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Josef Goebbels; Propaganda minister; Paul Josef Goebbels (Rheydt, Germany 29 October 1897 - 1 May 1, 1945).
Paulette Goddard, Actor, Pauline Marion Levy (Whitestone Landing, New York 3 June 1911 - 23 April 1990).
Arthur Godfrey, Entertainer; Arthur Morton Godfrey (New York City 31 August 1903 - 16 March 1983).
Lady Godiva, Wife of Leofric, Earl of Mercia, maiden name believed to be Grimal, side-saddle equestrian responsible for the phrases "Peeping Tom" and "Hooray for our side" (Coventry England, 1040c1080).
Missy Gold, Actor; Melissa Fisher (Great Falls, Montana 14 July 1970).
Tracey Gold, Actor; Tracey Claire Fisher (New York, New York 16 May 1969).
Rube Goldberg, Cartoonist and sculptor; Reuben Lucius Goldberg (San Francisco 4 July 1883 - 7 December 1970).
Whoopi Goldberg, Actor, Caryn Johnson (USA 1955). Otherwise Caren Johnson.
Jeff Goldblum, Actor; Jeff Lynn Goldblum (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 22 October 1952).
Jerry Goldsmith, Composer; Jerrald Goldsmith (Los Angeles, California 10 February 1929 - 21 July 2004).
Oliver Goldsmith, Dramatist; Oliver Goldsmith (1728-74).
Olivia Goldsmith, Novelist; Randy Goldfield (New York City 1949 - 15 January 2004). She changed her legal name to Justine Rendal and wrote under the pen name of Olivia Goldsmith. Birth year varies from 1949 to 1954.
Bobcat Goldthwait, Comedian; Robert Francis Goldthwait (Syracuse, New York 26 May 1962).
Samuel Goldwyn, Film Producer, Samuel Gelbfisch (1882-1974).
Arlene Golonka, Actor; Arline Golonka (Chicago, Illinois 23 January 1939).
Lefty Gomez, Baseball hall of famer; Vernon Louis Gomez (Rodeo, California 26 November 1908 - 17 February 1989).
Thomas Gomez, Actor; Sabino Tomas Gomez (New York, New York 10 July 1905 - 18 June 1971).
Pancho Gonzales, Tennis player, Richard Alonzo Gonzales, (USA, 1928).
Jane Goodall, Ethologist; Valerie Jane Goodall. She was once married to Baron Hugo van Lawick, making her the Baroness van Lawick-Goodall (London 3 April 1934).
B.F. Goodrich, Rubber entrepeneur; Dr. Benjamin Franklin Goodrich (Ripley, New York 4 November 1841 - 3 August 1888). Developed the tubeless tire.
Dody Goodman, Actor Dolores Goodman (Columbus, Ohio 28 October 1929). Some sources have Delores.
Ellen Goodman, Columnist; Ellen Holtz (Newton, Massachusetts 11 April 1941).
Sam Goody, Record store founder; Sam Gutowitz (New York 25 February 1904 - 8 August 1991).
Leo Gorcey, Actor; Leo Bernard Gorcey (New York City 3 June 1917 - 2 June 1969).
Gale Gordon, Actor ("Mr. Conklin-Our Miss Brooks"), Charles T. Aldrich Jr., (USA, 1906-1995).
Mary Gordon, Silents and Talkies Actor, Mary Gilmour, (Scotland, 1892-1963).
Ruth Gordon, Actor; Ruth Gordon Jones (Wollaston, Massachusetts 30 October 1896 - 28 August 1985).
Lesley Gore, Singer; Lesley Goldstein (New York 2 May 1946). She sang "It's My Party (And I'll Cry If I Want To).
Tipper Gore, US Second Lady; née Mary Elizabeth Aitcheson (Washington, DC 19 August 1948).
Maxim Gorky, Novelist; Alexei Maximovich Peshkov (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia 28 March 1868 - 17 June 1936).
Eydie Gorme, Singer; Edith Gormezano (New York, New York 16 August 1931).
Antony Gormley, Artist; Antony Mark David Gormley (London 30 August 1950).
Gorgeous George, Flamboyant wrestler, George Raymond Wagner, (USA, 1915-1963).
Arshile Gorky, Painter, Vosdanig Manoog Adoian, (Armenia, 1904-1948).
Marjoe Gortner, Evangelist and actor; Hugh Marjoe Ross Gortner (Long Beach, California 14 January 1944). Almost strangled by his own umbilical cord, the "miracle child" was named for Mary and Joseph. Ordained at four years old, he has been claimed to be the youngest minister.
André Gorz, Philosopher; Gerhard Hirsch, pen name Michel Bosquet (Vienna February 1923 - 22 September 2007).
Elliott Gould, Actor, Elliot Goldstein (1938).
Harold Gould, Actor; Harold V. Goldstein (Schenectady, New York 10 December 1923).
La Goulue (The Glutton), Moulin Rouge dancer, Louise Weber, (France, 1870-1929).
Goya, painter; Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (Fuendetodos, Spain 30 March 1746 - 16 April 1828).
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