Troy (disambiguation)

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Troy is the legendary city described in Homer's Iliad.

Troy may also refer to:


Stage name[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Castor Troy, the main antagonist from the 1997 science fiction/action film Face/Off
  • Christian Troy, a fictional character from the television medical drama Nip/Tuck
  • Donna Troy, the civilian identity of the original Wonder Girl from DC Comics
  • Gavin Troy, fictional character in the television series Midsomer Murders, played by Daniel Casey
  • Troy Barnes, a character in the television series Community
  • Troy, a character played by Jordan Williams in the British web series Corner Shop Show.
  • Troy Bolton, fictional character from High School Musical, played by Zac Efron
  • Troy Jeffries, a character in the cartoon Beverly Hills Teens
  • Troy McClure, a retired fictional actor on the The Simpsons
  • Troy Miller (Neighbours), a fictional character from the Australian soap opera Neighbours

Film, literature, and music[edit]




  • Troy Town (or "Troy", "Troy-Town", "Troy's Walls", "The Walls of Troy"), traditional name for some turf mazes in England
  • "Troy town", the name given to Fowey, Cornwall, by the writer and scholar Sir Arthur Quiller-Couch in many of his books

United States[edit]


  • Troy (submarine), a small submarine in the shape of a Great White Shark
  • Troy class boats, unique to Fowey in Cornwall and raced competitively; 26 have been built since 1929


  • Troy weight, a system of measurements for weight and mass commonly used in describing the "size" of precious metals and gemstones
  • TROY, another name for the human gene TNFRSF19
  • Troy (horse), a British Thoroughbred racehorse
  • Troy (chess variant), a chess variant created by the Fanaat games club (The Netherlands)

See also[edit]