People from the Research Triangle, North Carolina

Posted Sep 24, 2010
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  1. Marion Jones

    Marion Jones


    Marion Lois Jones (born October 12, 1975), also known as Marion Jones-Thompson, is an American former world champion track and field athlete, a former professional basketball player for Tulsa Shock in the WNBA. She won 3 gold medals and 2 bronze medals at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, but was later stripped of the titles after admitting to steroid use.

  2. Kristi Yamaguchi

    Kristi Yamaguchi


    Kristine Tsuya Yamaguchi (born July 12, 1971) is an American former figure skater, Olympic gold medalist and world champion. She is the 1992 Olympic Champion in ladies' singles. Yamaguchi also won two World Figure Skating Championships in 1991 and 1992 and a U.S. Figure Skating Championships in 1992. She won one junior world title in 1988 and two national titles in 1989 and 1990 as a pairs skater with Rudy Galindo. In December 2005, she was inducted into the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame. Yamaguchi was a local commentator on figure skating for San Jose TV station KNTV (NBC 11) during the 2006 Winter Olympics. In 2008, Yamaguchi became the celebrity champion in the sixth season of Dancing with the Stars.

  3. André Leon Talley

    André Leon Talley


    André Leon Talley (born October 16, 1949) is the former American editor-at-large for Vogue magazine, listed as Contributing Editor in the April 2010 masthead. Talley has been a front-row regular at fashion shows in New York, Paris, London and Milan for more than 25 years. He uses his influence to promote young fashion designers and mentors young talent in other fields.

  4. Seth Wescott

    Seth Wescott


    Seth Benjamin Wescott (born June 28, 1976) is an American snowboarder. He is a two-time Olympic champion in the snowboard cross.

  5. Thomas Wolfe

    Thomas Wolfe


    Thomas Clayton Wolfe (October 3, 1900 – September 15, 1938) was a major American novelist of the early twentieth century.

  6. Mike Dean (musician)

    Mike Dean (musician)


    Mike Dean (born Thomas Michael Dean on August 24, 1963) is the bassist for American metal band Corrosion of Conformity. He sang on the band's early recordings from their crossover thrash era before leaving the band in 1987. In 1989 Dean, along with C.O.C. guitarist Woody Weatherman and artist Brian Walsby on drums, released the Snake Nation album on Caroline Records. Dean rejoined C.O.C. as the bass player and occasional vocalist in 1993 and has remained with the band since. Along with several production and engineering credits he also collaborated with Dave Grohl on the Probot song "Access Babylon", a return to the punk/metal fusion of old.

  7. Anne Tyler

    Anne Tyler


    Anne Tyler (born October 25, 1941) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, short story writer, and literary critic. She has published 20 novels, the best known of which are Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant (1983), The Accidental Tourist (1985), and Breathing Lessons (1988). All three were finalists for the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction with Breathing Lessons winning the prize for 1989. She has also won the Janet Heidinger Kafka Prize, the Ambassador Book Award, and the National Book Critics Circle Award. In 2012 she was awarded The Sunday Times Award for Literary Excellence. She is recognized for her fully developed characters, her “brilliantly imagined and absolutely accurate detail,” and her “rigorous and artful style” and “astute and open language.” While many of her characters have been described as quirky or eccentric, she has managed to make them seem real through skillfully fleshing out their inner lives in great depth. Her subject in all her novels has been the American family and marriage: the boredom and exasperating irritants endured by partners, children, siblings, parents; the desire for freedom pulling against the tethers of attachments and conflicted love; the evolution over time of familial love and sense of duty. Tyler celebrates unremarkable Americans and the ordinary details of their everyday lives. Because of her style and subject matter, she has been compared to John Updike, to Jane Austen, and to Eudora Welty, among others.

  8. Woody Weatherman

    Woody Weatherman


    Woodroe "Woody" Weatherman is lead guitarist for the heavy metal band Corrosion of Conformity.

  9. Roy Williams

    Roy Williams


    Roy Allen Williams (born August 1, 1950) is a college basketball coach, who is currently the head coach of the men's North Carolina Tar Heels basketball team at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. He first started his college coaching career at University of North Carolina as an assistant coach for Dean Smith in 1978. In 1988, Williams became the head coach of the men's basketball team at University of Kansas, where he took them to fourteen consecutive NCAA tournaments, collecting an 80% win percentage, and winning nine conference titles over his fifteen-year span at Kansas. In 2003, Williams left Kansas to go back home to be the head coach at North Carolina replacing Matt Doherty. While Williams has been at North Carolina he has won six ACC conference titles, two ACC Coach of the Year awards in 2006 and 2011. He is second all-time for most wins at Kansas behind Phog Allen and at North Carolina behind mentor Dean Smith. Additionally, he is eighth all-time in the NCAA for winning percentage. Williams has over 700 career wins and is the fastest to reach this milestone to date. Williams has taken his teams to seven Final Fours in his careers at Kansas and North Carolina and is one of only two coaches (along with Rick Pitino) in NCAA history to have led two different programs to at least three Final Fours each. On April 4, 2005, Williams shed his title as "the most successful coach to never have won an NCAA ring" as his Tar Heels defeated the University of Illinois in the 2005 NCAA championship game. In 2007, Williams was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame. He would again lead the Tar Heels to another National Championship victory on April 6, 2009 against the Michigan State Spartans in the 2009 NCAA championship game.

  10. Sylvia Hatchell

    Sylvia Hatchell


    Sylvia Rhyne Hatchell (born February 28, 1952) is the head coach of the women's basketball team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is currently the second winningest head coach in NCAA women's basketball history, behind only former Tennessee coach Pat Summitt. She competed with USA Basketball as the head coach of the 1994 Jones Cup Team that won the gold in Taipei.

  11. Curtis Whitley

    Curtis Whitley


    Curtis Wayne Whitley (May 10, 1969 – May 11, 2008) was an American football center in the National Football League. He played six seasons for the San Diego Chargers (1992–1994), the Carolina Panthers (1995–1996), and the Oakland Raiders (1997). Born in Smithfield, North Carolina, he graduated from Smithfield-Selma High School before attending Clemson University. He was then selected by the Chargers in the fifth round of the 1992 NFL Draft. He was selected by the Carolina Panthers in the 1995 NFL Expansion Draft.

  12. Bart D. Ehrman

    Bart D. Ehrman


    Bart D. Ehrman (born October 5, 1955) is an American New Testament scholar, currently the James A. Gray Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He is a leading scholar in his field, having written and edited over 25 books, including three college textbooks, and has also achieved acclaim at the popular level, authoring five New York Times bestsellers. Ehrman's work focuses on textual criticism of the New Testament, the historical Jesus, and the development of early Christianity.

  13. 9th Wonder

    9th Wonder


    Patrick Douthit (born January 15, 1975 in Winston-Salem, North Carolina), better known as 9th Wonder is a hip hop record producer, record executive, DJ, lecturer, and rapper from Durham, North Carolina, U.S. He began his career as the main producer for the group Little Brother, and has also worked with Mary J. Blige, Jean Grae, Wale, Jay-Z, Murs, Drake, Buckshot, Chris Brown, Destiny's Child, J. Cole, Kendrick Lamar, Erykah Badu, Ludacris, Mac Miller, David Banner, and Lecrae. As of 2010, 9th Wonder raps under the name of 9thmatic.

  14. Frank Porter Graham

    Frank Porter Graham


    Frank Porter Graham (October 14, 1886 – February 16, 1972) was President of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and, for a brief period, a United States Senator.

  15. Brian Roberts

    Brian Roberts


    Brian Michael Roberts (born October 9, 1977) is an American former professional baseball second baseman. He made his Major League Baseball (MLB) debut with the Baltimore Orioles in 2001 and played for the team until 2013. He played his final season for the New York Yankees in 2014.

  16. Simon Bob Sinister

    Simon Bob Sinister


    In 1983, Simon Bob Sinister founded the Ugly Americans in Durham, North Carolina, along with Danny Hooligan, Chris Eubank and Dan Adams. Adams soon left and was replaced by Jon McClain. This punk band's musical influences were diverse. After releasing, The Dream Turns Sour, Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed and Philadelphia Freedom, the band broke up. In 1986, Simon Bob Sinister then joined the already established, Corrosion of Conformity, releasing the EP Technocracy. Sinister left Corrosion of Conformity two years later and reformed the Ugly Americans.

  17. David Rees

    David Rees


    David Rees ScD Cantab, FIMA, FRS (29 May 1918 – 16 August 2013) was an emeritus professor of pure mathematics at the University of Exeter, having been head of the Mathematics / Mathematical Sciences Department at Exeter for many years. During the Second World War, Rees was active on Enigma research in Hut 6 at Bletchley Park.

  18. Reed Mullin

    Reed Mullin


    William Reed Mullin (born February 12, 1966) is the American drummer for metal band Corrosion of Conformity (COC). He was the founding member with Mike Dean and Woody Weatherman. Mullin, along with Weatherman, also played in the Raleigh NC hardcore band, No Labels. No Labels disbanded in 1984, while Corrosion of Conformity continued to evolve and gain popularity. He left COC on February 1, 2001 due to back injury.

  19. Haven Kimmel

    Haven Kimmel


    Haven Kimmel (born 1965) is an American author, novelist, and poet.

  20. Clyde Edgerton

    Clyde Edgerton


    Clyde Edgerton (born May 20, 1944) is an American author and Creative Writing professor.

  21. Greg Raymer

    Greg Raymer


    Gregory Raymer (born June 25, 1964) nicknamed "Fossilman," is a professional poker player. He is best known for winning the 2004 World Series of Poker Main Event.

  22. Ming C. Lin

    Ming C. Lin


    Prof. Ming C. Lin is an American computer scientist, the John R. & Louise S. Parker Distinguished Professor of Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  23. Bill Campbell (mayor)

    Bill Campbell (mayor)


    William Craig "Bill" Campbell (born 1953) is an American former politician who served as the 57th Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia from 1994 to 2002. He is a member of the Democratic Party.

  24. Jeff MacNelly

    Jeff MacNelly


    Jeffrey Kenneth "Jeff" MacNelly (September 17, 1947 – June 8, 2000) was a three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist and the creator of the popular comic strip Shoe. After Shoe had been established in papers, MacNelly created the single-panel strip Pluggers.

  25. Roger Craig

    Roger Craig


    Roger Lee Craig (born February 17, 1930) is a former pitcher, coach and manager in Major League Baseball.

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