List of people from New Rochelle, New York

This list includes notable people who were born in New Rochelle, New York, or lived there for a significant period of time.

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  52. ^ New Rochelle Opera presents an April 17th concert honoring Robert Merrill
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  92. ^ Joan Tower
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