Clyde

Clyde may refer to:

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Places named Clyde

In Scotland:

In Australia:

In Canada:

  • Clyde, Prince Edward Island
  • Clyde, Quebec
  • Clyde, Ontario
  • Clyde, Alberta
  • Clyde, Nunavut

In New Zealand:

In the United States of America:

People and animals named Clyde

  • Colin Campbell, 1st Baron Clyde (1792–1863), British soldier and administrator
  • Clyde Barrow (1909–1934), of the infamous criminal duo Bonnie and Clyde
  • Clyde Drexler (born 1962), American basketball player
  • Walt Frazier (born 1945), American basketball player nicknamed "Clyde"
  • Clyde McPhatter, American R&B singer
  • Clyde Sefton (born 1951), Australian road cyclist
  • Clyde Tolson, (1900-1975), Associate Director of the FBI
  • Clyde Tombaugh (1906–1997), American astronomer, discoverer of Pluto
  • Clyde De Vinna, film cinematographer, winner for "White Shadows on the South Seas" in 1929
  • Clyde (turkey), a turkey annually pardoned on Thanksgiving by the governor of Alabama

Fictional characters:

  • Clyde Donovan, character from the television show South Park
  • Clyde Langer, character from the television show The Sarah Jane Adventures
  • Clyde, one of the members of Tori Amos' American Doll Posse.
  • Clyde the orangutan from Every Which Way but Loose
  • Clyde, the orange ghost in the Pac-Man series
  • Clyde, an animated mobster inspired by Clyde Barrow who led the Ant Hill Mob in Wacky Races and The Perils of Penelope Pitstop

In entertainment

  • "Clyde" (song), by J. J. Cale from the album Naturally, later covered by Waylon Jennings

See also


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