Liste de personnalités américaines 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 et la nationalité américaine.

Un Franco-Américain est un citoyen des États-Unis d'origine française. 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) 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,‎ 2007, 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"