- Bunny (disambiguation)
bunnyis a small mammal.
Bunny may also refer to:
Bunny Ahearne(1900–1985), British ice hockey promoter
Bunny Austin(1906–2000), British tennis player
Bunny Berigan(1908–1942), American jazz trumpeter
Bunny Breckinridge(1903–1996), entertainer and eccentric
Bunny Brief(1892-1963), baseball player
Bunny Brunel, American musician
John Bunny(1862–1915), silent film comedian
Lady Bunny(born 1962), American drag queen
Rupert Bunny, Australian painter
Bunny DeBarge(born 1955), part of the R&B musical group Debarge
Bunny Lee(born 1941), Jamaican record producer
Bunny Wailer(born 1947), Jamaican musician
Bunny Yeager, American photographer and model
Bunny, Nottinghamshire, England
* Bunny ("Lexx"), a character on the television series "Lexx"
* Bunny ("Powerpuff Girls"), a character on the TV series "Powerpuff Girls"
* Bunny ("Sailor Moon") or Sailor Moon, the main character in "Sailor Moon" media
Bunny Bravo, a character on the TV series "Johnny Bravo"
Howard "Bunny" Colvin, a character on the TV show "The Wire"
* Bunny, a character on the television series "
As the World Turns"
* Bunny, a character associated with the DC Comics character
* Bunny, a character in the film "Platoon"
* Bunny Halper, a character on the TV series "
The Danny Thomas Show"
* Bunny Wigglesworth, a character in the film "
Zorro, The Gay Blade"
* Harry "Bunny" Manders, a character in the
A. J. Rafflesstories
* Edmund "Bunny" Corcoran, a character in the novel "
The Secret History"
Playboy Bunny, a waitress at the Playboy Club
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