Namesakes

Fictional Characters from Books: 1 character
Prince Andrey Bolkonsky (a.k.a. Andrei)   1869   War and Peace  
Nobel Prize Winners: 1 peace
(peace) Andrei Sakharov   1975  
Notable Artists: 1 painter
Andrei Rublev   c. 1360-c. 1430  
Notable Athletes: 4 soccer, 2 rugby, 2 tennis, 1 basketball
(tennis) Andriy Medvedev (a.k.a. Andrei)   1974-  
(basketball) Andrei Kirilenko   1981-  
(rugby) Andrei Ursache   1984-  
(soccer) Andrei Prepeliță   1985-  
(soccer) Claudiu Keșerü (a.k.a. Andrei)   1986-  
(rugby) Andrei Rădoi   1987-  
(soccer) Andrei Semyonov   1989-  
(soccer) Gabriel Torje (a.k.a. Andrei)   1989-  
(tennis) Andrei Vasilevski   1991-  
Notable Evildoers: 1 murderer
Andrei Chikatilo   1936-1994  
Notable Scientists and Inventors: 1 physicist
Andrei Sakharov   1921-1989  
Olympic Medalists: 8 bronze, 2 silver, 1 gold, 1 gold/silver, 1 silver/bronze, 1 silver/gold
(bronze) Andrey Makeyev (a.k.a. Andrei)   1976   basketball  
(bronze) Andrey Smirnov (a.k.a. Andrei)   1976   swimming - 400 m medley  
(silver) Andrey Bogdanov (a.k.a. Andrei)   1976   swimming - 4x200 m freestyle relay  
(silver/gold) Andrey Krylov (a.k.a. Andrei)   1976; 1980   swimming - 200 m freestyle; swimming - 400 m freestyle; swimming - 4x200 m freestyle relay  
(bronze) Andrey Lopatov (a.k.a. Andrei)   1980   basketball  
(gold) Andrey Prokofyev (a.k.a. Andrei)   1980   4x100 m relay  
(bronze) Andrei Belofastov   1992   water polo  
(bronze) Andrei Kovalenko   1992   water polo  
(bronze) Andrei Tivontchik   1996   pole vault  
(silver/bronze) Andrei Rekechinski   2000; 2004   water polo  
(bronze) Andrei Mikhnevich   2008   shot put  
(silver) Andrei Krauchanka   2008   decathlon  
(gold/silver) Andrei Bahdanovich   2008; 2012   canoe sprint  
(bronze) Andrei Kirilenko   2012   basketball  
Other Leaders: 1 prime minister
Prime Minister Andrei Kobyakov   2014-   Belarus  
Russian Grand Dukes and Tsars: 3 dukes
Duke Andrey Bogolyubsky (a.k.a. Andrei)   1168-1174  
Duke Andrey II (a.k.a. Andrei)   1249-1252  
Duke Andrey III (a.k.a. Andrei)   1281-1283