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The following people are currently redlinks. They are worthy of an article here in at least one troper's opinion; but that troper may not be familiar enough with the show in question, or may not be a good writer, or, in some cases, knows the show is notable, hates it, but doesn't want to engage in Complaining About Shows You Don't Watch or Complaining About Shows You Don't Like.

For the moment, we'll sign our items on this list, and add our names onto shows to which we feel need to have an article here; please see the discussion page.

If you create a page for one of these, or it turns into a bluelink after another troper creates it, please remove it from this list, unless it's a disambiguation (which will show with a green link) or a redirect. If it is a redirect or disambiguation, point that out.

Also, take note, try to include that person in the namespace corresponding to the field in which the individual first reached major cultural prominence. For example, Fred Thompson is in the Creator namespace because he was a prominent actor before becoming a US Senator, spent his final years as exclusively an actor, and had his largest pop culture fame in acting. The notable exceptions to this rule are either (1) when a person's original career field becomes overshadowed by a later one (in which case please leave a note mentioning such), and (2) a person becomes equally prominent in more than one sphere, in which case tropers may (but don't necessarily have to) create separate pages for the two spheres. An example of the former is Johnny Hallyday, whose first and main fame is as a singer in France, but is known in the English-speaking world mainly as an actor. Examples of the latter include pro wrestlers-turned-actors Dave Bautista, John Cena, and Dwayne Johnson, all of whom have separate pages in the Wrestling and Creator namespaces.

The following have their own pages:

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    Athletes and other sportspeople 
American FootballAssociation Football/SoccerAthletics/Track & FieldBadmintonBaseballBasketball playersBasketball coachesBoxingCricketCyclingFigure SkatingGolfGymnasticsIce hockeyMMAMotorsports – Formula OneMotorsports – RallyingMotorsports – IndyCarMotorsports – NASCARRugby (Union or League)Sports Executives and OwnersSwimming & DivingTennisWeightliftingOther/unsorted



    Comic Book Creators 

    Criminals, gangsters, fraudsters, terrorists, etc. 



    Fan Work Creators 

    Historical figures (not otherwise classified) 


    Military personnel 


    Religious figures (historical) 


    Sportscasters and sports broadcast execs 

    Video Game Developers 


    Misc. Creators