Twomey is a surname of Irish origin, and may refer to:

  • Ann Twomey (born 1951), American labor union leader
  • Anne Twomey (born 1951), American stage, film, and television actress
  • Bill Twomey, Sr. (1899–after 1933), Australian rules football player
  • Bill Twomey, Jr. (1927–2004), Australian rules football player
  • Jeremiah Twomey (1847–1921), journalist and Member of the New Zealand Legislative Council
  • Joe Twomey (fl. mid-20th century), Irish hurler
  • John Twomey (musician), American manualist, hand musician
  • John Twomey (athlete) (born 1923), American athlete
  • Liam Twomey (born 1967), Irish Fine Gael politician from Wexford
  • Margaret Twomey (born 1963), Australian diplomat; ambassador to Russia since 2008
  • Mick Twomey (born 1931), Australian rules football player
  • Moss (Maurice) Twomey (1897–1978), Irish republican; chief of staff of the IRA
  • Pat Twomey (born 1929), Australian rules football player
  • Paul Twomey (born 1961), American business consultant; CEO of ICANN
  • Seamus Twomey (1919–1989), Irish republican; twice chief of the Provisional IRA
  • Vincent Twomey (born 1941), Irish priest
  • Vincy Twomey (born 1929), Irish hurler

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Manualism (hand Music) - Historical References - John Twomey
... In 1974, John Twomey, a successful Grand Rapids, Michigan attorney, performed "Stars and Stripes Forever" on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson ... Twomey introduced himself as "a manualist", perhaps the first use of the term in a musical context ... John Twomey's last public performance was on November 21, 1998 on the radio show A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor, where he performed "Stardust" ...
Mick Twomey
... Michael Twomey (born 25 September 1931) is a former Australian rules footballer, who played in the Victorian Football League, (VFL) ... At 185 centimetres (73 in) in height, Collingwood's Mick Twomey was taller than his brothers Bill and Pat, and played most of his 157 VFL games between 1951 and ... Over the course of his 10 year career Twomey was a member of five Collingwood Grand Final teams, enjoying premiership success in 1953 and 1958 ...
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Anne Twomey - Career
... Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Twomey earned critical acclaim for her performance in the 1980 play Nuts, for which she won the Theatre World Award and was ... Twomey's feature film credits include Deadly Friend (1986), Last Rites (1988), The Scout (1994), Picture Perfect (1997), and The Confession ... Twomey had recurring roles in the 1993-94 season of L.A ...
Twomey - Other
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