David Mc Kay - People

People

  • David McKay (activist) (born 1986), activist and artist known for his betrayal by Brandon Darby and subsequent incarceration
  • David McKay (actor), Scottish actor known for the television show Shoebox Zoo
  • David McKay (adult studio owner), owner of gay adult company Studio 2000
  • Dave McKay (baseball) (David Lawrence McKay, born 1950), Canadian former major league baseball player
  • Dave McKay (footballer) (born 1984), Scottish footballer playing for Clyde F.C.
  • David McKay (footballer) (born 1949), Australian rules footballer for Carlton Football Club
  • David McKay (journalist) (1921–2004), Australian motoring journalist and racing driver
  • David McKay (publisher) (1860–?), comic and book publisher
  • David Lawrence McKay (1901–1993), leader in the Sunday School of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • David O. McKay (1873–1970), ninth president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
  • David S. McKay, Chief scientist for Astrobiology at the Johnson Space Center
  • Dave Mackay (footballer born 1934), Scottish international footballer
  • Dave Mackay (footballer born 1980), Scottish footballer
  • David MacKay (VC) (1831–1880), Scottish soldier and winner of the Victoria Cross
  • David J. C. MacKay (born 1967), British academic researcher in information theory and environmentalism, inventor, government advisor and educator
  • David MacKay, president and chief operating officer of Kellogg's
  • David Mackay (architect) (born 1933), British architect
  • Dave MacKay (musician) (born 1932), jazz pianist, singer and composer
  • David Mackay (footballer) (born 1988), Australian rules footballer for Adelaide Crows
  • David Mackay (architect) (born 1933), British architect
  • Dave MacKay (ice hockey) (1919–1980), Canadian professional ice hockey player
  • David Mackay (pilot) (born 1957), chief pilot of Virgin Galactic
  • David Mackay (producer), Australian record producer/arranger and musical director
  • David MacKay (VC) (1831–1880), Scottish soldier and winner of the Victoria Cross

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