Sanders (surname)

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Sanders is a patronymic name, meaning son of Sander/Alexander.[1][2] Notable persons with that surname include:

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  • Neill Sanders (1923–1992), British French horn player
  • Newell Sanders (1850–1938), Chattanooga businessman and former senator from Tennessee
  • Nicholas Sanders (c. 1530–1581), English Roman Catholic priest and historian
  • Nick Sanders, the current Guinness World Record holder for fastest motorcycle circumnavigation
  • Nicola Sanders (b. 1982), British sprinter and hurdler
  • Noel Devine Sanders (b. 1988), American college football running back
  • Norm Sanders (b. 1932), American-Australian politician, activist

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Fictional characters[edit]

  • Charles, Elizabeth, Jamie, Judith & Kate Sanders, characters from the soap opera One Life to Live
  • Greg Sanders, fictional character featured on the US crime drama television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, played by Eric Szmanda
  • Larry Sanders, fictional character played by Garry Shandling on the American television series The Larry Sanders Show
  • Micah Sanders, character portrayed by Noah Gray-Cabey on the NBC science fiction drama series Heroes
  • Niki Sanders, character portrayed by Ali Larter in the television series Heroes
  • Stephen Sanders, alias used by the Marvel Comics character Doctor Strange
  • Steve Sanders, character in the American television drama Beverly Hills, 90210
  • Terry Sanders Jr., character in the anime OVA Mobile Suit Gundam: The 08th MS Team

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  1. ^ Theories of the Origins of the Name Sanders at sanders.web
  2. ^ Sanders at the Meertens Institute database of surnames in the Netherlands.