Castillo (surname)

Castillo (surname)

Castillo is a surname, from a Spanish word that means "castle", and may refer to:

Persons

*Abelardo Castillo (contemporary), Argentine writer and editor
*Alberto Castillo (1914–2002), Argentine tango singer and actor
*Alberto Castillo (born 1970), Dominican professional baseball player
*Alberto Castillo (born 1975), Cuban professional baseball player
*Alonso de Castillo Solórzano (1584–1647), Spanish novelist and playwright
*Ana Castillo (born 1953) American novelist, poet, short story writer, and essayist
*Antonio Cánovas del Castillo (1828–1897), Spanish politician and historian; assassinated
*Bernal Díaz del Castillo (1492–1581), Spanish conquistador
*Braulio Castillo (born 1933), Puerto Rican telenovela actor
*Braulio Castillo (born 1968), Dominican professional baseball player
*Braulio Castillo, hijo (born 1964), Puerto Rican actor
*Brenda Castillo (born 1992), Dominican Republic volleyball player
*Brian Castillo (born 1968), American musician, producer, and photographer
*Carlos Castillo Armas (1914–1957), President of Guatemala 1954–1957; assassinated
*Cesar Ivan Castilo (born 1967) Banker, Cigar Connoisseur
*Daniela Castillo (born 1982), Chilean pop singer and actress
*Demetrio Castillo Duany (born 1856, date of death unknown), Cuban revolutionary, soldier, and politician
*Edgar Eduardo Castillo (born 1986), American playing football for Mexico
*Eliseo Castillo (born 1975), Cuban professional boxer
*Eliecer Castillo (born 1970), Cuban professional boxer
*Emilio Castillo (contemporary), American saxophone player and composer
*Eugene F. Castillo (contemporary), Filipino-American orchestra conductor
*Flor Castillo (contemporary), Peruvian actress
*Francisco Castillo Fajardo, Marquis of Villadarias (1642–1716), Spanish military general
*Frank Castillo (born 1969), American professional baseball player
*Gil Castillo (born 1965), American martial arts fighter
*Hector Castillo (contemporary), American physician and politician
*Heberto Castillo (1928–1997), Mexican civil engineer and political activist
*Irán Castillo (born 1977), Mexican actress
*Jessie Castillo (born 1956), mayor of Bacoor, province of Cavite, Philippines
*Jesus “Chucho” Castillo (born 1944), Mexican professional boxer
*Jesus Castillo, Jr. (contemporary), professional wrestler
*Joey Castillo (born 1966), American rock drummer
*Jorge Castillo (born 1933), Spanish-Argentine painter and sculptor
*Jorge Castillo (contemporary), Cuban-American chef and television personality
*Jorge Del Castillo (born 1950),Peruvian lawyer and politician, Prime Minister of Peru
*José Castillo (1901–1936), Spanish Police Assault Guard lieutenant during the Second Spanish Republic
*José Castillo (born 1982), Venezuelan professional baseball player
*José del Castillo (1737–1793), Spanish painter in the Absolutism movement
*José Luis Castillo (born 1973), Mexican professional boxer
*Juan Castillo (born 1970), Venezuelan professional baseball player
*Juan Guillermo Castillo, Uruguayan football (soccer) player
*Juan Ignacio González del Castillo (1763–1800), Spanish author of comic theater
*JT Castillo (contemporary), American dance music producer and DJ
*Kate del Castillo (born 1972), Mexican actress
*Liset Castillo (born 1973), Cuban basketball player
*Luis Castillo (born 1975), Dominican professional baseball player
*Luis Castillo (born 1983), American professional football player
*Manny Castillo (born 1957), Dominican baseball player
*Marcela Guerra Castillo (contemporary), served in the Chamber of Deputies 2003–2006
*Marino Vinicio “Vincho” Castillo (contemporary), Dominican lawyer and politician
*Martín Castillo (born 1977), Mexican champion professional boxer
*Marty Castillo (born 1957), American professional baseball player
*Mary Castillo (born 1974), American author
*Miguel Santín del Castillo (19th century), President of El Salvador 1858–1860
*Nery Castillo (born 1984), Mexican professional football player
*Oscar Castillo (born 1954), Argentine politician, former governor of Catamarca Province
*Otto René Castillo (1936–1967), Guatemalan poet and revolutionary
*Pilar del Castillo Vera (born 1952), Spanish politician, Member of the European Parliament
*Rafael Castillo (contemporary), American writer, editor, and professor
*Rainier Castillo (born 1985), Filipino actor
*Ramiro Castillo (1966–1997), Bolivian professional football player
*Ramón Castillo (1873–1944), President of Argentina 1942–1943
*Randy Castillo (1950–2002), American rock drummer
*Roberto Castillo (born 1957), Chilean-American author and professor
*Rosalio José Castillo Lara (born 1922), Venezuelan archbishop and cardinal; Vatican official
*Ruben Castillo (born 1957), American professional boxer
*Sandra M. Castillo (born 1962), Cuban-American poet
*Segundo Castillo (born 1982), Ecuadoran professional football player
*Sergio Badilla Castillo (born 1947), Chilean poet
*Susie Castillo (born 1980), American beauty queen, Miss USA 2003
*Tony Castillo (born 1963), Venezuelan professional baseball player
*Valdemar Castillo (born 1946), Belizean politician

Fictional characters

*Eden and Cruz Castillo, couple on the American soap opera Santa Barbara
*Richard Castillo, "Star Trek" character
*Zoë Castillo, character from the computer game "Dreamfall: The Longest Journey"
*Lt. Martin Castillo, from Miami Vice.
*Jimena Castillo, from Daughters of the Moon (book series)


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