Singers known by one name

Singers known by one name DEFAULT

Complete list of famous singers & musicians with one name, crowdsourced and ranked by name recognition. No need for a last name! These mononymous singers have so much name-recognition that they are simply addressed by a single name. Singers may choose to go by a single stage name to stand out, sound distinctive, or as a part of their culture. (Bjork, for example, only goes by one name because it is custom in Iceland to address others by one name only.) There are a ton of both male and female singers with one name – so which ones are the best ever?

In the West, mononymity is normally a privilege of famous people, celebrities, writers, artists, entertainers, musicians, pop stars, and athletes. Of all of these types of artists, there are far more musicians that go by one name than others. Some one name stage names are merely the performer's given name (Rihanna, Ke$ha, Cher, Madonna, Beyonce), other mononymous musicians go by their surnames (Liberace, Morrissey), and many are made up words (Xzibit, Ginuwine) or nicknames (Sting, Bono, Moby). 

Use this list to research singers and musicians with one name and vote up your favorites!

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Romina

Actress | Horrible Bosses 2

Romina was born in Coral Gables, Florida and although not large in stature, this actress, producer, writer, poet and singer is casting a broad shadow across Hollywood.

Romina's love of acting began at age 13 when she took her first drama class while attending Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart. ...

Sting

Actor | Dune

Sting was born Gordon Matthew Sumner on 2 October, 1951 in Wallsend, North Tyneside, Tyne and Wear, England, the eldest of four children of Audrey (Cowell), a hairdresser, and Ernest Matthew Sumner, an engineer and milkman. He received his name from a striped sweater he wore which looked like a bee...

Madonna

Actress | Evita

The remarkable, hyper-ambitious Material Girl who never stops reinventing herself, Madonna is a seven-time Grammy Award-winner who has sold over three hundred million records and CDs to adoring fans worldwide. Her film career, however, is another story. Her performances have consistently drawn ...

Lalaine

Actress | Lizzie McGuire

Lalaine Vergara-Paras, or simply Lalaine, is best known for her role as Lizzie's (Hilary Duff) best friend Miranda Sanchez in the hit TV series Lizzie McGuire (2001), and she has confirmed that she will appear in the reboot. Lalaine released her music album "Inside Story" in 2003. She currently ...

Cher

Actress | Moonstruck

The beat goes on ... and on ... and as strong as ever for this superstar entertainer who has well surpassed the four-decade mark while improbably transforming herself from an artificial, glossy "flashionplate" singer into a serious, Oscar-worthy, dramatic actress ... and back again! With more ups ...

Bono

Soundtrack | Across the Universe

Bono was born Paul David Hewson in Dublin, Ireland on May 10, 1960, to Iris (Rankin) and Brendan Robert Hewson. He has been the lead singer of the rock band U2 since 1976. U2 has won 22 Grammy Awards to date, and was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2005. Lauded by fans and critics ...

Björk

Soundtrack | Dancer in the Dark

Born in 1965 in the Icelandic capital city of Reykjavik, the daughter of Gudmundur Gunnarsson (an electrician) and Hildur Hauksdóttir who divorced before her second birthday, Björk grew up in a hippie-type community with her mother and her seven siblings. She started to study classical music at the...

Cantinflas

Actor | Around the World in 80 Days

Cantinflas, born Mario Mareno as the son of a Mexican postal employee, was a prolific and productive Mexican comedian/producer/writer/singer who also knew a fair bit about agriculture and medicine. He was married to Valentina Ivanova from 1936 until her death. He appeared in more than 55 films, ...

Chyna

Actress | Frank McKlusky, C.I.

Chyna had been called "The First Lady of Sports Entertainment". Her accomplishments went far beyond the wrestling ring and anyone's guess. Before exchanging body slams, modeling for top magazines and guest-starring on hundreds of shows,

Chyna was a shy girl who was born Joan Marie Laurer in ...

Mario

Actor | Freedom Writers

Mario is an American R&B singer who since his mid-teens has developed a convincingly strong career. Born and raised in Baltimore and now living in New Jersey, he was signed to the New York label 3rd Street/J Records, working with producer Clive Davis. After contributing to the soundtrack of Dr. ...

Enya

Soundtrack | The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

Eithne Pádraigín Ní Bhraonáin, the fourth youngest of nine children, comes from the small village of Dore (Dobhar in Irish) in the Gweedore (Gaoth Dobhair) region of County Donegal in northwestern Ireland. She now lives in Killiney, a coastal district on the southern outskirts of Dublin The family ...

Coolio

Soundtrack | Dangerous Minds

With over 17 million records sold worldwide, Grammy award-winning and multi-platinum recording artist Coolio is an artist known around the world as a musical and cooking master of extraordinary reinvention. Growing up during the time of tremendous change in Compton, Calif., Coolio fed on struggle ...

Divine

Actor | Hairspray

Originally born Harris Glen Milstead just after the end of WWII, Baltimore's most outrageous resident eventually became the international icon of bad taste cinema, as the always shocking and highly entertaining transvestite performer, Divine.

Milstead met maverick film director & good friend, John ...

Cassandra Peterson

Actress | Elvira: Mistress of the Dark

Cassandra Peterson was born in Manhattan, Kansas, and grew up in Colorado Springs, Colorado. She began her career at age 17 as the youngest showgirl in Las Vegas history in the show "Vive Les Girls" at the Dunes Hotel. After receiving advice from "The King" himself, Elvis Presley, she traveled to ...

Known commonly as "Elvira"

Eminem

Soundtrack | 8 Mile

Eminem was born Marshall Bruce Mathers III in St. Joseph, Missouri, to Deborah R. (Nelson) and Marshall Bruce Mathers, Jr., who were in a band together, Daddy Warbucks. He is of English, as well as some German, Scottish, and Swiss-German, ancestry. Marshall spent his early childhood being shoved ...

Flea

Actor | Baby Driver

Michael Peter Balzary was born on the sixteenth of October 1962, in Melbourne, Australia. When he was four, his parents divorced and Michael, his sister Karen and his mother Patricia headed for New York; they didn't stay long and soon ended up in L.A. (in 1972), where his step-father, a jazz ...

Halston

Costume_department | God Told Me To

Born Roy Frowick Halston on April 23, 1932 in Des Moines, Iowa, Halston was a product of America's heartland. He led a classic Iowa childhood playing in soap box derby races, fishing, visiting farms, and the like. Halston took an interest in sewing from his mother, and from an early age he showed a...

Pink

Actress | Thanks for Sharing

Pink was born Alecia Beth Moore in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, and was later raised in Philadelphia. Her parents, Judith Moore (née Kugel), a nurse, and Jim Moore, a Vietnam veteran, divorced when she was very young. Her mother is from an Ashkenazi Jewish family, while her father has Irish, German, ...

Moby

Soundtrack | The Saint

Richard Melville Hall was born September 11, 1965, in the Manhattan, New York City, in the Harlem neighborhood to Elizabeth McBride (née Warner) and James Frederick Hall. His mother was a medical secretary and his father a professor of chemistry. The nickname Moby was assigned by his father, and ...

Morrissey

Soundtrack | Shaun of the Dead

Steven Patrick Morrissey was born in Davyhulme, Manchester, England, UK. At a very early age, he took an interest in writing. His top priority was poetry, though he would have his biography on James Dean, "James Dean Is Not Dead", published by his early 20s. His literary influences ranged from ...

Xzibit

Actor | Derailed

Xzibit was born in Detroit, where he lived until his mother passed away when he was only nine years old. At the age of ten, he began to rap, very personally because of the loss of his mother. At the age of 14, he got into trouble and was removed from his home for two years after his father refused ...

Twiggy

Actress | The Boy Friend

Twiggy is a top model of the late 1960s, who made skinny an "inny", along with other famous skinny models such as Jean Shrimpton ("The Shrimp"), Veruschka von Lehndorff, and Penelope Tree ("The Tree"). She was born Leslie Hornby on September 19, 1949, in Twickenham, Middlesex, England, one of three...

Nas

Soundtrack | Belly

Nas, born Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones on September 14, 1973, is the son of Olu Dara, an unconventional jazz musician. At age nine he was a member of the Devastatin' Seven in the mid-1980s, the fruits of which can be heard on his 1994 debut, "Illmatic," which was released on Columbia/SME later that ...

Topol

Actor | Fiddler on the Roof

He was from a family of five with his father a plasterer and mother a sewing machinist. The family shared a 2 room flat with a family of 4. In 1963 he made the film 'Salah' playing an old man which led to him being chosen for 'Fiddler on the Roof'

Liberace

Soundtrack | Misery

Most remembered for his extravagant costumes and trademark candelabra placed on the lids of his flashy pianos, Liberace was loved by his audiences for his music talent and unique showmanship. He was born as Wladziu Valentino Liberace on May 16, 1919, into a musical family, in Wisconsin. His mother, ...

Nelly

Soundtrack | The Longest Yard

Nelly went to Spain with his father, Air Force Man Cornall Haynes Sr., until he was 3 years old, then moved to St. Louis. Nelly's folks struggled financially and split up when he was 7. As the youngest child in the neighborhood he grew up getting into trouble with the big kids. As a result he ended...

Prince

Soundtrack | Under the Cherry Moon

Prince Rogers Nelson was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Mattie Shaw, a jazz singer and social worker, and John L. Nelson, a lyricist and pianist. His father's stage name was "Prince Rogers". His parents were both from African-American families from Louisiana. They separated during his youth, ...

Shakira

Soundtrack | Zootopia

Shakira Isabel Mebarak Ripoll was born on February 2, 1977 in Barranquilla, Colombia to Nidia del Carmen Mebarak (née Ripoll Torrado) & William Alberto Mebarak Chadid. She is of Lebanese, Spanish & Italian descent. Shakira began her musical career at the age of 12 and quickly captured fans around ...

Sinbad

Actor | Jingle All the Way

Sinbad was born in Benton Harbor, Michigan to two parents, Louise and the Baptist Rev. Dr. Donald Beckley Adkins and was then known as David Adkins. He is primarily known as an actor and somewhat a writer and proved his comedic acting style in House Guest (1994), Jingle All the Way (1996), First ...

Vanity

Actress | The Last Dragon

Vanity was a glamorous Canadian model and lead singer of the all-girl group "Vanity 6". She specialized in playing sultry female characters often in trouble with the law.

Vanity was born Denise Katherine Matthews in Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada, the daughter of Helga Senyk and James Levia Matthews...

Rihanna

Actress | Battleship

Rihanna was born Robyn Rihanna Fenty on February 20, 1988 in St. Michael, Barbados and raised in Bridgetown, Barbados to Monica Braithwaite, an accountant & Ronald Fenty, a warehouse supervisor. Her mother is Afro-Guyanese and her father is of Afro-Barbadian and British Isles ancestry (known as "...

Ciara

Actress | That's My Boy

Ciara Princess Harris was born on October 25, 1985 in Killeen, Texas to Jackie Harris (née Smith) & Carlton Clay Harris. Due to her father being in the United States Army, she grew up on army bases in Germany, New York, Utah, California, Arizona & Nevada. During her teens, Ciara and her family ...

Maxwell

Soundtrack | Life

Maxwell was born on May 23, 1973 in Brooklyn, New York, USA as Maxwell Rivera. He is an actor and composer, known for Life (1999), Little Man (2006) and Girls Trip (2017).

Mo'Nique

Actress | Precious

Mo'Nique received a standing ovation when she stepped on stage for the first time in her hometown of Baltimore, Maryland, giving her confidence to pursue a career as a stand-up comedian. After numerous stand-up performances, she took a leap forward with one of the starring roles in The Parkers (...

Aaliyah

Soundtrack | Romeo Must Die

Talented. Beautiful. Modest. These three words described R&B singer-turned-actress Aaliyah perfectly.

Aaliyah Dana Haughton was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Diane (Hankerson) and Michael Haughton. Her uncle was music manager Barry Hankerson and her brother is director Rashad Haughton. Aaliyah was ...

Zendaya

Actress | Spider-Man: Homecoming

Zendaya (which means "to give thanks" in the language of Shona) is an American actress and singer born in Oakland, California. She began her career appearing as a child model working for Macy's, Mervyns and Old Navy. She was a backup dancer before gaining prominence for her role as Rocky Blue on ...

Adele

Soundtrack | Skyfall

Adele Laurie Blue Adkins (born May 5, 1988) is a British singer-songwriter who has sold millions of albums worldwide and won a total of 15 Grammys as well as an Oscar. Adele's first two albums, 19 and 21, earned her critical praise and a level of commercial success unsurpassed among her peers. ...

Chayanne

Soundtrack | Dance with Me

Elmer Figueroa de Arce, better known as Chayanne, was born in Puerto Rico, the third of five siblings. He is married to Venezuelan Mariana Elizabeth "Marilisa" Maronesa de Figueroa, with whom he has a son, Lorenzo Valentino and a daughter, Isadora Sofia. Chayanne debuted as a singer at ten years of...

Maila Nurmi

Actress | Vampira

The original glamour ghoul herself, "Vampira", of late night 1950s television, was actually born Maila Syrjäniemi (later changed to the easier surname Nurmi) on December 11, 1922 in Petsamo, Finland. Her uncle was the multiple Olympic medal runner Paavo Nurmi. Maila arrived in the United States ...

Lucero

Actress | Zapata - El sueño del héroe

Lucero was born in Mexico City on August 29, 1969. She is the daughter of Lucero León and Antonio Hogaza and has one brother, Antonio. She first appeared in TV when she was 10, and her first TV starring role, Chispita (1982), was when she was 13.

Mr. T

Actor | Rocky III

Mr. T was born Laurence Tureaud on 21 May 1952, in the rough south side ghetto of Chicago. He is the second to youngest of twelve children (he has four sisters and seven brothers) and grew up in the housing projects. His father, Nathaniel Tureaud, left when Laurence was 5, and his mother raised the...

Wynonna Judd

Soundtrack | Lilo & Stitch

Wynonna Judd was raised in various places across the country, beginning in her birth state of Kentucky. As her mother Naomi Judd continued pursuing her nursing career, the Judd family settled twice in California and later full-time in Kentucky. In 1979, Wynonna, Naomi and younger half-sister Ashley...

Known simply as "Wynonna"

Asin Thottumkal

Actress | Ghajini

Asin was born in Cochin, Kerala, India in the Malayalam-speaking Thottumkal family which consists of her businessman dad, Joseph, and mom, Dr. Seline, who practices in Ernakulam. She attended Naval Public School in Cochin, and after obtaining her Matriculation, was enrolled in St. Theresa's Higher ...

Donovan

Soundtrack | Children of Men

Donovan Philips Leitch was born May 10, 1946, in Glasgow, Scotland. Music was always part of his home life, with both traditional Scottish/Irish songs at family and local celebrations, and popular music through radio and live performances. When Donovan was ten his family moved south to England, ...

Dido

Soundtrack | 127 Hours

Dido was born on December 25, 1971 in Kensington, London, England as Florian Cloud De Bounevialle Armstrong. She is an actress and composer, known for 127 Hours (2010), Crossroads (2002) and Love Actually (2003). She has been married to Rohan Gavin since 2010. They have one child.

Imanol

Actor | Código postal

Imanol was born in Mexico City. His father introduced him to the theater at the early age of 2 in the musical "Que Planton". Later Imanol showed much interest in his father's work and decided to try it. He participated in Chiquilladas (1982), Plaza Sésamo (1972), and at the age of 9, got his...

Kiara

Actress | Amantes de Luna Llena

Kiara was born on May 14, 1963 in Barquisimeto, Venezuela as Gloria Sabrina Gómez Delgado. She is an actress, known for Amantes de Luna Llena (2000), Macarena (1992) and Piel Salvaje (2016). She has been married to Pascuale Tuffano since 2000. She was previously married to Alejandro Sucre and Marco...

Selena

Actress | Don Juan DeMarco

Selena was born in Lake Jackson, Texas, 50 miles southeast of Houston, to Abraham Quintanilla Jr. and Marcella Quintanilla. Abraham opened a Mexican restaurant, Papagayo, in Lake Jackson. Selena was 9 years old when her father discovered her talent for singing. He formed a band consisting of Selena...

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By Gemtracks StaffMar 27th, 2021

Who needs a last name when you're famous? Many singers and artists choose a single distinctive stage name so that they can stand out. Mononymous singers gain a lot more recognition if they are addressed by one name. There are and have been many singers, male and female, who have done this. Some use their given names as their stage name, others use their surnames, and many more use names they have invented themselves. Some were even childhood nicknames.

Here is a list of the top singer mononyms. Which one is your favourite?

Prince

Prince

With 150 million records sold worldwide, Prince deserves his place at the top of this list. Son of a jazz singer and a songwriter, Prince was named after his father, John Nelson's stage name: Prince Rogers. Nelson used this name while touring with the Prince Rogers Trio before passing it on to his son, who preferred to be called Skipper as a child. Nelson gave his son this name because he wanted the boy to do everything he wanted to do. Well, he certainly did that and more. Generally regarded as one of the greatest musical artists of his generation, Prince dabbled in a huge variety of genres and produced an astonishing 39 studio albums between 1975-2016 (never mind all the unreleased projects locked in his vault).

P!nk

P!nk

Alecia Beth Moore released her first album Can't Take Me Home in 2000. It went double platinum while two of its singles hit the top ten on Billboard's Hot 100. She would go on to sell over 90 million records worldwide and counting. Before becoming a musician she trained in competitive gymnastics, but she always had an ear for music and quickly developed a distinctive singing voice and songwriting skills. When she was 14 she began performing around Philadelphia and first started using the mononym Pink, apparently taking in from the Quentin Tarantino character Mr. Pink from Reservoir Dogs. It was a nickname she had been using for a while by then, but it sure has stuck. At age 16 LaFace Records signed Pink as part of an R&B group that called themselves Choice, but eventually, only Pink would prevail and signed a solo contract with LaFace in 1999 to begin working on her breakthrough debut.

Rihanna

Rihanna

Rihanna is Robyn Fenty's middle name. Born in Barbados, Rihanna was discovered by Evan Rogers who helped get her a record deal with Def Jam in 2005. After bringing Rihanna stateside to record some demo tracks, Rihanna caught the ear of nonother than Jay-Z, then CEO of Def Jam Recordings. Pon de Replay was the song that Jay-Z first heard and he was adamant about signing the young singer, reportedly keeping her in his office until 3 AM while lawyers drew up the contracts so that she couldn't sign with anyone else. Pon de Replay was her debut single, released in May 2005, and was the first appearance of her mononym 'Rihanna', a name which would continue to top the charts in the years to come. She has since sold over 250 million records, earned 14 number one hits, 9 Grammy's, and has a net worth of over half a billion dollars. Not bad for her humble start as an aspiring singer from Bridgetown.

Cher

Cher

Cherilyn Sarkisian first began going by the moniker Cher with the release of the pop duo Sonny & Cher's first single I Got You Babe in 1965, where it spent three weeks at the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. After the huge success of the single, the pair quickly put an album together to take advantage of chart-topping single. The two would release several chart-topping records and singles until they split up in the mid-70s. But that didn't stop Cher. She would go on to sell 100 million records, win a slew of awards, and become one of the best-selling musicians of all time. By the late 70s, she had amassed multiple surnames from her two marriages, and in 1978 she legally changed her name to Cher from Cherilyn Sarkisian La Piere Bono Allman. She would continue to use the mononym throughout her outstanding career and eventually would become one of the only artists to have a No. 1 single in every decade since the 1960s.

Madonna

Madonna

How could Madonna be known otherwise? Madonna Loise Ciccone began using the singular moniker after having to find a name for her debut album. Originally the 1983 record was to be named Lucky Star but it was thought that calling it Madonna would give it the heft of star power. Born in Michigan, Madonna was obviously a gifted individual from an early age. But she knew what she wanted and moved to New York City in 1978 to begin pursuing a career in dance. After working her way through a few rock bands she shot to solo stardom with her eponymous 1983 hit, and followed it will several more bestsellers. With over 300 million albums sold, Madonna is the best-selling female recording artist of all time.

Sting

Sting

Gordon Matthew Thomas Summer gained the moniker Sting while playing with the Phoenix Jazzmen during college. Bandleader Gordon Solomon thought his black and yellow striped he used to wear a black and yellow striped sweater and thought he looked like a wasp. Thus the name Sting. Apparently, the name is so stuck to him that even his children refer to him as Sting. In 1977 he moved to London from Newcastle and formed the Police, winning six Grammy Awards with their punk and reggae-inspired pop-rock. After the band broke up, Sting went on to have a successful solo career, first with the 1985 release The Dream of the Blue Turtles. He has also acted in several films and appeared in several Broadway productions.

Eminem

Eminem

Marshall Mathers's initials are, you guessed it, M.M., giving this barrier-breaking rapper his name. He used variations of this double M at the beginning of his career. In highschool Mathers and fried Mike Ruby began rapping together at age 14, adopting the names 'Manix' for Ruby and M&M for Mathers. 1988 saw him forming his first group called New Jacks where he went by MC Double M. By the time of his debut solo effort, Infinite, Mathers was using the moniker Eminem. He would go on to have a hugely successful career, winning 15 Grammy's, an Academy Award, have ten No. 1's on the Billboard 200. He is one of the best-selling music acts in the world with upwards of 220 million records sold.

Elvis

Elvis

Elvis Aaron Presley's name, image, and voice are known the world over. He was so unique and ubiquitous that he was known simply as Elvis throughout his career. One of the great figures of American popular culture, Elvis was commercially successful in several genres and holds many records and firsts. His story is just as well known as his music. Born into poverty in Tupelo, Mississippi, Presley received no formal music education but began frequenting record stores and studying what he heard. In 1953 he went into the Sun Records offices to supposedly record songs for his mother's birthday gift, but after coming back several times was finally discovered by Sam Phillips, recording his first single 'Blue Moon of Kentucky' and 'That's All Right.' Presley would first use the moniker Elvis on his second studio album, 1956's Elvis.

BeyoncÄ—

BeyoncÄ—

Not only is Beyoncé one of the best-selling solo artists of all time, but was also a member of one of the best-selling girl groups ever to grace the stage. Beyoncė was named after her mother Celestine's maiden name. Although she had already been known by the moniker while a member of Destiny's Child in the late 1990s, she would continue to use her singular first name in her solo career as well, beginning with her first single 'Work It Out' recorded for Austin Powers in Goldmember. While the list of her accolades is endless, including 24 Grammy Awards (2nd most wins ever for a female artist), it's her name that will surely go down in history.

Adele

Adele has gone by her first name since her debut album 19, which was released in 2008, following in the tradition of first-name mononyms like Elvis, Beyoncé, Madonna, and Selena. Her second studio album, 21 would be certified platinum seventeen times and is the fourth-best selling album ever in the UK, and the worldwide best-selling album for both 2011 and 2012. She would go on to record the theme song for 2012's 'Skyfall', the theme for the 23rd James Bond film of the same name. Her third album 25 was equally successful, although not as critically acclaimed, but it broke several first-week sales records and would earn her five Grammy Awards. She has a son by Simon Konecki who was born in 2012, and her experiences of motherhood and relationships have inspired most of her songwriting.

Shakira

Shakira

Although she was born in Colombia, her father's family originated from Lebanon. It is from the Arabic word 'grateful' from which she gets her name, Shakira. She grew up the youngest member of a Catholic family with eight half-siblings. After asking for a typewriter for Christmas, aged seven, Shakira began writing poetry which would later turn into songs. Combined with early exposure to Arabic music and belly dancing, she decided early that she had a passion for performance and would release her first album, 1991's Magia, when she was only 13 years old. She would continue to release Spanish language albums throughout the 1990s to increasing success until she 2001's English language Laundry Service. Featuring the smash hit 'Whenever, Wherever' she began to top the record charts in many countries, peaking at No. 3 on the Billboard 200. She has gone on to sell over 80 million records and is one of the best-selling Latino artists in the world.

Bono

Irish-born singer-songwriter Paul David Hewson went through several elaborate nicknames until Bono stuck. As a kid, he was a member of a street gang that had a penchant for nicknames and he was first known variously as 'Steinhegvanhuysenolegbangbangbang', 'Huyseman', 'Bon Murray', and 'Bono Vox of O'Connell Steer'. Bonovox is Latin for 'good voice', and eventually, this was shortened to Bono. Like Sting, Bono has said that even close friends and family call him by his moniker. As a member of U2 he has released 14 studio albums, and with about 170 million records sold, and 22 Grammys, they are one of the best-selling bands in history.

Usher

Usher was born Usher Raymond IV in Dallas, Texas. He would tour and record under the name Usher beginning with his debut album Usher from 1994. His second album My Way stayed at the top of the Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop for three weeks, and peak at No. 4 on the Billboard 200. His album Confessions is generally regarded as one of the great solo albums of the 2000s, and he has achieved success in several areas other than music, including acting and various business ventures inside the music industry and out. Usher is also part owner of the Cleveland Cavaliers NBA team.

Selena

Selena

The 'Queen of Tejano music' or the 'Tejano Madonna' sits high in the ranks of the most influential Latin artists ever and was one of the first Latin artists to find breakout success in the mainstream music market. She was known simply as 'Selena' even before her debut solo studio album of the same name. The album opened the doors for her international popularity, which was solidified by her third album Entre a Mi Mundo. The album was ranked by Billboard as the second best-selling Mexican album ever, and the first album by a female singer from that area to sell over 300,000 copies. She held this record until the release of her fourth album Amor Prohibido. Selena was tragically murdered by the former manager of her beauty-boutiques, Yolanda Saldívar. Shortly after her death, the album would be certified thirty-six times platinum, a record that held until the release of her posthumous album Dreaming of You.

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List of one-word stage names

Wikipedia list article

This is a list of notable people best known by a stage name consisting of a single word.

This list does not include the many famous people who are commonly referred to by their surname (e.g., Liberace, Mantovani, Morrissey, Mozart, Shakespeare); it is quite common and regular for surnames to be used to identify historic and pop culture figures.

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  • A*M*E (born 1994), British singer and songwriter
  • Aadhi (born 1982), Indian actor
  • Aaliyah (1979–2001), American singer
  • Aamani (born 1973), Indian actress
  • Aaradhna (born 1983), New Zealand singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Aarathi (born 1954), Indian actress and producer
  • Aarthi (born 1985), Indian film actress and television host
  • Aasim (born 1979), American rapper
  • Abbas (born 1975), Indian actor
  • Abdominal (born 1974), Canadian rapper
  • Abhirami (born 1983), Indian actress
  • Abigail, English singer
  • Abigail (born 1946), Australian television actress
  • Above (born 1981), American street artist
  • Abyale, French singer
  • Abyss (born 1973), American wrestler
  • Aceyalone (born 1970), American rapper
  • Adamo (born 1943), Belgian-Italian singer
  • Adamski (born 1967), English music producer
  • Adassa (born 1987), American singer-songwriter
  • Addictiv (born 1984), American singer-songwriter
  • Adeeb (1934–2006), Pakistani actor
  • Adele (born 1988), English singer-songwriter
  • Aderet (born 1976), Israeli entertainer
  • Adeva (born 1960), American musician
  • Adeyto (born 1976), French singer-songwriter, actress and director
  • Adira (born 1991), Malaysian singer
  • Adithyan (1954–2017), Indian film score and soundtrack composer
  • Aeone (born 1959), British singer-songwriter
  • Afra (born 1980), Japanese beatboxer
  • Afrob (born 1977), Italian-born German rapper
  • Afrojack (born 1987), Dutch music producer and DJ
  • Afroman (born 1974), American rapper and musician
  • Agallah (aka 8-Off, Swagallah; born 1974), American rapper and record producer
  • Agha (1914–1992), Indian Bollywood actor
  • Ahlam (born 1969), Arab singer
  • Ai (born 1981), Japanese-American singer
  • Aidonia (born 1981), Jamaican musician
  • Aiko (born 1975), Japanese pop singer-songwriter
  • Ailyn (born 1982), Spanish singer
  • AiM (born 1975), Japanese voice actress and singer
  • Aisha (born 1962), English singer
  • Aja (1963–2006), American dancer and pornographic actress and director
  • Ajdar (born 1973), Turkish singer-songwriter
  • Ajeesh, Indian singer
  • Ajith (born 1971), Indian Tamil actor
  • Ajoo (born 1990), South Korean singer
  • Akala (born 1983), British rap and hip hop artist
  • Akam (born 1993), Canadian wrestler
  • Akarova (1904–1999), Belgian dancer and choreographer
  • Akhenaton (born 1968), French rapper and producer
  • Akir, American hip hop artist and producer
  • Akon (born 1973), Senegalese hip-hop artist
  • Ákos (born 1968), Hungarian singer-songwriter
  • Akrobatik, American rapper
  • Akufen, Canadian electronic musician
  • Alamgir (born 1955), Pakistani singer
  • Alan (born 1973), Mexican actor and singer
  • alan (born 1987), Chinese singer
  • Alaska (born 1963), Spanish-Mexican singer
  • Albela (1941–2004), Pakistani actor
  • ALB, French electro-pop musician
  • Alberte (born 1963), Danish singer and actress
  • Alesso (born 1991), Swedish DJ, record producer and musician
  • Alex (born 1978), Danish singer, songwriter and actor
  • Alexandra (1942–1969), German singer
  • Alexia (born 1967), Italian singer
  • Alexis (born 1968), German singer
  • Alexis & Fido, Puerto Rican reggaeton duo
  • Aleyn, English composer
  • Alfio (born 1978), Italian-Australian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Algérino, or L'Algérino (born 1980), French rapper of Algerian descent
  • Ali (born 1967), Indian actor
  • Ali (born 1971), American rapper
  • Ali (born 1975), French rapper
  • Ali (born 1984), South Korean singer
  • Alias (1976–2018), American rapper, producer and record label founder
  • Alice (born 1954), Italian singer-songwriter and pianist
  • Alişan (born 1976), Turkish singer and actor
  • Alisha (born 1968), American singer
  • Aliyah (born 1994), Canadian wrestler
  • Alizée (born 1984), French singer
  • Alonzo (born 1982), French hip hop artist and rapper
  • Alpay (born 1935), Turkish singer
  • Alsou (born 1983), Tatar Russian singer
  • Alu, American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Alyosha (born 1986), Ukrainian singer
  • Alyth (born 1970), Scottish singer and actress
  • Amala (born 1968), Indian actress
  • Amanda (born 1985), French-born Swedish singer
  • Amandititita (born 1982), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Amar (born 1982), British-Indian singer
  • Amarfis, Dominican singer-songwriter
  • Amber (born 1970), Dutch-German singer-songwriter
  • Ambika (born 1962), Indian actress
  • A-Mei (aka A-mei, a-MEI, a MEI, Chang Hui-mei; born 1972), Taiwanese Puyuma singer-songwriter
  • Amen (born 1972), Finnish guitarist
  • Américo (born 1977), Chilean singer-songwriter
  • Ameriie (born 1980; aka Amerie), American singer, songwriter, author, actress and record producer
  • Amidou (1935–2013), Moroccan actor
  • Amil (born 1978), American rapper and singer
  • Amine, Moroccan-born French singer
  • Aminé (born 1994), American rapper
  • Amoc (born 1984), Finnish rap musician
  • Amoolya (born 1993), Indian actress
  • Amuka, American singer-songwriter
  • Anabela (born 1976), Portuguese singer and actress
  • Anacani (born 1954), Mexican-born American singer
  • Anagnorisis (born 1986), Russian-born German singer-songwriter and musician
  • Anahí (born 1983), Mexican actress and singer
  • Anaida, Indian entertainer
  • Anaís (born 1984), Dominican-Puerto Rican singer
  • Anamor, Italian singer and actress
  • Anari (born 1970), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Anasol (born 1976), Argentine-born Colombian pop singer
  • Anastacia (born 1968), American singer and songwriter
  • Andrade (born 1989), Mexican wrestler
  • Aneka (born 1954), Scottish singer
  • Anelia (born 1982), Bulgarian singer
  • Anémone (1950–2019), French actress, filmmaker and political activist
  • Angel (born 1988), American singer
  • Angel (born 1987), English singer-songwriter
  • Angèle (born 1995), Belgian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Angelica (born 1972), American singer
  • Angélica (born 1973), Brazilian singer, actress and TV hostess
  • Angelyne (born 1958), American model
  • Anggun (born 1974), Indonesian singer-songwriter
  • Angham (born 1972), Egyptian singer, record producer and actress
  • Ania (born 1981), Polish singer and composer
  • Aniki (1969–2018), American model and pornographic film actor
  • Anita (born 1960), Austrian singer
  • Anitta (born 1993), Brazilian singer, songwriter, actress, dancer and businesswoman
  • Anjali (born 1982), Indian actress and model
  • Anjani (born 1959), American singer-songwriter and pianist
  • Anjulie, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Anjuman, Pakistani actress
  • Anna (born 1987), Japanese-born American singer
  • Annabella (1909–1996), French film actress
  • Annabelle (born 1967), French singer and actress
  • Annapoorna, Indian actress
  • Annie (born 1977), Norwegian singer and DJ
  • Anniela (born 1990), Swedish pop singer
  • Annupamaa (born 1968), Indian singer
  • Anodajay (born 1977), Canadian rapper
  • Anouk (born 1975), Dutch singer
  • Anoushka (born 1960), Egyptian singer
  • Anquette (born 1972), American rapper
  • Anri (born 1961), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ant, American hip hop producer
  • Ant (born 1967), American comedian and actor
  • Antoine (born 1944), French singer
  • Antoinette (born 1970), American rapper
  • Anuj, Indian-born Australian singer
  • Anwar (born 1949), Indian singer
  • Anza (born 1976), Japanese musician, singer and actress
  • Aoife, Irish singer and composer
  • Apache (d. 2010), American rapper
  • Apathy (born 1979), American rapper and producer
  • Apex, British musician
  • Aphrodite, British DJ and producer
  • Appa (born 1983), Dutch rapper
  • Aqualung (born 1972), English singer-songwriter
  • Arabesque (born 1981), Canadian rapper
  • Aramary, Japanese singer and voice actress
  • Aranza (born 1971), Mexican singer and TV presenter
  • Arash (born 1977), Iranian-Swedish entertainer
  • Arata (born 1974), Japanese actor
  • Arcángel (born 1986), Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, rapper and actor
  • Archana, Indian actress
  • Aref (born 1941), Iranian singer
  • Ares (born 1973), Norwegian singer and musician
  • Argenis (born 1986), Mexican wrestler
  • Aria, American singer-songwriter and actress
  • Aril (born 1985), Malaysian singer, actor, dancer and television host
  • Arisa (born 1982), Italian singer
  • Arletty (1898–1992), French model, singer, and actress
  • Armand, singer
  • Arrow (1954–2010), West Indian singer-songwriter
  • Aruray (born 1920), Filipina actress
  • Arya (born 1980), Kerala-born Indian actor
  • Aṣa (born 1982), Nigerian singer-songwriter
  • Ásgeir (born 1992), Icelandic singer
  • Ashanti (born 1980), American singer-songwriter
  • Ashe (born 1993), American singer and songwriter
  • Ashley (born 1975), Puerto Rican singer
  • Ashok (born 1981), Indian actor
  • Asin (born 1985), Indian actress and dancer
  • Aslyn, American singer-songwriter
  • Asmahan (1912–1944), Syrian singer, actress
  • Assia (born 1973), French singer
  • Assol (born 1993), Ukrainian singer
  • Astro (born 1957) British rapper
  • Asuka (born 1981), Japanese wrestler
  • Asya (born 1965), Turkish singer-songwriter
  • Ateed, German singer
  • Atlantis (born 1962), Mexican wrestler
  • Auburn, American singer
  • Aurora (born 1996), Norwegian singer-songwriter
  • Averno (born 1977), Mexican wrestler
  • Avicii (1989–2018), Swedish EDM DJ, remixer, and record producer
  • Avra, Greek-Australian singer-songwriter, actress, dancer and producer
  • Awie (born 1968), Malaysian singer, actor
  • Awkwafina (born 1989), American actress, rapper
  • Axel (born 1977), Argentine singer-songwriter
  • Axwell (born 1977), Swedish DJ and record producer
  • Ayaka (born 1987), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ayana, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ayane, Japanese singer
  • Ayshea,(born 1948), English singer, actress and television presenter
  • Ayọ (born 1980), German singer-songwriter
  • AZ (born 1972), American rapper
  • Azad (born 1974), Iranian-born German-Kurdish rapper
  • Azekel, Nigerian born British singer-songwriter, musician and producer
  • Azis (born 1978), Bulgarian singer
  • Azu (born 1981), Japanese singer

B[edit]

  • Badshah (born 1984), Indian rapper
  • B-Real (born 1970), American rapper
  • Baauer (born 1989), American record producer
  • Baaziz (more detailed article in French) (born c. 1963), Algerian-born Berber singer
  • Babalu (1942–1998), Filipino actor and comedian
  • Babatunde (born 1988), Polish wrestler
  • Babita (born 1948), Indian actress
  • Babydaddy (born 1976), American musician
  • Babyface (born 1958), American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Bacchelli (born 1952), Spanish singer
  • Bada (born 1980), South Korean singer
  • Baekhyun (born 1992), South Korean singer and actor
  • Bahadoor (1930–2000), Indian comedian
  • Bahamadia, American hip hop artist, DJ, and emcee
  • Bahamas (born 1981), Canadian musician
  • Bajka (born 1978), Indian-born German singer-songwriter and producer
  • Bakermat (born 1991), Dutch DJ and music producer
  • Bala (born 1982), Indian actor
  • Balvaz (born 1970), Norwegian musician
  • Bangkay (1947–2018), Filipino actor
  • BANKS (born 1988), American singer-songwriter
  • Bapu (1933–2014), Indian film director
  • Barbara (1930–1997), French singer
  • Barbette (1899–1973), American performer and trapeze artist
  • Baron (1838–1920), French actor and singer
  • Barzin, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Bashy (born 1985), British hip hop artist
  • Basia (born 1954), Polish singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Basim (born 1992), Danish singer
  • Basshunter (born 1984), Swedish singer-songwriter and producer
  • Bassima (born 1973), Lebanese singer
  • Basto (born 1975), Belgian record producer, musician and DJ
  • Batista (born 1969), American wrestler
  • Battlecat (born 1968), American hip hop producer
  • Bayianteras (1903–1985), Greek singer and composer
  • Bayley (born 1989), American wrestler
  • beabadoobee (born 2000), Filipino-British indie singer-songwriter
  • Beans (born 1971), American hip hop artist and producer
  • Beauregarde (born 1936), American wrestler and musician
  • Beaver (1951–2010), New Zealand singer
  • Bebe (born 1978), Spanish singer and actress
  • Becca (born 1989), American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Beck (born 1970), American musician
  • Becky (born 1984), Japanese TV personality
  • Bedders (born 1961), English musician, songwriter and composer
  • Beefy (born 1985), American rapper and webcomic artist
  • Beenzino (born 1987), South Korean rapper
  • Belchior (born 1946), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Belinda (born 1989), Spanish-born Mexican singer-songwriter and actress
  • Belladonna (born 1981), American pornographic actress
  • Belly (born 1984), Canadian rapper
  • BélO (born 1979), Haitian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Ben (born 1981), German singer-songwriter, occasional voice actor and TV host
  • Ben (born 1991), South Korean singer
  • Bénabar (born 1969), French singer-songwriter
  • Bender (1980–2018), Canadian underground hip hop artist
  • Bengü (born 1979), Turkish singer
  • Beni (born 1986), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Bentot (1928–1986), Filipino comedian
  • Benzino (born 1965), American hip hop artist, media executive, and record producer
  • Bera (born 1994), Georgian albino rapper
  • Beret (born 1996), Spanish singer
  • Bernadette (born 1959), Dutch singer
  • Berri (born 1974), English singer
  • Beth (born 1981), Spanish singer and actress
  • Beto (1967–2010), Portuguese singer
  • Betzaida (born 1981), American singer
  • Beyoncé (born 1981), American singer and songwriter
  • Bez (born 1964), English percussionist, dancer, media personality and comedian
  • Bhavatharini, Indian singer and music director
  • Bhavya (born 1966), Indian actress
  • Bïa, Brazilian-born French singer
  • Bibie (born 1957), Ghanaian singer
  • Bigflo, French rapper
  • Bilal (born 1979), American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Bilal (born 1983), Lebanese singer
  • Bindu (born 1951), Indian actress
  • Biquardus, French composer
  • Birdman (born 1969), American rapper
  • Biyouna (born 1952), Algerian singer, dancer and actress
  • Bizarre (born 1976), American hip hop artist
  • Bizniz (born 1982), South Korean rapper and singer
  • Björk (born 1965), Icelandic singer-songwriter, actress, and record producer
  • Blaaze (born 1975), Indian rap artist and singer
  • Black (1962–2016), British singer-songwriter
  • Bladee (born 1994), Swedish rapper
  • Blanche (born 1999), Belgian singer
  • Blaqstarr (born 1985), American rapper, singer, producer and DJ
  • Bleubird, American rap artist
  • Bligg (born 1976), Swiss rapper
  • Blinky (born 1944), American singer
  • Blowfly (born 1945), American singer-songwriter, comedian and rapper
  • Blu (born 1983), American rapper
  • Blueprint, American rapper and hip hop producer
  • Blumio, German rapper
  • BoA (born 1986), South Korean pop singer
  • Bobbito (born 1967), American DJ and member of the Rock Steady Crew
  • Bobby, Bangladeshi film actress and producer
  • Bobina (born 1982), Russian trance DJ, record producer and radio host
  • Bocafloja (born 1978), Mexican MC and spoken word artist
  • Bojoura (born 1947), Dutch singer
  • Bombolo (1931–1987), Italian actor and comedian
  • Bones (stylized as BONES; born 1994), American rapper
  • Bono (born 1960), Irish singer-songwriter
  • Bonvi (1941–1995), Italian comic book artist
  • Booba (born 1976), French rapper
  • Boondox, American rapper
  • Borgeous, American DJ and producer
  • Borgore (born 1987), Israeli producer and DJ
  • Boris (born 1965), French singer-songwriter
  • Borlet, French composer
  • Boss (born 1969), American rapper
  • Bossman (born 1983), American rapper
  • Bosson (born 1969), Swedish singer-songwriter
  • Bourvil (1917–1970), French actor and singer
  • Bowzer (born 1947), American singer
  • Brädi (born 1979), Finnish hip hop artist
  • Braguinha (1907–2006), Brazilian songwriter and singer
  • Brahmanandam (born 1956), Indian actor and comedian
  • Brainpower (born 1975), Belgium-born Dutch rapper
  • Braintax, British hip hop artist and producer
  • Branco, Danish rapper
  • Brandy, American recording artist and entertainer
  • Brassaï (1899–1984), Hungarian photographer and filmmaker
  • Braulio (born 1946), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Breakage, British electronic producer and DJ
  • Breakbot (born 1981), French producer and DJ
  • Brendon, British singer
  • Bricktop (1894–1984), American dancer, jazz singer, and vaudevillian
  • Brisco (born 1983), American rapper
  • BriTANicK, American internet sketch comedy duo
  • Broery (1944–2000), Indonesian singer
  • Brolle (born 1981), Swedish singer and musician
  • Buckethead (born 1969), American musician
  • Buckwheat (1931–1980), American child actor
  • Bukkcity (born 1980), Australian-born American rapper
  • Busdriver (born 1978), American rapper
  • Bushido (born 1978), German rapper
  • Bussunda (1962–2006), Brazilian TV comedian
  • Butterscotch (born 1985), American singer and pianist
  • Byul (born 1983), South Korean singer
  • Byz (born 1984), Swedish hip hop musician

C[edit]

  • Cadenet (1160–1235), French-Spanish composer
  • Cage (born 1973), American rapper
  • Cali (born 1968), French singer-songwriter
  • Calogero (born 1971), French singer
  • Cam (born 1984), American singer
  • Camané (born 1967), Portuguese singer
  • Chameleone (born 1979), Ugandan DJ and AfroBeat artiste and musician reggae
  • Camelia (born 1974), Malaysian singer and model
  • Camilla (born 1984), English singer and actress
  • Camille (born 1978), French singer-songwriter and actress
  • Camoflauge (1981–2003), American rapper
  • Cam'ron (born 1976), American rapper
  • Canardo (born 1984), French rapper, singer, songwriter and music producer
  • Cancerbero (born 1977), Mexican wrestler
  • Canibus (born 1974), Jamaican-born American rapper
  • Cantinflas (1911–1993), Mexican comedian and actor
  • Canuplin (1904–1979), Filipino actor, and comedian
  • Caparezza (born 1973), Italian rapper
  • Cappadonna (born 1968), American rapper
  • Capucine (1928–1990), French actress
  • Capulina (born 1927), Mexican comedy actor
  • Caravelli (born 1930), French orchestra leader, composer and arranger
  • Cardin (born 1972), Vietnamese-born American singer and composer
  • Caribou (born 1978), Canadian musician
  • Carlos (1943–2008), French entertainer
  • Carlprit (born 1986), Zimbabwean rapper and actor
  • Carmel (born 1958), British singer
  • Carmella (born 1987), American cheerleader, dancer, fitness trainer, model and professional wrestler
  • Carminho (born 1984), Portuguese singer
  • Carpentras (1470–1548), French composer
  • Carrara, Italian singer, composer and DJ
  • Cartola (1908–1980), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Cascarita (1920–1975), Cuban singer
  • Case (born 1975), American singer
  • Cashis (born 1978), American rapper
  • Cassiane (born 1972), Brazilian singer
  • Cassidy (born 1982), American rapper
  • Cassie (born 1986), American singer
  • Castelloza, French composer
  • Caushun (born 1977), American rapper
  • Cazuza (1958–1990), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Cazwell (born 1979), American rapper and songwriter
  • Ceca (born 1973), Serbian singer
  • Cecilia, Norwegian singer
  • Cecilia (1948–1976), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Cecilia (born 1943), Chilean singer-songwriter
  • Celeda, American singer and drag performer
  • Cepillín (born 1946), Mexican television clown
  • Cesaro (born 1980), Swiss wrestler
  • Céu (born 1980), Brazilian singer-songwriter
  • Ceui, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ceza (born 1976), Turkish rapper
  • Chacrinha (1917–1988), Brazilian TV host and comedian
  • Chakri (born 1974), Indian music director and singer
  • Chakuza (born 1981), Austrian rapper
  • Chalam (1929–1989), Indian actor, comedian and director
  • Chalice (born 1983), Estonian singer and rapper
  • Cham (born 1977), Jamaican DJ, singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Chamillionaire (born 1979), American rapper
  • Chandrashekhar (1922–2021), Indian actor
  • Chanyeol (born 1992), South Korean singer/rapper
  • Chara (born 1968), Japanese singer, songwriter, musician and actress
  • Charizma (1973–1993), American MC
  • Charlene (born 1950), American singer
  • Charmion (1875–1949), American vaudeville trapeze artist and strongwoman
  • Charo (born 1951), Spanish-American entertainer
  • Charuhasan (born 1930), Indian actor
  • Charytín (born 1954), Saint Lucia-born Dominica-based singer and actress
  • Chata (born 1979), Japanese singer
  • Chaundon (born 1976), American hip-hop artist
  • Chayanne (born 1968), Puerto Rican singer
  • Cheek (born 1981), Finnish rapper
  • Chen (born 1992), South Korean singer
  • Chenoa (born 1975), Argentine-Spanish singer
  • Cher (born 1946), American entertainer
  • Cheran (born 1965), Indian actor and director
  • Cherie (born 1984), French singer
  • Cherrelle (born 1958), American singer
  • Cheryl (born 1983), English singer, songwriter and television personality
  • Chessman (born 1975), Mexican wrestler
  • Chetes (born 1979), Mexican rock musician
  • Chezidek (born 1973), Jamaican singer
  • Chiaki (born 1971), Japanese entertainer
  • Chiara (born 1976), Maltese singer
  • Chiara (born 1986), Italian singer
  • Chicane (born 1971), British musician, composer and producer
  • Chicháy (1918–1993), Filipino comedian
  • Chikezie (born 1985), American singer
  • Chilli (born 1971), American dancer, singer-songwriter, actress, and television personality
  • Chingy (born 1980), American hip-hop artist
  • Chinmayi (born 1984), Indian singer
  • Chipmunk (born 1990), English rapper and singer-songwriter
  • Chiquito (1932–1997), Filipino actor
  • Chiranjeevi (born 1955), Indian actor
  • Chisu (born 1982), Finnish singer-songwriter and producer
  • Chitragupta (1917–1991), Indian composer
  • Chloe, Australian singer-songwriter
  • Chloe (born 1987), American singer-songwriter
  • Cho (born 1993), Dutch rapper
  • Choclair (born 1975), Canadian rapper
  • Chocolat (born 1978), Japanese singer
  • Choice, American rapper
  • Chokoleit (1972–2019), Filipino comedian
  • Choppa (born 1980), American rapper
  • Chorão (1970–2013), Brazilian musician, singer, poet
  • Chouchou, Lebanese comedian, stage actor, director
  • Chrisanthos (1934–2005), Greek singer-songwriter
  • Chrispa (born 1982), Greek singer
  • Christell (born 1998), Chilean singer and musician
  • Christian (1821–1889), French actor and singer
  • Christian (born 1949), Italian singer
  • Christian (born 1973), Canadian professional wrestler
  • Christo (1935–2020), Bulgarian artist
  • Christophe (born 1945), French singer-songwriter
  • Christopher (born 1992), Danish singer
  • Chrisye (1949–2007), Indonesian singer
  • Chyna (1970–2016), American professional wrestler
  • Chynna (1994–2020), American rapper, disc jockey, and model
  • Ciara (born 1985), American singer
  • Cibelle (born 1978), Brazilian performance artist, singer-songwriter and producer
  • Cibernético (born 1975), Mexican wrestler
  • Cicciolina (born 1951), Hungarian-Italian porn star, politician, and singer
  • Cilvaringz (born 1979), Dutch rapper and hip hop producer
  • Cindy & Bert (born 1948)/(1945–2012), German vocalists
  • Cineplexx (born 1973), Argentine musician
  • Clairette (1919–2008), French-Canadian actress and singer
  • Classified (born 1978), Canadian rapper
  • Cláudya (born 1948), Brazilian singer
  • Clemens (born 1979), Danish rapper, singer, music writer, actor
  • Clémentine (born 1963), French singer-songwriter
  • Cleopatra (aka Kleopátra; born 1963), Greek singer
  • Clueso (born 1980), German singer-songwriter, rapper and producer
  • CNU (born 1991), South Korean singer and actor
  • Coba (born 1959), Japanese musician
  • Cocco (born 1977), Japanese singer
  • Coko (born 1970), American singer
  • Colette (1873–1954), French novelist
  • Colos (born 1981), Albanian-born German rapper
  • Coluche (1944–1986), French comedian and actor
  • Common (born 1972), American rapper and actor
  • Conchita (born 1980), Finnish-born Spanish singer
  • Consequence (born 1977), American rapper
  • Coolio (born 1963), American rapper
  • Coppé, Japanese singer-songwriter and music producer
  • Copywrite (born 1978), American underground hip hop artist
  • Corina, American singer
  • Corina (born 1980), Romanian singer and composer
  • Cormega (born 1973), American emcee rapper
  • Corneille (born 1977), Canadian Rwandan singer
  • Cornelius (born 1969), Japanese musician and producer
  • Cougnut (1968–2001), American rapper
  • Criolo (born 1975), Brazilian singer and rapper
  • Cristie (born 1978), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Cronos (born 1963), English heavy metal singer and bass guitarist
  • Crowbar (born 1974), American wrestler
  • Csézy (born 1979), Hungarian singer
  • Culture, Canadian rapper, reggae and hip hop artist
  • Cupcakke (born 1997), American rapper
  • Currensy (born 1981), American rapper
  • Curse (born 1978), German hip hop artist
  • Cybele (1887–1978), Greek actress
  • Cytherea (born 1981), American pornographic actress and model

D[edit]

  • D.O (born 1993), South Korean singer and actor
  • Dabo, Japanese rapper
  • Daboy (1952–2008), Filipino actor and producer
  • Dadju (born 1991), French singer
  • Dadoo (born 1976), French rapper
  • Daedelus (born 1977), American record producer
  • Daesung (born 1989), South Korean singer, MC and actor
  • Daffney (born 1975), American wrestler
  • Dagmar (1921–2001), American actress, model, and TV personality
  • Dagmar (born 1955), Puerto Rican TV host, comedian, and singer
  • Daigo (born 1978), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Dajim (born 1977), Thai hip-hop singer and rap artist
  • Daklon (born 1944), Israeli singer
  • Dalia, Egyptian singer
  • Dalida (1933–1987), Italo-French Egyptian-born singer and actress, diva
  • Damae, German model, television presenter and singer-songwriter
  • Damia (1889–1978), French singer and actress
  • Damian (born 1964), English musician and actor
  • Damso (born 1992), Belgian-Congolese rapper, singer and songwriter
  • Dana (born 1951), Irish singer
  • Dana (born 1986), South Korean singer, dancer and pianist
  • Danarto (1941–2018), Indonesian writer and artist
  • Dan-e-o (born 1977), Canadian hip hop artist and actor
  • D'Angelo (born 1974), American singer
  • Dani (born 1945), French actress and singer
  • Daniel (born 1955), Montenegro-born singer
  • Daniel (born 1968), Brazilian singer
  • Danny (born 1942), Finnish singer
  • Danny! (born 1983), American rap performer and producer
  • Danzel (born 1976), Belgian singer and musician
  • Daphné (born 1974), French singer
  • Dara (born 1984), South Korean singer, singer and actress
  • Dappy (born 1987), English-born Greek rapper, singer and actor
  • Darin (born 1987), Swedish singer
  • Darina (born 1980), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Darine (born 1984), Lebanese-born Swedish singer-songwriter
  • Darpan (1928–1980), Pakistani actor
  • Darude (born 1975), Finnish trance producer and DJ
  • Daryl (born 1955), American magician
  • Dataz (born 1984), Tanzanian rapper
  • Daubray (1837–1892), French actor and operetta singer
  • Dave (born 1944), Dutch-born French singer
  • Dave (born 1998), British rapper, singer and songwriter
  • Davina (born 1966), American singer and musician
  • Dax (born 1969/1970), American hip hop and smooth jazz musician and producer, film producer, and music manager
  • Daya (born 1998), American singer-songwriter
  • Dead (1969–1991), Swedish vocalist
  • Deadlee, American rapper
  • Deadmau5 (born 1981), Canadian record producer, DJ, musician, and composer
  • Deakin (born 1978), American singer and musician
  • Dean (born 1992), South Korean singer, rapper, and record producer
  • Dee, Canadian singer-songwriter, DJ, musician and producer
  • Deeba (born 1947), Pakistani actress
  • Deedar (born 1980), Pakistani actress
  • Deemi (born 1980), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Deen (born 1982), Bosnia and Herzegovina singer
  • Deesha (born 1980), Canadian singer
  • Deetah (born 1976), Chilean rapper and singer
  • Deeyah (born 1977), Norwegian singer, composer and filmmaker
  • Defconn (born 1977), South Korean rapper, comedian and MC
  • Delirious (born 1981), American wrestler
  • Délizia (born 1952), Italian-Belgian singer
  • Delkash (1924–2004), Iranian singer and actress
  • Delta (born 1985), Mexican wrestler
  • Dendemann (born 1974), German rapper
  • Denyo (born 1977), German hip hop artist
  • Désiré (1823–1873), French baritone, who created many comic roles for Offenbach
  • Desireless (born 1952), French singer
  • Des'ree (born 1968), British singer
  • Dessa (born 1981), American spoken word artist, author and MC
  • Dev (born 1989), American singer
  • Deva (born 1950), Indian composer and singer
  • Devadarshini (born 1975), Indian actress and TV anchor
  • Devayani (born 1974), Indian actress
  • Devika (1943–2002), Indian actress
  • Devon (born 1963), Canadian rapper
  • Devon (born 1977), American pornographic actress
  • Dexter (born 1973), Brazilian rapper
  • D-Flame, German hip hop and reggae musician
  • Dhamu, Indian actor and comedian
  • Dhanush (born 1978), Indian actor and singer
  • Dhany (born 1972), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Dharan (born 1983), Indian composer and music director
  • Dharmendra (born 1935), Indian actor
  • Dharshana, Indian singer
  • Diamond (born 1988), American rapper
  • Diana (born 1954), Brazilian singer
  • Diaz (born 1976), Norwegian rapper
  • Dicte (born 1966), Danish musician and songwriter
  • Dido (born 1971), British singer
  • Diganth (born 1983), Indian actor and model
  • Dilana (born 1972), South African singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Dilba (born 1971), Turkish-born Swedish singer-songwriter of Kurdish origin
  • Dilber (born 1958), Chinese singer
  • Dileep (born 1968), Indian actor and producer
  • Dilip (c. 1955–2012), Indian actor
  • Dina (born 1956), Portuguese singer
  • Dina (born 1985), Norwegian singer
  • Dinio (born 1972), Cuban singer and pornographic actor
  • Dino (born 1963), American DJ, singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Dino (born 1948), Italian singer and actor
  • Dio (1942–2010), American heavy metal vocalist and songwriter
  • Dion (born 1939), American singer-songwriter
  • Diplo, American DJ, producer and songwriter
  • Diverse, American rapper
  • Divine (1945–1988), American transvestite actor
  • Divino, Puerto Rican reggaeton artist
  • Divyadarshini (born 1980), Indian actress and TV anchor
  • Djavan (born 1949), Brazilian singer and composer
  • DMX (1970–2021), American rapper, record producer, and actor
  • Dntel, American electronic music artist
  • Do (born 1981), Dutch singer
  • Doda (born 1984), Polish singer
  • Doddanna (born 1949), Indian actor
  • Dodie (born 1995), British singer-songwriter
  • Dolcenera (born 1977), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Dolla (1987–2009), American rapper
  • Dollarman, Grenada-born New York-based singer, songwriter, producer and musician
  • Dolphy (1928–2012), Filipino actor and comedian
  • Dominguinhos (born 1941), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Domino (born 1970), American rapper, record producer and DJ
  • Domino (born 1972), American rapper
  • Dompan (1924–2008), Swedish jazz alto saxophonist and clarinetist
  • Donatello (born 1947), Italian singer
  • Dondria (born 1987), American singer-songwriter
  • Donghae (born 1986), South Korean singer and occasional actor
  • Donovan (born 1946), Scottish singer-songwriter
  • Dora (born 1966), Portuguese singer
  • Doris (born 1947), Swedish singer
  • Dorismar (born 1975), Argentine model, actress, TV hostess and singer
  • Dorlis (born 1982), Japanese musician
  • Doro (born 1964), German singer-songwriter
  • Dorothée (born 1953), French singer and TV presenter
  • Doseone (born 1977), American emcee, artist and poet
  • Dosseh (born 1985), French rapper and singer
  • Dotan (born 1986), Dutch-Israeli singer-songwriter
  • Dottsy (born 1963), American singer
  • Double (born 1975), Japanese singer
  • Drake (born 1986), Canadian actor and rapper
  • Drama (born 1981), American rapper
  • Dranem (1869–1935), French singer and actor
  • Dregen (born 1973), Swedish musician
  • Dres (born 1967), American rapper and actor
  • Dresta (born 1971), American rapper
  • Dru, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Drupi (born 1947), Italian pop-rock singer
  • Dry (born 1977), French rapper of Congolese origin
  • Dugazon (1746–1809), French actor
  • Duilio (born 1973), Swiss singer
  • Duke, English singer-songwriter and producer
  • Dulce (born 1961), Filipina singer
  • Dumbfoundead (born 1986), Argentine-born American rapper
  • Duquende (born 1965), Spanish singer
  • Dwele (born 1978), American singer-songwriter and record producer
  • DyE, French musician
  • Dyango (born 1940), Spanish musician
  • Dynamo (born 1982), American magician and TV personality

E[edit]

  • E (born 1963), American lead singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboardist and drummer
  • Eamon (born 1984), American singer-songwriter
  • Eartha, American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Earthquake (born 1963), American actor and comedian
  • Earthquake (1963–2006), Canadian sumōtori and professional wrestler
  • Ebi (born 1949), Iranian singer
  • Edan (born 1978), American hip hop artist, emcee, DJ and record producer
  • Edge (born 1973), Canadian actor, podcaster, and professional wrestler
  • Edurne (born 1985), Spanish singer
  • Edwin (born 1968), Canadian musician
  • Eilera, French singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Eita (born 1982), Japanese actor
  • Eivør (born 1983), Faroese singer
  • Egardus, Flemish composer
  • Ektor (born 1980), Puerto Rican singer and actor
  • Elán (born 1983), Mexican singer-songwriter and pianist
  • Elastinen (born 1981), Finnish rap musician
  • Eldee (born 1977), Nigerian-American rapper and producer
  • Electrico (born 1986), Mexican wrestler
  • Electroshock (born 1970), Mexican wrestler
  • Elektra (born 1970), American retired professional wrestling valet and professional wrestler
  • Eleni (aka Eleni Tzoka; born 1956), Polish singer
  • Elias (born 1987), American wrestler and musician
  • Eliel (born 1981), Puerto Rican reggaeton producer
  • Eligh, American emcee, songwriter and record producer
  • Elisa (born 1977), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Elisa (born 1989), Japanese singer and model
  • Elissa (born 1972), Lebanese singer
  • EliZe (born 1982), Dutch singer
  • Ella (born 1966), Malaysian singer
  • Elkie (born 1998), Hong Kong singer and actress
  • Elpida (born 1950), Greek singer-songwriter
  • Elvis (1935–1977), American singer
  • eLZhi (born 1978), American rapper
  • Emade (born 1981), Polish hip hop producer
  • Emicida (born 1985), Brazilian rapper and songwriter
  • Emii, American actress, pop recording artist, and martial artist
  • Emilia (born 1978), Ethiopian-Swedish singer
  • Emilia (born 1982), Bulgarian singer
  • Emilio (1962–2016), American singer-songwriter
  • Eminem (born 1972), American rapper, songwriter, record producer, record executive, and actor
  • Emir (born 1980), Turkish pop singer
  • Emma (born 1974), Welsh singer
  • Emma (born 1989), Australian wrestler
  • Emmanuel (born 1955), Mexican singer
  • Emme (born 1963), American plus-sizesupermodel
  • Emmi, Australian singer-songwriter
  • Emmi (born 1979), Finnish singer-songwriter
  • Emmy (born 1984), Armenian singer
  • Emmy (1989–2011), Albanian singer
  • Emyli (born 1988), Japanese singer
  • Encore (born 1974), German singer
  • Engelina (born 1978), Danish singer-songwriter
  • Envy (born 1987), English rapper and MC
  • Enya (born 1961), Irish musician
  • Eon (1954–2009), British producer
  • Epaksa (born 1954), South Korean singer
  • Ephesto (born 1965), Mexican wrestler
  • Erakah, New Zealand singer
  • Ercandize (born 1981), German rapper
  • Erfan (born 1983), Iranian rapper and producer
  • Erik, British singer
  • Erik (born 1984), American wrestler
  • Eru (born 1983), American singer, musician, and composer, based in South Korea
  • Escoria (born 1980), Mexican wrestler
  • Esham, American rapper
  • Esmeray (1949–2002), Turkish singer
  • Esquerita (1935–1986), American singer
  • Esteban (born 1948), American singer
  • Estelle (born 1980), British singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, and actress
  • Esthero (born 1978), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Eternia, Canadian rapper
  • Étienne (born 1971), Canadian singer
  • Euforia (born 1974), Mexican wrestler
  • Eugene (born 1981), South Korean singer and actress
  • Eugene (born 1975), American wrestler and promoter
  • Eunhyuk (born 1986), South Korean entertainer
  • Euronymous (1968–1993), Norwegian guitarist
  • Eve (born 1978), American rapper
  • Everlast (born 1969), American rapper, singer, and songwriter
  • Evidence (born 1976), American hip hop artist and producer
  • Evil (born 1987), Japanese professional wrestler
  • Evridiki (born 1968), Cypriot singer
  • Example (born 1982), British rapper
  • Excalibur, American wrestler
  • Exile, American hip hop DJ, producer and rapper
  • Excision (musician) (born 1986), Canadian producer and EDM DJ
  • Extince (born 1967), Dutch rapper
  • Eyedea (1981–2010), American rapper
  • Ezinma (born 1991), American violinist, model music educator and film composer
  • Ezkimo (1980–2015), Finnish hip-hop musician

F[edit]

  • Fabian (born 1943), American singer and actor
  • Fabio (born 1959), Italian fashion model
  • Fabio (born 1965), British disc jockey and record producer
  • Fabo (born 1983), American rapper and producer
  • Fabolous (born 1977), American rapper
  • Fairuz sometimes Feyrouz or Fayrouz (born 1935), Lebanese singer
  • Falco (1957–1998), Austrian singer, songwriter and rapper
  • Falete (born 1978), Spanish singer
  • Fallulah (born 1985), Danish singer-songwriter
  • Falu, Indian-born American singer-songwriter
  • Fanchon (1668–1743), French operatic soprano and celebrated beauty
  • Fancy (born 1946), German singer
  • Fandango (born 1983), American professional wrestler
  • Fanfulla (1913–1971), Italian actor and comedian
  • Fanny (born 1979), French singer
  • Fantasia (born 1984), American singer
  • Fargetta (born 1962), Italian DJ, producer and composer
  • Farruko (born 1993), Puerto Rican reggaeton singer-songwriter
  • Fashawn (born 1988), American rapper
  • Fatlip (born 1969), American hip hop musician
  • Faudel (born 1978), French singer
  • Favorite (born 1986), German rapper
  • Fawni (born 1985), Austrian singer-songwriter and actress
  • Faylan, Japanese singer
  • FDAEJZ (born 1986), Filmmaker
  • Feiticeira (born 1976), Brazilian model and TV personality
  • Feloni, American rapper
  • Fénix (born 1990), Mexican wrestler
  • Fenriz (born 1971), Norwegian musician and songwriter
  • Fergie (born 1975), American singer-songwriter
  • Fernandel (1903–1971), French actor and singer
  • Ferras (born 1982), American singer-songwriter
  • Ferréz (born 1975), Brazilian rapper
  • Ferron (born 1952), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Fey (born 1973), Mexican singer
  • Feyrouz (1943–2016), Egyptian film child actress
  • Fianso (born 1986), French rapper
  • Fieldy (born 1969), American bass guitar player
  • Fiend (born 1976), American rapper
  • Finneas (born 1997), American singer-songwriter
  • Fiona (born 1961), American singer and actress
  • Fiordaliso (born 1956), Italian singer
  • Fish (born 1958), Scottish singer-songwriter and occasional actor
  • Fisz (born 1978), Polish rap artist
  • Flash (born 1981), Mexican wrestler
  • Flea (born 1962), Australian-born American musician
  • Fler (born 1982), German rapper
  • Flex (born 1980), Panamanian reggaeton artist
  • Flor (born 1984), Argentine singer
  • Florence (1749–1816), French actor
  • Flume (born 1991), Australian record producer, musician and DJ
  • F'Murr (aka F'Murrr; 1946–2018), French cartoonist and comic book writer
  • Fontaine (born 1979), American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Fosforito (born 1932), Spanish singer
  • Foxes (born 1989), British singer, songwriter and actress
  • Foxx (born 1984), American rapper
  • Franco (born 1959), Cuban singer
  • Frankee (born 1983), American singer
  • Frankmusik (born 1985), English electropop musician, singer
  • Frauenarzt (born 1978), German rapper
  • Fredwreck (born 1972), American producer
  • Free (born 1968), American rapper, singer and TV personality
  • Freebo, American bassist, tubist, guitarist, singer-songwriter, and producer
  • Freeman (born 1972), Algerian-born French hip hop artist, actor and dancer
  • Freeway (born 1977), American rapper
  • Fréhel (1891–1951), French singer and actress (also aka Pervenche)
  • Frenkie (born 1982), Bosnian rapper
  • Fugative (born 1994), British hip hop and grime artist
  • Fuko (born 1988), Japanese pornographic actress and model
  • Funaki (born 1968), Japanese–American professional wrestler and color commentator
  • Future (born 1985), Haitian-American rapper and musician

G[edit]

  • Gaahl (born 1975), Norwegian singer
  • Gabrielle (born 1969), English singer
  • Gackt (born 1973), Japanese musician, songwriter and actor
  • Gajala (born 1985), Indian actress
  • Gala (born 1975), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Galder (born 1976), Norwegian composer, musician and singer
  • Gambi, French rapper and hip hop artist
  • Game (born 1979), American rapper
  • Ganesh (born 1977), Indian actor
  • Ganeshkar (born 1978), Tamil actor and comedian
  • Garbo (born 1958), Italian singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Garou (born 1972), Canadian singer
  • Gauge (born 1980), American pornographic actress and former stripper
  • Gazebo (born 1960), Italian singer and musician
  • Gazo (born 1995), French rapper
  • Geetha (born 1962), Indian actress
  • Gemini, American rapper
  • Genevieve (1920–2004), full name Ginette Marguerite Auger, American comedian, actress, and singer–
  • Genvieve (born1987), full name Genevieve Schatz, American indie pop singer
  • Geraldo (1904–1974), British bandleader
  • Gerardo (born 1965), Ecuadorian rapper
  • Gert and Daisy, British female comedy duo
  • Ghali (born 1993), Italian rapper of Tunisian origin
  • Ghantasala (1922–1974), Indian singer and composer
  • Ghetto (born 1984), English grime artist
  • Ginger (born 1964), Solo artist and also frontman for The Wildhearts
  • Giggs (born 1981), British rapper
  • Gigi (born 1974), Ethiopian singer
  • Gilda (1961–1996), Argentine singer-songwriter
  • Gilla (born 1950), Austrian singer
  • Gilli (born 1992), Danish rapper and actor
  • Gimma, Swiss rapper
  • Ginger (born 1964), English guitarist and singer-songwriter
  • Ginuwine (born 1970), American singer, songwriter, dancer and actor
  • Giovanna (born 1945), Italian singer
  • Girija (born 1969), Indian actress
  • Gisburg (born 1966), Austrian singer
  • Gisela (born 1979), Spanish singer
  • Gisselle (born 1969), Puerto Rican singer
  • Gloria (born 1951), Irish singer
  • Gloria (born 1973), Bulgarian singer
  • Glory, Puerto Rican singer
  • Glukoza (born 1986), Russian singer
  • Glykeria (born 1953), Greek singer
  • Goapele (born 1977), American singer-songwriter
  • Godsilla (born 1984), German rapper
  • Göksel (born 1971), Turkish singer-songwriter and musician
  • Goldberg (born 1966), American wrestler, actor, and football player
  • Goldie (born 1965), English musician, DJ, visual artist and actor
  • GoldLink (born 1993), American rapper
  • Goldust (born 1969), American professional wrestler
  • Goldy (born 1969), American rapper
  • Gombloh (1948–1988), Indonesian singer and songwriter
  • Gonzaguinha (1945–1991), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Gonzales (born 1972), Canadian musician
  • Googoosh (born 1950), Iranian singer and actress
  • Gopika (born 1984), Indian actress
  • Gotye (born 1980), Belgium-born Australian multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter
  • Goundamani (born 1939), Indian film actor and comedian
  • Governor (born 1972), American singer
  • Govinda (born 1963), Indian actor
  • Graciela (1915–2010), Cuban singer
  • Gradur (born 1990), French-Congolese rapper
  • Grégoire (born 1979), French singer and composer
  • Gretchen (born 1959), Brazilian singer
  • Gribouille (1941–1968), French singer
  • Griff (born 2001), English singer and songwriter
  • Grimace, French composer
  • Grimes (born 1988), Canadian musician and singer-songwriter
  • Griot, Swiss rapper
  • Gripsta, American rapper
  • Grock (1880–1959), Swiss clown, composer and musician
  • Grooverider (born 1967), British DJ
  • Guinga (born 1950), Brazilian composer and musician
  • Gülşen (born 1976), Turkish singer-songwriter and model
  • Gülseren (born 1973), Turkish-born French singer
  • Gummy (born 1981), South Korean singer
  • Guru (1966–2010), American rapper
  • Gurukiran, Indian actor and music director
  • GZA (born 1966), American rapper and songwriter

H[edit]

  • H (born 1976), Welsh singer, dancer and stage actor
  • H.R. (born 1956), British-American singer
  • Hadise (born 1985), Belgian-born Turkish singer-songwriter, dancer and presenter
  • Hafiz (born 1990), Malaysian singer
  • Haha (born 1979), South Korean entertainer
  • Haiducii (born 1977), Romanian musician, songwriter, model and actress
  • Hakim (born 1962), Egyptian singer
  • Hakimakli, French DJ
  • Halloween (born 1971), Mexican wrestler
  • Hallowicked (born 1981), American wrestler
  • Halna (born 1980), Japanese singer
  • Halsey (born 1994), American singer-songwriter
  • Halston (1932–1990), American fashion designer
  • Hamsalekha (born 1951), Indian music director and lyricist
  • Hamuchtar (born 1971), Israeli singer, actor and director
  • Hamza (born 1994), Belgian-Moroccan rapper, singer and beatmaker
  • Hanayo (born 1970), Japanese musician and actress
  • Hani (born 1992), South Korean singer and entertainer
  • Hannah (born 1978), Australian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Hariharan (born 1955), Indian singer
  • Harini (born 1979), Indian film playback singer and classical singer
  • Harisu (born 1975), South Korean transsexual/transgender singer, model, and actress
  • Harpo (born 1950), Swedish singer, musician and actor
  • Harvey (born 1951), American radio and TV personality
  • Harvey (aka MC Harvey, Harvey; born Michael Harvey Jr.), MC
  • Haspop (born 1977), French stage director, choreographer and dancer
  • Hatik (born 1992), French rapper and actor
  • Hayden (born 1971), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Hayedeh (aka Haideh, Haydeh; 1942–1990), Iranian singer of Persian classical and pop music
  • Haystak (born 1973), American rapper
  • Haytana (born 1979), Ukrainian singer-songwriter
  • Headliner (born 1967), American rapper and DJ
  • Heath (born 1968), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Heino (born 1938), German singer
  • Heinrich, German singer-songwriter
  • Heinz (1942–2000), German-born English bassist and singer
  • Heklina, American actor, drag queen, and entrepreneur
  • Helen (born 1939), Indian actress and dancer
  • Hemlata (born 1954), Indian playback singer
  • Hergé (1907–1983), Belgian comics writer and artist
  • Hero (born 1986), South Korean entertainer
  • Hervé (1825–1892), French singer, composer and conductor
  • Hervé (born 1980), British DJ and producer
  • Hichkas (born 1985), Iranian rap artist
  • hide (1964–1998), Japanese musician
  • Hildegarde (1906–2005), American cabaret singer
  • Himeka (born 1981), Canadian singer
  • Hind (born 1979), Bahraini singer
  • Histeria (born 1969), Mexican wrestler
  • hitomi (born 1976), Japanese singer and songwriter
  • Hizaki (stylized as HIZAKI; born 1979), Japanese musician
  • Hoku (aka Hoku Ho Clements; born 1981), American musician, singer-songwriter and actress
  • Homicide (born 1977), American wrestler
  • Honoka (born 1983), Japanese actress, pornographic actress and TV personality
  • Hooligan (born 1972), Mexican wrestler
  • Hornswoggle (born 1986), American professional wrestler
  • Horse (born 1958), Scottish singer-songwriter
  • Houston (born 1969), American pornographic actress
  • Houston (born 1983), American singer
  • Hozier (born 1990), Irish singer-songwriter
  • Huey (born 1988), American rapper
  • Hümeyra (born 1947), Turkish actress and singer-songwriter
  • Humph (1921–2008), English jazz musician and broadcaster
  • Hunterz, Pakistani-born English musician
  • Hush (born 1972), American rap rock and hip hop artist
  • Husna, Pakistani actress
  • Hwanhee (born 1982), South Korean singer and actor
  • Hwayobi (born 1982), South Korean singer
  • Hyde (born 1969), Japanese singer and lyricist
  • Hydra (aka Leslie Butterscotch), American wrestler
  • Hyolyn (born 1990), South Korean singer-songwriter
  • Hyoyeon (born 1989), South Korean entertainer
  • Hyuna (born 1992), South Korean singer

I[edit]

  • Icarus (born 1982), American wrestler
  • Ice (born 1984), Thai entertainer
  • Ichiro (born 1973), Japanese and American baseball player
  • ICHIKO (born 1970), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ichimaru (1906–1997), Japanese recording artist and geisha
  • Iconiq (born 1984), Japanese singer, actress and MC
  • Ida (born 1994), Danish singer
  • Idaira (born 1985), Spanish singer
  • Idha (born 1972), Swedish singer-songwriter
  • Idir (1949–2020), Algerian musician
  • Iftekhar (1922–1995), Indian actor
  • Ihriel (born 1972), Norwegian musician and singer
  • Ihsahn (born 1975), Norwegian composer, musician and singer
  • Iiris (born 1991), Estonian singer, songwriter, and stage actress
  • iJustine (born 1984), American YouTube personality, host, actress and model
  • Ilaiyaraaja (born 1943), Indian singer and composer
  • Ilanit (born 1947), Israeli singer
  • ili (born 1998), Scottish singer-songwriter
  • iLLmacuLate (aka Illmaculate, Illmac; born 1986), Native American battle rapper and hip hop artist
  • Illmind, Filipino American hip hop producer
  • Illy (born 1986), Australian rapper, singer, songwriter
  • Ilya (born 1986; known mononymously as ILYA), Swedish songwriter, producer and singer
  • Ima (aka IMA; born 1978), Canadian singer
  • Imaani (born 1972), English singer
  • Iman (born 1955), Somali American supermodel
  • Imani (born 1971), American rapper
  • Imany (born 1979), Comores Islands Afro-soul singer
  • Imposs, Canadian rapper
  • India (born 1977), American pornographic actress, singer and rap artist
  • Indigo (born 1984), American actress
  • Indila (born 1984), French singer
  • Indio, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Indra (born 1967), French-Swedish singer
  • Indrans (born 1957), Indian actor
  • Inez (born 1977), Danish singer
  • Infernus (born 1972), Norwegian black metal musician
  • Ingeborg (born 1966), Belgian singer and TV presenter
  • Ingola (born 1973), Slovak singer
  • Inna (born 1986), Romanian singer
  • Innocent (born 1945), Indian actor
  • Inoran (born 1970), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Insooni (born 1957), South Korean singer
  • Iota, Australian singer-songwriter, musician and actor
  • Irene, South Korean singer, actress and television host
  • Irma (born 1988), Cameroonian singer-songwriter
  • Isgaard (born 1972), German singer
  • iSH, Canadian singer, actor
  • Ishtar (born 1968), Israeli-born French singer
  • Islaja (born 1979), Finnish singer-songwriter and musician
  • Isol (born 1972), Argentine singer
  • Israel (born 1983), Filipino-born Australian singer
  • IU (born 1993), South Korean singer-songwriter and actress
  • Ivana (born 1969), Bulgarian singer
  • Ivar (born 1984), American wrestler
  • Ivory (born 1961), American wrestler
  • Ivy (born 1982), South Korean singer, model and occasional actress

J[edit]

  • Jacno (1957–2009), French musician
  • Jacotin (d. 1529), Franco-Flemish singer and composer
  • Jacynthe (born 1979), Canadian singer
  • Jadakiss (born 1975), American rapper
  • Jaddanbai (1892–1949), Indian singer, composer, actress and filmmaker
  • Jaël (born 1979), Swiss singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Jagadish (born 1958), Indian actor
  • Jagannathan (1938–2012), Indian actor
  • Jagdeep (born 1939), Indian actor and comedian
  • Jaggesh (born 1963), Indian actor, director, producer, and politician
  • Jaheim (born 1978), American singer
  • Jai (born 1985), Indian actor
  • Jaibi (1943–1984), American singer-songwriter
  • Jaidev (1919–1987), Indian composer
  • Jaimeson, British musician, emcee, and producer
  • Jaishankar (1938–2000), Indian actor
  • Jamala (born 1983), Ukrainian singer-songwriter and actress
  • Jamelão (1913–2008), Brazilian samba singer
  • Jamelia (born 1981), British entertainer
  • Jana (born 1980), American singer, songwriter, actress, author and philanthropist
  • Janagaraj (born 1950), Indian comedian
  • Janardhanan (born 1946), Malayalam film actor
  • Jandek (born 1945), American musician
  • Janita (born 1978), Finnish singer-songwriter
  • Januarisman (born 1985), Indonesian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Jaqee (born 1977), Ugandan-Swedish musician
  • Jaramar (born 1954), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Jarboe, American singer-songwriter and keyboardist
  • Jasmine (born 1976), Finnish Romani singer
  • Jasmine (born 1981), Chinese-born Taiwanese singer-songwriter and musician
  • Jaya (born 1969), Filipino singer, record producer, TV hostess and actress
  • Jayabharathi, Indian actress
  • Jayachitra (born 1957), Indian film actress
  • Jayalalithaa (1948–2016), Indian actress and politician
  • Jayamala, Indian actress
  • Jayamalini (born 1948), Indian actress
  • Jayan (1938–1980), Indian actor
  • Jayant (1915–1975), Indian film actor
  • Jayanthi (born 1950), Indian actress
  • Jayasudha (born 1958), Indian actress-turned-politician
  • Jayasurya (born 1978), Indian actor and mimicry artist
  • Jazz (born 1973), American wrestler
  • Jazzmun (born 1969), American actor and performer
  • Jeanette (born 1951), English-born Spanish singer and actress
  • Jędker (born 1977), Polish emcee
  • Jedward (born 1991), Irish singing and television presenting duo
  • Jeetendra (born 1942), Indian actor
  • Jeeva (born 1952), Telugu actor
  • Jeeva (1963–2007), Indian Tamil cinematographer and film director
  • Jeevan (born 1975), Indian actor
  • Jehst (born 1979), English rapper
  • Jem (born 1975), Welsh singer-songwriter
  • Jenifer (born 1982), French singer
  • Jennie (born 1996), South Korean singer
  • Jentina (born 1984), British singer
  • Jeremías (born 1973), British-born Venezuelan singer-songwriter
  • Jeremih (born 1987), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Jero (born 1981), American-born Japanese singer
  • Jessicka (born 1975), American singer-songwriter
  • Jetta (born 1987), British wrestler
  • Jewel (born 1974), American singer-songwriter, guitarist and actress
  • Jewell (born 1968), American singer
  • Jhene (born 1988), American singer
  • J-Hope (born 1994), South Korean rapper
  • Jibbs (born 1990), American rapper
  • Jigsaw (born 1983), American wrestler
  • Jiiva (born 1984), Tamil actor
  • Jikki (1935–2004), Indian playback singer
  • Jimena (born 1980), Mexican singer
  • Jimeoin (born 1966), Irish-born Australian actor and comedian
  • Jimilian (born 1994), Albanian-Danish singer
  • Jimin (born 1995), South Korean singer
  • Jin (born 1982), Chinese American rapper
  • Jin (born 1992), South Korean singer
  • Jinny born 1989), British wrestler
  • Jippu (born 1985), Finnish pop singer
  • Jiro (born 1972), Japanese musician
  • Jishnu (1979–2016), Indian actor
  • Jisoo (born 1995), South Korean singer
  • Jlin (born 1987), American electronic musician
  • Jobriath (1946–1983), American glam rock singer
  • Jøden (born 1974), Danish rapper
  • Joe (born 1973), American singer, songwriter and record producer
  • Joeystarr (born 1967), French rapper
  • Johnson (born 1979), Danish rapper
  • JoJo (born 1990), American singer and songwriter
  • JoJo (born 1994), American ring announcer, valet, professional wrestler and singer
  • Joker (born 1983), American wrestler
  • Jokeren (born 1973), Danish rapper and hip hop artist
  • Jolens (born 1978), Filipino actress, recording artist, and television host
  • Jomol (born 1982), Indian actress
  • Jonell, American singer
  • Jonesmann, German rapper
  • Jónsi (born 1975), Icelandic musician
  • Jont (born 1973), British singer-songwriter
  • Jorane (born 1975), Canadian singer and cellist
  • Jordan (born 1955), English model and actress
  • Jordan (born 1978), English model
  • Jordy (born 1988), French singer and musician
  • Joselito (born 1943), Spanish singer and actor
  • Joselo (1936–2013), Venezuelan actor and comedian
  • Josenid (born 1998), Panamanian singer
  • Joshiy, Indian film director
  • Jovanotti (born 1966), Italian singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Joy (born 1996), South Korean singer and actress
  • Joya (born 1978), American singer
  • Joyce (born 1948), Brazilian singer and composer
  • J-Son (born 1985), Brazilian-Swedish singer
  • JSX (rapper), French rapper
  • Juanes (born 1972), Colombian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Juanito, French singer
  • Jude (born 1969), American singer-songwriter
  • Juju, Japanese singer
  • Juju, Finnish rapper
  • Jujubee (born 1984), American performer and TV personality
  • Juka (born 1981), Japanese singer
  • Jul, French rapper hip hop artist
  • Juliette (born 1926), Canadian singer and TV hostess
  • Jullie (born 1988), Brazilian singer-songwriter, model, actress and presenter
  • Julyo (born 1978), Italian guitarist, songwriter, producer and DJ
  • Jun (born 1983), Japanese visual kei rock musician and singer-songwriter
  • Jungah (born 1983), South Korean singer
  • Jungkook (born 1997), South Korean singer
  • Junjun (born 1988), Chinese-Japanese singer
  • Juvelen (born 1976), Swedish electro-pop singer
  • Juvenile (born 1975), American rapper
  • Jyongri (born 1988), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter

K[edit]

  • K.Maro (born 1980), Lebanese Canadian singer, record producer, entrepreneur
  • Kafani (born 1981), American rapper
  • Kahi (born 1982), South Korean singer-songwriter, dancer and choreographer
  • Kai (born 1994), South Korean dancer, singer and model
  • Kaitlyn (born 1986), American entrepreneur, bodybuilder, model, and professional wrestler
  • Kajjanbai (aka "Miss Kajjan"; 1915–1945), Indian singer and actress
  • Kajol (aka Kajol Devgan; born 1974), Indian actress
  • Kakko (born 1969), Japanese actress, TV presenter and singer
  • Kalaranjini (born 1962), Indian actor
  • Kalel (born 1976), American Christian musician
  • Kalimba (born 1982), Mexican singer and actor
  • Kaliopi (born 1966), Macedonian singer-songwriter
  • Kalisto (born 1986), Mexican-American professional wrestler
  • Kalomoira (born 1985), Greek-American singer
  • Kalpana (1943–1979), Indian actress
  • Kalpana (1946–2012), Indian actress
  • Kalpana (1965-2016), Indian actress
  • Kamahl (born 1934), Australian singer
  • Kamala (born 1950), American wrestler
  • Kamaliya (born 1977), Ukrainian musical performer, actress and model
  • Kambi (born 1961), Swaziland-born Canadian rapper
  • Kamelia (born 1971), Bulgarian singer
  • Kam-Hill (1856 to 1935), French cabaret performer and singer
  • Kamini (born 1979), French rapper
  • Kana (born 1977), Finnish female rap musician
  • Kanaka, Indian actress
  • Kanchana (born 1939), Indian film actress
  • Kandi (born 1976), American singer-songwriter
  • Kane (born 1967), American wrestler and actor
  • Kangta (born 1979), South Korean singer
  • Kano (born 1985), British rapper
  • Kanon (born 1980), Japanese singer-songwriter and producer
  • Karan, Indian actor
  • Karandash (1901–1983), Soviet clown
  • Karina (Spanish singer) (born 1946), Spanish singer
  • Karina (born 1968), Venezuelan singer-songwriter and actress
  • Karolina, Israeli singer-songwriter
  • Karpaga, Indian transsexual actress
  • Karthik (born 1980), Indian singer
  • Karunas (born 1970), Indian actor
  • Karylle (born 1981), Filipina singer
  • Kaskade (born 1971), American DJ, record producer and remixer
  • Kashinath (1951–2018), Indian actor, director, and filmmaker
  • Kassia, Byzantine composer
  • Kasthuri (born 1974), Indian actress and TV anchor
  • Kathleen, Canadian singer
  • Katman, Greek singer and TV personality
  • Kato Kato (born 1981), Danish DJ
  • Katsuni (born 1979), French pornographic actress
  • Kausalya (born 1978), Indian actress
  • Kavana (born 1977), English singer and actor
  • Kaveri, Indian actress
  • Kayah (born 1967), Polish singer-songwriter
  • Kayahan (born 1949), singer-songwriter and musician
  • Kayamar (born 1985), Hungarian singer, jazz and classical composer
  • Kaysha (born 1974), Congolese-born French rapper
  • Kaytranada (born 1992), Haitian-Canadian electronic musician
  • Kaze, American rapper
  • Kazzer (born 1977), Canadian musician and TV personality
  • K.C. (born 1951), American musician, singer-songwriter and record producer
  • K-Ci & JoJo (born 1969 & 1971, respectively), American R&B & soul duo
  • Kefee (1980–2014), Nigerian female gospel singer and composer
  • Keith (born 1949), American singer
  • Kehlani (born 1995), American singer
  • Kelis (born 1979), American singer, songwriter and chef
  • Kellee (born 1968), American electronica-house artist
  • Kem (born 1969), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Ken (born 1968), Japanese guitarist
  • Ken (born 1979), Swedish rap artist
  • Kenna (born 1978), Ethiopian-American musician
  • Kennedy (born 1972), American political satirist, radio personality, and former MTV VJ
  • KENTA (born 1981), Japanese wrestler
  • Kerli (born 1987), Estonian pop singer
  • Kesha (aka Ke$ha; born 1987), American singer-songwriter, rapper and actress
  • Key (born 1991), South Korean singer, dancer, rapper, actor, recording artist, promotional model, radio host and MC
  • Khaled (born 1960), Algerian musician
  • Khalid (born 1998), American singer
  • Khéops (born 1966), French DJ
  • Khia (born 1977), American rapper, songwriter and producer
  • Khosrovidukht, Armenian composer
  • Khotan (born 1973), Mexican actor
  • Khrysis, American hip hop producer
  • Khujo (aka Khujo Goodie)
  • Kiara (born 1963), Venezuelan singer, actress and TV presenter
  • Kidd (born 1996), American rapper
  • Kidd (sometimes stylized as KIDD; born 1989), Danish-Scottish rapper and hip hop artist
  • Kiesza (born 1989), Canadian singer, instrumentalist
  • Kiki (1901–1953), French artists' model, nightclub singer, actress, and painter
  • Killjoy (1966–2018), American musician; lead vocalist (Necrophagia)
  • Kimbra (born 1990), New Zealand singer
  • Kimera (born 1954), South Korean singer
  • Kimeru (born 1980), Japanese musician, singer and actor
  • Kina (born 1969), American musician
  • Kipper, British musician
  • Kira (born 1977), Belgian singer and model
  • Kira (born 1978), German singer-songwriter
  • Kirito, Japanese singer
  • Kirka (1950–2007), Finnish musician
  • Kish,
  • Kishore, Indian actor
  • Kissey (born 1982), singer, songwriter, producer and performer
  • Kitarō (born 1953), Japanese New Age musician
  • Kitkat (born 1984), Filipino singer, actress and comedian
  • Kiyoharu (born 1968), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Kizzy (born 1979), Dutch actress, singer-songwriter and TV personality
  • Klaha, Japanese singer
  • Klashnekoff, British rapper
  • Klayton (born 1970), American musician and record producer
  • Klopfer (born 1980), German writer
  • K'Maro (born ), Lebanese-Canadian rapper
  • K'naan (born 1978), Somali-Canadian poet, rapper, and musician
  • Knobody, American record producer
  • Knox (born 1945), British singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Kohndo (born 1975), French rapper and producer
  • Kokane (born 1969), American rapper and singer
  • Kokia (born 1976), Japanese singer-songwriter and producer
  • Kollegah (born 1984), German rapper
  • Konnan (born 1964), Cuban wrestler and rapper
  • Konnor (born 1980), American professional wrestler
  • k-os (born 1972), Canadian rapper, singer, producer
  • Kotoko (born 1980), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Koushik, Canadian musician
  • Kovas (born 1984), American songwriter, record producer and recording artist
  • Koxie (born 1977), French singer of Tunisian origin
  • Koyuki (born 1976), Japanese model and actress
  • Közi (born 1972), Japanese musician
  • Kramer, American musician and record producer
  • Krazy, American rapper
  • Kraus, New Zealand musician and composer
  • Kreayshawn (born 1989), American rapper
  • Kreskin (born 1935), American magician
  • Kreva (born 1976), Japanese hip hop MC and producer
  • Kris (born 1990), Canadian-Chinese singer and actor
  • Krisdayanti (born 1975), Indonesian singer and actress
  • Krishna (born 1943), Indian actor
  • Krishnaveni (born 1924), Indian actress, singer and producer
  • Kristina (born 1987), Slovak singer
  • Krohme (born 1980), American hip hop MC and producer
  • Kshetrayya (1600–1680), Indian composer
  • KSI, British YouTube personality, amateur boxer, comedian and actor
  • Kujira (born 1961), Japanese voice actress
  • Kūkahi (born 1999), Hawaiian singer-songwriter
  • Kumar (born 1984), Cuban rapper
  • Kunchacko (1912–1984), Indian producer and director
  • Kurious (aka Kurious Jorge), American hip hop artist
  • Kuroneko, Japanese singer
  • Kurupt (born 1972), American rapper
  • Kushida (born 983), Japanese wrestler
  • Kwes (born 1987), English record producer, songwriter and musician
  • Kyla (born 1981), Filipino R&B singer-songwriter and occasional actress
  • Kylie (born 1968), Australian singer-songwriter
  • Kylee (born 1994), Japanese singer
  • Kyo (born 1976), Japanese singer-songwriter and producer
  • Kyper, American rapper
  • Kyuhyun (born 1988), South Korean singer, dancer, actor and model
  • Kyulkyung (born 1998), Chinese singer

L[edit]

  • L (born 1992), South Korean singer and actor
  • Lââm (born 1971), French singer
  • Laava (born 1983), Brazilian singer
  • Labrinth (born 1989), English singer-songwriter and producer
  • Lacey (born 1983), American wrestler
  • Lach, American musician and songwriter
  • LaChanze (born 1961), American actress, singer, and dancer
  • Lachi, American visually impaired musician
  • Ladyhawke (born 1979), New Zealand singer-songwriter and musician
  • Lagbaja, Nigerian Afrobeat musician, singer and songwriter
  • Lahannya, British singer-songwriter, performer and DJ
  • Lakshmi (born 1952), Indian actress
  • Lal (born 1958), Indian director and actor
  • Lalaine (born 1987), American actress
  • Laleh (born 1982), Iranian-born Swedish singer-songwriter
  • L'Algérino (born 1981), French rapper of Algerian descent
  • Lana (born 1985), American wrestler
  • Laraaji (born 1943), American musician
  • Larry (born 1998), French rapper
  • Larusso (born 1979), French singer
  • Lasairfhíona, Irish singer-songwriter
  • Late, British rapper
  • Lateef (born 1974), American hip hop artist
  • Latifa (born 1968), Tunisian singer
  • Latino (born 1973), Brazilian singer
  • Lauv (born 1994), American singer, songwriter and record producer
  • Lawrence (born 1961), English singer, songwriter, and guitarist
  • Lay (born 1991), Chinese singer
  • Laya, Indian actress and dancer
  • Lazee (born 1985), Swedish rapper
  • LE (born 1991), South Korean rapper, songwriter and composer
  • Lebleba (born 1945), Egyptian Armenian film actress and entertainer
  • Lecca, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Lecrae (born 1980), American Christian rapper
  • Leeteuk (born 1983), South Korean singer and presenter
  • Lehri (1929–2012), Pakistani actor and comedian
  • Leif (born 1989), American rapper
  • Lekain (1728–1778), French actor
  • Leki (born 1978), Congolese-Belgian R&B artist
  • Lele (1986–2010), Puerto Rican rapper
  • Lemar (born 1978), English singer-songwriter
  • Lemmy (1945–2015), English musician, bass guitarist, and singer-songwriter
  • Lena (born 1991), German singer-songwriter
  • Lena, Indian film actress
  • Lenine (born 1959), Brazilian singer-songwriter
  • Lenka (born 1978), Australian TV actress, musician and singer-songwriter
  • Leon (born 1962), American actor and singer
  • Leon (born 1969), German singer
  • Léonce (1823–1900), French comic actor and singer
  • Léonin (d. 1201), French composer
  • Leslie (born 1985), French singer
  • Lexy (born 1979), Korean singer and rapper
  • Leyona (born 1977), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Lia, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Life, British rapper
  • Ligalize (born 1977), Russian hip hop artist
  • Ligero, British wrestler
  • Lights (born 1987), Canadian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Lilimar (born 2000), Venezuelan actress
  • Limahl (born 1958), British singer
  • Limenius, Athenian musician and composer
  • Lina, American singer-songwriter
  • Linda (born 1977), Russian singer-songwriter
  • Lio (born 1962), Portuguese-born Belgian singer and actress
  • Lior (born 1976), Israeli-born Australian singer-songwriter
  • Liroy (born 1971), Polish rapper
  • Lisa (born 1974), Japanese-Colombian singer and producer
  • LiSA (born 1987), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Lisa (born 1997), French dancer, actress and singer
  • Lisa (born 1997), Thai rapper and singer
  • Lissette (born 1949), Peruvian-born Cuban singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Lita (born 1975), American singer and professional wrestler
  • Livingston, Indian actor
  • Lizy (born 1967), Indian actress
  • Lizzo (born 1988), American rapper and singer-songwriter
  • Lobão (born 1957), Brazilian singer-songwriter and TV host
  • Lobo (born 1943), American singer-songwriter
  • Lobo (born 1975), American wrestler
  • L.O.C. (born 1979), Danish rapper
  • Logic (born 1990), American rapper and singer
  • Lole y Manuel (1954/1948–2015), Spanish Romani flamenco artists
  • Lolita (1931–2010), Austrian singer
  • Lolita (1950–1986), Italian singer
  • Lolly (born 1977), British singer, TV presenter and actress
  • Lomepal (born 1991), French rapper and singer
  • Lonyo, British producer and MC
  • Loona (born 1974), Dutch singer-songwriter and dancer
  • Loquillo (born 1961), Spanish singer
  • Lora (born 1982), Romanian singer
  • Lorde (born 1996), New Zealand singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Loredana (1924–2016), Italian actress
  • Loreen (born 1983), Swedish singer and music producer
  • Lorena (born 1986), Spanish singer
  • Lorie (born 1982), French singer-songwriter and actress
  • Loriot (born 1923), German humorist, film director and actor
  • Lorna (born 1983), Panamanian rapper and reggaeton artist
  • Lou (born 1963), German singer
  • Louiselle (born 1946), Italian singer
  • Louison (1668-after 1692), French operatic soprano and celebrity
  • Lovefoxxx (born 1984), Brazilian singer
  • Lovefreekz, British producer and remixer
  • Lowkey (born 1981), American rapper and producer
  • Lowkey (born 1986), British musician, poet and playwright
  • Luba (born 1958), Canadian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Luce (born 1990), French singer-songwriter
  • Lucenzo (born 1983), Portuguese-French singer-songwriter, and producer
  • Lucero (born 1969), Mexican singer and actress, formerly known as Lucerito
  • Lucía (born 1964), Spanish singer
  • Luciano (born 1964), Jamaican singer-songwriter
  • Lucrecia, Spanish-Cuban singer
  • Ludacris (born 1977), American rapper
  • Luenell (born 1959), American comedian and actress
  • Luhan (born 1990), Chinese singer and actor
  • Luka (born 1979), Brazilian singer and songwriter
  • Lula (born 1973), German singer and songwriter
  • Lulu (born 1948), Scottish singer-songwriter and actress
  • Lumidee (born 1984), American singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Lunna (born 1960), Puerto Rican singer
  • Lura (born 1975), Portuguese singer and musician
  • Lydia (born 1980), Spanish singer
  • Lyn (born 1981), South Korean singer
  • Lyrian (born 1985), Italian-born Japanese singer
  • Lyrik, Israeli music producer, dancer and singer

M[edit]

  • -M- (born 1971), French musician guitarist
  • MAA, previously known as Mar, Japanese singer-songwriter, former television host and model
  • Maan born 1997), Dutch singer and actress
  • Mac (born 1977), American rapper
  • Macklemore (born 1983), American singer, rapper and musician
  • Machito (1908?–1984), Cuban jazz musician
  • Macromantics (born 1980), Australian hip hop artist
  • Madeon (born 1994), French musician, DJ, producer and singer
  • Madhavi (born 1962), Indian actress
  • Madhoo (born 1972), Indian actress
  • Madhu (born 1933), Indian actor
  • Madhubala (1933–1969), Indian film actress
  • Madhumitha (born 1981), Indian actress
  • Madhushree (born 1969), Indian singer
  • Madita (born 1978), Austrian singer and actress
  • Madlib (born 1973), American DJ, musician, rapper and producer
  • Madonna (born 1958), American singer-songwriter and actress
  • Madusa (born 1964), American monster truck driver and former professional wrestler
  • Maes (born 1995), French rapper of Moroccan origin
  • Maestro (born 1980), American producer, singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Maestro (born 1968), Canadian rapper, record producer, and actor
  • Maggot (born 1976), British rapper
  • Magic (born 1968), American rapper
  • Magik (1978–2000), Polish rapper
  • Magnet (born 1970), Norwegian singer-songwriter
  • Magnifico (musician) (born 1965), Slovenian singer
  • Magno (born 1984), Mexican wrestler
  • Magoo (born 1973), American rapper
  • Mahadevan (born 1961), Indian actor
  • Mahasti (1946–2007), Iranian-American singer
  • Mahendran, Indian actor
  • Mahlathini (1938–1999), South African singer
  • Maía (born 1982), Colombian singer-songwriter
  • Maïwenn (born 1976), French actress and film director
  • Maiysha (born 1978), American singer-songwriter and model
  • Majdala, Lebanese singer
  • Majid, Danish rapper of Moroccan-Berber origin
  • Makano (born 1983), Panamanian singer
  • Makaveli (1971–1996), American rapper better known under the stage name 2Pac
  • Mākii (born 1987), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Mako (1933–2006), Japanese-American actor, voice actor, and singer
  • MAKO (born 1986), Japanese female band member
  • MakSim (born 1983), Russian female singer
  • Mala (born 1939), Pakistani singer
  • Malaika, American singer
  • Malavika (born 1979), Indian actress
  • Mallika, Indian actress
  • Malú (born 1982), Spanish singer
  • Maluma (born 1994), Colombian singer and songwriter
  • Mammootty (born 1951), Indian actor
  • Mamukkoya (born 1946), Indian comedian actor
  • Mana, Japanese musician and fashion icon
  • Manafest (born 1981), Canadian rapper
  • Mandakini (born 1969), Indian actress
  • Mandaryna (born 1978), Polish singer, dancer and actress
  • Mandisa (born 1976), American singer
  • Mando (born 1966), Greek singer-songwriter
  • Mango (1954–2014), Italian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Maniaco (born 1966), Mexican wrestler
  • Manikuttan, Indian actor
  • Manivannan, Indian actor and director
  • Manjula (1951–1986), Indian actress
  • Mankind (born 1965), American wrestler, actor and comedian
  • Mano (born 1965), Indian singer
  • Manobala (born 1960), Indian director and comedian actor
  • Manorama (born 1943), Indian actress
  • Manoush (born 1971), Dutch actress and singer-songwriter
  • Manskee (born 1978), Filipino-American musician
  • Mansoor (born 1995) Saudi Arabian wrestler
  • Mansour (born 1971), Iranian singer, composer and actor
  • Mantas (born 1961), English heavy metal guitarist
  • Mantra, Indian actress
  • Manya, Indian actress
  • Maradja, French singer, songwriter and music producer
  • Marce (born 1974), Colombian singer-songwriter
  • Marcela (born 1971), Mexican professional wrestler
  • Marčelo (born 1983), Serbian hip-hop artist and lyricist
  • Marcha (born 1956), Dutch singer and TV presenter
  • Mareko (born 1981), New Zealander rapper
  • Margo (1917–1985), Mexican-American actress
  • Margo (born 1951), Irish singer
  • marhy, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Maria, Danish singer and songwriter
  • Maria (born 1982), Bulgarian pop-folk singer
  • Maria (born 1987), Japanese singer and actress
  • Mariama (born 1986), Sierra Leone-born German singer-songwriter
  • Maribelle (born 1960), Dutch singer
  • Marilou (born 1990), Canadian singer
  • Marilyn (born 1962), Jamaica-born British pop singer and songwriter
  • Marina (born 1985), Welsh singer-songwriter
  • Marinella (born 1938), Greek singer
  • Mario (born 1810), Italian operatic tenor
  • Mario (born 1986), American R&B singer
  • Mario (1810–1883), Italian operatic tenor
  • Marisela (born 1966), American-Mexican singer
  • Mariska (born 1979), Finnish rapper
  • Marisol (born 1948), Spanish singer and actress
  • Mariza (born 1973), Portuguese singer
  • Marjo (born 1953), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Markoolio (born 1975), Swedish-Finnish entertainer
  • Marlayne (born 1971), Dutch singer and presenter
  • Marracash (born 1979), Italian rapper
  • Mars (born 1954), Hong Kong actor, action director and stuntman
  • Mars (born 1980), American rapper
  • Marshmello (born 1992), American music producer and DJ
  • Martika (born 1969), American singer-songwriter and actress
  • Martirio (born 1958), Spanish singer
  • Marwan, Danish-Palestinian rapper
  • Maryon (born 1987), French singer
  • Maryse (born 1983), French Canadian actress, businesswoman, glamour model, professional wrestling manager, and former professional wrestler
  • Marz, American rapper
  • Marzieh (1924–2010), Persian traditional singer
  • Masada, American wrestler
  • Mase (aka Ma$e; born 1975), American rapper, songwriter and minister
  • Mashonda (born 1981), American singer
  • Maskiri, Zimbabwean rapper
  • Massari (born 1980), Lebanese Canadian R&B singer
  • Massiel (born 1947), Spanish singer
  • Massiv (born 1982), German rapper
  • Matisyahu (born 1979), Jewish American reggae vocalist, beatboxer, and alternative rock musician
  • Maurane (1960–2018), Belgian singer and actress
  • Mavado (born 1981), Jamaican musician and DJ
  • Max (born 1988), South Korean singer-songwriter and occasional actor
  • Max (born 1992), American singer, songwriter, actor, dancer and model
  • Maxi (born 1950), Irish DJ, actress and singer
  • Maximo (born 1980), Mexican wrestler
  • Maxwell (born 1973), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • May (born 1982), South Korean singer-songwriter
  • Maya (born 1975), South Korean singer
  • Mayoori (d. 2005), Indian actress
  • Maysa (1936–1977), Brazilian bossa nova singer
  • Maysa (born 1966), American jazz singer
  • MCA (1964–2012), American rapper, singer-songwriter, director and film distributor
  • Mcenroe, Canadian hip hop musician
  • McG (born 1970), American film producer and director
  • Mdot, American rapper and actor
  • Medina (born 1982), Danish singer-songwriter
  • Médine, French rapper
  • Meechie, American singer
  • MeeK (born 1971), Franco-English singer songwriter
  • Meena, Indian film actress
  • Meenakshi, Indian actress
  • Meera (born 1976), Pakistani actress
  • Meg (born 1980), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Megas (born 1945), Icelandic singer-songwriter
  • Mehmood (1932–2004), Indian actor, director and producer
  • Mehnaz (born 1958), Pakistani singer
  • Meiko (born 1982), American singer-songwriter
  • Meja (born 1969), Swedish composer and singer
  • Melanie (born 1947), American singer-songwriter
  • Melissa (born 1982), Lebanese singer
  • Mell, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Melody (born 1977), Belgian singer
  • Melody (born 1982), Japanese singer and TV hostess
  • Melody (born 1990), Spanish singer
  • Menaka, Indian actress
  • Ménélik (born 1970), French rapper
  • Menny (born 1983), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Mephisto (born 1968), Mexican wrestler
  • Mercedes (born 1978), American rapper and singer
  • Merche (born 1974), Spanish singer
  • Merton, American musician and personality
  • Merz, English musician and singer-songwriter
  • Metis (born 1984), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Metro (born 1983), Mexican wrestler
  • Micachu (born 1987), English singer-songwriter and producer
  • Michal (born 1983), Polish singer
  • Michele (born 1942), Italian singer
  • Michelle (born 1972), German singer
  • Michel'le (born 1970), American singer-songwriter
  • Micky (born 1943), Spanish singer
  • Micky (born 1986), South Korean singer-songwriter and occasional actor
  • Mictlán (born 1982), Mexican wrestler
  • Midori (born 1968), American pornographic actress
  • Mietta (born 1969), Italian singer and actress
  • Miguel (born 1985), American recording artist, songwriter and producer
  • Miguelito (born 1999), Puerto Rican reggaeton artist
  • Mika (born 1983), British singer
  • Mikaila (born 1986), American singer
  • Mikeyla, Swedish singer
  • Mikiko (born 1977), Japanese dancer and choreographer
  • miKKa, Serbian musician
  • Milan (1941–1971), Serbian-American musician
  • Millie (born 1946), Jamaican singer-songwriter
  • Milow (born 1981), Belgian singer-songwriter
  • Milva (1939–2021), Italian singer, actress and TV personality
  • Mim, British singer
  • Mina (born 1940), Italian singer
  • Mina (born 1993), German singer
  • Minette (1767–1789), Haitian actress, singer and dancer
  • Mink (born 1984), South Korean-born Japanese singer
  • Minmi (born 1974), Japanese musician, singer-songwriter and producer
  • Minmini (born 1970), Indian singer
  • Minzy (born 1994), South Korean singer
  • Mirah (born 1974), American musician
  • Mireille (1906–1996), French singer-songwriter and actress
  • Mirela (born 1990), Spanish singer
  • Miria, American singer-songwriter
  • Miriam (born circa 1981), Mexican pre-operative transsexual
  • Mirud, Albanian snger
  • Mirusia (born 1985), Australian soprano
  • Misha (born 1975), Slovak singer
  • Mísia (born 1955), Portuguese singer
  • Misia (born 1978), Japanese singer-songwriter and musician
  • misono (born 1984), Japanese singer
  • MIST, British rapper
  • Misterioso (born 1966), Mexican-American wrestler
  • Místico (born 1982), Mexican wrestler
  • Mistinguett (1875–1956), French singer
  • Mitski (born 1990), Japanese-American singer
  • Mitsou (born 1970), Canadian pop singer, businesswoman, television and radio host, and actress
  • Miúcha (born 1937), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Miwa (born 1990), Japanese singer-songwriter, musician and radio DJ
  • Miyavi (born 1981), Japanese entertainer
  • Miz (born 1981), Japanese singer
  • Mizchif (born 1976), Zimbabwean-born South African rapper
  • MØ (born 1988), Danish singer, songwriter and record producer
  • Moana (born 1961), New Zealand singer-songwriter and documentary maker
  • Moby (born 1965), American musician
  • Mocky (born 1974), Canadian musician, producer, songwriter and performer
  • Moddi, Norwegian musician
  • Mogol (born 1936), Italian music lyricist
  • Mohan (born 1956), Indian actor
  • Mohini, Indian actor
  • Mohombi (born 1986), Swedish-Congolese R&B singer, songwriter
  • Mokobé (born 1976), French-Malian rapper
  • Mokona (born 1968), Japanese manga artist
  • Molière (1622–1673), French playwright and actor
  • Momo (born 1974), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Momus (born 1960), Scottish singer-songwriter
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