Celebrities with first name: Virgil

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  1. Virgil Frye

    Virgil Frye


    Virgil Charles Frye, (August 21, 1930 - May 7, 2012), was an American actor and former Golden Gloves boxing champion.

  2. Virgil Trucks

    Virgil Trucks


    Virgil Oliver "Fire" Trucks (April 26, 1917 – March 23, 2013) was a starting pitcher and coach in Major League Baseball. From 1941 through 1958, Trucks played for the Detroit Tigers (1941–1943, 1945–1952, 1956), St. Louis Browns (1953), Chicago White Sox (1953–1955), Kansas City Athletics (1958) and New York Yankees (1958). He batted and threw right-handed.

  3. Virgil 'The Turk' Sollozzo

    Virgil 'The Turk' Sollozzo


  4. Virgil Donati

    Virgil Donati


    Virgil Donati (born 22 October 1958) is an Australian drummer, frequent drum clinician and a producer. He is currently playing with Planet X, Allan Holdsworth, and his own band among other projects. Virgil is perhaps most well known for his fast, highly technical drumming skills. He holds the drum sticks in the traditional style and is also proficient at the keyboard.

  5. Virgil Goode

    Virgil Goode


    Virgil Hamlin Goode, Jr. (/ɡd/, born October 17, 1946) is an American politician who served as a member of the United States House of Representatives from 1997 to 2009, first as a Democrat; in 2000 became an independent; in 2002 he switched to the Republican Party.

  6. Virgil Thomson

    Virgil Thomson


    Virgil Thomson (November 25, 1896 – September 30, 1989) was an American composer and critic. He was instrumental in the development of the "American Sound" in classical music. He has been described as a modernist, a neoclassicist, a composer of "an Olympian blend of humanity and detachment" whose "expressive voice was always carefully muted" until his late opera Lord Byron which, in contrast to all his previous work, exhibited an emotional content that rises to "moments of real passion", and a neoromantic.

  7. Spud Davis

    Spud Davis


    Virgil Lawrence "Spud" Davis (December 20, 1904 – August 14, 1984) was an American professional baseball player, coach, scout and manager. He played in Major League Baseball as a catcher for the St. Louis Cardinals, Philadelphia Phillies, Cincinnati Reds, and Pittsburgh Pirates. Davis' .308 career batting average ranks fourth all-time among major league catchers.

  8. Virgil Vasquez

    Virgil Vasquez


    Virgil Matthew Vasquez (born June 7, 1982 in Santa Barbara, California) is a former right-handed professional baseball pitcher. He appeared in part of two Major League Baseball seasons with the Detroit Tigers and Pittsburgh Pirates. He and J.P. Martinez currently serve as the pitching coaches of the Gulf Coast League Twins.

  9. Virgil E. Hammond III

    Virgil E. Hammond III


  10. Virgil Cantini

    Virgil Cantini


    Virgil David Cantini (1919–2009) was an enamelist, sculptor and educator. He was well known for innovation with enamel and steel and received both local and national recognition for his work, including honorary awards, competitive prizes and commissions, along with a Guggenheim Fellowship in 1957. Cantini long served as a faculty member at the University of Pittsburgh, where he helped to create the Department of Studio Arts. A longtime resident of the Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Cantini died on May 2, 2009 at the age of 90. Today, many of his large scale works are on display throughout the city of Pittsburgh.

  11. Virgil Carter

    Virgil Carter


    Virgil R. Carter (born November 9, 1945, in Annabella, Utah) is a former professional American football quarterback who played in the National Football League and the World Football League from 1967 through 1976. He was the first great quarterback from Brigham Young University. While at BYU Carter set six national, 19 conference, and 24 school records and was an academic All-American. He led BYU to its first-ever football conference championship in 1965.

  12. Virgil R. Miller

    Virgil R. Miller


    Colonel Virgil Rasmuss Miller (November 11, 1900 – August 5, 1968) was a United States Army officer who served as Regimental Commander of the 442d Regimental Combat Team (RCT), a unit which was composed of "Nisei" (second generation Americans of Japanese descent), during World War II. He led the 442nd in its rescue of the Lost Texas Battalion of the 36th Infantry Division, in the forests of the Vosges Mountains in northeastern France.

  13. Virgil Shaw

    Virgil Shaw


    Virgil Shaw is an American singer-songwriter who currently resides in Portland, Oregon. Shaw grew up in Fairfax, California. He began his career in Arcata, CA in the late 1980s as a member of the high energy speed-pop band Brent's T.V. He later moved to San Francisco where he played in the band Dieselhed from 1992 to 2000. When Dieselhed disbanded in 2000, Shaw began to perform and record as a solo artist, sometimes with the help of his backing band that he named "The Killer Views". After a stint in New York City, in 2006, he moved to Portland, Oregon.

  14. Virgil Patrick Copas

    Virgil Patrick Copas


    Archbishop Virgil Patrick Copas KBE MSC (19 March 1915 – 3 October 1993) was archbishop of Kerema and Port Moresby, both in Papua New Guinea.

  15. Virgil Bernero

    Virgil Bernero


    Virgil "Virg" Bernero (born March 31, 1964) is the current mayor of Lansing, Michigan, elected on November 8, 2005 and re-elected on November 3, 2009. He is a member of the Democratic Party. Prior to serving as mayor, Bernero served as a legislative aide, an Ingham County Commissioner and as a member of the Michigan House of Representatives and the Michigan Senate. He was the Democratic nominee for Governor of Michigan in 2010, losing in the November 2 general election to Republican Rick Snyder.

  16. Virgil Earp

    Virgil Earp


    Virgil Walter Earp (1843 – 1905) was the Deputy U.S. Marshal for Cochise County and Tombstone City Marshal when he led his brothers Morgan and Wyatt along with Doc Holliday in a confrontation with outlaw Cowboys at the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral on October 26, 1881. They killed three Cowboys, but two months later, friends of the slain outlaws retaliated, ambushing Virgil. They hit him in the back with three shotgun rounds, shattering his left arm and leaving him permanently maimed. His brother Morgan Earp was assassinated in March 1882 and Virgil left Tombstone for Colton, California, to live with his parents and recuperate.

  17. Ned Garvin

    Ned Garvin


    Virgil Lee Garvin (January 1, 1874 – June 16, 1908c) was a pitcher in Major League Baseball. He pitched in 181 games with six teams from 1896-1904.

  18. Virgil Adamson

    Virgil Adamson


  19. Virgil Johnson (singer)

    Virgil Johnson (singer)


    Virgil Lewis Johnson (December 29, 1935 – February 24, 2013) was an African American deejay, formerly at radio station KDAV in Lubbock. He was the lead singer of The Velvets, a 1950s and 1960s vocal quintet from Odessa, also in West Texas. They are best remembered for their 1961 hit "Tonight (Could Be the Night)", which peaked at No. 26 on the Billboard pop charts. The song refers to a young woman waiting to fall in love or perhaps for her intended to propose marriage and present her with a ring of commitment. The Velvets can be heard chanting "doo-wop" as a refrain in a song. Doo wop is considered to have originated in 1955 with The Turbans' "When You Dance". However, the Velvets were a special type of doo-wop group because their sound was highly polished, and the backing usually included stringed instruments.

  20. Virgil Robinson

    Virgil Robinson


  21. Joe Lindahl

    Joe Lindahl


  22. Virgil Măgureanu

    Virgil Măgureanu


    Virgil Măgureanu, (born March 19, 1941) is a Romanian sociologist that was the head of the main intelligence service of Romania, Serviciul Român de Informații, or SRI (Romanian Intelligence Service) between March 26, 1990 and April 25, 1997 (when he resigned following a disclosure about his personal wealth, made at television while Virgil Măgureanu was among the invited people).

  23. Virgil Effinger

    Virgil Effinger


    Virgil H. "Bert" Effinger (1873 – 15 December 1955) was a renegade member of the Ku Klux Klan who became the self-proclaimed leader of the Black Legion in the United States, active mostly in Ohio and Michigan. The white secret vigilante group was made up of native-born Protestant men, many from the South, who were threatened by immigration and contemporary industrial society during the struggles of the Great Depression. One-third of the members in Michigan lived in Detroit. Effinger advocated a fascist revolution in the US with himself as dictator.

  24. Virgil Preda

    Virgil Preda


    Virgil Preda (September 2, 1923 - October 23, 2011) was a Romanian painter.

  25. Virgil Kalakoda

    Virgil Kalakoda


    Virgil "The Conqueror" Kalakoda (born 24 December 1979) is a South African welterweight boxer and kickboxer, fighting out of Full Body Impact Gym in Sydney, Australia. He is former light-middleweight boxing champion, currently competing in K-1 MAX.

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