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Lon

Lon or LON may refer to:

People

  • Alice Lon (1926–1981), singer and dancer on the Lawrence Welk Show
  • Lon Boyett (born 1953), American football player
  • Lon Chaney, Jr. (1906–1973), American character actor
  • Lon Chaney, Sr. (1883–1930), American actor during the age of silent films
  • Lon Fuller (1902–1978), American legal philosopher
  • Lon Milo Duquette (born 1948), American writer, lecturer, and occultist
  • Lon Horiuchi (born 1954), accused sniper in the Ruby Ridge shootings and the Waco standoff
  • Lon McCallister (1923–2005), American actor
  • Lon McEachern, poker analyst on The World Series of Poker
  • Lon Myers (1858–99), American world-record-setting runner
  • Lon Nol (1913–1985), Cambodian politician, served as Prime Minister of Cambodia and Defence Minister
  • Lon Simmons, American baseball and football broadcaster
  • Lon Warneke (1909–1976), American Major League Baseball pitcher

Fictional characters

  • Lon Cohen, a character in the Nero Wolfe novels by Rex Stout
  • Lon Suder, a character on the television series Star Trek: Voyager
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