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David Watson may refer to:
- David Watson (Queensland politician) (born 1945), Australian politician
- David Watson (New South Wales politician) (1870–1924), Australian Senator
- David K. Watson (1849–1918), U.S. Representative from Ohio
- Dave Watson (born 1961), English footballer of the 1980s and 1990s, played for Everton F.C.
- Dave Watson (ice hockey) (born 1958), retired Canadian professional ice hockey forward
- David Watson (footballer born 1946), English footballer of the 1970s and 1980s, played for Sunderland A.F.C.
- David Watson (footballer born 1973), English football goalkeeper of the 1990s, played for Barnsley F.C.
- David Watson (coach) (born 1976), American football coach
- Dave Watson (rugby league) (born 1966), New Zealand international of the 1980s and 1990s
- Dave Watson (American football) (born 1941), professional American football player
- David Watson (British musician)
- David R. Watson, a.k.a. Iolo, American bowyer and musician
- David Watson (musician) (born 1960), musician and composer from New Zealand
- Dave Watson (playwright) (c. 1946–1998), actor and playwright
- David Watson (actor) (born 1940), retired American actor of film, television and theatre
- David Watson (anarchist) (born 1951), anarchist author
- David C. C. Watson (1920–2004), English creationist and author
- David Watson (evangelist) (1933–1984), English evangelist and author
- D. M. S. Watson (David Meredith Seares Watson, 1886–1973), British palaeontologist
- David Joseph Watson (died 1948), convicted murderer executed in Florida
- David Mowat Watson (1891–1972), British civil engineer
- Sir David Watson (general) (1869–1922), Canadian World War I general
- David Watson (dancer), professional dancer
- David Paul Watson, botanist, horticulturist and cannabis breeder, founder of Hortapharm B.V.
- David Watson (academic), Principal of Green Templeton College, Oxford
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