List of Lebanese Americans

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Lebanese Americans
Total population
504,000 (ancestry unknown)
0.16% of total population (2007)[1]
Regions with significant populations
Michigan, California, New York, Florida, Ohio, Massachusetts, Texas,[2] Illinois, Pennsylvania, Arizona, New Jersey, Washington
Languages
American English, Arabic, Aramaic, French, and Armenian
Religion
Predominantly Christianity (mostly Catholic), with minorities of Islam and Judaism

This is a list of notable individuals born in the United States of Lebanese ancestry and/or people of Lebanese and American dual nationality who live or resided in the United States.

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Beauty pageant contestants[edit]

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Education and academics[edit]

  • Charbel Farhat – Chair of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Stanford University; member of National Academy of Engineering
  • Joseph Aoun – president of Northeastern University
  • Robert Khayat – chancellor of the University of Mississippi

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Medicine[edit]

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Politics[edit]

Activists[edit]

Politicians[edit]

Other personalities[edit]

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Sports[edit]

Athletes[edit]

World Series of Poker Champions[edit]

Writers[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Every Culture – Lebanese American
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