Rice (surname)

Rice is a surname that originated in Wales as an Anglicised transliteration of Rhys. The surname is also common in North-East Ireland as an Anglicised contraction of the Irish 'Ó Maolchraoibhe' (pron. O'Mulcreevy), though the two sets of Rices are not connected.

* Albert E. Rice, Lt. Governor of Minnesota (1887–1891)
* Alexander H. Rice, Governor of Massachusetts (1876–1878)
* Alice Hegan Rice
* Angelena Rice
* Anna Rice, Canadian badminton player
* Anne Rice, novelist
* Anneka Rice, British television presenter
* Arthur Rice, 6th Baron Dynevor
* Benjamin F. Rice
* Benjamin L. Rice, an epigraphist in India
* Boyd Rice
* Bryan Rice
* Buddy Rice
* Cale Young Rice
* Cecil Spring-Rice
* Charles Owen Rice
* Chester W. Rice
* Chris Rice
* Christopher Rice
* Clive Rice, a former South African cricketer
* Condoleezza Rice, professor in political science, National Security Advisor (2001-2005), U.S. Secretary of State (2005–)
* Constance L. Rice
* Craig Rice
* Damien Rice, Irish musician
* Dan Rice
* Del Rice
* Dennis Rice
* Donna Rice
* Ed Rice
* Edmund Rice
* Edmund Rice (1638)
* Brigadier General Edmund Rice
* Edmund Ignatius Rice, Roman Catholic missionary and educationalist (1762–1844)
* Elmer Rice
* Florence Rice
* Francis Rice, 5th Baron Dynevor
* George Rice, 3rd Baron Dynevor
* George Rice-Trevor, 4th Baron Dynevor
* Gigi Rice
* Glen Rice
* Grantland Rice
* Helen Rice
* Henry Mower Rice (American politician)
* Henry Gordon Rice, logician, known for Rice's theorem
* Horace Rice
* Howard Rice
* Isaac Rice
* Jackie Rice
* James Rice, English novelist.
* James R. Rice, Professor of Mechanics at Harvard.
* Jerry Rice, former American football player in the National Football League
* Jim Rice, former Major League Baseball player
* Joan Rice
* John Blake Rice
* John C. Rice, Broadway actor
* John R. Rice, Baptist evangelist and founder of The Sword of the Lord
* John Wesley Rice, Jr., educator, Presbyterian minister, and father of Condoleezza Rice
* Johnathan Rice, musician
* Larry Rice
* Len Rice
* Lester R. Rice-Wray
* Mack Rice
* Mandy Rice-Davies
* Margie L. Rice
* Marjorie Rice
* Matthew Rice
* Norm Rice
* Pat Rice
* Peter Rice
* Rachel Rice, former child actress and winner of Big Brother 9
* Rice Brothers, John and Greg, twin brothers with dwarfism known for their real estate reselling infomercials.
* Richard Rice, Christian theologian
* Robert F. Rice, NASA employee, known for Rice coding
* Ronald Rice
* Sam Rice
* Santino Rice, contestant on Project Runway
* Sarah Rice
* Sebastian Rice-Edwards
* Simeon Rice, defensive end, currently a member of the Denver Broncos
* Spencer Rice
* Stan Rice
* Stephanie Rice
* Steven Rice
* Stuart A. Rice, physical chemist
* Susan E. Rice
* Suzy Rice
* Thomas D. Rice
* Thomas Spring Rice, 1st Baron Monteagle
* Tim Rice, author, musical theater lyricist, worked for the Disney corporation and with Andrew Lloyd Webber
* Tim Rice-Oxley
* Tony Rice
* Tony Rice (football)
* Travis Rice
* Wallace Rice
* Walter Rice, 7th Baron Dynevor
* William Rice (Disambiguation)


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