Namesakes

French Presidents and Prime Ministers: 1 prime minister
(prime minister) Manuel Valls (a.k.a. Carlos)   2014-2016  
Grammy Award Winners: 1 record of the year/album of the year
(record of the year/album of the year) Carlos Santana   2000   Smooth; Supernatural  
Nobel Prize Winners: 2 peace
(peace) Carlos Saavedra Lamas   1936  
(peace) Carlos Filipe Ximenes Belo   1996  
Notable Actors and Actresses: 1 actor
Charles Stevens (a.k.a. Carlos)   1893-1964  
Notable Athletes: 18 soccer, 1 basketball, 1 driving, 1 rugby
(soccer) Carlos Alberto Parreira   1943-  
(soccer) Carlos Alberto Torres   1944-  
(soccer) Carlos Valderrama   1961-  
(soccer) Roberto Carlos   1973-  
(soccer) Carlos Salcido   1980-  
(basketball) Juan Carlos Navarro   1980-  
(soccer) Idriss Carlos Kameni   1984-  
(soccer) Carlos Valdés   1985-  
(rugby) Carlos Arboleya   1985-  
(soccer) Carlos Sánchez Moreno   1986-  
(soccer) Carlos Bacca   1986-  
(soccer) Nani (a.k.a. Carlos)   1986-  
(soccer) Carlos Carmona   1987-  
(soccer) Juan Carlos Paredes   1987-  
(soccer) Carlos Quintero   1987-  
(soccer) Juan Carlos García   1988-  
(soccer) Luís Neto (a.k.a. Carlos)   1988-  
(soccer) Carlos Peña   1990-  
(soccer) Carlos Carbonero   1990-  
(driving) Carlos Sainz, Jr.   1994-  
(soccer) Carlos Gruezo   1995-  
Notable Businesspeople: 1 businessperson
Carlos Slim   1940-  
Notable Musicians: 4 singers, 2 musicians
Roberto Carlos   1941-     
Carlos Santana   1947-     
Carlos Vives   1961-   Latin pop  
Tego Calderón (a.k.a. Carlos)   1972-   hip hop, reggaeton  
Farruko (a.k.a. Carlos)   1991-   reggaeton  
Ozuna (a.k.a. Carlos)   1992-   Latin trap, reggaeton  
Olympic Medalists: 9 bronze, 6 gold, 5 silver, 1 bronze/gold, 1 gold/bronze, 1 silver/gold
(gold) Juan Carlos Zabala   1932   marathon  
(bronze) Carlos Borja   1936   basketball  
(bronze) Carlos Roselló   1952   basketball  
(bronze) Carlos González   1956   basketball  
(bronze) Carlos Blixen   1956   basketball  
(bronze) Carlos Domingos Massoni   1960; 1964   basketball  
(bronze) Juan Domecq Fortuondo (a.k.a. Carlos)   1972   basketball  
(silver/gold) Carlos Lopes   1976; 1984   10000 m; marathon  
(silver) Carlos Girón   1980   diving - springboard  
(bronze) João Carlos de Oliveira   1976; 1980   triple jump  
(silver) Carlos Mercenario Carbajal   1992   50 km walk  
(gold) Juan Carlos Holgado Romero   1992   archery - team  
(gold) Juan Carlos Perez   1992   baseball  
(gold) Carles Sans (a.k.a. Carlos)   1996   water polo  
(bronze) Carlos Jayme   2000   swimming - 4x100 m freestyle relay  
(gold) Carlos Tabares   2004   baseball  
(silver) Carlos Jiménez   2008   basketball  
(silver) Juan Carlos Navarro   2008; 2012   basketball  
(bronze/gold) Carlos Boozer   2004; 2008   basketball  
(gold/bronze) Carlos Delfino   2004; 2008   basketball  
(gold) Carlos Salcido   2012   football  
(bronze) Carlos Oquendo   2012   cycling - BMX  
(silver) Nijel Amos (a.k.a. Carlos)   2012   800 m  
Other Leaders: 3 presidents
President Carlos Prío Socarrás   1948-1952   Cuba  
President Carlos Luz   1955   Brazil  
President Carlos P. Garcia   1957-1961   Philippines  
Other Royalty: 1 prince
Carlos of Bourbon-Parma   1996-   Netherlands  
Portuguese Kings and Queens: 1 king
King Carlos   1889-1908  
Portuguese Presidents and Prime Ministers: 3 prime ministers
(prime minister) João Carlos de Saldanha Oliveira e Daun   1835; 1846-1849; 1851-1856; 1870  
(prime minister) Carlos Maia Pinto   1921  
(prime minister) Carlos Mota Pinto   1978-1979  
Saints: 3 blessed
Blessed Carlos Espinola   1564-1622  
Blessed Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Santiago   1918-1963  
Blessed Carlos Erana Guruceta   ?-1936  
Spanish Kings and Queens: 5 kings
King Carlos I   1516-1556  
King Carlos II the Bewitched   1665-1700  
King Carlos III   1759-1788  
King Carlos IV   1788-1808  
King Juan Carlos I   1975-2014  
Spanish Prime Ministers: 1 prime minister
Carlos Arias Navarro   1973-1976