Silk (disambiguation)

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Silk is a natural fibre and a textile woven from it.

Silk or Silks may also refer to:

Entertainment and media[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

Film and television[edit]


Given name[edit]

  • Steve "Silk" Hurley (born 1962), American house-music producer
  • Silk O'Loughlin (Francis H. "Silk" O'Loughlin, 1872–1918), American umpire in Major League Baseball
  • Silk Smitha (Vijayalakshmi Vadlapati, 1960–1996), South Indian cinema actress


  • Alexandra Silk (born 1963), American pornographic actress
  • Anna Silk (born 1974), Canadian television and film actress
  • Dennis Silk (born 1931), British schoolmaster and international cricketer
  • Garnett Silk (1966–1994), Jamaican reggae musician
  • Gary Silk (born 1984), English footballer
  • George Silk (1916–2004), New Zealand photojournalist
  • Joseph Silk (born 1942), American professor and astronomer
  • Mark Silk (born 1950), professor of religion in public life at Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut)
  • Paul Silk, British civil servant
  • Robert Kilroy-Silk (born 1942), British former politician and TV presenter

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