List of redheads

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Elizabeth I circa 1546, when she was still a princess
Prince Harry, fifth in line to the British throne
Vincent van Gogh painted himself in Paris in 1887

This is a list of notable people with natural red hair. Red or ginger hair may come in a variety of shades from strawberry blond to auburn.[1] With only 2% of the population having red hair,[2] it is the rarest natural hair colour.[1]

People who dyed their red hair into another colour or who went grey with age are included, but people with hair dyed red, such as David Bowie, Lucille Ball, Rita Hayworth, Debby Ryan, and Sophie Turner are not.

Figures from the Bible or classical mythology, such as Esau or Judas Iscariot, are included. Characters from modern fiction such as Anne of Green Gables or Ginger Hebblethwaite are not.

The term 'Redhead' is also popularized by the American Archie comics where the titular main character, teenager Archie Andrews, has red hair and a Scottish family background. He is often addressed as 'redhead' or 'redheaded junk' by his archrival Reggie Mantle.

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  4. ^ Paris, Matthew (1991), Scottish annals from English chroniclers A.D.500 to 1286, [King John] taunted King Alexander, and because he was red-headed, sent word to him, saying, 'so shall we hunt the red fox-cub from his lairs' 
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  11. ^ Heller, Karl (1997), Antonio Vivaldi: The Red Priest of Venice, p. 269, ISBN 1574670158, Abbe Vivaldi, who is called il prete rosso (the red priest) because of his red hair. 
  12. ^ Wall, Mick (2008), W. Axl Rose: The Unauthorized Biography, p. 33, ISBN 0330448560, the oddball with red hair who studied 'sissy' piano 
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  21. ^ Wade, Mary Dodson (2007), Christopher Columbus: Famous Explorer, p. 1507, No pictures of Columbus were painted during his life. People who knew him said he was tall with a long nose, red hair, and light-colored eyes. His hair turned completely white by the time he was 30 years old. 
  22. ^ "Cintia Dicker". ReebokClub.com.br (in Portuguese). March 16, 2012. Retrieved March 16, 2016. Redheaded a natural red, with green eyes, freckles on her face and girlish, Cintia Dicker conquered space in the competitive world of supermodels. 
  23. ^ Stenn, David (1988), Clara Bow: Runnin' Wild, pp. 1, 10, Clara was a robust child with auburn hair, high cheekbones, translucent coloring, and blackish-brown eyes that were alive and expressive as her father's were deadened and dull. 
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  25. ^ Cody Eakin at NHL.com
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  29. ^ Breznican, Anthony (26 July 2001), 'Apes' Heaps Stress on Composer Elfman, Associated Press 
  30. ^ Daryl Sabara, zimbio.com, October 7, 2015
  31. ^ Duncan Keith at NHL.com
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  36. ^ Watt, Judith (22 March 2011). "Flaming libertines: Dante Gabriel Rossetti and his muses". The Daily Telegraph. London. 
  37. ^ Brewster, David (1832), The Edinburgh Encyclopaedia, 10, p. 88 
  38. ^ Mills, William J. (2003), Exploring Polar Frontiers: A Historical Encyclopedia, p. 218, Eiríkr Thorvaldsson, generally known as Erik the Red or Eirik Raude from the color of his hair 
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  40. ^ Strang, Fay (24 June 2013), "Ew- an! McGregor returns to red hair as he arrives back in London...", Daily Mail, his natural red was back 
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  43. ^ Henrik Sedin at NHL.com
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  46. ^ "Isla Fisher weds Sacha Baron Cohen in Jewish ceremony", The Times, March 22, 2010, Fisher likes to keep a low profile by putting her trademark red hair up 
  47. ^ Jakub Voracek at NHL.com
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  49. ^ The documentary James Cagney: Top Of The World
  50. ^ The documentary Turning Points: The Battle of Canada
  51. ^ Miles, Barry (2009), The British Invasion, p. 196, ISBN 9781402769764, ...the sister of Peter Asher (one half of Peter and Gordon) and like him a distinctive redhead, Jane Asher dated Paul McCartney for five years. She was an experienced actress... In the mid-sixties her style inspired a million girls to be proud of their red hair .... 
  52. ^ Strang, Fay (July 23, 2003). "That's one strong gene! Jessica Chastain and her grandmother show off their redhead resemblance as they go sightseeing". DailyMail.co.uk. Retrieved March 17, 2016. 
  53. ^ "John Paul Getty III", Daily Telegraph, London, 7 Feb 2011 
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  55. ^ Fulton, Rick (5 March 2010), "New Scots Doctor Who companion Karen Gillan: I got teased for being a redhead", Scottish Daily Record 
  56. ^ Kris Draper at NHL.com
  57. ^ http://www.heightcelebs.com/2014/09/kurtwood-smith/
  58. ^ Lettice Knollys at luminarium.org
  59. ^ Lucy Burns (1879-1966), Library of Congress 
  60. ^ Bravin, Jess (1998), Squeaky: The Life and Times of Lynette Alice Fromme, St. Martin's Press, ISBN 9780312187620 
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  62. ^ Sanger, Margaret (2004), Margaret Sanger: an Autobiography, Kessinger, p. 14, ISBN 9780766181434, we all had red hair, shading from carrot to bronze 
  63. ^ Wattumull, Ellen (1966). "Margaret Sanger". The Journal of Family Welfare. 13 (1): 4. She was petite and feminine with beautiful red hair piled high on her head. 
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  66. ^ Hodge, Carl; Nolan, Cathal (2007), US Presidents and Foreign Policy, p. 73, ISBN 9781851097906, ...from his red hair and lifelong habit of concealing a shrewd mind behind impeccable manners, he garnered the nickname "The Red Fox of Kinderhook." 
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  69. ^ O'Connor, Maureen (2011), Life Stories, p. 76, 'The Queen of Technicolor', so called because of her bright-red hair and green eyes ... Maureen O'Hara started young 
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  75. ^ Adams, David; Wadeson, Jacki (1998), "Redheads", The Art of Hair Colouring, p. 6, ISBN 9781861528940 
  76. ^ Kirkpatrick, Rob (2007), The Words And Music of Bruce Springsteen, p. 126, ISBN 9780275989385 
  77. ^ http://www.manutdtalk.com/index.php?squad/19/view
  78. ^ Fitzgerald, Stephanie (2008), Ramses II: Egyptian Pharaoh, Warrior, and Builder, p. 94, ISBN 9780756538361 
  79. ^ O’Donnell, Edward T. (Feb 16, 2011), "Hibernian Chronicle 409 years ago: Red Hugh escapes", Irish Echo 
  80. ^ Christensen, Lawrence O. (1999), Dictionary of Missouri Biography, p. 665, ... Sanford began using the name Redd Foxx, which he apparently developed by combining the nickname "Chicago Red," given him because of his hair color, with the surname of the baseball great Jimmy Foxx. 
  81. ^ http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/obituaries/1419381/Renee-Short.html
  82. ^ "Plantagenet: Richard the Lionheart". EnglishMonarchs.co.uk. 
  83. ^ Rob Roy at Biography.com
  84. ^ Rurik, the Viking: Webster's Biographical Dictionary, page 1292
  85. ^ http://redheadandproud.com/famous_redheads_arts_A-L.html
  86. ^ Scott Hartnell at NHL.com
  87. ^ Saban, Stephen (September 25, 2003), Seth Becomes Him 
  88. ^ Kirby, Iona (19 December 2012), "Flying Tomato no more!", Daily Mail, London, famed for his long red locks which earned him the nickname the Flying Tomato 
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  94. ^ Tyler McNeely at NHL.com
  95. ^ Randall, Lucian; Welch, Chris (2010), Ginger Geezer: The Life of Vivian Stanshall, HarperCollins, ISBN 9780007387243 
  96. ^ Encyclopaedia Americana, 13, p. 185, William II, surnamed Rufus, from his red hair 

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