Sheahan may refer to:

  • Bill Sheahan (umpire) (born 1953), Australian Test cricket match umpire
  • Bill Sheahan (politician) (1895–1975), Australian politician
  • Frankie Sheahan (born 1976), rugby player
  • John Sheahan (born 1939), Irish violinist and folk musician
  • Maurie Sheahan (1905–1956), Australian rules footballer
  • Mike Sheahan (born 1945), Australian journalist
  • Paul Sheahan (born 1946), Australian Test cricketer
  • Tom Sheahan (born 1968), Irish Fine Gael politician
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