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A creed is a statement of religious belief.
Creed may also refer to:
- Credo (music), one of the movements in a traditional setting of the Mass
- Creed (band), an American post-grunge band
- Rifleman's Creed, also known as "the Creed of the United States Marine," though unofficial
- Ranger Creed, official creed of the US Army Rangers
- U.S. Soldier's Creed, a set of values and morals that all U.S. Army personnel are encouraged to live by
- Sailor's Creed, official creed of the U.S. Navy
- Airman's Creed, official creed of the U.S. Air Force
- Barbara Creed, cultural critic
- Consequences Creed (born 1986), an early ring persona of American professional wrestler Austin Watson, now better known as Xavier Woods
- Frederick G. Creed, Canadian inventor, founder of Creed & Company
- Helios Creed, American musician, guitarist of Chrome
- James Creed, MP for Canterbury
- Linda Creed, Philadelphia songwriter
- Martin Creed, British artist
- Michael Creed, Irish politician
- Percy Redfern Creed, Irish author
- Creed Taylor, American record producer
- Creed Bratton (born 1943), American singer and actor
- Creed, the character from the self-titled comic book originally published by Hall of Heroes
- Creed Diskenth, the antagonist in anime and manga series Black Cat
- Louis Creed, the protagonist of the Stephen King novel Pet Sematary
- Creed Bratton (character), a character from the U.S. television series The Office portrayed by the real-life Creed Bratton
- Victor Creed, a.k.a. Sabretooth in Marvel Comics
- Graydon Creed, Victor's son and a character in Marvel Comics
- Apollo Creed, a boxer who is a key supporting character in the first four films of the Rocky series
- Assassin's Creed, a video game
- Creed (film), an upcoming spinoff of the Rocky film series starring Michael B. Jordan and Sylvester Stallone.
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