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Daley, originally an Irish family name derived from the Gaelic Ó Dálaigh, as a surname, may refer to:

  • Arthur Daley, fictional character in the British TV series Minder
  • Ben Daley (born 1988), Australian Rugby League player
  • Brian Daley (1947-1996), American science fiction novelist
  • Brian E. Daley (born 1940), American Jesuit and theologian
  • Bud Daley (born 1932), American professional Major League baseball pitcher
  • Cass Daley (1915-1975), American radio and movie actress
  • Clayton Daley (born 1951), chief financial officer of The Procter & Gamble Company
  • Earl Daley (born 1958), Jamaican reggae singer better known as Earl Sixteen
  • Eleanor Joanne Daley (born 1955), Canadian composer
  • Eleanor "Sis" Daley (1907–2003), wife of former Chicago mayor Richard J. Daley and mother of former mayor Richard M. Daley
  • George W. Daley (1875-1952), American newspaper editor, sports writer, and syndicated author
  • Grace Daley (born 1978), professional basketball player
  • Jim Daley (born 1953), coach in the Canadian Football League
  • Jimmy Daley (born 1973), English cricketer
  • John P. Daley (born 1946), American Committeeman in Chicago
  • Laurie Daley (born 1969), Australian rugby league football commentator and former player
  • Lloyd Daley (born 1939), Jamaican electronic technician, sound system pioneer and reggae producer
  • Michael Daley (born 1965), Australian politician
  • Omar Daley (born 1981), Jamaican footballer
  • Pete Daley (born 1930), American catcher in Major League Baseball
  • Richard J. Daley (1902–1976), American Mayor of Chicago, father of Richard M. Daley
  • Richard M. Daley (born 1942), American Mayor of Chicago, son of Richard J. Daley
  • Spencer Weir-Daley, (born 1953), English footballer
  • Steve Daley (born 1953), English footballer
  • Tom Daley (diver) (born 1994), British Olympic diver
  • Tony Daley (born 1967), English footballer
  • Trevor Daley (born 1983), Canadian professional ice hockey player in the National Hockey League
  • Troy Cassar-Daley (born 1952), Maltese-Australian and Aboriginal country musician
  • Vi Daley, alderman in the Chicago City Council
  • Victor Daley (1858–1905), Australian poet
  • William M. Daley (born 1948), White House Chief of Staff to President Barack Obama, United States Secretary of Commerce, brother of Chicago mayor Richard M. Daley


  • Daley family, powerful political family in Illinois state
Daley (musician)

Gareth Daley (born 29 September 1989), better known professionally as Daley (pronounced day-lee), is a British recording artist and songwriter. Daley first became prominent after co-writing and featuring on the Gorillaz 2010 single " Doncamatic", having been spotted by the band's creator Damon Albarn early in his career as an underground artist on the London music scene. The song exposed him to a wider international audience. In 2011, his mixtape Those Who Wait mixtape was independently released and achieved 150,000 downloads over its first twelve months. Its success saw him promptly signed to Universal Music.

The next two years saw him releasing two top 30 singles on the UK Singles Chart, including 2012's "Remember Me" featuring singer Jessie J and 2013's "Broken". Daley's debut album Days & Nights was released in February 2014 to critical acclaim and generated the Pharrell Williams produced top ten hit "Look Up" on the Billboards Adult R&B Songs. Next to opening for the likes of Miguel, Maxwell, Emeli Sande, Jill Scott and Maverick Sabre, Daley has headlined venues like KOKO, Highline Ballroom, El Rey Theatre, 930 Club, and the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta.