List of Crimean Tatars
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A list of notable Crimean Tatars, in alphabetical order:
- Toğay bey, 17th-century military leader.
- Çetin Altan, journalist and former parliamentarian.
- Melek Amet, fashion model.
- Reşat Amet, activist for ethnic Tatar causes, Crimean Tatar hero.
- Cüneyt Arkın, film actor, producer and director.
- Murat Bardakçı, journalist.
- Emin Bektóre, Dobrujan-born folklorist, ethnographer, lyricist, and activist for ethnic Tatar causes.
- Usein Bodaninsky
- Şahip Bolat Abdurrahim, Mufti of Constanta County.
- Noman Çelebicihan, politician, lawyer and writer.
- Bekir Çoban-zade, poet and professor.
- Refat Çubarov, politician.
- Cengiz Dağcı, novelist and poet.
- Server Djeparov, professional soccer player.
- Emel Emin, poet, translator, Turkologist, and educator
- Ismail Gasprinski, publisher, politician and intellectual.
- Orhan Gencebay, musician.
- Necip Hablemitoğlu, historian.
- Yusuf Isa Halim, poet, schoolteacher, linguist
- Sîdîk Ibrahim H. Mîrzî, Mufti of Romania.
- Ersan İlyasova, professional basketball player.
- Halil İnalcık, historian.
- Enver İzmaylov, folk and jazz musician.
- Refiyîk Kadír, officer, hero of the Romanian Army.
- Kemal Karpat, historian.
- Rustem Kazakov, former Olympic champion wrestler.
- Mustafa Edige Kirimal, historian and politician.
- Ahmed İhsan Kırımlı, politician, poet and philanthropist.
- Ulaş Mangıtlı, cartoonist and illustrator.
- İlhan Mansız, former professional soccer player.
- Adnan Menderes, first democratically elected Prime Minister of Turkey
- Aziz Nesin, writer and humorist.
- Memet Niyaziy (Mehmet Niyazi), poet, journalist, academic and activist.
- Ahmet Nurmambet, Dobrujan-born officer who had a brilliant career in the Romanian Army.
- Kadriye Nurmambet, Dobrujan-born traditional folk singer and folklorist known as The Nightingale of Dobruja.
- İlber Ortaylı, historian.
- Mustafa Abdülcemil Qırımoğlu, politician.
- Amet-Han Sultan, fighter pilot, test pilot.
- Septar Mehmet Yakub, lawyer, thinker, Mufti of Romania.