List of Famous people born in Liechtenstein
Christina "Tina" Weirather is a retired Liechtensteiner World Cup alpine ski racer. She won a bronze medal in Super-G for Liechtenstein at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang.
Benjamin Büchel is a Liechtensteiner professional footballer who plays for FC Vaduz in the Swiss Super League. He plays as a goalkeeper.
Alexander Wilhelm Armin Kellner is a Brazilian geologist and paleontologist who is a leading expert in the field of studying pterosaurs. His research has focused mainly on fossil reptiles from the Cretaceous Period, including extinct dinosaurs and crocodylomorphs.
Andreas Wenzel is a former World Cup alpine ski racer from Liechtenstein, active from 1976 to 1988. Born in Planken, he was the overall World Cup champion in 1980, the same season in which his older sister Hanni won the women's overall title. He also won two season titles in the combined event, in 1984 and 1985.
Karl Ludwig Ernst von Sulz
Josef Gabriel Rheinberger was an organist and composer, born in Liechtenstein and resident in Germany for most of his life.
Gerard Batliner was a political figure from Liechtenstein.
Otmar Hasler was the Prime Minister of Liechtenstein from 5 April 2001 to 25 March 2009.
Markus Büchel was a former head of government of Liechtenstein.
Franz Josef Hoop was a political figure from Liechtenstein.
Wolfgang Haas is the first archbishop of the Archdiocese of Vaduz in Liechtenstein. He previously held the position of Bishop of Chur from 1990 to 1997.
Adrian Hasler is a politician from Liechtenstein and the current Prime Minister of Liechtenstein.
Martin Büchel is a Liechtenstein footballer, who currently plays for FC Red Star Zürich in Switzerland.
Dr. Alexander Frick was a political figure from Liechtenstein.
Hans Brunhart is a political figure from Liechtenstein. Brunhart served as the head of government of Liechtenstein from 1978 to 1993.
Alfred J. Hilbe was a political figure from Liechtenstein.
Josef Ospelt was the first Prime Minister of Liechtenstein from 2 March 1921 to 27 April 1922.