Vidal (, ) is the surname of English and Spanish origin. It may refer to:

  • Alejo Vidal-Quadras Roca, a Spanish member of the European Parliament, and a radiation physicist
  • Alexander Thomas Emeric Vidal, British admiral and surveyor
  • Alexander Vidal, Canadian politician
  • Angela Vidal, character in Quarantine
  • Arturo Vidal, Chilean football (soccer) player
  • Ava Vidal, British comedian
  • Christina Vidal, American film and television actress
  • Corey Vidal, Canadian internet video maker
  • David Vidal, Spanish football manager
  • Don José Vidal, secretary to Governor Manuel Gayoso
  • Francisco Vidal (Chilean politician), a Chilean politician
  • Francisco Vidal Gormaz, Chilean explorer and navy officer
  • Gore Vidal, American writer and film actor/personality
  • Héctor Vidal Martínez, Paragayan football (soccer) midfielder
  • Henri Vidal, French film actor
  • Janice Vidal, singer from Hong Kong, English Chinese
  • Javan Vidal, English footballer
  • Jean Baptiste Emile Vidal, French dermatologist
  • Jill Vidal, singer from Hong Kong, younger twin sister of Janice Vidal
  • José Vidal, Dominican Republic baseball player
  • Juan Sánchez Vidal, model aircraft enthusiast
  • Laurent Vidal, a professional triathlete
  • Lisa Vidal, Puerto Rican-American actress
  • Lucas Vidal, Spanish composer
  • Mey Vidal, Cuban musician
  • Nacho Vidal, Spanish porn actor
  • Paul Vidal, French musician
  • Paul Vidal de la Blache, French geographer
  • Rafael Vidal, swimmer and sports commentator
  • Ricardo Jamin Cardinal Vidal, priest and archbishop
  • Sebastián Vidal y Soler, botanist and forester
  • Robert Vidal (1853–1914), English footballer
  • Tanya Vidal, Puerto Rican-American actress and director
  • Vidal Sassoon, hairdresser and businessman

Vidal may also refer to:

  • Vidal, California, small town in the United States
  • Vidal Blanc, a white wine grape
  • Humberto Vidal Explosion, a 1996 disaster in Puerto Rico
  • Vidal confectionery, A Spanish manufacturer of gummy confectionery
  • Parque Vidal, oldest park in Santa Clara, Cuba.

Other articles related to "vidal":

Cowboy (1958 Film) - Plot
... hotel guest and Mexican cattle baron Señor Vidal (Donald Randolph) ... When Señor Vidal finds out, he orders Harris to stay away ... He makes a deal for Vidal's herd in Mexico ...
Corey Vidal
... Corey Vidal (born December 7, 1986) is a Canadian online video content producer and digital media consultant ... In December 2007, Vidal was one of the first Canadians to join the YouTube Partnership Program ... Vidal has over 200,000 subscribers ...
Alexander Thomas Emeric Vidal - Hunt For Aitkin's Rock
... In the summer of 1830, the Admiralty placed Vidal in command of HMS Onyx and HMS Leveret and ordered him to investigate ... Beaufort worked out a rough position for the rock and Vidal set out to investigate ... of the rock, he discovered and charted Vidal bank, and the next year became the first to accurately chart and describe Rockall ...
Marcos Vidal - Biography
... Although born in Germany, Vidal has lived most of his life in Spain ... In 1990, at the age of 23, Marcos Vidal released his first studio album entitled "Buscadme y Viviréis" ... This international recognition allowed Vidal to begin working with Sparrow Records, making Marcos Vidal the first Spanish Christian singer signed to an American ...
Corey Vidal - YouTube Career
... Vidal began on YouTube in mid-2006 by posting hip hop dance videos inspired by American dance reality television show So You Think You Can Dance ... Following his How To Dance series, Vidal branched into other types of videos ... In May 2009, Vidal released a 33-part interactive choose-your-own-adventure-style video as part of a collaboration with Blendtec, the company behind Will It Blend? ...

Famous quotes containing the word vidal:

    Now the long-feared Asiatic colossus takes its turn as world leader, and we—the white race—have become the yellow man’s burden. Let us hope that he will treat us more kindly than we treated him.
    —Gore Vidal (b. 1925)

    It is marvelous indeed to watch on television the rings of Saturn close; and to speculate on what we may yet find at galaxy’s edge. But in the process, we have lost the human element; not to mention the high hope of those quaint days when flight would create “one world.” Instead of one world, we have “star wars,” and a future in which dumb dented human toys will drift mindlessly about the cosmos long after our small planet’s dead.
    —Gore Vidal (b. 1925)

    Writing fiction has become a priestly business in countries that have lost their faith.
    —Gore Vidal (b. 1925)