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Held may refer to:
Arts and media
- Al Held (1928–2005), U.S. abstract expressionist painter.
- Anna Held (1873–1918), Polish stage performer
- Candice Held (born 1973), Los Angeles based women's clothing designer
- Carl Held (born 1931), U.S. actor.
- John Held, Jr. (1889–1958), U.S. illustrator.
- Louis Held (1851–1927), German photojournalist
- Martin Held (1908–1992), German television and film actor
- S. S. Held, French science fiction and fantasy author
- Tom Held (1889-1962), American film editor
- Zeus B. Held (born 1950), German music producer and musician
Education and academia
- Heinrich Held (1868–1938), Minister-President of Bavaria
- Kurt Held (1897–1959), Jewish Communist and writer displaced from Germany during the Second World War
- Bud Held (born 1927), U.S. athlete who competed primarily in the javelin.
- Cornelis den Held (1883–1962), Dutch athlete who competed at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London
- Dan Held (born 1961), Canadian former professional ice hockey centre
- Franz Held (born 1948), German rower who competed in the 1968 and 1972 Summer Olympics
- Henk-Jan Held (born 1967), Dutch volleyball player
- Marcin Held (born 1992), Polish mixed martial artist
- Mel Held (born 1929), American professional baseball player
- Oliver Held (born 1972), German football player
- Paul Held (born 1928), former quarterback in the National Football League
- Sigfried Held (born 1942), German football player
- Woodie Held (1932–2009), Major league baseball player
- Ein wahrer Held, Op. 69, is an opera in three acts by Giselher Klebe
- "Held" (song), a 1998 song by Smog
- Held einer Nacht, a Czech-German comedy film directed by Martin Frič
- Held Glacier
- The Held group, a sporadic simple group found by Dieter Held
- Held Hostage, a Lifetime Movie starring Julie Benz that aired on July 19, 2009
- De Held, a 2016 Dutch film
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