Aa–Ag * Emma Abbott (1850–91), opera soprano. Born and raised in Illinois until age 16; funeral held in Illinois, but inurned in Massachusetts. * Margaret Abbott (1878–1955), first modern-era Olympic United States female champion. Lived during her teens and learned her Olympic sport of golf in Illinois. * Robert Sengstacke Abbott (1868–1940), African-American lawyer, newspaper publisher and editor. Studied law and had his newspaper career in Chicago. * Jessica Abel (1969–living), comic book writer and artist. Born and educated in Illinois. * Gertrude Abercrombie (1909–77), surrealist painter. Lived most of her life in Chicago and known for her association with the city. * Max Abramovitz (1908–2004), architect. Born and college-educated in Illinois. * Ben Abruzzo (1930–85), balloonis

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  • Aa–Ag * Emma Abbott (1850–91), opera soprano. Born and raised in Illinois until age 16; funeral held in Illinois, but inurned in Massachusetts. * Margaret Abbott (1878–1955), first modern-era Olympic United States female champion. Lived during her teens and learned her Olympic sport of golf in Illinois. * Robert Sengstacke Abbott (1868–1940), African-American lawyer, newspaper publisher and editor. Studied law and had his newspaper career in Chicago. * Jessica Abel (1969–living), comic book writer and artist. Born and educated in Illinois. * Gertrude Abercrombie (1909–77), surrealist painter. Lived most of her life in Chicago and known for her association with the city. * Max Abramovitz (1908–2004), architect. Born and college-educated in Illinois. * Ben Abruzzo (1930–85), balloonist. Born and college-educated in Illinois. * Tony Accardo (1906–1992), organized crime figure. Born and lived entire life in Chicago metropolitan area. * Barbara Acklin (1943–98), singer. Came to Illinois at age of five and resided until her death. * Ron Acks (1944–living), NFL linebacker 1968–76. Acks was born, attended high school and college in Illinois. * Valdas Adamkus (1926–living), president of Lithuania 1998–2009. Lived in Illinois for a number of years after emigrating to the United States from Lithuania, getting a college degree and entering Chicago politics. * Berle Adams (1917–2009), founder of Mercury Records. Born and lived first thirty years in Illinois. * Franklin P. Adams (1881–1960), writer, member of Algonquin Round Table. Described as "a native of Chicago", he found fame and lived most of his life in New York. * John Hicks Adams (1820–78), gunslinger, Wild West lawman. Born and attended college in Illinois. * Katrina Adams (1968–living), president of United States Tennis Association. Born and educated in Illinois. * Jane Addams, social worker, teacher, Nobel Peace Prize recipient * George Ade, author and cartoonist (born in Indiana) * Paul Adelstein, actor, Prison Break, Private Practice * Victor Adeyanju, NFL defensive end 2006–10 * Dankmar Adler, architect (born in Germany) * David Adler, architect (born in Wisconsin) * Max Adler, founder of Adler Planetarium * Scott Adsit, actor, writer, improvisational comedian, 30 Rock, Big Hero 6 * John Agar, actor, Sands of Iwo Jima, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, husband of Shirley Temple * Alex Agase, football player for Cleveland Browns; head coach of Northwestern, Purdue * Lou Agase, football player for Illinois, coach of CFL's Toronto Argonauts * Milton Ager, composer, "Ain't She Sweet", "Happy Days Are Here Again" * Benjamin Agosto, ice dancer, 2006 Turin Olympics silver medalist * Mark Aguirre, forward for DePaul, NBA's Dallas Mavericks and Detroit Pistons; top pick of 1981 NBA draft Ah–Am * Gene Ahern, cartoonist * Joe Aiello, organized crime figure (born in Sicily) * Joseph Aiuppa, organized crime figure * Stan Albeck, basketball head coach, Bradley, Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs, Chicago Bulls * Abraham Adrian Albert, mathematician * Eddie Albert, Oscar-nominated actor, Green Acres, Switch, Oklahoma!, Roman Holiday, The Heartbreak Kid, The Longest Yard * Frankie Albert, quarterback and head coach for San Francisco 49ers, College Football Hall of Famer * Bruce Alberts, biochemist, original author of Molecular Biology of the Cell * Steve Albini, musician, producer * Ted Albrecht, offensive tackle for Purdue and Chicago Bears * James L. Alcorn, governor and U.S. Senator of Mississippi * Jody Alderson, swimmer, 1952 Olympic bronze medalist * Dorothy Aldis, children's author * Gus Alex, organized crime figure * Dan Alexander, football player, 2000 Alamo Bowl MVP * Houston Alexander, mixed martial artist * Linsey Alexander, blues musician (born in Mississippi) * Lorez Alexandria, jazz and gospel singer * Nelson Algren, author, The Man with the Golden Arm, A Walk on the Wild Side (born in Michigan) * Saul Alinsky, founder of modern community organizing and writer * Brian Allard, MLB pitcher 1979–81 * Jeff Allen, offensive guard for Kansas City Chiefs * Joan Allen, Oscar-nominated actress, The Bourne Ultimatum, The Contender, The Upside of Anger, Nixon, Face/Off * Karen Allen, actress, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Animal House, Scrooged * Leo E. Allen, 14-term U.S. Representative * Leslie Allen, auto racer, 9th in 1930 Indianapolis 500 * Rex Allen Jr., country singer, narrator of film Me, Myself and Irene * Ronnie Allen, professional pool player * Sandy Allen, tallest U.S. woman * Steve Allen, television personality, actor, author, songwriter, first host of The Tonight Show (born in New York) * Tony Allen, forward for Memphis Grizzlies * William J. Allen, judge, U.S. Representative (born in Tennessee) * Justin Allgaier, auto racer, 2008 ARCA RE/MAX Series champion * Fran Allison, radio-TV personality, Kukla, Fran and Ollie (born in Iowa) * Luther Allison, blues musician (born in Arkansas) * Samuel Allison, prominent physicist who worked on Manhattan Project * Arthur Allyn Jr., co-owner of Chicago White Sox in 1960s * John Allyn, owner of White Sox 1961–75 * Mike Alstott, fullback for Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1996–2007, Super Bowl XXXVII champion * Michael J. Alter, real estate developer, owner of WNBA's Chicago Sky * John Peter Altgeld, Governor of Illinois 1893–97 (born in Germany) * Dave Altizer, MLB infielder 1906–11 * Scott Altman, astronaut, four Space Shuttle missions * John Altschuler, screenwriter, Blades of Glory, Silicon Valley * Anita Alvarez, Cook County State's Attorney * John Alvin, actor, The Beast with Five Fingers, Objective, Burma! * A.A. Ames, 4-term mayor of Minneapolis * Edward Ames, founder, McKendree University (born in Ohio) * Knowlton Ames, college football player and coach * Rosemary Ames, actress, Our Little Girl, Pursued * Stephen E. Ambrose, author, historian, Band of Brothers * The American Breed, band, "Bend Me, Shape Me" * Warren Amling, Ohio State athlete in College Football Hall of Fame * Albert Ammons, jazz musician * Gene Ammons, jazz musician * Morey Amsterdam, actor and comedian, The Dick Van Dyke Show An–Ar * Merry Anders, actress, The Dalton Girls, Hear Me Good, Tickle Me * Arthur E. Andersen, founder of accounting firm * Alexandria Anderson, NCAA champion sprinter * Andree Anderson, ice dancer, member of Figure Skating Hall of Fame * Craig Anderson, goaltender for Ottawa Senators * Gillian Anderson, Emmy Award-winning actress, The X-Files, The House of Mirth, Bleak House, Hannibal * J. J. Anderson, forward for Bradley and Utah Jazz * John B. Anderson, politician, U.S. Representative 1961–81, U.S. presidential candidate * Ken Anderson, NFL quarterback 1971–86, four-time Pro Bowl selection * Kevin Anderson, actor, Sleeping with the Enemy, Miles from Home, Hoffa * Kurt Anderson, football player and coach * Laurie Anderson, performance artist and musician * Les Anderson, auto racer, 11th in 1947 Indy 500 * Margaret C. Anderson, editor and publisher (born in Indiana) * Nick Anderson, guard for Orlando Magic and Sacramento Kings * Philip Warren Anderson, Nobel Prize-winning physicist * Ray Anderson, musician * Robert Orville Anderson, founder of ARCO oil company * Sherwood Anderson, novelist * Walter Stratton Anderson, naval vice admiral, battleship commander * Fern Andra, circus performer, actress, director * Emil Andres, auto racer, drove in nine Indianapolis 500s * Bruce Andrews, poet * Stanley Andrews, actor * Ethel Percy Andrus, founder of AARP * Elmer Angsman, running back for Notre Dame, Chicago Cardinals * John Ankerberg, Christian evangelist, TV presenter * Morris Ankrum, actor * Ann-Margret, Oscar-nominated actress, Bye Bye Birdie, Viva Las Vegas, Carnal Knowledge, The Cincinnati Kid, Tommy (born in Sweden) * Beulah Annan, inspiration for "Roxie Hart" in play and film Chicago * Moses Annenberg, newspaper publisher (born in Prussia) * Frank Annunzio, politician (Democrat), 13-term U.S. Representative * Albert Anselmi, Chicago gangster (born in Sicily) * Cap Anson, Hall of Fame infielder for Chicago White Stockings (born in Iowa) * Luis Aparicio, Hall of Fame infielder for Chicago White Sox (born in Venezuela) * Clarence Applegran, basketball coach, Kentucky 1924–25 * Amy Applegren, pro baseball player * Arthur I. Appleton, businessman, thoroughbred owner * Luke Appling, Hall of Fame infielder for White Sox (born in North Carolina) * Lee Archambault, astronaut * Robert Ardrey, playwright and screenwriter, Khartoum, The Three Musketeers * Leslie C. Arends, politician (Republican), U.S. Representative 1943–74, Majority and Minority Whip * Mark Arie, two gold medals in shooting at 1920 Olympics * Hub Arkush, publisher of Pro Football Weekly * Andrew Watson Armour III, meat-packing executive, philanthropist * Philip Danforth Armour, businessman, founder of Armour and Company (born in New York) * Terron Armstead, NFL offensive lineman * Matthew John Armstrong, actor, Heroes * Otis Armstrong, running back for Denver Broncos 1973–80 * Billy Arnold, auto racer, won 1930 Indianapolis 500 * Billy Boy Arnold, blues musician * Isaac N. Arnold, U.S. Representative, author (born in New York) * Cliff Arquette, comedian and actor (born in Ohio) * Lewis Arquette, actor, Sherlock Hound, Camp Candy, The Waltons * Patricia Arquette, Oscar and Emmy-winning actress, Boyhood, Medium, True Romance, CSI: Cyber * Gerry Arrigo, MLB pitcher 1961–70 As–Az * Jon Asamoah, offensive guard for Atlanta Falcons * Diandra Asbaty, bowler * Tom Ashbrook, NPR personality * John Ashcroft, politician (Republican), U.S. Attorney General 2001–05, Missouri senator and governor * Darryl Ashmore, NFL tackle 1992–2002 * James N. Ashmore, basketball coach, North Carolina, Iowa, Washington State, DePauw * Ed Asner, actor, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Up, Elf (born in Missouri) * Mary Astor, Oscar-winning actress, The Maltese Falcon, Dodsworth, Meet Me in St. Louis, The Great Lie * Joe Astroth, MLB catcher 1945–56 * Ira Aten, lawman, Texas Ranger * Doug Atkins, defensive end for Chicago Bears 1955–66, Hall of Fame (born in Tennessee) * Smith D. Atkins, editor, Civil War colonel (born in New York) * Edith Atwater, actress, True Grit, Family Plot, The Body Snatcher * Richard and Florence Atwater, co-authors of Mr. Popper's Penguins * Steve Atwater, twice Super Bowl champion with Denver Broncos * James T. Aubrey Jr., television executive, president of CBS * David Auburn, playwright, Proof * Jean M. Auel, author, The Clan of the Cave Bear * James Augustine, center for Illinois' 2005 NCAA runners-up * Jeff Austin, mandolinist, singer * Lovie Austin, jazz musician (born in Tennessee) * Jason Avant, NFL wide receiver * Charles Avery, silent film actor, Keystone Kops * Sewell Avery, chairman of Montgomery Ward, first president of Museum of Science and Industry (born in Michigan) * John Avildsen, Oscar-winning film director, Rocky, Save the Tiger, Lean on Me, The Karate Kid * David Axelrod, political advisor to Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, author, TV commentator * Brendon Ayanbadejo, NFL linebacker 1999–2012 * Marion Aye, silent-film actress * David Ayer, screenwriter and director, Training Day, End of Watch, Fury * Edward E. Ayer, benefactor and first president of Field Museum of Natural History (born in Massachusetts) * Harriet Hubbard Ayer, 19th-century cosmetics maven, journalist * Bill Ayers, founder and member of Weather Underground * Reiko Aylesworth, actress, Michelle Dessler on 24 * Agnes Ayres, silent-film actress * Irving Azoff, music executive, head of Ticketmaster, Live Nation Entertainment (en)
  • この一覧はイリノイ州出身の著名人についての記事を姓の50音順に配列したものである。 (ja)
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  • この一覧はイリノイ州出身の著名人についての記事を姓の50音順に配列したものである。 (ja)
  • Aa–Ag * Emma Abbott (1850–91), opera soprano. Born and raised in Illinois until age 16; funeral held in Illinois, but inurned in Massachusetts. * Margaret Abbott (1878–1955), first modern-era Olympic United States female champion. Lived during her teens and learned her Olympic sport of golf in Illinois. * Robert Sengstacke Abbott (1868–1940), African-American lawyer, newspaper publisher and editor. Studied law and had his newspaper career in Chicago. * Jessica Abel (1969–living), comic book writer and artist. Born and educated in Illinois. * Gertrude Abercrombie (1909–77), surrealist painter. Lived most of her life in Chicago and known for her association with the city. * Max Abramovitz (1908–2004), architect. Born and college-educated in Illinois. * Ben Abruzzo (1930–85), balloonis (en)
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  • イリノイ州出身の人物一覧 (ja)
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