Goodwin (surname)

Goodwin (surname)

Goodwin is a surname, and may refer to


* Albert Goodwin (1887–1918), Canadian labour leader
* Alfred Goodwin (1923-), American Federal judge
* Archie Goodwin (comics) (1937–1998), American comic book writer, editor, and artist
* Brian Goodwin (1931-), Canadian mathematician
* Carly Goodwin, American country music artist
* Charles Wycliffe Goodwin (1817–1878), British egyptologist and lawyer
* Dan Goodwin, American amateur stuntman
* Doris Kearns Goodwin (1943-), American historian
* Eddie Goodwin, American Musician
* Francis Goodwin (1784–1835), English architect
* Fred Goodwin (1958-), Royal Bank of Scotland executive
* Freddie Goodwin (1933-), English football player
* Ginnifer Goodwin (1978-), American actress from TV show "Big Love" and other works
* Gordon Goodwin (1955-), American jazz pianist, saxophonist, composer, arranger and conductor
* Gordon Goodwin (athlete) (1895-?), a British athlete
* Hannibal Goodwin (1822-1900), American Episcopal priest and film technology inventor
* Harold Goodwin (1902-1987), American film actor
* Harold Goodwin (English actor) (1917-2004), English film and television actor
* Henry B. Goodwin (1878-1931), Swedish photographer and expert on Nordic languages
* Harold L. Goodwin (1914-1990), American writer.
* Ichabod Goodwin (1796-1882), American politician, former Governor of New Hampshire
* Jeff Goodwin, American sociology expert
* Jimi Goodwin (1970-), English rock musician (The Doves)
* John Goodwin (preacher) (1594-1665), English preacher and religious writer
* John B. Goodwin (1850-1921), former Mayor of Atlanta, Georgia
* John Noble Goodwin (1824-1887), American politician, former Governor of Arizona and U.S. Representative from Maine & Arizona
* Jonathan Goodwin (1980-), British television escapologist
* Laurel Goodwin (1942-), American actress
* Matt Goodwin, former Australian rugby league player.
* Mark Goodwin, drummer of Australian rock band Sick Puppies
* Murray Goodwin (1972-), Zimbabwean Test cricketer
* Nathaniel Carl Goodwin (1857-1919), American actor and vaudevillian
* Sir Reg Goodwin (1908-1986), British politician
* Ron Goodwin (1925-2003), British composer and conductor
* Richard N. Goodwin (1931-), American writer & speechwriter
* Sid Goodwin, Australian rugby league footballer
* Simon Goodwin (1976-), Australian rules footballer
* Thomas Goodwin (1600-1680), British Puritan preacher
* Tom Goodwin (1968-), American professional baseball player
* Trudie Goodwin (1951-), English actress
* W. A. R. Goodwin (1869-1939), American preacher who led Colonial Williamsburg preservation effort
* Wayne Goodwin, American politician, current in North Carolina State Assembly
* William Watson Goodwin (1831-1912), American classics scholar

Other uses

* Archie Goodwin (fictional detective) from the "Nero Wolfe" books
* Caitlyn Goodwin (Magical DoReMi) fictional character from the "Ojamajo Doremi" Japanese series

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