Christian (surname)


Christian (surname)

Christian is a surname. It may refer to :

  • Bill Christian (born 1938), a retired American ice hockey player
  • Carol Christian (born 1950), an American astronomer
  • Charlie Christian (1916-1942), an American swing and jazz guitarist
  • Claudia Christian (born 1965), an American actress, a writer, a director singer and musician
  • Dave Christian (born 1959), a retired American ice hockey player
  • Ewan Christian (1814-1895), a British architect
  • Fletcher Christian (1764-1793), the leader of the mutineers on the HMS Bounty and the founder of a colony on Pitcairn Island
  • Frank Christian (disambiguation), several people
  • Garth Christian, an English nature writer, editor, teacher and conservationist
  • Hans Christian, a German-born American musician and producer
  • Henry B. Christian (1883-1953), an American painter
  • Hugh Cloberry Christian (1747-1798), a Royal Navy rear-admiral
  • Ivan Christian (born 1919), a former politician from Pitcairn Island
  • James Christian, an American musician
  • John Christian (1776-1852), the First Deemster of the Isle of Man
  • Linda Christian (born 1923), a Mexican film actress
  • Luci Christian (born 1973), an American voice actress
  • Roy Christian, a New Zealand rugby league football player
  • Shawn Christian (born 1965), an American television and film actor
  • Stephen Christian (born 1980), an American rock singer
  • Steve Christian (born 1951), a Pitcairn Island politician
  • Steve Christian (DJ), an English record producer, a DJ and musician
  • Terry Christian (born 1962), a British television and radio presenter
  • William Christian (disambiguation), several people

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