When Gary cracked the Top 10 in 1950, it was one of the first nonclassic boys' names to do so, largely due to Gary (born Frank) Cooper, who was renamed after Gary, Indiana, his agent's hometown. Now, a half century later, Gary has lost its glitter.
Gary Barlow, lead singer of English pop group Take That
Gary Busey, American actor
Gary MichaelCole, American actor
Gary Coleman, American actor
Gary Cooper, American actor
Gary Crosby, son of BingCrosby and child actor
Gary Glitter (born PaulFrancis Gadd), English glam-rock singer
Gary LeRoiGray, American actor
Gary Gygax, American creator of the game "Dungeons & Dragons"
Gary Johnson, American politician
Gary Lane, American actor and twin brother of LarryLane
Gary Larson, American cartoonist of The Far Side
Gary Lineker, English footballer
Gary Moore, Northern Irish guitarist
Gary Numan, English singer-songwriter
Gary Oldman, English actor
Gary Player, South African pro golfer
Gary Sinise, American actor
Gary the Snail, character on animated series "SpongeBob Squarepants"
Gary Bell, character on TV's "Alphas"
Gary "Gaz" Grailquest, character on TV's "The Worst Witch"
Gary Walker, character on TV's "Numb3rs"
Gary Oak, character in Pokemon video game series
Gary, Indiana, USA