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Mick is a derogatory term for a person of Irish descent. It is also a masculine given name, usually a short form (hypocorism) of Michael. It may refer to:


  • Mick Abrahams (born 1943), English guitarist and band leader, original guitarist for Jethro Tull
  • Mick Aston (1946-2013), English archaeologist
  • Mick Brown, half of the British vocal duo Pat and Mick
  • Mick Coady (born 1958), English footballer
  • Michael Collins (Irish leader) (1890–1922), Irish revolutionary leader, soldier, and politician
  • Mick Cronin (basketball) (born 1971), American basketball coach
  • Mick Fanning (born 1981), Australian professional surfer
  • Mick Foley (born 1965), American professional wrestler, actor and author
  • Mick Fleetwood (born 1947), British drummer and founding member of Fleetwood Mac
  • Michael Hannah (born 1983), Australian downhill mountain biker
  • Mick Harvey (born 1958), Australian musician, singer-songwriter, composer, arranger and record producer, founding member of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds and The Birthday Party
  • Mick Herron, British mystery and thriller novelist
  • Mick Hucknall (born 1960), English singer and songwriter
  • Mick Jagger (born 1943), lead singer and songwriter for the Rolling Stones
  • Mick Jenkins (rugby league) (born 1972), Welsh rugby footballer
  • Mick Jenkins (rapper) (born 1991), American rapper
  • Mick Jones (disambiguation)
  • Mick McGinley (born 1940/1), Irish Gaelic footballer and father of professional golfer Paul
  • Mick Mannock (1887–1918), British First World War fighter ace, the fifth highest scoring pilot of the war
  • Mickey Mantle (1931-1995), American Major League Baseball Hall-of-Fame player nicknamed "the Mick"
  • Mick Mars (born 1951 or 1955), guitarist for Mötley Crüe born Robert Alan Deal
  • Mick McKamie (born 1950), American Municipal Lawyer
  • Mick Mercer (born 1958), British journalist
  • Mick Molloy (born 1966), Australian comedian, writer, producer and actor
  • Mick Molloy (born 1944), Irish former rugby union player
  • Mick Mulvaney (born 1967), American politician
  • Mick Peck (born 1981), New Zealand magician
  • Michael Potter (born 1963), Australian rugby league coach and former player
  • Mick Ralphs (born 1944), English guitarist and songwriter, founding member of rock bands Mott the Hoople and Bad Company
  • Mick Ronson (1946-1993), English guitarist for David Bowie's The Spiders from Mars
  • Mick Taylor (born 1949), English guitarist for the Rolling Stones
  • Mick Thomson (born 1973), American guitarist for Slipknot
  • Mick Tongraya (born 1992), Thai actor and model

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