Eggleton may refer to:

  • Art Eggleton, PC (born 1943), former Canadian Cabinet minister and Mayor of Toronto
  • Ben Eggleton, professor of physics at the University of Sydney
  • Bob Eggleton (born 1960), science fiction, fantasy, and horror artist
  • Jaimee Eggleton (born 1964), Canadian figure skater and 1984 Olympian
  • Mark Eggleton, drummer in Lucius Hunt, an alternative Australian progressive rock band
  • Tony Eggleton, AO, CVO (born 1932), former Federal Director of the Liberal Party of Australia

Other articles related to "eggleton":

Peter Li Preti - Federal Politics
... However, Liberal leader Jean Chr├ętien directly appointed Art Eggleton to run in the seat ... Unlike the pro-choice Eggleton, he took a pro-life position opposed to abortion ... Li Preti came in a distant second polling 3,918 votes to Eggleton's 27, 150 ...
Jaimee Eggleton - Career
... to the 1984 Winter Olympics as a learning experience, and so Eggleton, at age 19, was sent to the Olympics as his first major international event, preempting veteran competitor Gordon Forbes ... Eggleton later stated that the Junior national champion that year was "meant to be" World Junior Champion and rising star Marc Ferland, who Eggleton ... Eggleton placed 20th out of 23 competitors at the Olympics ...
Toronto Municipal Election, 1985 - Toronto - Mayor
... saw progressive North Toronto councillor Anne Johnston challenge incumbent Art Eggleton ... Eggleton won reelection by a significant margin, with Johnston not even winning her former ward ... Results Art Eggleton - 92,994 Anne Johnston - 59,817 Ann Ladas - 1,473 Gaston Schwab - 1,228 Aaron Abraham - 1,077 John J ...
59th World Science Fiction Convention - Awards - Hugo Awards
... Book Greetings from Earth The Art of Bob Eggleton by Bob Eggleton and Nigel Suckling (Paper Tiger) Best Dramatic Presentation Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Best Professional Editor ...
Tony Eggleton - Biography
... Eggleton was born in the United Kingdom and educated at King Alfred's College in Wantage, Berkshire ... When Menzies retired in January 1966, his successor Harold Holt kept Eggleton on ... Eggleton became a public figure, frequently appearing on television, as he dealt with the intense domestic and international media interest in the search for Holt and subsequent events ...