Fictional Characters With The Surname
- Arthur Mallory is a fictional character played by Raymond Burr in an NBC program development project about a lawyer with a tarnished reputation which aired 8 February 1976 on NBC Mystery Movie
- Brian Mallory is a fictional Irish-born chauffeur, played by Paul Ryan Rudd in the 1975 CBS television series, Beacon Hill
- Capt. Keith Mallory is a fictional World War II mountaineer-turned-commando from New Zealand in Alistair MacLean's 1957 novel, The Guns of Navarone and portrayed by Gregory Peck in Columbia Pictures' 1961 motion picture
- Doctor Fred Mallory is a fictional character played by Edwin Stanley in the 1939 serial, The Phantom Creeps
- Edward "Leviathan" Mallory, a fictional paleontologist and explorer from The Difference Engine by William Gibson and Bruce Sterling
- Justin Mallory is described as a 12-year-old epileptic in an e-mail forwarding hoax claiming to raise funds for his medical care which was first circulated in 1999
- Katie Mallory is a fictional character played by Marsha Hunt in the 1943 film, Lost Angel
- Kathleen "Kathy" Mallory is a fictional New York City police detective featured in nine dark mystery novels by author Carol O'Connell
- Kyler Mallory, fictional London stock broker played by Alycia Delmore in Her Interactive video game, Nancy Drew: The Haunting of Castle Malloy
- Lieutenant Colonel Greg D. Mallory is a fictional character in The Boys, an American creator-owned comic book series written by Garth Ennis and illustrated by Darick Robertson
- Lou Mallory is a fictional innkeeper portrayed by Patricia Blair in several episodes of the Western television series, The Rifleman on ABC in 1962 and 1963
- Madame Mallory, a fictional French chef and proprietor of Le Saule Pleureur in the 2010 novel, The Hundred-Foot Journey by Richard C. Morais
- Maree Mallory and Nick Mallory are fictional characters in Diana Wynne Jones' novels Deep Secret and The Merlin Conspiracy
- Officer Edgar Mallory is the fictional cartoon policeman on the Parker Brothers board game, Monopoly
- Quinn Mallory and Colin Mallory are fictional characters in the FOX Network television series, Sliders
- Steven Mallory is a fictional young sculptor who is hired by and becomes a close friend of Architect Howard Roark in Ayn Rand's 1943 novel, The Fountainhead
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