Shields - People


Shields is a surname of Gaelic-Irish origin. It has a similar meaning to the English surname Shepherd and originated as an occupational surname in the same sense.

  • Brooke Shields, American actress
  • Carol Shields, American author
  • Carol Shields (ophthalmologist) (née Lally), American doctor
  • Clayton Shields, American basketball player
  • Eileen Shields, footwear designer
  • Francis Alexander Shields, Brooke Shields' father
  • Frank Shields, American tennis player and actor
  • Jake Shields, Mixed Martial Arts fighter
  • James Shields, Irish-born American general and politician
  • James Shields (baseball), Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Jimi Shields, musician
  • John Shields (explorer), member of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
  • John Shields (chef), American chef, food writer, and TV host
  • John K. Shields, U.S. senator from Tennessee
  • Kevin Shields, musician
  • Larry Shields, American dixieland jazz clarinetist
  • Mark Shields, American political pundit
  • Mark Shields (police commissioner), Jamaica's Deputy Police Commissioner from 2005 to 2009
  • Michael Shields (disambiguation)
  • Mick Shields, Australian rugby league footballer
  • Paul Shields (disambiguation)
  • Sam Shields, American National Football League cornerback
  • Scot Shields, American baseball player
  • Steve Shields (baseball), retired American baseball player
  • Steve Shields (basketball coach), head men's basketball coach at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock
  • Steve Shields (ice hockey), National Hockey League goaltender
  • Teri Shields (née Schmon), Brooke Shields' mother
  • Thomas Todhunter Shields, leader of Canadian Fundamentalists
  • Tyler Shields, American photographer
  • Will Shields, American National Football League player

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