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List of Haitian Americans

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This is a list of notable Haitian Americans, including both original immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.[1]

To be included in this list, the person must have a Wikipedia article showing they are Haitian American, or have references showing they are Haitian American and are notable.

Artists

Business

Culinary arts

  • Vanessa Cantave, co-founder and executive chef of the catering company Yum Yum

Crime

Entertainment

Broadcasting

Dancers

Films and TV

Models

Music

Sports

Basketball

Boxing

Football

Martial artists

Soccer

Sprinters and runners

Tennis

Other sports

Fashion designers

Historical personalities

Lawyers

Literature

Sciences

Political figures

Religion

Others

See also

References

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