List of Famous people named Mathias
Mathias Döpfner is a German business executive and journalist, who is the CEO of media group Axel Springer SE and president of the Federation of German Newspaper Publishers (BDZV).
Mathias Fassou Pogba is a Guinean professional footballer who plays as a forward for Spanish club Racing Murcia FC.
Mathias Mester is a Paralympian athlete from Germany competing mainly in category F40 throwing events.
Mathias Rust is a German aviator known for his flight that ended with a landing near Red Square in Moscow on 28 May 1987. An amateur pilot, the then-teenager flew from Helsinki, Finland, to Moscow, being tracked several times by Soviet air defence and interceptor aircraft. The Soviet fighters did not receive permission to shoot him down, and his aeroplane was mistaken for a friendly aircraft several times. He landed on Bolshoy Moskvoretsky Bridge, next to Red Square near the Kremlin in the capital of the Soviet Union.
Mathias Coureur is a Martiniquais international footballer who plays as a winger for Cherno More Varna in the Bulgarian First League.
Mathias Malzieu, the lead singer of the French band Dionysos, co-founded the group in 1993 when he lived in Valence in Drôme (Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes). Three of his school-friends, comprised the original band membership.
Mathias Lauda is an Austrian racing driver currently racing for Aston Martin Racing as a factory driver in the FIA World Endurance Championship. He is the son of three-time Formula One world champion Niki Lauda and his first wife, Marlene. He has a brother, Lukas, who is currently his manager.
Mathias Jattah-Njie Jørgensen, commonly known as Zanka, is a Danish professional footballer who plays as a centre back for Copenhagen on loan from Fenerbahçe, and the Denmark national team.
Mathias Richling is a German actor, author, comedian and Kabarett artist.
Mathias Hubert Paul Cormann is an Australian former politician for the Liberal Party. He served as Minister for Finance from 2013 to 2020, and Senator for Western Australia from 2007 to 2020. His seven year, 42 day tenure as Minister for Finance was the longest in Australian history, spanning the Abbott, Turnbull, and Morrison governments. He additionally served as Minister for the Public Service from 2018 to 2019.