Winter (surname)


Winter (surname)

Winter is a surname, and may refer to the following people:

Women:
* Briana Winter, singer
* John Strange Winter, pen-name of "Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard" (1856–1911), an English novelist
* Julia Winter (born 1993), Swedish-British actress
* Milady de Winter, fictional character in the novel "The Three Musketeers" by Alexandre Dumas, père
* Miriam Winter:
** Miriam Winter (born 1933), German Nazi Holocaust survivor
** Miriam Therese Winter (born 1938), Catholic theologian
* Ophélie Kleerekoper-Winter (born 1974), French singer and actress

Men:
* Alexander Ross Winter (born 1965), British-American actor and director
* Anthony William "Nick" Winter (1894–1955), Australian athlete
* Aron Mohamed Winter (born 1967), Dutch footballer
* Arthur Henry Winter (1844–1937), English priest and cricketer
* Bill Winter (born 1964), American lawyer and politician
* Clark Winter, banker
* Donald C. Winter, US Secretary of the Navy
* Douglas E. Winter (born 1950), American author and editor
* Edgar Winter (born 1946), American musician
* Edward Winter:
** Edward Winter (actor) (1937-2001), American actor, most well-known for his role on the television series "M*A*S*H"
** Edward Winter (British administrator) (1622–1686), English royal administrator in British India, who governed Madras in the 1660s
** Edward Winter (chess historian), British journalist and writer on chess
* Eric Winter (born 1976), American actor
* Geoffrey Winter, American musician
* George D. Winter (1927-1981), British medical researcher
* Gordon Arnaud Winter (1912–2003), Canadian politician
* Greg Winter (fl. 2000s), British antibodies researcher
* Henry Winter (born 1963), British journalist
* Howie Winter (born 1929), American convicted criminal
* James Winter:
** James Winter (1919–2006), American musician and composer
** James Spearman Winter (1845-1911), Canadian politician
* Jan Willem de Winter (1750-1812), Dutch admiral
* Jay M. Winter, Professor of History at Yale University, World War I specialist
* John Winter:
** John Winter (athlete) (1924–2007), aka Jack Winter, Australian high jumping Plympic gold medalist
** John Winter (meteorologist) (1967–2007), American
** John Winter, pseudonym of [Louis Krages] , (1949–2001), German racing driver and businessman
** John Strange Winter, pen-name of "Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard" (1856–1911), an English novelist
** John Dawson "Johnny" Winter III (born 1944), American blues guitarist and singer
* Jonathan David Winter (born 1971), former backstroke swimmer from New Zealand
* Kurt Winter (1946–1997), Canadian guitarist
* Leon de Winter (born 1954), Dutch novelist
* Martin Winter, Mayor of Doncaster, England
* Michael Winter:
** Michael Winter (born 1955), Director of the Centre for Rural Research at the University of Exeter
** Michael Winter, Canadian novelist and short story writer
* Neal Winter, Australian convicted paedophile
* Paul Winter (born 1939), American musician
* Peter Winter:
** Peter Winter (ca. 1754-1825), German dramatic composer
** Peter Winter (athlete), Australian decathlete
* Ralph Winter:
** Ralph Winter, American film producer
** Ralph K. Winter, Jr. (born 1935), American judge
* Ronald J. (R.J.) Winter, American Attorney
* Ronnie Winter, lead singer of The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus
* Solomon Winter (1778–1859), Hungarian philanthropist
* Terence Winter, Emmy Award winning American screenwriter and television producer
* Terry Winter (1942-1998), Canadian religious leader
* Morice Fredrick "Tex" Winter (born 1922), American basketball coach
* Timothy J. Winter (born 1960, aka Shaykh Abdal Hakim Murad, British Islamic scholar
* Trevor Winter (born 1974), American basketball player
* Vincent Winter (1947–1998), Scottish child actor
* William Winter:
** William Winter (1836–1917), American drama critic and author
** William Winter (1898–1955), British chess player
** William Winter (Royal Navy officer) (died 1589), English Elizabethan admiral
** William Forrest Winter (born 1923), Former Mississippi governor (1980–1984)
* Zikmund Winter (1846–1912), Czech novelist and historian

ee also

* Winter
* Winter (disambiguation)
* Winters
* Winterson


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