Charlet is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
- Armand Charlet (1900–1975), French mountain climber and guide
- Blanche Charlet (1898–1985), British agent and French resistance fighter in World War II
- Étienne Charlet (1756–1795), French general of the French Revolutionary Wars
- Isabella Charlet-Straton (1838–1918), British mountain climber
- Nicolas Toussaint Charlet (1792–1845), French painter of military subjects
- René Charlet (1903–?), French bobsledder
Usage examples of "charlet".
For this crime of being an honest man they had guillotined Charlet, guillotined Cuisinier, guillotined Cirasse.
The Syrian hostess has more grace than Mother Saguet, but, if Virgil haunted the Roman wine-shop, David d'Angers, Balzac and Charlet have sat at the tables of Parisian taverns.
The Syrian hostess has more grace than Mother Saguet, but, if Virgil haunted the Roman wine-shop, David d'Angers, Balzac, and Charlet have sat down in the drinking-places of Paris.