• 50 Cent - rapper (Curtis James Jackson)
  • Aaron, Hank - baseball player, 2nd all-time career HRs.
  • Abdul, Paula - pop singer/choreographer
  • Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem - basketball player
  • Achilles - mythological Greek hero from The Iliad
  • Aesop - 6th century BCE author of fables
  • Aiken, Clay - pop singer, former American Idol runner-up
  • Aladdin - boy with magic lamp (1001 Arabian nights)
  • Albert, Fat - cartoon character voiced by Bill Cosby
  • Ali, Muhammad - boxer, former heavy weight champ
  • Amidala, Queen Padme - character, Star Wars saga, Luke's mother
  • Angel, Criss - magician, escape artist
  • Angelou, Maya - Americ
  • Antoinette, Marie - French queen, late 18th Century
  • Aphrodite - Greek goddess of love
  • Appleseed, Johnny - American folk hero
  • Aquaman - comic book super hero
  • Arc, Joan of - French heroine burned at the stake
  • Armani, Giorgio - Italian fashion designer
  • Armstrong, Louis - jazz musician (trumpet)
  • Armstrong, Neil - astronaut; 1st man on the moon
  • Armstrong, Stretch - gel-filled action figure
  • Arnold, Benedict - revolutionary general and traitor
  • Aslan - lion character in Chronicles of Narnia
  • Assisi, Saint Francis of - Catholic Saint, loved animals
  • Atlas - mythological Greek Titan; held sky on his shoulders
  • Austin, Stone Cold Steve - celebrity professional wrestleran poet
  • Avalon, Frankie - mid 20th-century pop singer with famed falsetto
  • Aykroyd, Dan - actor/comedian (Saturday Night Live)
  • Azaria, Hank - actor (The Simpsons)

  • Baba, Ali - found treasure cave (1001 Arabian Nights)
  • Babar - French children's books fictional elephant
  • Bacchus - Roman god of wine/insanity
  • Bacon, Roger - English empirical philosopher
  • Baelish, Petyr 'Littlefinger' - Devious Master of Coin, Game of Thrones
  • Baggins, Bilbo - small ring finding humanoid (The Hobbit)
  • Balboa, Rocky - boxer (Rocky)
  • Baldwin, Alec - Actor/producer
  • Bale, Christian - British actor (Batman Begins)
  • Bandito, Frito - animated advertising shill
  • Banner, Dr. Bruce - turns into the incredible Hulk superhero
  • Banks, Tyra - model/actress
  • Barbie - Mattel toy doll icon
  • Barkley, Charles - sports TV host/former NBA player
  • Barnum, P. T. - Barnum & Bailey circus
  • Bass, Lance - pop singer ('N Sync)
  • Batali, Mario - American chef/restaurateur
  • Bates, Kathy - actress, 'Misery', 'Titanic'
  • Bates, Norman - Bates motel owner (Psycho)
  • Batman - comic book superhero
  • Bean, Mr. - British comedic character (Rowan Atkinson)
  • Bear, Smokey the - animated fire-fighting spokesbear
  • Bear, Yogi - bear, "smarter than the average"
  • Beavis - animated MTV character
  • Beckham, David - British soccer player (LA Galaxy)
  • Beethoven, Ludwig van - classical composer
  • Belcher, Tina - awkward teen daughter on TV's Bob's Burgers
  • Belichick, Bill - NFL head coach (New England)
  • Bell, Alexander Graham - inventor of telephone
  • Bell, Drake - actor/singer/musician (guitar)
  • Benz, Karl - automobile engineer
  • Berra, Yogi - baseball coach/ former catcher
  • Berry, Halle - actress (Monster's Ball)
  • Bieber, Justin - Pop singer, songwriter, 'Baby', 'Sorry'
  • Bigfoot - mountain monster; Sasquatch
  • bin Laden, Osama - ex-leader of Al-Qaida terrorist organization
  • Bird, Big - children's TV character (Sesame Street)
  • Birdseye, Clarence - frozen foods mogul
  • Bismarck, Otto von - Germany's "Iron Chancellor"
  • Black, Jack - actor/comedian (School of Rock)
  • Blackbeard - legendary pirate, Edward Teach
  • Blaine, David - street magician
  • Bligh, Captain - captain of HMS Bounty
  • Blitzen - Santa's 8th reindeer
  • Blondie - comic strip, Dagwood Bumstead's wife
  • Bloom, Orlando - British actor (Lord of the Rings)
  • Blunt, Emily - actress, 'Girl on the Train', 'The Devil wears Prada'
  • Bogart, Humphrey - actor (Casablanca)
  • Bon Jovi, Jon - 80's and 90's rock singer
  • Bonaparte, Napoleon - French leader
  • Bond, James - suave superspy
  • Boop, Betty - 1930's animated cartoon girl
  • Booth, John Wilkes - assassinated Lincoln
  • Bo-Peep, Little - nursery rhyme shepherdess
  • Borden, Lizzie - allegedly killed parents with axe
  • Borgia, Lucrezia - renaissance Italian Lady; rumored poisoner
  • Bourdain, Anthony - American author & chef
  • Bowie, Jim - died at the Alamo; famous for his knife
  • Boy, Beast - green, shape changing member of Teen Titans
  • Boyardee, Chef - spokesperson for canned pasta
  • Brady, Matthew - Civil War photographer
  • Brady, Tom - NFL quarterback (New England)
  • Brady, Wayne - comedian/TV personality
  • Brady, Marcia - 70's TV character (The Brady Bunch)
  • Braun, Eva - Hitler's mistress and short-lived wife
  • Bravo, Johnny - cartoon character
  • Brown, Dan - author (The Davinci Code)
  • Brown, Charlie - Star kid of Peanuts comics
  • Bryant, Kobe - NBA player (LA Lakers)
  • Bucket, Charlie - title character, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  • Buddha - Ancient Indian philosopher; Siddhartha Gautama
  • Bueller, Ferris - 80's film truant
  • Buffett, Jimmy - musician (Margaritaville)
  • Bull, Sitting - chief, Dakota Sioux
  • Bumstead, Dagwood - comic strip husband of Blondie
  • Bunny, Bugs - cartoon rabbit
  • Bunyan, Paul - fictional folk hero lumberjack
  • Burns, Montgomery - Fictional Springfield billionaire (The Simpsons)
  • Burr, Aaron - US vice pres.; killed A. Hamilton in duel
  • Butterworth, Mrs. - maple syrup spokesbottle
  • Butthead - animated MTV slacker

  • Caesar, Julius - Roman emperor
  • Cagney, James - actor (Yankee Doodle Dandy)
  • Calder, Alexander - mobile artist and inventor
  • Caligula - Tyrannical Roman Emperor (37-41 AD)
  • Campbell, Naomi - model/actress
  • Capone, Al - 1920's Chicago gangster
  • Captain Ahab - peg-legged Pequod captain (Moby Dick)
  • Captain Canuck - Canadian comic super hero
  • Captain Citrus - Official superhero of Florida
  • Captain Crunch - cereal spokessailor
  • Captain Morgan - Caribbean buccaneer
  • Capulet, Juliet - Shakespearean heroine (Romeo & Juliet)
  • Carell, Steve - actor/comedian (The Office)
  • Carey, Mariah - pop singer
  • Carnegie, Andrew - steel baron; philanthropist
  • Carrot Top - comedian known for his mop of curly red hair
  • Carver, George Washington - peanut scientist
  • Casanova - Venetian adventurer and libertine
  • Cash, Johnny - country singer (I Walk The Line)
  • Cat, Cheshire - Fictional feline smiler (Alice in Wonderland)
  • Cat in The Hat - Dr. Seuss' title feline
  • Catwoman - villain, Batman's female foil
  • Cerberus - three-headed Hades guard-dog
  • Chamberlain, Wilt - record holding former NBA player
  • Chance the Rapper - rapper, singer, producer, 'No Problem'
  • Chanel, Coco - perfume magnate
  • Chaplin, Charlie - silent film actor
  • Charlemagne - Holy Roman Emperor of the West
  • Charles, Ray - blind R&B singer/pianist
  • Cheadle, Don - actor (Crash)
  • Checker, Chubby - singer (The Twist)
  • Cheese, Chuck E. - mascot for kids' pizza chain
  • Chef, The Swedish - Muppet Show regular
  • Chestnut, Joey - American competitive eater
  • Chewbacca - Star Wars Wookie
  • Chocula, Count - Cereal spokes vampire
  • Christo - environmental artist, usually on grand scale
  • Churchill, Winston - British prime minister (WWII)
  • Cinderella - fairy tale girl with pumpkin coach
  • Clarkson, Kelly - Singer, first American Idol winner
  • Claus, Santa - Kris Kringle, Father Christmas, Pere Noel
  • Clean, Mr. - bald cleaning product spokescharacter
  • Cleaver, Beaver - 50's TV character (Leave it to Beaver)
  • Cleopatra - Egyptian queen
  • Clifford, The Big Red Dog - Children's book character
  • Cobain, Kurt - Nirvana front man; deceased
  • Cobblepot, Oswald 'The Penguin' - Batman Villain
  • Cody, Buffalo Bill - showman of Wild West Show
  • Colbert, Stephen - comedian/writer/actor
  • Cole, Old King - merry old soul from nursery rhyme
  • Colonel Mustard - board game suspect (Clue)
  • Colt, Samuel - Gun inventor and industrialist
  • Comanche - Horse; sole survivor, "Custer's Last Stand"
  • Combs, Sean 'Puffy' - rapper
  • Confucius - Chinese philosopher
  • Cook, Captain James - British navigator and explorer
  • Coolio - rapper
  • Cooper, James Fenimore - author (Last of the Mohicans)
  • Cooper, Anderson - journalist/author/TV personality
  • Cooper, D.B. - Hijacker jumped from plane, never found
  • Copernicus, (Nicolaus) - astronomer
  • Corleone, Sonny - film mob family member (The Godfather)
  • Cornwallis, General Charles - Surrendered British army at Yorktown
  • Costner, Kevin - actor/director (Dances With Wolves)
  • The Count of Monte Cristo - Swashbuckling hero of Dumas novel
  • Cousin Itt - hairy TV character (The Addams Family)
  • Coyote, Wile E. - Road Runner's cartoon nemesis
  • Crocker, Betty - Spokesperson for baked goods company
  • Crockett, Davy - 19th century frontiersman, died at Alamo
  • Crow, Sheryl - pop singer
  • Crusoe, Robinson - castaway (Robinson Crusoe)
  • Cuban, Mark - billionaire, TV's Shark Tank, owns Dallas Mavericks
  • Culkin, Macaulay - child actor (Home Alone) cummings, e. e. - poet with unorthodox style
  • Curie, Marie - scientist (discovered radio activity)
  • Curious George - Children's book monkey
  • Custer, General George Armstrong - died in famous last stand
  • Cyrus, Miley - teen singer/actress (Hanna Montana)
  • _
  • Da Vinci, Leonardo - renaissance man; artist
  • Dali, Salvador - surrealist artist
  • Dantès, Edmond - The Count of Monte Cristo (Dumas)
  • D'Artagnan - swashbuckler (The Three Musketeers)
  • Darth Maul - Star Wars Sith Lord
  • Davis Jr., Sammy - singer/Rat Packer (Candy Man)
  • Day-Lewis, Daniel - British actor (Gangs of New York)
  • de Milo, Venus - armless ancient Greek sculpture
  • De Niro, Robert - actor (Raging Bull)
  • de Vil, Cruella - evil fur-wearer (101 Dalmatians)
  • Degeneres, Ellen - talk show host, comedian
  • Deen, Paula - Southern and home-cooking TV chef
  • Depp, Johnny - actor (Pirates of the Caribbean)
  • DiCaprio, Leonardo - actor (Titanic)
  • Dick, Moby - great white whale
  • Dickens, Charles - author (A Christmas Carol)
  • Diesel, Vin - actor (The Fast and the Furious)
  • Dillinger, John - 30's gangster, public enemy #1
  • DiMaggio, Joe - former baseball player (Joltin' Joe)
  • Doctor Octopus - Spiderman's 8-armed nemesis
  • Doe, Jane - unidentified female
  • Dogg, Snoop - rapper, tv celebrity
  • Dolittle, Dr. - fictional Dr. talks to the animals
  • Doo, Scooby - cartoon mystery solving dog
  • Dora the Explorer - animated character on Nickelodeon
  • Doyle, Sir Arthur Conan - author; creator of Sherlock Holmes
  • Dr. Moreau - fictional Dr. created chimeras on island (H.G. Wells)
  • Dr. Phil - pop psychologist, author
  • Dr. Zaius - Chief antagonist in Planet of the Apes
  • Dracula - vampiric Count (Bram Stoker)
  • Draper, Don - Main character of Mad Men series, ad executive.
  • Drew, Nancy - amateur teen sleuth
  • Driver, Minnie - British actress (Good Will Hunting)
  • Duck, Donald - Disney icon
  • Dumas, Alexander - author (The Three Musketeer)
  • Dumbledore, Albus - head of Hogwarts wizard school (Harry Potter)
  • Dundee, Crocodile - Australian eccentric outback crocodile poacher
  • Dylan, Bob - folk singer (Blowin' in the Wind)
  • Dynamite, Napoleon - movie title character played by Jon Heder

  • E.T. - The Extra-Terrestrial
  • Earhart, Amelia - pilot; mysteriously vanished
  • Earp, Wyatt - marshal (Dodge City & Tombstone)
  • Eastwood, Clint - actor/director (Unforgiven)
  • Edward the Confessor - English King 1042-1066; Catholic Saint
  • Eeyore - donkey (Winnie the Pooh)
  • Einstein, Albert - mathematical physicist
  • El Greco - Cretan born painter; moved to Spain
  • Elliott, Mama Cass - folk singer of The Mamas and the Papas
  • Eminem - rapper
  • Enya - Irish new age/celtic singer
  • Erving, Julius - basketball player (Dr. J)
  • Escher, M.C. - Dutch graphic artist

  • Fabio - Italian male fashion and romance novel model
  • Fats, Minnesota - famous billiards player
  • Favre, Brett - former quarterback (Green Bay Packers)
  • Federer, Roger - Swiss tennis pro
  • Ferdinand the Bull - children's book flowersmelling bull
  • Fergie - pop singer (The Black Eyed Peas)
  • Ferrari, Enzo - sports car magnate
  • Ferrell, Will - actor/comedian (Saturday Night Live)
  • Ferris, George - large wheel inventor
  • Fett, Boba - Star Wars bounty-hunter
  • Fey, Tina - comedian, '30 Rock', SNL, Amex commercials
  • Fierstein, Harvey - actor/writer (Hairspray)
  • Finn, Huckleberry - Mark Twain's young hero
  • Fisher, Bobby - chess champion
  • Fisher, Carrie - actress (Star Wars)
  • Flanders, Ned - Homer Simpson's neighborino
  • Flav, Flavor - rapper, reality TV star; (William Drayton Jr).
  • Flay, Bobby - TV chef
  • Floyd, Pretty Boy - 1930's bank robber, public enemy no.1 after Dillinger died
  • Flynn, Errol - Swashbuckler actor (Robin Hood)
  • Ford, Henry - inventor (assembly line); car mogul
  • Foreman, George - heavyweight champion boxer and Grill Master
  • Frankenstein, Dr. - Mary Shelley character; created a monster
  • Franklin, Aretha - R&B Singer, songwriter, musician, 'RESPECT'
  • Franklin, Benjamin - statesman; ('discovered' electricity)
  • Freeman, Morgan - actor, 'Shawshank Redemption', 'Driving Miss Daisy'
  • Freud, Sigmund - psychologist; founder of psychoanalysis
  • Frog, Kermit the - muppet (Sesame Street)
  • Frog, Michigan J. - Looney Tunes animated vaudeville frog
  • Fu Manchu, Dr. - archetypical evil genius created by Sax Rohmer
  • Fudd, Elmer - cartoon nemesis of Bugs Bunny

  • Gadget, Inspector - cartoon detective
  • Gaga, Lady - Flamboyant singer, 'Bad Romance','Poker Face'
  • Galileo - 16th century astronomer; physicist
  • Galore, Pussy - James Bond femme fatale
  • Gandalf - Tolkien's wizard (The Hobbit)
  • Gandhi, Mahatma - Indian independence movement leader
  • Geddes, Anne - Australian photographer/designer
  • Gellar, Sarah Michelle - actress (Buffy the Vampire Slayer)
  • George of the Jungle - hero of cartoon/movie, parody of Tarzan
  • George, Boy - 80's pop singer of band Culture Club
  • Geronimo - Apache chief
  • Ghost Rider - comic book motorcycling hero
  • Giant, The Jolly Green - frozen vegetables spokescharacter
  • Gill, Vince - country singer
  • Gillespie, Dizzy - jazz trumpeter
  • Gillette, King Camp - safety razor inventor
  • Godiva, Lady - legendary naked rider of Coventry
  • Goldberg, Whoopi - actress/comedian (Sister Act, Ghost)
  • Goldfinger, (Auric) - James Bond super villain
  • Goldilocks - fairy tale girl
  • Golightly, Holly - Audrey Hepburn character (Breakfast at Tiffany's)
  • Gollum - ring lusting creature (The Lord of the Rings)
  • Goodyear, Charles - inventor (vulcanized rubber)
  • Goose, Mother - nursery rhyme figure
  • Gordon, Commissioner Jim - Head of Gotham Police, 'Batman'
  • Grainger, Hermione - Harry Potter's friend
  • Green Lantern - comic book hero with super power ring
  • Gretzky, Wayne - hockey player (The Great One)
  • Griffin, Stewie - precocious cartoon baby (Family Guy)
  • Grinch, The - Dr. Seuss Christmas thief
  • Grisham, John - author (The Firm, The Pelican Brief)
  • Groban, Josh - singer/songwriter
  • Grouch, Oscar the - trash can dwelling character (Sesame Street)
  • Gumby - green claymation character

  • Hades - Greek god of the underworld
  • Hagrid - Harry Potter's large friend;
  • +Hogwarts groundskeeper
  • HAL 9000 - intelligent film computer (2001: A Space Odyssey)
  • Hamill, Dorothy - Olympic gold medal winning figure skater
  • Hamlet - Shakespearean title prince
  • Hamm, Mia - soccer player
  • Hammer, MC - rapper
  • Hanks, Tom - actor, 'Forrest Gump', 'Big', 'Saving Private Ryan'
  • Hannibal - Carthaginian General; fought the Romans
  • Hari, Mata - WWI spy
  • Harris, Neil Patrick - actor, How I Met Your Mother, Doogie Howser
  • Harry Callahan, Dirty - Clint Eastwood detective "Do you feel lucky?"
  • Hatter, The Mad - crazy tea party host (Alice in Wonderland)
  • Hawking, Stephen - theoretical physicist
  • Head, Mr. Potato - configurable toy spud
  • Hefner, Hugh - Playboy mogul
  • Heisman, John - collegiate football trophy namesake
  • Hemingway, Ernest - author (The Old Man and The Sea)
  • Hendrix, Jimi - rock guitarist/singer (Purple Haze)
  • Henry the Eighth, King - King of England; had 6 wives
  • Hermes - Greek messenger of the gods
  • Heston, Charlton - actor (The Ten Commandments, Planet of the Apes)
  • Hiawatha - legendary Native American leader
  • Hickok, Wild Bill - gunslinger; US Marshal
  • Hill, Faith - country singer, actress
  • Hilton, Paris - hotel heiress and socialite
  • Hitchcock, Alfred - director (Psycho, Vertigo, North by Northwest)
  • Holiday, Billie - blues/jazz singer
  • Holliday, Doc - gunslinger & erstwhile outlaw; Earp companion
  • Holmes, Sherlock - English detective
  • Hood, Robin - 13th century outlaw and skilled archer
  • Hook, Captain - pirate nemesis of Peter Pan
  • Hopper, Edward - artist/painter (Nighhawks)
  • Horse, Crazy - Lakoda Sioux leader
  • Houdini, Harry - escape artist; magician
  • Hulk, The Incredible - comic book green goliath
  • Humperdinck, Engelbert - pop singer
  • Humpty-Dumpty - fairy tale wall sitter

  • Icarus - mythological character who flew too close to the sun
  • Ice Cube - rapper/actor (Boyz in the Hood)
  • Ice-T - rapper/actor (Law and Order SVU)
  • Idol, Billy - British hard rock singer
  • Invisible Woman - comic book heroine (Fantastic Four)
  • Iron Man - comic book hero
  • Iscariot, Judas - disciple alleged to have betrayed Jesus

  • Jack in the Box - child's toy
  • Jackman, Hugh - Australian actor (X-Men)
  • Jackson, General Stonewall - Confederate General
  • Jackson, Michael - singer (Thriller)
  • Jackson, Shoeless Joe - baseball player banned for life; "Black Sox" scandal
  • Jackson, Janet - pop singer
  • Jackson, Samuel L. - actor (Pulp Fiction)
  • Jagger, Mick - lead singer (Rolling Stones)
  • James, Jesse - outlaw bank and train robber of mid-late 1800's
  • James, LeBron - NBA player (Cleveland)
  • Jaws - great white movie shark
  • Jemima, Aunt - pancake mix spokescharacter
  • Jesus of Nazareth - Biblical figure, the Son of God
  • Jetson, George - spacey cartoon character
  • Jewel - pop singer
  • Job - biblical figure, afflicted with many tribulations
  • Joe, Bazooka - chewing gum comic character
  • Joe, G.I. - comic book soldier
  • Johansson, Scarlett - actress 'The Avengers'
  • Johnson, Dwayne 'The Rock' - actor, professional wrestler, 'Baywatch'
  • Johnson, Magic - former NBA star (LA Lakers)
  • Jolie, Angelina - actress/model (Beowulf)
  • Jonah - biblical figure; spent time inside a fish
  • Jones, Indiana - archeologist (Raiders of the Lost Ark)
  • Jones, James Earl - actor, voice of Darth Vader (Star Wars)
  • Jones, Davy - name for evil spirit of the sea
  • Jong-un, Kim - leader of North Korea
  • Joplin, Janis - singer (Mercedes Benz, Me and Bobby McGee)

  • Kafka, Franz - author (Metamorphosis)
  • Kane, Citizen - powerful newspaper magnate in eponymous movie
  • Kangaroo, Captain - children's TV host
  • Keller, Helen - deaf/blind role model
  • Kenobi, Obi-Wan - old Jedi knight (Star Wars)
  • Kent, Clark - Superman's secret identity
  • Kevorkian, Jack - crusader for euthanasia; "Dr. Death"
  • Keys, Alicia - pop singer
  • Khan, Genghis - Mongol leader
  • Khrushchev, Nikita - Soviet premier "We will bury you"
  • Kidd, Captain (William) - Scottish pirate/privateer
  • Kidman, Nicole - actress (Eyes Wide Shut)
  • Kimmel, Jimmy - comedian/TV host
  • King, Jr., Martin Luther - nonviolent 1960's civil rights leader
  • King, B.B. - blues guitarist
  • King, Stephen - horror novelist, The Shining, The Stand, Carrie
  • King Herod - biblical villain
  • King Kamehameha - head of kingdom of Hawai'i (1782-1819)
  • King Lear - Shakespearean title father
  • King Solomon - biblical wise king, son of David
  • Kipling, Rudyard - author (The Jungle Book)
  • Kirk, James T. - Captain, Starship Enterprise (Star Trek)
  • Kitty, Hello - Sanrio Co. cat character
  • Klum, Heidi - German fashion model
  • Knievel, Evil - motorcycle daredevil
  • Knowles, Beyonce - pop singer
  • Kong, King - large movie ape
  • Kong, Donkey - video game ape icon
  • Kool-Aid Man - fruity drink spokespitcher
  • Kournikova, Anna - tennis player/model
  • Kramer, Cosmo - bumbling neighbor (Seinfeld)

  • LaBeouf, Shia - actor (Holes)
  • Lama, Dalai - Tibetan Buddhists spiritual leader
  • Lancelot, Sir - Knight of the Round Table, Arthurian legends
  • Latifah, Queen - pop singer/actress (Chicago)
  • Lavigne, Avril - pop/punk singer
  • Lawrence of Arabia - WWI British desert hero
  • Lazarus - resurrected by Jesus
  • Le Pew, Pepe - Animated aromatic amorous skunk
  • Lecter, Hannibal - cannibalistic character (Silence of the Lambs)
  • Lee, Bruce - actor/martial artist (Enter the Dragon)
  • Lee, Robert E. - Confederate army commander
  • Lee, Spike - director, (Do the Right Thing)
  • Leghorn, Foghorn - bombastic cartoon rooster with southern accent
  • Leia, Princess - film heroine (Star Wars)
  • Leibovitz, Annie - portrait photographer
  • Lemon, Liz - TV's 30 Rock character played by Tina Fey
  • Lemon, Meadowlark - basketball player (Harlem Globetrotters)
  • Lenin, Vladimir - Russian Bolshevik leader
  • Lennon, John - singer/songwriter (The Beatles)
  • Lestrange, Bellatrix - Death Eater villainess in Harry Potter series
  • Letterman, David - talk show host (formerly The Late Show)
  • Li, Jet - martial arts actor (Lethal Weapon 4, Fearless)
  • Liberace - flamboyant pop singer pianist
  • Lightyear, Buzz - animated space hero (Toy Story)
  • Lincoln, Abraham - 16th U.S. President, emancipated slaves
  • Lohan, Lindsay - actress (Mean Girls)
  • Loki - Norse trickster god, in movies, enemy of Thor
  • Lolita - Nabokov title ingénue
  • Longbottom, Neville - shy pal of Harry Potter, hero of Hogwarts
  • Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth - author (Song of Hiawatha)
  • Longstocking, Pippi - Swedish children's books hero
  • Louis, Joe - heavyweight champion boxer
  • Lovecraft, H.P. - gothic horror author (The Dunwich Horror)
  • Lovegood, Luna - Loopy Hogwarts student, friend of Harry
  • Lucas, George - director, (Star Wars, Indiana Jones)
  • Lucky Luciano - New York mob boss. Father of modern organized crime
  • Lugosi, Bela - actor (Dracula)

  • Ma, Yo-Yo - celebrated violinist
  • Macbeth - Shakespearean Scottish murderer
  • Machine Gun Kelly - 1920's gangster; George Kelly
  • Mad-Eye Moody - Professor of the dark arts, Harry Potter books/movies
  • Mad Max - post-apocalyptic hero (The Road Warrior)
  • Madden, John - football commentator/former NFL head coach
  • Madonna - pop singer
  • Magellan, (Ferdinand) - First explorer to circumnavigate the earth
  • Magic Dragon, Puff the - folk song hero
  • Magneto - First villain to face off against the X-men
  • Malfoy, Draco - Harry Potter nemesis
  • Man, The Gingerbread - fairy tale confection
  • Man 'O War - possibly fastest racehorse ever
  • Mandel, Howie - comedian/TV host (America's Got Talent)
  • Manning, Eli - NFL quarterback (New York Giants)
  • Manson, Charles - infamous cult leader ("The Family")
  • Manson, Marilyn - metal singer
  • Mantle, Mickey - baseball player; (NY Yankees) "The Mick"
  • Marceau, Marcel - mime master
  • Marley, Bob - reggae musician; rastafarian
  • Marx, Groucho - comedian/actor (Duck Soup)
  • Marx, Karl - author (Communist Manifesto)
  • Mary, Typhoid - spread typhoid fever (early 1900s)
  • Mayer, Oscar - hot dog magnate
  • Mays, Willie - baseball player (NY/SF Giants)"Say Hey Kid"
  • McClain, John - unlucky off-duty cop (Die Hard)
  • McConaughey, Matthew - actor, 'Interstellar', 'Dallas Buyers Club'
  • McDonald, Ronald - fast food spokesclown
  • McDuck, Scroog - Disney's fowl rich miser
  • McQueen, Butterfly - actress ("Prissy" in Gone With the Wind)
  • McQueen, Lightning - anthropomorphic film racecar (Cars)
  • Meat Loaf - melodramatic rock singer
  • Medusa - mythical gorgon killed by Perseus
  • Mephistopheles - master of the underworld
  • Mercury, Freddie - front man for Queen
  • Merlin - King Arthur's wizard
  • Methuselah - biblical really old man
  • Michelangelo - renaissance painter (Sistine Chapel)
  • Mickelson, Phil - pro golfer; "Lefty"
  • Midas - legendary king with 'golden touch'
  • Ming, Yao - Chinese-born NBA center (Houston)
  • Mini-Me - comedic little villain (Austin Powers)
  • Miranda, Carmen - Brazilian singer with fruit-basket hat
  • Miss Scarlet - board game suspect (Clue)
  • Moneypenny, Miss - M's secretary (James Bond)
  • Monk, Thelonious - jazz pianist and composer
  • Monroe, Marilyn - actress/sex symbol (Seven Year Itch)
  • Monster, Cookie - muppet dessert muncher
  • Montague, Romeo - doomed lover (Romeo & Juliet)
  • Montana, Hannah - persona of teen singer
  • +Miley Cyrus
  • Moon, Sailor - Japanese manga heroine
  • Morgan, Dexter - Key character of Dexter show, forensics expert/serial killer
  • Morrison, Jim - psychedelic singer (The Doors)
  • Morse, Samuel - telegraph inventor
  • Morton, Jelly Roll - jazz pianist/band leader/composer
  • Moses - biblical patriarch, parted the sea
  • Moses, Grandma - American painter
  • Moss, Kate - ultra-thin fashion model
  • Mother Nature - don't fool with her
  • Mother Teresa - Saintly Catholic nun of Calcutta
  • Mouse, Mickey - Disney icon
  • Mouse, Mighty - cartoon mouse savior
  • Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus - classical composer
  • Mr. Bubble - bath soap spokesbubble
  • Mr. Fantastic - comic book hero (Fantastic Four)
  • Mr. Hand - Mr. Garrison's puppet friend (South Park)
  • Mr. Incredible - animated super hero (The Incredibles)
  • Mr. Peanut - Planter's spokesnut
  • Muffet, Little Miss - nursery rhyme girl; sat on tuffet
  • Munch, Edvard - expressionist painter (The Scream)
  • Mystique - X-men villainess

  • Nation, Carry - hatchet-wielding temperance activist
  • Noah, Trevor - comedian, the Daily Show
  • Neeson, Liam - Irish actor (Schindler's List)
  • Nelson, Baby Face - 1930's bank robber; Lester Gillis
  • Nemo, Captain - submarine captain (20,000 Leagues Under the Sea)
  • Nemo - animated fish hero (Finding Nemo)
  • Neptune - Roman sea god
  • Nero - Roman emperor; fiddled while Rome burned
  • Neuman, Alfred E. - Mad Magazine mascot
  • Neutron, Jimmy - boy genius, inventor of wacky devices
  • Newton, Isaac - scientist; invented calculus
  • Noah - biblical mariner; built ark
  • Norris, Chuck - actor/martial artist (Missin in Action)
  • Nosferatu - first film vampire (Nosferatu)

  • Obama, Michelle - former first lady, big on fitness and health
  • O'Brien, Conan - late night talk show host
  • Oddjob - razor brimmed Bond villain
  • O'Hara, Scarlet - southern belle (Gone With the Wind)
  • Octopussy - James Bond femme fatale
  • Ohno, Apolo Anton - short track Olympic medallist speed skater
  • Old Yeller - title pooch who comes to sad end
  • Oldman, Gary - actor (Bram Stoker's Dracula)
  • O'Neal, Shaquille - NBA center (Phoenix)
  • Olaf the Snowman - Snowman in Frozen
  • Osbourne, Ozzy - hard rock singer (Black Sabbath), TV celebrity
  • Oswald, Lee Harvey - Assassinated John F Kennedy

  • Pacino, Al - actor (Scent of a Woman)
  • Pac-Man, Ms. - 80's video game sprite
  • Page, Jimmy - Guitarist and founder of Led Zeppelin
  • Pagliacci - operatic clown in play within a play (Pagliacci)
  • Paige, Satchel - hall-of-fame baseball pitcher
  • Palpatine, Emperor - evil incarnate Sith Lord in Star Wars films
  • Pan, Peter - leader of the lost boys
  • Pandora - Greek myth, lets troubles escape her "box"
  • Panther, Pink - jazzy but silent animated character; jewel thief
  • Parker, Charlie 'Bird' - jazz saxophonist/composer
  • Parks, Rosa - civil rights activist, 1955 Alabama
  • Parton, Dolly - country singer/actress (9 to 5)
  • Patrick, Danica - female Indy car driver
  • Patton, General George - WWII general; "Old Blood and Guts"
  • Pavarotti, Luciano - opera tenor
  • Pele - Brazilian soccer player
  • Pendragon, Arthur - King Arthur
  • Perry the Platypus - Secret agent family pet on Phineas & Ferb cartoon
  • Petty, Tom - classic rock singer (The Heartbreakers)
  • Phelps, Michael - Olympian swimmer, most gold medals ever
  • Phoenix, Joaquin - actor 'Walk the Line'
  • Pickens, T. Boone - Billionaire oilman; mergers and acquisitions guru
  • Pickett, General George - Confederate, led ill-fated Gettysburg charge
  • Pierce, Hawkeye - Dr. at M*A*S*H 4077. (Alan Alda)
  • Pikachu - anime creature; a species of Pokémon
  • Pike, Zebulon - explorer/soldier; Pike's Peak namesake
  • Pilate, Pontius - biblical Roman governor;"washed his hands"
  • Pink - female pop rock singer
  • Piper, The Pied - lead rats & children out of Hamlin
  • Piper, Peter - "picked a peck of pickled peppers"
  • Plato - Greek philosopher (Republic)
  • Pluto - Roman god of underworld
  • Pocahontas - Native American princess
  • Poe, Edgar Allan - author (The Tell-Tale Heart, The Raven)
  • Pollock, Jackson - abstract action painter "Jack the Dripper"
  • Popeil, Ron - TV pitchman, founder of "Ronco"
  • Popeye - cartoon sailor
  • Poppin' Fresh - aka "The Pillsbury Doughboy"
  • Poppins, Mary - magical English nanny
  • Posh Spice - singer (The Spice Girls); Victoria Beckham
  • Pot, Pol - genocidal Cambodian ruler
  • Potter, Harry - best-selling title boy wizard
  • Presley, Elvis - rock singer; "The King" (Jailhouse Rock)
  • Prime, Optimus - Autobot leader (Transformers)
  • Prince Charming - every little girls' dream
  • Princess Fiona - ogre princess (Shrek)
  • Private Ryan - WWII soldier whose brothers were killed
  • Professor Moriarty - Sherlock Holmes' arch-enemy
  • Professor Plum - board game suspect (Clue)
  • Prometheus - brought fire to humanity (Greek myth)
  • Pulitzer, Joseph - originated yellow journalism; prize namesake
  • Punxsutawney Phil - weather predicting groundhog
  • Puss in Boots - very clever nursery rhyme kitty
  • Putin, Vladimir - Russian president

  • Q - gadget-inventor for MI-6 (James Bond)
  • Quasimodo - The Hunchback of Notre Dame
  • Queen Elizabeth II - Queen of England
  • Queen of Scots, Mary - rival to Elizabeth I for English throne; executed
  • Quetzalcoatl - Aztec sky and creator god
  • Quixote, Don - windmill fighter; "The Man of La Mancha"

  • Racer X - Secret identity of Speed Racer's older brother
  • Rain-In-The-Face - Lakota Sioux chief; helped defeat Custer
  • Ramsay, Gordon - TV Chef (Hell's Kitchen)
  • Rand, Ayn - author (Atlas Shrugged): developed "objectivism"
  • Ranger, The Lone - cowboy hero "Hi ho Silver away!"
  • Raphael - renaissance painter and architect
  • Rasputin, (Grigori) - Russian monk and "mystic"
  • Ray, Rachael - TV chef (30 Minute Meals)
  • Redenbacher, Orville - popcorn magnate
  • Reeves, Keanu - actor (The Matrix, Speed)
  • Renoir, (Pierre Auguste) - Dutch Painter
  • Rhames, Ving - actor (Pulp Fiction)
  • Rhymes, Busta - hip-hop musician; Trevor Smith Jr.
  • Richard The Lionheart - King of England, 1189; led 3rd Crusade
  • Richards, Keith - Rock guitarist (The Rolling Stones)
  • Richelieu, Cardinal - Chief Minister of France 1624-1642
  • Riding Hood, Little Red - fairy tale girl who visits Grandma/Wolf
  • Rihanna - Barbados-born pop singer
  • Ripley, Lieutenant Ellen - Heroine of Aliens movies, played by Sigourney Weaver
  • Robin, Christopher - Winnie the Pooh's human friend
  • Robinson, Jackie - 1st black MLB player (Brooklyn)
  • Robinson, Sugar Ray - great welter/middle weight boxer
  • Rock, Kid - hip-hop musician; Robert Ritchie
  • Rockefeller, John D. - oil magnate philanthropist
  • Rockwell, Sam - actor (Galaxy Quest, The Green Mile)
  • Rommel, Field Marshal Erwin - WWII German General; "The Desert Fox"
  • Romulus - legendary co-founder of Rome
  • Ronaldo, Christiano - Soccer player (Manchester United)
  • Rose, Axl - Front man for Guns N' Roses
  • Rotten, Johnny - English punk singer (The Sex Pistols)
  • Rowling, J. K. - author (Harry Potter series)
  • Rubik, Erno - mathematician; invented Rubik's Cube
  • Rumpelstiltskin - fairy tale gold-spinning dwarf
  • Ruth, Babe - baseball player (Sultan of Swat, the Bambino)
  • Ryder, Winona - actress (Edward Scissor Hands, Stranger Things)

  • Sacagawea - Native American guide (Lewis & Clark)
  • Sade, Marquis de - author/libertine (The Crimes of Love)
  • Saint Patrick - Patron Saint of Ireland
  • Saladin - Moslem leader/general 1174-1193
  • Salk, Jonas - discovered vaccine for Polio
  • Sam, Toucan - Froot Loops cereal mascot
  • Sam, Uncle - character representing US Govt.
  • Sanders, Colonel - Kentucky Fried Chicken founder
  • Sargent, John Singer - US portrait and landscape painter
  • Saruman the White - Wizard, Lord of Isengard; (Lord of the Rings)
  • Satan - the devil himself
  • Saturn - Roman god of war
  • Scarface - film character - Cuban 1980's drug lord in Miami
  • Schiffer, Claudia - fashion model
  • Schmidt, John Jacob Jingleheimer - song character, his name is my name too
  • Schrödinger's Cat - quantum physics thought experiment
  • Schwarzenegger, Arnold - actor/California Governor (The Terminator)
  • Scissorhands, Edward - eponymous film character (Johnny Depp)
  • Scorsese, Martin - director (Taxi Driver, Goodfellas)
  • Scott, Dred - slave who lost case before Supreme Court
  • Scott, Ridley - British director/producer (Blade Runner)
  • Screech - teen TV character (Saved by the Bell)
  • Scrooge, Ebenezer - miser and grouch (A Christmas Carol)
  • Seabiscuit - champion thoroughbred race horse
  • Seacrest, Ryan - TV host (American Idol)
  • Seal - R&B/pop singer
  • Secretariat - Triple Crown-winning race horse
  • Segel, Jason - Actor, How I Met Your Mother, The Muppett Movie
  • Seuss, Dr. - author (The Cat in the Hat) Theodor Geisel
  • Shadow, The - radio show vigilante
  • Shakespeare, William - playwright (Hamlet); "The Bard of Avon"
  • Shakira - Colombian pop singer
  • Shakur, Tupac - rapper
  • Shankar, Ravi - sitar playing Indian musician
  • Sharapova, Maria - tennis player
  • Shredder - Archenemy of Splinter and Teen age Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Shrek - Title film Ogre
  • Shyamalan, M. Night - writer/director (The Sixth Sense)
  • Silver, Long John - peg leg pirate (Treasure Island)
  • Silver - The Lone Ranger's horse
  • Silverman, Sarah - Comedian, actress, Sarah
  • +Silverman show
  • Simmons, Gene - hard rock singer (KISS)
  • Simpson, Homer - patriarch of animated
  • +Simpson's family
  • Simpson, O.J. - former NFL running back (Buffalo)
  • Sirhan, Sirhan - assassinated Robert Kennedy
  • Skywalker, Luke - Jedi Knight;
  • +Star Wars hero
  • Skywalker, Anakin - Luke's father; Darth Vader (Star Wars)
  • Slim, Fatboy - English beat musician; Quentin Cook
  • Smith, Will - actor/singer, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
  • Smithers, (Waylon) - Mr. Burns' assistant (The Simpsons)
  • Smurf, Papa - cartoon little blue elder (The Smurfs)
  • Snape, Severus - Potions professor at Hogwarts (Harry Potter)
  • Snicket, Lemony - Character narrator (A Series of Unfortunate Events)
  • Snoopy - Charlie Brown's beagle (Peanuts)
  • Snow, Jon - Game of Thrones character, son of Ned Stark...
  • Snowman, Frosty the - jolly man of snow
  • Snuffleupagus - elephant-like muppet (Sesame Street)
  • Socrates - Greek philosopher
  • Solo, Han - rogue pilot and hero (Star Wars)
  • Sonic the Hedgehog - 90's video game hedgehog
  • Sousa, John Philip - composer (Stars & Stripes Forever)
  • Söze, Keyser - fictional criminal mastermind (The Usual Suspects)
  • Spacey, Kevin - actor (American Beauty, The Usual Suspects)
  • Sparrow, Captain Jack - fictional pirate (Pirates of the Caribbean)
  • Spartacus - led slave rebellion against Rome
  • Spears, Britney - pop singer
  • Speed Racer - animated racecar hero
  • Spicer, Sean - White House Press Secretary
  • Spider-Man - comic book web-slinging super hero
  • SquarePants, SpongeBob - ocean bottomdwelling cartoon character
  • St. Valentine - catholic martyr and saint
  • Stark, Arya - Game of Thrones, tomboy, youngest daughter of Starks
  • Starr, Ringo - rock drummer (The Beatles)
  • Stevens, Cat - folk singer
  • Stewart, Martha - homemaker guru
  • Stine, R.L. - author (Goosebumps series)
  • Stitch - Disney animated alien character
  • Stoker, Bram - author (Dracula)
  • Stowe, Harriet Beecher - author (Uncle Tom's Cabin)
  • Street, Picabo - Female Olympic gold medallist skier
  • Styles, Harry - Pop musician, member of One Direction
  • Super Mario - Nintendo video game character
  • Sutherland, Kiefer - actor (Young Guns, 24)
  • Swan, Bella - Twilight series heroine
  • Swift, Taylor - country singer Tchaikovsky, (Peter Ilyich) - composer (The Nutcracker)

  • Temple, Shirley - 1930's child dancer/ singer/actress (Bright Eyes)
  • Tesla, Nikola - inventor/physicist/ electrical engineer
  • Thatcher, Margaret - former British prime minister "The Iron Lady"
  • The Abominable Snowman - monster of the Himalayas; Yeti
  • The Barber of Seville - peratic character; Figaro
  • The Bard of Avon - William Shakespeare
  • The Big Bopper - 1950's singer; died in plane crash
  • The Black Knight - fictional evil archetype
  • The Bogeyman - embodiment of all childish fears
  • The Boy Wonder - Batman's sidekick; Robin
  • The Clown, Krusty - Springfield TV personality (The Simpsons)
  • The Conqueror, William - victor at Hastings; 1st Norman King of England
  • The Duke of Earl - Title character of Gene Chandler song
  • The Earl of Sandwich - English Peerage title, namesake of the sandwich
  • The Easter Bunny - egg-bearing harbinger of Spring
  • The Elephant Man - Joseph Merrick; 19th century sideshow celebrity
  • The Flash - very fast comic book hero
  • The Flying Spaghetti Monster - Deity of the Pastafarianism social movement
  • the Flying Squirrel, Rocky - Bullwinkle's sidekick
  • The Good Witch of The North, Glinda - Helpful witch (The Wizard of Oz)
  • The Gorton Fisherman - raingear clad fish stick spokesman
  • the Great, Alexander - Ancient Macedonian general
  • The Heat Miser - claymation Christmas villain (The Year Without a Santa Claus)
  • The Human Torch - comic book hero (Fantastic Four)
  • the Hun, Attila - Khan of the Huns; sacked Rome
  • the Hutt, Jabba - space crime boss (Star Wars)
  • The Invisible Man - HG Wells title sci-fi character
  • The Jackal - leftist revolutionary terrorist Ilich Ramirez Sanchez
  • The Joker - Batman nemesis
  • The Keebler Elf - cookie spokeself
  • The Kid, Billy - old west outlaw gunfighter, William H. Bonney
  • The King of Spades - one of a deck cards in Wonderland
  • the Knife, Mack - Character in Brecht's Threepenny Opera
  • The Little Engine That Could - fictional choo-choo
  • The Little Mermaid - Hans Christian Anderson heroine
  • The Loch Ness Monster - legendary creature in Scottish lake
  • The Lord of the Rings - Sauron Dark Lord
  • The Man with the Yellow Hat - Curious George's friend
  • The Marquis of Queensberry - endorsed popular set of boxing rules
  • The Minotaur - Half bull, half man guardian of the Labyrinth of King Minos
  • The Most Interesting Man in the World - Spokecharacter for Dos Equis beer
  • The Muffin Man - Do you know the Muffin Man? The Muffin Man?…
  • The Pillsbury Doughboy - Pop n' Fresh
  • The Quaker Oats Man - Oldest spokecharacter, for oatmeal brand
  • The Queen of Hearts - character in Alice in Wonderland
  • The Queen of Sheba - biblical monarch who visited Solomon
  • The Red Baron - Manfred von Richtofen WWI ace
  • the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Rudolph - leads Santa's sleigh team
  • The Riddler - Gotham city villain, likes puzzles
  • The Riveter, Rosie - propaganda poster woman
  • The Scarlet Pimpernel - Swashbuckling hero with a secret identity
  • The Sand Man - Shapeshifting Spider-Man ally; or 'sleep bringer'
  • The Silver Surfer - comic book superhero
  • The Sphinx - ancient Egyptian temple guardian
  • The Splendid Splinter (Ted Williams) - baseball player
  • The Stay Puft Marshmallow Man - marshmallow mascot, 'Ghostbusters'
  • The Sultan of Swat (Babe Ruth) - 3rd in all-time career homeruns
  • The Sundance Kid - Old West outlaw, Butch Cassidy's sidekick
  • The Swamp Fox (Gen. Frances Marion) - South Carolina Revolutionary hero
  • the Tank Engine, Thomas - WV Awdry anthropomorphic train engine
  • The Teflon Don - John Gotti, mafia Gambino family head
  • The Thing - rock-like comic book hero (Fantastic Four)
  • The Tick - absurdist comic book spoof hero
  • The Tidy Bowl Man - toilet cleaner ad character
  • The Tin Man - needs a heart (The Wizard of Oz)
  • The Tooth Fairy - nymph who leaves money for teeth
  • The Unknown Soldier - symbol of all unidentified war dead
  • The Unsinkable Molly Brown - famous survivor of the Titanic disaster
  • the Vampire Slayer, Buffy - film and TV teenage undead opponent
  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Eric Carl character that becomes a butterfly
  • The Virgin Mary - biblical mother of Jesus
  • The Wicked Witch of the West - Broom riding villain from the Wizard of Oz
  • The Wizard of Menlo Park (Thomas Edison) - prolific inventor (light bulb)
  • Thing 1 - 1st of two of The Cat in the Hat's flunkies
  • Thor - Norse god of thunder; super hero
  • Throat, Deep - Watergate informant
  • Thumper - Bambi's rabbit friend
  • Thundarr the Barbarian - 1980's animated
  • +TV hero
  • Tigger - bouncy tiger (Winnie the Pooh)
  • Tinkerbell - Peter Pan's fairy friend
  • Tolkien, J.R.R. - author (The Lord of the Rings)
  • Tony the Tiger - Kellogg's cereal spokestiger
  • Torn, Rip - actor (The Larry Sanders Show)
  • Troy, Helen of - focus of the Trojan war
  • Trump, Donald - real estate mogul, US President.
  • Tubman, Harriet - helped slaves via underground railroad
  • Tuck, Friar - one of Robin Hood's merry men
  • Tussaud, Madam - wax sculptor and museum entrepreneur
  • Tutankhamun, King - ancient Egyptian Pharaoh; "King Tut"
  • Twain, Mark - author (Tom Sawyer)
  • Tyson, Mike - troubled heavyweight boxer
  • Tyson, Neil deGrasse - charismatic celebrity astrophysicist

  • Unabomber, The - mathematician and anarchist Ted Kaczynski
  • Underdog - cartoon canine hero
  • Underwood, Carrie - country singer, American Idol winner
  • Underwood, Claire - wife of politician Frank Underwood on House of Cards
  • Usher - R&B/pop singer; Usher Raymond IV

  • Vader, Darth - sci-fi villain (Star Wars)
  • Valdez, Juan - coffee advertising character
  • Van Winkle, Rip - Slept for 20 years
  • Van Gogh, Vincent - painter (Starry Night); cut off ear
  • Villa, Pancho - Mexican revolutionary; chased by Pershing
  • Voldemort - He who shall not be named,
  • +Harry Potter villain Tom Riddle
  • von Count, Count - muppet math lover (Sesame Street)
  • Von Trapp, Captain - his family is portrayed in The Sound of Music
  • Walker, Johnnie - Scotch Whiskey purveyor
  • Waters, Muddy - Blues musician; "Father of Chicago Blues"
  • Wayne, John - actor (True Grit, The Alamo)
  • Wazowski, Mike - animated cyclops character (Monsters Inc).
  • Weasley, Ron - Harry Potter companion
  • Webber, Andrew Lloyd - musical composer (Cats, Evita)
  • Webster, Noah - dictionary creator
  • Wee Willie Winkie - insomniac Scottish nursery rhyme child
  • West, Kanye - rapper and hip hop artist
  • Who, Doctor - eccentric time travelling explorer
  • Wiggum, Chief - incompetent Springfield police chief (The Simpsons)
  • Wilde, Oscar - author (The Importance of Being Earnest)
  • Williams, Venus Ebony Starr - Highly accoladed tennis player
  • Winehouse, Amy - English singer/songwriter
  • Winfrey, Oprah - actress, talk show host (The Oprah Winfrey Show)
  • Winky, Tinky - member of the 'Teletubbies'
  • Winnie the Pooh - bear from A. A. Milne books
  • Witherspoon, Reese - actress (Legally Blonde)
  • Woman, Wonder - comic book superhero with magic 'lasso of truth'
  • Wonka, Willy - chocolate factory owner (Charlie and the Chocolate Factory)
  • Woodpecker, Woody - wacky cartoon bird
  • Woods, Tiger - highly successful pro golfer
  • Woolf, Virginia - English writer (A Room of One's Own)
  • Wormtongue - advisor to Théoden; spy for Saruman (Lord of the Rings)
  • Wright, Frank Lloyd - architect, created Fallingwater
  • Wright, Orville - early aviator (Wright brothers)

  • Yankovic, Weird Al - parody singer
  • Yoda - little green Jedi Master (Star Wars)
  • Yukon Cornelius - prospector, friend to Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

  • Zappa, Moon Unit - Frank Zappa's daughter
  • Zhivago, Doctor - Pasternak's title doctor/poet
  • Zombie, Rob - heavy-metal musician, director (White Zombie)
  • Zorro - legendary masked swordsman

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