Hector Savinien de Cyrano de Bergerac (b. Savinien de Cyrano, 1619-1655) was a French dramatist, best remembered from fictional accounts of his life story (the most famous being a play by Edmond Rostand), and is known more commonly as Cyrano de Bergerac. Cyrano de Bergerac, however, is a fictional character. One of the few common traits between the fictional Bergerac and his flesh and blood inspiration is that both have a large nose.
- Cyrano was spoofed on Sesame Street with the character Cyranose de Bergerac, who made a few appearances, including an episode of Monsterpiece Theater.
- In episode 105 of Muppets Tonight, Rizzo tries to coach Bobo, Cyrano de Bergerac-style, through his crush on Cindy Crawford.
- In an episode of the French version of Fraggle Rock, Doc is rehearsing for his upcoming stage performance as a swashbuckling Cyrano de Bergerac.
- When Kermit the Frog appeared as a guest programmer for Turner Classic Movies in 2007, he chose to show the 1950 film adaptation, starring José Ferrer.