• Mitch Margo

    Mitchell Stuart Margo (May 25, 1947 – November 24, 2017) was an American singer and songwriter.

  • Mitch Listau

    Mitch Listau

    Mitch Listau is an American basketball player from Waunakee, Wisconsin who plays as a point guard. He committed to play for the Belmont Bruins basketball team.

  • Mitch Hewitt

    Mitch Hewitt

    Mitch Hewitt is an American football player from New Berlin, Wisconsin who plays as a weak-side defensive end.

  • Mitch Laurence

    Mitch Laurence

    Mitch Laurence is a fictional character from the ABC daytime soap opera One Life to Live . He was portrayed by Roscoe Born from 1985 to 1987 and again from 2002 to 2003. Born returned from November 9, 2009, to April 6, 2010. Born reappeared again during the series finale prison break storyline on January 3, 2012.

  • Mitch Markowitz

    Mitch Markowitz is an American screenwriter best known for writing the film Good Morning, Vietnam . He also wrote the movie Crazy People . His television credits include MASH , Van Dyke and Company , Best of the West , Report To Murphy , What's Happening?,Buffalo Bill ,Monk , andToo Close For Comfort , among others.

  • Mitch Escanellas

    Mitch Escanellas (born 19 June 1973) is a Puerto Rican fencer. She competed in the women's individual épée event at the 1996 Summer Olympics.

  • Mitch Cahalane

    Mitch Cahalane

    Mitch Cahalane (born 5 May 1989) is an Australian rugby league player who most recently played for Halifax in the Kingstone Press Championship. He plays as a Prop.

  • Mitch Maletic

    Mitch Maletic

    Mitch Maletic is an American soccer player from Springfield, Ohio who plays as a midfielder.

  • Mitch Taylor

    Mitchell Taylor (born March 31, 1973) is an American former basketball player who played college basketball at Auburn University before transferring to Southern University in 1992. In his time with the Southern Jaguars basketball program, Taylor accomplished two notable achievements that have been included in the official National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I men's basketball record book. The first is by making 12 three-point shots in a single game, something that only 14 players in history have accomplished at the Division I level through the 2012–13 season. Taylor achieved the feat on December 1, 1994 against Baptist Christian University in which he also scored 48 points. His other accomplishment is being the officially recognized season three-pointers made per game leader in his junior season in 1994–95; in 25 games he made 109 threes, which was good for a nation-leading 4.36 per game. He sustained an eye injury in early 1995, and his production and playing time declined thereafter.

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