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Laurie (surname)

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Laurie is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Annie Laurie (musician) (1924-2006), African-American jump blues and rhythm and blues singer
  • Arthur Pillans Laurie (1861-1949), Scottish chemist, pioneer of the scientific analysis of paintings
  • Ben Laurie, founding director of The Apache Software Foundation, core team member of OpenSSL
  • Cy Laurie (born 1926), English jazz clarinettist and bandleader
  • Daine Laurie (born 1984), Indigenous Australian professional rugby league footballer
  • David Laurie (1833–1897), violin collector
  • Greg Laurie (born 1952), Senior Pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship in Riverside, California
  • Hugh Laurie (born 1959), British actor, voice artist, comedian, writer, musician, recording artist and director
  • James Laurie (1811–1875), American engineer, a founder of the American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Jim Laurie (born 1947), American writer, journalist, and broadcaster known for his work in Asia
  • Joan Werner Laurie (1920–1964), founder and editor until her death of SHE magazine
  • Joe Laurie, Jr. (1892–1954), vaudeville monologist who later performed on Broadway
  • John Laurie (1897–1980), Scottish actor born in Dumfries, Scotland
  • John Wimburn Laurie (1835–1912), soldier and political figure in Nova Scotia, Canada and England
  • Louis Laurie (1917–2002), American boxer
  • Malcolm Laurie (1866–1932), Scottish zoologist
  • Mark Laurie (photographer) (born 1955), Canadian photographer
  • Mark Laurie (rugby league), Australian rugby league footballer in the 1980s
  • Meshel Laurie, Australian comedian and radio-television personality
  • Miracle Laurie (born 1981), American actress
  • Nancy Walton Laurie (born 1951), daughter of Bud Walton of Walmart
  • Park Laurie (1846–1928), politician in South Australia
  • Percy Laurie (1880–1962), British Army major general and police officer
  • Peter Laurie (1778–1861), British politician who served as Lord Mayor of London
  • Piper Laurie (born 1932), American actress of stage and screen
  • Ran Laurie (1915–1998), British physician, rowing champion and Olympic gold medallist; also father of Hugh Laurie
  • Sir Robert Laurie, 6th Baronet KCB (1764–1848), an officer of the Royal Navy
  • Robert Douglas Laurie (1874–1953), founder and first president of the Association of University Teachers.
  • Robert Laurie (bishop) (died 1677), seventeenth-century Church of Scotland prelate
  • Robert Laurie (rugby league), Australian former rugby league footballer
  • Robert Laurie Morant (1863–1920), English administrator and educator
  • Robert Peter Laurie (1835–1905), British Conservative Party politician
  • Scott Laurie, Canadian news reporter for CTV News Channel and CTV News
  • Simon Somerville Laurie (1829–1909), Scottish educator
  • Stephen P. Laurie, British amateur astronomer
  • Steve Laurie (born 1982), Australian footballer
  • Thomas Laurie (born 1938), former Chairman of the Traverse Theatre
  • Thomas Werner Laurie (1866–1944), London publisher
  • References

    Laurie (surname) Wikipedia


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