Babb may refer to:

  • Charlie Babb (born 1950), American football player
  • Charlie Babb (baseball) (1873-1954), American baseball player
  • Kroger Babb (1906-1980), American film and television produce
  • Gene Babb (born 1934), American football player
  • Glenn Babb (born 1943), South African politician and diplomat
  • Jerry Babb (born 1983), American football player
  • Keedie Babb (born 1982), British singer
  • Phil Babb (born 1970), Irish footballer

It may also refer to:

  • Babb Creek
  • Babb, Montana and Babb School
  • Bad Astronomy Bulletin Board, now merged and named BAUT.

Other articles related to "babb":

Phil Babb
... Philip Andrew "Phil" Babb (born 30 November 1970) is a former professional footballer who played as a central defender ... Babb represented the Republic of Ireland at the 1994 World Cup, playing in 35 internationals ...
Mildred Horn
... best known for her work on the Kroger Babb exploitation film Mom and Dad ... When Horn was sent to review Kroger Babb's production of Child Bride, she was horrified that such a "cheap, crude, mislabeled morality play would be shown in a major ... Babb later met with Horn, instead of writing a scathing review, Horn and Babb entered into a personal and professional relationship that would last forty years until his death in 1983 ...
Glenn Babb - Family
... Glenn Babb was born in Johannesburg to Eric Ware Babb and Ora Constance Loverock and was educated at St John's College, Johannesburg, a private school for boys ... Glenn Babb married Tracey Dibb on 31 May 2003 ... Babb has two sons and two daughters ...
Glenn Babb
... Glenn Robin Ware Babb (born 4 June 1943) is a former politician and diplomat for the former apartheid government in South Africa ... Babb was educated at Stellenbosch University and at Oxford having been awarded the Joerg Gosteli bursary ...
Pinky Babb - Other Successes
... Babb led the baseball team to the 1966 state championship, and he was also a successful American Legion baseball coach for Post 20 ... Howard told Parseghian at a special event, which Babb attended "You and me are lucky to be on the same program with Pinky Babb ... We sure as heck can't coach like him." In 1982, a year after Babb retired and the year before his death, the stadium at Greenwood High was named in his honor ...