Gary Anderson may refer to:
- Gary Anderson (placekicker) (born 1959), South African player of American football, NFL kicker
- Gary Anderson (motorsport) (born 1951), semi-retired F1 car designer
- Gary Anderson (sport shooter) (born 1939), American sport shooter and politician
- Gary Anderson (offensive lineman) (born 1955), American football player, NFL offensive lineman
- Gary Anderson (running back) (born 1961), American football player, NFL running back
- Gary Allan Anderson (born 1947), better known as Angry Anderson, former lead singer for Rose Tattoo and Australian media personality
- Gary Anderson (swimmer) (born 1969), Canadian swimmer
- Gary Anderson (darts player) (born 1970), Scottish darts player
- Gary Anderson (cyclist) (born 1967), New Zealand cyclist
- Gary Clayton Anderson (born 1948), American historian and specialist on American Indians
- Gary M. Anderson (born 1947), musician, conductor, arranger, music producer
- Gary Anderson (recycling) (born 1947), designer of the Universal Recycling Symbol
- Gary U.S. Bonds (Gary Anderson, born 1939), American R&B and rock singer
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