Vargas (surname)

Vargas (surname)

Vargas is a Spanish surname, and may refer to the following:

Actors and TV personalities

* Elizabeth Vargas, ABC News anchor
* Jacob Vargas, Mexican-American actor
* Sibila Vargas, CNN reporter
* Vic Vargas, Filipino, film actor.

Musicians, writers and artists

* Alberto Vargas, Peruvian painter
* Álvaro Vargas Llosa, Peruvian writer, son of Mario Vargas Llosa
* Andrés de Vargas, Spanish painter
* Chavela Vargas, Costa Rican singer
* Fred Vargas, French writer
* Glenys Vargas, New York City Jazz Singer
* Mario Vargas Llosa, Peruvian writer
* Pedro Vargas, Mexican singer
* Wilfrido Vargas, Dominican musician


* Diego de Vargas, Spanish Governor of New Spain (New Mexico)
* Germán Vargas, Colombia politician
* Getulio Vargas, Brazilian president
* José Augusto Vargas, Peruvian congressman
* José María Vargas, Venezuelan president
* Juan Vargas, United States politician
* Virgilio Barco Vargas, Colombian president


* Annerys Vargas, Dominican Republic volleyball player
* Claudio David Vargas Villalba, Paraguayan football (soccer) player
* Claudio Vargas, New York Mets pitcher
* Eleucadia Vargas, Dominican Republic judoka
* Fernando Vargas, boxer
* Gonzalo Vargas, Uruguayan football (soccer) player
* Gregorio Vargas, Mexican boxer
* Jason Vargas, New York Mets pitcher
* Juan Manuel Vargas, Peruvian football (soccer) player
* Rodrigo Vargas, Chilean-Australian football (soccer) player
* Tetelo Vargas, Dominican Republic baseball player

ee also

*Vargas (disambiguation)

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