List of people from Phoenix

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This is a list of notable past and present residents of the U.S. city of Phoenix, Arizona, and its surrounding metropolitan area. For people whose only connection with the city is attending the nearby Arizona State University, see: List of Arizona State University alumni.

Arts[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Muhammad Ali in 1967
Jerry Colangelo
Randy Johnson joins 300 win club
Cristie Kerr at the 2009 Women's British Open
Danica Patrick - 2010
Corporal Patrick Tillman

Business[edit]

Cindy McCain in 2008

Literature[edit]

Stephenie Meyer by Gage Skidmore

Movies/television/media[edit]

Barbara Eden as Jeannie. A variation of famous "Jeannie Costume" seen only in the pilot episode.
Emma Stone, 2014

Music[edit]

Alice Cooper performing in 2012
Stevie Nicks on tour in 2008
Jordin Sparks in 2009

Politics[edit]

Barry Goldwater - 1962
John McCain official portrait - 2009

Miscellaneous[edit]

References[edit]

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