Cranston or Cranstoun is a Scottish surname originating in a clan that lived around Roxburgh in the Scottish Borders. It is a minor clan but has its own tartan and clan brooch. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Alan Cranston (1914–2000), American politician from California
  • Bryan Cranston (b. 1956), American actor
  • Catherine Cranston (1849–1934), also known as Kate Cranston or Miss Cranston, tea room proprietor
  • Earl Cranston (1840–1932), bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church
  • Edwin Cranston, professor of Japanese at Harvard University
  • John Cranston, colonial governor of Rhode Island
  • Ken Cranston (b. 1917), former English cricketer
  • Maurice Cranston (1920–1993), British philosopher and political scientist
  • Ross Cranston (b. 1948), British lawyer and politician, member of Parliament for Dudley
  • Samuel Cranston, colonial governor of Rhode Island
  • Tim Cranston (b. 1962), Canadian ice hockey player
  • Toller Cranston (1949–2015), Canadian figure skater and artist

Fictional characters:

  • Billy Cranston, a character from the Power Rangers universe

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