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Those Famous Folks that have had Trachs

I am searching for famous people that have had Trachs. Please let me know of any I have missed.

Terry Wayne Allen aka Magnum T.A
Professional wrestler

Louis Armstrong
Famous Trumpet Player

Gavin Arvizo
The Accuser of Michael Jackson-jury found Jackson not guilty on all charges.

Mario Bagnoni
Musician and Erie Police detective and Erie City Councilman

Sonny Barger
He is known as the "Godfather of the Hells Angels."

Jack Buck
Cardinals broadcaster

Tim Calhoun
NASCAR Artist

Roy Campanella
First black catcher in Major League Baseball history. Inducted into baseball’s Hall of Fame.

Constantine P. Cavafy
Twentieth-century poet

Gary Coleman
Actor

Mike Cognac
Councilman and Mayor pro-tem Village of Wesley Chapel, Union County, North Carolina

Neville Crichton
Racing Yacht Skipper

Ray Davies
Singer

Garland Day
Poet. He has over 30 certificates of merit from World of Poetry and the National Library of Poetry and he was inducted into the international hall of fame for outstanding achievement in poetry in August 2003.

Lady Diana
Princess of Wales

F.W. de Klerk
President of South Africa

Gilles Deleuze
Prominent French Philosopher

Marguerite Duras
Novelist

Roger Ebert
Film Critic, Pulitzer Prize for criticism, 1975, co-wrote the screenplay for the 1970 cult film, Beyond the Valley of the Dolls

Saudi Arabia’s King Fahd

Francis Edwards Faragoh
Screenplay writer

Anthony Federov
American Idol Season Four finalist and off-Broadway star

Federico Fellini
Film director

Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia and Germany (Friedrich III, German Emperor)

Ed Gallagher
Author, Talk Show Host

Stan Getz
Jazz tenor saxophonist

Gabrielle Gifford
Democratic - United States House of Representatives

Councillor Ted Gleave
Best-known councillor in Widnes, England

Al Goldstein
Founder of Screw magazine

Mika Häkkinen
Formula One race car driver

Doug Harlow
Morning Sentinel reporter

Chris Harmon
Bodybuilder

Vaclav Havel
President Czech Republic

Jesse Helms
Senator

Brain Harvey
Singer

Stephen Hawking
Stephen Hawking has worked on the basic laws which govern the universe. Professor Hawking has twelve honorary degrees, was awarded the CBE in 1982, and was made a Companion of Honour in 1989. He is the recipient of many awards, medals and prizes and is a Fellow of The Royal Society and a Member of the US National Academy of Sciences.

Scottie Henson
Bluegrass Recording Artist

Roy Horn (Siegfried and Roy, and personal friends)
Magician, Preservationist of Royal White Tigers and White Lions with his life partner Siegfried.

Siegfried and Roy met in 1957 on the oceanliner TS Bremen, in 1967 they went to Las Vegas and have been there ever since (not counting tours). 1976 they receive Magician of the year award from the American Academy of Magical Arts, 1993 their own Saturday morning cartoon debut, 1998 inducted to the Las Vegas Gaming Hall of Fame, 1999 they got their star on Hollywood's walk of fame, 2000 honored as magicians of the century by International Magicians Society.

Paul Ingle
IBF featherweight boxing champion

Laura Innes
Actress

Ernie Irvan
NASCAR Race Car Driver

Tim Johnson
Senator

Stephan Johnson
Middleweight boxer

Catherine Zeta Jones
Actress, Singer

Randy Jones
Know as Caro a Seattle dance-music producer and Orac label head.

Trevor Rees-Jones
Dodi Fayed's personal bodyguard and the only survivor of the Lady Diana-Dodi Fayed crash.

John Fitzgerald Kennedy
35th President of the USA

Princess Kikuko
Widow of the late Prince Takamatsu, a younger brother of the late Emperor Showa

DR. Martin Luther King Jr.
American clergyman, activist, and leader in the African-American Civil Rights Movement

Jack Klugman
Actor

Alejandro Lavorante
Argentine heavyweight boxer

Michel Leiris
Author

Gordon Lightfoot
Singer

Bill Lindsay
National Hockey League Player

Joe Longthorne
Singer

Ferdinand Marcos
Former Philippine President

Adolfo Lopez-Mateos
President of Mexico

Tancredo de Almeida Neves, more commonly Tancredo Neves
Prime Minister of Brazil and was elected to the Presidency however just one day before he was scheduled to take the oath of office (March 15, 1985), Neves became severely ill and died on April 21, 1985.

Trent McCleary
National Hockey League Player

Greek Prime Minister Andreas Papandreou

Pope John Paul II
Leader of the Roman Catholic Church

Tom Patterson
Matinée idol

Billy Preston
Singer

William H. Price II
Industrialist
Gibsonburg Lime the largest independently owned and operated lime plant in the U.S. He eventually sold to Pfizer Pharmaceutical Co.

William Rehnquist
US Supreme Court Chief Justice

Christopher Reeve
Actor

Joaquín Amparo Balaguer Ricardo
President of the Dominican Republic

Kasey Rogers
Actress
She also established a Head and Neck Cancer (H.A.N.C.) fund with the staff at University of Southern California Medical Center to continue with research and treatment of this debilitating disease

Richard Rogers
Composer

George Seferis
Poet

Beau Schroeder
Rodeo Star and winner of the 2012 Wrangler International Finals Rodeo title.

President Rudolf Schuster
Slovakia's Head of State

Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon

Ayrton Senna
Formula One race car driver

Kevin Sinclair
Hong Kong's best-known western journalist and author

Prince Yuvraj Shivraj Singh
Jodhpur, India

Grace Slick
Actress

Art Stamper
Bluegrass Hall of Fame, Bluegrass fiddler.
His father Hiram Stamper was a famous Square Dance Caller in Kentucky.

Darryl Floyd Stingley
NFL Wide Receiver for New England Patriots

Mike Strantz
Golf Course Designer

Elizabeth Taylor
Actress

Dylan Thomas
Poet and writer, The Academy of American Poets

Mo Udall
Congressman

Luther Vandross
Singer

Mary Wells
Singer

Deng Xiaoping
Leader in the Communist Party of China

George C. Wallace
Former Alabama Governor

Johnny Weissmuller
Actor, He won 5 Gold Olympic Medals for swimming.

Hank Williams, Jr.
Singer

Ted Williams
Baseball player, American League, National Baseball Hall of Fame

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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