List of redheads

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Elizabeth I circa 1546, when she was still a princess
Prince Harry, sixth in line to the British throne
Joe Kennedy III with fiery red hair
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 Amanda Blake, 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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  57. ^ Tyler McNeely at NHL.com
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  69. ^ 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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  72. ^ Sanger, Margaret (2004), Margaret Sanger: an Autobiography, Kessinger, p. 14, ISBN 9780766181434, we all had red hair, shading from carrot to bronze
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  76. ^ Henrik Sedin at NHL.com
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  82. ^ 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."
  83. ^ Lasky, Kathryn (1999), Elizabeth I: red rose of the House of Tudor, p. 218, ISBN 9780590684842
  84. ^ White, Duncan (25 Jun 2011), "Andre Villas-Boas", Daily Telegraph, London, the normally reserved 'Cenourinho' (Baby Carrot, because of his red hair)
  85. ^ 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.
  86. ^ Jakub Voracek at NHL.com
  87. ^ Routledge, Paul (2003), The Bumper Book of British Lefties, p. 240, ISBN 9781842750643, But she was best known as 'Red Ellen', the firebrand socialist with red hair...
  88. ^ The documentary Turning Points: The Battle of Canada
  89. ^ Turner, John G. (2012), Brigham Young: Pioneer Prophet, p. 31, ISBN 9780674049673, Brigham Young was thirty-one years old, barrel-chested and of medium height, with sandy-red hair, a clean-shaven face, and blue-gray eyes.

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