Kállay family is a Hungarian noble family. The family name derived from their estates at Nagy-Kalló, in Szabolcs, and they claimed descent from the Hungarian Balogh-Semjén genus (clan), which colonized the counties of Borsod, Szabolcs, and Szatmár, at the close of the 9th century. János Kállay de Nagy-Kálló was given the title Count by Hungarian Queen Maria Theresia in 1778, but the comital line became extinct. Hungary's 2014 Eurovision Song Contest representative András Kállay-Saunders is a descendent of the Kállay family. He came 5th in the contest.
- Béni Kállay de Nagykálló (German: Benjamin von Kállay; 1839 – 1903), Austro-Hungarian statesman
- Tibor Kállay de Nagykálló (1881–1964), a Hungarian politician
- Miklós Kállay de Nagykálló (1887, Nyíregyháza – 1967, New York City), a Hungarian politician, Prime Minister of Hungary during World War II
- Hugh Chisholm, The Encyclopædia britannica: a dictionary of arts, sciences, literature and general information, Volume 15, The Encyclopædia Britannica Company, 1911
- Magyar Kancelláriai Levéltár – Acta generalia – 1778 – N°. 1224