Buddy (englisch ‚Freund‘, ‚Kumpel‘) bezeichnet:

Buddy ist der Vorname folgender Personen:

  • Buddy Baker (* 1941), US-amerikanischer Autorennfahrer
  • Buddy Bolden (1877–1931), US-amerikanischer Jazzmusiker
  • Buddy Childers (1926–2007), US-amerikanischer Jazz-Trompeter
  • Buddy Collette (1921–2010), US-amerikanischer Jazzmusiker
  • Buddy DeFranco (* 1923), US-amerikanischer Jazz-Klarinettist
  • Buddy Guy (* 1936), US-amerikanischer Bluesmusiker
  • Buddy Holly (1936–1959), US-amerikanischer Rock-’n’-Roll-Musiker
  • Buddy Montgomery (1930–2009), US-amerikanischer Jazzmusiker
  • Buddy Parker (1913-1982), US-amerikanischer American-Football-Spieler und -Trainer
  • Buddy Rich (1917–1987), US-amerikanischer Jazz-Schlagzeuger
  • Buddy Tate (1915–2001), US-amerikanischer Jazzmusiker
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