Saul Origin and Meaning
Saul is a character in a John Dryden poem, and heard in the Handel oratorio, "Saul."
Some other Sauls of note: Saul Steinberg, known for his iconic New Yorker covers, and graphic artist/movie credit designer Saul Bass. The birth name of Guns n Roses's Slash is Saul Hudson. On recent TV, there have been Sauls on Breaking Bad and Homeland.
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Famous People Named Saul
- Saul of Tarsusbirth name of Saint Paul the Apostle
- SaulBiblical first king of Israel
- Saul Stacey WilliamsAmerican poet and rapper
- Saul BassAmerican filmmaker
- Saul Aaron KripkeAmerican philosopher
- Saul RubinekCanadian actor, playwright, musician
- Saul Bellow (born Solomon Bellows)American novelist; winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature
- Saul PerlmutterAmerican astrophysicist; winner of the Nobel Prize in Physics
- Saul ZaentzAmerican film producer
- Saul David AlinskyAmerican community organizer
- Saul Hudson aka SlashBritish,American guitarist of band Guns 'n' Roses
- Saul ChaplinAmerican composer
- Saul LeiterAmerican photographer
Saul in Pop Culture
- Saul Goodmancharacter on TV's "Breaking Bad" and main character on TV's "Better Call Saul"
- Saul Berensoncharacter on TV's "Homeland"
- Saul Silvercharacter in film "Pineapple Express"
- Saul aka Garbhahsien, character in Marvel's X,Force Comics
- Saul Bennettcharacter in the Australian soap opera Home and Away
- Saul Karathcharacter in video game Knights of the Old Republic
- Saul Malonecharacter on TV's Saul of the Mole Men
- Saul Tighcharacter on TV's Battlestar Galactica