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Drucker (/ˈdrʌkər/; German: [ˈdʁʊkɐ]) may refer to:


  • Adam Drucker, known as Doseone, American rapper and poet
  • Daniel C. Drucker, Professor of Applied Mechanics
  • Eugene Drucker (born 1952), member of the Emerson String Quartet
  • Gerald Drucker (born 1925), classical double bassist, former principal bass of the Philharmonia orchestra of London
  • Leon Drucker (born 1961), American double bass player and member of the Stray Cats, better known by his stage name of Lee Rocker; son of Stanley Drucker
  • Jim Drucker (born 1952), commissioner of the Continental Basketball Association 1978–86 and the Arena Football League, 1994–1996; ESPN Legal Correspondent, 1989-1994.
  • Mort Drucker (born 1929), American cartoonist and caricaturist
  • Norm Drucker (1920–2015), American basketball referee who officiated in the National Basketball Association from 1953 to 1969 and 1976–77 and in the American Basketball Association from 1969 to 1976 and also served as the Supervisor of Officials in the ABA (1969–73) and the NBA (1977–80)
  • Peter Drucker (1909–2005), Austrian author of numerous economics and economics-related literature and a professor of management
  • Philip Drucker, American anthropologist
  • Raviv Drucker, Israeli journalist
  • Sharon Drucker, Israeli professional basketball coach, Raviv Drucker's brother
  • Stanley Drucker (born 1929), retired principal clarinetist of the New York Philharmonic
  • Wilhelmina Drucker (1847–1925), prominent Dutch feminist

On French TV[edit]

  • A family very present on French TV (in alphabetic order) :

In fiction[edit]

  • Sam Drucker (portrayed by actor Frank Cady), operator of the general store in Hooterville in the fictional world of the 1960s American television situation comedies Petticoat Junction and Green Acres
  • Sergeant Drucker (portrayed by actor Mykelti Williamson), LAPD Sergeant and a supporting character in the 1995 film Heat, who also served as Lt. Vincent Hanna (portrayed by actor Al Pacino)'s second-in-command
  • Sgt. Drucker, a police detective in the 1959 Black-Comedy film The Gazebo portrayed by James Gavin

See also[edit]