Notable current and former residents of Moorestown Township include:
- Diane Allen (born 1948), represents the 7th legislative district in the New Jersey General Assembly.
- Samuel Leeds Allen (1841–1918), inventor and manufacturer of farm equipment and the Flexible Flyer sled.
- Sam Bishop (born 1983), professional soccer goalkeeper.
- David Bispham (1857–1921), opera singer.
- Francis L. Bodine (born 1936), represents the 8th legislative district in the New Jersey General Assembly.
- Hugh Borton (1903–1995), Japanese studies expert who served for 10 years as president of Haverford College.
- T. J. Brennan (born 1989), player for the Buffalo Sabres of the NHL.
- Lem Burnham (born 1947), former National Football League executive and player.
- Kevin Chamberlin (born 1963), actor.
- Bobby Clarke (born 1949), former National Hockey League player with the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Gary Close, assistant coach for the Wisconsin Badgers men's basketball team.
- Josh Cody (1892–1961), football player and coach inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.
- John S. Collins (1837–1928), developer of Miami Beach, Florida.
- Phil Costa (born 1987), football player with the Dallas Cowboys.
- Edwin B. Forsythe (1916–84), member of the United States House of Representatives from New Jersey who served as mayor of Moorestown from 1957-62.
- Hank Fraley (born 1977), former football player with the Philadelphia Eagles.
- Walter French (1899–1984), football All-America and professional baseball player for the Philadelphia Athletics, 1923-1929.
- John F. Gerry (1926–95), former chief United States district judge on the United States District Court for the District of New Jersey.
- Bill Guerin (born 1970), right winger who earned the Stanley Cup with both the New Jersey Devils and Pittsburgh Penguins.
- Vernon Hill (born 1946), founder and former chairman, president, and chief executive officer of Commerce Bancorp and Commerce Bank of Cherry Hill Township, New Jersey.
- Alfred Hunt (1817–88), first president of Bethlehem Iron Company, precursor of Bethlehem Steel Corporation.
- Esther Hunt (1751–1820), a pioneer who lived on America's frontier as a wife, a mother and a leader in her Quaker faith.
- DeSean Jackson (born 1986), professional football player, Philadelphia Eagles.
- Eldridge R. Johnson (1867–1945), founder of Victor Talking Machine Company (now known as RCA).
- Jevon Kearse (born 1976), professional football player, Tennessee Titans.
- Tim Kerr (born 1960), former National Hockey League player with the Philadelphia Flyers.
- David Kinkade (born 1983), drummer of metal band Soulfly.
- Jonathan V. Last, columnist for The Weekly Standard.
- Al LeConey (1901–1959), gold medal winner in the 4x100 meter relay race at the 1924 Summer Olympics.
- Chris McAllister (born 1975), professional hockey player for the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Donovan McNabb (born 1976), professional football player, Minnesota Vikings.
- Stephen W. Meader (1892–1977), author of more than 40 novels for boys and girls.
- Freddie Mitchell (born 1978), former professional football player for the Philadelphia Eagles.
- Brendan O'Connor (born c. 1960), awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his heroic action in Afghanistan.
- Christine O'Donnell (born 1969), Republican candidate in Delaware's 2010 United States Senate special election.
- Terrell Owens (born 1973), professional football player, Cincinnati Bengals, formerly of the Philadelphia Eagles, Dallas Cowboys, and Buffalo Bills.
- Alice Paul (1885–1977), leader of a campaign for women's suffrage resulting in passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
- Doug Pederson (born 1968), quarterbacks coach for the Philadelphia Eagles and former NFL quarterback.
- Samuel K. Robbins (1853–1926), politician who served as Speaker of the New Jersey General Assembly and President of the New Jersey Senate.
- Julie Robenhymer (born 1981), Miss New Jersey 2005.
- Jeremy Roenick (born 1970), professional hockey player, former player for the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Jon Runyan (born 1973), football player for the San Diego Chargers who was elected to the United States House of Representatives.
- Steve Sabol (1942–2012), president and co-founder of NFL Films.
- Ulf Samuelsson (born 1964), professional hockey player, former player for the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Katherine Shindle (born 1977), Miss America 1998 and actress.
- John Vanbiesbrouck (born 1963), professional hockey player, former player for the Philadelphia Flyers.
- Albert Young (born 1985), former football player for the University of Iowa and Minnesota Vikings.
- Tim Young (born 1968), silver medal-winning rower in the quadruple sculls at the 1996 Summer Olympics.
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