Buddy

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Buddy may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Buddy (nickname)
  • Buddy Clark (1911–1949), American singer born Samuel Goldberg
  • Buddy Hackett (1924–2003), American actor and comedian born Leonard Hacker
  • Buddy Holly, stage name of American musician, singer and songwriter Charles Hardin Holley (1938–1959)
  • Buddy Jewell (born 1961), American country musician
  • Buddy Landel, ring name of American professional wrestler William Fritz Ensor (1961–2015)
  • Buddy Knox (1933–1999), oldies musician who sang "Party Doll" in 1957 with his group, The Rhythm Orchids
  • Buddy Rogers (wrestler), ring name of American professional wrestler Herman Gustav Rohde, Jr. (1921–1992)
  • Charles F. Buddy (1887–1966), first Roman Catholic bishop of San Diego, California
  • Sgt. Buddy Lee Parker, ring name for American professional wrestler DeWayne Bruce (born 1962)

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Buddy (Looney Tunes), an animated cartoon character in the Warner Bros. Looney Tunes
  • Buddy (The Short Circus), a member of The Short Circus on the American television series The Electric Company
  • Buddy, a fictional T. Rex on the PBS Kids show Dinosaur Train
  • Buddy Bradley, the protagonist of Peter Bagge's comic book Hate!
  • Buddy Cole (fiction), a recurring character on the Canadian sketch-comedy show The Kids In The Hall portrayed by Scott Thompson
  • Buddy Hobbes, protagonist of the film Elf, played by Will Ferrell
  • Buddy Lee, a doll that served as an advertising mascot for Lee Jeans in the mid-20th century and the turn of the 21st century
  • Buddy Lembeck, a character on the 1980s TV sitcom Charles in Charge
  • Buddy Pine, the alter ego of Syndrome, the supervillain from the 2004 film The Incredibles

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