Werner (name)

Werner (name)

Werner is a name of Germanic origins. It is common both as a given name and a surname. There are alternate spellings, such as the Scandinavian, "Verner".

The oldest known usage of the name was in the Habsburg family.
* Werner I, Bishop of Strasbourg (c. 980 - 1028)
* Werner I, Count of Habsburg (c. 1025 - 1096)
* Werner II, Count of Habsburg ( - 1167)

Other people with the name Werner include:

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* Abraham Gottlob Werner (1749 - 1817), German geologist
* Alfred Werner (1866 - 1919), Swiss Nobel-prize winning chemist
* Buddy (Wallace Jerold) Werner (1936 - 1964), American alpine skier
* C. W. Otto Werner (1879 - 1936), German physician, discoverer of the premature aging condition, Werner syndrome
* Carla Werner, New Zealander / Australian singer-songwriter
* Emmy Werner, American psychologist
* Franz Werner (1867 - 1939), Austrian herpetologist and entomologist
* Friedrich Ludwig Zacharias Werner (1768 - 1823), German poet, dramatist and preacher
* Georg Werner (1904-2002), Swedish swimmer
* Gerhard Werner, Austrian American neuroscientist
* Heinrich Werner (1874 - 1946), German physician
* Jan Werner Danielsen (1976 - 2006), Norwegian pop rock singer
* Jan Werner (born 1946), Polish athlete
* Johannes Werner (1466 – 1528), German priest and cartographer, inventor of the Werner map projection
* Josiah Werner (born 1980), American rock musician
* Lars Werner (born 1935), Swedish politician
* Marco Werner (born 1966), Winner of 24 Hours of Le Mans 2005 & 2006
* Markus Werner (born 1944), Swiss writer
* Oskar Werner (1922 – 1984), Austrian theater and movie actor.
* Pierre Werner (1913 - 2002), Luxembourger politician
* Gladys "Skeeter" Werner Walker (1933 - 2001), American alpine skier
* Susan Werner (born 1965), American singer/songwriter
* Susan Werner Kieffer (born 1942), American physical geologist and planetary scientist
* Theodore B. Werner (1892 - 1989), American politician
* Tom Werner (born 1950), American television producer (see Carsey-Werner) and owner of the Boston Red Sox
* Tommy Werner (born 1966), Swedish swimmer
* Wendelin Werner (born 1968), French mathematician, winner of the Fields medal in 2006
* Yehudah Leopold Werner (born 1931), Israeli zoologist
* Zack Werner (born 1960), Canadian artist and producer; judge on "Canadian Idol"

Given name

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* Werner Aisslinger (born 1964), German furniture designer
* Werner Abrolat (1924 - 1997), German actor and voice actor
* Werner Aspenstrom (1918 - 1997), Swedish poet
* Werner Asam (born 1944), German television actor, director and writer
* Werner Best (1903 - 1989), high-ranking Nazi official during World War II
* Werner Bochmann (1900 – 1993), German composer
* Werner Bruschke (1898- 1995), East German politician
* Werner Cabrera, Peruvian politician
* Werner Christie (born 1949), Norwegian Labour Party politician, former Minister of Social Affairs and Health and Social Affairs
* Werner Dankwort (1895 - 1986), German diplomat before and after the Nazi era
* Werner Erhard, American founder of Erhard Seminars Training (EST) and The Landmark Forum
* Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1945 – 1982), German movie director, screenwriter and actor
* Werner Finck (1902 - 1978), German comedian
* Werner Franz (born 1972), Austrian former alpine skier
* Werner Fenchel (1905 – 1988), German mathematician
* Werner Forssmann, (1904 – 1979), German physician, received Nobel Prize for cardiological studies
* Werner Franz (born 1972), Austrian alpine skier.
* Werner G. Goering, American bomber pilot during World War II
* Werner Günthör (born 1961), Swiss olympic track and field athlete
* Werner Hamacher (born 1948), German deconstructive literary critic and theorist
* Werner Heisenberg (1901 – 1976), German quantum physicist and Nobel laureate
* Werner Herzog (born 1942), German film and opera actor, director, and screenwriter
* Werner Hippler (born 1970), plays American football in Germany for the Cologne Centurions, formerly played for Frankfurt Galaxy
* Werner Hoeger (born 1954), Venezuelan Olympic athlete
* Werner Hug (born 1952), Swiss chess player
* Werner Jäger (born 1959), Austrian speed skater
* Werner Kiem (born 1962), Italian biathlete
* Werner Klemperer (1920 - 2000), German actor
* Werner Koch (born 1961), German free software author
* Werner Kohlmeyer (1924 - 1974), West German football (soccer) player
* Werner Krämer (born 1940), West German football (soccer) player
* Werner Krauss (1884 - 1959), German film actor
* Werner Kutzelnigg (born 1933), prominent Austrian-German theoretical chemist
* Werner Lička (born 1954), Czech football (soccer) player and manager
* Werner Liebrich (1927 - 1995), German football (soccer) player and coach
* Werner Molders, Nazi German Luttwaffe fighter ace in World War II
* Werner Munter (1941 - 2007), Swiss mountaineering expert
* Hans Werner Olm (Born Hans Olm, 1955), German television and film comedian
* Werner Otto (born 1948), East German track cyclist
* Werner Perathoner (born 1967), Italian alpine skier
* Werner Peter (born 1950), East German football (soccer) player
* Werner Potzernheim (born 1927), German road bicycle and track cyclist
* Werner Rahn (born 1939), German naval officer and naval historian
* Werner Reiterer (born 1968), Australian discus thrower
* Werner Rolevinck (1425 - 1502), Carthusian monk
* Werner Roth (German football coach), coach of Karlsruher SC in the 1960s
* Werner Roth (soccer) (born 1948), American soccer player
* Werner Roth (comics), American comic book artist
* Werner Schildhauer (born 1959), East German olympic track and field athlete
* Werner Schmidt (born 1932), Canadian politician
* Werner Schnitzer (born 1942), German television actor
* Werner Schroeter (born 1945), German film director
* Werner Sobek (born 1953), German architect and research engineer
* Werner Stengel (born 1936), German engineer and roller coaster designer
* Werner Stocker (1955 - 1993), German film and television actor
* Werner von Siemens (1816 – 1892), German inventor and industrialist.
* Werner Voss (1897 - 1917), German World War I fighter ace

ee also

* Wernher
* Warner

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