List of Romanian Americans

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This is a list of notable Romanian-Americans, including both original immigrants who obtained American citizenship and their American descendants.

Academics[edit]

Linguists[edit]

Mathematics[edit]

Historians, sociologists and philosophers[edit]

Architect[edit]

Business[edit]

Entertainment[edit]

Actors[edit]

Screenwriter, directors and producer of films and theatre[edit]

  • Stanley Kubrick - his father's parents and paternal grandparents were of Romanian Jewish origin. He won numerous awards (including an Oscar) and is considered among the most important contributions to world cinema in the twentieth century and he is frequently cited as one of the greatest and most influential directors of all time, the song from the orgy scene from Eyes Wide Shut is a Romanian orthodox prayer played backwards.
  • Jean Negulesco – film director and screenwriter[18]
  • Petru Popescu – screenwriter from Hollywood and best-selling author[19]
  • Andrei Șerban – director of theater and opera[20]
  • [Harry From] Screen Writer, Director of theater (staged Rhinoceros in 1974 in NYC, off Bday) Film Director, directed 12 Documentaries, 5 with Stanley Milgram His Professor when he took his Doctorate at CUNY, shot the film "Water Water Water" all over the world , never finished it b/c of his untimely death.

Singers and musicians[edit]

Sports[edit]

Hall of Famer Hank Greenberg

Comics Writers[edit]

Military[edit]

Religious[edit]

Scientists[edit]

Dana is also a painter on glass, the Holder of the Price of the Jury 2017 for the " Salon des Artistes de Monde", the Price of the Art & Design Magasin, and the Silver Medal from Academy de Art Lettre e Science. She lived in between New York, London, and Cannes in France.

Writers[edit]

Others[edit]

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