O'Day

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O'Day is a surname of Irish origin. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Alan O'Day (1940–2013), American singer-songwriter
  • Anita O'Day (1919–2006), American jazz singer
  • Aubrey O'Day (born 1984), American singer, dancer, actress, songwriter, fashion designer, former member of the group Danity Kane
  • Caroline Love Goodwin O'Day (1875–1943), American politician
  • Constance O'Day-Flannery, an American author of romance novels
  • Daniel O'Day, one of northwestern Pennsylvania's earliest independent refiners to be brought into John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil Company
  • Darren O'Day (born 1982), Major League Baseball relief pitcher for the Baltimore Orioles
  • Devon O'Day (born 1962), American radio personality, former plus-sized model for the Ford Modeling Agency, songwriter, and an author
  • George O'Day (1923–1987), American sailor, Olympic champion and boat designer
  • Hank O'Day (1859–1935), American right-handed pitcher, umpire and manager in Major League Baseball
  • Jeremy O'Day (born 1974), offensive lineman for the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League
  • John O'Day (1856-1933), American politician
  • Marcus O'Day (1897–1961), American physicist
  • Molly O'Day (1911–1998), American film actress
  • Molly O'Day (singer) (1923–1987), American country music vocalist in the late 1940s
  • Nell O'Day (1909–1989), accomplished equestrian and B-movie actress of the 1930s and 1940s
  • Pat O'Day (born 1934), Pacific Northwest broadcaster and promoter

See also[edit]

  • O'Dea, Irish surname from which O'Day is derived
  • Break O'Day Council, a Local Government Area of Tasmania, encompassing the northern part of the states east coast
  • Javits-Wagner-O'Day Act or JWOD, 41 U.S.C. § 46 et seq
  • O'Day (crater), a prominent lunar impact crater that is located on the far side of the Moon
  • O'Day (sailboat), a 17' fiberglass daysailer sailboat
  • O'Day Mariner, a long sailboat based upon the hull of the Rhodes 19
  • Peep o' Day Boys, a Protestant secret association in 18th century Ireland, a precursor of the Orange Order