2 Winston Duke(Actor)
3 Stokely Carmichael(Political activist)
Stokely Carmichael was a significant part of the American civil rights movement and the worldwide Pan-African movement. He was associated with the Black Panther Party and the All-African People's Revolutionary Party. The Black Power movement leader later adopted the name Kwame Ture and traveled extensively through Africa.
4 Dwight Yorke(Football Player)
5 Billy Ocean(Recording Artist)
Billy Ocean is a recording artist who achieved popularity in the 1980s when he became the most famous Trinidad–British R&B singer. Over the years, he has also been one of the most prominent supporters of the Rastafari movement. In the 2020 New Year Honours, Billy Ocean was appointed MBE for services to music.
6 Lorraine Toussaint(Actress)
7 Heather Headley(Singer)
Trinidadian-American singer-actor Heather Headley is best known for her Tony- and Drama Desk-winning performance in the musical Aida. The Northwestern University drop-out was also part of the theatrical version of Whitney Houston’s movie The Bodyguard and won a Grammy for her gospel album Audience of One.
8 Sunil Narine(cricketer)
9 Geoffrey Holder(Actor)
10 Dwayne Bravo(Cricketer)
11 Haddaway(Singer, Musician)
12 Kieron Pollard(Cricketer)
13 Kenwyne Jones(Association football player)
14 Trevor McDonald(Journalist)
Trevor McDonald is a Trinidadian-British journalist and newsreader. Over the years, he has been contributing to the success of the Independent Television News' (ITN) Broadcast News division, working as its news presenter. In the 1999 Birthday Honours, McDonald was appointed Knight Bachelor for his services to journalism. At the 2011 BAFTA TV Awards, he was honored with a BAFTA fellowship.
15 C. L. R. James(Historian)
C. L. R. James, also known as J. R. Johnson, was born in Trinidad and proved himself to be a talented cricketer and high-jump athlete in college. He later took to writing and taught, too, eventually becoming a leading historian. He also delved into Marxist politics and cricket writing.
16 Darren Bravo(Cricketer)
17 Michael X(Civil rights activist, Revolutionary)
18 Eric Williams(Politician)
19 Hazel Scott(Jazz Pianist)
20 Ato Boldon(Athletics competitor)
21 Ian Hanomansing(Journalist)
22 Stern John(Association football player)
23 Adande Thorne(YouTuber)
Adande Thorne is a Trinidadian-American animator, YouTuber, comedian, and actor. Thorne came into prominence in 2016 when he became one of the three people to interview US President Barack Obama. A popular YouTuber, Thorne was honored at the 2016 Streamy Awards. He is also a professional gamer and has competed in the Championship Gaming Series, representing the Los Angeles Complexity.
24 Swoozie(YouTube Star)
25 Jillionaire(Disc jockey)
26 Keshorn Walcott(Javelin thrower)
Keshorn Walcott is a Trinidadian athlete who participates in the javelin throw. In 2012, he became the first Caribbean male athlete to win an Olympic gold medal in a throwing event. He is also the youngest Olympic gold medalist in men's javelin, having won the medal at the age of 19 years and 131 days.
27 Robin Singh(All-rounder Cricketer)
28 Naz Mitrou-Long(Basketball player)
Canadian shooting guard/point guard Naz Mitrou-Long is best known for his stint with the Italian Lega Basket Serie A team Germani Brescia. Once named the 7th-best Canadian player, he has also played for the Sacramento Kings. The son of a Trinidadian father and a Greek-Canadian mother, he also has a basketball player brother.
29 Gary Goodridge(Mixed martial artist)
30 Mighty Sparrow(Vocalist, Songwriter)
31 Kamla Persad-Bissessar(Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago)
Kamla Persad-Bissessar is a Trinidadian and Tobagonian politician who served as the prime minister of Trinidad and Tobago from 2010 to 2015. Kamla is Trinidad and Tobago's first female prime minister, leader of the opposition, and attorney general. In 2011, she was named the world's 13th most influential female leader by Time magazine.
32 George Padmore(Writer, Journalist)
33 Lord Kitchener(Calypsonian)
34 George Maxwell Richards(Former President of Trinidad and Tobago)
35 A. N. R. Robinson(3rd President of Trinidad and Tobago and Lawyer)
36 Learie Constantine(Cricketer)
37 Hasely Crawford(Athletics competitor)
38 Jason Scotland(Association football player)
39 Kertson Manswell(Boxer)
40 Tony Martin(Academic, Writer)
41 Anthony Carmona(Judge)
42 Sam Selvon(Writer)
43 Joey Haywood(Basketball Player)
Joey Haywood is a Trinidadian-Canadian basketball player who represented Trinidad and Tobago at the 2010 Centrobasket. Dubbed The King Handles due to his ball-handling expertise, Haywood has appeared in several NBL Canada Finals; he has received two Canadian of the Year Awards. Joey Haywood has also acted in films and aspires to pursue an acting career after retiring from basketball.