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Hanson (surname)

Hansons

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Erik Hanson

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  • Frederick Hanson (late 20th century), Australian Commissioner of the New South Wales Police 1972–1976
  • Fritz Hanson (1914–1996), American-born Canadian football player

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  • Kristine Hanson (born 1951), American Playboy Playmate and television weather person
  • Kristy Hanson (born 1981), American singer-songwriter

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  • Marcy Hanson (born 1952), American Playboy Playmate and actress
  • Margus Hanson (born 1958), Estonian politician
  • Mark Hanson (born 1946), Presiding Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
  • Marla Hanson (born 1962), American screenwriter and ex-model
  • Martin Hanson (born 1971), Swedish football referee
  • Matt Hanson (born 1971), American author, film producer and film director
  • Mitchell Hanson, English football defender

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  • Ole Hanson (1874–1940), American real estate developer and politician

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  • Vic Hanson (1903–1982), American football and basketball player
  • Victor Davis Hanson (born 1953), American military historian and political essayist
  • Vince Hanson (1923–2009), American basketball player

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Fictional people

  • Tori Hanson, Wind Rangers character in the Power Rangers universe

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