Anthony Bennett

Anthony Bennett or Tony Bennett may refer to:

  • Anthony Bennett (politician) (born 1947), British politician
  • Anthony Bennett (Australian artist) (born 1966)
  • Tony Bennett (sociologist) Australian academic and cultural theorist
  • Tony Bennett (born 1926), American pop and jazz singer and painter
  • Tony Bennett (basketball) (born 1969), former American basketball player and current basketball coach
  • Tony Bennett (American football) (born 1967), former American football player
  • Tony Bennett (superintendent), Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction
  • Anthony Bennett (basketball), Canadian high school basketball player
  • Anthony Bennet, MP for Bodmin (UK Parliament constituency)
  • Roy Anthony Cutaran Bennett (1913-1968), editor of the Manila Bulletin tortured by Japanese during World War II

Other articles related to "anthony bennett":

Michael Barrymore - Biography - Death of Stuart Lubbock
... former solicitor, politician and local activist Anthony Bennett initiated a private prosecution, comprising six charges regarding Barrymore's alleged misuse of drink and drugs on ... As has been noted above, Anthony Bennett was no longer a solicitor and was acting independently of Terry Lubbock, Stuart's father ... The re-investigation followed a lengthy dossier submitted by Anthony Bennett, who was now Terry Lubbock's solicitor, cataloguing a series of alleged failures by Essex Police in the original ...

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    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)

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    —Susan B. Anthony (1820–1907)