Sutton (surname)

Sutton (surname)

Sutton is a surname, and may refer to:

*Antony C. Sutton (1925–2002), historian and author
*Andy Sutton (born 1975), Canadian ice hockey player
*Bertine Sutton (1886-1946), British air marshal
*Chris Sutton (born 1973), English footballer
*Don Sutton (born 1945), former Major League Baseball pitcher and sports broadcaster
*Eddie Sutton, college men's basketball coach
*Edward Sutton, 2nd Baron Dudley
*Elise Sutton, American author of books about female dominance, possibly a pseudonym
*Sutton Foster, American actress, singer and dancer
*Frank Sutton, actor
*Jim Sutton, politician
*Johnny Sutton, United States Attorney
*Julie Sutton, Australian former Mayor and Councillor of Warringah Council.
*Kathy Sutton, married name of Canadian skydiver Kathy Cox
*Len Sutton, Formula One driver who scored zero championship points (1958-1960)
*Matt Sutton, radio announcer in Australia
*Mel Sutton, former English footballer
*Mike Sutton, better known by his YouTube username Buffalax, creator of multiple Viral Videos
*Nicholas Sutton (born 1969), English property developer
*N.Sutton, Technology teacher in Sha Tin College
*Richard S. Sutton, Computer Scientist, identified as one of the founders of modern reinforcement learning
*Steve Sutton may be one of several people, including:
** Steve Sutton (born ca. 1946), Canadian skydiver
** Steve Sutton (born 1961), English footballer
*Thomas Sutton (fl. 1274–1300), Dominican friar and theologian
*Thomas Sutton (1532-1611), British merchant and civil servant
*Thomas Sutton (1819-1875), English photographer, author, and inventor
*Tierney Sutton, American jazz singer
*Tyrell Sutton, Northwestern Wildcat running back
*Valerie Sutton, inventor
*Walter Sutton (1877-1916), American biologist
*Ward Sutton, American political cartoonist
*Willie Sutton, famous bank robber and prison escape-artist

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