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People named Guido
- Guido of Acqui (c. 1004–1070), bishop of Acqui
- Guido of Cortona (c. 1190–1250), saint and founder of a convent in Cortona (Tuscany) who joined Franciscan friars in 1211
- Guido of Arezzo (991/992–after 1033), (also Guido Aretinus, Guido da Arezzo, Guido Monaco, or Guido D'Arezzo), music theorist
- Guido Cagnacci (1601–1663), Italian painter
- Guido Calabresi (b. 1932), American judge and former Dean of Yale Law School
- Guido Cavalcanti (c. 1250/1259–1300), Italian (Florentine) poet and friend of Dante
- Guido Calza (1888–1946) Italian archaeologist
- Guido de Bres (1522–1567) pastor, theologian, author of Belgic Confession
- Guido delle Colonne (early 13th century), Italian writer and contemporary of Dante
- Guido Deiro (1886–1950), a vaudeville piano-accordionist
- Guido Grandi (1671–1742), Italian priest and professor of mathematics
- Guido Guerrini, (b. 1976), Italian rally driver
- Guido Mantega (b. 1949), Finance Minister of Brazil
- Guido Martino (1895–1922), Italian fascist
- Guido de Marco (1931–2010), Maltese politician, who served as the sixth President of Malta from 1999 to 2004
- Guido Marini (b. 1965), Roman Catholic priest, current Master of Pontifical Liturgical Celebrations
- Guido I da Montefeltro (1223–1298), advisor to Pope Boniface VIII
- Guido of Pisa (d. 1169), Italian geographer
- Guido Quaroni (b. 1970), computer modeller and animation scientist at Pixar Animation Studios
- Guido Reni (1575–1642), Italian painter
- Guido Stampacchia (1922–1978), Italian mathematician
- Guido van Rossum (b. 1956), creator of the Python programming language
- Guido Westerwelle (b. 1961), Foreign Minister and Vice-Chancellor of Germany
- Guy of Anderlecht (c. 950–1012), Belgian saint
- Guy Fawkes (later Guido Fawkes) (1570–1606), English Catholic who attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament in the Gunpowder Plot
- Paul Staines (b. 1967), a British political blogger going by the name "Guido Fawkes" after the above
- Guido Francisco (b. 1986), an Italian-American from the Boston, MA area. Famous for "Guido Fransisco's Hand Cut Vegetables", a popular brand of prepared, grilled, jarred vegetables. Also, a producer for the famous "Boston Sports Review" radio show on UnRegular Radio. Underboss of the Findlen Crime Family
- José María Guido (1910–1975), president of Argentina between 1962 and 1963.
- Guido Anselmi, film director played by Marcello Mastroianni in Federico Fellini's 8 1/2
- Father Guido Sarducci, fictional character portrayed by American comedian Don Novello
- Guido Hatzis, comic character created by Australian comedians Moclair and Schiller
- Guido Carosella a.k.a. Strong Guy, a fictional mutant from the Marvel Comics universe
- Guido, character from Pixar's 2006 animated film Cars and Pixar's 2011 animated film Cars 2
- Guido, a Microraptor gui character who appears in The Land Before Time XII: The Great Day of the Flyers and the TV episode "The Hermit of Black Rock"
- Guido, a character in the Myth Adventures series created by Robert Asprin
- Prince Guido (Russ.: Gvidon), character from The Tale of Tsar Saltan by Alexander Pushkin
- Guido il Cortese, the protagonist in Mary Shelley's short story "Transformation"
- Guido, the killer pimp in Risky Business portrayed by Joe Pantoliano
- Guido Anchovy, a main character from the animated cartoon series Samurai Pizza Cats.
- Mike Campbell. "Behind the Name". Behind the Name. Retrieved 2011-10-19.
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