Los Angeles People Search

Find People in Los Angeles

Are you trying to locate someone within Los Angeles? If that’s the case, you've taken that all-important first step by heading to PeopleFinders.com. While here you'll have an impressive arsenal of tools at your disposal that will help you pinpoint almost anyone in Los Angeles. Our searches are fast and simple, plus the results for people in Los Angeles will include a bevy of significant information.

Executing a people search is as simple as providing the information you already know. Examples of the types of information you can provide include first and last name, phone number, email address, and SSN. Armed with this data we scan our comprehensive Los Angeles public records database, which includes information like marriage records, bankruptcy filings, and Los Angeles criminal records.

Instead of procrastinating, obtain the information you need right now. Conduct a successful Los Angeles people search and be amazed at what you find.

People in Los Angeles

Los Angeles Demographics

The population of Los Angeles is estimated at 3,833,995
There are 1,337,706 households within the city limits
The average income per household is $47,781
People who live in Los Angeles use the area codes 310, 213 and 323 (Find any phone number in Los Angeles here)

Famous People Who Have Lived in Los Angeles

Marilyn Monroe, Jodie Foster, Ban Affleck, Jennifer Anniston, Lucille Ball, Desi Arnaz Jr., Drew Barrymore, Dustin Hoffman, Will Rogers, Angelina Jolie, America Ferrera, Leonardo DiCaprio, Carrie Fisher, Diane Keaton, Gwyneth Paltrow, Harry Shearer, Helen Hunt, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jason Schwartzman, Kate Hudson, Liza Manelli, Paula Abdul, Ritchie Valens, Snoop Dog, Dr. Dre, Douglas Fairbanks, Mary Pickford, Howard Hughes, Darryl Strawberry, Jack Kemp, Fernando Valenzuela, Steve Sax, and Tommy Lasorda.

Los Angeles History - Important Notes

The Olympics, traditionally a money loser, was hosted in Los Angeles twice, and the event made a profit both times.

In 2002 a measure was put on the ballots that would allow for Hollywood and the San Fernando Valley to secede from Los Angeles. It was promptly voted down.

The aviation industry was huge in Los Angeles, primarily because the area offers fair weather conditions for much of the year.

People Searches in Los Angeles

Things to do in Los Angeles

Check out a Los Angeles sports team, including the Clippers (Basketball), Dodgers (Baseball), Kings (Hockey), and Lakers (Basketball)
Take a guided tour of the city
Pay a visit to the J. Paul Getty Center
Check out the La Brea Tar Pits
Spend a thrilling day at Universal Studios
Enjoy a day at the Venice Beach Boardwalk
Venture out to a Los Angeles Nightclub
Have a family day at the Los Angeles Zoo

Important Addresses & Phone Numbers in Los Angeles

Reverse Phone Lookup



LA Visitors Bureau
Los Angeles Intl Airport
Los Angeles Lakers Basketball
Dodger Stadium
20th Century Fox Studios
Paramount Pictures Studio
Capitol Records Tower
Beverly Center
Staples Center


685 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, NV 90017
1 World Way, Los Angeles, NV 90045
10889 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, NV 90024
555 N Nash St, El Segundo, NV 90245
1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, NV 90012
10201 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, NV 90064
5555 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, NV 90038
1750 Vine St, Los Angeles, NV 90028
8500 Beverly Blvd, Los Angeles, NV 90048
800 W Olympic Blvd, #343, Los Angeles, NV 90015

Phone Number:


About Los Angeles

Los Angeles derived its name from a river that was given the title "El Rio de Nuestra Senora la Reyna de Los Angeles de Porciuncula" by a Spanish explorer in 1769. Early settlers who knew about this were known to refer the land as the "City of Angels". All of California was under Spanish control until 1848 when it became a U.S. territory following a war with Mexico, and on April 4th, 1850 the area was officially incorporated as the City of Los Angeles.

In the late 1800's a series of railways helped Los Angeles grow into a large city of industry. The population grew even faster after a massive oil field was discovered in 1892. As more people moved in, the water supply began to diminish quickly. Residents voted to approve construction of an aqueduct in 1905 to bring water from the Sierra Nevada Mountains directly in to Los Angeles. Years later a second aqueduct was built to transport larger amounts of water to the city.

The early years of Los Angeles were known for a wide variety of industries, but the entertainment world is what the city is most recognized for by people all over the world. Southern California's pleasant climate is one of the big factors that brought so many movie makers to the area in the early 1900's. Back then the tremendous soundstages that are so often used now didn't exist, so film crews were forced to wait for proper weather to shoot a movie. People who hoped to get into show business flocked to the area as cinemas across the nation enjoyed packed houses and the movie business skyrocketed. Later, the television industry also brought in wave after wave of hopeful actors, directors and other entertainers seeking to make their mark. Southern California is still recognized as the hub of the movie making world today.