Judi

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Judi is a name with multiple origins. It is a short form of the Hebrew name Judith. It is also an Arabic name referring to a mountain mentioned in the Quran. It may refer to:

  • Judi Andersen (born 1958), beauty pageant titleholder from Hawaii who won Miss USA 1978
  • Judi Ann Mason (1955–2009),American television writer, producer and playwright
  • Judi Bari (1949–1997), American environmentalist and labor leader, feminist, principal organizer of Earth First
  • Judi Barrett (born in United Kingdom) is an author of several picture books
  • Judi Bowker (born 1954), English television and cinema actress
  • Judi Brown (born 1961), American athlete who competed mainly in the 400 metre hurdles
  • Judi Chamberlin (1944–2010), American activist, leader, organizer, public speaker and educator in the psychiatric survivors movement
  • Judi Connelli (born 1947), award-winning singer and actress
  • Judi Davidson, flight attendant on Air Canada Flight 797 where an inflight fire resulted in 23 fatalities
  • Judi Dench, CH, DBE, FRSA (born 1934), English film, stage and television actress
  • Judi Donaghy (born 1960), award-winning American vocalist, producer and songwriter from the Twin Cities
  • Judi Doull (born 1938), former New Zealand cricketer
  • Judi Dutcher, attorney and former politician who served as the Minnesota State Auditor from 1995 to 2003
  • Judi Evans (born 1964), American Emmy Award–winning actress
  • Judi Farr, Australian theatre, film and television actor
  • Judi Fotheringill or Judianne Fotheringill (born 1944), American pair skater
  • Judi Garman (born 1944), former college softball coach
  • Judi Genovesi (born 1957), American ice dancer
  • Judi Giuliani or Judith Giuliani (born 1954), nurse, fundraiser, former Managing Director of Changing Our World, wife of Rudy Giuliani
  • Judi Lines, former British television and radio broadcaster
  • Judi Longfield, PC (born 1947), Canadian politician
  • Judi McLeod (born 1944), Canadian journalist who operates the conservative Canadian website, Canada Free Press
  • Judi Meredith (born 1936), former American actress
  • Judi Moen (born 1954), former talk show host and news reporter for WBBM-TV in Chicago
  • Judi Monterey (born 1944), American model and actress
  • Judi Moriarty or Judith Moriarty (born 1942), American politician from Missouri
  • Judi Moylan (born 1944), Australian politician, Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives
  • Judi Patton (born 1940), Former First Lady of Kentucky
  • Judi Radin (born 1950), American bridge player
  • Judi Richards (born 1949), Canadian pop singer and songwriter
  • Judi Scott or Judith Scott (born 1957), British theatrical, film and television actress
  • Judi Shekoni, British actress, model and television presenter who is based in Hollywood
  • Judi Silvano, born 1951, is a jazz singer and composer
  • Judi Spiers (born 1953), presenter on British radio and television
  • Judi Trott (born 1962), English actress
  • Judi Tyabji (born 1965), former British Columbia politician, wife of Gordon Wilson

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