Charles Gibson (disambiguation)


Charles Gibson (disambiguation)

Charles Gibson (born 1943) is an American television personality primarily associated with news; refers to himself as Charlie Gibson.

Charles Gibson or Charlie Gibson may also refer to:

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Public officials

  • Charles Hopper Gibson (1842–1900), American political figure; Democrat from Maryland; represented 1st congressional district (1885–91); U.S. Senate (1891–97)
  • Charles Gibson (UK politician) (1889–1977), Labour Party Member of Parliament for English constituencies of Kennington (1945–49) and Clapham (1949–59)
  • Charles Granville Gibson, English political figure; Conservative Member of Parliament who represented constituency of Pudsey and Otley (1929–45)

Sports personalities

  • Charlie Gibson (1900s catcher) (1879–1954), American Major League Baseball player for Philadelphia Athletics in 1905
  • Charlie Gibson (1920s catcher) (1899–1990), American Major League Baseball player for Philadelphia Athletics in 1924
  • Charles Gibson (cricketer) (born 1981), Argentine right-handed batsman who debuted for Americas in Under-19 World Cup of 2000
  • Charlie Gibson (footballer) (born 1961), Scottish striker who played most notably for Dumbarton FC

Others

  • Charles Dana Gibson (1867–1944), American graphic artist who created late 19th-early 20th century pen-and-ink sketches of national ideal of beauty, Gibson Girl
  • Charles Gibson (historian) (1920–1985), American ethnohistorian who studied the Nahua peoples of colonial Mexico and authored several scholarly works

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