The city of Duluth, overlooking Lake Superior in the U.S. state of Minnesota has produced several notable people:
- Greg Anderson - three time NHRA Pro Stock champion
- Jim Ahern- two-time winner on the Champions Tour
- Mason Aguirre - a 2006 Winter Olympics snowboarding half-pipe team member
- Dorothy Arnold (Olson) - actress
- Maria Bamford - comedian and actress
- Bill Berry - former member of the band R.E.M.
- Mitch Clem - cartoonist; born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but lived in Duluth for a few years
- Herbert Clow - National Football League 1920s
- David Dondero - Indie-folk musician
- Bob Dylan - born in Duluth, but grew up in Hibbing, Minnesota
- Carol Dempster - silent movie star
- Kara Goucher - long distance runner and 2008 Olympian
- Roger Grimsby - TV news anchor
- David Hagberg - author of international thrillers
- Sadik Hakim - jazz pianist
- Louis Jenkins - award-winning prose
- Don LaFontaine - movie trailer voice (Known for "In a world/time/place where...")
- Lenny Lane - professional wrestler
- Jamie Langenbrunner - NHL forward, 1995-present (Dallas Stars, New Jersey Devils, St. Louis Blues) and 2010 Olympic Silver Medalist born in Duluth but grew up in Cloquet in neighboring Carlton County.
- Low - slowcore rock band. All three current members live in Duluth (none of the original members were born there, though second bass player Zak Sally was born and grew up there)
- Chris Monroe - cartoonist and painter
- John L. Morrison - newspaper publisher
- Lorenzo Music - voice of the animated cartoon cat Garfield
- Gena Lee Nolin - actress and model born in Duluth but grew up in nearby Proctor
- Chris Plys, Jason Smith, John Shuster, Jeff Isaacson, and John Benton - Curling team in the 2010 Winter Olympics
- David Oreck - an American salesman and businessman
- Luigino (Jeno) Paulucci - founder of Jeno's Pizza and Chun King Foods brands
- Charlie Parr - musician
- Joe Polo - a 2006 Winter Olympics US Curling team member and Olympic bronze medalist, born in Duluth, but grew up in Cass Lake, Minnesota
- Phil Solem - member of the band The Rembrandts, who perform the theme song to the television show Friends
- Telly Savalas - actor who owned a house on Park Point
- Erik Sommer - Artist
- Gloria Tew, abstract sculptor
- Trampled By Turtles - a Duluth-based bluegrass band
- Darren Ward - swimmer who competed for Canada in the 1988 and 1992 Summer Olympics
- Rip Williams - National Hockey League 1930s
- Haley Bonar - singer
- Tommy Williams - 1940-1992 -- 1st U.S. player to play regularly in the National Hockey League after 1950 when he played for the Boston Bruins after his participation on the U.S. Team in the 1960 Olympics. Member U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame
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