King (surname)

King (surname)

King is an English surname, which originates from Devon, England. It can reference any of the following people:


* Adam King, former US Representative from Pennsylvania
* Alan King, disambiguation
* Albert King, American blues guitarist
* Andrew or Andy King, disambiguation
* Angela King, Jamaican diplomat
* B.B. King, American blues guitarist and singer-songwriter
* Ben E. King, American singer
* Bill King, American radio announcer
* Billie Jean King, American tennis player
* Bruce King, former governor of New Mexico
* Carole King, American singer and songwriter
* Charles (Charlie, or Chuck) King, disambiguation
* Christopher King, disambiguation
* Coretta Scott King, American civil rights leader and wife of Martin Luther King, Jr.
* Daniel (or Dan, Danny) King, disambiguation
* David (or Dave, Davey) King, disambiguation
* Dennis King, actor
* Dolly King, American basketball player
* Don King, American boxing promoter
* Don King, American surfing photographer
* Earl King, American blues singer-songwriter
* Edward (Ed, or Eddie) King, disambiguation
* Emmit King, American sprinter
* Eric King, disambiguation
* Ernest King, US Navy official
* Evelyn King, American R&B and disco singer
* Francis King, British novelist, poet and short story writer
* Frank King, disambiguation
* Frederick King, Canadian House of Commons member
* Gary King, disambiguation
* George King, disambiguation
* Georgia King, actress
* Gordon King, American football player
* Grace King, American author
* Harry King, English footballer
* Helen King, Canadian actress
* Henry King, disambiguation
* Howard King, disambiguation
* James (Jim, or Jimmy) King, disambiguation
* Jack King, disambiguation
* Jason King, disambiguation
* Jeff (or Jeffrey) King, disambiguation

* Jessie Marion King, Scottish painter and illustrator
* Joe (or Joseph) King, disambiguation
* Jonathan King, British musician and homosexual paedophile
* Jonathan King, New Zealand film director
* John (or Johnny) King, disambiguation
* Kenneth King (or Ken, Kenny) King, disambiguation
* Kerry King, American rock musician
* Kim King, American college football player
* Lamar King, American football player
* Larry King, American writer, journalist and talk show host
* Ledley King, English soccer player
* Leonard William King, English archaeologist
* Mabel King, American film, stage, and television actress
* Mark King, disambiguation
* Mary King, disambiguation
* Marlon King, Jamaican footballer
* Martin King, disambiguation
* Martin Luther King, Jr., American civil rights leader
* Matt King, Australian rules rugby player
* Matt King, American country music singer
* Mervyn King, economist
* Michael (or Mike) King, disambiguation
* Paul King, disambiguation
* Pee Wee King, (American country music singer
* Peter (or Pete) King, disambiguation
* Philip (or Phil) King, disambiguation
* Preston King, US representative and US senator from NY
* Ray King, American baseball player
* Reggie King, American basketball player
* Regina King, American actress
* Richard (or Rich) King, disambiguation
* Robert (or Bob, Bobby, Rob, or Robby King, disambiguation
* Rodney King, LA taxi driver, and subject of 1992 LA riots
* Ross King, disambiguation
* Rufus King, disambiguation
* Sam King, professional golfer
* Simon King, disambiguation
* Stephen, Steve or Steven King, disambiguation
* Tara King the fictional woman character in "The Avengers"
* Thomas (or Tom) King, disambiguation
* Tori King, actress
* Wayne King, American musician, singer, songwriter and orchestral leader
* William (or Bill, Billy, Will, Willie, Willy) King, disambiguation



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