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Talent can refer to:


  • Entertainment 1
  • People 2
  • Other uses 3


  • Billy Talent, a Canadian rock group from Toronto
  • A Celebrity, or group of them
    • Talent agent, a person who finds jobs for actors, musicians, models, and other people in various entertainment businesses
    • Talent manager (or personal manager), one who guides the career of artists in the entertainment business
    • Talent scout, responsible for finding and developing talent
    • Talent show, a live performance spectacle (sometimes on TV) where contestants perform acting, singing, dancing, acrobatics and other art forms
    • Tarento, the Japanese pronunciation of the word, a Japanese show-business personality
  • The Got Talent series of television shows, in several national versions
  • Talent (comics), a comic book series written by Christopher Golden and Tom Sngoski, drawn by Paul Azaceta
  • Talent (play), a 1978 play by Victoria Wood
  • The Talent Series of books by Zoey Dean
    • Talent, the first novel in that series
  • The Talents universe series or setting of Anne McCaffrey's science fiction, where Talents are members of the fictional psionic professions
  • Young Talent Time (1971-1989), an Australian television variety program on Network Ten


  • Jim Talent (born 1956), American politician, former Senator from Missouri

Other uses

  • Bombardier Talent, a type of multiple unit passenger train manufactured by Bombardier
  • Talent (artwork), a seminal work of art by David Robbins
  • Talent (measurement), an ancient unit of mass and value
  • Talent management - the recruitment and management of talented workers
  • Talent, Oregon, a city in Jackson County, Oregon, United States
  • Talent Zoo (or, a recruitment company and job search engine specializing in the communications industry, including the advertising, marketing, public relations, broadcasting, and publishing sectors
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