Waugh is a surname (pronunciation like 'waw', less commonly 'woff' or 'woch' - to rhyme with loch), and may refer to:

  • Arthur Waugh, English author and publisher (father of Evelyn and Alec)
    • Alec Waugh, British novelist (Evelyn's older brother)
    • Evelyn Waugh, British novelist
      • Auberon Waugh, British journalist and satirist (Evelyn's son)
        • Alexander Waugh, son of Auberon Waugh
        • Daisy Waugh, daughter of Auberon Waugh
  • Arthur James Waugh, Lord Mayor of Coventry 1962 and City Father
  • Benjamin Waugh, Victorian social reformer
  • Beverly Waugh, American bishop
  • Bronagh Waugh, a Northern Irish actress
  • Carole Waugh, British businesswoman
  • Catherine Waugh McCulloch, American lawyer
  • Devlin Waugh, fictional comic book character
  • Duncan Waugh, Canadian actor
  • Edwin Waugh, English poet
  • Frank Albert Waugh, American landscape architect
  • Frederick Judd Waugh, American marine painter and camouflage artist
  • Hillary Waugh, American mystery novelist
  • Hubert Waugh, English cricketer
  • Keith Waugh (born 1956), English-born footballer, whose clubs included Peterborough United and Bristol City
  • Mark Waugh, Australian cricketer (twin brother of Steve)
  • Phil Waugh, Australian rugby union footballer
  • Pia Waugh, Australian policy advisor
  • Reuben Waugh, Canadian politician
  • Richard Waugh, voice actor
  • Samuel Waugh, 19th century American painter
  • Steve Waugh, Australian cricketer (twin brother of Mark)
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Famous quotes containing the word waugh:

    If we can’t stamp out literature in the country, we can at least stop its being brought in from outside.
    —Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966)

    You never find an Englishman among the under-dogs—except in England, of course.
    —Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966)

    News is what a chap who doesn’t care much about anything wants to read. And it’s only news until he’s read it. After that it’s dead.
    —Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966)