Willy - in People

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  • William (name)
  • Boxcar Willie (1931–1999), American country music singer
  • Willy DeVille (1950–2009), American singer and songwriter
  • Willie Dixon (1915–1992), American blues double-bassist, vocalist, songwriter, arranger, and record producer
  • Willy Eisenhart, American writer on art
  • Willie Mays (born 1931), American Baseball Hall of Fame member
  • Willie Nelson (born 1933), American country singer-songwriter, author, poet, actor, and activist
  • Willie Revillame (born 1961), Filipino television host, actor, and recording artist
  • Willy, nom-de-plume for Henry Gauthier-Villars (1859–1931)
  • Willys (pronounced "willis"), brand name used by the United States car manufacturing company Willys-Overland Moto

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