Gallagher (disambiguation) - As A Surname - Culture


  • Benny Gallagher, Scottish singer/song writer and member of Gallagher and Lyle
  • Catherine Gallagher, literary critic
  • Dan Gallagher, Canadian TV broadcaster
  • Delia Gallagher, TV journalist
  • Éamonn Ó Gallchobhair (anglicised O’Gallagher) (1900-1982) Irish composer of easy listening songs
  • Ed Gallagher (scientist), British environmental scientist
  • Edward Gallagher, of Gallagher and Shean, the 1920s vaudeville double-act
  • Ellen Gallagher, American artist
  • Fred Gallagher (cartoonist), American artist, best known as the creator of Megatokyo
  • Helen Gallagher, American actress
  • Helen Gallagher (Solomon), Ziegfeld girl who co-founded Gallagher's Steak House
  • Hugh Gallagher (humorist) (aka Von Von Von), an author and humorist
  • Katie Gallagher, contestant in Survivor:Palau
  • Kelly Gallagher (Kelly Wearstler), model and interior designer
  • Jack Gallagher (comedian), U.S. comedian, actor and writer
  • Jim Gallagher (disambiguation), various
  • John Gallagher (cartoonist)
  • John Gallagher (geologist), from Canada
  • John Gallagher Jr., actor
  • Kevin R. Gallagher, guitarist
  • Liam Gallagher, former lead singer of the British band Oasis
  • Louis J. Gallagher, American Jesuit, educator, writer and translator
  • Maggie Gallagher, American commentator
  • Megan Gallagher, American actress
  • Michael Gallagher (journalist), an investigative journalist working for Gannett News
  • Michael Gallagher (US politician), official in United States federal government
  • Michael Gallagher (writer), an American writer who writes for comics and humour magazines
  • Michael C. Gallagher, American academic administrator
  • Mick Gallagher, musician with Ian Dury and the Blockheads
  • Mike Gallagher, conservative radio talk show host
  • Noel Gallagher, brother of Liam, former lead guitarist of Oasis
  • Peter Gallagher, American actor
  • Robert Gallagher, magazine photographer
  • Rory Gallagher, Irish guitarist
  • Sean Gallagher (actor), British actor
  • Sean Gallagher (baseball), American baseball pitcher
  • Seán Gallagher, Irish entrepreneur and television personality
  • Shane Gallagher, +44 and Mercy Killers guitarist
  • Shaun Gallagher (philosopher), American philosopher
  • Stephen Gallagher, British author and screenwriter
  • Tess Gallagher, American author
  • Thomas Gallagher (disambiguation), various including
    • Thomas Gallagher (mayor), mayor of Pittsburgh
    • Tommy Gallagher (politician)
    • Tommy Gallagher (trainer)
  • Tim Gallagher, American ornithologist
  • Tom Gallagher, American politician
  • Trace Gallagher, reporter and anchor for Fox News
  • Wes Gallagher, American journalist and General Manager of the Associated Press
  • William Gallagher (disambiguation), various

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