Pollard (surname)


Pollard (surname)

Pollard is a family name. It may refer to:
* A. J. Pollard, British historian
* Carl Pollard, American linguist
* Dick Pollard, England Test cricketer
* Ernest C. Pollard, atomic physicist and biophysicist, son of Sam Pollard
* George Pollard, American artist
* George Pollard Jr., sea captain
* John Pollard (several names)
* Jonathan Pollard, Israeli spy
* Justin Pollard, Historian and writer
* Mattie Lou Pollard, the 1947 national spelling bee champion, who correctly spelled "" to win
* Michael J. Pollard, American actor
* Robert Pollard, lead singer of Guided by Voices
* Sam Pollard, Bible Christian Church missionary to China and inventor of the "Pollard script"
* Scot Pollard, American basketball player for the NBA's Boston Celtics
* Stu Pollard, American film producer, writer and director
* Su Pollard, English comedy actress who starred in the BBC TV sitcom "Hi-de-Hi!"
* Tiffany Pollard, American reality television star
* William Cyrus Pollard, American Civil War historian
* William G. Pollard, (d. 1989) famous American physicist

Fictional characters
* Charley Pollard, a character from the Big Finish Doctor Who releases
* Eric Pollard, a character from British soap opera "Emmerdale"
* Vicky Pollard, a character from British comedy show "Little Britain"


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