Other Prominent Personalities
- First-generation Sephardic exiles: Don Isaac Abarbanel, Solomon ibn Verga, Abraham Zacuto, Abraham ben Salomon de Torrutiel Ardutiel, Yosef ben Tzadiq of Arévalo
- Pedro de Herrera - Gibraltar community leader
- Alonso Calle — treasurer on the first voyage of Christopher Columbus to the Americas. He was one of the settlers of Sephardic origin who composed the crew.
- Doña Gracia Nasi — businesswoman and philanthropist
- Joseph Nasi — Duke of Naxos
- Rodrigo López — physician who served Queen Elizabeth
- Elijah Montalto - physician and polemicist from Paris, who became the personal physician of Maria de Medici.
- Abraham Cohen Herrera — religious philosopher
- Uriel da Costa — controversial writer
- Antonio Fernandez Carvajal — a Portuguese-Jewish merchant, who became the first endenizened English Jew.
- Moses Cohen Henriques — Caribbean pirate
- Isaac Orobio de Castro — religious writer
- Baruch Spinoza — philosopher
- Solomon de Medina — financier
- Francisco Lopes Suasso — financier to William of Orange
- Abraham de Casseres — Portuguese-Dutch Jewish composer of the late baroque period.
- António José da Silva — Brazilian dramatist
- Jacob Rodrigues Pereira — financier, academic and the first teacher of deaf-mutes in France.
- Isaac de Pinto — Dutch writer
- Emanuel Mendez da Costa — English botanist, naturalist, philosopher, and collector of valuable notes and of manuscripts, and of anecdotes of the literati.
- Isaac Pinto — American publisher
- Aaron Lopez — Portuguese Jewish merchant and philanthropist.
- Haym Solomon — financier to George Washington
- Gershom Mendes Seixas — hazzan and American revolutionary
- Daniel Mendoza — English prizefighter, who was boxing champion of England (1792–95).
- Isaac D'Israeli — writer
- David Ricardo — economist
- Judah Touro — American businessman and philanthropist.
- Moses Montefiore — philanthropist
- Olinde Rodrigues — French banker, mathematician, and social reformer.
- Péreire brothers — French financiers, rivals of the Rothschilds
- Benjamin Mendes da Costa - English merchant and philanthropist.
- Jacob De Cordova — founder of the Jamaica Gleaner, and later a member of the Texas House of Representatives.
- Judah P. Benjamin — politician and lawyer
- Grace Aguilar — novelist
- Mark Prager Lindo — Dutch prose writer.
- Edwin de Leon —Confederate diplomat, writer, and journalist.
- Moses Angel — educationist and founder of Jewish Chronicle
- Albert Cardozo - American jurist.
- Jacob Mendes Da Costa — American physician and surgeon.
- Thomas Cooper de Leon - American journalist, author, and playwright.
- Catulle Mendès — French poet
- Emma Lazarus — American poet
- Ernest Peixotto — artist
- Daniel De Leon — American socialist newspaper editor, politician, Marxist theoretician, and trade union organizer.
- David Belasco — American theatrical producer, impresario, director and playwright.
- Francisco Henríquez y Carvajal — President of the Dominican Republic.
- Samuel Jessurun de Mesquita — Dutch graphic artist, teacher of M. C. Escher
- Benjamin N. Cardozo — U.S. Supreme Court Justice
- Philip Guedalla — writer and critic
- Vivian de Sola Pinto — British poet, literary critic and historian.
- Julio Lobo — Cuban sugar trader and financier.
- Morris Fidanque de Castro — first native Governor of the United States Virgin Islands.
- Frieda Belinfante — cellist
- Max Delvalle — Vice President (and briefly President) of Panama.
- George Maduro — Dutch war hero.
- Abraham Bueno de Mesquita — comedian
- Vic Seixas — tennis player.
- Eric Arturo Delvalle — President of Panama.
- Bruce Bueno de Mesquita — political scientist, professor at New York University, and senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution.
- Ophir Pines-Paz — Israeli politician
- Nicolas Maduro — Venezuelan politician, interim President of Venezuela and former Vice President of Venezuela
- Alain de Botton — writer and philosopher.
- Henrique Capriles - Venezuelan politician and lawyer, leader of the opposition to the Bolivarian Revolution
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