Lionheart

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Lionheart, Lion Heart, or Lion's Heart may refer to:

People[edit]

  • Richard the Lionheart, a name for Richard I of England
  • Dan Wheldon (1978–2011), race car driver who was nicknamed "Lionheart"
  • Lion-Heart, nickname of English professional kickboxer Abdul Ali (born 1969), also known as Ali Jacko
  • Lionheart, nickname of Anthony Smith (born 1988), a mixed martial artist
  • Lionheart, a former ringname of professional wrestler Chris Jericho
  • Lionheart (UK wrestler) (1982–2019), ring name of British professional wrestler Adrian McCallum

Music[edit]

Albums[edit]

Songs[edit]

  • "Lionheart", by Demi Lovato on her 2015 album Confident
  • "Lionheart", by Battle Beast on their 2015 album Unholy Savior
  • "Lionheart", by Blind Guardian on their 2006 album A Twist in the Myth
  • "Lionheart", by PUP on their self-titled 2013 album PUP
  • "Lion Heart" (song), by Girls' Generation
  • "Lion Heart", by Swiss heavy metal band Krokus from their 1995 album To Rock or Not to Be
  • "Heart of a Lion" (song), 1986 song released in 2004 by Judas Priest, off the album Metalogy

Film and television[edit]

Literature[edit]

  • Lionheart (comics), a Marvel Comics character
  • Lionheart, a DC Comics character in the "Bloodlines" crossover
  • Lionheart, a comic serial by Tom Stazer, featured in Fantagraphics Books' Critters series
  • Lionheart, a historical novel by American author Sharon Kay Penman about the life of Richard I of England
  • The Brothers Lionheart, a fantasy novel for children by Astrid Lindgren

Video games[edit]

Other uses[edit]

See also[edit]