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Tucker

Tucker may refer to:

Contents

  • People 1
    • Given name 1.1
    • Fictional people 1.2
  • Places 2
  • Film and television 3
  • Ships 4
  • Other uses 5

People

Given name

Fictional people

  • Tucker Foley, one of the titular character's best friends on the animated series Danny Phantom
  • Charles Tucker III, fictional character on Star Trek: Enterprise
  • Tucker Jenkins, played by actor Todd Carty in the BBC television series Grange Hill and spin-off Tucker's Luck
  • Tucker, a Shetland pony in the film, Racing Stripes
  • Libby Tucker, the character played by Dinah Manoff in Neil Simon's play I Ought to Be in Pictures as well as the 1982 film
  • Tucker Crowe, the fictional reclusive singer-songwriter in Nick Hornby's novel Juliet, Naked
  • Malcolm Tucker, master of spin in Armando Iannucci's The Thick of It and In the Loop
  • Lavernius Tucker, fictional character in the machinima science fiction comedy video series Red vs. Blue
  • Nina Tucker, fictional character in the TV series Neighbours

Places

Film and television

Ships

Other uses


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