Tomlin

Tomlin is a surname, and may refer to:

Persons
  • Andrew J. Tomlin (1845–1906), American Marine; recipient of the Medal of Honor for action in the American Civil War
  • Bradley Walker Tomlin (1899–1955), American abstract expressionist painter
  • Chris Tomlin (born 1972), American Christian singer and songwriter
  • Claire J. Tomlin (born 1969), American systems researcher
  • Dave Tomlin (born 1949), American professional baseball player
  • E. W. F. Tomlin (1913–1988), British essayist
  • Gary Tomlin (contemporary), American television soap opera writer and producer
  • Gavin Tomlin (born 1983), English professional football player
  • Vice Admiral George Napier Tomlin C.M.G., M.V.O. (1875–1947), British naval officer
  • Graham Tomlin (contemporary), British Anglican priest and author; Dean of St. Mellitus College
  • Jacob Tomlin (fl. 19th century), British author and missionary to China in the 19th century
  • John Read le Brockton Tomlin (1864–1954), a British malacologist
  • Lee Tomlin (born 1989), English professional football player
  • Lily Tomlin (born 1939), American actress and comedian
  • Mark Vella Tomlin (contemporary), Maltese pilot and actor
  • Mike Tomlin (born 1972), American professional football coach
  • Mollie Tomlin (1923–2009), Australian watercolor artist
  • Pinky Tomlin (born 1907, unknown if still living), American jazz musician and actor
  • Randy Tomlin (born 1956), American professional baseball player
  • Ray S. Tomlin (fl. 1889–1929), American educator; president of Paine College in Augusta, Georgia
  • Robyn Tomlin (born 1971), American journalist and newspaper editor
  • Thomas Tomlin, Baron Tomlin (1867–1935), British jurist
  • William Tomlin (born 1991), British child actor
  • William Tomlin (cricketer), (born 1866) English cricketer
Fictional characters
  • Vernon Tomlin, character on the British soap opera Coronation Street
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List Of Wild Cards Characters - Major - Jetboy
... Robert Tomlin was an orphan who always wanted to fly, more than anything else ... When the Professor was murdered by Nazi spies, Tomlin used the JB-1 to shoot up their getaway car ... By the time he was rescued, the now 19 year old Tomlin found that the war was over, and having spent most of his childhood as a fighter pilot, he found it very ...
Bradley Walker Tomlin - Biography
... Born in Syracuse, New York, Tomlin was the youngest of four children ... was his teacher to study modeling Frank London was his mentor and teacher Tomlin studied 1917 - 1921 Syracuse University - College of Fine Arts, New York under Dr ... and the Grande Chaumiѐre, Paris, France Tomlin returned to New York in the fall of 1924 ...
Lee Tomlin - Career
... Tomlin started his career with the youth system of Leicester City in 1998 before joining Rushden Diamonds's youth system in 2005 ... Before the 2006–07 season, Tomlin attracted the attention of several big clubs and he earned a trial with Liverpool ... the end of the season a six-figure bid for Tomlin was rejected from another Blue Square Bet Premier club believed to be Crawley Town and Rushden confirmed he would be offered a new ...
Made To Worship
... "Made to Worship" is a song written by Chris Tomlin, Ed Cash, and Stephan Sharp, featured on Tomlin's album See the Morning ... Awards, losing in both categories, with another Tomlin song, "Holy Is the Lord", winning Worship Song of the Year ...
Bradley Walker Tomlin
... Bradley Walker Tomlin (August 19, 1899 – May 11, 1955) belonged to the early generation of New York School Abstract Expressionist artists ... Baur, Curator of the Whitney Museum of American Art, Tomlin’s life and his work were marked by a persistent, restless striving toward perfection, in a truly classical sense of the word, towards that “inn ...