List of Show Business Families

List Of Show Business Families

This is a list of show business families. It is contemporary (in the sense that a professional offshoot should still be working in the 20th or 21st-centuries) and should be expanded. The guideline is that at least one of the relationships in the clan should be by blood – siblings, parents, children, cousins, and so on. Following families are brothers and sisters who are recognizable as celebrity siblings (and who may be listed within families as well).

The list of family connections in the Indian film industry is so extensive that it has its own article—see List of Indian film clans.

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