Théophile Bellando de Castro (1820–1903) was a Monegasque biographer, lyricist, and soldier for the Compagnie des Carabiniers du Prince. He is probably best known for his work writing the 1st edition lyrics for the "Hymne Monégasque," the national anthem of Monaco. The first time the "Hymne Monégasque" was publicly performed, was the fall of 1867, with music by fellow Monegasque Charles Albrecht. Bellando de Castro was awarded the Order of St. Charles in October 1954, by Prince Rainier III.
A road in Saint Michel, Monaco is named in honor of him.