David John Arthur Moore (born 16 October in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is a former Australian state cricketer. He played as a wicketkeeper for New South Wales. An ACB Level Three accredited coach, Moore was appointed the Head Coach of the New South Wales (NSW) women's side in 2001, leading the team to victory in the Women's National Cricket League.
Dr David Moore is a Manx politician and former Chairman of the Finance Board, the forerunner to the present Treasury Minister. He was Member of the House of Keys for Peel from until his retirement in In 1985, he was appointed the last ever Chairman of the Finance Board.
David Mead (formerly Moore) (born 4 November 1988) is an Papua New Guinean rugby league footballer for the Gold Coast Titans of the National Rugby League. The Papua New Guinea international representative plays primarily as a winger.
David Richard Moore (August 28, – May 16, 1926) was a physician and political figure in New Brunswick, Canada. He represented York County in the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick from to as a Liberal member.
(born September 25, 1977) is an American actor who has appeared in television commercials, feature films, and television series. He is best known for his roles as Owen Dittman in Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story, Dr. Norm Spellman in Avatar, Colin Fisher in Bones, J.P. in Grandma's Boy and Ben in Hatchet.
(born October 12, 1935) is an American Southern soul and rhythm & blues (R&B) singer, who was the tenor vocalist for the soul vocal duo Sam & Dave from to Sam Moore is a member of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the Grammy Hall of Fame (for "Soul Man"), the Vocal Group Hall of Fame, and a Grammy Award and a multi-Gold Record award-winning recording artist. Sam & Dave were the most successful and critically acclaimed duo in soul music history. Moore has also achieved a distinguished 25-year career as a solo performing and recording artist. In 2008, based on a poll of other musicians, Rolling Stone named Sam Moore one of the 100 greatest singers of the rock era (1950s-2008).