Sparky is a common nickname for people and animals.

It may also refer to:

People nicknamed Sparky:

  • Sparky Adams (Earl John Adams, 1894–1989), American Major League Baseball player
  • Sparky Anderson (George Lee Anderson, 1934–2010), American Major League Baseball manager
  • Sparky Lyle (Albert Walter Lyle, born 1944), American Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Mark Hughes (born 1963), former Welsh international football player and manager
  • Charles M. Schulz (1922–2000), American cartoonist, creator of the Peanuts comic strip
  • Ronald Speirs (1920–2007), United States Army officer
  • Sasha (DJ) (Alexander Paul Coe, born 1969), Welsh DJ and record producer
  • Mark Phillips, vocalist of British band Demented Are Go
  • Sparky Markowitz (Steve, Markowitz, ), Options/Derivatives Broker
  • DJ Sparky (Bruno Davison), A 22 year old Edinburgh based Electro & House DJ

In fictional characters:

  • Sparky the Fire Dog, official mascot of the National Fire Protection Association
  • Sparky, Richie's Pikachu in the Pokémon series
  • Sparky, one of the nicknames given to Rygel XVI by John Crichton in the science fiction television series Farscape
  • Sparky, gay dog on the animated television series South Park
  • Sparky, nickname for radio operator Sgt. Pryor on the television series M*A*S*H
  • Sparky, mechanic in the animated television series Speed Racer
  • Sparky, mechanic in the adventure game Flight of the Amazon Queen
  • Sparky, enemy type encountered in Super Mario World
  • Sparky the Wonder Penguin, character from the comic strip This Modern World
  • Sparky, nickname for Clark Wilhelm Griswold, Jr. in the National Lampoon's Vacation movies
  • Sparky, protagonist of the children's audio story Sparky's Magic Piano
  • Sparky, alien starship pilot on the animated television series Atomic Betty
  • Sparky, name of the dog in the Tim Burton movie Frankenweenie
  • Sparky, alien experiment (number 221) from the Lilo & Stitch television series
  • Sparky, a young husky that made a major appearance in the Totally Spies! episode Arnold the Great.
  • Sparky, the original cover star of the British comic of the same name.

In other uses:

  • Sparky, a common slang term in Australasia for an Electrician. Also occasionally used in engineering as slang for an electrical engineer
  • Old Sparky, nickname for the electric chair in several U.S. states
  • Sparky (Mascot), Liberty University's team mascot, an eagle
  • Sparky the Sun Devil, Arizona State University mascot
  • Sparky (comic), British comic book
  • Sparky, super hero from the cartoon Static Shock
  • "Sparky", song from Images (Brotherhood of Man album) (1977)
  • Sparky, performing sea lion at the Como Zoo
  • Referred to in Cardiacs song "Dog Like Sparky" on the album Sing To God Part 1(1995)

Other articles related to "sparky":

Sparky's Magic Piano
... Sparky's Magic Piano is the second in a series of children’s audio stories featuring Sparky, an original character created for Capitol Records in 1947 ... (Sparky also appeared in comic books as a sidekick to Capitol’s other famous creation, Bozo The Clown.) Sparky is a little boy with an overactive imagination ...
List Of Characters In Atomic Betty - Main Characters - Sparky
... Sparky (Rick Miller) is Betty's alien lieutenant and pilot, with a large nose, green skin, and blue hair ... headquarters moved to Moose Jaw Heights following the events of "No Space Like Home", Sparky has an increased presence in Betty's personal life he is a classmate of Betty purported to hail from Saskatoon ... In "Girl Power", Sparky is accidentally transformed into a girl (a blonde busty version of himself) via a magic crystal during a battle with Pontifidora ...
List Of Speed Racer: The Next Generation Characters - Minor Characters - Dr. Andre Chezko/Sparky
... episode, he is revealed to be none other than the Racer family's engineer, Sparky- his Russian accent and whole personality is a farce, in order to stay in hiding ... sparky is good friends with speed racer sr ...
Autonomous Telepresence
... developed and built by Cornblatt in 1993 in the Sparky series of rovers (also known as the Self Portrait Artifact - Roving Chassis series) ... By the late 1990s the Sparky series had grown to include a wide range of technologies to enable face-to-face interaction, These include the development of unique software and code, as well as the ... AT and Sparky were recently showcased on The History Channel's Modern Marvels program as the future of the telephone ...