- Colleen Atwood (born 1948), Costume designer for many films such as Silence of the Lambs, Edward Scissor Hands, Mars Attacks, Gattica and Ed Wood. She was nominated for Oscars 9 times for Best Costume Design and won for Chicago (2002), Memoirs of a Geisha (2006), and Alice in Wonderland (2011)
- Colleen (musician) (real name Cécile Schott, born 1976), electronic music composer
- Colleen Barrett (born 1944), president of Southwest Airlines in the US
- Colleen Camp (born 1953), American actress and film producer
- Colleen Clinkenbeard (born 1980), American voice actress and ADR director
- Colleen De Reuck (born 1964), South African long-distance runner
- Colleen Dewhurst (1924–1991), Canadian-born actress
- Colleen Dion-Scotti (born 1964), American actress
- Colleen Doran (born 1963), American cartoonist, graphic novelist, writer and illustrator
- Colleen Fitzpatrick, American pop music artist, dancer and actress, better known by her stage name Vitamin C
- Colleen Haskell (born 1976), American reality show contestant and actress
- Colleen Lanne (born 1979), American freestyle swimmer
- Colleen Lee (born 1980), Hong Kong pianist
- Colleen McCullough (born 1937), Australian author
- Colleen McEdwards, CNN news anchor
- Colleen Moore (1899–1988), American film actress from the silent film era
- Colleen Rosensteel (born 1967), American judoka
- Colleen Zenk Pinter (born 1954), American actress
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