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|Did you know that in the 1881 UK census there were 1011 people with the Bloom surname? In that year Bloom was ranked number 2582 for popularity in the UK.|
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|Did you know that there are currently 1942 people with the Bloom surname in the UK? Bloom is now ranked number 2389 for popularity in the UK.|
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|Did you know that there are currently 27344 people with the Bloom surname in the USA? Bloom is ranked number 148 for popularity in the USA.|
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|Allan Bloom||Allan David Bloom (14 September 1930 in Indianapolis, Indiana ? 7 October 1992 in Chicago, Illinois) was an American philosopher, classicist, and academic.|
|Harold Bloom||Harold Bloom (born July 11, 1930) is an American writer and literary critic, currently Sterling Professor of the Humanities at Yale University.|
|David Bloom||David Bloom (May 22, 1963 ? April 6, 2003) was an NBC journalist (co-anchor of Weekend Today and reporter) until his sudden death in 2003 at the age of 39.|
|Matt Bloom||Matthew Jason 'Matt' Bloom (born November 14, 1972) is an American professional wrestler, currently wrestling for New Japan Pro Wrestling under the ring name Giant Bernard.|
|Howard Bloom||Howard Bloom (born 1943 in Buffalo, New York) is an American science author and former music industry publicist.|
|Benjamin Bloom||Benjamin S.|
|Luka Bloom||Luka Bloom (born 23 May 1955 in Newbridge, County Kildare, Ireland) as Kevin Barry Moore) is an Irish folk-rock singer-songwriter.|
|Claire Bloom||Claire Bloom (born Patricia Claire Blume; 15 February 1931) is an English film and stage actress.|
|Wayne Bloom||Wayne Bloom (born March 22, 1958) was a professional wrestler who wrestled in World Championship Wrestling, the American Wrestling Association, and the World Wrestling Federation between 1988 and 1999.|
|Alfred Bloom||Alfred H.|
|Isabel Bloom||Isabel Bloom (February 10, 1908 ? May 1, 2001) was an artist who was born Isabel Scherer in Galveston, Texas, and raised in Davenport, Iowa.|
|Tony Bloom||Anthony Grant "Tony" Bloom (born 20 March 1970 in Brighton, Sussex) is a football club chairman and successful poker player.|
|Gilad Bloom||Gilad Bloom (, born March 1 1967 in Tel Aviv) is a former professional tennis player from Israel.|
|Eric Bloom||Eric Bloom (born December 1, 1944) is an American singer, songwriter and musician.|
|Brian Bloom||Brian Keith Bloom (born June 30, 1970) is an American actor.|
|Sol Bloom||Sol Bloom (March 9, 1870 ? March 7, 1949) was an entertainment and popular music entrepreneur who billed himself as "Sol Bloom, the Music Man" and served for many years in the United States House of Representatives.|
|Jeremy Bloom||Jeremy Ryan Bloom (born April 2, 1982) is a Three-Time World Champion, Two-Time Olympian and Eleven-Time World Cup Gold Medalist Snow Skier.|
|Verna Bloom||Verna Bloom (born August 7, 1939) is an American actress.|
|Mike Bloom||Michael Carroll Bloom (born April 12, 1952 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a retired Canadian ice hockey player who was selected in the 1972 NHL Entry Draft by the Boston Bruins, but never played for Boston before he was claimed by the Washington Capitals in the 1974 NHL Expansion Draft.|
|David E. Bloom||David E.|
|John Bloom||John Bloom (born 1931), is an English entrepreneur, known for his success and failure at the Rolls Razor company in selling washing machines in the early 1960s.|
|Isaac Bloom||Isaac Bloom (born about 1747; died April 26, 1803) was a United States Representative from New York.|
|Ike Bloom||Ike Bloom (c.|
|Orlando Bloom||Orlando Jonathan Blanchard Bloom (born 13 January 1977) is an English actor.|
|Jason Bloom||Jason Bloom (b.|
|Ray Bloom||George Raymond Bloom is a first class cricketer who played one match for Yorkshire County Cricket Club in 1964.|
|Mike Bloom||Meyer "Mike" Bloom (January 14, 1915 in New York City, New York ? June 5, 1993) was an American basketball player.|
|Minerva Bloom||Minerva Bloom is a bilingual poet and nature photographer born in Tinguindin, Michoacan a small town nestled in the Sierra Madre Mountains of Mexico.|
|Alan Bloom||Alan Herbert Vauser Bloom (19 November 1906 ? 31 March 2005) was a British Horticulturist and steam engine enthusiast.|
|Ron Bloom||Ron Bloom was named the Manufacturing Czar for the United States by President Barack Obama on September 8, 2009.|
|Marcy Bloom||Marcy Bloom (born 1954) is an American pro-choice activist who served for eighteen years as executive director of Aradia Women's Health Center in Seattle.|
|Paul Bloom||Paul Laurence Bloom (May 14, 1939 ? October 10, 2009) was an American lawyer working as a special counsel for the United States Department of Energy during the Carter Administration who recovered $6 billion in refunds from dozens of oil producers in the United States who had overcharged as much as $11 billion for their products under price controls placed on "old oil" (oil obtained from wells that were drilled before a cutoff date) that had been imposed by Richard Nixon in the wake of the 1973 oil crisis as a means to control prices and to encourage oil companies to search for new sources of petroleum that would not fall under the regulations.|