Retrieved 31 October 2006.
- "Tahirih Justice Center". tahirih.org.
- Cope, TA (Mar 2009). "Positive psychotherapy's theory of the capacity to know as explication of unconscious contents". Journal of Religious Health. 48 (1): 79–89. doi:10.1007/s10943-008-9225-7. PMID 19229628.
- Baha'i World, XV, 1968-73, pp. 476-78."In Memoriam; Hilda Yank Sing Yen 1905 - 1970" by Mildred Mottahedeh.
- "Lidia Zamenhof". bahai-library.com.
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