David Lloyd
David Lloyd may refer to:
  • David Lloyd (judge)
    David Lloyd (judge)
    David Lloyd was an American lawyer and politician from colonial Chester, Pennsylvania. He was William Penn's personal lawyer, Attorney General of Pennsylvania and a member of the Popular or Quaker party who served in the Pennsylvania General Assembly, including six terms as its Speaker...

     (1656–1731), chief justice of colonial Pennsylvania
  • David Lloyd (priest) (c.1688–1747?) Welsh cleric and translator
  • David Lloyd (tenor)
    David Lloyd (tenor)
    David George Lloyd was a Welsh singer. Lloyd, a tenor, was noted for being one of the first Welsh solo singers to seek a broader audience beyond Wales, in the concert halls and recording studios of England, mainland Europe, and North America.During his lifetime, Lloyd was renowned in opera,...

     (1912–1969), British tenor
  • David Lloyd (botanist)
    David Lloyd (botanist)
    David Lloyd was an evolutionary biologist and the seventh New Zealander to be elected as a fellow of the Royal Society in London. He did pioneering work in the field of plant reproduction....

     (c.1938–2006), New Zealand plant scientist and victim of poisoning scandal
  • David Lloyd (writer)
    David Lloyd (writer)
    David Lloyd was an American screenwriter and producer for television.He wrote for many popular and award-winning sitcoms, such as The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Bob Newhart Show, Taxi, Cheers, Frasier and Wings. Lloyd wrote the Emmy-winning "Chuckles Bites the Dust", an episode of the...

     (1934–2009), American television writer
  • David Lloyd (broadcaster)
    David Lloyd (broadcaster)
    David Lloyd is an English radio presenter and executive, currently working for the Midlands-based group Orion Media as director of programming & marketing and a presenter.-Biography:...

    , British radio broadcaster
  • David Lloyd (comics) (born 1950), illustrator of the graphic novel V for Vendetta
  • David Lloyd (actor)
    David Lloyd (actor)
    David Lloyd is an English actor and screenwriter, perhaps best known from his role in Maid Marian and her Merry Men, where he played Graeme, one of the two guards .-Biography:...

     (born 1955)
  • David Lloyd (Welsh politician)
    David Lloyd (Welsh politician)
    Dr David Rees Lloyd is a Welsh politician. He has a wife Catherine, and they have 3 children. He was the Plaid Cymru National Assembly for Wales Member for South Wales West from 1999 to 2011....

     (born 1956), Welsh politician
  • David Lloyd (diplomat)
    David Lloyd (diplomat)
    David Andrew Lloyd OBE is a former British diplomat.He was educated at Lancing College. He was appointed as British Ambassador to Slovenia in 1997 before retiring from the Diplomatic Service in 2000.-References:...

    , former British ambassador to Slovenia
  • David Lloyd (academic)
    David Lloyd (academic)
    David Lloyd is a professor of literature. He holds a B.A. , an M.A. , and a PhD in Literature and Colonialism, all from Cambridge University...

    , Professor of English and political activist
  • Gareth David-Lloyd
    Gareth David-Lloyd
    Gareth David-Lloyd is a Welsh actor best known for his role as Ianto Jones in the British science fiction television programme Torchwood.- Early life :...

     (born 1981), actor who plays Ianto in the television series Torchwood
  • David Lloyd George
    David Lloyd George
    David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor OM, PC was a British Liberal politician and statesman...

    , the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom during World War I
  • David Lloyd (musician)
    David Lloyd (musician)
    David Lloyd is an English singer, musician, songwriter, currently living in Newcastle upon Tyne.-Biography:David Lloyd is a multi-media artist/composer/singer from South Shields in the North East of England. Lloyd moved to London in 1976, to study at Central St Martins College of Art...

    , singer with Uropa Lula
  • David Lloyd (sportscaster)
    David Lloyd (sportscaster)
    David Lloyd is a sportscaster for ESPN. He appears on ESPNews and on the weekend SportsCenter, often with Cindy Brunson.Lloyd is a native of Westport, Connecticut. He has a bachelor's degree in international relations from Colgate University...

    , SportsCenter anchor for ESPN

  • David Lloyd (footballer)
    David Lloyd (footballer)
    David Lloyd was an English footballer who played for Thames Ironworks, the club that went on to become West Ham United.Lloyd played for the Third Grenadier Guards before moving to the Irons in 1898...

     (1872–unknown), forward for Thames Ironworks F.C.
  • David Lloyd (riflemaker and sportsman)
    David Lloyd (riflemaker and sportsman)
    David Llewellyn Lloyd was an English deer-stalker, metallurgist, ballistician and sporting rifle maker, of Northamptonshire, England and Glencassley in Sutherland, Scotland. After service in the Royal Air Force in the Second World War, extensive deer stalking, and frequent rifle shooting visits to...

     (1910–1996), English deer-stalker, metallurgist, ballistician and sporting rifle maker
  • Dave Lloyd (American football) (born 1936), former National Football League player
  • David Lloyd (cricketer)
    David Lloyd (cricketer)
    David Lloyd is a former English cricketer who played county cricket for Lancashire and Test and One Day International cricket for England. He also played semi-professional football for Accrington Stanley...

     (born 1947), former England Test cricketer, coach and current cricket commentator
  • David Lloyd (tennis)
    David Lloyd (tennis)
    David Lloyd is a former professional English tennis player and businessman.He was born in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex. He and his younger brother John Lloyd became two of the most successful British tennis players throughout the 1970s and 1980s. David captained the British Davis Cup team and became a...

     (born 1948), former professional tennis player and founder of the David Lloyd Tennis Clubs
  • Dave Lloyd (cyclist)
    Dave Lloyd (cyclist)
    Dave Lloyd , is an English former professional cyclist.Lloyd began racing in 1969 and came seventh in the Milk Race and rode in the 1972 Munich Olympics. In 1973 he turned professional with Raleigh, and over the next three years he won the national 5000m pursuit championship twice and set a...

    (born 1949), former professional and Olympic cyclist and now cycling coach
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