Thomas Robbins, Tom Robbins or Thomas Robins may refer to:
Rev. Thomas Robbins, D.D. was a Congregational minister, a bibliophile, and an antiquarian. He became the first librarian of the Connecticut Historical Society.
Thomas Robbins is an author and an independent scholar of sociology of religion.
Tom Alan Robbins is an American actor. He recently returned to the role of Pumbaa in The Lion King, a role he originated at its Broadway opening. Before returning to The Lion King, he appeared in the Broadway production of Is He Dead?, a comedy written by Mark Twain, as Hans von Bismarck, a role which he originated in 2007. He has been on television shows including Seinfeld, NYPD Blue, Law & Order, The Good Wife, and Baby Talk.
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Charles Moore may refer to:
Thomas King or Tom King may refer to:
Thomas Wilson, Tom Wilson or Tommy Wilson may refer to:
Tom Smith may refer to:
Thomas Watson may refer to:
Pocock is a surname, and may refer to:
Ellis is a first name and surname of English and Welsh origin. The surname was first recorded in 1202 in Lincolnshire, England.
William Ellis may refer to:
The following is a list of notable people who died in March 2005.
Thomas or Tom Baker may refer to:
Bateman may refer to:
Ellis Hollins is a British Soap Award-winning actor. He is best known for playing the role of Tom Cunningham in the Channel 4 soap opera Hollyoaks, which he has played since he was 3-years-old. In 2006, he appeared in Alpha Male, a family film released in the United Kingdom.
Thomas, Tom or Tommy Hill may refer to:
Bob, Bobby, Rob, Robbie or Robert Ellis may refer to:
Thomas Edwards or Tom Edwards may refer to:
Stanley is a family name and masculine given name dating from the 11/12th century contraction of Stone and Leigh (meadow).
Thomas or Tom Ellis may refer to:
Robbins is an English language surname. People with the name include:
Tom is mostly used as a diminutive of Thomas. In Germanic countries and Scandinavia, "Tom" is in use as a formal given name.
Waterhouse is an Old English locational surname. It comes from Waterhouses, County Durham, Waterhouse, Lancashire, Waterhouse, Staffordshire and Waterhouse in Chelmsford, Essex.