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Main article: List of Arab Americans

Here are a few examples of famous Arab Americans. Arab Americans are involved in politics and are one of the wealthiest ethnic groups in the U.S.

* Gibran Khalil Gibran, (Syrian/Lebanese) Early 20th century Poet, Artist and Philospher.

* Hoda Kotb, (Egyptian) television news personality for Dateline NBC and the Today Show

* Ismail al-Faruqi, (Palestinian) philosopher and authority on Islam and comparative religion.

* F. Murray Abraham, Hollywood actor and Oscar winner for the film "Amadeus" (Syrian father).

* Jamie Farr, (Lebanese) Hollywood actor especially famous for his role as Klinger in the TV series "M*A*S*H" .

* George Nader, (Jordanian) 1950's Hollywood Actor.

* Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple Inc. (Syrian father Abdulfattah Jandali).

* Danny Thomas, (Lebanese) actor and his daughter Marlo Thomas, actress.

* Paul Anka, (Syrian/Lebanese) vocal performer.

* Mitch Daniels, (Syrian) Governor of Indiana.

* George J. Mitchell, (Lebanese) United States of America special envoy to the Middle East under the Obama administration, .U.S. Senator from Maine, Senate Majority Leader.

* John H. Sununu, (Lebanese/Palestinian) Governor of New Hampshire and White House Chief of Staff under George H. W. Bush.

* John E. Sununu, (Lebanese/Palestinian) Senator from New Hampshire.

* Casey Kasem, (Lebanese) radio personality and voice actor.

* Spencer Abraham, (Lebanese) Senator from Michigan and Secretary of Energy under Bush.

* Ralph Nader, (Lebanese) consumer advocate, politician, first Arab American to run for President of the United States.

* Joe Robbie, sports team owner of the NFL Miami Dolphins.

* John Jaha, sports athlete, of the MLB Milwaukee Brewers.

* Tony Shalhoub, (Lebanese) an executive producer and actor of Monk.

* Edward Said, (Palestinian) literary theorist and outspoken Palestinian activist.

* Helen Thomas, (Lebanese) reporter, columnist and White House correspondent

* Sammy Hagar, (Lebanese), rock musician.

* John Abizaid, (Lebanese), retired General.

* Fredwreck, (Palestinian), hip hop producer.

* Fawaz Gerges, ABC analyst, regular guest on Oprah's Anti-war series.

* Chris Kattan, (Iraqi Jewish father), comedian and actor, best known for his work on Saturday Night Live.

* Zainab Salbi, (Iraqi), co-founder and president of Women for Women International.

* Kathy Najimy (Lebanese) actress in many American films that include Sister Act.

* Rosemary Barkett, (Syrian), first woman Supreme Court Justice and Chief Justice for the state of Florida.

* Heather Raffo, (Iraqi father) playwriter and actress.

* Kaysar Ridha, (Iraqi) businessman and contestant on reality series Big Brother.

* Wafah Dufour, (Saudi Arabian Father) supermodel and singer/songwriter famous as the niece of Osama Bin Laden.

* Charles Elachi, (Lebanese) director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.

* John Zogby, (Lebanese) founder and current President/CEO of Zogby International.

* James Zogby, (Lebanese) founder and president of the Arab American Institute.

* Najeeb Halaby, (Syrian) father of Queen Noor of Jordan Lisa Elhalabi, Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration. CEO, and chairman of Pan Am.

* Doug Flutie, (Lebanese father) NFL Player of the Buffalo Bills and San Diego Chargers.

* Jacques Nasser, (Lebanese) Former president and CEO of Ford Motor Company.

* John J. Mack, (Lebanese) Chairman of the Board and CEO of Morgan Stanley

* Khalid Khannouchi, (Moroccan) Marathon world record holder.

* Lorraine Ali, (Iraqi) reporter, editor, culture writer, and music critic for Newsweek.

* Wentworth Miller, (Syrian/Lebanese) actor.

* Susie Gharib, co-anchor of the Nightly Business Report, 100 most influential business journalists.

* Sanaa Hamri, (Moroccan) music video and movie director; her films include the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2.

* Hasan Yahya, (Palestinian) Arab theorist, poet, and author. Authority on Arab and Islamic cultures.

* Elias Zerhouni (Algerian) current director of the National Institutes of Health.

* George Noory (Lebanese) radio host, host of Coast To Coast AM with George Noory.

* Gwen Stefani (Syrian-Armenian grandmother), pop music singer.

* Pat Benatar (of Middle Eastern-unspecified maternal ancestry), rock music singer.

Source Wikipédia : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab-American


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