Goldsmith (disambiguation)

Goldsmith (disambiguation)

A goldsmith is a metalworker who specializes in working with gold.

Goldsmith may also refer to:


In government:

* Peter Goldsmith, Baron Goldsmith (b. 1950), Attorney General of England and Wales, 2001-2007
* Stephen Goldsmith (b. 1946), American politician; mayor of Indianapolis, 1992-2000

In academia and literature:

* Cele Goldsmith Lalli (1933-2002), American editor
* Edward Goldsmith (b. 1928), Anglo-French environmentalist, author and professor
* Jack L. Goldsmith, American legal scholar and author
* John Goldsmith (b. 1951), American linguistics professor
* Oliver Goldsmith (c.1730-1774), Irish writer and physician
* Raymond W. Goldsmith (1904-1988), American economist
* Kenneth Goldsmith (b. 1961), American poet and academic
* Olivia Goldsmith (1949-2004), American novelist
* Sheherazade Goldsmith (b. 1974), English environmentalist and author

In sports:

* Fred Goldsmith (1852-1939), American baseball pitcher
* Fred Goldsmith (coach), American football coach
* Fred Goldsmith (Australian rules footballer) (b. 1932), Victorian Football League player
* Paul Goldsmith (b. 1925), American motorcycle and automobile racer

In entertainment:

* Clio Goldsmith (b. 1957), French actress
* Gardner Goldsmith, American radio host and scriptwriter
* Glen Goldsmith (b. 1965), English singer
* Harvey Goldsmith (b. 1946), English concert promoter
* Jerry Goldsmith (1929-2004), American film score composer
* Joel Goldsmith (b. 1957), American film and television music composer
* Nick Goldsmith (b. 1971), British TV and video producer
* William Goldsmith (b. 1972), American rock drummer

In business:

* Ben Goldsmith (b. 1980), English financier and environmentalist
* James Goldsmith (1933-1997), Anglo-French financier


* Lady Annabel Goldsmith (b. 1934), English socialite
* Jemima Goldsmith (b. 1974), English socialite
* Joel S. Goldsmith (1892-1964), American religious leader and author
* Larkin Goldsmith Mead (1835-1910), American sculptor
* Zac Goldsmith (b. 1975), English environmentalist


* Goldsmith, Indiana, US
* Goldsmith, New York, US
* Goldsmith, Texas, US

Other uses

* "Goldsmith", the seventh boss in the arcade game "Gun.Smoke"
* Goldsmith Book Prize, press, politics, and public policy book award at Harvard university
* Goldsmith Defense, an uncommon chess opening
* Goldsmith's, department store in Memphis, Tennessee
* Goldsmiths (store), jewelry store in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland
* Goldsmiths, University of London, educational college in England
* Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, Livery Company in London
* Society of North American Goldsmiths, nonprofit organization for jewelers and metal artists

ee also

*German variants: Goldschmid, Goldschmied, Goldschmidt, Goldschmitt
*Latin variant: Aurifaber

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