- Hus family, an 18th century French dynasty of ballet dancers and actors
- Jan Hus (c. 1360-1415), Czech Catholic priest, philosopher, reformer, and master at Charles University in Prague; burned at the stake for heresy
- Charles Hus, dit Millet (1738–1802), political figure in Lower Canada
- Eugène Hus (1758–1823), born Pierre-Louis Stapleton, Franco-Belgian ballet dancer and choreographer
- Jean-Baptiste Hus (1736–1805), French ballet dancer and ballet master
- Krzysztof Hus (born 1990), Polish footballer
- Tim Hus, Canadian country-folk singer
- Walter Hus (born 1959), Belgian composer and musician
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