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Who's Who on the Web


Perform biographical research faster, easier and with greater accuracy than ever before!

  • Over 1.6 million biographies - larger than any database of its kind!

  • Daily updates to existing bios and new bios added daily

  • Simple, targeted searching by name or up to 15 different criteria

  • Extremely easy-to-use interface

The Marquis Who's Who database is available to institutions on an annual subscription basis. Contact your sales representative for pricing information.




 Web Slices

Marquis Who’s Who now also offers slices of our online database. Each slice provides immediate access to all biographies that have appeared in each print title since 1985.

  • Who’s Who in America Slice – Contains 482,230 biographies of the nation's most noteworthy people.

  • Who’s Who in the World Slice – Contains 466,705 of the world’s most prominent people.

  • Who’s Who in American Politics Slice – Contains 28,015 biographies of our country’s most prominent political figures

  • Who’s Who in American Art Slice – Contains 16,705 of today’s most notable artists

  • Who’s Who in American History Slice – Contains 181,057 biographies from our archive of Who Was Who in America (1607–present)

Who's Who on the Web

This powerful online database provides up-to-the-minute biographies of leaders and achievers from around the world in the areas of business, law, science, medicine, the arts, government, entertainment and more – in one convenient source!

A subscription provides access to all biographies that have appeared in 24 Marquis Who's Who print titles since 1985, plus historical biographies from our Who Was Who in America volumes 1607–1985.

Who's Who on the Web Search

Who's Who on the Web Results

Researchers of all kinds rely on the Marquis Who’s Who database every day:

  • Public, Academic and School Libraries – Provide your patrons and students with the most comprehensive and current biographical database available... featuring noteworthy people from the 1600s to the present!

  • Corporate Libraries – Use as a networking tool, and identify candidates for executive boards and committees.

  • Alumni Offices – Obtain current biographical data on university graduates.

  • Media Professionals and Researchers – Verify facts for articles, papers, speeches and TV broadcasts.

  • Recruiters – Identify and contact potential job candidates.

  • Prospect Researchers – Access names, biographies and contact information for thousands of movers and shakers.

  • Law Firms – Review biographies of legal professionals, and identify experts in all fields of endeavor.