Parr (surname)

Parr (surname)

Parr is a surname, and may refer to:
* Catherine Parr (c. 1512–1548), wife of Henry VIII of England
* Chris Parr (born 1944), British theatre director and television executive
* George Parr (1901 - 1975), American politician
* George Parr (cricketer)
* Jerry Parr (born 1930), Secret Service agent for Ronald Reagan
* John Parr
* John Parr (soldier)
* John Parr (governor)
* Larry Parr
* Martin Parr
* Peter Parr
* Robert Parr
* Russ Parr
* Samuel Parr
* Terence Parr
* Thomas Parr
* Walter Parr
* Sir William Parr
* William Parr, 1st Marquess of Northampton
* Baron Parr of Horton

Fictional characters

* Bob Parr - Mr. Incredible
* Jack-Jack Parr
* Helen Parr - Elastigirl
* Violet Parr, fictional character

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