Celebrities with middle name: Laurence

Posted Jul 10, 2012
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  1. Lauren Hutton

    Lauren Hutton


    Lauren Hutton (born November 17, 1943) is an American model and actress. Hutton notably appeared on the cover of Vogue magazine on 28 occasions and earned more than any other model within a decade-long period.

  2. Edward Albert

    Edward Albert


    Edward Albert (February 20, 1951 – September 22, 2006) was an American film and television actor.

  3. Larry Bryggman

    Larry Bryggman


    Arvid Laurence "Larry" Bryggman (born December 21, 1938) is an American actor.

  4. Jack Johnson

    Jack Johnson


    Jack Laurence Johnson (born April 7, 1987) is an American actor, best known for his performance as the character Will Robinson in the 1998 movie, Lost in Space.

  5. Tristan Laurence Perez

    Tristan Laurence Perez


  6. Richard Laurence Marquette

    Richard Laurence Marquette


    Richard Laurence Marquette (also known as Dick Marquette; born December 12, 1934) is an American convicted murderer. Marquette was a serial killer who killed three women, drained their blood, mutilated and dismembered their bodies and scattered their remains. He was the first person ever to be added as an eleventh name on the FBI Ten Most Wanted List, in connection with the 1961 murder of Joan Caudle in Salem, Oregon. He has been incarcerated at the Oregon State Penitentiary since June 1975.

  7. Larry See

    Larry See


    Ralph Laurence See (born June 20, 1960, in Norwalk, California) was a Major League Baseball first baseman. He played in 26 games for the Los Angeles Dodgers and Texas Rangers during the 1986 and 1988 baseball seasons.

  8. Manley Laurence Power

    Manley Laurence Power


    Admiral Sir Manley Laurence Power KCB, CBE, DSO & Bar, DL (10 January 1904 – 17 May 1981) was a Royal Navy Admiral who fought in World War II as a Captain and later rose to more senior ranks, including the NATO position Allied Commander-in-Chief, Channel. He is chiefly remembered for leading the 26th Destroyer Flotilla that sank the Japanese cruiser Haguro in the Malacca Strait during Operation Dukedom.

  9. Jay Laurence Lush

    Jay Laurence Lush


    Jay Laurence Lush (January 3, 1896 – May 22, 1982) was a pioneering animal geneticist who made important contributions to livestock breeding. He is sometimes known as the father of modern scientific animal breeding. Lush received National Medal of Science in 1968 and the Wolf Prize in 1979.

  10. Jackie Gallagher

    Jackie Gallagher


    John Laurence Gallagher (January 28, 1902 Providence, Rhode Island – September 10, 1984 Gladwyne, Pennsylvania) was a Major League Baseball outfielder who played for the Cleveland Indians for one season. He played for one game during the 1923 Cleveland Indians season on August 24, 1923. A single left Gallagher with a rare MLB career batting average of 1.000.

  11. Edward Laurence Albert

    Edward Laurence Albert


  12. John Laurence Seymour

    John Laurence Seymour


    John Laurence Seymour (January 18, 1893 in Los Angeles – February 1, 1986 in San Francisco) was an American composer and playwright. He studied composition with Ildebrando Pizzetti and Felice Boghen in Italy between 1923 and 1928. He also studied with Vincent d'Indy in France. From 1928 to 1936 he served on the faculty at the University of California, Berkeley where he lectured mostly on opera and drama. In 1940 he earned a PhD in English literature from Berkeley; his dissertation, Drama and Libretto, consisted of four adaptations of two Shakespeare plays. In 1941 he became chairman of the theatre department of Sacramento Junior College where he stayed for more than two decades. From 1969–1985 he was a librarian at Southern Utah College in Cedar City, Utah.

  13. Joseph Laurence Black

    Joseph Laurence Black


    Joseph Laurence Black (January 12, 1829 – March 12, 1907) was a businessman and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada. He represented Westmorland County in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from 1878 to 1882 and from 1886 to 1890.

  14. Sir Laurence Olivier

    Sir Laurence Olivier


  15. Patric Laurence Dickinson

    Patric Laurence Dickinson


    Patric Laurence Dickinson, LVO (born 24 November 1950) has served as Clarenceux King of Arms since 2010. A respected genealogist, he has worked at the College of Arms in London since 1968.

  16. James Laurence Cabell

    James Laurence Cabell


    Dr. James Lawrence Cabell (August 26, 1813 – August 13, 1889 ) was an American sanitarian and author.

  17. Edward Laurence

    Edward Laurence


  18. Elmer Madarik

    Elmer Madarik


  19. Frederick Laurence Schaffner

    Frederick Laurence Schaffner


    Frederick Laurence Schaffner (August 18, 1855 – May 22, 1935) was a Canadian physician and politician.

  20. James Laurence Laughlin

    James Laurence Laughlin

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    James Laurence Laughlin (April 2, 1850 – November 28, 1933) was an American economist and Professor at Harvard University, Cornell University and the University of Chicago,, who helped to found the Federal Reserve System and "one of the most ardent defenders of the gold standard."

  21. Bernard Laurence Hieatt

    Bernard Laurence Hieatt

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    Bernard Laurence Hiett (1909 – 3 May 1930 (Aged 21) was an air pilot from Reading who became famous for his exploits in motorcycle racing, where he achieved several world records in the sport. He has a memorial in Reading Old Cemetery which is Grade II listed.

  22. Brian Laurence Burtt

    Brian Laurence Burtt


    Brian Laurence Burtt ("Bill") (27 August 1913 Claygate, Surrey - 30 May 2008 Edinburgh), was an English botanist and taxonomist who is noted for his contributions to the family Gesneriaceae. This botanist is denoted by the author abbreviation B.L.Burtt when citing a botanical name.

  23. John Laurence Rentoul

    John Laurence Rentoul


    John Laurence Rentoul (6 July 1846 – 15 April 1926), was a member of the Presbyterian clergy and a poet.

  24. William Laurence Sullivan

    William Laurence Sullivan


    William Laurence Sullivan (November 15, 1872—October 5, 1935) was an American Unitarian clergyman, prolific author and literary critic, whose Letters to His Holiness, Pope Pius X (1910), was the last work by a U.S. author to have been placed on Vatican's list of prohibited books (Index Librorum Prohibitorum).

  25. Silas Laurence Loomis

    Silas Laurence Loomis


    Silas Laurence Loomis (1822–1896) was an American scientist, educator, and inventor.

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