Famous (non-game) People on the Geek
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We have a vast and growing database of people covering a huge variety of games. In amongst the cross-section of humanity, a few noble souls have slipped into the database that at first glance may surprise you.Recommend
Many of this contributors to the gaming world are artists or writers. There are separate GeekLists for these fine folk:
Famous (non-game) Artists on the Geek
Famous (non-game) Fiction Writers on the Geek
Comic Artists on the Geek
This GeekList gathers together everyone else famous that has been involved in various games, but who are not known primarily for their gaming work.
Criteria for inclusion:
Famous, a proxy for which is that they should be listed on Wikipedia.
Non-gaming, by which their claim to fame should not be for work on games.
Not primarily an artist; add these to Famous (non-game) Artists on the Geek.
Not primarily a fiction writer; add these to Famous (non-game) Fiction Writers on the Geek.
Game credits, by which they should be somehow linked to a board game, RPG, or video game.
Feel free to add more names to the list. People are sorted alphabetically.
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