Anna Heyward Taylor was an artist active in the Charleston Renaissance who became well-known for her woodblock prints.
Jeremiah Theus was a painter from Switzerland who came to Charleston and became a well-established portrait artist, painting many people from Charleston society families.
SC House of Representatives, US Congress, US Diplomat to Mexico. Born in Pickens Co., lived in Greenville Co. and Edgefield Co.
Melanie Thornton was the lead singer o the Eurodance group La Bouche. The group is known for their singles, "Sweet Dreams" and "Be My Lover."
Strom Thurmond was a governor of South Carolina from 1947-1951 and the oldest and 2nd longest-serving U.S. Senator.
Benjamin Ryan Tillman was the governor of South Carolina from 1890-1894 who founded what is now Clemson University.
Aaron Tippin is a country music artist and record producer who was raised in Traveler’s Rest, SC.
Laura Matilda Towne was an abolitionist and educator known for forming the Penn School.
Civil rights activist; public health expert and advocate; First Black graduate and Black woman graduate from the University of South Carolina since Reconstruction
Irene Trowell-Harris was the first African-American female in the history of the National Guard to be promoted to the rank of Major General.