Thorlakson is a surname.
Thorlakson, Thorlaksson, Thorlaxson are likely the same variant. This surname is of Icelandic descent.
Notable people with the surname include:
Katie Thorlakson is a Canadian retired soccer forward, who last played for Melbourne Victory FC. Thorlakson won two medals with the Canadian women's national soccer team at the Pan American Games in 2003 and 2007. She played collegiately soccer for the University of Notre Dame women's soccer team, where she record 73 assists, second most in school history. In 2004, she won the Soccer America Player of the Year Award, awarded to the best player in collegiate soccer for that year.
Paul Henrik Thorbjorn Thorlakson, was a Canadian physician and Chancellor of the University of Winnipeg.
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