Lottie is an abbreviation for Charlotte (given name), it may also refer to:


  • Lottie Beebe, American educator
  • Lottie Blackford, British actress of the silent film era
  • Lottie Briscoe (1883–1950), American stage and silent screen actress
  • Charlotte Lottie Collins (1865–1910), English singer and dancer who introduced the song "Ta-ra-ra Boom-de-ay!" in England
  • Carlotta Lottie Deno (1844-1934), noted American Old West gambler and poker player
  • Charlotte Lottie Dod (1871-1960), English multi-sport athlete, particularly in tennis
  • Lottie Ejebrant (born 1944), Swedish actress Gunhild Ejebrant
  • Lottie Gilson (1862–1912), Swiss-born American comedian and vaudeville singer
  • Lottie Kimbrough (1900-?), American country blues singer
  • Lottie Lyell (1890–1925), Australian actress, screenwriter, editor and filmmaker, regarded as Australia's first film star, born Charlotte Edith Cox
  • Charlotte Lottie Moon (1840-1912), American Southern Baptist missionary in China
  • Lottie Mwale (1952–2005), Zambian boxer
  • Lottie Phiri (born 1988), Zambian footballer
  • Lottie Pickford (1893–1936), Canadian-born silent film actress and socialite born Charlotte Smith, sister of film star Mary Pickford
  • Lottie Ryan, Irish TV presenter, radio reporter and dancer
  • Lottie Shackelford, African-American politician, first woman mayor of Little Rock, Arkansas (1987-1991)
  • Liselott Lottie Tham (born 1949), Swedish heiress and businesswoman
  • Lottie Venne (1852–1928), British comedian, actress and singer
  • Lottie Williams (1874–1962), American film actress
  • T. J. Lottie, American singer, member of the now-defunct R&B group So Plush

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