List of People With Surname Wicks

List Of People With Surname Wicks

Wicks is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Ben Wicks, cartoonist, illustrator, journalist and author
  • Camilla Wicks, violinist
  • Chad Wicks, professional wrestler
  • Charles Wicks, professor, author
  • Eric Wicks, American football player
  • Frederick Wicks (1840-1910), author & inventor
  • John Wicks (singer), music producer and songwriter
  • Josh Wicks, football goalkeeper
  • Les Wicks, poet
  • Malcolm Wicks, a member of Parliament.
  • Matt Wicks, footballer
  • Sidney Wicks, basketball player
  • Sue Wicks, basketball player
  • Teal Wicks, American singer and stage actress, best known for her performance as Elphaba in the musical Wicked
  • Victoria Wicks, actress

Fictional characters from EastEnders:

  • Brian Wicks
  • Carly Wicks
  • David Wicks
  • Deano Wicks
  • Joe Wicks
  • Kevin Wicks
  • Lorraine Wicks
  • Shirley Wicks
  • Simon Wicks

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