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Threlfall is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

David Threlfall is an English stage, film and television actor and director. He is probably best known for playing Frank Gallagher in Channel 4's series Shameless. He has also directed several episodes of the show. In April 2014, he portrayed comedian Tommy Cooper in a television film entitled Tommy Cooper: Not Like That, Like This. In 2014, he starred alongside Jude Law in the thriller Black Sea.

Joseph Richard Threlfall was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Bolton Wanderers and Halifax Town.

Edward Threlfall was an English professional footballer. He spent eleven years at Blackpool in the early 1900s, making over three hundred Football League appearances for the club. He played as a defender.

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Richard Threlfall British chemist

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