List of redheads
This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (November 2012)
This list includes people with natural red hair. Red or ginger hair may come in a variety of shades - from strawberry blond to auburn. With only 2% of the population having red hair, red is the rarest natural hair-coloration. The list includes people who have dyed their red hair into another colour or whose red hair has gone grey with age, but excludes people with hair dyed red (such as Tori Amos, Amanda Blake, David Bowie, Ann-Margret, Lucille Ball, Rita Hayworth, Debby Ryan, and Sophie Turner). Figures from the Bible (such as Esau or Judas Iscariot) or from classical mythology appear in the list, which however excludes characters from modern fiction such as Anne of Green Gables or Ginger Hebblethwaite.
- Abd al-Rahman I - First Emir of Cordoba
- Abdullah of Córdoba - Seventh Emir of Cordoba
- Al-Nu'man III ibn al-Mundhir - Last Lakhmid king of Al-Hirah
- Alexander II of Scotland – King of Scotland
- Sasha Alexander – Actress
- Canelo Álvarez – Boxer
- Lauren Ambrose – Actress
- Jane Asher – Actress
- Red Auerbach – Basketball coach who won eight straight NBA Championships and was the first coach to win 1,000 games
- Melissa Auf der Maur – Musician
- Stine Ballisager Pedersen — Danish footballer
- Marina Ruy Barbosa – Brazilian Model and actress
- Annalise Basso – American actress
- Bob Backlund - American pro wrestler
- Helena Barlow - English actress
- Mario Batali – Chef
- Ciara Baxendale – English actress
- Boris Becker – Tennis player
- Brian Byrne – Canadian singer and songwriter
- Jordie Benn – Professional Canadian ice-hockey player, as of 2021[update] signed to play for NHL-based team, Minnesota Wild
- Saint Bernard of Clairvaux – 11th–12th-century Cistercian saint and a Catholic Doctor of the Church
- Caitlin Blackwood – Northern Irish actress
- Brendan Bracken - British Minister of Information from 1941 to 1945.: 222
- Danny Bonaduce – radio and television personality, former child actor, and pro wrestler
- Anne Bonny – Irish pirate
- Katharina von Bora – wife of Martin Luther and former nun
- Boudicca – Queen of the Iceni, destroyed Roman Londinium
- Isabelle Boulay – Singer
- Clara Bow – Jazz Age actress and Hollywood movie star. She had thick auburn hair dyed 'a flaming orange-red"
- Saint Brigid – 5th–6th-century Patron Saint of Ireland
- Louise Burfitt-Dons - Former politician
- Carol Burnett – Actress, comedian, singer, and writer
- Lucy Burns – Suffragist
- Louis C.K. – Actor and comedian
- James Cagney – Actor
- The Undertaker (Mark Calaway) – Professional wrestler
- Darby Camp – Actress
- William Campbell (missionary)
- Francesca Capaldi – American actress
- Spike Carlyle – American mixed martial artist (MMA)
- Carrot Top – Comedian
- David Caruso – Actor
- Anna Cathcart – Actress
- Catherine of Aragon – Queen Consort of England, daughter of Isabella I 
- Jessica Chastain – Actress
- Winston Churchill – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and author
- Nicky Clarke – Celebrity hairdresser
- Lily Cole – Actress and model
- Christopher Columbus – Explorer, first recorded European navigator to arrive in the West Indies
- Robin Cook – Politician
- Danny Cooksey – Actor and musician
- Calvin Coolidge – U.S. President
- Adrienne Corri – Actress
- Oliver Cromwell – English general and statesman
- Abigail Cowen – Actress
- Andy Dalton – NFL quarterback
- Leonardo da Vinci – Italian polymath
- Charles Dance – Actor
- Arthur Darvill — English actor
- Sam Darnold – NFL quarterback
- David – Biblical king of Israel
- Felicia Day – Actress, writer, director, violinist, and singer
- Kevin De Bruyne – Belgian footballer; plays in national teams; and with Manchester City F.C. since 2015, and continuing there as of 2022[update]
- Juan Ponce de León – Spanish explorer
- Marquis de Sade – French politician
- Cintia Dicker – Brazilian model, actress and philanthropist
- Saint Dominic de Guzman – Founder of the Dominican Order
- Izzat Ibrahim al-Douri – Vice President of Iraq
- André van Duin – Dutch comedian, actor, singer-songwriter, author, television presenter, television director, television producer and screenwriter.
- Cody Eakin - Canadian ice hockey player
- Dale Earnhardt Jr.- American race car driver
- Katja Ebstein - German singer
- Edward VI – King of England
- Danny Elfman – Composer and singer
- Elizabeth I – Queen of England
- Elizabeth of York – Queen Consort of England
- Karen Elson – British model
- Erik the Red – Eiríkr Thorvaldsson, the Viking coloniser of Greenland, known also as Eirik Raude
- Esau – Biblical figure, also known as Edom, meaning red; twin of Jacob
- Angie Everhart – Actress and model
- Michael Fassbender - Actor
- Sarah Ferguson – Duchess of York
- Isla Fisher – Actress
- Noel Fisher – Actor
- Kate Flannery - Actress
- Redd Foxx – Comedian; also known as "Chicago Red" In Harlem, he worked with and befriended Malcolm X; both men were described as "having reddish hair"; Malcolm X was nicknamed "Detroit Red" in this period.
- Diane Franklin – Actress
- Frederick I, Holy Roman Emperor – nicknamed "Barbarossa", meaning Redbeard
- Lynnette "Squeaky" Fromme – Notorious member of the Manson Family who tried to assassinate President Ford
- Jessica Gagen - English beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss England 2022
- Courtney Gains - Actor
- Galileo Galilei - Italian astronomer
- James A. Garfield − 20th President of the United States
- Orla Gartland – Irish singer-songwriter
- John Paul Getty III – Heir to a great fortune; known for being kidnapped
- Karen Gillan – Actress
- Julia Gillard – 27th prime minister of Australia
- Claude Giroux - Canadian ice hockey player
- Brendan Gleeson — Irish actor
- Domhnall Gleeson — Irish actor
- Alexina Graham - English model
- Red Grammer – Singer-songwriter; especially for children
- Liam Gray – Documentary producer and artist
- Seth Green – Actor and comedian
- Rupert Grint – Actor
- Guinevere – Queen consort to King Arthur (hair colour sometimes described as "a very light strawberry-blonde")
- Martin Guptill – International cricketer
- Nell Gwynne – Actress and courtesan
- Ursula Halligan – Broadcaster
- Tarja Halonen – the 11th President of Finland
- Alexander Hamilton – 1st US Secretary of the Treasury, Founding Father
- John Hancock - President of the 2nd Continental Congress and first signer of the Declaration of Independence
- Pauline Hanson − Politician
- Prince Harry – Soldier, son of Charles III and Diana, Princess of Wales; grandson of Elizabeth II
- Carter Heaton - Baddie
- Lucas Hedges – Actor
- Henry II – King of England
- Henry VIII – King of England
- Hera Hilmar – Actress
- Chris Hipkins – 41st Prime Minister of New Zealand 
- James Hoban – Designer of the White House.: 78
- Lauren Holly – Actress
- Bryce Dallas Howard – Actress
- Ron Howard – Actor and director
- Chlöe Howl – Singer-songwriter
- L. Ron Hubbard – Science fiction writer and founder of the Church of Scientology
- Mick Hucknall – Lead singer of Simply Red
- Karoline Herfurth – Actress
- Isabella I – Queen of Spain
- Ismail I – King of Persia
- Gianni Infantino – President of FIFA
- Muhammad Ibn Ismail VI - Tenth sultan of the Emirate of Granada
- Andrew Jackson – U.S. general and president.
- Laurence Jalbert – Singer
- James VI and I – King of Scotland, and later, concurrently, King of England. Longest reigning king of Scotland in history
- Thomas Jefferson – 3rd President of the United States
- Neil Jenkins – All-time record points scorer for the Welsh Rugby Union national team
- James Joyce – Author
- Juana of Castile – Heiress to the House of Trastámara, also known as "Juana la Loca" or "Joanna the Mad"
- Madeline Kahn – Broadway star, actress, and comedienne
- Lena Katina – Russian singer/songwriter; former member of t.A.T.u.
- Luke Kelly – Singer-songwriter; member of The Dubliners
- Erin Kellyman - English actress
- Ellie Kemper – Actress and comedy writer
- Phil Kessel – professional ice-hockey player, NHL Pittsburgh Penguins
- Joe Kennedy III – Politician
- Nicole Kidman - Actress
- King Krule - Singer-songwriter
- Neil Kinnock – Leader of the Labour Party
- Lettice Knollys – Duchess of Leicester and lady-in-waiting to Queen Elizabeth I 
- Kennedy McMann - American actress
- Alexi Lalas - American soccer analyst and retired player
- William Lamport - Adventurer and the inspiration for Zorro.: 44
- Lillie Langtry – Actress
- Tommi Läntinen – Singer-songwriter
- Jeff Larentowicz - American soccer player
- Rod Laver – Australian tennis player; holds all-time record for singles titles
- Rachelle Lefevre – Actress
- D. H. Lawrence – Author
- Laurel Lawson – Dancer, choreographer, engineer, sled(ge) hockey player (natural redhead)
- Vladimir Lenin – Bolshevik leader, founder of the USSR
- Rula Lenska – Actress
- Rose Leslie – Actress
- Damian Lewis – Actor
- Robyn Lively – Actress
- Lindsay Lohan – American actress and singer
- Tina Louise – Actress
- Myrna Loy – Actress
- Monique Luiz - Girl featured in the Daisy ad. 
- Kitty Lunn – Wheelchair ballerina and disability activist
- Sophia Lillis – Actress
- Rob Roy MacGregor – Famous highlander, derives his name from Scottish Gaelic word for "red"
- Aoife Mannion - Irish footballer
- Nico Manion – Professional basketball player
- St Mary Magdalene – Biblical figure traditionally portrayed with red hair
- Shirley Manson – Musician and actress
- Kate Mara – Actress
- Henri Matisse – Impressionist painter
- Jayma Mays – Actress
- Ginger McCain – Horse racing trainer with the most Grand National wins ever
- Dax McCarty – American soccer player
- Craig McDermott – Cricketer and coach
- Lanny McDonald – hockey player
- Gates McFadden – Actress
- Ewan McGregor – Actor
- Mark McGwire – Baseball player
- Barbara Meier – German Model
- Dash Mihok – Actor
- Julianne Moore – Actress
- Jon Moxley – Professional Wrestler
- Barbara Murray – Actress
- Dave Mustaine – Guitarist and vocalist for Megadeth
- Gordon Murphy – Bowler
- Diane Neal - Actress, model
- Willie Nelson – Singer-songwriter; known as the Red Headed Stranger
- Nero – Roman emperor
- Michel Ney – Napoleonic general known as le rougeaud
- Alexei Romanov – Tsarevich of Russia: 144
- Chuck Norris – Actor and martial artist
- Conan O'Brien – Comedian
- Michaela Odone – co-inventor of Lorenzo's oil.
- Red Hugh O'Donnell – King of Tír Chonaill who led a rebellion against English Rule in Ireland during the reign of Elizabeth I
- Catherine O'Hara - Actress
- Maureen O'Hara – Known as "The Queen of Technicolor" for her bright-red hair and green eyes
- Otto II – Holy Roman Emperor known as "Rufus" and also "Bloody"
- Silvina Ocampo – Argentine poet and short story writer
- Robert Peel − Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
- Cassandra Peterson – Actress; known for her stage persona Elvira, Mistress of the Dark
- Madelaine Petsch – Actress
- Sylvia Plath – Author and poet
- Shaun Pollock − Cricketer and sportscaster
- Scarlett Pomers - Actress
- Ezra Pound – Poet
- Laura Prepon – Actress
- Molly Quinn – Actress
- Muqan Qaghan - Third khagan of the Göktürks who expanded their khaganate.
- Charlotte Rae – Actress
- Yitzhak Rabin - Israeli Prime Minister
- Sarah Rafferty – Actress
- Bonnie Raitt – Blues musician
- Rameses II – Pharaoh
- Bridget Regan – Actress
- Marissa Ribisi – Actress
- Richard the Lionheart – King of England, leader of the Third Crusade
- Holland Roden – Actress
- Tatiana Romanov – Grand Duchess of Russia: 133 
- Axl Rose – Lead singer of Guns N' Roses
- Mark Rolston − Actor
- Ashleigh Ross – Australian actress
- Marion Ross – Actress
- William Rufus – King of England
- Rurik – Viking founder of Rurik Dynasty in Russia
- Margaret Sanger – Advocate for birth control
- Innokenty Smoktunovsky - Actor
- Sadie Sink - Actress
- Susan Sarandon – Actress
- Adam Savage – Special effects designer and television personality
- Brian Scalabrine – Former NBA player/champion. 
- Hannie Schaft - Dutch resistance member
- Ulrich Schindler
- Mike Schmidt - Baseball Hall of Fame 1995 Inductee
- Paul Scholes - English footballer
- Patti Scialfa – Singer and guitarist; E Street Band member
- Moira Shearer - Scottish ballerina and actress; star of Powell and Pressburger's The Red Shoes
- Ed Sheeran – Singer and songwriter
- George Bernard Shaw – Author and playwright
- Sheamus – Professional wrestler
- William Tecumseh Sherman – Union Army general in the American Civil War
- Renee Short – Politician
- Elizabeth Siddal – Artists' model and poet associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood
- Beverly Sills – Opera singer
- Jannik Sinner- Italian tennis player
- Sissy Spacek – Actress
- Vivian Stanshall – Singer
- Bram Stoker – Irish author, best known for the 1897 Gothic horror novel Dracula
- Eric Stoltz – American actor, director and producer
- Sarah Snook – Actress
- Nicoline Sørensen — Danish footballer
- William Howard Taft – 27th President of the United States
- Catherine Tate – Actress and comedian
- Corey Taylor – Singer-songwriter
- Margaret Thatcher – Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
- Mark Twain – Author
- Martin Van Buren – 8th U.S. president known as the "Red Fox of Kinderhook"
- Vincent van Gogh – Artist
- Paul Vautin − Rugby league player and sportscaster
- André Villas-Boas – Portuguese football player and manager, known in his youth as Cenourinho ('baby carrot')
- Antonio Vivaldi – Composer, known as il prete rosso ('the red priest')
- Bill Walton - Basketball player and commentator.
- Zack Ward - Actor
- George Washington – First U.S. president and General
- Florence Welch - Singer
- Margot Werner - Ballerina
- Samantha Weinstein - Actress
- Carson Wentz - NFL Quarterback
- Shaun White – Professional snowboarder and skateboarder, known as The Flying Tomato
- Gene Wilder - Actor
- Mary Wiseman - Actress
- Ellen Wilkinson – Socialist minister known as "Red Ellen"
- Alicia Witt – Actress
- James Wolfe – Soldier
- Tom Wolfe – Author
- Bonnie Wright – Actress
- Malcolm X - African-American Muslim minister and human rights activist. In 1940s Harlem, where he worked with and befriended Red Foxx, he had the nickname "Detroit Red" to distinguish him from Foxx, known as "Chicago Red"; both men were described as "having reddish hair".
- Amy Yasbeck - Actress
- Thom Yorke - Singer
- Brigham Young – Religious leader
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