Celebrities with last name: Somerville

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  1. Bonnie Somerville
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    Bonnie Somerville

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    Bonnie Somerville (born February 24, 1974) is an American actress and singer. As an actress, she has had roles in a number of movies and television series, most notably NYPD Blue, Grosse Pointe, Friends, The O.C., Cashmere Mafia, and Golden Boy.


  2. Jimmy Somerville
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    Jimmy Somerville

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    James William "Jimmy" Somerville (born 22 June 1961) is a Scottish pop singer and songwriter. He sang in the 1980s with the pop groups Bronski Beat and The Communards, and has also had a solo career. He is known in particular for his falsetto singing voice and for having been openly gay during a period of increasing socio-political debate and conflict in the UK regarding lesbian and gay rights.


  3. Amanda Somerville
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    Amanda Somerville

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    Amanda Somerville (born March 7, 1979) is an American singer-songwriter and vocal coach, known primarily for her work with many European symphonic metal bands. Her voice has a wide range, however she has said herself that her tessitura is in the alto range.


  4. Julia Somerville
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    Julia Somerville

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    Julia Mary Fownes Somerville, Lady Dixon OBE (born 14 July 1947, Wells, Somerset) is an English television news reader and reporter who has worked for the BBC and ITN.


  5. Linda Somerville
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    Linda Somerville

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  6. Sarah Somerville
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    Sarah Somerville

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  7. Henry Boyle Townshend Somerville
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    Henry Boyle Townshend Somerville

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    Vice-Admiral Henry Boyle Townshend Somerville CMG (7 September 1863 – 24 March 1936) was a British navy officer who was murdered by the IRA.


  8. Wesley Somerville
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    Wesley Somerville

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    William Wesley Somerville (c. 1941 – 31 July 1975) was a Northern Irish loyalist, who held the rank of lieutenant in the illegal Ulster Volunteer Force's (UVF) Mid-Ulster Brigade during the period of conflict known as "the Troubles". He also served as a member of the British state's legal Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR). Somerville was part of the UVF unit that ambushed the Irish cabaret band The Miami Showband at Buskhill, County Down, which resulted in the deaths of three of the bandmembers. Somerville was killed, along with Harris Boyle, when the bomb they had loaded onto the band's minibus exploded prematurely. His brother, John James Somerville (a former UDR soldier) was one of the three men convicted of the murders of bandmembers Brian McCoy, Fran O'Toole and Tony Geraghty.


  9. John Somerville (conspirator)
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    John Somerville (conspirator)

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    John Somerville (1560–1583) was a conspirator against the life of Elizabeth I of England.


  10. Parker Somerville
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    Parker Somerville

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  11. John Somerville (footballer)
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    John Somerville (footballer)

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  12. Annesley Somerville
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    Annesley Somerville

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    Sir Annesley Ashworth Somerville (1858 – 15 May 1942) was a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom.


  13. Edith Anna Somerville
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    Edith Anna Somerville

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    Edith Anna Œnone Somerville (2 May 1858 – 8 October 1949) was an Irish novelist who habitually signed herself as "E. Œ. Somerville". She wrote in collaboration with her cousin "Martin Ross" (Violet Martin) under the pseudonym "Somerville and Ross". Together they published a series of fourteen stories and novels, the most popular of which were The Real Charlotte, and The Experiences of an Irish R. M., published in 1899.


  14. Mary Somerville
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    Mary Somerville

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    Mary Fairfax Somerville (26 December 1780 – 29 November 1872) was a Scottish science writer and polymath, at a time when women's participation in science was discouraged. She studied mathematics and astronomy, and was nominated to be jointly the first female member of the Royal Astronomical Society at the same time as Caroline Herschel.


  15. Ed Somerville
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    Ed Somerville

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    Edward G. Somerville (March 1, 1853 – October 1, 1877) was a Major League baseball player from 1875 to 1876. He played with the Philadelphia Centennials, New Haven Elm Citys, and Louisville Grays as an infielder. He had a .200 batting average for his career.


  16. Ross Somerville
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    Ross Somerville

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    Charles Ross "Sandy" Somerville (May 4, 1903 – May 17, 1991) was a Canadian golfer and all-around athlete.


  17. Daniel Somerville
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    Daniel Somerville

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    Daniel Gerald Somerville (26 October 1879 – 1 July 1938) was a Conservative Party politician in the United Kingdom.


  18. Richard Somerville
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    Richard Somerville

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    Richard C. J. Somerville (born 30 May 1941) is a climate scientist who is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA, where he has been a professor since 1979. Somerville also sits on the Science and Security Board of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, where he is involved in the annual deliberations regarding the movement of the Bulletin's famed Doomsday Clock.


  19. David Somerville
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    David Somerville

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    David Somerville (born 9 May 1974) is a Scottish judoka.


  20. Margaret Somerville
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    Margaret Somerville

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    Margaret Anne Ganley Somerville, AM, FRSC (born April 13, 1942) is the Samuel Gale Professor of Law at McGill University, as well as professor in the university's faculty of medicine and the founding director of the law faculty's Centre for Medicine, Ethics and Law.


  21. James Somerville
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    James Somerville

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    Admiral of the Fleet Sir James Fownes Somerville GCBGBEDSODL (17 July 1882 – 19 March 1949) was a Royal Navy officer. He served in the First World War as fleet wireless officer for the Mediterranean Fleet in which capacity he was involved in providing naval support for the Gallipoli Campaign. He also served in the Second World War as commander of the newly formed Force H: after the French armistice with Germany, Winston Churchill gave Somerville and Force H the task of neutralizing the main element of the French battle fleet, then at Mers El Kébir in Algeria. After he had destroyed the French Battle fleet, Somerville played an important role in the pursuit and sinking of the German battleship Bismarck. He later became Commander-in-Chief, Eastern Fleet: in April 1942 Admiral Chūichi Nagumo's powerful Indian Ocean raid inflicted heavy losses on Somerville's fleet including an aircraft carrier, two cruisers, two destroyers, one corvette, five other vessels, and 45 aircraft – all destroyed by the Imperial Japanese Navy. However in Spring 1944, with reinforcements, Somerville was able to go on the offensive in a series of aggressive air strikes in the Japanese-occupied Dutch East Indies. He spent the remainder of the War in charge of the British naval delegation in Washington, D.C.


  22. Bud Somerville
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    Bud Somerville

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    Raymond "Bud" Somerville (born January 27, 1937 in Superior, Wisconsin) is an American curler. He is a two-time World champion, and five time American champion.


  23. Tim Somerville
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    Tim Somerville

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    Tim Somerville (born 1960) is an American curler. He was born in Superior, Wisconsin. He was on the Bronze medal-winning team at the 1992 Winter Olympics, with his father Bud Somerville in Albertville. He also competed at the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, where the American team placed fourth, and at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.


  24. James Somerville, 6th Lord Somerville
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    James Somerville, 6th Lord Somerville

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    James Somerville, 6th Lord Somerville, (c.1518-1569) was a Lord of the Parliament of Scotland


  25. Hugh Somerville, 5th Lord Somerville
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    Hugh Somerville, 5th Lord Somerville

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    Hugh Somerville, 5th Lord Somerville (c. 1484 – 1549) was a lord of the Parliament of Scotland. He is sometimes reckoned to be the 4th Lord Somerville. He succeeded his brother, John Somerville, 4th Lord Somerville. Hugh and John were sons of William Somerville, Master of Somerville, and Marjory Montgomerie.


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