Born in Australia, muralist, painter, biomedical visualization artist, and former Disney Imagineer. Retired in Paso Robles.
Equestrian competitor who performed in Canada, England, and the U.S. Qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Riding instructor/trainer at Twin Rivers Horse Park, Paso Robles.
Professional actor best known for his work on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Has done commercials as 'The Wine Man' for Paso Robles.
Long-time resident of Paso Robles, sang the National Anthem at President Ronald Reagan's inauguration in 1981.
Born in Denver, archaeologist in Colorado, a Beat who socialized with Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac, who was fictionalized as Chad King in On the Road. Lived in Paso Robles.
Former NFL player who purchased a 26-acre vineyard on the west side of Paso Robles in 2002 and began his label Terry Hoage Vineyards.
Russell "Rusty" Kuntz
Attended Paso Robles High School and Cuesta College, Major League Baseball outfielder. Played for the Chicago White Sox, Minnesota Twins, and Detroit Tigers.
Four-time Olympian who began her athletic career in Paso Robles, received one bronze Olympic medal and holds the record for American indoor high jump.
Iconic Hollywood actress and singer, spent the first night of her honeymoon with Joe DiMaggio at the Clifton Motel (now Clifton Apartments) in Paso Robles.
Star of silent films such as Flaming Youth (1923), successful investor, and designer of famous dollhouses. Moore retired in Templeton in 1972.
NFL linebacker who played at Paso Robles High School and Stanford and for the St. Louis Cardinals (1970-71 and 1972), Los Angeles Rams (1971), and Denver Broncos (1972). He died in Paso Robles.
Hampton John "Hamp" Pool
A graduate of Paso Robles High School, Pool was a football player, coach, and scout for two NFL championship teams and head coach for three professional teams.
Member of the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, Easy Company, WWII (Band of Brothers). A teacher & coach in Paso Robles. The 13th Street bridge is dedicated to him.
Pin-up girl, dancer, and actress during World War II. Retired in Paso Robles and created the Pioneer Players.
Hollywood actor, 33rd Governor of California (1967-75), and 40th President of the United States (1981-89). Made frequent public appearances in Paso Robles.
Renowned Hollywood actress who starred in films such as Singing in the Rain, owned a ranch in Creston.
Born in Paso Robles, Rhyne was a shortstop for the Pittsburg Pirates (1926-32), Boston Red Sox (1929-32), and Chicago White Sox (1933).
Hosted radio and TV shows, such as The Red Skelton Show. Trained at Camp Roberts and served in the U.S. Army during World War II. Has a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
Born in Paso Robles, Elena co-starred on the television series Marcus Welby, M.D. and has a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.
Pioneering film director and producer during both the silent and sound eras. Died at his ranch in Paso Robles in 1982.
Actor who was featured in over 250 TV shows and movies, lived on a ranch in Paso Robles as a long-time resident.