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Category One: Blood Relations

Olivia de Havilland (American actress) is the sister of Joan Fontaine (American actress) FBR/full

Shirley MacLaine (American actress) is the sister of Warren Beatty (American actor and film director) FBR/full

Charlie Sheen (American actor) is the brother of Emilio Estevez (American actor) FBR/full

James Arness (American actor) is the brother of Peter Graves (American actor) FBR/full

Steve Forrest (American actor) is the brother of the late Dana Andrews (American actor) FBR/full

Talia Shire (American actress) is the sister of Francis Ford Coppola (American film director) FBR/full

June Havoc (American actress) is the sister of the late Gypsy Rose Lee (American burlesque queen) FBR/full

Howard Nemerov (former American poet laureate) is the brother of the late Dianne Arbus (American photographer) FBR/full

Ann Landers (American advice columnist) is the sister of Abigail Van Buren (American advice columnist) FBR/full

George Sanders (British-American actor) was the brother of Tom Conway (British-American actor) FBR/full

Peter Marshall (American actor and TV game show host) is the brother of the late Joanne Dru (American actress) FBR/full

Larry Hagman (American actor) is the son of the late Mary Martin (American actress and singer) FBR/half

Melanie Griffith (American actress) is the daughter of Tippi Hedren (American actress) FBR/half

Gwyneth Paltrow (American actress) is the daughter of Blythe Danner (American actress) FBR/half

Carrie Fisher (American actress and screenwriter) is the daughter of Debbie Reynolds (American actress) FBR/half

Angelina Jolie (American actress) is the daughter of Jon Voight (American actor) FBR/half

Kate Hudson (American actress) is the daughter of Goldie Hawn (American actress) FBR/half

Mark Harmon (American actor) is the son of Elyse Knox (American actress) FBR/half

Dinah Manoff (American actress) is the daughter of Lee Grant (American actress) FBR/half

Isabella Rossellini (Italian-born actress) is the daughter of the late Ingrid Bergman (Swedish-American actress) FBR/half

Jennifer Ehle (British actress) is the daughter of Rosemary Harris (British actress) FBR/half

Natasha Richardson (British actress) is the daughter of Vanessa Redgrave (British actress) FBR/half

Anne Archer (American actress) is the daughter of Marjorie Lord (American actress) FBR/half

Jennifer Jason Leigh (American actress) is the daughter of the late Vic Morrow (American actor) FBR/half

Dina Merrill (American actress) is the daughter of the late E.F. Hutton (leading American stockbroker) FBR/half

Mia Farrow (American actress) is the daughter of the late Maureen O'Sullivan (American actress) FBR/half

Cokie Roberts (American TV personality) is the daughter of the late Hale Boggs (U.S. congressman and House leader) FBR/half

Ann Taylor Fleming (American TV essayist) is the daughter of the late Don Taylor (American actor and film director) FBR/half

Jerry Lee Lewis (American performer) is the first cousin of Jimmy Swaggart (American TV evangelist) FBR/half

Sissy Spacek (American actress) is the first cousin of Rip Torn (American actor) FBR/half

Leslie Nielsen (American actor) is the nephew of the late Jean Hersholt (American actor) FBR/half

Nicolas Cage (American actor) is the nephew of Francis Ford Coppola (American film director) FBR/half

Bruce Dern (American actor) is the nephew of the late Archibald MacLeish (American poet and playwright) FBR/half

Arthur Levitt, Jr. (former Securities and Exchange Commission chairman) is the nephew of the late Ethel Merman (American actress and singer) FBR/half

John Foster Dulles (U.S. secretary of state under Eisenhower) was the nephew of Robert Lansing (secretary of state under Wilson) FBR/half

Marcel Duchamp (French Dada painter) was the half brother of Jacques Villon (French painter) FBR/half

Hernando Cortez (Spanish conqueror of Mexico) was the first cousin of Francisco Pizarro (Spanish conqueror of Peru) FBR/half

Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (U.S. treasury secretary under Franklin Roosevelt) was the nephew of Herbert Lehman (New York governor and political leader) FBR/half

Lawrence Summers (U.S. treasury secretary under Bill Clinton) is the nephew of Paul Samuelson (American economist and Nobel laureate) FBR/half

V.M. Molotov (Russian foreign minister and aide to Stalin) was the nephew of Alexander Scriabin (Russian composer and pianist) FBR/half

Karl Marx (political philosopher and communist) was the nephew of Lion Philips (capitalist and founder of giant Philips Electric) FBR/half

Oliver Heaviside (British physicist famous for radio transmission theory) was the nephew of Charles Wheatstone (British scientist and noted inventor) FBR/half

Charles Darwin (British scientist) was the grandson of Josiah Wedgwood (British potter and inventor) FBR/fourth

Agnes de Mille (American ballerina and choreographer) was the granddaughter of Henry George (American economist and founder of the Single-Tax movement) FBR/fourth

Ann Baxter (American actress) was the granddaughter of Frank Lloyd Wright (American architect) FBR/fourth

Jason Patric (American actor) is the grandson of the late Jackie Gleason (American actor and comedian) FBR/fourth

Geraldine Chaplin (American actress) is the granddaughter of the late Eugene O'Neill (American playwright) FBR/fourth

Marisa Berenson (American actress) is the granddaughter of the late Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian fashion designer) FBR/fourth

Cesar Romero (American actor) was the grandson of Jose Marti (Cuban patriot and revolutionary leader) FBR/fourth

John Foster Dulles (U.S. secretary of state under Eisenhower) was the grandson of John Watson Foster (secretary of state under Benjamin Harrison) FBR/fourth

Aaron Burr (U.S. senator, vice president, and malefactor) was the grandson of Jonathan Edwards (leading New England theologian) FBR/fourth

Robert McCormick (American publisher and owner of the Chicago Tribune) was the grandson of Joseph Medill (newspaper publisher, a founder of the Republican party, and mayor of Chicago) FBR/fourth

Dina Merrill (American actress) is the granddaughter of the late Charles Post (producer of Postum and Post Toasties) FBR/fourth

Jean-Paul Sartre (French philosopher and novelist) was the first cousin once removed of Albert Schweitzer (German theologian and medical missionary) FBR/fourth

Charles Darwin (British scientist and father of evolution) was the half-first cousin of Sir Francis Galton (British scientist and father of eugenics) FBR/fourth

Joseph Alsop (American journalist) was the grandnephew of Theodore Roosevelt (American president) FBR/fourth

John Gielgud (British actor) was the grandnephew of Ellen Terry (British stage actress) FBR/fourth

Boris Karloff (American actor) was the grandnephew of Anna Leonowens (of Anna and the King of Siam fame) FBR/fourth

Ralph Vaughn Williams (British composer) was the grandnephew of Charles Darwin (British scientist) FBR/fourth

Steve Ballmer (Computer industry executive) is the second cousin of the late Gilda Radner (American TV personality) FBR/fourth

Ernie Banks (baseball MVP) is the second cousin of O.J. Simpson (football MVP and malefactor) FBR/fourth

Jessamyn West (American author) was the second cousin of Richard Nixon (American president) FBR/fourth

Zachary Taylor (American president) was the second cousin of James Madison (American president) FBR/fourth

Black Elk (famous Sioux holy man) was the second cousin of Crazy Horse (Sioux chief and warrior) FBR/fourth

Barbara Tuchman (American historian) was the granddaughter of Henry Morgenthau, Jr. (U.S. treasury secretary under Franklin Roosevelt) FBR/fourth

Friedrich Hayek (Austrian economist and Nobel laureate) was the second cousin of Ludwig Wittgenstein (Austrian language philosopher) FBR/fourth

Dolley Madison (American first lady) was the first cousin once removed of Patrick Henry (American Revolutionary patriot) FBR/fourth

Joseph Alsop (American journalist) was the first cousin once removed of Eleanor Roosevelt (American first lady and diplomat) FBR/fourth

Phillip Mountbatten (consort to Queen Elizabeth II) is the first cousin once removed of the late Nicholas Romanov (last czar of Russia) FBR/fourth

Elizabeth Tudor (Queen Elizabeth I ) was the first cousin once removed of Mary Stuart (ill-fated last queen of Scotland) FBR/fourth

Olivia Newton-John (Australian singer) is the granddaughter of the late Max Born (German-British physicist and Nobel laureate) FBR/fourth

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Orson Bean (American actor) is the third cousin of the late Calvin Coolidge (American president) FBR/eighth

Brooke Shields (American actress) is the second cousin once removed of Glenn Close (American actress) FBR/eighth

William T. Sherman (Union Civil war general) was the third cousin of P.T. Barnum (American circus impresario) FBR/eighth

Helena Bonham Carter (British actress) is the great-granddaughter of the late Herbert Asquith (British prime minister) FBR/eighth

Camilla Parker Bowles (mistress of Prince Charles) is the great-granddaughter of the late Alice Keppel (mistress of King Edward VII) FBR/eighth

Gilbert Melville Grosvenor (National Geographic publisher) was the great-grandson of Alexander Graham Bell (American inventor) FBR/eighth

Thomas Hunt Morgan (American geneticist and Nobel laureate) was the great-grandson of Francis Scott Key (composer of the American national anthem) FBR/eighth

Thomas Jefferson (American president) was the second cousin once removed of John Marshall (Supreme Court Chief Justice) FBR/eighth

Kiri Te Kanawa (New Zealand opera singer) is the great-grandniece of the late Arthur Sullivan (British composer of operettas) FBR/eighth

Elizabeth Mountbatten (Queen Elizabeth II) is the first cousin twice removed of the late Nicholas Romanov (last czar of Russia) FBR/eighth

Ulysses S. Grant (American president) was the first cousin three times removed of Judy Garland (American actress and singer) FBR/sixteenth

Oliver Wendell Holmes (American author and poet) was the third cousin once removed of John Adams (American president) FBR/sixteenth

Thomas E. Dewey (New York governor and twice presidential candidate) was the third cousin once removed of Orville and Wilbur Wright (inventors of the airplane) FBR/sixteenth

Harry Truman (American president) was the great-great-grandnephew of John Tyler (American president) FBR/sixteenth

George Washington (American president) was the half-first cousin twice removed of James Madison (American president) FBR/sixteenth

Martin Van Buren (American president) was the third cousin twice removed of Theodore Roosevelt (American president) FBR/thirty-second

Ulysses S. Grant (American president) was the fourth cousin once removed of Franklin Roosevelt (American president) FBR/thirty-second

Zachary Taylor (American president) was the fourth cousin once removed of Robert E. Lee (Confederate general) FBR/thirty-second

Charles Goodyear (inventor of vulcanized rubber) was the fourth cousin once removed of Ulysses S. Grant (American president) FBR/thirty-second

Benjamin Bradlee (former editor of The Washington Post) is the third cousin three times removed of the late Victoria Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (Queen Victoria of England) FBR/sixty-fourth

Herman Melville (American author and poet) was the fifth cousin once removed of Louisa May Alcott (American author) FBR/sixty-fourth

Johnny Carson (American entertainer) is the fifth cousin once removed of the late Richard Nixon (American president) FBR/sixty-fourth

Samuel Morse (inventor of the telegraph) was the half-third cousin twice removed of Eli Whitney (inventor of the cotton gin) FBR/sixty-fourth

Wallis Warfield Simpson (Duchess of Windsor) was the sixth cousin of Jesse James (American outlaw) FBR/sixty-fourth

Henry Thoreau (American author, philosopher, and naturalist) was the sixth cousin of Ulysses S. Grant (American president) FBR/sixty-fourth

Harriet Beecher Stowe (American author) was the fifth cousin once removed of Ralph Waldo Emerson (American essayist and poet) FBR/sixty-fourth

George Bush (former American president) is the second cousin four times removed of the late "Wild Bill" Hickok (American frontier marshall and gunfighter) FBR/sixty-fourth

Lady Antonia Fraser (British author and historian) is the first cousin five times removed of the late Neville Chamberlain (British prime minister) FBR/sixty-fourth

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