Cookman may refer to:

  • Brian Cookman (1946–2005), an English musician and composer, magazine designer and artist, and tai chi practitioner
  • George Cookman Sturgiss (1842–1925), a lawyer and Republican politician from West Virginia
  • George Grimston Cookman (1801–1841), a Methodist clergyman who served as Chaplain of the Senate
  • John Cookman (1909–1982), an American ice hockey player who competed in the 1932 Winter Olympics
  • Joseph Cookman (1899–1944), an American journalist, writer, critic and a founder of The Newspaper Guild

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