Earl (given name)


Earl (given name)

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Earl is a popular English given name meaning "warrior" or "nobleman" [http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/earl Merriam-Webster: earl] ] . Some of the holders of this name are:

* Earl, Mike Motley's colleague on the comic strip, "Motley's Crew"
* "Big" Earl, a fictional alien from the video game ToeJam & Earl and its sequels
* Earl, fictional character in "Rocko's Modern Life"
* Earl Abell (1892–1956), American football player
* Earl Amyotte, pro-life activist
* Earl E. Anderson (born 1919), American general
* Earl Anthony (1938–2001), professional bowler
* Earl Armstrong (died 1986) Canadian politician
* Earl I. Anzai, American politician
* Earl Averill (1902–1983), professional baseball player
* Earl Edwin Austin, American criminal
* Earl Babbie (born 1938), sociologist
* Earl Bakken, futorologist
* Earl Balfour (born 1933) professional ice hockey player
* Earl Banks (died 1993), American football coach
* Earl Barish, Canadian businessman
* Earl Barrett (born 1967) former footballer
* Earl Barron (born 1981), professional basketball player
* Earl Bassett, fictional character in "Tremors"
* Earl Battey (1935–2003), professional baseball player
* Earl Holmes Bell (born 1955) pole vaulter
* Earl Bennett (born 1987) American football player
* Earl Derr Biggers (1884–1933), American novelist and playwright
* Earl Billings (born 1945), Actor
* Earl Black (born 1942), Professor
* Earl Blaik (1897–1989), American football coach
* Earl Blumenauer (born 1948), American politician
* Earl Boen (born 1945), American actor
* Earl Bostic (1913–1965), American saxophonist
* Earl Boykins (born 1976), professional basketball player for the Milwaukee Bucks
* Earl Broady (1904–1992), police officer
* Earl Browder (1891–1973), American communist
* Earl Brown (1916–2003), American football coach
* Earl Brydges, American politician
* Earl "Butch" Buchholz (born 1940) professional tennis player
* Earl Butz (born 1909), American politician
* Earl Caddock (1888–1950), professional wrestler
* Earl Caldwell, journalist
* Earl Welton Caldwell (1905–1981), professional baseball player
* Earl Camembert, fictional character on "SCTV".
* Earl Cameron (1915–2005), Canadian broadcaster
* Earl Cameron (born 1917) British actor
* Earl Campbell (born 1900), Professional ice hockey player
* Earl Christian Campbell (born 1955), former professional football player
* Earl Chudoff (1907–1993), American politician
* Earl "Dutch" Clark (1906–1978), professional American football player
* Earl Cochell (born 1922), American tennis player
* Earl Cochran (born 1981), Professional American football player
* Earl Collins (1895–1958), Canadian politician
* Earl Conrad, author
* Earl Cook (1908–1996), professional baseball player
* Earl Cooper (1886–1965), American racecar driver
* Marion Earl Cooper (born 1957) professional American football player
* Earl Cranston (1840–1932), American bishop
* Earl Cureton (born 1957), professional basketball player
* Earl Dawson (1925–1987), Canadian politician
* Earl Devore (1888–1928), American racecar driver
* Earl Dittman, a film critic
* Earl Dodge (born 1932), American politician
* Earl Doherty, Canadian author
* Earl Dotson (born 1970), American football player
* Earl Douglas (radio), radio talk show producer
* Earl Durand (1913–1939), American mountain man
* Earl Duvall (died 1969), Animator
* Earl Eby (1894–1970), American athlete
* Earl Edwards, American songwriter
* Earl Edwards, American football player
* Earl Ehrhart, American politician
* Earl Hancock Ellis (1880–1923) U.S. Marine Corps officer
* Earl Emerson (born 1948), American novelist
* Earl Everett (born 1984), American football player
* Earl Faison (born 1939), professional American football player
* Earl Ferrell (born 1958), professional American football player
* Earl Gillespie (died 2003), American sportscaster
* Earl Grant (1933–1970), American pianist
* Earl G. Graves (born 1935), author, publisher, entrepreneur
* Earl Grinols, professor
* Earl Gros (born 1940), professional American football player
* Earl Hamner (born 1923), a writer also known as "Earl Hammer, Junior".
* Earl G. Harrison (1899–1955), American attorney
* Earl Hebner, former WWE referee.
* Earl Hickey, a fictional character from the TV series "My Name Is Earl".
* Earl F. Hilliard (born 1942), American politician
* Earl Hines (1903–1983), jazz pianist
* Earl Gladstone Hunt Jr (1918–2005), Methodist pastor
* Earl Dewitt Hutto (born 1926), American politician
* Earl Jones (born 1964), American track and field athlete
* Earl Klugh (born 1954), jazz guitarist
* Earl Floyd Kvamme (born 1938), American engineer
* Earl "Curly" Lambeau (1898–1965), founder of the Green Bay Packers
* Earl F. Landgrebe (1916–1986), American politician
* Earl C. Latourette (died 1956), American judge
* Earl Levine (born 1968), American entrepreneur
* Earl D. McIntyre, Canadian politician
* Earl C. Michener (1876–1957), American politician
* Earl "Madman" Muntz (1914–1987), merchandiser
* Earl Pitts, fictional radio character
* Earl Edwin Pitts, American spy
* Earl Simmons, rapper better known as DMX
* Earl Slipher (1883–1964), an astronomer.
* Earl Calvin Smith, professional baseball player
* Earl "Chinna" Smith, Jamaican guitarist
* Earl T. Smith (1903–1991), American politician
* Earl Smith III (born 1985), professional basketball player
* Earl Stevens, rapper better known as E-40
* Earl Thomas Conley (born 1941), American country singer
* Earl Van Dorn (1820–1863), former U.S Army officer
* Earl Dominic Vernius, fictional character in "Prelude to Dune"
* Earl Wilbur Sutherland Jr. (1915–1974), American psychologist
* Earl Warren, former Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
* Earl Watson (born 1979), professional basketball player for the Seattle Supersonics
* Earl Weaver (born 1930), former baseball manager of the Baltimore Orioles
* Earl Wilson (1934–2005), former MLB pitcher
* Earl Woods (1932–2006), father of Tiger Woods
* Wentworth Earl Miller (born 1972), American/British actor

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