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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 Tupac Shakur (1971–1996), global rapping legend from all around the San Francisco Bay Area 41636
2 Bruce Lee (1940–1973) 30633
3 Clint Eastwood (b. 1930), director, actor, producer 15428
4 Mark Twain, author 15366
5 Cho, Margaret (b. 1968) 14748
6 Robin Williams, actor 14702
7 Oscar Wilde, spent 1882 there 13911
8 Brown, Jerry (b. 1938), politician 13473
9 O. J. Simpson (b. 1947) 11382
10 David Fincher (b. 1962), director 11202
11 Carlos Santana (b. 1947), rock, blues, and salsa guitarist and singer 10264
12 Nancy Pelosi (b. 1940) Speaker of the United States House of Representatives 8882
13 Jim Jones (1931–1978), Cult leader 8649
14 Courtney Love (b. 1964), singer and actress 8283
15 Joe DiMaggio (1914–1999), (Baseball Hall of Fame) 7603
16 Liev Schreiber (b. 1967), actor 7179
17 William Randolph Hearst (1863–1951), newspaper magnate & publisher 7155
18 Robert Frost (1874–1963), American poet 6845
19 Sharon Stone, actress 6762
20 Kari Byron (b. 1974), television personality 6466
21 Natalie Wood (1938–1981), actress 5706
22 Robert Louis Stevenson, (from 1879–1880) 5706
23 Barry Bonds (b. 1964), holds the all-time Major League home run record 5586
24 Rob Schneider (b. 1963), actor 5107
25 Alicia Silverstone (b. 1976), actress 5107
26 Francis Ford Coppola, film director 5041
27 Michael Savage, conservative radio personality 4823
28 Maya Angelou, poet 4726
29 Bonet, Lisa (b. 1967), actress 4466
30 Jack London (1876–1916), American writer 4326
31 Kirk Hammett (b. 1962), lead guitarist for rock band Metallica 4238
32 Breyer, Stephen (b. 1938), jurist 4073
33 Jerry Garcia (1942–1995) psychedelic and folk-rock guitarist and singer 4073
34 Harvey Milk, former city supervisor of San Francisco 3996
35 Ansel Adams (1902–1984), photographer 3760
36 Anne Rice, author 3669
37 Danny Glover (b. 1946), actor 3536
38 Cheech Marin, actor 3313
39 Cliff Burton (1962–1986), bass guitarist for rock band Metallica 3283
40 Gavin Newsom (b.1967) Current Mayor of San Francisco 3271
41 Linda Perry, lead singer of 4 Non Blondes 3266
42 Barbara Eden (b. 1934), actress 3169
43 Mann, Leslie (b. 1972) 3102
44 Bratt, Benjamin (b. 1963), actor 2934
45 Blanc, Mel (1908–1989), voiceover actor 2864
46 Jason Kidd, NBA player 2698
47 Vanessa Carlton, singer 2683
48 Robert McNamara (1916–2009), former Secretary of Defense 2337
49 Danielle Steel, author 2140
50 Isadora Duncan (1877–1927), "mother" of Modern dance 2083
51 Carol Channing, actress and comedian 2064
52 Huey Lewis (b. 1950), rock singer, raised in Marin County. 1968
53 Ambrose Bierce, journalist and author 1959
54 Aisha Tyler (b. 1970), actress 1757
55 Dianne Feinstein (b. 1933), San Francisco's first female mayor (1978–1988) and U.S. Senator since 1992 1701
56 Tucker Carlson (b. 1969), television political commentator and host 1677
57 Johnny Mathis (b. 1935), pop singer 1609
58 Bixby, Bill (1934–1993), actor 1594
59 Shirley Jackson (1916–1965) 1567
60 David Strathairn (b. 1949), actor 1500
61 Tedy Bruschi (b. 1973) former NFL linebacker for the New England Patriots 1490
62 Prior, Mark (b. 1975) 1342
63 Amy Tan, author 1335
64 Kevin Rose, founder, digg.com 1330
65 Krystal Jung (b. 1994), a member of pop group f(x) 1324
66 Chris Columbus, film director 1308
67 The Residents, Avant-Garde music and visual arts group 1228
68 Laird Hamilton (b. 1964), surfer 1218
69 Daniel Handler (b. 1970), better known as Lemony Snicket 1210
70 Emperor Norton, notable local eccentric 1025
71 Kevin Cheng (b. 1969), actor and singer 1015
72 Gary Snyder (b. 1930), poet 892
73 Kevin Woo (b. 1991), member of Korean boygroup U-Kiss 889
74 Naomi Wolf (b. 1962), writer 855
75 George Hearst, politician 830
76 Allen, Gracie (1895–1964), comedian 820
77 Clifford Geertz (1926–2006), anthropologist 804
78 Lincoln Steffens (1866–1936), journalist 793
79 Brown, Pat (1905–1996), politician 790
80 Richard Serra (b. 1939), minimalist sculptor and video artist 774
81 Matt Nathanson, singer/musician 762
82 Cheerleader Melissa, pro wrestler 748
83 Craig Newmark (b. 1951), founder of Craigslist. 738
84 Gurbaksh Chahal, (b. 1982), award winning entrepreneur, founder BlueLithium, ClickAgents, and gWallet 713
85 Melrose Bickerstaff, runner-up of America's Next Top Model, Cycle 7, signed with Storm Model Management 708
86 Keith Hernandez (b. 1953), 702
87 Jonny Gomes (b.1980), Cincinnati Reds Outfielder 694
88 Donald Fisher, (b. 1928), co-founder of the Gap clothing company. 586
89 Abigail Folger, (1943–1969), Folgers coffee heiress 585
90 Willie Brown, former San Francisco Mayor 555
91 Mike Holmgren (b. 1948), former NFL head coach for the Green Bay Packers and the current president of the Cleveland Browns 548
92 Caspar Weinberger (1917–2006), former Secretary of Defense 492
93 Mike Bordin (b. 1962), drummer for Faith No More and Ozzy Osbourne 490
94 Paul Kantner (b. 1941), rock musician and co-founder of the band Jefferson Airplane 484
95 Armistead Maupin (b. 1944), American writer 472
96 Vince Guaraldi (1928–1976), Jazz musician and pianist 458
97 Paul Bostaph (b. 1964) heavy metal drummer 455
98 Cindy Herron (b. 1961), R&B singer 432
99 Bobby Bonds (1946–2003), right fielder 414
100 China Kantner (b. 1971), actress 381
101 Ross Valory (b. 1949), bass player for many bands but most notably for Journey 368
102 Philip Kaufman, film director 356
103 Stuart Whitman (b. 1928), actor 348
104 Martin Yan, television chef 322
105 Johnny Miller (b. 1947), former professional golfer and a leading golf commentator for NBC Sports 303
106 Michael Moritz (b. 1954), venture capitalist at Sequoia Capital. 298
107 Brooks Orpik (b. 1980), NHL player for the Pittsburgh Penguins. 294
108 Jim Fregosi (b. 1942), player and manager 294
109 The Mitchell brothers, Jim and Artie, adult industry pioneers 284
110 Gary Holt (b. 1964), thrash metal guitarist 260
111 Dom DiMaggio (b. 1917) 254
112 Nyjer Morgan (b.1980), Washington Nationals Outfielder 250
113 Levitin, Daniel (b. 1957) 244
114 Laurence Yep (b. 1948), Asian-American writer 241
115 Wayne Wang, film director 239
116 Gordon Getty (b. 1934), oil philanthropist and composer 229
117 Mervyn LeRoy (1900–1987), director, producer, actor 225
118 Mandy Cho (b. 1982), actress 222
119 Jeremy McGrath (b. 1971), MX rider 215
120 Jay Ward (1920–1989), creator and producer of animated TV series 209
121 Joseph Staten writer (Halo: Contact Harvest) 208
122 Tony Lazzeri (1903–1946) (Baseball Hall of Fame) 200
123 Joe Cronin (1906–1984), (Baseball Hall of Fame) 195
124 Herb Caen, newspaper columnist 184
125 Theresa Sparks (b. 1949), CEO of multimillion-dollar sex toy company, Good Vibrations 133
126 Frankie Crosetti, (1910–2002), shortstop and coach 128
127 Abe Attell, (b. 1884), world Featherweight champion 125
128 Jackie Jensen (1927–1982), (also in the College Football Hall of Fame) 118
129 Greg Errico (b. 1946) drummer for many bands but most notably for Sly & the Family Stone 115
130 James Lick, real estate investor 115
131 Robert Wartenberg, neurologist 115
132 Ng, Melissa (b. 1972) 110
133 Ken Venturi (b. 1931), former professional golfer 110
134 Beatrice Wood (1893–1998), ceramicist 110
135 Phoebe Hearst, first woman Regent of the University of California 108
136 Marian and Vivian Brown, (b. 1927), socialites 105
137 Charlotte Smith Mailliard Swig Shultz (born ca. 1934), heiress, socialite 103
138 Midori, author and (kinky) sex educator 102
139 Tim Pagnotta (b. 1977), guitarist 88
140 Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, activists, first same-sex couple to get a marriage license in San Francisco 82
141 Walter Tevis (1928–1994), author 82
142 Victor Burgin, artist 82
143 Harry Heilmann (1894–1951), (Baseball Hall of Fame) 81
144 Willie Brown, (born 1934), Mayor of San Francisco, 1996–2004, Speaker of the California State Assembly, 1980–1995 80
145 Helen Zia (b. 1952), writer, journalist, and activist 74
146 Andrew Smith Hallidie, promoter of the first cable car line 72
147 Phillip Terry (1909–1993), actor 72
148 Joan Blackman (b. 1938), actress 71
149 Tina Root, ex-vocalist of the now defunct darkwave band Switchblade Symphony 66
150 Eddie Joost (b. 1916) 58
151 Larry Gonick (b. 1946), cartoonist 58
152 Babe Dahlgren, (1912–1996), 1st baseman 51
153 Lee, Gus (b. 1946) 50
154 Albert Abrams, (1863?-1924), inventor of medical equipment in the field of Electricity therapy 46
155 Tom Meschery (b. 1938) 46
156 Phil Smith (1952–2002) 46
157 Lewis Lapham, editor of Harper's 45
158 Charlie Sweeney (1863–1902) 44
159 Tyler Walker (b.1976), Washington Nationals Relief Pitcher 41
160 Dolph Camilli (1907–1997) 38
161 David Butler (1894–1979), film director, actor, writer and producer 36
162 William Chapman Ralston, founder of the Bank of California 33
163 William Ware Theiss (1930–1992), costume designer 32
164 Cecil Williams, pastor 32
165 Bob Elliott (1916–1966), 31
166 Kirke Mechem, composer 30
167 Andy Luckey (b. 1965), TV writer, producer, director 29
168 Gino Cimoli (b. 1929), outfielder </ref> 27
169 Carol Anne O'Marie (1933–2009), Roman Catholic nun, mystery fiction writer 27
170 Kent Ninomiya, journalist 27
171 Ester Hernandez (b. 1944), Chicana artist 24
172 Christopher Augustine Buckley ("Blind Boss" Buckley, 1845–1922), Democratic Party boss 23
173 Dan Chan (b. 1977), magician, juggler, pickpocket and acrobat 20
174 Clark Blaise, Canadian author 20
175 Joe DeMaestri (b. 1928) 18
176 Robert Alfred Theobald (1884–1957), US Navy Rear Admiral and author of The Final Secret of Pearl Harbor: The Washington Background of the Pearl Harbor Attack 18
177 Ping Bodie (1887–1961) 18
178 Joe Corbett (1875–1945) 18
179 Willie Kamm (1900–1988) 17
180 Tim Cullen, (b. 1942), infielder 17
181 Mike Vail (b.1951) 16
182 Fred Breining (b. 1955) RHP, San Francisco Giants (1980–1984) 15
183 Ben Fee, activist 15
184 Jacob Weisman (b. 1965), Publisher of Tachyon Publications 12
185 Joseph Flores, Governor of Guam. 12
186 Warren Eugene Brandon (1916–1977), painter 12
187 Kristina Olsen (b. 1957), folk singer-songwriter 11
188 William Harrington Leahy (1904-1986), US Navy Rear Admiral 9
189 Downs, Greg (b. 1971), writer 9
190 Ben Blank (c.1921–2009), television graphics innovator.<font color="blue">(B)</font> 8
191 Christi O'Connor (b. 1960), television journalist and host 8
192 William T. Shorey (1859–1919), First Black SF Sea Captain 8
193 James Millikin Bevans (1899-1977), US Air Force Major General 7
194 Maude Fay (1878–1964), operatic dramatic soprano 6
195 Arthur Wolcott Yates, U.S. Army general 5
196 Herb Gorman (1924–1953) 5

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