List of people from Hamilton, Ontario

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The following people were born in, residents of, or otherwise closely connected to the city of Hamilton, Ontario.

Arts[edit]

Architecture and design[edit]

Craft[edit]

Dance[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Florence Lawrence
Julia Arthur

Fine arts[edit]

Illusionists[edit]

Journalism and writing[edit]

Music[edit]

Neil Peart
Robert Stanley Weir

Radio[edit]

  • Richard Alway, former radio broadcast commentator, current and first lay President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of St. Michael's College[80]
  • Bob Bratina, radio personality, elected MP for Hamilton East-Stoney Creek, former City Councillor for Downtown Ward 2 and Mayor of Hamilton[81][82]
  • Roy Green, staple of the Hamilton radio scene[83]
  • Sue Prestedge, sports broadcaster, one of Canada's first and most influential female sports journalists. Now Program Coordinator of the Advanced Journalism program at Mohawk College.[84]

Theatre[edit]

  • Diane Dupuy, founder of the Famous People Players in 1974, a professional black light theatre company that combines music with characters that pay tribute to the music and artistry of famous people; the group was discovered by Liberace, who took them to Las Vegas to perform; they have been performing around the world ever since[85]
  • Sky Gilbert (1952– ), artistic director, actor, academic and drag performer; opened the Hammertheatre Company in January 2007 in Hamilton; the theatre is devoted to Gilbert's plays, which deal with issues of gender and sexuality[86][87]

Business[edit]

E. D. Smith
Harry Stinson

Education[edit]

  • Adelaide Hoodless (1858–1910), educational reformer who founded the international women's organization known as the Women's Institutes in 1897[40]

Law[edit]

Crime[edit]

Judges and lawyers[edit]

William W. Cooke

Military[edit]

Politics[edit]

James McMillan
Colin Campbell Ferrie
Thomas Bain

Religion[edit]

Science[edit]

Invention[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Sir William Osler

Sports[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Figure skating[edit]

  • Toller Cranston (1949–2015), figure skater who won the Olympic bronze medal in 1976[183]
  • Bryce Davison (1986– ), figure skater, competed in the pairs event with Jessica Dubé; member of the Hamilton Skating Club;[184] Davison and Dube were Canadian champions three times;they were world bronze medallists in 2008; they finished 6th at the Olympics and World Championships in 2010, their last competitive season
  • Wendy Griner (born 1944), figure skater

Football[edit]

Golf[edit]

Ice hockey[edit]

Syl Apps
Ken Dryden
Cecil "Babe" Dye

Running[edit]

Soccer[edit]

William Sherring

Thoroughbred horse racing[edit]

Chris Rogers with members of The Three Stooges

Hamilton is the birthplace of three jockeys in Thoroughbred horse racing whose success led to them being inducted in the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame:

Wrestling[edit]

Other sports[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

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