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Famous Tobagonians

Trinidad and Tobago's Information

Flag of Trinidad and Tobago
Land Area 5,128 km2
Total Area 5,128km2 (#164)
Population 1,220,479 (#158)
Population Density 238.00/km2
Government Type Parliamentary Republic
GDP (PPP) $43.57 Billion
GDP Per Capita $31,900
Currency Dollar (TTD)
Largest Cities
People listed are almost always native to the country. We do (on occasion) include those that have either lived within the country for most of their adult life, or have made a significant contribution to the country in their personal endeavors.

A - B

  • David Abdulah president federation of trade union
  • Inshan Ali cricketer
  • Stephen Ames golfer
  • Marvin Andrews football player
  • Winifred Atwell pianist
  • Denise "Saucy Wow" Belfon singer, songwriter, dancer
  • Valerie Belgrave author, artist
  • Lloyd Best columnist, professor, economist
  • Anil Bheem musician
  • Ian Bishop footballer
  • Pat Bishop musician, artist
  • Ravi Bissambhar musician
  • Marlon Black cricketer
  • Garfield Blackman "Lord Shorty" musician
  • Ato Boldon olympic medalist, sprinter
  • Isaiah James Boodhoo artist
  • George Bovell III olympic medalist, swimmer
  • Dionne Brand poet, author, essayist, documentarian
  • Dwayne Bravo cricketer
  • Darrel Brown sprinter
  • Marc Burns runner
  • Tubal Uriah Butler minister, labor leader
    (born in Grenada)
  • Leroy Calliste " Black Stalin" musician
  • Rudranath Capildeo politician, mathematician
  • Stokely Carmichael activist
  • Michel-Jean Cazabon artist
  • George Chambers former prime minister
  • Carson Charles politician
  • Leslie Charles (Billy Ocean) singer, songwriter
  • Willie Chen artist
  • Arthur Andrew Cipriani politician, labor leader
  • Ellis Clarke former governor-general, president
  • LeRoy Clarke artist
  • Rodill Clarke educator, cricket coach
  • Alfred Codallo artist
  • Learie Constantine cricketer, journalist, politician
  • Hasely Crawford olympic medalist, athlete
  • Ulric Cross wwII ace fighter pilot
  • Everald "Gally" Cummings football player
D - G
  • Ralph de Boissiere author
  • Rajindra Dhanraj cricketer
  • Mervyn Dillon cricketer
  • Rasika Dindial musician
  • Winston Dookeran politician, economist
  • Ansil Elcock footballer
  • Wendy Fitzwilliam Miss Universe 1998
  • Daren Ganga cricketer
  • Destra Garcia singer, songwriter
  • Bunji Garlin musician
  • Devanand Gattoo musician
  • Roger Gibbon track cyclist
  • Knowlson Gift politician
  • Albert Gomes politician, author
  • Hilary Angelo "Larry" Gomes cricketer
  • Gerald "Gerry" Gomez cricketer
  • Geddes Granger "Makandal Daaga" political activist, revolutionary
  • Anthony Gray cricketer
  • Rosa Guy author
H - J
  • Alexander Nestor Haddaway musician
  • Noor Hassanali former president
  • Heather Headley singer, songwriter
  • Edwin Hingwan artist
  • Jackie Hinkson artist
  • Neil "Shaka" Hislop football goalkeeper
  • Merle Hodge scholar, author
  • Geoffrey Holder actor
  • Raymond Holman musician
  • Karl Hudson-Phillips former attorney general, jurist
  • Clayton Ince football goalkeeper
  • Lord Invader singer, songwriter
  • A.P.T. "Fargo" James politician
  • C.L.R. James historian, journalist, theorist
  • Stern John footballer
  • Kenwyne Jones footballer
  • Roy Joseph politician
K - L
  • Franklin Khan politician
  • Fuad Khan politician
  • Brian Lara cricketer
  • Russell Latapy footballer
  • Leonson Lewis footballer, coach
  • Hollis Urban Lester Liverpool "Chalkdust" musician
  • Augustine "Gus" Logie cricketer, coach
  • Earl Lovelace author, playwright
  • Gillian Lucky politician
  • Fay-Ann Lyons-Alvarez songwriter, singer

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This page was last updated on July 10, 2020.

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