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Oct 21 2010
1 Roy Halladay, pitcher Toronto Blue Jays and Philadelphia Phillies 96242
2 Katherine Heigl, from Grey's Anatomy, Knocked Up, and The Ringer (not active) 35260
3 Glenn Beck, politically-conservative talk-radio and television host 14746
4 Brandon Flowers, Frontman of The Killers 14117
5 David Archuleta, runner-up in American Idol (season 7) >[link]</ref> 9676
6 A.J. Cook, actress 7359
7 Stephenie Meyer, author of Twilight, New Moon, Eclipse, Breaking Dawn, and The Host 6541
8 Amy Adams (not active) 6094
9 Neon Trees, American post-punk revival band. All members are practicing Mormons. 5675
10 Paul Walker, actor 5409
11 Harry Reid, senate majority leader, (D-Nevada) 4512
12 Jon Heder, film actor known for playing title role in Napoleon Dynamite 4357
13 Dennis Eckersley, Hall of Fame pitcher 3481
14 Aaron Eckhart, actor 3056
15 Mitt Romney, presidential candidate (R) (2008). Governor of Massachusetts, (2003–2007) 2901
16 Jack Morris, All-Star and World Series hero with the Detroit Tigers 2852
17 Steve Young, Quarterback, San Francisco 49ers 2709
18 Kaskade, American deep house DJ 2657
19 Donny Osmond, singer, star of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat 2477
20 Marie Osmond, singer, businesswoman {{cite news |url=http://transcripts.cnn.com/TRANSCRIPTS/0005/30/lkl.00.html 2436
21 Orson Scott Card, author working in several genres, but primarily known for his science fiction work. Hugo Award and the Nebula Award winner for Ender's Game and Speaker for the Dead 2150
22 John Browning was a notable gun designer. Many of his designs are still in production today. 1816
23 Wilford Brimley, actor 1790
24 Philo T. Farnsworth, inventor of the Cathode Ray television 1756
25 Ken Jennings, Author of Brainiac and Ken Jenning's Trivia Almanac and winner of 74 straight Jeopardy matches. 1686
26 Don Bluth, Animator, creator of The Land Before Time, The Secret of NIMH, and An American Tale. {{cite web 1657
27 Gladys Knight, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer 1526
28 Brendon Urie, Lead singer of Panic! At the disco 1341
29 Chelsie Hightower, American Dancer, former finalist of So You Think You Can Dance and cast member of Dancing With The Stars 1294
30 Jared Murillo, dancer in High School Musical, backup dancer and ex-boyfriend of Ashley Tisdale, member of boy band VFactory 1175
31 Tracy Hickman, Co-author of the popular fantasy series Dragonlance. 1141
32 Shawn Bradley, center, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Nets and Dallas Mavericks 1091
33 Brandon Sanderson, author of Elantris, Mistborn and Alcatraz Versus the Evil Librarians, and designated author to complete The Wheel of Time series. 1090
34 Austin Collie, Wide Receiver, Indianapolis Colts 1014
35 Harmon Killebrew, first baseman Hall of Famer for the Minnesota Twins 989
36 Ty Detmer, Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback 987
37 Merlin Olsen, Hall of Fame, defensive tackle, Los Angeles Rams. 927
38 Sean Salisbury, Quarterback, Minnesota Vikings and others 926
39 Annette Haven, pornographic actress (not active) 884
40 The Jets (band) a 1980s pop group 873
41 Haloti Ngata, Defensive Tackle, Baltimore Ravens 845
42 Andy Reid, Head Coach, Philadelphia Eagles 810
43 Dale Murphy, outfielder Atlanta Braves 753
44 Timothy B. Schmit, bassist for Poco and The Eagles. 753
45 Pat Priest, actress, most well known for portraying Marilyn Munster in The Munsters 713
46 Anne Perry, British historical novelist; author of both the William Monk and Thomas Pitt series, among many other books. 684
47 John Beck, Quarterback 644
48 Billy Barty, actor 644
49 Kevin Rahm, star of Jesse, Judging Amy and Desperate Housewives 617
50 Grant Wilson, one half of the Ghost Hunters team of paranormal investigators. 614
51 Chief Justice Christine M. Durham, Utah Supreme Court (since 1982) 612
52 Randy Bachman, guitarist and founder of The Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. 611
53 Jon Huntsman, Sr. 599
54 James Valentine, guitarist for Maroon 5 597
55 Johnny Whitaker, actor, most famous for 1960s TV show, Family Affair 558
56 Orrin Hatch, senator (R-Utah) 556
57 La Monte Young, Composer 553
58 Gutzon Borglum, sculptor most noted for the heads of U.S. presidents on Mount Rushmore<!-- No longer living so not subject to WP:BLP --> 550
59 Danny Ainge, guard, Boston Celtics, Phoenix Suns, Portland Trail Blazers and Sacramento Kings 523
60 Glen A. Larson, television writer and producer, creator of Battlestar Galactica and Knight Rider 521
61 Larry Scott, the first Mr. Olympia (1965). 495
62 Ed "Big Daddy" Roth, artist, car customizer, creator of Rat Fink character 489
63 J. Willard Marriott 488
64 Brent Scowcroft, Three-star USAF general (retired) and National Security Advisor under Presidents Gerald Ford and George H. W. Bush 474
65 Christian Jacobs, lead singer of The Aquabats under the pseudonym "The MC Bat Commander" 443
66 Todd Heap, Tight End, Baltimore Ravens 440
67 Ed Parker, born Edmund Kealoha Parker (March 19, 1931–December 15, 1990) was an American martial artist, promoter, teacher, and author. The Father of American Kenpo. 430
68 Cael Sanderson, 2004 Gold medal, undefeated NCAA champion. 425
69 Kiowa Gordon actor who portrays Embry Call in The Twilight Saga: New Moon 418
70 George W. Romney, former chairman and president of American Motors Company 416
71 Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Orchestra at Temple Square, Bells on Temple Square, and Temple Square Chorale - the official music groups on Temple Square (NOTE: these groups aren't official music groups of the Church, but, rather the Church "sponsors" them) 410
72 Yukihiro Matsumoto, a Japanese computer scientist and software programmer best known as the chief designer of the Ruby programming language 410
73 Jeff Kent, second basemen Los Angeles Dodgers 387
74 Ezra Taft Benson, United States Secretary of Agriculture (1953–61) 370
75 Mireille Enos, Tony award-nominated actress 370
76 Gary Herbert, governor of Utah 360
77 Gordon Jump, actor from WKRP in Cincinnati and the Maytag repair man 358
78 Israel Folau, Melbourne Storm player in National Rugby League 347
79 Brooke White, top 5 contestant in American Idol (season 7) 344
80 Justice Dallin H. Oaks, retired Utah Supreme Court justice, U.S. Supreme Court short list, LDS apostle 342
81 Gordon Gee, president of Ohio State University 320
82 Johnny Miller 303
83 Hayley Palmer, New Zealand swimmer and holder of 3 New Zealand swimming records. 301
84 Jimmy Osmond, of The Osmonds 294
85 Vai Sikahema, Special Teams, Philadelphia Eagles 292
86 Jeffrey R. Holland, commissioner of church education; Brigham Young University president (1980–1989) 291
87 Henry B. Eyring, president of Ricks College (1972–77), associate professor of business at Stanford University, Sloan visiting faculty fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 285
88 Billy Casper </ref> 271
89 Rulon Gardner, 2000 Gold medalist 266
90 Dean Jagger, Oscar-winning actor. 256
91 David Neeleman, founder of JetBlue Airways and Azul Brazilian Airlines 253
92 Tom Udall, senator (D-New Mexico) 250
93 David A. Bednar, president of Brigham Young University-Idaho (1997–2005) 245
94 Jaret Wright, Pitcher New York Yankees 239
95 Brandon Mull, author of the "Fablehaven" series and the "Candy Shop War" 235
96 LaVell Edwards, Head Coach, Brigham Young University 221
97 Mark Madsen, power forward–center, Los Angeles Lakers/Minnesota Timberwolves 221
98 Mike Leavitt, governor (R) Utah; secretary of U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services and former administrator of U.S. Environmental Protection Agency {{cite web |url=http://www.pbs.org/mormons/faqs/politics.html |title=Mormons and Politics 219
99 Ma'a Nonu, a New Zealand rugby union player who plays for the Wellington Hurricanes and the All Blacks. 216
100 Larry Bagby, star of Walk The Line, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and Hocus Pocus 216
101 Jim Matheson, representative (D-Utah) 211
102 Henry Eyring, former professor of chemistry at Princeton University and the University of Utah 206
103 Kiki Vandeweghe, an All-Star with the Denver Nuggets, Portland Trail Blazers and New York Knicks. 206
104 Alan Osmond, of The Osmonds 205
105 Ervil LeBaron 204
106 Mike Crapo, senator (R-Idaho) 193
107 Richard Swett, representative (D) New Hampshire (1991–95); U.S. Ambassador to Denmark (1998–99) 189
108 Larry H. Miller, businessman and owner of the Utah Jazz 188
109 James Dashner, author of The 13th Reality and The Maze Runner series' 187
110 Sidney Rigdon 184
111 Alvino Rey, inventor of the pedal steel guitar 172
112 Kaycee Stroh, actress/dancer in High School Musical, High School Musical 2, and High School Musical 3: Senior Year 170
113 Jason Chaffetz, representative (R-Utah) 167
114 Jake Garn, senator (R) Utah (1974–93) 165
115 Harvey Fletcher, head of physical research at Bell Laboratories, developed modern science of acoustics. He was the first to demonstrate stereophonic transmission and stereophonic recording. In 1939 while working with Leopold Stokowski, he presented a concert featuring stereophonic recording to a capacity crowd in Carnegie Hall in New York. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir was heard singing in three dimension [link] to this vast audience 164
116 Torah Bright, 2007 X Games gold medalist and 2010 Winter Olympics Gold medalist 163
117 Arthur Kane, of The New York Dolls 163
118 Stewart Udall, secretary of interior (1961–69); representative (D) Arizona (1955–61) 162
119 Todd Christensen, Tight End, Los Angeles Raiders [http://www.meridianmagazine.com/sports/021004raider.html Todd Christensen: Raider in the Booth 161
120 Corbin Allred, actor, former child star 158
121 Bobby Crosby, shortstop >[link]</ref> Oakland Athletics 156
122 The 5 Browns, Sibling concert pianists (Desirae, Deondra, Gregory, Melody & Ryan) [link]</ref> 149
123 Merrill Osmond, of The Osmonds 144
124 Vern Law, pitcher Cy Young Award winner with the Pittsburgh Pirates 143
125 Shannon Hale, Newbery Honor recipient for her book Princess Academy. 142
126 Eric Weddle, Safety, San Diego Chargers 141
127 Lani Misalucha, Manila-born, Las Vegas-based pop singer. 140
128 Wally Joyner, first baseman former California Angels player 140
129 Reed Smoot, senator (R) Utah (1903–1933) 140
130 Tom Chambers, All-Star forward with the Phoenix Suns. 140
131 Spencer Larsen, Fullback, Denver Broncos 139
132 Carmen Rasmusen, Canadian-American country music artist who ranked sixth on the second season of American Idol in 2003 138
133 Leonard Boswell, representative (D-Iowa), Community of Christ {{cite web |url=http://www.votesmart.org/bio.php?can_id=384 |title=Representative Leonard L. Boswell (IA) 136
134 Thurl Bailey, forward, Utah Jazz 135
135 Jeff Flake, representative (R-Arizona) 133
136 Wally Herger, representative (R-California) 133
137 Brandon Manumaleuna, Tight End, San Diego Chargers 129
138 John Hopoate, Australian representative and now retired player, played in National Rugby League for clubs such as Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles, Wests Tigers and the Northern Eagles 128
139 Wayne Osmond, of The Osmonds 123
140 Dean Heller, representative (R-Nevada) 123
141 Will Swenson, actor in The Singles Ward, Sons of Provo, and The Singles 2nd Ward 121
142 Scot Pollard, center who played for the Sacramento Kings, Indiana Pacers and Boston Celtics 121
143 Tita - Milton Queiroz da Paixao - Soccer player in Brazil (Flamengo and Brazilian National Team) 120
144 Darrell Bevell, current offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings 120
145 Deuce Lutui, Guard, Arizona Cardinals 119
146 Jeremy Guthrie, pitcher 118
147 Eni Faleomavaega, nonvoting representative (American Samoa) [link]</ref> 116
148 Ben Cahoon, Slotback, Montreal Alouettes 113
149 Mike Simpson, representative (R-Idaho) 112
150 James E. Talmage, scholar, scientist, and elected to life membership in several learned societies. 111
151 David M. Kennedy, secretary of treasury (1969–71); ambassador to NATO (1972–73) 111
152 David Whitmer 109
153 Gene Fullmer middleweight boxing champion 105
154 Kirby Heyborne, actor in The Last Chapter and TV shows Team" and Free Ride. >[link]</ref> 105
155 Mike Stoker, actor/firefighter, best known from Emergency!. 103
156 Brady Poppinga, Linebacker, Green Bay Packers 99
157 Carol Lynn Pearson, poet, author and playwright 98

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