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Notable current and former residents of Englewood include:

  • John Aprea (born 1941), actor, known for his role as "Young Sal Tessio" in The Godfather: Part II (1974) and on television as "Lucas Castigliano" on the soap opera Another World
  • Jack Armstrong (born 1965), former Major League Baseball right-handed pitcher
  • Kevin Baker (born 1958), novelist and journalist
  • Alejandro Bedoya (born 1987), professional soccer player for Örebro SK and the US National Soccer Team
  • Clifford Whittingham Beers (1876–1943), founder of the American mental hygiene movement
  • Regina Belle (born 1963), Grammy Award winning singer
  • Tony Bennett (born 1926), Grammy Award-winning singer
  • George Benson (born 1943), jazz singer and musician
  • John Bergamo (born 1940), percussionist and composer
  • Shmuley Boteach (born 1966), Orthodox rabbi, radio and television host and author
  • Elizabeth Bracco (born 1959), actress
  • Dick Button (born 1929), Olympic ice skater and commentator. Ranked #11 on the Sports Illustrated list of The 50 Greatest New Jersey Sports Figures.
  • David Cassidy (born 1950), actor and musician, best known for his role on The Partridge Family
  • Wayne A. Cauthen (born 1955), current and first appointed African American City Manager of Kansas City, Missouri
  • Orestes Cleveland (1829–1896), Mayor of Jersey City 1864-1867; 1886–1892, member of the U.S. House of Representatives from New Jersey's 5th congressional district from 1869-1871
  • Claudia Cohen (born 1950), socialite and gossip columnist
  • David X. Cohen (born 1966), head writer and executive producer of TV series Futurama
  • Peter Coyote (born 1941), actor and author
  • Vince Curatola (born 1953), who played Johnny Sack on the HBO series The Sopranos
  • John Fiedler (1925–2005), voice actor and character actor in stage, film, television and radio, perhaps best remembered for two roles: the voice of Piglet in Disney's many Winnie the Pooh productions and the role of Mr. Peterson, nervous patient on The Bob Newhart Show
  • Lucy Fisher (born 1949), film producer
  • B. C. Forbes (1880–1954), founder of Forbes magazine
  • Virgil Fox (1912–1980), organist
  • Genie Francis (born 1962), best known for her role as Laura Spencer on General Hospital
  • Ivor Francis (1918–1986), actor
  • Dizzy Gillespie (1917–1993), jazz trumpeter (lived in Englewood from 1965 until his death in 1993)
  • Zach Grenier (born 1954), actor known for roles in Fight Club, Deadwood and on Broadway
  • Bruce Harper, former professional football player, New York Jets
  • David Hoadley, former president of the Panama Railway
  • Ernie Isley (born 1952), guitarist and member of The Isley Brothers
  • Marvin Isley (1953–2010), bassist and member of the Isley Brothers
  • Kimberly Jones (born 1975), the female rapper otherwise known as Lil' Kim
  • Serius Jones (born 1982), MC, battle rapper, mixtape awards winner
  • Kitty Kallen (born 1922), singer
  • Sara Lee Kessler, TV reporter
  • Dr. John Lattimer (1914–2007), urologist who did extensive research on the Lincoln and Kennedy assassinations. His collection of military paraphernalia, included "medieval armor, Revolutionary and Civil War rifles and swords, a pile of cannonballs, World War II machine guns and German Lugers, and drawings by Adolf Hitler."
  • Dinah Lenney (born 1956), actress and author
  • Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1906–2001), author and aviator, wife of Charles Lindbergh and daughter of Dwight Morrow
  • Charles Lindbergh (1902–1974), aviator
  • Bernarr Macfadden (1868–1955), physical culture advocate
  • William Marchant (1923–1995), playwright and screenwriter, best known for writing the play that served as the basis for the 1957 Walter Lang movie, The Desk Set
  • Bruce McKenna, television and movie screenwriter
  • Dwight Morrow (1873–1931), former United States Senator, United States Ambassador to Mexico, father-in law of Charles Lindbergh and namesake of Dwight Morrow High School
  • Eddie Murphy (born 1961), comedian and actor
  • Nypoleon (R&B singer), singer, songwriter, producer, actor born in Trinidad and moved to Englewood, NJ
  • Karen O (born 1978 as Karen Lee Orzoek), lead vocalist for the New York art punk band Yeah Yeah Yeahs
  • Roscoe Orman (born 1944), television personality Gordon on Sesame Street
  • Charles Osgood (born 1933), television personality
  • Clyde Otis (1924–2008), American music industry executive
  • Betsy Palmer (born 1929), actress
  • Bill Parcells (born 1941), NFL head coach, formerly of the New York Giants and New York Jets
  • Margaret Patrick (1913–1994), "Ebony" of Ebony and Ivory
  • Wilson Pickett (1941–2006), singer
  • Sarah Jessica Parker (born 1965), actress, best known for her starring role in HBO's Sex and the City
  • Clarke Peters (born 1952), actor; currently Det. Lester Freamon on HBO's The Wire
  • Aidan Quinn (born 1959), actor
  • Sylvia Robinson (born 1936), singer, record producer, and co-founder of Sugar Hill Records and All Platinum Records
  • Walter Schirra, Dwight Morrow H.S. graduate; Mercury, Gemini, Apollo Astronaut; Emmy winner
  • Al Sharpton resided here with his then-wife Kathy Jordan at the time of his campaigning for New York City mayor in 1997
  • Dick Shawn (born 1925, Buffalo, NY), actor, Broadway star, comedian, lived and raised children in Englewood for 30 years. Daughter, Wendy, married Joey Travolta, also of Englewood.
  • Brooke Shields (born 1965), actress
  • Upton Sinclair (1878–1968), author; established a commune called Helicon Home Colony in 1906 with proceeds from his novel The Jungle; it burned down in 1907
  • Darryl Smith (born 1962), Community Activist/Politician. Deputy Mayor, Seattle, Washington.
  • Sister Souljah (born 1964), rapper/activist
  • The Sugarhill Gang, first American hip hop group to record a record on wax, and hit the Top 40
  • Gloria Swanson (1897–1983), actress
  • Walter Scott Taylor, Sr., clergyman and first African-American mayor of Englewood
  • Susan Thomases (born 1944), attorney. She served as personal counsel and informal adviser to Hillary Clinton during the Clinton Presidency.
  • Tony Tolbert (born 1967), Former NFL Player Dallas Cowboys
  • Robert Torricelli (born 1951), former U.S. Senator; resided in Englewood throughout his career of elective political office
  • John Travolta (born 1954), actor
  • Alexander Buel Trowbridge (1929–2006), former United States Secretary of Commerce
  • Donald N.S. Unger (born 1962), Writer/Teacher. Author of "Men Can: The Changing Image and Reality of Fatherhood in America." Lecturer in the Program in Writing and Humanistic Studies at MIT.
  • Ron Villone (born 1970), MLB player for the Seattle Mariners, San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Brewers, Cleveland Indians, Cincinnati Reds, Colorado Rockies, Houston Astros, Pittsburgh Pirates, Florida Marlins, New York Yankees, St. Louis Cardinals, and the Washington Nationals
  • Bob Weinstock (1928–2006), founder of Prestige Records
  • Leslie West (born 1945), musician, singer and guitarist of Mountain
  • Matt White (born 1980), singer-songwriter
  • Eric Williams, singer and member of Blackstreet
  • Bill Willoughby (born 1957), former NBA basketball player was the first NBA player drafted out of high school when he was selected by the Atlanta Hawks in 1975


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