Tennant (surname)

Tennant is a surname, and may refer to:

* Alexander Tennant (1772–1814), British colonist of South Africa
* Andy Tennant (born 1955), American film director
* Charles Tennant (1768–1838), Scottish chemist and industrialist
* David Tennant (born 1971), Scottish actor
* Don Tennant (1922–2001), American advertising executive
* Dorothy Tennant (1855–1926), British artist
* Edward Tennant, 1st Baron Glenconner (1859–1920), British politician
* Edward Wyndham Tennant (1897–1916), British poet
* Emma Tennant (born 1937), British novelist
* Harold Tennant (1865–1935), British politician
* Henry Tennant (1823–1910), British railway administrator
* Iain Tennant (1919–2006), British businessman
* James Tennant (1808–1881), mineralogist
* Jan Tennant (born 1937), Canadian television journalist
* John Tennant, Australian bushranger
* Kylie Tennant (1912–1988), Australian novelist, playwright and historian
* Neil Tennant (born 1954), British musician with the Pet Shop Boys
* Neil Tennant (philosopher) (born 1950)
* Scott Tennant (born 1962), American classical guitarist, composer and member of the LAGQ
* Smithson Tennant (1761–1815), British chemist
* Stella Tennant (born 1970), model
* Stephen Tennant (1906–1987), British aristocratic eccentric
* Veronica Tennant (born 1946), Canadian ballerina
* Victoria Tennant (born 1950), British actress
* William Tennant (1784–1848), Scottish poet

ee also

* Baron Glenconner, family name "Tennant"
* Tennent


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