List of Aromanians
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- Constantin Belimace (1848–1932), Romanian poet, born in Bitola.
- Jovan Četirević Grabovan (1720–1790), Serbian Orthodox icon painter.
- Stere Gulea (born 1943), Romanian filmmaker. Greek-Aromanian parentage.
- Yanaki and Milton Manaki (1878–1954; 1882–1964), photography and cinema pioneers, born in Avdella.
- Branislav Nušić (1864–1938), Serbian novelist and playwright. Greek-Aromanian father.
- Jovan Sterija Popović, Serbian writer. Father of Greek-Aromanian descent.
- Constantin Noica (1909–1987), Romanian philosopher, essayist and poet.
- Nuși Tulliu (1872–1941), Romanian poet and novelist, born in Avdella.
- Camil Ressu (1880–1962), Romanian painter.
- Florica Prevenda, Romanian painter.
- Alexandru Arsinel, Romanian actor and comedian.
- Toma Caragiu (born 1925), Romanian actor, born in Argos Orestiko.
- Taško Načić (1934–1993), Serbian actor. Paternal Aromanian descent.
- Dan Piţa, Romanian filmmaker.
- Sandër Prosi (1920–1985), Albanian actor.
- Sergiu Nicolaescu (1930–2013), Romanian filmmaker and politician. Aromanian family.
- Ion Luca Caragiale, Romanian writer, poet, theater manager, political commentator and journalist
- Elena Gheorghe, Romanian singer.
- Toše Proeski, Macedonian pop singer-songwriter. Family from Kruševo.
Law, philanthropy and commerce
- George Averoff (1818–1899), Greek businessman and philanthropist, born in Metsovo.
- Georgios Sinas (1783–1856), Habsburg-Greek entrepreneur, banker and philanthropist, born in Moscopole. Father of philanthropist Simon Sinas (1810–1876). Possibly Greek-Aromanian.
- Emanoil Gojdu (1802–1870), Austrian-Romanian lawyer and philanthropist. Moscopole family.
- Mocioni family (19th c.), banking and philanthropist family in Austria-Hungary
- Petar Ičko (c. 1755–1808), merchant, Ottoman and later Serbian diplomat, born in Pyrgoi. Possibly Aromanian.
- Sterjo Nakov (1948-), businessman
- Joachim III of Constantinople (1834–1912), Patriarch (1878–84, 1901–12). Family from Kruševo.
- Theodore Kavalliotis (1718–1789), Greek Orthodox priest, teacher and Englightener.
- Andrei Șaguna, Romanian Orthodox bishop and Romanian nationalist. Family from Grabovë.
- Evangelos Averoff, Greek minister and leader of the New Democracy party
- Nicolae Constantin Batzaria (1874-1952), Macedonian-born Aromanian cultural activist, Ottoman statesman and Romanian writer.
- Costică Canacheu, Romanian politician, deputy in the Romanian Parliament, secretary of the Democratic Party
- Ion Caramitru, Romanian politician, former Minister of Culture
- Alcibiades Diamandi, political figure of Greece, one member of the committee who sent letters asking for an autonomous Vlach statelet in 1917 under Italian protection (later called Principality of Pindus) and during the Second World War leader of the Vlach "Roman Legion", an organization who helped the Italian army during the occupation of Greece
- Michael Dukakis, American Governor of Massachusetts and former presidential candidate. Greek-Aromanian mother.
- Taki Fiti (born 1950), R. Macedonian economist and former state financial minister
- Dan Stoenescu, Romanian diplomat and Minister for Romanians Abroad
- Ştefan Octavian Iosif, Romanian author
- Ioannis Kolettis, Greek Prime Minister, declared independence from the Ottoman Empire
- Apostol Mărgărit, leader of the pro-Romanian faction of the Aromanians of Greece, inspector of the Romanian schools and member of the Romanian Academy in Bucharest
- Nicolaos Matussis, politician and lawyer, leader of the collaborationist Roman Legion (1941–43)
Sciences, academia and engineering
- Elie Carafoli, Romanian-educated, born in Greece, aerodynamics innovator, university teacher
- Jovan Karamata (1902–1967), Serbian mathematician, paternal Greek-Aromanian descent
- Mina Minovici, Romanian forensic scientist; director of the first Romanian Institute of Legal Medicine; founder of the modern medico-legal system
- Sterie Diamandi, Romanian biographer and essayist
- Neagu Djuvara, Romanian diplomat and historian
- George Murnu, Romanian historian
- Daniel Moscopolites, Greek philologist, author of famous lexicon
- Gigi Becali, politician; owner of the Steaua Bucureşti football club
- Cristian Gaţu, Romanian handball player
- Gheorghe Hagi, Romanian football player
- Simona Halep, tennis player from Romania, 2008 Roland Garros junior champion
- Dominique Moceanu, Romanian-American gymnast
- Konda Bimbaša (ca. 1770–1813), Serbian revolutionary, born in Epirus. Possibly Greek-Aromanian.
- Pitu Guli (1865–1903), IMRO commander, born in Kruševo.
- Mitre the Vlach, IMRO commander, born in Makrochori.
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