Mack (surname)

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Mack is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Allison Mack (born 1982), American actor best known for her role in Smallville
  • Andrew Mack (1780–1854), mayor of Detroit in 1834
  • Andrew Mack (actor) (1863–1931), American actor and songwriter
  • Betty Mack (1901–1980), American film actress
  • Bill Mack, country music radio host
  • Burton L. Mack, American theologian
  • Cecil Mack (1883–1944), American composer, lyricist and music publisher
  • Chris Mack (disambiguation), various people
  • An American family that started in baseball and has moved into politics:
    • Connie Mack (1862–1956), baseball player, executive, and team owner
    • Earle Mack (1890–1967), Connie's son; baseball player
    • Connie Mack III (born 1940), grandson of Connie and nephew of Earle; politician
    • Connie Mack IV (born 1967), son of Connie III; politician
    • Mary Bono Mack (born 1961), wife of Connie IV; politician and widow of Sonny Bono
  • Craig Mack (born 1971), American rap musician
  • David Alan Mack, writer best known for his freelance Star Trek novels
  • David S. Mack, American businessman
  • Denny Mack (1851–1888), baseball player
  • Earle I. Mack (born 1938), businessman and former US Ambassador
  • Ebenezer Mack (1791–1849), New York politician
  • Elbert Mack (born 1986), American football cornerback
  • Eugen Mack (1907–1978), Swiss gymnast and Olympic Champion
  • H. Bert Mack (1912-1992), American real estate developer
  • Hans-Joachim Mack (1928–2008), German general
  • Helen Mack (1913–1986), American actress
  • Jerome D. Mack (a.k.a. Jerry Mack) (1920-1998) was an American banker, real estate investor, political fundraiser and philanthropist in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Jimmy Mack (broadcaster) (1934–2004), Scottish radio and television presenter
  • Joe Mack various people (see dab page)
  • John E. Mack (1929–2004), American psychiatrist, writer, and professor at Harvard Medical School
  • John J. Mack (born 1944), CEO of Morgan Stanley
  • Karen Mack, American television producer for CBS and co-author of three novels from Los Angeles, California.
  • Karl Mack von Leiberich (1752–1828), Austrian general, famous for his defeat at Ulm in Napoleon's campaign of 1805
  • Kevin Mack, see Kevin Mack (disambiguation)
  • Lee Mack (born 1968), the stage name for English stand-up comedian Lee Gordon McKillop.
  • Lonnie Mack (born 1941), American rock and blues guitarist/vocalist
  • Norman Edward Mack (1855–1932), editor and publisher of the Buffalo Daily Times
  • Oliver Mack (born 1957), retired American professional basketball player
  • Peter F. Mack, Jr. (1916–1986), former U.S. politician
  • Red Mack (born 1937), American football wide receiver and halfback
  • Reinhold Mack, record producer known for working with Electric Light Orchestra, Queen and other rock bands
  • Rico Mack (born 1971), American football player
  • Rodney Mack, ring name of professional wrestler Rodney Begnaud
  • Sam Mack (born 1970), retired American professional basketball player
  • Shane Mack (baseball) (born 1963), former left and center fielder
  • Shane Mack (mayor) (born 1969)
  • Sherman Q. Mack (born 1972), Louisiana politician
  • Shorty Mack (born 1981), international rapper and actor
  • Steve Mack (born 1979), American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Monsta Mack
  • Tara Mack (born 1983), Minnesota politician and a member of the Minnesota House of Representatives
  • Ted Mack (radio-TV host) (1904–1976), host of Ted Mack and the Original Amateur Hour on radio and television
  • Timothy Mack (born 1972), American pole vaulter and Olympic champion
  • Tom Mack (born 1943), former left guard
  • Wayne Mack, sportscaster
  • Willard Mack (1873–1934), Canadian-born actor, director, and playwright

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