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Brodsky ( Ukrainian: Бродський, Russian: Бродский) is a surname (derived from Brody, a town in Ukraine) and may refer to:

  • Adam Brodsky, Anti-folk singer
  • Adolf Davidovich Brodsky (1851–1929), violinist
  • Alexander Brodsky, contemporary architect and artist
  • Chuck Brodsky (born 1960), American musician
  • Craig Brodsky (born 1969), Cardiologist, physician
  • David Brodsky, video director
  • Gail Brodsky (born 1991), American tennis player
  • Isaac Brodsky (1884–1939), Soviet painter
  • Jascha Brodsky (1907–1997), Ukrainian-American violinist
  • Joel Brodsky (1939–2007), photographer
  • Joseph Brodsky (Iosif Aleksandrovich Brodsky; 1940–1996), Russian poet and Nobel Prize winner
  • Joseph Brodsky (lawyer), chief lawyer for the International Labor Defense
  • Judith Brodsky, World-renowned printmaker
  • Louis Daniel Brodsky (born 1941), American poet
  • Michael Brodsky (born 1948), American novelist and playwright
  • Mykhaylo Brodskyy, Ukrainian politician and businessman
  • Richard Brodsky (born 1946), Assemblyman in the New York State Assembly
  • Sol Brodsky (1923–1984), American comic book artist and head of production of Marvel Comics
  • Stephen Brodsky, lead singer and guitar player for alternative metal band Cave In
  • Vadim Brodsky, Ukrainian-Polish violinist
  • Vsevolod Brodskiy (1909–1981), Russian-Soviet painter and illustrator, Editor-in-Chief of Molodaya Gvardiya (Young Guard) - one of the oldest publishers in Russia, having been founded in 1922 during the Soviet era.
  • Vlastimil Brodský (1920–2002), a Czech actor
  • Tereza Brodská, a Czech actress
  • Marek Brodský, a Czech actor and singer