Not all of them were born here, but these famous people called Butte, Montana their home.
Former Griz great Colt Anderson, shown here with the Buffalo Bills, heads out of the tunnel before a game in 2018. He was born in Butte in 1985.
Rudy Autio, artist, was born in Butte in 1926.
Dashiell Hammett, author of "The Maltese Falcon" and one of the most influential mystery writers of all time, was born in Butte in 1894.
Robert "Evel" Knievel was born in Butte in 1938. Over the course of his career, he attempted more than 75 ramp-to-ramp motorcycle jumps.
Stunt motorcyclist Robbie Knievel, son of stunt motorcyclist Robert "Evel" Knievel, was born in Butte in 1962.
Mary MacLane was a writer who thrived on shocking the status quo during the turn of the 20th century, when her family lived in Butte.
Mike Mansfield was a politician and diplomat. Though he was born in Brooklyn, Mansfield worked as a "mucker" and shoveled ore and other waste in the copper mines of Butte for eight years.
Kathlyn Williams was born in Butte in 1879. She began her career onstage in there, and was sponsored by local copper magnate William A. Clark to study acting in New York City.
Martha Raye was an American comic actress and singer who performed in movies, and later on television. She was born in Butte in 1916.
Rob O'Neill, during his time as a United States Navy SEAL, participated in May 2011's Operation Neptune Spear with SEAL Team Six, O'Neill was the subject of controversy for claiming to be the sole individual to kill Osama bin Laden.
Born in New Hampshire in 1860, Haskell moved to Butte and became Montana's first woman to be licensed as a lawyer, the first woman notary public, and the first woman to run for Montana State Attorney General.
Judy Martz was an Olympic speed-skater and Montana's first and only woman governor.
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