Varney (surname)

Varney (surname)

Varney is a surname, and may refer to:

* Alex Varney, football player.
* Allen Varney, American writer and game designer.
* Sir David Varney, chairman of HM Revenue and Customs.
* Dike Varney, American baseball pitcher.
* Janet Varney, American actress.
* Jim Varney, American actor.
* Louis Varney, French composer.
* Luke Varney, English football player.
* Mike Varney, American record producer.
* Pete Varney, American baseball player.
* Reg Varney, English actor.
* Stuart Varney, economic journalist.
* Walter Varney, American aviation pioneer.

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