Gauthier is a French surname (of Germanic origin, corresponding to the English given name Walter) and may refer to:

  • Gauthier de Costes, seigneur de la Calprenède
  • Gauthier de Brienne, Counts Walter III of Brienne, Walter IV of Brienne, Walter V of Brienne Walter VI of Brienne
  • Gauthier of Esterp, saint
  • Gauthier of Pontoise, saint
  • Bernard Gauthier (b. 1924), French road racing cyclist
  • Cathy Gauthier, Canadian curler
  • Charles-Arthur Gauthier, Canadian politician
  • Claude Gauthier, French Canadian Singer-songwriter
  • Dan Gauthier, American actor
  • Daniel Gauthier, Canadian ice hockey player
  • David Gauthier, Canadian-American philosopher
  • Denis Gauthier, Canadian ice hockey player
  • Éric Gauthier, Canadian science fiction writer
  • Eva Gauthier, Canadian mezzo-soprano and voice teacher
  • Gabe Gauthier, American ice hockey player
  • Gerard Gauthier, hockey linesman
  • Henri Gauthier, comte de Rigny
  • Jacques Gauthier, zoologist
  • Jean Gauthier, French actor
  • Jean-Baptiste Gauthier, French theologian
  • Jean-Bernard Gauthier de Murnan, French general
  • Jean-Robert Gauthier, Canadian politician
  • Kerry Gauthier, Minnesota politician
  • Léoda Gauthier, Canadian politician
  • Marcel Gauthier, Canadian wrestler
  • Marie-Madeleine Gauthier, A French Art Historian.
  • Mary Gauthier, American singer
  • Michel Gauthier, Canadian politician
  • Mylène Gauthier, the Canadian-French singer Mylène Farmer
  • Paul Gauthier, French theologian
  • Paule Gauthier, Canadian lawyer
  • Pierre Gauthier, Canadian ice hockey executive
  • Pierre Gauthier, Canadian politician
  • René-Antoine Gauthier, author of Magnanimité (1951)
  • Sean Gauthier, Canadian ice hockey player
  • Théophile Gauthier, French writer, usually Théophil Gautier

Other articles related to "gauthier":

Joseph Gauthier (Quebec MLA) - Political Career
... Gauthier was defeated by Conservative candidate Camillien Houde in the 1923 provincial election ... Gauthier defeated Houde and was re-elected as a Liberal in 1927 provincial election ... Gauthier was not a candidate in the subsequent by-election ...
Gauthier, Ontario - Demographics
... Mother tongue English as first language 85% French as first language 7.5% English and French as first language 7.5% Other as first language 0%. ...
Claude Gauthier (singer) - Biography
... Gauthier grew up in a family that enjoyed and performed music ... In 1954 Gauthier moved to Montreal where he worked for three years in the warehouse of the record dealer Édouard Archambault ... Gauthier’s first album was called Claude Gauthier chante Claude Gauthier (Col FS-531) ...
Alexandre Gauthier
... Alex Gauthier (born December 8, 1976 in Maria, Quebec) is a Canadian football offensive lineman who is currently retired ... Gauthier was signed by the Roughriders in 2011 after being released by the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, but lasted only one season as he was released again the ...
Marie-Madeleine Gauthier
... Marie-Madeleine Gauthier (25 April 1920 – 20 May 1998) was a French medieval art historian and author ... Gauthier was born in Langon, Gironde, France in 1920 ...