Rudd (disambiguation)

Rudd (disambiguation)

Rudd is a family name and may refer to:


Family name

* Alyson Rudd, British journalist
* Bevil Rudd (1894 - 1948), South African athlete, Olympic gold medalist
* Billy Rudd (born 1941), English footballer
* Charles Rudd (1844 - 1916), business associate of Cecil John Rhodes
* Christopher Rudd (born 1963), English cricketer
* Daniel Rudd (1854 - 1933), founder of the National Black Catholic Congress
* Delaney Rudd (born 1962), American professional basketball player 1989 - 1993
* Dwayne Rudd (born 1976), American professional football linebacker
* Eldon Rudd (1920 - 2002), American politician, U.S. Representative from Arizona 1977 - 1987
* G. T. Rudd, English entomologist
* John Rudd (disambiguation), several people
* Kevin Rudd (born 1957), Australian politician, 26th and current Prime Minister of Australia
* Mark William Rudd (born 1947), American educator and anti-war activist
* Mike Rudd (born 1945), New Zealander musician
* Nigel Rudd (born 1946), English fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants
* Paul Rudd (born 1969), American film and stage actor
* Phil Rudd (brn 1954), drummer of the Australian band AC/DC
* Ricky Rudd (born 1956), American NASCAR driver
* Roswell Rudd (born 1935), American jazz trombonist
* Steele Rudd, pseudonym of Arthur Hoey Davis (1868 - 1935), Australian author
* Stephen A. Rudd (1874 - 1936), American politician, U.S. Representative from New York 1931 - 1936
* Xavier Rudd (born 1978), Australian folk musician

Given name

* Rudd Weatherwax (1907 - 1985), American actor and animal trainer

Fictional characters

* Rudd (Greyhawk), a character from the "Greyhawk" campaign setting for the "Dungeons & Dragons" roleplaying game


* Rudd, a small freshwater fish
* Rudd's Mouse, an African mouse


In the United States:
* Rudd, Iowa
* Rudd Field, the original name of McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey

Other uses

* Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity at Yale, a scientific and public policy organization in New Haven, Connecticut
* Rudd Concession, an 1888 mining concession that Charles Rudd secured from Lobengula, King of Matabeleland

ee also

* Rodd

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