Chris Hebert (born September 28, 1973) is an American former child actor who has appeared in a number of television series, commercials, and a few feature films.
Kyle Henry Hebert (/ˈeɪbɛər/ AY-bair; born June 14, 1969) is an American voice actor and podcaster who works for anime and video game series, such as the teenage and adult Gohan and the narrator in the Funimation dub of the Dragon Ball series, Sōsuke Aizen in Bleach, Ryu in the Street Fighter video game series, Kiba Inuzuka in Naruto, Kamina in Gurren Lagann, and Ryuji Suguro in Blue Exorcist.
Jacques Hébert, OC (June 21, 1923 – December 6, 2007) was a Canadian author, journalist, publisher, Senator, and world traveler who visited more than 130 countries.
Bobby Joseph Hebert Jr., (surname pronounced "ay-bare"); born August 19, 1960) is an American sportscaster who is best known as a retired Pro bowl American football quarterback of the New Orleans Saints. He played professionally in the USFL and NFL from 1983 to 1996 for the Michigan Panthers, Oakland Invaders, New Orleans Saints, and Atlanta Falcons. Nicknamed the "Cajun Cannon", Hebert led the Panthers to the USFL championship in the league's inaugural season. Later he helped bring the Saints their first playoff appearance in franchise history. Hebert was inducted to the New Orleans Saints Hall of Fame in 1999 and the Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame in 2000.
Junius Joseph "Jay" Hebert (February 14, 1923 – May 25, 1997) was an American professional golfer. He won seven times on the PGA Tour including the 1960 PGA Championship. His younger brother, Lionel Hebert, also won the PGA Championship, in 1957. He played on the 1959 and 1961 Ryder Cup teams and was captain for the 1971 team.
Felix Hebert (December 11, 1874 – December 14, 1969) was a United States Senator from Rhode Island. Born near St-Hyacinthe, Quebec, Canada, he came to the United States when his parents, Edouard and Catherine (Vandale) Hebert, returned in 1880 and resumed their residence in the town of Coventry, Rhode Island.
Paul Octave Hébert (December 12, 1818 – August 29, 1880) was the 14th Governor of Louisiana from 1853 to 1856 and a brigadier general in the Confederate States Army.
Kyries Hebert [KY-ris EH-bare] (born October 9, 1980 in Eunice, Louisiana) is a professional linebacker/safety for the Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League. He was originally signed by the Minnesota Vikings as an undrafted free agent in 2002. He played college football at Louisiana-Lafayette.
Paul Hébert (born July 26, 1971) is one of the rare francophone references in the bluegrass idiom which has been predominantly English. In 2007, the “L'Acadie Nouvelle” newspaper dubbed him “Le Roi du Bluegrass” or “The King of Bluegrass”.
Guy Andre Hebert (born January 7, 1967) is a retired American professional ice hockey goaltender. He is a graduate of La Salle Institute in Troy and Hamilton College in Clinton, New York. Despite being an American, he used the French pronunciation of his first and last name. During his NHL career he played for the St. Louis Blues, Mighty Ducks of Anaheim and New York Rangers.
Lionel P. Hebert (January 20, 1928 – December 30, 2000) was an American professional golfer. He won five times on the PGA Tour including the 1957 PGA Championship, the last to be held at match play. His older brother Jay won the same event at stroke play in 1960. Lionel also played on the 1957 Ryder Cup team. An ethnic Cajun, he was born and died in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Wallace Andrew "Wally" Hebert (August 21, 1907 in Lake Charles, Louisiana – December 8, 1999 in Westlake, Louisiana, nicknamed Preacher) was a sidearming left-handed Major League Baseball starting pitcher who played from 1931 to 1933 for the St. Louis Browns and in 1943 for the Pittsburgh Pirates. His professional career began in 1930.
Paul D. N. Hebert, OC FRSC (born 6 May 1947) is a Canadian biologist. He holds a Canada Research Chair in Molecular Biodiversity (Tier I), and is a tenured full professor at the University of Guelph in Guelph, Ontario, Canada, as well as being a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, and the director of the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario. Hebert is best known as the "father of DNA barcoding".
Julien Hébert (August 19, 1917 – May 24, 1994) was a Québécois industrial designer, perhaps most famous for creating the logo of the Montreal World Exposition, Expo 67.