David Garrick (disambiguation)

David Garrick (disambiguation)

David Garrick may refer to:

  • David Garrick (1717–1779), British actor, playwright, theatre manager and producer
  • David Byron (1947–1985), British lead vocalist of Uriah Heep fame, whose original surname was Garrick
  • David Garrick (play), 1864 play by Thomas William Robertson
  • David Garrick (1913 film), 1913 silent film based on the 1864 play
  • David Garrick (singer), best known for his 1966 pop hit Dear Mrs. Applebee

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