People from Orléans

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  1. Marion Cotillard

    Marion Cotillard

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    Actress

  2. Vahina Giocante

    Vahina Giocante

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    French actress

  3. Emmanuelle Boidron

    Emmanuelle Boidron

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    French actor

  4. Michel Vuillermoz

    Michel Vuillermoz

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    Actor

  5. Charlie Lea

    Charlie Lea

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    French baseball player

  6. Marie Touchet

    Marie Touchet

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    Marie Touchet (1549 – March 28, 1638), Dame de Belleville, was the only mistress of Charles IX of France.


  7. Jean-Yves Béziau

    Jean-Yves Béziau

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    Professor and researcher of the Brazilian Research Council

  8. Maurice de Sully

    Maurice de Sully

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    Maurice de Sully (died September 11, 1196) was Bishop of Paris from 1160 until his death.


  9. Christophe Tinseau

    Christophe Tinseau

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    French racing driver

  10. Hubert Saint-Macary

    Hubert Saint-Macary

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    Actor

  11. Nicolas Ysambert

    Nicolas Ysambert

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  12. Louis-Maurice Boutet de Monvel

    Louis-Maurice Boutet de Monvel

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    French painter

  13. Bernard Schmetz

    Bernard Schmetz

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    Fencer

  14. Isaac Jogues

    Isaac Jogues

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    Isaac Jogues (January 10, 1607 – October 18, 1646) was a Jesuit priest, missionary, and martyr who traveled and worked among the native populations in North America. He gave the original European name to Lake George, calling it Lac du Saint Sacrement, Lake of the Blessed Sacrament. In 1646, Jogues was martyred by the Mohawks near present day Auriesville, New York. Jogues, Jean de Brébeuf and six other martyred missionaries, all Jesuits or laymen associated with them, were canonized in 1930, and are known as "The North American Martyrs" or "St. Isaac Jogues and Companions". Their feast day is October 19, except in Canada, where the feast is celebrated on September 26.


  15. Robert Joseph Pothier

    Robert Joseph Pothier

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    Robert Joseph Pothier (January 9, 1699 – March 2, 1772) was a French jurist.


  16. Louis Lebègue Duportail

    Louis Lebègue Duportail

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    American general

  17. Hyacinthe-Marie Cormier

    Hyacinthe-Marie Cormier

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    French Master of the Dominican Order

  18. Bruno Bini

    Bruno Bini

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    Footballer

  19. Florent Chrestien

    Florent Chrestien

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    Florent Chrestien (January 26, 1541 – October 3, 1596) was a French satirist and Latin poet.


  20. Marie Alfred Cornu

    Marie Alfred Cornu

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    French physicist

  21. Camille Bert

    Camille Bert

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    Camille Bert (1880–1970) was a French actor.


  22. Albert Gombault

    Albert Gombault

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    François Alexis Albert Gombault (2 October 1844 - 1904) was a French neurologist who was a native of Orléans.


  23. Étienne Lauréault de Foncemagne

    Étienne Lauréault de Foncemagne

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    Étienne Lauréault de Foncemagne (8 May 1694 à Orléans - 26 September 1779 à Paris) was a French churchman and scholar.


  24. Guillaume Chasteau

    Guillaume Chasteau

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    Guillaume Chasteau, a French engraver, was born at Orléans in 1635. He was instructed by Greuter, but afterwards studied under Cornelis Bloemaert, and went for further improvement to Italy. After passing several years at Rome he returned to Paris, where he was employed by Colbert. His first productions were some portraits of the Popes. He afterwards engraved several prints after N. Poussin and some of the Italian painters, some of which are entirely executed with the graver, in the style of Poilly and Bloemaert, whilst others are the work of the point, which he handled with spirit and taste. Indeed it is to be regretted that he did not always follow that style, as being more picturesque and free. The plates which he engraved at Rome are usually marked Gulielmvs Castellus Gallus. He became an academician in 1663, and died in Paris in 1683. The following are his principal works:


  25. Charles Peguy

    Charles Peguy

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    French writer

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