Barber (disambiguation)


*barber surgeon


Notable people whose last name is or was Barber include

*Alden G. Barber Boy Scouts of America Scouting notable, awardee of the Bronze Wolf in 1975
*Andrea Barber (born 1976), U.S. actress
*Anthony Barber, Baron Barber (1920–2005), British cabinet minister
*Benjamin Barber (born 1939), U.S. political scientist
*Bill Barber (born 1952), Canadian hockey player
*Brendon Barber (born 1951), General Secretary of the Trades Union Congress, United Kingdom
*Chris Barber (born 1930), Jazz trombonist
*Derek Barber, Baron Barber of Tewkesbury (born 1918), member of the British House of Lords
*Edward Barber (1893–1915), British private during World War I and Victoria Cross recipient
*Eunice Barber (born 1974), Sierra Leonean born French athlete
*Francis Barber (ca. 1735 – 1801) manservant of Samuel Johnson in London from 1752 until Johnson's death in 1784.
*Glynis Barber (born 1955), British actress
*John Barber (born 1929), U.S. Formula One driver
*John Roaf Barber, Canadian industrialist and politician
*John Warner Barber (born 1798), American writer and illustrator
*Marion Barber III (born 1983), U.S. football player
*Me'Lisa Barber (born 1980), American track and field sprint athlete
*Patricia Barber (born 1956), American jazz singer
*Ray Barber (born 1923), singer
*Red Barber (1908–1992), U.S. sports broadcaster
*Ronde Barber (born 1975), U.S. football player
*Samuel Barber (1910–1981), U.S. composer
*Skip Barber (born 1936), U.S. Formula One driver
*Tiki Barber (born 1975), U.S. football player
*William Barber, (1807–1879) Chief Engraver for the U.S. Mint
*William Barber (18??-1889), Canadian businessman and politician

A DNA project has been started to help research into the Barber surname and its homepage can be found at [ Barber Surname DNA Project] .

Notable people whose last name is or was Barbers include

*Robert Barbers (1944-2005), Philippine politician


*Barber County, Kansas
*Barber Township, Minnesota
*Barber, New Jersey
*Barber, Curaçao


*The Barber Institute of Fine Arts (art gallery)
*Barber-Scotia College (historically black college)

Other uses

*"The Barber of Seville" (opera by Rossini)
*"The Barber" (2001 movie)
*Barber paradox
*Sleeping barber problem
*Sal Maglie, professional baseball player known as "The Barber"

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