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Artists / Performing Arts

Zvest Apollonio[?] (1935 - ) - painter and graphic artist.
Emerik Bernard[?] (1927 - ) - painter.
Janez Bernik[?] (1933 - ) - painter and graphic artist.
Janez Boljka[?] (1931 - ) - sculptor.
Bogdan Borčič[?] - painter and graphic artist.
Jože Ciuha[?] (1924 - ) - painter, graphic artist and illustrator.
Ivan Čargo[?] (1898 - 1958) - painter.
Avgust Černigoj[?] (1898 - 1985) - painter.
Riko Debenjak[?] (1908 - ) - painter and graphic artist.
Lojze Dolinar[?] (1893 - 1970) - sculptor.
Maks Fabiani[?] (1865 - 1962) - architect.
Ivan Grohar[?] (1867 - 1911) - painter.
Herman Gvardjančič[?] (1943 - ) - painter.
Božidar Jakac[?] (1899 - 1989) - painter, graphic artist and illustrator.
Rihard Jakopič[?] (1869 - 1943) - painter.
Matija Jama[?] (1872 - 1947) - painter.
Andrej Jemec[?] (1934 - ) - painter and graphic artist.
Zmago Jeraj[?] - painter, photographer and illustrator.
Boris Jesih[?] (1943 - ) - painter.
Zdenko Kalin[?] (1911 - 1990) - sculptor.
Boris Kobe[?] (1905 - 1981) - architect and painter.
Ivana Kobilca[?] (1861 - 1926) - paintress.
Rudolf Kotnik[?] (1931 - 1996) - painter.
Franc Kralj[?] (1895 - 1960) - painter.
Tone Kralj[?] (1900 - 1975) - painter.
Metka Krašovec[?] (1941 - ) - paintress and graphic artist.
Stanko Kristl[?] (1922 - ) - architect.
Janez Lenassi[?] (1927 - ) - sculptor.
Lojze Logar[?] (1944 - ) - painter and graphic artist.
Vladimir Makuc[?] (1925 - ) - painter and graphic artist.
Adriana Maraž[?] (1931 - ) - paintress and graphic artist.
France Mihelič[?] (1907 - 1998) - painter and graphic artist.
Miran Mihelič[?] (1925 - ) - architect.
Edo Mihevc[?] (1911 - 1985) - architect.
Pia Mlakar[?] (1908 - 2000) - ballerina and choreographer.
Pino Mlakar[?] (1907 - ) - ballet dancer and choreographer.
Miki Muster[?] (1925 - ) - illustrator.
Marko Mušič[?] (1941 - ) - architect.
Zoran Mušič[?] (1909 - ) - painter.
Jožef Petkovšek[?] (1861 - 1898) - painter.
Veno Pilon[?] (1896 - 1970) - painter.
Štefan Planinc[?] (1925 - ) - painter, graphic artist and illustrator.
Jože Plečnik[?] (1872 - 1957) - architect.
Marjan Pogačnik[?] - painter ang graphic artist.
Marij Pregelj[?] (1913 - 1967) - painter and illustrator.
Edo Ravnikar[?] (1907 - 1993) - architect.
France Rotar[?] (1933 - ) - sculptor.
Jakob Savinšek[?] (1922 - 1961) - sculptor.
Maksim Sedej[?] (1909 - 1974) - painter.
Savin Sever[?] (1927 - ) - architect.
Hinko Smrekar[?] (1883 - 1942) - painter and illustrator.
Lojze Spacal[?] (1907 - 2000) - painter.
Matej Sternen[?] (1870 - 1949) - painter.
Gabrijel Stupica[?] (1913 - 1990) - painter.
Vladimir Šubic[?] - architect.
Slavko Tihec[?] (1928 - 1993) - sculptor.
Jože Tisnikar[?] (1928 - 1998) - painter.
Jožef Tominc[?] (1790 - 1866) - painter.
Fran Tratnik[?] (1881 - 1957) - drawer and painter.
Drago Tršar[?] (1927 - ) - sculptor.
Marjan Tršar[?] - painter and graphic artist.
Lujo Vodpivec[?] (1951 - ) - sculptor.
Ivan Vurnik[?] (1884 - 1971) - architect and town planner.
See list: List of Slovenian painters[?]

Authors

Vladimir Bartol[?] (1903 - 1967) - author
Ivan Bevk[?] (1890 - 1970) - author
Ivan Cankar[?] (1876 - 1918) - author, poet, storyteller, dramatist and essayist.
Mate Dolenc[?] (1945 - ) - author.
Janez Jalen[?] (1891 - 1966) - author.
Drago Jančar[?] (1948 - ) - author and dramatist.
Josip Jurčič[?] (1844 - 1881) - author.
Lovro Kuhar[?] (1893 - 1950) - author.
Fran Levstik[?] (1831 - 1887) - author.
Vladimir Levstik[?] (1886 - 1957) - author and translator.
Anton Tomaž Linhart[?] (1756 - 1795) - dramatist and historian.
Florjan Lipuš[?] (1937 - ) - author.
Mira Mihelič[?] (1912 - 1985) - author.
France Prešeren[?] (1800 - 1849) - poet.
Miha Remec (1928 - ) - author.
Anton Martin Slomšek[?] (1800 - 1862) - bishop, author, poet and national regenerator.
Josip Stritar[?] (1836 - 1923) - poet, author and editor.
Ivan Tavčar[?] (1851 - 1923) - author, lawyer and politician.
Janez Trdina[?] (1830 - 1905) - author.
Primož Trubar (1508 - 1586) - Protestant reformer and author.
Ilka Vašte[?] (1891 - 1967) - author.
See list: List of Slovenina language poets[?]

Inventors

Jurij Nardin[?] (1877 - 1959) - physicist and inventor.
Janez Puh[?] (German Johannes Puch[?]) (1862 - 1914) - inventor, innovator, industrial designer and manufacturer.
Janez Auguštin Puhar (1814 - 1864) - priest, photographer, painter and poet - invented a photography on the glass in 1842.
Edvard Rusjan[?] (1886 - 1911) - pilot and aeronavtic pioneer.
Miroslav Štumberger[?] - marine officer and rocket engineer - developed a rocket motor[?] driven by liquid fuel[?] in 1923-1925.

Motion Pictures, Radio, & Television

Vinci Vogue Anžlovar[?] (1963 - ) - film director.
Miha Baloh[?] (1928 - ) - actor.
Ivo Ban[?] (1949 - ) - actor.
Matija Barl[?] (1940 - ) - actor.
Jože Bevc[?] (1925 - ) - film director.
Polde Bibič[?] (1933 - ) - actor.
Demeter Bitenc[?] (1922 - ) - actor.
Metka Bučar[?] (1903 - ) - actress.
Boris Cavazza[?] (1939 - ) - actor.
Janez čuk[?] (1933 - 1964) - actor.
František Čap[?] (1913 - 1972) - film director.
Avgusta Danilova[?] (1869 - 1958) - actress, director and pedagogue.
Ferdo Delak[?] (1905 - 1968) - actor, film and theatre director, dramatist and publicist.
Nataša Dolenc[?] - Radio and TV narrator.
Štefka Drolc[?] - (1923 - ) - actress and pedagogue.
Veronika Drolc[?] - actress.
Vojko Duletič[?] (1924 - ) - film director, montage editor and scenarist.
Tone Fornezzi Tof[?] - comedian.
Metka Gabrijelčič[?] - (1934 - ) - actress.
Jože Gale[?] (1913 - ) - actor, film director and pedagogue.
Karpo Godina[?] (1943 - ) - film director, cameraman and montage editor.
Nataša Barbara Gračner[?] - actress.
Jurij Gustinčič[?] - TV journalist and narrator.
Andrej Hieng[?] (1925 - ) - storyteller, dramatist, film director and stage editor.
Boštjan Hladnik[?] (1929 - ) - film director, scenarist and montage editor.
Janez Hočevar Rifle[?] (1941 - ) - actor and professor.
Olga Kacjan[?] (1952 - ) - actress.
Jani Kavčič[?] (1923 - ) - film director.
France Kosmač[?] (1922 - 1974) - poet, film director and publicist.
Rudi Kosmač[?] (1932 - 1981) - actor.
Damjan Kozole[?] (1964 - ) - film director and scenarist.
Tajda Lekše[?] - TV journalist.
Jure Longyka[?] - Radio journalist.
Bogdan Lubej[?] (1960 - ) - actor.
Mojca Mavec[?] - TV journalist.
Miša Molk[?] - TV journalist and producent.
Jure Pervanje[?] (1940 - ) - film director and director of photography.
Nataša Pirc[?] - TV journalist.
Duša Počkaj[?] (1924 - 1982) - actress.
Jože Pogačnik[?] (1932 - ) - film director and scenarist.
Radko Polič Rac[?] (1942 - ) - actor.
Lojze Potokar[?] (1902 - 1964) - actor, theatre director.
Majda Potokar[?] (1930 - 2001) - actress.
Igor Pretnar[?] (1924 - 1977) - film and theatre director.
Ali Raner[?] (1934 - ) - actor.
Rajko Ranfl[?] (1937 - ) - film and TV director and scenarist.
Janko Ravnik[?] (1891 - 1982) - film director, pianist, composer, pedagogue and photographer.
Tanja Ribič[?] - actress and singer.
Ita Rina[?] (1907 - 1979) - actress.
Brane Rončel[?] - TV and Radio musical editor.
Lojze Rozman[?] (1930 - 1997) - actor.
Stane Sever[?] (1914 - 1970) - actor, theatre director and professor.
Franci Slak[?] (1953 - ) - film and TV director and scenarist.
Bert Sotlar[?] (1921 - 1992) - actor.
France Štiglic[?] (1919 - 1993) - film director.
Tugo Štiglic[?] (1946 - ) - film director.
Bojan Stupica[?] (1910 - 1970) - film director, stage actor and scene manager.
Jernej Šugman[?] - actor.
Zlatko Šugman[?] (1932 - ) - actor.
Matjaž Tanko[?] - TV journalist.
Anton Tomašič[?] (1937 - ) - TV and film director.
Polona Vetrih[?] - actress.
Boštjan Vrhovnik[?] (1949 - ) - film director.
Jane Weber[?] - Radio musical editor.
Ewelyne Wohlfeiler[?] (1951 - ) - actress.
Jože Zupan[?] (1909 - 1980) - actor.
Milena Zupančič[?] (1946 - actress.
Jonas Žnidaršič[?] actor and TV journalist.

Musicians / Composers

Bojan Adamič[?] (1912 - ) - composer and conductor.
Slavko Avsenik (1949 - ) - composer and musician.
Vilko Avsenik[?] - composer and musician.
Helena Blagne Zaman[?] (1963 - ) - singer.
Ciril Cvetko[?] (1920 - 1999) - composer, conductor, pedagogue and publicist.
Marjana Deržaj[?] - singer.
Tomaž Domicelj[?] (1948 - ) - composer, musician and singer.
Jakob Gallus Petelin (1550 - 1591) - composer and conductor.
Radovan Gobec[?] (1909 - ) - composer, conductor and choirmaster.
Drago Golob[?] (1937 - ) - oboist.
Jani Golob[?] (1948 - ) - composer and violinist.
Ditka Haberl[?] (1937 - ) - singer.
Lado Jakša[?] (1947 - ) - composer and photographer.
Urban Koder[?] (1928 - ) - composer, conductor and jazz trumpet player.
Jani Kovačič[?] - composer, musician and singer.
Marjan Kozina[?] (1907 - 1965) - composer.
Lado Leskovar[?] - singer.
Marijan Lipovšek[?] (1910 - 1995) - composer, pianist, pedagogue and musical essayist.
Marjana Lipovšek[?] (1946 - ) - opera singer, mezzo-soprano.
Janez Lipušček[?] (1914 - 1965) - opera singer, tenor.
Robert Pešut Magnifico[?] - composer and singer.
Alfi Nipič[?] - singer.
Tomaž Pengov[?] - composer, musician and singer.
Oto Pestner[?] - composer, musician and singer.
Jože Privšek[?] (1937 - 1998) - composer and musician.
Majda Sepe[?] - singer.
Mojmir Sepe[?] (1930 - ) - composer and musician.
Adi Smolar[?] - composer, musician and singer.
Alojz Srebotnjak[?] (1931 - ) - composer.
Karmen Stavec (1973 - ) - musician and singer.
Andrej Šifrer[?] - composer, musician and singer.
Dubravka Tomšič Srebotnjak[?] (1940 - ) - pianist and musical pedagogue.
Marta Zore[?] - musician and singer.
Dečo Žgur[?] composer, musician, singer and musical producent.

National Traitors[?]

Franc Frakelj[?] - member of collaborational White Guard - 2nd World War war criminal (never convicted, died in Canada).
Leon Rupnik[?] (1880 - 1946) - general, commander of collaborational Slovenian home guard - 2nd World War war criminal (convicted, executed by shooting).

Political Leaders[?]

Janez Drnovšek (1950 - ) - 1st premier of the independent Slovenia, 3rd president of Slovenia 2003 - 2008.
Zmago Jelinčič Plemeniti[?] (1948 - ) - leader of the Slovenian national party (SNS).
Edvard Kardelj Sperans (1910 - 1979) - politician and statesman.
Boris Kidrič[?] (1912 - 1953) - politician, statesman and economist.
Milan Kučan[?] (1941 - ) - 1st and 2nd president of the independent Slovenia 1991 - 2002.

Scholars

Scientists

Robert Blinc[?] (1933 - ) - physicist.
Ivan Bratko[?] (1946 - ) - computer scientist.
Srečko Brodar[?] (1893 - 1987) - palaeontologist.
Andrej Čadež[?] - astrophysicist.
Lavo Čermelj[?] (1889 - 1980) - physicist.
JAnez Demšar[?] (1971 - ) - computer scientist.
Irena Dogsa[?] (1957 - ) - psychologist
Davorin Dolar[?] (1921 - ) - chemist.
Franjo Dominko[?] (1903 - 1987) - astronomer.
Janez Dular[?] (1943 - ) - philologist and sociolinguist.
Peter Fajfar[?] (1943 - ) - constructional scientist.
France Forstnerič[?] (1958 - ) - mathematician.
Ivan Gams[?] (1923 - ) - geographer.
Josip Globevnik[?] (1945 - ) - mathematician.
Ljubo Golič[?] (1932 - ) - chemist.
Igor Grabec[?] (1939 - ) - physicist.
Peter Gosar[?] (1923 - ) - physicist.
Milan Grošelj[?] (1902 - 1979) - classical philologist.
Pavel Grošelj[?] (1883 - 1940) - biologists and belletrist.
Ludvik Gyergyek[?] (1922 - ) - electrical engineer.
Dušan Hadži[?] (1921 - ) - chemist.
Svetozar Ilešič[?] (1907 - 1985) - geographer.
Anton Janežič[?] (1828 - 1869) - Slavist and grammarian.
Gabrijel Kernel[?] (1932 - physicist.
France Kidrič[?] (1880 - 1950) - literary historian.
Jernej Kopitar[?] (1780 - 1844) - philologist.
Aleksandra Kornhauser[?] (1926 - ) - chemist.
Peter Kozler (1824 - 1879) - lawyer, geographer, cartographer, politician and manufacturer.
Alojz Kralj[?] (1937 - ) - electrical engineer.
Ivan Kuščer[?] (1918 - 1979) - physicist.
Ivo Lah (1896 - 1979) - mathematician.
Janez Levec[?] (1943 - ) - chemist.
Tine Logar[?] (1916 - 2002) - philologist and dialectologist.
Anton Melik (1890 - 1966) - geographer.
Drago Meze[?] (1926 - ) - geographer.
Franc Miklošič (1813 - 1891) - philologist.
Anton Moljk[?] (1916 - 1998) - physicist.
Rajko Nahtigal[?] (1877 - 1958) - philologist.
Milan Natek[?] (1933 - ) - geographer.
Karel Oštir[?] (1888 - 1973) - philologist.
Janez Peklenik[?] (1926 - ) - technical scientist.
Drago Perko[?] (1961 - ) - geographer.
Anton Peterlin (1907 - 1993) - physicist.
Josip Plemelj (1873 - 1967) - mathematician.
Bogdan Povh[?] (1932 - ) - physicist.
Jože Povšič[?] (1907 - 1985) - mathematician.
Herman Potočnik Noordung (1892 - 1929) - pioneer of astronautics and cosmonautics, and rocket engineer.
Friderik Pregl (1869-1930) - chemist, Nobel prize for chemistry 1923.
Ivan Prijatelj[?] (1875 - 1937) - literary historian.
Ivan Rakovec[?] (1899 - 1985) - geologist and palaeontologist.
Fran Ramovš[?] (1890 - 1952) - philologist and dialectologist.
Pavla Ranzinger[?] - astronomer.
Marij Rebek[?] - chemist.
Jakob Rigler[?] (1929 - 1985) - philologist.
Mitja Rosina[?] - physicist.
Simon Rutar[?] (1851 - 1903) - historian, geographer, archaeologist and geologist.
Maks Samec[?] (1844 - 1889 - chemist.
Branko Stanovnik[?] (1938 - ) - chemist.
Jožef Stefan (1835 - 1893) - physicist and mathematician.
Janez Strnad (1934 - ) - physicist and populariser of natural science.
Milan Šifrer[?] (1928 - ) - geographer.
Ivan Štalec[?] (???? - 1994) - mathematician.
Stane Suhadolnik[?] (1919 - 1992) - philologist.
Miha Tišler[?] (1926 - ) - chemist.
Miha Tomaževič[?] (1942 - ) - constructional scientist.
France Tomšič[?] (1905 - 1975 ) - philologist.
Jože Toporišič[?] (1926 - ) - philologist.
Anton Trstenjak[?] (1906 - 1996) - psychologist and theologian.
Janez Vajkard Valvasor (1641 - 1693) - nobleman and polymath.
Alojzij Vadnal[?] (1910 - 1987) - mathematician.
Jurij Vega (1754 - 1802) - mathematician and officer.
Ivan Vidav (1918 - ) - mathematician.
Milan Vidmar (1885 - 1962) - electrical engineer, chess player and chess theorist.
Valentin Vodnik[?] (1758 - 1819) - poet, journalist, philologist.
Egon Zakrajšek (1941 - 2002) - mathematician and computer scientist.
Boštjan Žekš[?] (1940 - ) - physicist.
Slavoj Žižek (1949 - ) - sociologist, philosopher and cultural critic.

See lists: Slovenian mathematicians, Slovenian physicists[?].

Sports Personalities[?]

Vili Ameršek[?] - football player.
Brigita Bukovec[?] (1970 - ) - athlete, Olympic athlete.
Miro Cerar[?] (1939 - ) - gymnast, Olympic athlete.
Ivo Daneu[?] - basketball player.
Slavko Duščak[?] - basketball player.
Urška Hrovat[?] - alpine skier, Olympic athlete.
Vinko Jelovac[?] - basketball player.
Srečko Katanec[?] - football player and selector, Olympic athlete.
Jure Košir[?] - alpine skier, Olympic athlete.
Robert Kranjec[?] - alpine ski jumper.
Bojan Križaj[?] (1957 - ) - alpine skier, Olympic athlete.
Tina Maze[?] - alpine skier.
Bogdan Norčič[?] - alpine ski jumper.
Brane Oblak[?] - football player
Bruno Parma[?] (1941 - ) - chess player.
Primož Peterka[?] - alpine ski jumper, Olympic athlete.
Rok Petrovič[?] (1966 - 1993) - alpine skier.
Vasja Pirc[?] (1907 - 1980) - chess player.
Špela Pretnar[?] - alpine skier.
Mladen Rudonja - football player.
Boris Strel[?] - alpine skier, Olympic athlete.
Martin Strel (1954 - ) - ultra marathon swimmer.
Mateja Svet[?] (1968 - ) - alpine skier, Olympic athlete.
Leon Štukelj[?] (1898 - 1999) - gymnast, Olympic athlete.
Miran Tepež[?] - alpine ski jumper, Olympic athlete.
Peter Vilfan[?] - basketball player.
Zlatko Zahovič[?] - football player.
Jure Zdovc[?] - basketball player, Olympic athlete.
Matjaž Zupan[?] - alpine ski jumper, Olympic athlete.
Peter Žonta[?] - alpine ski jumper.
Aljoša Žorga[?] - basketball player.

Other Personalities

Lado Ambrožič Novljan[?] - partisan's general.
Tončka Čeč[?] (1896 - 1943) - national heroine.
Ivan Kramberger[?] (1936 - 1992) - charitable man.
Franc Leskošek Luka[?] (1897 - 1983) - partisan's commandant, national hero and politician.
Rudolf Maister (1874 - 1934 ) - general and poet.
Franc Rozman Stane (1911 - 1944) - partisan's commandant and national hero.
Tone Tomšič[?] (1910 - 1942) - communist and national hero.

See also: List of people by nationality | List of famous Slavs.



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