Sue

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Sue or SUE may refer to:

Places[edit]

As a personal name[edit]

Family name[edit]

  • Eugène Sue (1804–1857), French novelist
  • Sauaso Sue (born 1992), New Zealand-Samoan Rugby League player
  • Selah Sue (born 1989), Belgian musician and songwriter
  • Henry Sue, claimant in Sue v Hill, Australian law case

Given name[edit]

  • Sue (name) is a female given name, a shortened form of Susan, Susanna, and similar names
  • Sue K. Hicks (1895–1980), a male American jurist (rare use as a male name)
  • Yoshiko Tanaka (1956–2011), Japanese actress known as "Sue" in her Candies period
  • Sue Glover (born Yvonne Wheatmann), of Sue and Sunny, singing duo
  • Sue Perkins of comedy duo Mel and Sue
  • Sue Schell of Peter, Sue and Marc, Swiss musical group
  • Sue Lor, character in Gran Torino

In music and film[edit]

  • Peggy Sue Got Married, a 1986 film about a woman on the verge of a divorce, who finds herself transported back to the days of her senior year in high school.
  • Sue (album), the debut album by English pop group Frazier Chorus
  • Sue or Sue Lost in Manhattan, 1998 film
  • Sue Records, American record label
  • A boy named Sue, the song written by Shel Silverstein, mostly known in Johnny Cash's performing.

Other uses[edit]

  • Sue (dinosaur), the largest, most complete and best preserved Tyrannosaurus rex specimen ever found
  • Mary Sue or Sue, a pejorative term for a cliché and usually idealized fictional character
  • Sue ware, ancient Japanese pottery

See also[edit]