Buffalo, New York may be the City of Good Neighbors, but we could potentially hold another title too: The City With The Most Hometown Pride.

The way we root for our hometown teams, the Buffalo Bills and the Buffalo Sabres, and the way we defend our city despite the ridiculous snowfall we see each year, it shows you that everyone in Buffalo really loves it here. Even the people that end up moving away from Buffalo still come back and speak about the city with a sparkle in their eyes.

Recently, famous actress and Buffalo native Christine Baranski attended the Buffalo Bills game at Highmark Stadium as they took on the Dallas Cowboys during Week 15 football.

One of Baranski's most well-known roles was her role as Maryann Thorpe in the sitcom Cybill, but she also played Martha May in How The Grinch Stole Christmas. 

No matter where you go, there is no other place quite like Western New York.

There are many celebrities that have acknowledged the Western New York magic and a handful of them have graced our home with several visits. Other famous celebrities actually live here! And odds are, you just may run into one of these 25 celebrities in Western New York.

Recently, Buffalo has been home to movie sets, from Christmas movies to mysteries and more. There's even been talk of more movies, including big-time films, being filmed in Buffalo and Western New York over the next year or two. 

People have already had encounters with celebrities in Buffalo and there are a few people you're likely to have an encounter with in the foreseeable future.

25 Celebrities You Could Meet In Western New York

You have a high likelihood of running into one of these 25 celebrities in Western New York.

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Which celebrities have you seen around Western New York?

35 Celebrities You Did Not Know Are At Chef's

Did you know these 35 celebrities are on the wall at Chef’s Restaurant?

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13 Words That Should Be Banned In Buffalo, New York

We asked, you answered...after Merriam-Webster announced their 2022 Word Of The Year as "gaslighting," we wanted to know if there were any words that you believed should be banned in Buffalo, New York, and well...there's a few.

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