Edwin Fitzgerald Foy (March 9, 1856-February 16, 1928) was an American vaudeville actor and comedian.
Foy had seven children and they sometimes performed with him as The Seven Little Foys. The most famous was actor Eddie Foy, Jr. (1905–1983)
Bob Hope portrayed Foy in a feature film.
Foy is notable as a survivor of the December 30, 1903 fire that erupted in the Iroquois Theater in Chicago, Illinois, claiming the lives of over 600 people. Foy was a star in the theater troupe performing Mr. Bluebeard, Jr. at the time, and rescued several people from the blaze.