Zachary David Alexander "Zac" Efron (born October 18, 1987) is an American actor and singer. He began acting professionally in the early 2000s, and became known as a teen idol after his lead roles in the Disney Channel Original Movie High School Musical, the WB series Summerland, and the 2007 film version of the Broadway musical Hairspray. Efron has since starred in the films 17 Again, Me and Orson Welles, Charlie St. Cloud, New Year's Eve, The Lucky One, That Awkward Moment, Neighbors, and The Lorax.
Inés Efron (born June 21, 1985 ) is an Argentine actress best known for her appearance in the critically acclaimed 2007 film XXY, written and directed by Lucía Puenzo.
Bradley Efron (born May 24, 1938) is an American statistician best known for proposing the bootstrap resampling technique, which has had a major impact in the field of statistics and virtually every area of statistical application. The bootstrap was one of the first computer-intensive statistical techniques, replacing traditional algebraic derivations with data-based computer simulations.
Edith Efron (1922 – April 20, 2001) was American journalist and author.
Marshall Efron (born February 3, 1938) is an American actor and humorist originally known for his work on the listener-sponsored Pacifica radio stations WBAI New York and KPFK Los Angeles, and later for the PBS television show The Great American Dream Machine (the original showcase of Chevy Chase). At WBAI, Efron was a frequent guest on Steve Post's & Bob Fass's shows, along with left-wing/counter-culture figures such as Paul Krassner. One memorable broadcast had Efron and Krassner filling in for the vacationing Fass, and identifying themselves as Columbia University students who had taken the station over as part of the Columbia University protests of 1968; although regular listeners were very familiar with the voices of Krassner and Efron, police officers responded three different times during the broadcast to reports from listeners who thought the "takeover" was a legitimate event. Efron also produced features of his own such as A Satirical View.
Paloma Efron, also known as Blackie, (born December 6 1912, died 3 September 1977) was an Argentine radio and television journalist and the country's first professional jazz singer.