Winters

Winters is a surname, and may refer to the following people:

Men:

  • Alan Winters, (L.Alan Winters), a British development economist
  • Brian Winters (born 1952), a former player and head coach in the NBA
  • Charles Winters (died 1984), American who smuggled B-17 bombers to Israel in 1948
  • Dean Winters (born 1964), an American television actor
  • Frank Winters (born 1964), a former center in the NFL
  • Frank "Coddy" Winters (1884–1944), an ice hockey player
  • John D. Winters, (1916–1997), historian
  • Jonathan Winters (born 1925), an American comedic actor
  • Mike & Bernie Winters (Mike born 1930, Bernie 1932-1991), a double-act of British Comedians
  • Mike Winters (born 1958), an umpire in Major League Baseball
  • Richard Winters (1918–2011), an officer with the 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment during World War II
  • Robbie Winters (born 1974), a Scottish footballer
  • Robert Winters (1910–1969), a former Canadian politician
  • Yvor Winters (1900–1968), an American literary critic and poet

Women:

  • Anne Winters, a leftist American poet
  • Gloria Winters (1931-2010), an American television actress
  • Keelin Winters (born 1988), American footballer and daughter of Brian Winters
  • Lisa Winters (born 1937), an American model and December 1956 Playmate of the Month
  • Mickey Winters (born 1940), an American model and September 1962 Playmate of the Month
  • Norah Winters, a fictional character from Marvel Comics
  • Talia Winters, a fictional character on the science fiction television show Babylon 5
  • Shelley Winters (1920–2006), a two-time Academy Award-winning American actress
  • Victoria Winters, a fictional character in the cult classic series Dark Shadows

Famous quotes containing the word winters:

    I don’t want to smoke cigars or go to stag parties, wear jockey shorts or pick up the check.
    —Shelley Winters (b. 1922)

    Professors of literature, who for the most part are genteel but mediocre men, can make but a poor defense of their profession, and the professors of science, who are frequently men of great intelligence but of limited interests and education, feel a politely disguised contempt for it; and thus the study of one of the most pervasive and powerful influences on human life is traduced and neglected.
    —Yvor Winters (1900–1968)

    Reptilian green the wrinkled throat,
    Green as a bough of yew the beard;
    He bent his head, and so I smote;
    —Yvor Winters (1900–1968)