These Are The Most Famous Residents of Each Twin Cities Suburb

These statistics are based on the most WIkipedia'd resident of each Minnesota Suburb.

Let's start with the two biggest cities: Minneapolis and St. Paul:

Minneapolis: Singer, Songwriter, and Legend Prince

St. Paul: Conjoined Twins Abigail and Brittany Hensel

Here are some of the other famous residents of the other suburbs:

Apple Valley: Actress Briana Brown

Arden Hills: Acting FBI Director in 1987 John E. Otto

Bloomington: Director, Producer and Screenwriter David Ayer

Brooklyn Center: Politician Donald M. Fraser

Brooklyn Park: Liberty University Dean Dave Brat

Burnsville: Olympic Skiier Lindsay Vonn

Colombia Heights: Philanthropist Earl Bakken

Cottage Grove: "American Pie" Actor Seann William Scott

Crystal: Hockey Coach Todd Richards

Eagan: Broadway Actress Laura Osnes

Eden Prairie: Football Player Kenny Stills

Falcon Heights: Filmmaker and LGBT Film Historian Jenni Olson

Fridley: Actress and Singer Brooke Elliott

Hopkins: Model and TV Presenter Samantha Harris

Long Lake: Politician Mark Dayton

Maple Grove: Governor Jesse Ventura

Minnetonka: Columnist David Carr

New Brighton: Pro Ice Hockey Player Scott Bjugstad

New Hope: Motivational Speaker "The Scary Guy"

Orono: Pro Hockey Player Zach Parise

Osseo: Excelsior Celebrity Jimmy Hutmaker

Plymouth: Senator Amy Klobuchar

Robbinsdale: Pro Wrestler "Ravishing" Rick Rude

Roseville: Actor and Producer Richard Dean Anderson

Savage: Figure Skater Kirsten Olson

Shakopee: Marine Corps Leiutenant General Jack Bergman

Vadnais Heights: Professional Ice Hockey Player Justin Braun

Wayzata: Football Player John Laurinatis

White Bear Lake: Pro Wrestler Jim Brunzell

Woodbury: YouTuber Nick Pitera

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