Lebrun, LeBrun, or Le Brun is a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Rico (Frederico) Lebrun (December 10, 1900 – May 9, 1964) was an Italy-born, Italian-American painter and sculptor.
Danièle Lebrun (born 24 July 1937) is a French actress.
Florence Lebrun (born 24 March 1959) is a French yacht racer who competed in the 1988 Summer Olympics, in the 1992 Summer Olympics, and in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Françoise Lebrun is a French actress. She has appeared in many movies, and is especially known for her role as Veronika in The Mother and the Whore (1973, directed by Jean Eustache ). She also worked for, amongst others, Paul Vecchiali, Marguerite Duras and Lucas Belvaux, and is the subject of the documentary Françoise Lebrun, les voies singulières (2008). In a Variety review of the 2004 Vecchiali film A Vot' Bon Coeur, Lisa Nesselson called her "a supreme master of the sustained monologue."
Albert Ivan LeBrun (born December 1, 1940) is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player who played six games in the National Hockey League for the New York Rangers.
Pierre LeBrun (born April 11, 1972 in North Bay, Ontario) is a Canadian sportscaster and writer working for TSN, where he is a TSN Hockey Insider, and regularly appears on hockey-related broadcasts. He is also a senior NHL columnist for the American-based Internet outlet The Athletic , and has appeared as a regular panelist on Hockey Night in Canada . .
Claude R. LeBrun is an American mathematician and professor of mathematics at Stony Brook University. Much of his research concerns the Riemannian geometry of 4-manifolds, or related topics in complex and differential geometry.
Napoleon Eugene Charles Henry LeBrun (January 2, 1821 – July 9, 1901) was an American architect known for several notable Philadelphia churches, in particular St. Augustine's Church on Fourth Street and the Cathedral-Basilica of Sts. Peter and Paul on Logan Square. He also designed the Academy of Music at Broad and Locust Streets. LeBrun later moved to New York City, where he established the firm Napoleon LeBrun & Sons, which designed numerous notable buildings.
Lebrun Samuel Constantine (25 May 1874 in Maraval, Trinidad – 5 January 1942 at Tunapuna, Trinidad ) was a West Indian cricketer who toured England in 1900 and 1906 and was a regular member of the Trinidad team from 1893-94 to 1922-23. He was primarily a batsman. He often kept wicket but was also a useful occasional bowler. He was an overseer on a cocoa estate in Diego Martin.