Corbin (surname)

Corbin is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Abel Corbin, (1808-1881), an American financier and the husband of Virginia Grant
  • Alain Corbin (born 1936), a French historian, specialist of the 19th century in France
  • Alice Corbin Henderson (1881-1949), an American poet, author and poetry editor
  • André Corbin (contemporary), an American heavy metal guitarist
  • Archie Corbin (born 1967), an American former Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Arthur Corbin Gould (1850-1903), an avid shooter and member of the Massachusetts Rifle Association
  • Arthur Linton Corbin, (1874-1967), an American law professor and scholar of contract law
  • Austin Corbin (1827-1896), an American railroad executive
  • Barry Corbin (born 1940), an American character actor
  • Bob Corbin, an Arizona Attorney General 1979-1991
  • Charles Corbin, a French diplomat and ambassador to the United Kingdom from 1933 - 1940
  • David Corbin, an amateur filmmaker, writer, director, and co-host of GeekSpeak Podcast.
  • Doc Corbin Dart (born 1953), the lead singer, founder and lyricist of punk rock act The Crucifucks
  • Easton Corbin, an American singer
  • Erard Corbin de Mangoux (contemporary), a French prefect and the current head of the Directorate-General for External Security, France's foreign intelligence service
  • Eymard Corbin (born 1934), a Canadian Senator
  • George Corbin Washington (1789-1854), a United States Congressman
  • Gregory Corbin (born 1980), an American amateur boxer
  • Harold Corbin (1906-1988), an American Olympic fencer
  • Henry Corbin (1903-1978), a French philosopher, theologian, and professor of Islamic Studies at the Sorbonne in Paris
  • Henry C. Corbin (1842-1909), a United States Army general
  • Howie Corbin (contemporary), an American craft beer journalist
  • Jane Corbin (born 1954), a British journalist currently working for the BBC
  • J. D. Corbin (born 1985), an American ice hockey player
  • Jessica Corbin (born 1978), an American television personality and actress
  • John Corbin (1870-1959), an American dramatic critic and author
  • Kilmer B. Corbin (1919-1993), an American attorney who served as a Democratic member of the Texas State Senate
  • Levin Corbin Handy (1855-1932), an American photographer
  • Margaret (née Cochran) Corbin (1751-1800), a woman who fought in the American Revolutionary War
  • Michael Corbin (1955-2008), a journalist and radio show host
  • Myrtle Corbin (1868-1928), an American dipygus
  • Pa Corbin (1864-1943), an American football player
  • Patrick Corbin (contemporary), an American dancer and founder of CorbinDances
  • Paula Corbin Jones (born 1966), a former Arkansas state employee who sued U.S. President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment
  • Peter Corbin (1914-2001), a British marine biologist
  • Philip Corbin (born 1957), a chess FIDE Master from Barbados
  • Ray Corbin (born 1949), an American former Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Rita Corbin (contemporary), an American Catholic Worker and artist
  • Robert Corbin (contemporary), a Guyanese politician
  • Roberto Corbin (born 1953), a Panamanian football player known for being the first Panamanian player to play in Europe
  • Rosemary Corbin, a former mayor of Richmond, California and community leader
  • Samantha Howard Corbin (contemporary), an American television writer and producer
  • Serge Corbin, a professional canoe racer
  • Thomas G. Corbin (born 1820-?), an United States Navy officer
  • Tim Corbin (contemporary), an American baseball coach
  • Tyrone Corbin (born 1962), an American retired American basketball player
  • Virginia Lee Corbin (1910-1942), an American silent film actress
  • Yvan Corbin (born 1972), a retired professional ice hockey forward

In fictional characters:

See also:

  • Corben (disambiguation)



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