- Dietrich von Bern, hero of Germanic legend based on Theodoric the Great
- Colonel Dietrich, Nazi colonel in Raiders of the Lost Ark
- Hauptmann Hans Dietrich, a German captain, the main antagonist of the television series The Rat Patrol
- "Dietrich", mythical driver of the 2003 Ferrari Enzo, in reality crashed by owner Stefan Eriksson
- "Dietrich", Nazi leader from computer game Prisoner of Ice
- Dietrich von Lohengrin, a character from the anime and manga Trinity Blood
- Dietrich Schneizer, a character from the Nintendo DS game Infinite Space
- "Dietrich" was the surname of a marine (female) in Aliens who proceeds to be captured in the unit's first encounter with the hive.
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