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Arts and entertainment
- Chuck Berry (born 1926), American rock and roll musician
- Chuck Brown (1936–2012), American guitarist and singer
- Chuck Close (born 1940), American painter and photographer
- Chuck Comeau (born 1979), Canadian drummer
- Chuck D (born 1960), stage name of Carlton Douglas Ridenhour, American rapper
- Chuck Garric, rock bassist of Alice Cooper.
- Chuck Jones (1912–2002), American animator, screenwriter, producer, and director of animated films
- Chuck Leavell (born 1952), American pianist and keyboardist
- Chuck Lorre (born 1952), American television writer, director, producer, composer, and production manager
- Chuck Mangione (born 1940), American flugelhorn player and composer
- Chuck Norris (born 1940), American martial artist, actor and media personality
- Chuck Palahniuk (born 1962), American novelist and freelance journalist
- Chuck Schuldiner (1967–2001), American singer, songwriter, and guitarist
- Chuck Willis (1928–58), American blues singer and songwriter
- Chuck Woolery (born 1941), American actor, singer and game show host
- Chuck Bennett (1907–1973), American football player and coach
- Chuck Carney (1900–1984), American football and basketball player
- Chuck Clements (born 1973), American football player
- Chuck Detwiler (born 1947), American football player
- Chuck Dressen (1898–1966), an American third baseman, manager and coach in professional baseball
- Chuck Drulis (1918–1972), American football player and coach
- Chuck Ealey (born 1950), former American Canadian football player
- Chuck Fusina (born 1957), former American college and professional football player
- Chuck Gelatka (1914–2001), American football player
- Chuck Hutchison (born 1948), American football player
- Chuck Lanza (born 1964), American football player
- Chuck Liddell (born 1969), American mixed martial artist and former UFC champion
- Chuck Long (born 1963), American football coach
- Chuck McKinley (1941–1986), American men’s amateur tennis player
- Chuck Osborne (American football) (1973–2012), American football player
- Chuck Taylor (salesman) (1901–1969), American basketball player and shoe salesman/evangelist
- Chuck Weatherspoon (born 1968), American football player
- Chuck Fager (born 1942), American activist, author, editor, publisher, and prominent member of the Religious Society of Friends
- Chuck Grassley (born 1933), senior United States Senator from Iowa, serving since 1981
- Chuck Hagel (born 1946), United States Secretary of Defense, February 27, 2013 to February 13, 2015.
- Chuck Kleckley (born 1960), businessman and politician in Louisiana
- Chuck Hull (born 1939), inventor of 3D printing
- Chuck Testa (born 1956), American taxidermist
- Chuck Yeager (born 1923), a retired brigadier general in the United States Air Force and record-setting test pilot
- Chuck E. Cheese, Anthropomorphic restaurant mascot.
- Chuck Bartowski, main character of the American television show Chuck
- Chuck (Pokémon), a character in the Pokémon universe
- Chuck, a character from Kodomo no Jikan, a Japanese manga series
- Chuck, a character from Panty & Stocking with Garterbelt, a Japanese anime television series
- Chuck Greene, protagonist of Dead Rising 2
- Chuck (Stargate), a character from the Stargate television series
- Charlotte "Chuck" Charles, a character from the television series Pushing Daisies
- Chuck Bass, a character from the television series Gossip Girl
- Chuck, male canary who is triangle-shaped in Angry Birds
- Chuck Cunningham, a character from the sitcom Happy Days who is best known for disappearing with no explanation
- Chuck, an animated character from the game Papa's Taco Mia on Cool Math-Games
- Chuck Chambers, A Character From iCarly.
- Chuck McCoy, A Character From Austin & Ally.
- Chuck Billy (Chuck Billy 'n' Folks), a character from Monica's Gang and Chuck Billy 'n' Folks.
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