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David Young could refer to:
- Dai Young, Welsh prop
- David Young (poet, translator, writer, literary critic), is the Donald R. Longman Professor of Creative Writing at Oberlin College and editor of FIELD Magazine, a biannual journal that he helped found in 1969 that publishes poetry and criticism.;
- David Young (Macintosh Software Engineer), a Macintosh Software Engineer and eater of gourmet food;
- David Young (Ontario politician), an Ontario politician;
- David Young (poker player) (born 1969), English poker player;
- David Young, Baron Young of Graffham, a British politician and Cabinet minister from the 1980s;
- David Wright Young, a British Labour Party MP from 1974 to 1997
- David Young (White House Plumbers), a member of the a covert ops team under U.S. President Richard Nixon
- David Young (Canadian playwright), a Canadian playwright
- Dave Young (musician), a Canadian jazz musician
- David Young (merchant) (1848-1887), a Winnipeg, Manitoba business person and politician
- David Young , Quality Manager at the National Energy Board, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
- David Young (wrestler)
- David Young (editor), founding editor in 1818 of The Farmer's Almanac.
- David Young (bomber), a former policeman who took hostages at an elementary school in Cokeville, Wyoming in 1986.
- David Young (attorney), a leading venture capital attorney with DLA Piper US LLP.
- David Young (television producer), a British game show devisor and producer.
- David Young (basketball), drafted in the second round of the 2004 NBA Draft by the Seattle SuperSonics
- David Young (rugby player), rugby player
- David (Dave) Young, a special effects technician
- David William Young Full Time Old Boy
- David Young (chemist), author of a textbook on Computational Chemistry, published by John Wiley & Sons.
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