List of people from Portland, Oregon Article

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Portland is a port city in the U.S. state of Oregon located at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers. Established in the 1830s as a camp along the Oregon Trail, Portland evolved into a major industrial city during the twentieth century. Contemporarily, it is the most populous city in Oregon, and the second-largest city in the Pacific Northwest. [1]

The following is a list of notable people who were either born in, are current residents of, or have lived in Portland. A person who lives in or comes from Portland, Oregon is called a Portlander. A separate list of people from Oregon is also available.

Notations

  • "(B)" denotes that a person was born in Portland.
  • Individuals without "(B)" were born elsewhere.

A

Rachel Ames, actress
Aminé, rapper

B

Mel Blanc, voice actor
Peter Buck, lead guitarist of R.E.M.
Louise Bryant, journalist

C

Margaret Carter, politician
Clive Charles, English-born soccer player and coach
Ann Curry, journalist

D

Beth Ditto, singer

E

Marie Equi, physician

F

Todd Field, actor and filmmaker

G

Clark Gable, actor
Woody Guthrie, singer-songwriter

H

Kathleen Hanna, musician and feminist

I

J

Steve Jobs, inventor and creator of Apple

K

A. Thomas Kraabel, classics and Jewish history scholar

L

Barbara La Marr, actress
Courtney Love, musician and actress

M

Johnny Marr, guitarist, The Smiths
Rose McGowan, actress, director

N

O

Kaitlin Olson, actress

P

Linus Pauling, chemist and peace activist
Jane Powell, actress and singer

R

Ruth Radelet, musician and singer, Chromatics
Mark Rothko, expressionist painter

S

Elliott Smith, musician
Esperanza Spalding, multi- Grammy winning musician
Brenda Strong, actress

T

Tommy Thayer, lead guitarist of KISS

U

V

W

Nancy Wilson, singer and guitarist of Heart

Y

Z

Suzanne Zimmerman, Olympic swimmer

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