Liste de personnalités des États-Unis d'origine française

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Drapeau des Franco-Américains. Représentant les personnalités américaines d'origine française.

Ceci est une liste de Franco-Américains célèbres ou réputés dans leur(s) domaine(s). Pour être inclus dans cette liste, ces personnes doivent avoir un article montrant qu'ils ont des origines françaises (neufrancienne (Nouvelle-France) ou caribéenne (Haïti, etc.) cf Colonisation française des Amériques ) et la nationalité américaine.

Un Franco-Américain est un citoyen des États-Unis d'origine française neufrancienne (Nouvelle-France), ou caribéenne. La majorité des familles franco-américaines ne sont pas directement arrivées de France, mais plutôt des anciennes colonies françaises du Nouveau Monde (du XVIIe au XVIIIe siècle) en Amérique du Nord en Nouvelle-France et dans les caraïbes ( dont Haïti ), avant de partir plus tard aux États-Unis (voir la Déportation des Acadiens).

Près de 11,8 millions de résidents américains ont des ascendants français, et près de 1,5 million de ceux-ci parlent le français chez eux. Du fait de leur isolement, de leur mixage avec d'autres cultures, les Franco-Américains ont développé une culture particulière qui reflète plusieurs degrés d'adaptation à leur environnement. Ceci donna naissance aux Franco-Américains comme les Acadiens, les Cadiens, les Louisianiens et d'autres.

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  1. "The Story of Frank W. Abagnale Jr. from www.Crime"
  2. [1] "Kahn, French-born, but a US resident since 1982"
  3. [2] "André Meyer, the French financier who transformed Lazard into a dealmaking powerhouse from the 1950s to the 1970s"
  4. [3] "World's Richest: #43 Pierre Omidyar, Net Worth: $10.1 billion French émigré"
  5. (en) Ron Chernow, Titan. The Life of John D. Rockefeller, Sr., Random House LLC,‎ , p. 3
  6. Lucille Ball Her mother DeDe was French, English and Irish
  7. Adrienne Barbeau : A moitié franco-canadienne et a moitie arménienne, elle a grandi en Californie.
  8. a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j et k Noted as a French American at [4]
  9. [5] "From stage performer to singer to painter, the French actor..."
  10. [6] "Half Irish, half French-Canadian, half English."
  11. [7] "Julie Delpy is one of the most popular French actresses..." [8] "She became a U.S. citizen three years ago, while retaining her French citizenship."
  12. [9] "The story of French actress Arielle Dombasle’s life is like something from another era, a time that exists in old movies and Harlequin romances"
  14. [10] "Famous French-Canadian author Robert Goulet…"
  15. Nevin, Charles.The glamour of Swindon: Billie Piper, Melinda. The Independent. July 18, 2005. Accessed April 14, 2007.
  16. Sessums, Kevin. Wild at heart. Allure. Novembre 2004. Accessed April 14, 2007.
  17. [11] [12]
  18. [13] "I am only French, Dutch and German. I get my skin color from the French side of my family."
  19. [14] "Meloni, who is half-Italian and half-French Canadian, says that he was surprised to find similarities between the Carbone family and his own."
  21. [15] "Sanchez, who is half Puerto Rican and half French…"
  22. [16] "Did Leelee know much about Joan, who was canonized a saint, before portraying her? "Even though I'm half-French, not terribly much""
  23. [17] "French-born American coloratura soprano"
  24. « Les Halles Homepage », Brasserie Les Halles (consulté le 18 juin 2007)
  25. Described as "French-Indian" at [18]; maternal grandfather, Jean Baptiste Louis DeCourtel Marchand, was French
  26. Described as "French American" at [19] His father, Apollos Rivoire, was a French Huguenot refugee from Wallonia who had anglicized his name to Paul Revere. His mother, Deborah Hitchbourn, was of English descent[20]
  27. Described as "French Catholic" at [21]; her maternal grandmother, Athena'ise Charleville, was of French descent; the rest of her ancestry was Irish and English[22]
  28. [23] "Will Durant was French-Canadian and a Roman Catholic who had become skeptical of religion."
  29. [24] "Jack Kerouac was born Jean-Louis Kerouac, a French-Canadian child on March 12, 1922 in working-class Lowell, Massachusetts."
  30. [25] His French ancestors immigrated to England in the 16th century
  31. [26] "French-born novelist, passionate eroticist and short story writer"
  32. [27] "French economist..."
  33. His paternal grandfather was from the Isle of Jersey; his other ancestry was English - American [28]
  34. SAIL Ser.2, 5.3
  35. [29]
  36. [30] "she was nicknamed the "Cajun Grandma" and won the election to become the top elected official in the state." [31] ""So many people in Louisiana actually speak French every day and feel French, and I think they're a little disappointed about the situation", says Lt. Gov. Kathleen Blanco, a French Acadian whose maiden name was Babineaux. "We're looking at a 200-year historical time when France was our greatest ally.""
  37. [32] "The Boudinots were French Huguenots who fled France and then England after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes"; both of Boudinot's paternal grandparents were French; his mother was of Welsh and Anglo descent [33]
  38. [34] "Dans son autobiographie « Living Story » (2003), Hillary Rodham Clinton décrit sa grand-mère maternelle, Della Murray, comme «un des neuf enfants d’une famille aux origines franco-canadiennes, écossaises et amérindiennes.»"
  39. [35] ""I trust that you do know Mr. DeLay is French", she said."
  40. Gravel - [36] "GRAVEL: God no. Mahoney... or it was an Irish name. I'm French-Canadian; I'm American but my parents are French Canadian."
  41. According to [37], his great-grandfather was born in France, most of his other ancestry was English and American
  42. Described as "French Hugenot" at [38]; his paternal grandfather was French, while the rest of his ancestors were of English origin[39]
  43. [40] "Often referred to as the "Ragin' Cajun" for his animated and colorful debating..."
  44. Pierre Charles L'Enfant, Major, United States Army
  45. [41] noted that she was proud of her French ancestry, which was distant [42]
  46. [43] "French-Indian who became the principal chief of the Creek Indians in the years following the American Revolution."
  47. [44] "He then became a French correspondent and later Paris bureau chief for ABC News." [45]
  48. Described as French-Canadian at [46]; parents were French Canadian immigrants to US [47]
  49. sa vie a fait l'objet d'un livre : Keleher and Chant. The Padre of Isleta. Sunstone Press, 1940-2009.
  50. [48] describes him as French American; both parents were French; he was raised in Nantes, France [49]"
  51. [50] né à Saint-Brice-sous-Forêt, France
  52. Né à Paris (France) de George L'Enfant and Frances Ragond ; immigrants aux USA
  53. [51] "French-American David Régis earned a starters spot on the 1998 U.S. World Cup squad"
  54. [52] [53]
  55. [54] "French figure skating champion Surya Bonaly has become a US citizen during a ceremony Friday in Las Vegas."
  56. [55] ""the French guy" in World Championship Wrestling"