List of people from Kansas City, Missouri

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The list of people from Kansas City, Missouri is of notable individuals who were born in or have lived in the city. Notable residents of Kansas City, Missouri include these: cartoonists Walt Disney, Friz Freleng, and Ub Iwerks; musicians Count Basie, Melissa Etheridge, Eminem, and Tech N9ne; politicians Emanuel Cleaver and Tom Pendergast; actors Don Cheadle, Rob Riggle, Paul Rudd, and Jason Sudeikis; reporter Walter Cronkite; pilot Amelia Earhart; and writer Ernest Hemingway.

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  • Buck O'Neil – baseball player, scout, and coach; first African-American coach in the MLB; helped establish the Negro League Hall of Fame

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