List of people from Worcester, Massachusetts

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The following is a list of prominent people who were born in Worcester, Massachusetts, lived in Worcester, or for whom Worcester is a significant part of their identity.

Academics and inventors

Actors and artists

Athletes

Musicians

Politicians

Writers and journalists

Other

References

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