Giełgud, Gielgud ( /ˈɡiːlɡʊd/) is a Polish surname of Lithuanian origins.

People with the surname Gielgud include:

  • Frank Gielgud ∞ Kate Terry
    • Lewis (Evelyn) Gielgud (1894 – 1953), English scholar and intelligence officer, brother of John and Val
    • Val (Henry) Gielgud (1900 – 1981), English actor, writer, director and broadcaster, brother of John and Lewis
    • (Arthur) John Gielgud (1904 – 2000), English actor, director, and producer, brother of Lewis and Val
  • Maina Gielgud (born 1945, London), British ballet dancer and ballet administrator

Items named after people named Gielgud include:

  • Gielgud Theatre, London
  • 39557 Gielgud, an asteroid
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Other articles related to "gielgud":

Lewis Gielgud - Life
... Lewis was the eldest son of Kate Terry and Frank Gielgud, and an elder brother to the broadcaster Val Gielgud and the actor John Gielgud ... General in 1927 and marrying Zita Gordon in 1937 (they had only one child, a daughter Maina Gielgud) ...
Maina Gielgud
... Maina Gielgud AO (born London 14 January 1945) is a former British ballet dancer and a veteran ballet administrator ... Gielgud directed the Royal Danish Ballet between 1997 and 1999 ... She is a daughter of Lewis Gielgud and actress Zita Gordon and niece of actor John Gielgud ...
Teodor Axentowicz - Biography - Personal Life
... In 1893 in Chelsea, London, he married Iza Henrietta Gielgud, aunt of Val Gielgud and John Gielgud of the theatrical dynasty ...
Ages Of Man (play)
... Ages of Man is a one-man show performed by John Gielgud featuring a collection of speeches in Shakespeare's plays ... Gielgud was inspired to do a Shakespeare recital by his great-aunt, actress Ellen Terry, who performed her own recital titled Shakespeare's Heroines ... Gielgud first attempted such a recital during World War II, when he would perform a collection of speeches he called Shakespeare in Peace and War ...