Freeman (surname)


Freeman (surname)

Freeman is a surname, and may refer to:

* Alan Freeman (1927–2006) Australian-born DJ
* Alfred Percy Freeman (1888–1965) Kent cricketer, only bowler to take 300 wickets in a season
* Antonio Freeman (born 1972), American football player
* Ben Freeman, British actor
* Buck Freeman (1871–1949) American baseball player
* Cathy Freeman (born 1973) Australian Olympic athlete
* Chapman Freeman (1832–1904) US Congressman from Pennsylvania
* Crispin Freeman (born 1972) American voice actor
* Dave Freeman Television Meteorologist
* Daniel Freeman (1826–1908) American homesteader
* Derek Freeman (1916–2001), New Zealander anthropologist
* Don Freeman, children's book author
* Douglas S. Freeman (1886–1953) American journalist and author
* Edward Augustus Freeman (1823–1892) English historian
* Edward Monroe Freeman (born 1875), American botanist
* Gordon Freeman Silent protagonist of the "Half Life" video game series
* Hobart Freeman (1920–1984) Word of Faith preacher and author of northern Indiana
* Huey Freeman character from "The Boondocks"
* Jonathan Freeman (born 1950), American actor
* Joseph Freeman (born 1979) English horror writer and landscape photographer (sometimes published as Joe Rattigan)
* Lewis Ransome Freeman (1878–1960), American author
* Mark Freeman (1908–2003)
* Martin Freeman (born 1971) English actor
* Martin Henry Freeman (1826–1889) first black president of an American college
* Mary E. Wilkins Freeman (1852–1930) American novelist
* Michael Freeman (born 1960) New Zealand chess player
* Michael O. Freeman (born 1948) Minnesota attorney and politician
* Morgan Freeman (born 1937) American actor
* Morgan J. Freeman (born 1969) American film director
* Nathaniel Freeman (physician) (1741–1827) American physician and jurist
* Nathaniel Freeman, Jr. (1766–1800) American congressman
* Orville Freeman (1918–2003) Governor of Minnesota and US Secretary of Agriculture
* R Austin Freeman (1862–1943) British writer of detective stories
* Sir Ralph Freeman (1880-1950), English bridge designer
* Sir Ralph Freeman (1911-1998), English bridge designer
* Richard B. Freeman Labor economist
* Riley Freeman character from "The Boondocks"
* Robert Freeman (born 1878) American clergyman
* Robert Jebediah "Granddad" Freeman character from The Boondocks
* Robert Freeman Photographer
* Roger Freeman (born 1942) Cabinet Minister in the Major government, UK
* Roger Freeman (rally) (died 2003) Race car driver
* Samuel Freeman Miller (1816–1890) US Supreme Court Justice
* Scott Freeman (1954–2004) American economist
* Sultaana Freeman, a Muslim woman who sued for the right to wear a veil for her driver's license photo
* Walter Freeman (1895–1972) pioneer of psychosurgery
* Walter Freeman (footballer) (born 1887, date of death unknown), English footballer

ee also

*Freeman
* Gary Freeman, disambiguation
* James Freeman, disambiguation
* John Freeman, disambiguation

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