Samson (disambiguation)

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Samson is a Biblical figure known for his superhuman strength, derived from his hair.

Samson may also refer to:


Plays and films[edit]


  • Samson (Handel), an oratorio by George Frideric Handel
  • Samson, a lost opera by French 18th-century composer Jean-Philippe Rameau
  • Samson (band), a British hard rock band, formed in 1977 by guitarist and vocalist Paul Samson
  • "Samson" (song), by Emly Starr
  • "Samson", a song on Regina Spektor's 2006 album Begin to Hope
  • "Samson", a song by British singer V V Brown from her third studio album, Samson & Delilah



In the military[edit]


  • Samson (name), a list of people with the given name or surname
  • Samson, English stage name of Santo (1917–1984), Mexican wrestler and film actor
  • Savanna Samson, stage name of American pornographic actress Natalie Oliveros (born 1967)
  • Samson, ring name of female Muay Thai boxing champion Siriporn Thaweesuk

Fictional characters[edit]


Other uses[edit]

  • Samson (magazine), a Japanese gay magazine featuring chubby and older men
  • Samson and Goliath (cranes), twin shipbuilding gantry cranes in Queen's Island, Belfast, Northern Ireland
  • Samson Ultra, a trademark name for .50 Action Express preloaded handgun ammunition
  • Samson (dinosaur), a dinosaur skeleton with the most complete Tyrannosaurus rex skull ever found
  • Samson, a name for the ND-5000 32-bit processor made by Norsk Data
  • Samson, an alternative name for the wine grape Cinsaut
  • Samson fish, a jack of the genus Seriola
  • SAMSON (Software for Adaptive Modeling and Simulation Of Nanosystems), a software platform for computational nanoscience

See also[edit]