People from Portsmouth, Virginia

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  1. Woodrow Wilson High School (Portsmouth, Virginia) alumni 7 views

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  1. Aaron Faulls

    Aaron Faulls

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    Aaron Faulls (born February 6, 1975), is an American television personality, filmmaker, musician and marine conservationist. He is best known for his role as the original host of the television series Into The Drink, a Travel documentary-style series based around Faulls's background as an underwater filmmaker and journalist. He is also known for his appearances on Gangland, a documentary television series on the History Channel.


  2. Ace Parker

    Ace Parker

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    American athlete

  3. Albert S. Porter

    Albert S. Porter

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    Albert S. Porter (November 4, 1904 – January 7, 1979) was an American politician from Ohio.


  4. Arthur Moats

    Arthur Moats

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    American football player

  5. Bebe Buell

    Bebe Buell

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    American singer and model

  6. Ben Jones

    Ben Jones

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    American politician

  7. Bill Clarkson

    Bill Clarkson

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    Major League Baseball pitcher

  8. Bill Deal

    Bill Deal

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    Bill Deal & the Rhondels were formed in 1959 in Portsmouth, Virginia, crossing blue-eyed soul and beach music. They had three hit singles in 1969, "I've Been Hurt" (U.S. #35), "What Kind Of Fool Do You Think I Am" (U.S. #23) and "May I" (U.S. #39). The band disbanded in 1975, but reformed at various times until the death of Bill Deal in 2003.


  9. Bill Moran

    Bill Moran

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    American baseball player

  10. Bismarck Myrick

    Bismarck Myrick

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    Recipient of the Purple Heart medal

  11. Bob Cowsill

    Bob Cowsill

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    The Cowsills is an American singing group from Newport, Rhode Island. They specialized in harmonies and the ability to sing and play music at an early age. The band was formed in the spring of 1965 by brothers Bill, Bob, and Barry; they shortly thereafter added John. Originally Bill and Bob played guitar and Barry was on drums. When John learned how to play drums and joined the band, Barry went to bass. After their initial success, the brothers were joined by their siblings Susan and Paul and their mother Barbara. Bob's twin brother Richard was the road manager. When the group expanded to its full family membership by 1967, the six siblings ranged in age from 8 to 19. Joined by their mother Barbara (née Russell), the Cowsills were the inspiration for the 1970 launch of the television show The Partridge Family.


  12. Bonyfingers/Ken Hatfield Composer/Guitarist

    Bonyfingers/Ken Hatfield Composer/Guitarist

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    Ken Hatfield (born November 18, 1952) is an American jazz guitarist, who is also a composer, arranger, producer, and educator.


  13. Bracy Walker

    Bracy Walker

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    American football player

  14. Brian Anderson

    Brian Anderson

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    American baseball player

  15. Brian Norwood

    Brian Norwood

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    American, Football

  16. Cecil Mack

    Cecil Mack

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    American musician

  17. Cee Cee Chapman

    Cee Cee Chapman

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    Cee Cee Chapman (born Melissa Carol Chapman on December 13, 1958 in Portsmouth, Virginia) is an American country music singer-songwriter. Chapman was signed to Curb Records. She charted five singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.


  18. Chad Hugo

    Chad Hugo

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    American record producer and songwriter

  19. Chandler Harper

    Chandler Harper

    10 views
    Professional golfer

  20. Charles Ruffin

    Charles Ruffin

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    American baseball player

  21. Charles Veale

    Charles Veale

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    United States Army Medal of Honor recipient

  22. Chip Yates

    Chip Yates

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    Chip Yates (born February 11, 1971 as William Morrison Yates III) is an American inventor and electrical vehicle pioneer best known for risky record-setting feats in electric vehicles of his own design. He designed and built the record-breaking SWIGZ.COM electric motorcycle, which in 2011 he rode over 200 MPH to 8 official World Land Speed Records, 4 AMA National Championship Records, the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb record, and the Guinness Book of World Records title of “World’s Fastest Electric Motorcycle”. Dubbed "the world’s most powerful electric superbike", the motorcycle is now on display at the Petersen Automotive Museum in Los Angeles, California.


  23. Christopher Emigh

    Christopher Emigh

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    American, Jockey

  24. Darius Theus

    Darius Theus

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    Darius Theus (born January 12, 1990) is an American professional basketball player. He played collegiately for VCU.


  25. Darryl Tapp

    Darryl Tapp

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    Player of American football

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