Houseman may refer to:

  • House officer, a junior doctor in a British hospital
  • Useful man, a grade of domestic servant below footman

People whose surname is or was Houseman include:

  • Edward Houseman (1869–1942), English cricketer
  • Ian Houseman (born 1969), English cricketer
  • John Houseman (1902–1988), Romanian-born American actor and film producer
  • John Houseman (baseball) (1870–1922), Dutch-born American baseball infielder
  • Julius Houseman (1832–1891), American entrepreneur and politician
  • Peter Houseman (1945–1977), English footballer
  • René Houseman (born 1953), Argentine footballer
  • Jim Houseman, the fictional United States Secretary of Defense in the game Metal Gear Solid

Other articles related to "houseman":

Dirty Dancing - Cast
... Jennifer Grey as Frances "Baby" Houseman Patrick Swayze as Johnny Castle Jerry Orbach as Dr ... Jake Houseman Kelly Bishop as Marjorie Houseman Jane Brucker as Lisa Houseman Cynthia Rhodes as Penny Johnson Jack Weston as Max Kellerman Max Cantor as Robbie Gould Lonny Price as Neil Kellerman Charles ...
John Houseman (baseball)
... John Franklin Houseman (January 10, 1870 in the Netherlands – November 4, 1922 in Chicago, Illinois) was a Major League Baseball player ... Houseman was the first Dutch-born player in the major leagues when he made his debut for the Colts in 1894 ...
The Paper Chase (film)
... The Paper Chase is a 1973 film starring Timothy Bottoms, Lindsay Wagner, and John Houseman, directed by James Bridges ... Law School, and his experiences with Professor Charles Kingsfield (played by Houseman in an Academy Award-winning performance), a brilliant, demanding ... Houseman later reprised his role in a TV series of the same name that lasted four seasons ...
Tony Azito - Training
... to the drama program administered by John Houseman ... the Boston Ballet.) This newfound interest in dance aggravated Houseman, who was apparently anxious about the number of gay men in Group I and had already clashed with Azito over a ... Partly as a result of his conflict with Houseman, Azito left Juilliard without taking a degree and, as "Antonio Azito," spent two years performing in Sokolow's company ...