Famous People from San Bernardino, CA

San Bernardino is the home of amazing people and breath-taking gifts from Mother Nature. When you visit this area, you can stay lest assured that you will never lack something that conforms to your needs and preferences. However, did you know that this city has bred some of your favorite celebrities? Well, if you do not know, below are some famous people who call this city home.

  1. Walter knott

This is the man who founded the renowned Knott’s Berry Farm Theme Park. Apart from being a popular berry farmer, he was also a celebrated and successful entrepreneur. Together with Walt Disney, they founded Southern California Theme Parks in the mid-20th century. He was born, raised, and even lived in San Bernardino until his death 1981 at the age of 91.

  1. Bob Lemon

Bob Lemon is a baseball player of all time who was named the best high school player of the year in 1938. He is a legend in his own making, considering that his tactics and success is locked upon by upcoming baseball players.

He is a son of San Bernardino who spent all his career with the Cleveland Indians until he met his death in the year 2000 at the age of 79.

  1. Susie Feldman

She is a 36-year old model and TV personality who is celebrated all over America. She appeared on A&E’S The Two Coreys in 2007-2008 and has even modelled for reputable magazines such as the Playboy.

Apart from her career in modelling, she will be remembered for her active participation in different animal rights groups with her ex-husband Corey Feldman. She is a daughter San Bernardino will be proud of for eternity.

  1. Kurt Maloney

You probably know this hilarious comedian from the sketch comedy on a YouTube Channel dubbed “The Bath Boys” which has featured skits such as the “Penny Man.” This channel boasts over 160, 000 subscribers. He was born in San Bernardino, CA where the famous Bighorn Mountain is located.


  1. Mike Knox

Yes, this seasoned wrestler popularly known as Knux to his fans was born in San Bernardino County, California, the place where one of the most visited place San Bernardino National Forest lies. In the Impact zone wrestling, Mike Knox has won the heavyweight championship multiple times. He spent his childhood in this city before moving to Tampa, Florida.

  1. Aaron Barret

Aaron Barret is a famous songwriter and lead guitarist for the Band Reel Big Fish band which is known all over the world for songs such as “She can have a girlfriend now” and “Beer.” He is another legend that San Bernardino need to celebrate, not just as a star, but as one of their own.

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