Obie (disambiguation)

Obie usually refers to the Obie Award, an off-Broadway theater award.

Obie may also refer to:


  • Obie Baizley (1917-2000), politician in Manitoba, Canada
  • Renaldo Benson (1936-2005), American soul and R&B singer and songwriter
  • Obie Bermúdez (born 1981), Puerto Rican Latin pop, salsa singer and composer
  • Obie Bristow (1900–1969), professional football player in the early National Football League
  • Obie Fernandez, Ruby and Ruby on Rails developer
  • Obie Graves, former Citrus College and Cal State Fullerton football player
  • Obie Etie Ikechukwu (born 1987), Nigerian footballer who plays as a midfielder
  • Bob O'Billovich (also "Obie"; born 1940), east regional scout for the BC Lions of the Canadian Football League
  • William Obanhein (also "Officer Obie"; 1924–1994), chief of police for the town of Stockbridge, Massachusetts
  • Obie Oberholzer (born 1947), South African photographer
  • Obie Patterson (born 1938), American politician
  • Obie Trice (born 1977), American rapper and songwriter
  • Obie Trotter (born 1984), American-Hungarian professional basketball player
  • Obie Scott Wade, American producer, director and screenwriter
  • Obie Walker (1911–1989), professional boxer
  • Obelit Yadgar (aldo Obie Yadgar; born 1945), Assyrian-American radio personality
  • Young Jessie (Obediah Donnell "Obie" Jessie; born 1936), African American R&B and jazz singer and songwriter

Other usesEdit

  • Catch light, a video camera-mounted light also referred to as Obies, invented by Lucien Ballard

See alsoEdit