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Pratt is an English surname. Notable people with the surname include:

A–F

* Abner Pratt (1801–1863), American diplomat, jurist, politician, lawyer * Al Pratt (baseball) (1847–1937), American baseball player * Andy Pratt (baseball) (born 1979), American baseball player * Andy Pratt (singer-songwriter) (born 1947), American singer-songwriter and musician * Antwerp Edgar Pratt (1852-1924), British naturalist, explorer, collector of plants and animals * Awadagin Pratt (born 1966), American concert pianist * Babe Pratt (Walter Peter Pratt, 1916–1988), Canadian ice hockey player * Bela Pratt (1867–1917), American sculptor * Betty Rosenquest Pratt, (1925–2016), American tennis player * Bob Pratt (1912–2001), Australian rules footballer * Caleb S. Pratt (1832–1861), Union Officer * Charles Pratt, 1st Earl Camden (1713–1794), British lawyer * Charles Pratt (1830–1891), American businessman and philanthropist * Chris Pratt (born 1979), American actor * Christopher Pratt (born 1935), Canadian artist * Daniel Pratt (eccentric) (1809–1887), American speaker, author, performance artist, eccentric, and poet * Daniel Pratt (industrialist) (1799–1873), American industrialist * David Pratt (Canadian broadcaster) (late 20th/early 21st c.), Canadian sports radio personality and columnist * David Pratt (assassin) (1908–1961), attempted assassin of South African Prime Minister Hendrik Verwoerd * David Pratt (cricketer) (born 1938), English cricketer * David Pratt (footballer) (1896–1967), Scottish football player and manager * David Pratt (politician) (born 1955), Canadian politician * Denis Charles Pratt (1908–1999), British writer, illustrator, actor, and artist's model, commonly known as Quentin Crisp * Don Pratt (1892–1944), United States Army officer * Dudley Pratt (1897–1975), American sculptor * E. J. Pratt (1882–1964), Canadian poet * Edmund T. Pratt Jr. (1927–2002), American CEO * Eliza Jane Pratt (1902–1981), American politician * Enoch Pratt (1808–1896), American businessman * Fletcher Pratt (1897–1956), historian and science fiction/fantasy author * Francis A. Pratt (1827–1902), American engineer, of the Pratt & Whitney aircraft engine company

G–J

* Gary Pratt (born 1981), English cricketer * George C. Pratt (born 1928), U.S. federal appellate judge * George Dupont Pratt (1869–1935), environmentalist * George Pratt (disambiguation), several people ** George Pratt, 2nd Marquess Camden (1799–1866), British peer and Tory politician * Germaine Pratt (born 1998), American football player * Greta Pratt, American photographer * Harold Douglas Pratt Jr. (born 1944), American ornithologist, bio acoustician, wildlife photographer, bird illustrator, and musician * Henry Cheever Pratt (1803–1880), American artist and explorer * Henry Otis Pratt (1838–1931), American lawyer, minister, and Iowa Republican U.S. Representative * Herbert L. Pratt (1871–1945), American oil industrialist * Hiram Pratt (1800–1840), American politician from Buffalo, New York * Hodgson Pratt (1824–1907), British pacifist * Hugo Pratt (1927–1995), Italian cartoonist * Jane Pratt (born 1962), American magazine editor * Jessica Pratt (musician) (born 1987), American singer-songwriter * Jessica Pratt (soprano) (born 1979), Australian operatic soprano * John Pratt (disambiguation), several people ** John Pratt (footballer) (born 1948), English footballer ** John Pratt (judge) (1657–1725), Lord Chief Justice of England and interim Chancellor of the Exchequer ** John Pratt (soldier) (1753–1824), United States Army officer ** John Pratt, 1st Marquess Camden (1759–1840), British politician ** John Teele Pratt (1873–1927), American corporate attorney, philanthropist, music impresario, and financier ** John Pratt (1931–2001), birth name of author John Winton ** John H. Pratt (1910–1995), U.S. court of appeals judge ** John Henry Pratt (1809–1871), British clergyman and mathematician ** John Lee Pratt (1879–1975), American businessman who served on GM's Board of Directors ** John Pratt (Canadian politician) (1894–1973), Manitoban politician ** John Pratt (Liberal politician) (1873–1952), Scottish Liberal politician ** John Pratt (cricketer) (1834–1886), English cricketer * Joseph Marmaduke Pratt (1891–1946), American politician

K–Q

* Keith Pratt * Keri Lynn Pratt (born 1978), American actress * Khevin Pratt (born 1970), American football player * Kyla Pratt (born c. 1985), American actress * Kyle Pratt, a player on the 2008 Florida Gators football team * Larry Pratt (baseball) (1887–1969), American baseball player * Larry Pratt (born 1942), American lobbyist * Lorus Pratt (1855–1923), American artist * Louise Pratt (born 1972), Australian politician * Marvin Pratt (born 1944), American politician * Mary Louise Pratt (20th c.), professor of Spanish and Portuguese languages and literature * Mary Pratt (disambiguation), several people ** Mary Pratt (baseball) (born 1918), American baseball player ** Mary Pratt (painter) (born 1935), Canadian painter * Matthew Pratt (1734–1805), American painter * Michael Pratt (disambiguation), several people * Lord Michael Pratt (1946–2007), British author * Michael Kenneth Pratt (born 1954), Australian policeman * Mike Pratt (actor) (1931–1976), British actor * Mike Pratt (basketball) (born 1948), American basketball player * Mike Pratt (politician) (born 1948), Australian politician as the Member for Adelaide * Neisha Pratt (born 1973), Hong Kong cricketer * Nicole Pratt (born 1973), Australian tennis player * Nolan Pratt (born 1975), Canadian ice hockey player and assistant coach * Orson Pratt (1811–1881), Latter Day Saint leader, brother of Parley P. Pratt * Parley P. Pratt (1807–1857), Latter Day Saint writer, brother of Orson Pratt * Percy Pratt (1874–1961), New Zealand cricketer * Peter Pratt (1923–1995), British actor * Phil Pratt (born 1942), Jamaican singer and record producer

R–Z

* Renée Gill Pratt (born 1954), American politician and convicted felon * Reverend George Pratt (1817–1894), missionary, author of the first Samoan language grammar and dictionary * Rey Pratt (1878–1931), Latter Day Saint leader in Mexico * Richard Henry Pratt (1840–1924), American soldier and educator, founder of Carlisle Indian School * Richard L. Pratt Jr. (born 1953), American Calvinist theologian and author * Richard Pratt (Australian businessman) (1934–2009), Australian businessman * Robert (1870–1935) and Henry (1863–1943) Pratt, Canadian settlers * Rodney Pratt (born 1938), English cricketer * Roger Pratt (architect) (1620–1684), English architect * Samuel Jackson Pratt (1749–1814), English writer * Samuel Pratt (1807 – c. 1875), American farmer and politician * Sharon Pratt Kelly (born 1944), American politician * Spencer Pratt (born 1983), American television personality * Susan May Pratt (born 1974), American actress * Susan Pratt (born 1956), American actress * Theodore Pratt (1901–1969), American novelist * Thomas Pratt (Maryland politician) (1804–1869), American lawyer and politician * Thomas Willis Pratt (1812–1875), American engineer and inventor * Tim Pratt (born 1976), American science fiction and fantasy writer and poet * Todd Pratt (born 1967), American baseball player, manager, and coach * Tom Pratt (American football) (born 1935), American football player and coach * Travis Pratt, American criminologist * Vaughan Pratt (born 1944), computer scientist * Victoria Pratt (born 1970), Canadian actress * Wallace Pratt (1885–1981), American geologist * Walter F. Pratt (born 1946), American legal scholar * Walter L. Pratt (1868–1934), New York politician * William Henry Pratt (1887–1969), birth name of actor Boris Karloff * William V. Pratt (1869–1957), American admiral * Zadock Pratt (1790–1871), US congressman and founder of Prattsville, New York


Fictional characters


* Atom (Al Pratt), comics character * George Pratt, character in Philip Van Doren Stern's short story "The Greatest Gift" * Greg Pratt, character from ''ER'' * Kyle Pratt, a character in ''Flightplan'' * Upson Pratt in the movie ''Creepshow'' * William Pratt or Spike, a character from ''Buffy the Vampire Slayer''


See also


* Tierra Ruffin-Pratt (born 1991), American basketball player {{surname