Namesakes

Fictional Characters from Television: 1 character
Aleksandr Petrovsky   1998   Sex and the City  
Nobel Prize Winners: 1 literature, 1 physics
(physics) Alexander Prokhorov (a.k.a. Aleksandr)   1964  
(literature) Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn   1970  
Notable Actors and Actresses: 2 actors
Aleksandr Baluev   1958-  
Aleksandr Yatsenko   1977-  
Notable Athletes: 4 soccer
(soccer) Aleksandr Kerzhakov   1982-  
(soccer) Aleksandr Samedov   1984-  
(soccer) Aleksandr Kokorin   1991-  
(soccer) Aleksandr Golovin   1996-  
Notable Writers: 1 poet
Aleksandr Pushkin   1799-1837  
Olympic Medalists: 10 bronze, 9 silver, 7 gold, 3 bronze/gold, 3 silver/gold, 1 bronze/silver, 1 gold/bronze, 1 silver/bronze
(bronze) Aleksandr Anufriyev   1952   10000 m  
(silver) Aleksandr Moiseyev   1952   basketball  
(silver) Aleksandr Travin   1964   basketball  
(silver) Aleksandr Petrov   1960; 1964   basketball  
(silver/gold) Aleksandr Shidlovsky   1968; 1972   water polo  
(gold) Aleksandr Dreval   1972   water polo  
(silver/gold) Aleksandr Dolgushin   1968; 1972   water polo  
(gold) Aleksandr Boloshev   1972   basketball  
(gold) Aleksandr Kabanov   1972; 1980   water polo  
(silver) Aleksandr Kornelyuk   1972   4x100 m relay  
(gold/bronze) Aleksandr Belov   1972; 1976   basketball  
(bronze/silver) Aleksandr Baryshnikov   1976; 1980   shot put  
(bronze) Aleksandr Salnikov   1976; 1980   basketball  
(bronze/gold) Aleksandr Aksinin   1976; 1980   4x100 m relay  
(bronze) Aleksandr Kosenkov   1976   diving - springboard  
(silver) Aleksandr Makarov   1980   javelin throw  
(bronze) Aleksandr Puchkov   1980   110 m hurdles  
(bronze/gold) Oleksandr Belostenny (a.k.a. Aleksandr)   1980; 1988   basketball  
(gold) Aleksandr Portnov   1980   diving - springboard  
(silver) Aleksandr Chayev   1980   swimming - 1500 m freestyle  
(gold) Aleksandr Kurlovich   1988; 1992   weightlifting  
(bronze) Aleksandr Kovalenko   1988   triple jump  
(bronze) Aleksandr Kolotov   1988; 1992   water polo  
(bronze) Aleksandr Ogorodnikov   1992   water polo  
(bronze) Aleksandr Chigir   1992   water polo  
(silver/gold) Aleksandr Popov   1992; 1996; 2000   swimming - 4x100 m freestyle relay; swimming - 4x100 m medley relay; swimming - 50 m freestyle; swimming - 100 m freestyle  
(silver/bronze) Aleksandr Yeryshov   2000; 2004   water polo  
(silver) Aleksandr Dobroskok   2000   diving - synchronized springboard  
(bronze) Aleksandr Fyodorov   2004   water polo  
(bronze/gold) Aleksandr Volkov   2008; 2012   volleyball  
(silver) Aleksandr Sukhorukov   2008   swimming - 4x200 m freestyle relay  
(gold) Aleksandr Sokolov   2012   volleyball  
(gold) Aleksandr Butko   2012   volleyball  
(bronze) Aleksandr Kazakevič   2012   Greco-Roman wrestling  
(silver) Aleksandr Ivanov   2012   weightlifting  
Russian Grand Dukes and Tsars: 3 tsars, 1 duke
Duke Aleksandr Nevskiy   1252-1263  
Tsar Aleksandr I   1801-1825  
Tsar Aleksandr II   1855-1881  
Tsar Aleksandr III   1881-1894