List of Andorrans
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People from Andorra who are notable include:
- Joan Benlloch i Vivó (1864-1926), bishop of Urgell and Catalan co-prince, wrote Andorra's national anthem.
- Boris de Skossyreff (1896-1989), a Russian émigré, self-proclaimed "Boris I, King of Andorra" in 1934, before the Catalan Co-prince intervened to restore order.
- Julià Reig Ribó (1911-1996), general councillor for the Valles de Andorra from 1948 to 1949 and general syndic from 1960 to 1978.
- Alex Antor (born 1979), Andorran alpine skier who represented Andorra at the 2006 Winter Olympics.
- Ana Arce (1964-), Photographer and former skip of Andorra's curling team.
- Marc Bernaus (1977-), Andorran footballer
- Jaume Bartumeu Cassany (1954-), lawyer, Head of Government candidate for the Social Democratic Party (Andorra), head of the parliamentary opposition
- Lluís Claret (1951-), cellist.
- Julian Vila Coma, Ambassador to the United Nations.
- Juli Fernández (1974-), Andorran footballer
- Marc Forné Molné, Head of Government of Andorra from 1994 to 2005.
- Melissandre Fuentes, (1988-) Andorran figure skater.
- Hocine Haciane, Andorran swimmer at the 2004 Summer Olympics.
- Koldo (1970), Andorran footballer born in Vitoria-Gasteiz.
- Josep Carles Laínez (1970-), writer and journalist. He lives in Encamp and writes for the newspaper El Periòdic d'Andorra.
- Ildefons Lima (1978), Andorran footballer
- Juli Minoves Triquell (1969-), minister, diplomat, writer.
- Albert Pintat, (1943-) Head of Government of Andorra since 2005
- Oscar Sonejee (1976-), Andorran footballer
- Anonymous, Andorran band
- Marta Roure, Andorran singer
- Stéphanie Jiménez, high altitude athlete
References[change | edit source]
- James Barron, "From Tiny Andorra to the U.N. Center Stage". The New York Times, 22 September 2006.