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- Antonio Pujol (1913–1995), Mexican painter
- Emilio (Emili) Pujol Vilarrubi (1886–1980) - composer, musicologist and classical guitar teacher.
- Jordi Pujol - president of the Generalitat de Catalunya 1980-2003
- Joseph Pujol - a 19th-century French performer also known as Le Pétomane
- Joan Pau Pujol - a 17th-century composer
- Joan Pujol (alias Garbo) – a double-agent working for the British in World War II
- Laetitia Pujol, étoile at the Ballet de l'Opéra National de Paris
- Máximo Diego Pujol - Argentine guitarist and composer (born 1957)
- Michèle Pujol (1951-1997) - Doctorate in economics - Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada
- Óscar Pujol (born 1983), Spanish road cyclist
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