"Ronnie" may refer to:

  • Ronnie (given name), a unisex pet name and given name
  • "Ronnie" (The Four Seasons song), a song by Bob Gaudio and Bob Crewe
  • "Ronnie," a song from the Metallica album Load
  • Ronnie Brunswijkstadion, an association football stadium located in Moengo, Suriname
  • Ronnie Radke, an singer and songwriter

Other articles related to "ronnie":

The Last Song (film) - Cast
... Miley Cyrus as Veronica "Ronnie" L ... Greg Kinnear as Steve Miller, Ronnie and Jonah's father and former Juilliard School professor and concert pianist who moved to Georgia after his ... During the summer, Steve reconnects with Ronnie through their mutual love of music ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (2005) - Ronnie Clayton
2006 Profile Home Prison Occupation Taxicab driver Family Husband Jimmy Clayton Veronica "Ronnie" Clayton is played by Emma Stansfield ... Ronnie, as she likes to be known, first appears on the show in late October 2005 ... Steve and Ronnie start a relationship, but Ronnie's presence puts the entire Streetcars workforce under risk from the vengeful Jimmy ...
Chris Ronnie
... Christopher "Chris" Ronnie was chief executive officer of JJB Sports from June 2007 to March 2009, when he was fired for failing to disclose the sale of his stake in the company within the required ... In February 2009, Ronnie's lawyers said that he “has always maintained that he has not knowingly breached any disclosure obligations in relation to his shareholding” and stated Ronnie had “tendered ... Ronnie had previously worked for Umbro, Sports Direct International and Blane Leisure Limited ...
List Of East Enders Characters (2009) - Joel Reynolds - Storylines
... to the show begins when Janine Butcher (Charlie Brooks) phones him after stealing Ronnie's address book ... him to The Queen Victoria public house and is served by Ronnie ... Ronnie sees and recognises Joel when he turns around, and drops their drinks in shock ...

Famous quotes containing the word ronnie:

    Could Ronnie really have become a sahib?
    David Lean (1908–1991)