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Famous Wiener Lovers

It seems only natural that powerful, decisive, creative people would be wiener lovers. If you think about it, there's not all that much difference between the personality and size of Napoleon and a wiener. In contrast, though, such macho tough guys as John Wayne, Erwin Rommel and General Omar Bradley were also known wiener lovers. Makes you think, doesn't it?

Following is a short list of famous wiener lovers from the various fields of art, theatre, politics and history. Veering from the strict game show tradition, none of the names has been double-sourced or verified, so read on at your own risk for your own amusement.




Leonardo Da Vinci

Pablo Picasso


Artist Pablo Picasso with his dog, Lump

Diego Rivera

Frida Kahlo

Peter Paul Rubens

Andy Warhol

David Hockney

Georgia OKeeffe

P.G. Wodehouse


Author P.G Wodehouse holds his wiener. No confirmation that he called him Jeeves.

William Faulkner

Toni Morrison

Tom Clancey

Danielle Steele

Sally J. Maisel


Famed travel writer and noted background artist, Sally J. Maisel, shown below with her award-winning wiener, Nemo, at a Los Angeles Pet Parade.

Elizabeth Taylor

Gary Berghoff

John Wayne

Carole Lombard

Doris Day

E. B. White

Loni Anderson

Marlon Brando


Marlon Brando and Maria.

Bear Bryant

Tracy Chapman

Claire Chennault

Dick Clark

Jacques Cousteau

George Cukor

Marion Davies

James Dean

Patty Duke

Errol Flynn

Wayne Gretzky

David Hasselhoff

Rita Hayworth

William Randolph Hearst

John Houseman

Henry James

Winona Judd

Dennis Miller


Mary Tyler Moore


Dorothy Parker

Cole Porter

Rosemunde Pilcher

William Powell

Priscilla Presley

Vincent Price

Erwin Rommell

Isabella Rossellini

Liz Smith

Adlai Stevenson

Liv Ullman

Queen Victoria

Maria von Trapp

Kaiser Wilhelm II

James Woods

Fay Wray

Joan Crawford


It's obvious Joan Crawford is a big wiener lover--and a big wiener it is, too.


FUN FACT! Toto should have been a wiener!

This information comes to us from The Canadian Dachshund Lovers web page and the gist is verified by other sources: "The part of the pet dog of Dorothy (played by Judy Garland) in the "Wizard of Oz" was originally scripted for a miniature dachshund named Otto, owned by actress Margaret Hamilton who played the Wicked Witch of the West in the movie. Lingering post-war hostility toward the Germans, however, caused the studio to insist upon the substitution of a Norwich terrier to be called Toto, a dog of then more acceptable British descent."

The above is a direct quote from the previously cited page, but other sources say Toto was a Cairn Terrier, not a Norwich. Perhaps, someone heard the name Margaret Hamilton and their brain made them think the dog was a Nor-WITCH terrier.


Submit your favorite famous wiener lover.

If you know a famous wiener lover who has not been included in this listing, feel free to out that person by sending an email to