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The following list sets down the name of each member of the Baháʼí Faith who is the subject of a Wikipedia article. For another index of individual Baháʼís with Wikipedia articles, see Category:Bahá'ís by nationality.
Family of Baháʼu'lláh
- Malietoa Tanumafili II (r. 1962-2007) - chieftain of the government of Samoa.
- Marie of Romania (r. 1914-1927) - queen of Romania.
- 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
- Randy Armstrong - American musician and composer
- 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
- Hazel Scott- American pianist and activist
- 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[dead link]
- Tom Price - conductor, composer and producer
- Flora Purim - Brazilian American jazz singer
- 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
- J. B. Eckl- songwriter, producer, recording artist
- Ryan Abeo - American singer/songwriter from Kentucky who performs under the moniker RA Scion.
- 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
- Phil Lucas - Native American filmmaker
- Harold Lee Tichenor - film producer
- Penn Badgley (Gossip Girl, You)
- Justin Baldoni (Everwood, Jane the Virgin)
- 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
- Jeremy Iversen - actor and 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
- Julie Mitchum - American Actress
- 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 Baháʼí Arc, House of Worship of Samoa)
- Louis Bourgeois (House of Worship of Wilmette)
- Siamak Hariri (Baháʼí Temple of South America, House of Worship of South America)
- William Sutherland Maxwell (Central Tower of the Château Frontenac; he was also a Hand of the Cause)
- Fariborz Sahba (Lotus Temple, terrace gardens of Haifa)
- Burl Barer - true crime genre specializing, author of The Saint, as well as Baháʼí 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
- Rod Duncan - author of the Gaslight series
- 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
- Guy Murchie - philosopher, scientific writer, aviator
- Bahiyyih Nakhjavani - Iranian writer
- Arvid Nelson - comic book writer, creator of Rex Mundi
- Margaret Bloodgood Peeke - traveler, lecturer, author
- Wellesley Tudor Pole - British writer
- Jeffrey Reddick - creator of the Final Destination series
- Holiday Reinhorn - writer
- Gholamreza Rouhani - poet and satirist[better source needed]
- William Sears - author of multiple books, an Emmy award-winning sportscaster, and host of a children's television program "In the Park."
- Adib Taherzadeh - literary historian of Baha'i sacred texts
- Alice Pike Barney - portrait artist
- Laura Clifford Barney - philanthropist
- Hussein Bikar - Egyptian painter
- Amelia Collins - philanthropist
- Sky Glabush - Painter
- Bernard Leach - potter
- 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
- Mishkín-Qalam - calligrapher
- Otto Rogers - Painter
- Juliet Thompson - portrait artist
- Mark Tobey - painter
- Gwen Wakeling - Academy Award-winning Hollywood costume designer
- 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
- Matthew W. Bullock - American footballer
- Khalil Greene - shortstop for the Texas Rangers
- David Krummenacker - Track & Field World Champion in 800m in 2003, NCAA Champion (Georgia Tech) 1997, 1998
- Pellom McDaniels - NFL Defensive End for the Kansas City Chiefs, Atlanta Falcons, Birmingham Fire (1991-2000)
- Luke McPharlin - Australian footballer for the Fremantle Dockers
- Thornton Chase - first Baháʼí of the West, was a businessman when he joined the religion in 1894/5.
- Mildred Mottahedeh - founder of Mottahedeh & Company
- Steve Sarowitz (born 1965/1966), American billionaire, founder of Paylocity
- Zhang Xin and Pan Shiyi - famous Chinese business couple
- Zia Mody - Indian corporate lawyer and businesswoman.
- Dwight W. Allen - professor, author, education reformer, consultant and advisor to UNESCO and the World Bank Group
- Alessandro Bausani - a leading Islamic studies scholar in Italy, professor Naples, Rome
- Ali Murad Davudi - Tehran University professor who disappeared in 1979
- Donna Denizé - American poet and award-winning teacher
- Phoebe Hearst - first woman Regent of the University of California
- Auguste-Henri Forel - Swiss myrmecologist, neuroanatomist and psychiatrist
- ʻAlí-Akbar Furútan - Prominent Iranian educator, administered the Tarbiyat School for Boys. Hand of the Cause.
- Jagdish Gandhi - founder of City Montessori School, Lucknow, India
- Firuz Kazemzadeh - historian, member of the National Spiritual Assembly
- Patricia Locke - Lakota Native American educator
- Dr. Pellom McDaniels - professor, researcher, inventor, author, historian, curator at Emory University and the University of Missouri at Kansas City. Founder of Arts For Smarts Foundation.
- Joseph Watson - Professor of Modern Irish at University College Dublin
- Robert Sengstacke Abbott - lawyer and newspaper publisher, one of the first self-made African American millionaires of the United States.
- David Kelly - former employee of the UK Ministry of Defence (MoD)
- Dorothy Wright Nelson - Senior Judge on the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals; former dean, University of Southern California Gould School of Law
- Jacqueline Left Hand Bull - Indian Health care policy administrator
- Layli Miller-Muro - Executive Director of the Tahirih Justice Center
- Payam Akhavan - prosecutor for United Nations tribunals and law professor
- 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.
Scholars (of Baháʼí history, Baháʼí theology, apologetics, etc.)
- Udo Schaefer - A German lawyer and prolific author, specialising in Baháʼí apologetics and theology, notably ethics.
- Moojan Momen - historian specializing in Baháʼí history and theology
- Peter Smith - historian and sociologist, author of a much-cited academic study of Baháʼí history, The Babi and Bahaʼi Religions: From Messianic Shiʻism to a World Religion.
- Franklin Lewis - author and translator in Iranian studies, who has also published literary analyses of the works of the Báb and Baháʼu'lláh.
- Robert Stockman - historian, theologian, apologist and biographer, noted especially for works on the Baháʼí community in North America.
- Mírzá Abu'l-Faḍl - (Persian language: ميرزا أبوالفضل), or Mírzá Abu'l-Faḍl-i-Gulpáygání (1844–1914) - was the foremost Baháʼí scholar who helped spread the Baháʼí Faith in Egypt, Turkmenistan, and the United States. He is one of the few Apostles of Baháʼu'lláh who never actually met Baháʼu'lláh.
- ʻAbdu'l-Hamíd Ishráq-Khávari - (1902 – 1972) was a prominent Iranian Baháʼí scholar. He became a Baháʼí in 1927. He was a teacher in one of the Baháʼí schools in Iran, until the schools were closed in 1934. He prepared many compilations of Bahá'í writings, commentaries, apologetic works, and historic studies.
- Ali Murad Davudi - (1922–1979?) was an Iranian Baháʼí who was a member of the national governing body of the Baháʼís in Iran. He was a professor at Tehran University in the philosophy department. In 1979, during a wave of persecution toward Baháʼís, he was kidnapped and has been presumed a victim of state execution.
- Phoebe Hearst - prominent American philanthropist, feminist and suffragist
- Leonora Armstrong - international traveler
- Richard St. Barbe Baker - English environmentalist
- Lady Blomfield - early Irish-British Baháʼí, and a supporter of the rights of children and women
- Dr Frederick D'Evelyn - first Irish-born Baháʼí
- Nelson Évora
- Constance Langdon-Davies
- Dhabihu'llah Mahrami - wrongfully accused Iranian Baháʼí, found dead in his cell in 2005
- Antony Moynihan, 3rd Baron Moynihan - British hereditary peer
- Nossrat Peseschkian - psychiatrist, psychotherapist; founder of Positive Psychotherapy
- Hilda Yen - internationalist, diplomat, aviator
- Lidia Zamenhof - daughter of L. L. Zamenhof, inventor of Esperanto
- Nasim Najafi Aghdam - vegan activist and animal lover, perpetrator of Youtube headquarter shooting
- Mahmud Jamal - Canadian lawyer and judge, member of the Supreme Court of Canada
- List of Apostles of Baháʼu'lláh
- List of the Hands of the Cause of God
- List of the Knights of Baháʼu'lláh
- List of former Baháʼís
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- Details published in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer
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- "9 Star Media - The Best In Baha'i Inspired Media". 9 Star Media. Retrieved 2020-12-06.
- Infantry, Ashante (7 June 2008). "Cindy Blackman's got the beat". Toronto Star. Archived from the original on 8 June 2008. Retrieved 7 June 2008.
- Official Website statement of faith Archived 2011-07-14 at the Wayback Machine
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- "The Changing Face of Cantopop: Khalil Fong". Time Out Hong Kong. Archived from the original on 2016-03-05. Retrieved 2015-09-23.
- "Hazel Scott: A Woman, a Piano, and a Commitment to Social Justice".
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- Baháʼí Community of Canada, Canadian Baháʼís > In the News > Jack Lenz Archived 2004-11-07 at the Wayback Machine
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- "Spirited choir wins encores". bahai.org. Archived from the original on 2007-05-26. Retrieved 2008-09-20.
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- "Penn Badgley talks Baha'i faith and religious discrimination". Page Six. 2018-10-23. Archived from the original on 2018-10-26. Retrieved 2018-10-25.
- Mail Tribune The 'Daze' of his life Archived 2006-10-11 at the Wayback Machine
- 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. Archived from the original on 2007-11-26. Retrieved 2007-12-27.
- In The Arena With Omid Djalili Archived 2008-02-14 at the Wayback Machine By Darius Kadivar, Payvand's Iran News, 3/12/07
- The Associated Press (30 December 2000). "Bahai faith teaches universal acceptance of God". Archived from the original on 21 August 2007. Retrieved 27 December 2007.
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- The Baháʼí World 1940-1944 pp.635. Baháʼí Publishing Trust, Wilmette.
- Comedian wins major award Archived 2011-05-26 at the Wayback Machine London, United Kingdom, 25 May 2004 (BWNS)
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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.
- Baháʼí community of Canada. "Hossein Amanat". Archived from the original on 2004-10-27. Retrieved 29 April 2007.
- Canadian Baha'i Community: Louis Bourgeois Archived 2004-10-27 at the Wayback Machine
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- Burl Barer, Brilliant Author Archived 2006-12-18 at the Wayback Machine author's blog
- André Brugiroux Archived 2001-04-17 at the Wayback Machine 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". Archived from the original on 2008-05-16. Retrieved 2010-07-02.
- reprint of open letter to fellow students on conversion Archived 2007-04-06 at the Wayback Machine Pamphlet copyright 1965, National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States of America, Baha'i Publishing Trust, Wilmette, Illinois
- Robert Hayden Archived 2010-09-18 at the Wayback Machine 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 Archived 2014-07-04 at the Wayback Machine, by Dr. Christopher Buck, Studies in Bábí and Baháʼí Religions, Vol 18, Anthony E. Lee General Editor, p.64 - ISBN 978-1-890688-38-7
- I am a Baháʼí Archived 2010-10-06 at the Wayback Machine 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. Archived from the original on 15 April 2009. 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.
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- Lady Blomfield (1 October 2006). "The Chosen Highway". Baha'i Publishing Trust Wilmette, Illinois. Archived from the original on 18 September 2010. Retrieved 1 October 2006.
- "Holiday Reinhorn". Why Baha'i. National Spiritual Assembly of the Baha'is of the United States. October 1, 2009. Archived from the original on March 25, 2010. Retrieved 2010-07-07.
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- Adib Taherzadeh, member of the Universal House of Justice, passes away Archived 2005-04-29 at the Wayback Machine 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 Archived 2008-01-05 at the Wayback Machine by Gihan Shahine, Al-Ahram Weekly
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- Weinberg, Robert (ed.) (1999). Spinning the Clay into Stars: Bernard Leach and the Baháʼí Faith, pp. 21 & 29. George Ronald, Oxford. ISBN 0-85398-440-9
- Anis Mojgani Bio[permanent dead link]
- Sultan of surf, baron of boogie (Apr 06) Archived 2008-02-14 at the Wayback Machine
- Selected profiles of African-American Baháʼís Archived 2007-10-09 at the Wayback Machine
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- "Top sportsmen find support in faith". bahai.org. Archived from the original on 2011-05-26. Retrieved 2007-12-28.
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