John Doyle

John Doyle may refer to:

  • Jack Doyle (1913–1978), Irish boxer and actor
  • Jack Doyle (baseball) (1869–1958), American baseball player
  • John Andrew Doyle (1844–1907), English historian
  • John Doyle (announcer), American announcer whose voice is used by the National Institute of Standards and Technology radio station WWV
  • John Doyle (artist) (1797–1868), Irish artist and grandfather of Arthur Conan Doyle
  • John Doyle (baseball) (1858–1915), Canadian Major League Baseball player
  • John Doyle (aviator) (1895–1974), World War I flying ace of No. 60 Squadron RAF
  • John Doyle (Canadian artist) (born 1950), Toronto artist
  • John Doyle (comedian) (born 1953), Australian comedian and writer
  • John Doyle (critic) (born 1957), Canadian television critic
  • John Doyle (director) (fl. 2000s), British theatre director
  • John Doyle (drummer) (born c. 1959), drummer of bands including Magazine (early 1980s) and The Armoury Show (mid 1980s)
  • John Doyle (engineer) (born c. 1955), developed techniques used by NASA to test their space shuttles for damage
  • John Doyle (Gaelic footballer) (born 1977), Kildare Gaelic footballer
  • Sir John Doyle, 1st Baronet (1756–1834), Irish officer, Lieutenant-Governor of Guernsey, Private Secretary to George IV
  • John Doyle (born 1968), Welsh guitarist, member of Iwcs a Doyle, Maffia Mr. Huws and Meic Stevens a'r Band
  • John Doyle (hurler) (1930–2010), Irish sportsperson
  • John Doyle (Carlow hurler) (born 1992), Irish hurler
  • John Doyle (judge) (born 1945), Chief Justice of South Australia
  • John Doyle (musician) (born 1971), member of band Solas, 1994–2000
  • John Doyle (police officer) (died 1913), New Zealand Police officer killed in the line of duty
  • John Doyle (rugby league) (born 1977), Australian rugby league player
  • John Doyle (soccer) (born 1966), American soccer player
  • John Doyle (British Army soldier) (1828–1892), Irish cavalryman in the Charge of the Light Brigade
  • John Doyle (West Virginia politician) (born 1942), member of the West Virginia House of Delegates
  • Johnny Doyle (1951–1981), Scottish footballer who played for Celtic F.C.
  • John Joe Doyle (born 1906), Irish hurler
  • John H. Doyle (1844–1919), Republican politician in the U.S. State of Ohio

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