Finch (disambiguation)


Finch (disambiguation)

Finches are passerine birds, often seed-eating, found chiefly in the northern hemisphere and Africa

Finch may also refer to several things:
*Finch (Dutch band), a progressive rock group popular in the 1970s.
*Finch (U.S. band), an alternative rock/post-hardcore group popular in the 2000s.
*Finch (Australian band), later known as Contraband
*Finch (previously gaim-text), a console instant messaging client which uses libpurple (previously libgaim), the same library used by Pidgin (software) and Adium.
*Finch Avenue, a major arterial road running through suburban Toronto.
**Finch (TTC), a TTC subway station located at Finch Avenue and Yonge Street on the Yonge-University-Spadina line.

People with the surname Finch

*Charles B. Finch, American businessman and political activist
*David Finch (comic book artist)
*Jennie Finch, American softball pitcher
*Peter Finch, English-born actor most remembered for "Network"
*Peter Finch (poet), Welsh poet and author
*Richard Finch (golfer), European Tour golfer
*Roy G. Finch (1884-1959), NY State Engineer and Surveyor 1925-1926

Fictional

*Paul Finch, a character from the popular American teen movie "American Pie"
*Dennis Finch, the main character portrayed by David Spade from the hit US sitcom "Just Shoot Me!"
*Chris Finch, a character from the UK TV sitcom "The Office"
*Atticus Finch or any other member of the Finch family, characters from the book "To Kill a Mockingbird"

ee also

*fink (disambiguation)


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