Prowse may refer to

  • Albert Prowse (1858-1925), Canadian political figure
  • Andrew Prowse (fl. 1980s-present), Australian film and TV director
  • Benjamin Charles Prowse (1862-1930), Canadian political figure
  • Daniel Woodley Prowse (1834-1914), Canadian political figure
  • David Prowse (born 1935), British athlete and actor
  • David Prowse (politician) (b. 1941), Australian political figure
  • Edgar Prowse (1905-1977), Australian political figure
  • George Prowse (1896-1918), British sailor who won a Victoria Cross in World War I
  • Heydon Prowse (b. 1981), British journalist and actor
  • Ian Prowse (fl. 1990s-present), British musician
  • James Harper Prowse (1913-1976), Canadian political figure
  • Jane Prowse(fl. 1990s-present), US playwright and author
  • John Prowse (1871-1944), Australian political figure
  • Juliet Prowse (1936-1996), South African-American dancer and actress
  • Lemuel Prowse (1858-1925), Canadian political figure
  • Philip Prowse (b. 1937), Scottish theatre director
  • Robert Henry Prowse (1828-1924), Canadian political figure
  • Samuel Prowse (1835-1902), Canadian political figure
  • Thomas William Lemuel Prowse (1888-1973), Canadian political figure
  • William Prowse (1752-1826), British naval officer
  • William Jeffrey Prowse (1839-1870), British author
  • USS Prowse (PF-92), a United States Navy patrol frigate that was transferred to the United Kingdom while under construction; served in the Royal Navy as HMS Zanzibar (K596) from 1944 to 1946
  • Keith Prowse, the name of two different trading companies

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