List of Salvadorans
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- Noe Canjura, painter
- Patricia Chica, filmmaker
- Augusto Crespin, painter
- Fernando Llort, painter and sculptor
- Consuelo de Saint-Exupéry, painter, sculptor, and author; wife of Antoine de Saint Exupéry
- Toño Salazar, caricaturist
Scholars, Authors, and Educators
- Claribel Alegría,writer
- Manlio Argueta, novelist
- Alfredo Betancourt, educator, philosopher
- Roque Dalton, poet
- Pedro Geoffroy Rivas, poet, scholar
- Ana Sol Gutiérrez, educator
- Claudia Lars, poet
- Ignacio Martín-Baró, Social psychologist and priest
- Alberto Masferrer, intellectual
- Dr. Tania Pleitez, art historian, author
- Salarrué (Salvador Salazar Arrué), novelist, poet, painter.
- Marcos Villatoro, author
- Pescozada, Latino rap artist
- DJ Keoki, Techno DJ
- The Fabulous Wonder Twins, Entertainment Personalities
- Álvaro Torres, singer
- Adrian Bellani Italian-Salvadoran actor born in Miami.
- Efren Ramirez, actor
- Martina Topley-Bird, vocalist and songwriter
- Pete Sandoval, drummer for the group Morbid Angel
- Allison Iraheta, winner of Telemundo reality show, Quinceañera
- Mauricio Merino Jr Actor and Model.
- Crooked Stilo,Urban artist.
- J.D. Pardo, actor
Fashion Designers and Models
- Christy Turlington American-Salvadoran, supermodel
- Francesca Miranda internationally renowned fashion designer.
Past and Current Political Figures
- Ana Maria, guerrilla leader
- Gerardo Barrios, liberal president
- Armando Calderón Sol, former president
- Alfredo Cristiani, former president
- Roberto D'Aubuisson, politician, ARENA
- José Napoleón Duarte, former president
- Francisco Flores, former president
- Mauricio Funes, current President
- Rutilio Grande, martyred priest
- Álvaro Magaña, banker and interim president
- Maximiliano Hernández Martínez, dictator-president
- Antonio Saca, former president
- Guillermo Ungo, opposition leader and former vice-president
- Carlos Eugenio Vides Casanova, defense minister, convicted of human rights abuses
- Joaquín Villalobos, noted guerrilla leader during Salvadoran civil war
- Cayetano Carpio, leader of the leftist insurgency, founder of the FPL.
- Anastasio Aquino King of the Nonualco tribes, who defeated the government army in 1833
- José Inocencio Alas, former priest and activist
- Juan Rafael Bustillo former Head of the Salvadoran Air Force
- José Matías Delgado, national hero
- Joaquín Eufrasio Guzmán, national hero
- Farabundo Martí, revolutionary
- José Castellanos Contreras, humanitarian
- Óscar Arnulfo Romero, humanitarian he was the fourth Archbishop of San Salvador.
- Vicky Guzman, doctor and humanitarian
- Jose Cortez, former NFL football player
- Rosemary Casals, former tennis player and winner of multiple Grand Slams.
- Roger Huerta, Mixed martial arts Fighter.
- Ivan Menjivar, Mixed Martial Arts Fighter.
- Edwin Figueroa, Mixed Martial Arts Fighter.
- Rodolfo Zelaya, soccer player.
- Mágico González, soccer player.
- Jaime Alas, soccer player
- Léster Blanco, soccer player
- Steve Purdy, soccer player
- Arturo Alvarez, soccer player
- Mauricio Cienfuegos, soccer player
- Raúl Díaz Arce, Soccer Player
- Ricardo Saprissa, athlete, coach, and sport promoter
- Ronnie Aguilar, Los Angeles Lakers Player
- John Martinez, Soccer Player
- Ingmar Guandique Undocumented US immigrant convicted in death of Chandra Levy and two other American women