Eastman - People

People

  • Carole Eastman (1934–2004), American screenwriter
  • Charles Eastman (1858–1939), Native American physician, writer, national lecturer and reformer
  • Crystal Eastman (1881–1928) American lawyer, anti-militarist, feminist, socialist and journalist
  • David Eastman, Australian convicted murderer
  • George Eastman (1854–1932), American inventor and philanthropist, founder of Kodak
  • George Eastman (actor) (born 1942), Italian actor
  • Howard Eastman (born 1970), middleweight boxer
  • John C. Eastman, American law professor and politician
  • John H. Eastman (1861–1938), Louisiana politician
  • Joseph Bartlett Eastman (1882–1944), American government official in various capacities
  • Julius Eastman (1940–1990), African-American composer, pianist, vocalist and dancer
  • Kevin Eastman (born 1962), co-creator of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series
  • Kevin Eastman (basketball) (born 1955), American basketball player and coach, currently assistant to Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers
  • Lee Eastman (1910–1991), American attorney and art collector
  • Linda McCartney née Eastman (1941–1998), American photographer, musician and animal rights activist, wife of Paul McCartney, daughter of Lee Eastman
  • Linda Eastman (1867–1963), American librarian
  • Marilyn Eastman (born 1927), American actress
  • Max Eastman (1883–1969), American writer, poet and political activist
  • Monk Eastman (1875–1920), New York gangster
  • P. D. Eastman (1909–1986), cartoonist and author of children's books
  • Rodney Eastman (born 1967), Canadian actor
  • Seth and Mary Eastman (1808–1875 and 1818–1887 respectively), recorders of Native American life
  • W. Dean Eastman (born 1948), American educator
  • Eastman Nixon Jacobs (1902–1987), American aerodynamicist

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