Haig (surname)

Haig (surname)

Haig is a surname, and may refer to:
* Al Haig, a jazz musician
* Alexander Haig, U.S. Army general, White House Chief of Staff and U.S. Secretary of State
* Brian Haig, author, son of General Alexander Haig
* David Haig, British actor
* David Haig (biologist), Australian biologist
* Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, senior British commander during World War I
* George Haig, 2nd Earl Haig, soldier and artist
* Alexander Haig, Viscount Dawick, heir to 2nd Earl Haig
* Jack Haig, British actor
* John Thomas Haig, Canadian politician
* Ned Haig, Rugby Union player
* Nigel Haig, British cricketer
* Paul Haig, British musician
* Roderick Haig-Brown, Canadian writer and conservationist
* Alan Haig-Brown, Canadian novelist
* Shirley Haig, New Zealand hockey player
* Sid Haig, American actor

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