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Pelletier is a common surname of French origin. Notable people with this surname include:
- Anne-Marie Pelletier, French Bible scholar
- Annie Pelletier, Canadian diver
- Benoît Pelletier, Quebec Liberal Party minister and MNA in the National Assembly
- Bronson Pelletier, Canadian actor
- Bruno Pelletier, Canadian musician
- David Pelletier, Canadian figure skater
- Delphine Pelletier, French triathlete
- Gérard Pelletier, Canadian journalist
- Irvin Pelletier, Canadian politician
- Jacques Peletier du Mans, French humanist, poet and mathematician
- Jared Pelletier, Canadian film director
- J.D. Denis Pelletier, judge serving on the Canadian Federal Court of Appeal
- Jean Pelletier, Canadian politician
- Jean-Jacques Pelletier, Canadian philosopher and author
- Jean-Marc Pelletier, Canadian hockey goaltender
- Joel Pelletier, American artist, musician and writer
- Madeleine Pelletier, French feminist and psychiatrist
- Marie Denise Pelletier, francophone Canadian singer.
- Narcisse Pelletier, Cabin boy abandoned on the coast of Cape York Peninsula in Australia in 1857 and spent 17 years among the Aborigines.
- Nicolas Jacques Pelletier, French highwayman, first person executed by guillotine in France
- Pedro Eugenio Pelletier, French-born Dominican Republic independence war commandant and national heroe.
- Pierre-Joseph Pelletier, French chemist
- Wilfrid Pelletier, Canadian orchestra conductor
- Yannick Pelletier, Swiss chess player
- Yves P. Pelletier, Quebec actor and comedian
- Nicolas Pelletier, Canadian hockey player
- Lac Pelletier No. 107, a rural municipality in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
- Lac Pelletier, hamlet in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan.
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