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This article is about the actress. For the Georgia politician, see Viola Davis (politician). For the nurse and Civil Rights activist, see Viola Davis Brown.

Viola Davis (born August 11, 1965)[1] is an American actress and producer. She is the recipient of several awards, and is the first black actor to have won an Academy Award, an Emmy Award, and a Tony Award in acting, named the Triple Crown of Acting.[2][3]

Born in St. Matthews, South Carolina, Davis began her acting career in Central Falls, Rhode Island, starring in minor theater productions. After graduating from the Juilliard School in 1993, she won an Obie Award in 1999 for her performance as Ruby McCollum in Everybody's Ruby. She played supporting and minor roles in several films and television series in the late 1990s and early 2000s, before winning the Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Play for her role as Tonya in August Wilson's King Hedley II in 2001. Davis's film breakthrough came in 2008, when her supporting role in the drama Doubt earned her a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.

Greater success came to Davis in the 2010s; she won several accolades, beginning with the 2010 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for her role as Rose Maxson in the revival of August Wilson's play Fences.[4] For her lead role as 1960s housemaid Aibileen Clark in the comedy-drama The Help (2011), Davis received a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Actress and won a SAG Award.[5][3] In 2014, Davis began playing lawyer Annalise Keating in the ABC television drama series How to Get Away with Murder, and in 2015, she became the first black woman to win the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her performance.[6] In 2016, Davis played Amanda Waller in the superhero film Suicide Squad and reprised the role of Rose Maxson in the film adaptation of Fences,[7] the latter of which earned her the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[8][9] In 2018, Davis starred as Veronica Rawlings in Steve McQueen's heist film Widows, for which she was BAFTA nominated.

Davis and her husband, Julius Tennon, are founders of production company, JuVee Productions. Davis is also widely recognized for her advocacy and support of human rights and equal rights for women and women of color. She identifies as a feminist.[10] In 2012 and 2017, she was listed by Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.[3][2]

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Early life and education[edit]

Davis was born on August 11, 1965, in St. Matthews, South Carolina, the daughter of Mary Alice (née Logan) and Dan Davis.[11][12] She was born on her grandmother's farm in the Singleton Plantation.[13] Her father was a horse trainer, and her mother was a maid, factory worker and homemaker.[14][15][16] She is the second youngest of six children, having four sisters and a brother.[17] Two months after she was born, her family moved to Central Falls, Rhode Island, with Davis and two of her sisters, leaving her older sister and brother with her grandparents.

Her mother was also an activist during the civil rights movement. At the age of two, Davis was taken to jail with her mother after she was arrested during a civil rights protest.[18] She has described herself as having "lived in abject poverty and dysfunction" during her childhood,[19] recalling living in "rat-infested and condemned" apartments.[20] Davis is a cousin of actor Mike Colter, known for portraying the Marvel Comics character Luke Cage.[21]

Davis attended Central Falls High School, the alma mater to which she partially credits her love of stage acting with her involvement in the arts.[22] As a teen, she was involved in the federal TRIO Upward Bound and TRIO Student Support Services programs.[23] While enrolled at the Young People's School for the Performing Arts in West Warwick, Rhode Island, Davis's talent was recognized by a director at the program, Bernard Masterson.[24]

Following graduation from high school, Davis studied at Rhode Island College, majoring in theater and graduating in 1988. Next, she attended the Juilliard School for four years,[15] and was a member of the school's Drama Division "Group 22" (1989–93).[25]

Early career[edit]

1996–2007: Early beginnings[edit]

Davis received her Screen Actors Guild card in 1996 for doing one day of work, playing a nurse who passes a vial of blood to Timothy Hutton in the film The Substance of Fire. She was paid 8.[26] In 2001, she won the Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for her portrayal of Tonya in King Hedley II, a "35-year-old mother fighting eloquently for the right to abort a pregnancy."[27] She won another Drama Desk Award for her work in a 2004 off-Broadway production of Intimate Apparel by Lynn Nottage.

Davis appeared in numerous films, including three films directed by Steven Soderbergh, Out of Sight, Solaris and Traffic, as well as Syriana, which Soderbergh produced. Hers was the uncredited voice of the parole board interrogator who questions Danny Ocean (George Clooney) in the first scene in Ocean's Eleven.[28] She also gave brief performances in the films Kate & Leopold and Antwone Fisher. She also played a secondary role in Far From Heaven, a 2002 film directed by Todd Haynes. Her television work includes a recurring role in Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, starring roles in two short-lived series, Traveler and Century City, and a special guest appearance in a Law & Order: Criminal Intent episode entitled "Badge".[citation needed]

2008–2014: Doubt, The Help, and further success[edit]

In 2008, Davis played Mrs. Mueller in the film adaptation to the Broadway play Doubt, with Meryl Streep, Philip Seymour Hoffman. Though Davis had only one scene in the film,[29] she was nominated for several awards for her performance, including a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress.[30] On June 30, 2009, Davis was inducted into the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.[31]

On June 13, 2010, Davis won her second Tony Award for her role as Rose Maxson in a revival of August Wilson's Fences.[32] She was the second African-American woman to win the Tony for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Play, after Phylicia Rashad.[citation needed] Davis played the role of Dr. Minerva in It's Kind of a Funny Story (2010), a coming-of-age film written and directed by Anna Boden with Ryan Fleck, adapted from the 2006 novel by Ned Vizzini.[33]

In August 2011, Davis played the role of Aibileen Clark, a housemaid in 1960s Mississippi, in the screen adaptation of Kathryn Stockett's novel The Help, directed by Tate Taylor.[34] Davis described her performance in the film as channeling her mother and grandmother saying, "I feel like I brought my mom to life; I've channeled her spirit. I channeled the spirit of my grandmother, and I've kind of paid homage to how they've contributed to my life and the lives of so many people".[34]

Davis was praised for her performance and eventually received two Screen Actors Guild Awards, as well as her second Academy Award nomination,[35] which she ultimately lost to Meryl Streep. Davis received Golden Globe Award and BAFTA Award nominations for the same performance.[36][37] In 2012, Time magazine listed Davis as one of the most influential people in the world.[38] Also in 2012, Glamour magazine named Davis Glamour's Film Actress of the year.[39]

On June 12, 2012, Davis was presented with the Women in Film's Crystal Award by her friend and Oscar rival that year, Meryl Streep.[40]

On June 25, 2012, the Walk of Fame Committee of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce announced that Davis was part of the new group of entertainment professionals who have been selected to receive stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2013.[41] On January 5, 2017, Davis received the 2,597th star on the Walk of Fame.[42]

Davis reunited with The Help director Tate Taylor in Get on Up, a biopic of James Brown, playing Brown's mother.[43] Her 3-year-old daughter, Genesis also appeared in the movie.[44] In February 2014, Davis was cast in Peter Nowalk's pilot How to Get Away with Murder (executive produced by Shonda Rhimes for her ShondaLand production company) as the lead character.[45] Her character, Annalise Keating, is a tough criminal defense attorney and professor who becomes entangled in murder plot with her students.[46][47][48] It began as a series in September 2014.[49]

2015–present: How to Get Away with Murder and Fences[edit]

On September 20, 2015, Davis became the first black woman of any nationality to win the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for her lead role on How to Get Away with Murder.[50][51][52][53] She received a second Primetime Emmy Award nomination for the role in 2016.[54] Davis also won two Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series in 2014 and 2015.[55] She received nominations from the Golden Globe Awards for Best Actress – Television Series Drama and Critics' Choice Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series for her performance on the show.[56]

In 2015, Davis appeared in Blackhat, a Michael Mann-directed thriller film starring Chris Hemsworth.[57] Davis also served as executive-producer of the crime drama film Lila & Eve, starring herself and Jennifer Lopez in the titular roles.[58]

In 2016, Davis starred in the courtroom drama Custody, on which she also served as an executive producer,[59] and played Amanda Waller in the film Suicide Squad, an adaptation of a DC Comics series of the same name.[60] Davis reprised her role as Rose Maxson for the film adaptation of Fences, for which she received her third Academy Award nomination, making her the first black actress in history to achieve this feat.[61] She subsequently went on to win the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress, the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role,[62] and the BAFTA Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.[63]

On January 6, 2017, Davis was presented with the 2,597th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame by her Doubt co-star and friend Meryl Streep. While accepting the honor, Davis said that she could not believe her life: "It's like my life flashing before my eyes, and all I can say is, God has blessed my life in abundance."[64] Davis was also listed among and a featured cover star of Time Magazine's "100 Most Influential People" List for the second time, her first being in 2012.[65] Streep penned the article in the magazine, referring to Davis as having "carved a place for herself on the Mount Rushmore of the 21st century", commenting that "her gifts as an artist are unassailable, undeniable, deep and rich and true. But her importance in the culture — her ability to identify it, her willingness to speak about it and take on responsibility for it — is what marks her for greatness."[66] On January 30, it was announced that Davis would star alongside Julia Roberts in the film adaptation of Jodi Picoult's novel, Small Great Things.[67] On March 4, Davis was awarded the Artist of the Year Award at Harvard University.[68]

In 2018, Davis starred in the Steve McQueen–directed heist thriller Widows, an adaptation of the popular 1983 British miniseries.[69] On January 22, Davis debuted Two-Sides, a documentary series exploring police brutality towards the African-American community. The series debuted on TV One, running through till mid-February.[70] Davis also starred alongside fellow Shondaland costar Kerry Washington for a special two-hour crossover episode of How to Get Away with Murder and Scandal, aptly titled How to Get Away with Scandal. Davis's guest appearance garnered her a fourth Emmy Award nomination, and her first for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama Series.[71]

On March 1, Davis announced that she would star alongside Lupita Nyong'o in The Woman King, inspired by true events that took place within The Kingdom of Dahomey.[72] The film will tell the story of Nanisca, the general of an all-female military unit, played by Davis, and her daughter Nawi, played by Nyong'o.[73]

On October 10, 2017, Davis announced that she would write the sequel to the classic picture book Corduroy, titled Corduroy Takes a Bow. In a press release, Davis stated that "Corduroy has always held a special place in my life, first as a child paging through it, and then again with my daughter, introducing her to the adventures of that adorable teddy bear".[74] On March 13, 2018, Davis shared the cover of the book on her Twitter page.[75] The book was published by Penguin/Random House on September 4, 2018.

Philanthropy and activism[edit]

In 2011, Davis donated funds to her hometown public library in Central Falls, Rhode Island, to assist in preventing its closure due to a lack of city funding.[76] In 2018, Davis donated funds to her alma mater, Central Falls High School, for its theater program.[77][78][79]

As part of her partnership with Vaseline to promote the Vaseline Healing Project, Davis attended the groundbreaking of a free community health center in Central Falls, Rhode Island in October 2016 that was sponsored by the project.[78] The project provides dermatological care to help heal the skin of those affected by poverty around the world.[80][81][82]

Since 2014, Davis has collaborated with the Hunger Is campaign to help eradicate childhood hunger across America.[83] Speaking on her work, Davis said that "seventeen million kids in this country, so one in five kids in this country, go to bed hungry. I was one of those kids, because I grew up in abject poverty; I did everything that you could possibly imagine to get food: I rummaged in the garbage cans, I stole from the local store constantly."[84]

As an honoree at the 2014 Variety Power of Women luncheon, Davis further commented that "the thing that made me join...was the word 'eradicate', 'get rid of' - not by thirty-percent not by twenty-percent not by fifty-percent, but to do away [with it]. Because everyone should be a child, and should grow up and have a chance at the American dream".[85] In September, 2017, Davis kick-started the K in 30 Days Project with Hunger Is, awarding a ,000 grant to the Rhode Island Community food bank in her home state.[83]

Personal life[edit]

Davis married actor Julius Tennon in June 2003.[86] In 2011, Davis and her husband adopted an infant daughter. Davis is stepmother to Tennon's son and daughter from previous relationships.[87]

Davis is a Christian and regularly attends services at Oasis Church in Los Angeles.[88][89]

Acting credits and awards[edit]

Main articles: Viola Davis on screen and stage and List of awards and nominations received by Viola Davis

According to Rotten Tomatoes and The Numbers, Davis's most commercially successful and critically acclaimed films include Traffic (2000), Doubt (2008), Law Abiding Citizen (2009), Knight and Day and Eat Pray Love (2010); The Help (2011), Suicide Squad and Fences (2016).[90][91]

Throughout her career, Davis is a recipient of many films, critics and societies awards. For her stage work, she has won two Tony Awards, three Drama Desk Awards, a Obie Award and Theater World Award. She holds the distinction of becoming the first and only actress of color to win a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series and is the first African-American to win five Screen Actors Guild Awards.[92]

She has been nominated for four Golden Globes Awards, two British Academy Film Awards winning one for each and by earning the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress honor for Fences, Davis became the first black actor to achieve the Triple Crown of Acting: winning a competitive Oscar, Emmy and Tony in acting categories.[93] She is one of only two black actresses (the other being Octavia Spencer) to have received three Academy Award nominations.[94] Davis was awarded an honorary doctorate in Fine Arts from her undergraduate alma mater, Rhode Island College, in 2002.[95]

See also[edit]

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This list of stage names lists names used by those in the entertainment industry, alphabetically by their stage name's surname, followed by their birth name. Individuals who dropped their last name and substituted their middle name as their last name are listed. In many cases, performers have legally changed their name to their stage name.[1]

People are not listed here if they fall into one or more of the following categories:

  • Those who changed their surname due primarily to marriage:
    • Living: Examples Victoria Beckham, Sheena Easton, Cheryl Ladd, Susan Sarandon, Jada Pinkett Smith.
    • Dead: Examples Cheryl Barrymore, Phyllis Diller, Edith Head, Linda McCartney, Estelle Reiner.
  • People from Spanish and/or Portuguese-speaking countries and the Philippines if their professional name contains either of their two family names.
For more information, see Spanish naming customs, Hispanic American naming customs, Filipino names, and Portuguese names. Note: Other cultures have their own naming customs and systems (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Hungarian, Indian and others), some rather intricate. Minor changes or alterations, including reversing Eastern-style formats, do not in and of themselves qualify as stage names, and should not normally be included. For example, Björk, whose stage name appears to be an original creation, is part of her full Icelandic name, Björk Guðmundsdóttir. Her second name is a patronymic instead of a family name, following Icelandic naming conventions. "Björk" is not a stage name but how any Icelander would refer to her, casually or formally.
  • People known by generational nicknames: Examples Trey Anastasio (whose full name is Ernest Joseph Anastasio III), Noah Beery Jr., Noah Beery Sr., Lon Chaney Jr. and Pops Staples.
  • People who may be popularly, though not professionally, known by a nickname, such as Robert John "Mutt" Lange.
  • Those who changed their surname due to adoption or legal name change prior to entering the entertainment industry:
    • Living: Examples Dame Julie Andrews,[2]Elle Macpherson,[3]Frances McDormand,[4]Louis Tomlinson,[5]Steven Van Zandt,[6]
    • Dead: Examples Nancy Davis,[7]Joan Fontaine,[8]Charlton Heston,[9]Madeline Kahn,[10]Alan Thicke.[11]
  • Those known by a stage name consisting of a single word, not including those commonly referred to by their surname: See List of one-word stage names
  • People who adopted a matriname: See List of people who adopted matrilineal surnames
  • Those whose stage forename is a middle name: Examples Sean Connery, Ashton Kutcher, Paul McCartney, Marie Osmond, Bruce Willis - these are their real middle names, not stage names.
  • People referred or known publicly and/or professionally by an amended forename (substantial changes, indirect nicknames, etc.) — e.g. Dimi Mint Abba, Julie Adams, Cannonball Adderley, Zeca Afonso, Jeff Alexander, Red Allen, Christopher Allport, Chinggoy Alonzo, Ramsay Ames, Tori Amos, Judith Anderson, Keith Andes, Fatty Arbuckle, Gem Archer, Graham Armitage, Jerome Arnold, Kokomo Arnold, Antonin Artaud, Barry Atwater, Coco Austin, Patricia Avery, Tex Avery, Gus Backus, Faith Bacon, Buff Bagwell, Benny Bailey, Ginger Baker, Ox Baker, Johnny Ball, Ryan Bang, Tim Barlow, Binnie Barnes, Lynda Baron, Syd Barrett, Count Basie, James Bate, Jaime Lyn Bauer, Terry Becker, Tex Beneke, Wilson Benge, Bennie Benjamin, Chico Benymon, Barney Bigard, Bam Bam Bigelow, Acker Bilk, Kelly Bishop, Sharkey Bonano, Sean Bonniwell, Lucienne Boyer, Leah Bracknell, Alice Brady, Beau Bridges, John Bromfield, Bruno Brookes, Bubba Brooks, Stephen Brooks, Tina Brooks, K Brosas, Chelsea Brown, Timothy Brown, Joshua Bryant, Slim Bryant, Brad Bufanda, Buddy Buie, Sonny Burke, T-Bone Burnett, Jethro Burns, Geezer Butler, Pat Buttram, Don Byas, Max Bygraves, Zig Byfield, Zoe Caldwell, Haystacks Calhoun, Earl Cameron, Juri Camisasca, Candy Candido, Tantoo Cardinal, David Carradine, John Carradine, Shorty Castro, Exene Cervenka, Chick Chandler, Lon Chaney Sr., Doc Cheatham, Joan Chen, Sonny Clark, Warren Clarke, Buck Clayton, Cheyne Coates, Steve Cochran, Cozy Cole, Jaybird Coleman, Buddy Collette, Patricia Collinge, G. Pat Collins, Betty Compson, Betty Compton, Heinie Conklin, Chuck Connors, Gary Conway, Tim Conway, Carole Cook, Gary Cooper, Matthew Corbett, Jacqueline Courtney, Mars Cowling, Lol Creme, Donald Crisp, John Cromwell, Bing Crosby, Scatman Crothers, James D'Arcy, Linda Darnell, Bodjie Dasig, Cow Cow Davenport, Deddie Davies, Richard Davies, Jim Davis, Lisa Davis, Angelika de la Cruz, Crahan Denton, Ajay Devgan, Manna Dey, Paw Diaz, B. B. Dickerson, Mark Dinning, Kenny Dino, Claire Dodd, Peter Donat, Roni Duani, Patty Duke, Sly Dunbar, Stephen (Steve) Dunne, Junior Durkin, Sunil Dutt, Coke Escovedo, Lu Edmonds, Honeyboy Edwards, Skye Edwards, Anthony Eisley, Joff Ellen, Duke Ellington, Peg Entwistle, Dixie Evans, Madge Evans, Jason Evers, Dez Fafara, Mimsy Farmer, Aniko Farrell, Tovah Feldshuh, Beanie Feldstein, Pops Fernandez, Gabriele Ferzetti, Virginia Field, Fyvush Finkel, Herbie Flowers, Dick Foran, Faith Ford, Carl Forgione, Anthony Forwood, Douglas Fowley, Panama Francis, Alan Freed, Mickey Freeman, Paul Frees, Ace Frehley, France Gall, Red Garland, Snuff Garrett, Anthony George, Dana Ghia, Coky Giedroyc, Hoot Gibson, Terry Gilkyson, Dana Gillespie, Dizzy Gillespie, Redmond Gleeson, Mark Goddard, Harold Goldblatt, Beauty Gonzalez, Pedro Gonzalez Gonzalez, Tweety González, Michael Gordon, Stubby Gordon, Lloyd Gough, Charles Gray, Timothy Gray, José Greci, Buddy Greco, Dabbs Greer, John Gregson, Carlotta Grisi, Anneke Grönloh, Gigi Gryce, Yvette Guilbert, Clu Gulager, Onaje Allan Gumbs, Mick Guzauski, Sara Haden, Chief Halftown, Pooch Hall, Ram Hall, Rick Hall, Tubby Hall, Chico Hamilton, Kipp Hamilton, G Hannelius, Oliver Hardy, Damon Harris, Jet Harris, Sib Hashian, Wings Hauser, Hawkshaw Hawkins, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Sessue Hayakawa, Allison Hayes, Topper Headon, Niykee Heaton, Tippi Hedren, Bobby "The Brain" Heenan, Levon Helm, Skitch Henderson, Joe Herndon, Benny Hill, Bill Hinnant, Skip Hinnant, Junie Hoang, Boscoe Holder, Peanuts Holland, John Hollis, Jennifer Holt, Tim Holt, Skip Homeier, Nellee Hooper, Bob Hope, Roy Horn, Robert Horton, Jennifer Howard, Season Hubley, Peanuts Hucko, Gareth Hughes, Sean Hughes, Gareth Hunt, Carlo Imperato, Antonio Inoki, Agot Isidro, Chubby Jackson, Inigo Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Rebbie Jackson, Tito Jackson, Hattie Jacques, Skip James, Jack Jenney, Lyfe Jennings, Leee John, Money Johnson, Susan Johnson, Henry Jolles, Deacon Jones, Griffith Jones, Rhubarb Jones, Rusty Jones, Spike Jones, Lonnie Jordan, Richard Jordan, Tiny Kahn, Nick Kamen, Frankie Kao, Boney Kapoor, Shashi Kapoor, Casey Kasem, Buster Keaton, Howard Keel, Maynard James Keenan, Garrison Keillor, Brian Keith, Judy Kelly, R. Kelly, Sam Kelly, Kris Kelmi, Wael Kfoury, Rajesh Khanna, Twinkle Khanna, B.B. King, Jonathan King, Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Johnny Kitagawa, Evel Knievel, Fuzzy Knight, Andre Kostelanetz, Kane Kosugi, Harley Jane Kozak, Papa Jack Laine, Lash LaRue, Prince Lasha, James Last, Yank Lawson, Kuh Ledesma, Bunny "Striker" Lee, China Lee, Jacknife Lee, Spike Lee, Lucky Lehrer, Tutte Lemkow, Kasi Lemmons, Bobo Lewis, Philip Locke, Preston Lockwood, Robert Loggia, Beba Lončar, Pixie Lott, Fabrice Luchini, Katherine "Scottie" MacGregor, China Machado, Mac MacLeod, Brandon Maggart, Raine Maida, Arthur Malet, Boots Mallory, Jose Manalo, Miles Mander, Camryn Manheim, Pigmeat Markham, Ziggy Marley, the Marx Brothers, Kedar Massenburg, Dakin Matthews, Christopher Mayer, Mac McAnally, Richard McCabe, Smilin' Ed McConnell, Dylan McDermott, Country Joe McDonald, Pake McEntire, Allan McKeown, Leo McKern, Stephen McNally, Matthew McNulty, Butterfly McQueen, Molly Meldrum, Carlos Mencia, Michèle Mercier, Bubber Miley, Jason Miller, Jody Miller, Moi-Yo Miller, Gyp Mills, Vincente Minnelli, Charlotte Mitchell, Julie Mitchum, Gunner Moir, Miff Mole, Robert Montgomery, Clayton Moore, Dennie Moore, Pee Wee Moore, Tim Moore, Dolores Moran, Buddy Moreno, Chino Moreno, John Moreno, Jaye P. Morgan, Barry Morse, Bubbi Morthens, Zero Mostel, Aga Muhlach, Moon Mullican, Jimmy Murakami, Turk Murphy, Sunny Murray, Max Mutchnick, Grim Natwick, Vhong Navarro, Taylor Negron, Mickey Newbury, Alec Newman, Juice Newton, Nichelle Nichols, Jack Nitzsche, Lobo Nocho, Noël-Noël, Keena Nomkeena, Rolla Norman, Kim Novak, Chubby Oates, Margaret O'Brien, Spec O'Donnell, Dead Ohlin, Michael O'Keefe, Chauncey Olcott, Sy Oliver, Ole Olsen, Moira Orfei, Kid Ory, Ozzy Osbourne, Bibi Osterwald, Gilbert O'Sullivan, Hot Lips Page (aka Lips Page), Alexander Pantages, Sunshine Parker, Michael Parks, Spede Pasanen, Michael Pate, Banjo Paterson, Pat Paterson, Hank Patterson, "Sunshine" Sonny Payne, Jesse Pearson, Tyler Perry, Siân Phillips, Robert Pine, Steve Plytas, Fernando Poe Jr., Lily Pons, Olaf Pooley, Henny Porten, George Pravda, Toni Price, Curly Putman, Buck Ram, Dack Rambo, Sue Randall, Lillian Randolph, Elliott Reid, Django Reinhardt, Debbie Reynolds, Jody Reynolds, Peter Mark Richman, Ron Rifkin, Snaffu Rigor, Elisabeth Risdon, Tex Ritter, Emmanuelle Riva, Renee Roberts, Robbie Robertson, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, Kasey Rogers, Fay Roope, Draco Rosa, Pee Wee Russell, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Gian Sammarco, Tiny Sandford, Isabel Sanford, Samantha Sang, Aggro Santos, Tom Santschi, Arjun Sarja, Leo Sayer, Boz Scaggs, Lalo Schifrin, Curly Seckler, Rolfe Sedan, Noot Seear, Peter Sellers, Rimi Sen, Doc Severinsen, Sarah Shahi, Ann Sheridan, Dinah Shore, Jackie Shroff, M. Night Shyamalan, Bunny Sigler, Richard Simmons, Zoot Sims, Campbell Singer, Zutty Singleton, Mews Small, Elliott Smith, Piano Smith, Stuff Smith, Cobie Smulders, Henriette Sontag, Oyo Boy Sotto, Maelcum Soul, Muggsy Spanier, Randy Sparks, Dorothy Squires, Robert Stack, Johnny Stark, Bunny Sterling, Mark Stevens, B. W. Stevenson, Redd Stewart, Sigismund Stojowski, Mink Stole, Sydney Sturgess, Jazz Summers, Slim Summerville, Mack Swain, Birdy Sweeney, Olga Syahputra, Junpei Takiguchi, Baby Tate, Shaw Taylor, Jack Teagarden, Larri Thomas, Lydia Thompson, Big Mama Thornton, Richard Thorpe, Tedi Thurman, John Tillinger, Rip Torn, Rawy Torres, André de Toth, Norman Treigle, Pastor Troy, Butch Trucks, Corinna Tsopei, Barbara Turner, Lana Turner, Scott Turner (songwriter), Midge Ure, Iko Uwais, Mad Dog Vachon, Victor Varconi, Yoyoy Villame, Laurent Voulzy, Luigi Waites, Christopher Walken, Clint Walker, T-Bone Walker, Dylan Walsh, Raoul Walsh, Ray Walston, Lalla Ward, Butch Warren, Gedde Watanabe, Gary Watson, Mills Watson, Fee Waybill, Doodles Weaver, Pat Weaver, Sigourney Weaver, Chick Webb, Tuesday Weld, Paul Weller, Alice White, Eg White, Slappy White, Billy Wilder, Grant Williams, Loudmouth Williams, Dooley Wilson, Richard Wilson, Trey Wingo, Chubby Wise, Mac Wiseman, Finn Wittrock, Woolly Wolstenholme, Bomb Woodard, Woody Woodbury, Ilene Woods, Hank Worden, Vivian Wu, Joe Yamanaka, Yang Jinhua, Bimby Aquino Yap, Bud Yorkin, Ace Young, Alan Young, Jeremy Young, Loretta Young, Peggy Zina and Voula Zouboulaki.
  • People with more than one family name, provided at least one is represented in the professional name: for example, Felix Aylmer, Angela Baddeley, Hermione Baddeley, Jeff Banks, Jeremy Beadle, India de Beaufort, Pati Behrs, Jacqueline Bisset, Hugh Bonneville, Johannes Brost, Joseph Calleia, John Carson (actor), Jeanne de Casalis, Jonathan Cecil, Daveigh Chase, Colin Clive, Fay Compton, Viola Compton, Jimmy Crawford (British singer), James Cruze, Oscar D'León, Alexx Ekubo, Peter Finch, Bruce Forsyth, Fil Fraser, Christopher Guest, Alec Guinness, Binnie Hale, Sonnie Hale, Paul Henreid, Trevor Howard, Željko Ivanek, Jimmy Jewel, Stratford Johns, Cavan Kendall, Kay Kendall, Deborah Kerr, Boris Kodjoe, David Langton, Emily Lloyd, Margaret Lockwood, Michael Sharvell-Martin, Henry McGee, Bob Merrill, Jewel Mische, Anna Mjöll, Priscilla Morgan, Alan Napier, Sue Nicholls, Florencio Parravicini, Frankie Poullain, Dennis Price, Anna Russell, Mark Rylance, Thomas Sangster, Tonio Selwart, Roland Shaw, Tony Sheridan, Elisabeth Sladen, Geraldine Somerville, Richard Todd, Edward Tudor-Pole, Bill Travers, Linden Travers, Bailey Tzuke, Betsy von Furstenberg, Martin Wallström, H. B. Warner, Boris Williams, Katherine Woodville, and Robert Wyatt.
  • People who change their names for religious reasons (see List of converts to Islam)
  • People who change their name(s) due to change in sexual gender, identity, or due to dysphoria or other recognized gender-related issue, or for drag performers, such as Courtney Act, Penny Arcade, Alexis Arquette, April Ashley, Evita Bezuidenhout, Chaz Bono, Pandora Boxx, Cidny Bullens, Lady Bunny, Wendy Carlos, Peaches Christ, Roberta Close, Caroline Cossey, Jayne County, Jackie Curtis, Candy Darling, Sahara Davenport, Tomata du Plenty, Lili Elbe, Dame Edna Everage, Tannie Evita, Flawless Sabrina, Gila Goldstein, Laura Jane Grace, Harisu, Lauren Harries, Heklina, Alina María Hernández, Mimi Imfurst, Dana International, Jazzmun, Caitlyn Jenner, Holly Johnson, Danny LaRue, La Veneno, Miss Shangay Lily, Manila Luzon, Marilyn, Brini Maxwell, Morgan McMichaels, Ginger Minj, Jinkx Monsoon, Silvetty Montilla, Our Lady J, Rosa von Praunheim, Raven, Lily Savage, Verka Serduchka, Shangela, The Lady Chablis, Billy Tipton, Nong Toom, Florencia Trinidad (also known as Florencia de la V or Flor de la V), Del Lagrace Volcano, Lana Wachowski, Lilly Wachowski, Jessica Wild, and Holly Woodlawn.
  • People who adopt a pseudo-nobiliary particle, prefix, suffix, hyphenation or other diacritic/symbol, including Willie Cauley-Stein, Robert James-Collier, John D'Aquino, Paquito D'Rivera, Anton du Beke, John Du Cann, Tom Goodman-Hill, Wilfrid Hyde-White, John Martin-Harvey, Crash McLarson, Alice O'Fredericks, Sean O'Haire, Dawn O'Porter, Terry O'Quinn, Annette O'Toole, Denise van Outen, Ruth St. Denis, Rik Van Nutter, Mario Van Peebles, Melvin Van Peebles, Josef von Sternberg, Erich von Stroheim, and Lars von Trier, as well as, according to some sources, Max von Sydow.
In some cases this is reversed; i.e. a surname is simplified by the removal of a genuine particle (or particles), hyphenation or other diacritic/symbol, such as in the cases of Dirk Bogarde, Tabby Callaghan, Lyn Christie, Scott Forbes, Gregory Gaye, Martyn Green, Jean Hagen, Jock Mahoney, Frank Tashlin, and Peter Ustinov.
  • People who changed the spelling of a surname to either ensure proper pronunciation, resulting in a name which is basically the same phonetically as the original surname, or, in some cases, possibly required due to name conflicts in re Actors Equity or other acting unions: Hardie Albright, Lauren Ambrose, Don Ameche, Jim Ameche, Eddi Arent, Jay J. Armes, James Arness, Renée Asherson, Claudine Auger, Bessie Barriscale, Alain Bashung, Lina Basquette, Pierre Batcheff, Dave Batista, Warren Beatty, Bonnie Beecher, Lou Bega, Harry Belafonte, Antonín Bennewitz, Michael Bentine, Polly Bergen, Barbara Berjer, Sarah Bernhardt, Mel Blanc, Claire Bloom, James Blunt, Larry Blyden, Beulah Bondi, Jon Bon Jovi, John Brandon, Eileen Brennan, Teresa Brewer, Pierre Brice, Coral Browne, Aristide Bruant, Yul Brynner, Dorsey Burnette, Mike Burstyn, Pat Buttram, Kuda Bux, John Byner, Sammy Cahn, Emma Calvé, Bill Chase, Tsilla Chelton, Tom Clay, Lee J. Cobb, Betty Cody, Toni Collette, Russ Columbo, Sam Cooke, Michael Curtiz, Cass Daley, Henry Daniell, Smoky Dawson, Desmond Dekker, Tulio Demicheli, Jason Derulo, Tamara De Treaux, Pete Duel, Jane Dulo, Mary Duncan, Irene Dunne, Robbie Dupree, Janine Duvitski, Jeanne Eagels, Richard Eastham, Bob Eberly, Billy Eckstine, George Edwardes, Britt Ekland, Richard Erdman, Roza Eskenazi, Kim E-Z, Nanette Fabray, Edwige Fenech, Sherilyn Fenn, Aaron Fink, David Flair, Reid Flair, Ric Flair, Nina Foch, June Foray, Victor Francen, Jane Frazee, Stan Freberg, Aleta Freel, Pat Friday, Serge Gainsbourg, Mo Gallini, Marvin Gaye, Janet Gaynor, Nicolai Gedda, Jason Gedrick, Will Geer, Robert Gerringer, Rodleen Getsic, Don Grady, Alexander Granach, Al Green, Lorne Greene, Margaret Gwenver, Daryl Hall, May Hallatt, Phil Hartman, Charles Hawtrey, Richard Haydn, Helen Haye, Jerome Hines, Frankie Howerd, Walter Huston, Jack Hylton, Rhys Ifans, Emil Jannings, Adele Jergens, Tor Johnson, Al Jolson, Milla Jovovich, Vic Juris, Bertha Kalich, Sharon Kane, Richard Kline, Patric Knowles, Alexis Korner, Jerzy Kossela, Nancy Kovack, Kidd Kraddick, Jane Krakowski, Belinda Lang, Laura La Plante, Violet La Plante, Rita La Roy, Eva La Rue, Jon Laurimore, Dee C. Lee, Jon Lormer, Eddy Louiss, Celia Lovsky, William Lucas, Laurette Luez, Paul Lukas, Ned Luke, Harriet MacGibbon, Dolores Mantez, Johnny Marr, Derek Martinus, Léonide Massine, Tim Matheson, Walter Matthau, Sharon Maughan, Holt McCallany, Geraldine McEwan, Siobhán McKenna, Ross McManus, Louis B. Mayer, Sue Mengers, Tim Mensy, Daniela Mercury, Mezz Mezzrow, Pras Michel, Marjie Millar, Borrah Minevitch, Cameron Mitchell, Helena Modjeska, Tony Monopoly, Greg Mullavey, Shoista Mullojonova, Patrice Munsel, Aïché Nana, Oscar Natzka, Peter Nero, Julie Newmar, Keena Nomkeena, Ric Ocasek, Lani O'Grady, Warner Oland, April Olrich, Ed O'Ross, Seena Owen, Patricia Paay, Ron Palillo, Joy Page, Albert Paulsen, Doris Pawn, Joe Penner, Iván Petrovich, Suzie Plakson, Gene Pollar, Nyree Dawn Porter, Olga Preobrajenska, André Previn, Jonathan Pryce, John Qualen, Mae Questel, Lynne Randell, Aldo Ray, Ray Rayner, Ginette Reno, Rita Reys, Harry Richman, May Robson, Richard Romanus, Don Rondo, Alma Rubens, Rick Rude, Frances Ruffelle, Sig Ruman, John Russell, Sahlene, Aaron Schroeder, Johnny Sea, Victor Seastrom, Curly Seckler, Élie Semoun, Mack Sennett, Marion Shilling, Lee Shubert, Horace Silver, George Skibine, Andrew Stevens, Kaye Stevens, Amy Stock, Mink Stole, Lee Strasberg, Gloria Stuart, Wes Studi, Patrick Stump, Frank Tashlin, Leonard Teale, Milka Ternina, Maggie Teyte, Bernie Tormé, Alessandra Torresani, Lenore Ulric, Rudy Vallee, Pierre Vaneck, Edward Van Sloan, Victor Varconi, Jimmy Wakely, Eddy Wally, Koko B. Ware, John Witherspoon, Butch Warren, Ted Weems, Snowy White, Slim Whitman, Mykelti Williamson, Anneke Wills, Walter Winchell, Herbert Wise, Donald Wolfit, Víctor Yturbe, Joe Yule, and Blanche Yurka.
  • People who changed only a middle or second name, or who switched their first and middle names, such as Garry Gary Beers, Norman Bel Geddes, Halle Berry, Johnny Yong Bosch, John David Carson, David Clayton-Thomas, Michael J. Fox, Simon Gipps-Kent, Paul Michael Glaser, Anthony Michael Hall, Barry Shabaka Henley, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Robert Sean Leonard, Meade Lux Lewis, Anna Maxwell Martin, Wayne Pocket Rocket McCullough, Steven R. McQueen, Denny Scott Miller, Julia Pace Mitchell, Junior Murvin, Rik Van Nutter, Paul Ryan Rudd, Michael Sharvell-Martin, J. Scott Smart, and Phil Spector.
  • Other/Unknown Reason(s): Vondie Curtis-Hall,[12]Betty Huntley-Wright,[13]Scout Taylor-Compton

The following are listed here for the following reasons:

  • Tupac Shakur is listed here, but under the stage name 2Pac. He was born either Lesane Parish Crooks or Parish Lesane Crooks, depending on the source, but his name was changed in early childhood to Tupac Amaru Shakur.
  • Elton John is listed here because he used the name professionally before he legally adopted it in 1972.

0–9 and other stage names which do not begin with English alphabetic characters[edit]

  • 2Pac – Tupac Amaru Shakur (born as either Parish Lesane Crooks or Lesane Parish Crooks)
  • 50 Cent – Curtis James Jackson III
  • 6ix9ine – Daniel Hernandez
  • 6025 – Carlos Cadona
  • 75 Cents – Ladislav Demeterffy
  • 2 Chainz – Tauheed Epps
  • μ-Ziq – Michael Paradinas

Aa–Ar

  • Dominique A – Dominique Ané
  • Angela Aames – Lois Marie Tlustos
  • Willie Aames – Albert William Upton
  • Caroline Aaron – Caroline Sidney Abady
  • Lee Aaron – Karen Lynn Greening
  • Russ Abbot – Russell Roberts
  • Abdullah the Butcher (a.k.a. "The Madman from The Sudan") – Lawrence Robert Shreve
  • Abi Ann – Abigail Dawn Ann Hoffman
  • Victoria Abril – Victoria Mérida Rojas
  • Abz Love (akas: Abs Breen; Abz) – Richard Abidin Breen
  • Goodman Ace – Goodman Aiskowitz
  • Johnny Ace (singer) – John Marshall Alexander, Jr.
  • Johnny Ace (wrestler) – John Hodger Laurinaitis
  • Mellow Man Ace – Ulpiano Sergio Reyes
  • Derek Acorah – Derek Johnson
  • Hazel Adair – Hazel Joyce Willett
  • Jean Adair – Violet McNaughton
  • Casey Adams – Max Showalter
  • Catlin Adams – Nira Barab
  • Derroll Adams – Derroll Lewis Thompson
  • Don Adams – Donald James Yarmy
  • Kathryn Adams – Kathryn Elizabeth Hohn
  • Nick Adams – Nicholas Aloysius Adamshock
  • Jane "Poni" Adams – Betty Jane Bierce
  • Nancy Addison – Nancy Addison Altman
  • Gaye Adegbalola – Gaye Todd
  • Fred Adison – Albert Lapeyrère
  • Renée Adorée – Jeanne de la Fonte
  • Iris Adrian – Iris Adrian Hostetter
  • Max Adrian – Guy Thornton Bor
  • Jerry Adriani – Jair Alves de Sousa
  • Ad-Rock (a.k.a. King Ad-Rock) – Adam Keefe Horovitz
  • Carina Afable – Carina Agoncillo
  • Tetchie Agbayani – Visitacion Parado
  • Agent M – Emily Whitehurst
  • Marvin Agustin – Marvin Jay Marquez Cuyugan
  • eden ahbez – George Alexander Aberle
  • Anja Aguilar – Angelie G. Urquico
  • Akshay Kumar – Rajiv Hari Om Bhatia
  • AiM – Ai Maeda
  • Anouk Aimée – Nicole Françoise Florence Dreyfus
  • Martin Eric Ain – Martin Stricker
  • Jak Airport – Jack Stafford
  • Alexandre Aja – Alexandre Jouan-Arcady
  • Skandor Akbar – Jimmy Saied Wehba
  • Gina Alajar – Regina Alatiit
  • Frank Alamo – Jean-François Grandin
  • Alan Alan – Alan Rabinowitz
  • Nadine Alari – Bernadette Nicole Frédérique Bovarie
  • Dame Emma Albani – Marie-Louise-Emma-Cécile Lajeunesse
  • Eddie Albert – Edward Albert Heimberger
  • Edward Albert – Edward Laurence Heimberger
  • Morris Albert – Maurício Alberto Kaisermann
  • Charly Alberti – Carlos Alberto Ficicchia Gigliotti
  • Willeke Alberti – Willy Albertina Verbrugge
  • Bernard Albrecht – Bernard Sumner (Albrecht has used several aliases over the years, including Bernard Dicken)
  • Chris Alcaide – John Berger
  • Alan Alda – Alphonso Joseph D'Abruzzo
  • Frances Alda – Fanny Jane Davis
  • Robert Alda – Alphonso Giuseppe Giovanni Roberto D'Abruzzo
  • Rutanya Alda – Rutanya Skrastiņa (or Rutanya Skrastiņs, varying sources)
  • Jason Aldean – Jason Aldine Williams
  • Norman Alden – Norman Adelberg
  • Flex Alexander – Mark Alexander Knox
  • Sir George Alexander – George Alexander Gibb Samson
  • Jason Alexander – Jay Scott Greenspan
  • Jean Alexander – Jean Mavis Hodgkinson
  • Max Alexander – Michael Drelich
  • Peter Alexander – Peter Alexander Ferdinand Maximilian Neumayer
  • Pico Alexander – Alexander Lukasz Jogalla
  • Ross Alexander – Alexander Ross Smith
  • Sarah Alexander – Sarah Smith
  • Alexia (Italian singer) – Alessia Aquilani
  • Alexis & Fido – Raúl Alexis Ortíz & Joel Martínez
  • Johnny Alf – Alfredo Jos da Silva
  • Alfalfa – Carl Dean Switzer
  • Cas Alfonso (a.k.a. Cassanova Alfonso) – Alfoncius Dapot Parulian Nainggolan
  • Rashied Ali – Robert Patterson
  • Alice (a.k.a. Alice Visconti) – Carla Bissi
  • Mary Alice – Mary Alice Smith
  • Warda Al-Jazairia – Warda Fatouki
  • John Alkin – John Kenneth Foinquinnos
  • Chad Allan (musician) – Allan Peter Stanley Kowbel
  • Jed Allan – Jed Allan Brown
  • Byron Allen – Byron Allen Folks
  • Chad Allen – Chad Allen Lazzari
  • Corey Allen – Alan Cohen
  • Dave Allen – David Tynan O'Mahoney
  • Dayton Allen – Dayton Allen Bolke
  • Elizabeth Allen – Elizabeth Ellen Gillease
  • Fred Allen – John Florence Sullivan
  • Hoodie Allen – Steven Adam Markowitz
  • Judith Allen (a.k.a. Mari Colman) – Marie Elliott
  • Marty Allen – Morton David Alpern
  • Rae Allen – Raffaella Julia Theresa Abruzzo
  • Robert Allen (a.k.a. Bob Allen) – Irvine E. Theodore Baehr
  • Rosalie Allen – Julie Marlene Bedra
  • Sian Barbara Allen – Barbara Susan Pokrass
  • Tim Allen – Timothy Alan Dick
  • Woody Allen – Allan Stewart Konigsberg
  • Peggy Allenby – Eleanor Byrne Fox
  • Claud Allister – William Claud Michael Palmer
  • June Allyson – Eleanor Geisman
  • Bobby Alto – Robert Altomare
  • Dora Altmann – Dora Alrich
  • Don Alvarado – José Paige
  • Max Alvarado – Gavino Maximo Teodosio
  • Kirk Alyn – John Feggo Jr.
  • Rambo Amadeus – Antonije Pušić
  • Lucine Amara – Lucine Armaganian
  • The Amazing Jonathon – John Edward Szeles
  • Dean Ambrose – Jonathan Good
  • August Ames – Mercedes Grabowski
  • Ed Ames – Edmund Dantes Urick
  • Leon Ames – Harry Leon Wycoff
  • Nancy Ames – Nancy Hamilton Alfaro
  • Rachel Ames (a.k.a. Judith Ames) – Rachel Foulger
  • Trudi Ames – Trudi Ziskind
  • Kamal Amrohi (a.k.a. Kamal Amrohvi) – Syed Amir Haider Kamal Naqvi
  • Alice Amter – Alice Edwards
  • Ana-Alicia – Ana Alicia Ortiz
  • Ana Belén – María del Pilar Cuesta Acosta
  • Luana Anders – Luana Margo Anderson
  • Merry Anders – Mary Helen Anderson
  • Thomas Anders – Bernd Weidung
  • Elisabeth Andersen – Anna Elisabeth de Bruijn
  • Lale Andersen (akas: Liselotte Wilke, Nicola Wilke) – Elisabeth Carlotta Helena Berta Bunnenberg
  • Arn Anderson – Martin Anthony Lunde
  • Broncho Billy Anderson – Max Aronson
  • Daphne Anderson – Daphne Scrutton
  • Gerry Anderson – Gerald Alexander Abrahams
  • Juliet Anderson – Judith Carr
  • Ole Anderson – Alan Robert Rogowski
  • Fern Andra – Vernal Edna Andrews
  • Annette Andre – Annette Christine Andreallo
  • Gwili Andre – Gurli Andresen
  • Lona Andre – Launa Anderson
  • André 3000 – André Benjamin
  • André the Giant – André René Roussimoff
  • Stanley Andrews – Stanley Andrzejewski
  • Tod Andrews (akas: Michael Ames, Tod Williams) – Theodore Edwin Anderson
  • Tony Andruzzi (akas: Tony Andruzzi, Masklyn ye Mage, Daemon Ecks) – Antonio C. Andruzzi (name legally changed to Thomas S. Palmer)
  • Bob Andy – Keith Anderson
  • Horace Andy – Horace Hinds
  • Katja Andy – Käthe Aschaffenburg
  • Angel & Khriz – Angel Rivera Guzmán and Christian Colón
  • Criss Angel – Criss Sarantakos
  • Angela Maria – Abelim Maria da Cunha
  • Pier Angeli – Anna Maria Pierangeli
  • Steve Angello – Steven Angello Josefsson Fragogiannis
  • Angry Grandpa – Charles Marvin Green Jr.
  • Brandy Aniston (a.k.a. Tatum Pierce) – Heather Levinger
  • John Aniston – Giannis Anastasakis
  • Morris Ankrum – Morris Nussbaum
  • Julia Ann – Julia Ann Tavella
  • Anna-Lisa – Anna Lisa Ruud
  • Glory Annen – Glory Anne Clibbery
  • Adam Ant – Stuart Leslie Goddard
  • Chris Anthony (voice actress) – Christine D'Antonio
  • Gerald Anthony – Gerald Anthony Bucchiarelli
  • Joseph Anthony – Joseph Deuster
  • Little Anthony – Jerome Anthony Gourdine
  • Lysette Anthony – Lysette Chodzko
  • Marc Anthony – Marco Antonio Muñiz
  • Michael Anthony – Michael Anthony Sobolewski
  • Ray Anthony – Raymond Antonioni
  • Steve Anthony – Steve Gomes
  • Laura Antonelli – Laura Antonaz
  • Anya Marina – Anya Marina Kroth
  • Apache (rapper) – Anthony Peaks
  • Apache Indian – Steven Kapur
  • Rafaela Aparicio – Rafaela Díaz Valiente
  • Aphex Twin – Richard David James
  • apl.de.ap (The Black Eyed Peas) – Allan Pineda Lindo
  • Apollonia – Patricia Kotero
  • Navodaya Appachan – Maliampurackal Chacko Punnoose
  • Apparat (musician) – Sascha Ring
  • Fiona Apple – Fiona Apple McAfee Maggart
  • Stella Arbenina – Stella Zoe Whishaw

Ar–Az

Ba–Bi

Bi–Br

  • Joey Bishop – Joseph Abraham Gottlieb
  • Julie Bishop (a.k.a. Diane Duval) – Jacqueline Wells
  • Josie Bissett – Jolyn Christine Heutmaker
  • Biz Markie – Marcel Theo Hall
  • Bizzy Bone – Bryon McCane
  • Aloe Blacc – Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III
  • Black (singer) – Colin Vearncombe
  • Black Buddafly – Aminata and Safietou Schmahl (sisters)
  • Black Francis (a.k.a. Frank Black) – Charles Michael Kittridge Thompson, IV
  • Black Herman – Benjamin Rucker
  • Black Rob – Robert Ross
  • Black Thought – Tariq Luqmaan Trotter
  • Cilla Black – Priscilla Maria Veronica White
  • Jet Black – Brian Duffy
  • Karen Black – Karen Blanche Ziegler
  • Michael Ian Black – Michael Schwartz
  • Tony Blackplait – Tõnu Trubetsky
  • Harry Blackstone Sr. (a.k.a. Harry Bouton Blackstone) – Henry Boughton
  • Richard Blackwell (a.k.a. Mr. Blackwell) – Richard Sylvan Selzer
  • Richard Blade – Richard Sheppard (formerly known as Dick Sheppard)
  • David Blaine – David Blaine White
  • Hal Blaine – Harold Simon Belsky
  • Vivian Blaine – Vivian Stapleton
  • Betsy Blair – Elizabeth Winifred Boger
  • Janet Blair – Martha Jane Lafferty
  • Joyce Blair – Joyce Ogus
  • Lionel Blair – Henry Lionel Ogus
  • Patricia Blair (akas: Patricia Blake, Pat Blake) – Patsy Lou Blake
  • Amanda Blake – Beverly Louise Neill
  • Pamela Blake – Adele Pearce
  • Robert Blake – Michael James Vijencio Gubitosi
  • Whitney Blake – Nancy Ann Whitney
  • Nida Blanca – Dorothy Acueza Jones
  • Benny Blanco – Benjamin Levin
  • Clara Blandick – Clara Dickey
  • Marcie Blane – Marcia Blank
  • Sally Blane – Elizabeth Jane Young
  • Blasphemer – Rune Eriksen
  • Brenda Blethyn – Brenda Anne Bottle
  • Luka Bloom – Kevin Barry Moore
  • Kurtis Blow – Curtis Walker
  • Blowfly – Clarence Henry Reid
  • Blue Barron – Harry Freidman
  • Blue Demon – Alejandro Muñoz Moreno
  • Ashley Blue – Oriana Rene Small
  • Barry Blue – Barry Ian Green
  • Ben Blue – Benjamin Bernstein
  • Monte Blue – Gerard Montgomery Bluefeather
  • Vanessa Blue – Tanya Faulkner
  • Betty Blythe – Elizabeth Blythe Slaughter
  • Eddie Bo – Edwin Joseph Bocage
  • Bobby G (a.k.a. Bobby Gee) – Robert Alan Gubby
  • DJ Bobo – Peter René Baumann (or Peter René Cipiriano Baumann)
  • Willie Bobo – William Correa
  • Joe Bocan – Johanne Beauchamp
  • Van Bod – Vladimir Bodegrajac
  • Marc Bolan – Mark Feld
  • Ray Bolger – Raymond Wallace Bulcao[14][15]
  • Florinda Bolkan – Florinda Soares Bulcão
  • Tiffany Bolling – Tiffany Royce Kral
  • Sheila Bond – Sheila Phyllis Berman
  • Shirley Bonne – Shirley Mae Tanner
  • Vivian Bonnell – Enid Mosier
  • Frank Bonner – Frank Woodrow Boers Jr.
  • Marjorie Bonner (Ziegfeld Follies) – Marjorie Daw Collins
  • Bonnie Lou – Mary Joan Kath
  • Betty Boo – Alison Moira Clarkson
  • Ethel Booba – Ethyl Gabison
  • Booker T (wrestler) – Robert Booker Tio Huffman
  • Taka Boom – Yvonne Stevens
  • Mark Boone Junior – Mark Heidrich
  • Edwina Booth – Josephine Constance Woodruff
  • Shirley Booth – Marjory Ford (later known as Thelma Ford and Thelma Booth Ford before adopting the name Shirley Booth)
  • Ekrem Bora – Ekrem Şerif Uçak
  • Victor Borge – Borge Rosenbaum
  • Ernest Borgnine – Ermes Effron Borgnino
  • Lyrics Born – Tom Shimura
  • Sean Boru – Desmond Patrick Bruen
  • Lydia Bosch - Lydia Boquera de Buen
  • Eve Boswell – Eva Keleti
  • Barbara Bouchet – Barbara Gutscher
  • Bounty Killer – Rodney Price
  • Bow Wow – Shad Gregory Moss
  • Jim Bowen – Peter Williams
  • Julie Bowen – Julie Bowen Luetkemeyer
  • John Bowers – John Bowersox
  • David Bowie – David Robert Jones
  • Bowzer – Jon Bauman
  • Boxcar Willie – Lecil Travis Martin
  • Betty Boyd – Elizabeth Boyd Smith
  • Margot Boyd – Beryl Billings
  • Erica Boyer – Amanda Jensen
  • Jesse Bradford – Jesse Bradford Watrouse
  • Scott Brady – Gerard Kenneth Tierney
  • Eric Braeden – Hans Jörg Gudegast
  • Henry Brandon – Heinrich von Kleinbach
  • Jolene Brand – Jolene Marie Bufkin
  • Michael Brandon – Michael Feldman
  • Marianne Brandt – Marie Bischof
  • Keefe Brasselle – John J. Brasselli
  • Da Brat – Shawntae Harris
  • Creed Bratton – William Charles Schneider, later William Charles Ertmoed[clarification needed]
  • Linda Brava – Linda Magdalena Lampenius
  • Danny Bravo – Daniel Zaldivar
  • Nino Bravo – Luis Manuel Ferri Llopis
  • Alan Braxe – Alain Quême
  • Brazo de Oro (wrestler) – Jesús Alvarado Nieves
  • Marie Brema – Mary Agnes Fehrmann
  • Lepa Brena – Fahreta Jahić
  • Nicholas Brendon – Nicholas Brendon Schultz
  • Tom Breneman – Thomas Breneman Smith
  • Lisa Brenner – Lisa Dawn Goldstein
  • Evelyn Brent – Mary Elizabeth Riggs
  • George Brent – George Brendan Nolan
  • Edmond Breon – Edmund MacLaverty (or Edmond MacLaverty)
  • Jeremy Brett – Peter Jeremy William Huggins
  • Lucienne Bréval – Bertha Agnès Lisette Schilling
  • Brian Damage – Brian Keats
  • Fanny Brice – Fania Borach
  • Lew Brice – Louis Borach
  • Alison Brie – Alison Brie Schermerhorn
  • Bette Bright – Anne Martin
  • Andrea Brillantes – Anndrew Blythe Daguio Gorostiza
  • Pete Briquette – Patrick Cusack
  • Elton Britt – James Elton Baker
  • May Britt – Maybritt Wilkens
  • Barbara Britton – Barbara Brantingham
  • Pamela Britton (a.k.a. Gloria Owen) – Armilda Jane Owen
  • Gladys Brockwell – Gladys Lindeman
  • Steve Brodie – John Stevenson (some sources indicate John Stevens)
  • James Brolin – Craig Kenneth Bruderlin
  • Gustav Brom – Gustav Frkal
  • J. Edward Bromberg – Joseph Bromberger
  • June Bronhill – June Mary Gough
  • Charles Bronson – Charles Dennis Buchinsky
  • Jayne Brook – Jane Anderson
  • Kelly Brook – Kelly Ann Parsons
  • Hillary Brooke – Beatrice Sofia Mathilda Peterson
  • Walter Brooke – Gustav William Tweer Jr.
  • Albert Brooks – Albert Lawrence Einstein
  • Conrad Brooks – Conrad Biedrzycki
  • Donnie Brooks (akas: Johnny Jordan, John Faircloth, Dick Bush, Johnny Faire) – John Dee Abohosh
  • Elkie Brooks – Elaine Bookbinder
  • Geraldine Brooks – Geraldine Stroock
  • Hadda Brooks – Hattie L. Hapgood
  • Leslie Brooks (briefly known as Lorraine Gettman) – Virginia Gettman
  • Lonnie Brooks – Lee Baker Jr.
  • Martin E. Brooks – Martin Baum
  • Mel Brooks – Melvin Kaminsky

Br–Bz

Ca–Ch

Ch–Co

Co–Cz

Da–De

De–Du

  • Detsl (akas: Le Truk, Giuseppe Zhyostko) – Kirill Aleksandrovich Tolmatsky
  • Sarah Jezebel Deva – Sarah Jane Ferridge
  • Dame Ninette de Valois – Edris Stannus
  • Valentin de Vargas – Albert Charles Schubert
  • Anjali Devi – Anjani Kumar (birthname; later known as Anjani Kumari)
  • Willy DeVille (a.k.a. Willie DeVille) – William Paul Borsey Jr.
  • C.C. DeVille – Bruce Anthony Johannesson
  • Lizzy DeVine – Jimmy Johnson
  • Magenta Devine (a.k.a. Magenta De Vine) – Kim Taylor
  • Mat Devine – Nathaniel Hawkwinde III
  • Don Devlin – Donald R. Siegel
  • Dorothy Devore – Alma Inez Williams
  • Howard Devoto – Howard Andrew Trafford
  • Elaine Devry (a.k.a. Elaine Davis) – Thelma Elaine Mahnken
  • Jo de Winter – Juanita Daussat
  • Billy De Wolfe – William Andrew Jones
  • Anthony Dexter (a.k.a. Walter Craig) – Walter Reinhold Alfred Fleischmann
  • Brad Dexter – Boris Michel Soso
  • Jerry Dexter – Jerry Morris Chrisma
  • Agyness Deyn – Laura Michelle Hollins
  • Buck Dharma – Donald Roeser
  • Khigh Dhiegh – Kenneth Dickerson
  • Amy Diamond – Amy Linnéa Deasismont
  • Paul Diamond – Thomas Boric
  • Coby Dick – Jacoby Shaddix
  • Bernard Dicken – Bernard Sumner (has used other names, including Bernard Albrecht)
  • Angie Dickinson – Angeline Brown
  • Gloria Dickson – Thais Alalia Dickerson
  • Roy Ward Dickson – Richard Louis del Valle
  • Bo Diddley – Otha Ellas Bates (or Ellas Otha Bates); later adopted and renamed Ellas B. McDaniel
  • P. Diddy – Sean John Combs
  • Trife Diesel (a.k.a. Trife Da God) – Theo Bailey
  • Vin Diesel – Mark Vincent
  • Anton Diffring – Alfred Pollack
  • Dik Mik – Michael Davies
  • Bobby Digital – Robert Dixon
  • Daz Dillinger – Delmar Arnaud
  • James J. Dillon – James Morrison
  • Dimitri (clown) (aka Jakob Dimitri) – Dimitri Jakob Müller
  • Julio Dinero – Brian Wohl
  • Ronnie James Dio – Ronald James Padavona
  • Rose Dione – Claudine Rosalie Gras
  • Mike Dirnt – Michael Ryan Pritchard
  • Emilio Disi – Emilio Roberto Parada
  • Divine – Harris Glenn Milstead
  • Richard Dix – Ernst Carlton Brimmer
  • Floyd Dixon – Jay Riggins Jr.
  • Jean Dixon – Jean Jacques
  • DJ Drama – Tyree Cinque Simmons
  • DJ Kayslay (akas: The Drama King, Dezzy Dez, Slap Your Favorite DJ) – Keith Grayson
  • DJ Lance Rock – Lance Robertson
  • DJ Marky – Marco Antonio Silva
  • DJ Muggs – Lawrence Muggerud
  • DJ Mustard – Dijon Isaiah McFarlane
  • DJ Rashad – Rashad Harden
  • DJ Snake – William Sami Etienne Grigahcine
  • Shae D'Lyn – Shae D'lyn Sherertz
  • DMC – Darryl McDaniels
  • The D.O.C. – Tracy Curry
  • Doc Gynéco – Bruno Beausir
  • Doctor Dré (MTV/radio personality) – André Brown
  • Lew Dockstader – George Alfred Clapp
  • John Doe (from the band X) – John Nommensen Duchac
  • Deso Dogg – Denis Mamadou Gerhard Cuspert (a.k.a. Abou Maleeq)
  • Tymon Dogg – Stephen John Murray
  • Doink the Clown – Matthew Wade Osborne
  • Thomas Dolby – Thomas Morgan Robertson
  • Sir Anton Dolin – Sydney Francis Patrick Chippendall Healey-Kay
  • Dora Doll – Dorothea Hermina Feinberg
  • Dollar Brand (now known as Abdullah Ibrahim) – Adolph Johannes Brand
  • Dolly Sisters – Roszika Deutsch and Janszieka Deutsch
  • Don Cholito – Giuseppe Michael Agrelot
  • Don Francisco – Mario Luis Kreutzberger Blumenfeld
  • Don Omar – William Omar Landrón
  • Troy Donahue – Merle Johnson Jr.
  • Richard Donner – Richard Donald Schwartzberg
  • Martin Donovan – Martin Paul Smith
  • Stacey Donovan (akas: Ashley Britton, Ashly Britton, Camilla, Staci Donovan, Stacy Donovan, Tracey Donovan, Traci Donovan, Tracy Donovan, Kelly Howe) – Kellie Howell
  • Trevor Donovan – Trevor Donovan Neubauer
  • Lorna Doom – Teresa Ryan
  • Edsel Dope – Brian Charles Ebejer
  • Karin Dor – Kätherose Derr
  • Daisy D'ora – Daisy Freiin von Freyberg zu Eisenberg
  • Lucy Doraine – Ilona Kovács
  • Irma Dorantes – Irma Aguirre Martínez
  • Johnny Dorelli – Giorgio Guidi
  • Jorge Dória – Jorge Pires Ferreira
  • Dorian (rapper) – Alton Dorian Clark
  • Philip Dorn (sometimes billed as Frits van Dongen) – Hein van der Niet
  • Marie Doro – Marie Katherine Steward
  • Diana Dors (akas: Diana D'ors, Diana D'Ors) – Diana Mary Fluck
  • Fifi D'Orsay – Marie-Rose Angelina Yvonne Lussier
  • David Dortort – David Katz
  • Dos Caras – José Luis Rodríguez Arellano
  • Anita Doth – Anita Daniëlle Dels
  • Doug E. Doug – Douglas Bourne
  • Jon Dough – Chester Anuszak
  • Don Douglas – Douglas Kinleyside
  • Donna Douglas – Doris Ione Smith
  • Gordon Douglas – Gordon Douglas Brickner
  • Hal Douglas – Harold Cohen
  • Illeana Douglas – Illeana Hesselberg
  • Jerry Douglas (actor) – Gerald Rubenstein
  • Kirk Douglas – Issur Danielovitch Demsky
  • Mike Douglas – Michael Delaney Dowd Jr.
  • Paul Douglas – Paul Douglas Fleischer
  • Robert Douglas – Robert Douglas Finlayson
  • Shane Douglas – Troy Allan Martin
  • Sharon Douglas – Rhoda-Nelle (or Rhodanelle) Rader
  • Steve Douglas (saxophonist) – Steven Douglas Kreisman
  • Billie Dove – Bertha Bohny
  • Doveman – Thomas Bartlett
  • Nancy Dover – Judith Barrett
  • Peggy Dow – Peggy Josephine Varnadow
  • Taime Downe – Gus Molvik
  • Dr. Dre (N.W.A rapper) – André Romel Young
  • Dr. John – Malcolm John Rebennack
  • Dr. Tangalanga – Julio Victorio De Rissio
  • Drs. P (akas: Geo Staad, Coos Neetebeem, drandus P.) – Heinz Hermann Polzer
  • Billy Drago – William Eugene Burrows
  • Alfred Drake – Alfred Capurro
  • Charles Drake – Charles Ruppert
  • Dona Drake – Eunice Westmoreland
  • Frances Drake – Frances Dean
  • Tom Drake – Alfred Sinclair Alderdice
  • Mac Dre – Andre Louis Hicks
  • Tommy Dreamer – Thomas James Laughlin
  • Louise Dresser – Louise Josephine Kerlin
  • Marie Dressler – Leila Marie Koerber
  • Ellen Drew – Esther Loretta Ray
  • Robert Drivas – Robert Choromokos
  • Frank D'Rone – Frank Caldarone
  • Joanne Dru – Joan Letitia LaCock
  • Lima Duarte – Ariclenes Venâncio Martins
  • Marie Dubois – Claudine Lucie Pauline Huzé
  • Paulette Dubost – Paulette Marie Emma Deplanque
  • Buh Buh/Bubba Ray Dudley – Mark LoMonaco
  • Dave Dudley – David Darwin Pedruska
  • D-Von Dudley – Devon E. Hughes
  • Spike Dudley – Matthew Jonathan Hyson
  • Mickey Duff – Monek Prager
  • Julia Duffy – Julia Margaret Hinds

Du–Dz

Fa–Fr

Fr–Fz

  • Andrew G – Andrew Jonas Günsberg
  • Bobby G (also known as Bobby Gee) – Robert Alan Gubby
  • Daddy G – Grant Marshall
  • Dog G – Tseng Kuan-jung
  • Gina G – Gina Gardiner
  • Kenny G – Kenneth Bruce Gorelick
  • Shock G – Gregory Jacobs
  • Warren G – Warren Griffin
  • Gab – Gene Gabriel Drilon
  • Jean Gabin – Jean-Alexis Moncorgé
  • Chad Gable – Charles Betts
  • Gunter Gabriel – Günter Caspelherr
  • John Gabriel (actor) – Jack Monkarsh
  • Juan Gabriel (akas: Adán Luna, Juanga, El Divo de Juárez) – Alberto Aguilera Valadez
  • Josseline Gaël – Jeannine Augustine Jeanne Blanleuil
  • Lady Gaga – Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta
  • John Gale – Jun Gallardo
  • The Game – Jayceon Taylor
  • Vice Ganda – Jose Marie Borja Viceral
  • BB (BeBe) Gandanghari – Rustom Cariño-Padilla
  • Robert Gant – Robert Gonzalez
  • Greta Garbo – Greta Lovisa Gustafsson
  • Jean Garcia – Rosario Maitim
  • John Garfield – Jacob Julius Garfinkle
  • Beverly Garland – Beverly Lucy Fessenden
  • Judy Garland – Frances Ethel Gumm
  • James Garner – James Scott Bumgarner
  • Brad Garrett – Bradley Gerstenfeld
  • Leif Garrett – Leif Per Narvik
  • Spencer Garrett – Spencer Garrett Heckenkamp
  • David Garrick (singer) – Philip Darryl Core (some sources list his birth name as Darrell Philip Corré)
  • Martin Garrix – Martijn Garritsen
  • Willie Garson – William Garson Paszamant
  • John Gary – John Gary Strader
  • Linda Gary – Linda Dewoskin (or Linda Gary Dewoskin, varying sources)
  • Lorraine Gary – Lorraine Gottfried
  • Synyster Gates – Brian Elwin Haner Jr.
  • Mark Gaumont – Mark Ryan
  • Gene Gauntier – Genevieve Liggett
  • Cassandra Gava – Cassandra Gaviola
  • William Gaxton – Arturo Antonio Gaxiola
  • Git Gay (a.k.a. Birgit Carp) – Birgit Agda Holmberg
  • Maria Gay – María de Lourdes Lucia Antonia Pichot Gironés
  • Lisa Gaye – Leslie Gaye Griffin
  • Crystal Gayle – Brenda Gail Webb
  • Jackie Gayle – Jack Potovsky
  • Ronnie Gaylord – Ronald Fredianelli
  • George Gaynes – George Jongejans
  • Gloria Gaynor – Gloria Fowles
  • Mitzi Gaynor – Francesca Marlene de Czanyi von Gerber
  • Eunice Gayson – Eunice Elizabeth Sargaison
  • Gidget Gein – Bradley Stewart
  • Gene Gene the Dancing Machine – Eugene Patton
  • Dame Adeline Genée – Anina Kirstina Margarete Petra Jensen
  • The Big Geno – Randall Poffo
  • Sir Horace Gentleman – Horace Panter
  • Bobbie Gentry – Roberta Lee Streeter
  • Geordie – Kevin Walker
  • Boy George – George Alan O'Dowd
  • Cassietta George – Cassietta Baker
  • Gladys George – Gladys Clare Evans
  • Gorgeous George – George Raymond Wagner
  • John George (actor) – Tufei Filthela
  • Wally George – George Walter Pearch
  • Georgious – Georges Guibourg
  • Carl Gerard (a.k.a. Carl Gerrard) – Carl Gerhard Petersen
  • Danyel Gérard – Gérard Daniel Kherlakian
  • Gerardo (rapper) – Gerardo Mejía
  • Zinovy Gerdt – Zalman Efraimovich Khrapinovich
  • Ashlyn Gere – Kimberly Ashlyn McKamy
  • Gene Gerrard – Eugene O'Sullivan
  • Lisa Gerritsen – Lisa Orszag
  • George Gershwin – Jacob Gershowitz
  • Ira Gershwin – Israel Gershowitz
  • Valeska Gert – Gertrud Valesca Samosch
  • Get Cape. Wear Cape. Fly – Samuel Lloyd Duckworth
  • Stan Getz – Stanley Gayetzky (or Gayetsky, varying sources)
  • Tamara Geva – Tamara Zheverzheieva (or Gevergeyeva)
  • Ghostface Killah – Dennis Coles
  • Gian Marco – Gian Marco Javier Zignago Alcóver
  • Georgia Gibbs – Frieda Lipschitz
  • Terry Gibbs – Julius Gubenko
  • Henry Gibson – James Bateman
  • Julie Gibson – Gladys Camille Soray
  • Virginia Gibson – Virginia Gorski
  • Billy Gilbert – William Gilbert Barron
  • Irene Gilbert – Irene Liebert or Liebeschutz
  • John Gilbert – John Cecil Pringle
  • Paul Gilbert (actor) – Ed MacMahon
  • Sara Gilbert – Sara Rebecca Abeles
  • Rex Gildo (a.k.a. Alexander Gildo) – Ludwig Franz Hirtreiter
  • Jack Gilford – Jacob Aaron Gellman
  • Aidan Gillen – Aidan Murphy
  • Anita Gillette – Anita Luebben
  • Jean Gillie – Jean Mabel Coomber
  • Ann Gillis – Alma Mabel Conner
  • Jamie Gillis – Jamey Ira Gurman
  • Gail Gilmore (akas: Gale Gerber, Gail Gibson) – Gail Gerber
  • Virginia Gilmore – Sherman Virginia Poole
  • Amos Gitai – Amos Weinraub
  • Christine Glanville – Nancy Christine Fletcher
  • Peter Glenville – Peter Patrick Brabazon Browne
  • Gary Glitter – Paul Francis Gadd
  • Gloc-9 – Aristotle Pollisco
  • Marie Glory (a.k.a. Arlette Genny) – Raymonde Louise Marcelle Toully
  • Alma Gluck – Reba Feinsohn
  • Blanche Glynne – Blanche Hope Aitken
  • Jón Gnarr – Jón Gunnar Kristinsson
  • Eyal Golan – Eyal Biton
  • Ernest Gold – Ernst Sigmund Goldner
  • Whoopi Goldberg – Caryn Elaine Johnson
  • Samuel Goldwyn – Schmuel (or Szmuel) Gelbfisz (later known briefly as Samuel Goldfish)
  • C. Henry Gordon – Henry Racke
  • Don Gordon – Donald Walter Guadagno
  • Ruth Gordon – Ruth Gordon Jones
  • Charles Gordone – Charles Edward Fleming
  • Lesley Gore – Lesley Sue Goldstein
  • Nick Gore (a.k.a. Kalma) – Niko Hurme
  • Mel Gorham – Marilyn Schnaer
  • Gorilla Monsoon – Robert James Marella
  • Gorilla Zoe – Alonzo Mathis
  • Eydie Gormé – Edith Garmezano (per census records) or Edith Gormezano (most biographies)
  • Rita Gorr – Marguerite Geirnaert
  • Irv Gotti – Irving Lorenzo
  • Jetta Goudal – Juliette Henriette Goudeket
  • Paulo Goulart – Paulo Afonso Miessa
  • Elliott Gould – Elliot Goldstein
  • Harold Gould – Harold Goldstein
  • Govinda (actor) – Govinda Ahuja
  • Chantal Goya – Chantal de Guerre
  • Armando Goyena – Jose Revilla
  • Leslie Grace – Leslie Grace Martínez
  • Maggie Grace – Margaret Grace Denig
  • Bill Graham – Wulf Wolodia Grajonca
  • Superstar Billy Graham – Eldridge Wayne Coleman
  • Eve Graham – Evelyn May Beatson
  • T. Max Graham – Neil Graham Moran
  • Gloria Grahame – Gloria Grahame Hallward
  • Margot Grahame – Margaret Clark
  • Lou Gramm – Louis Grammatico
  • Gran Apache – Mario Balbuena González
  • Grand Puba – Maxwell Dixon
  • Stewart Granger – James Lablache Stewart
  • Cary Grant – Archibald Alexander Leach
  • Faye Grant – Faye Elizabeth Yoe
  • Gogi Grant – Myrtle Audrey Arinsberg
  • Kathryn Grant – Olive Kathryn Grandstaff
  • Kirby Grant – Kirby Grant Hoon Jr.
  • Lee Grant – Lyova Haskell Rosenthal
  • Rachel Grant – Rachel Louise Grant DeLongueuil
  • Richard E. Grant – Richard Grant Esterhuysen
  • Shauna Grant – Colleen Marie Applegate
  • Shelby Grant – Brenda Thompson
  • Don Grashey – Dominic Michael Guarasci
  • Steve Gravers – Solomon Gottlieb
  • Michale Graves – Michael Emanuel
  • Peter Graves – Peter Duesler Aurness
  • Ralph Graves – Ralph Horsburgh
  • Beatrice Gray – Bertrice Alice Kimbrough
  • Coleen Gray – Doris Bernice Jensen
  • Dobie Gray (akas: Leonard Ainsworth, Larry Curtis, Larry Dennis) – Lawrence Darrow Brown
  • Dolores Gray – Dolores Stein
  • Dorian Gray (Italian actress) – Maria Luisa Mangini
  • Dulcie Gray – Dulcie Winifred Catherine Bailey
  • Gilda Gray – Marianna Michalska
  • Jason Gray (musician) – Jason Jeffrey Gay
  • Jerry Gray (arranger) – Generoso Graziano
  • Macy Gray – Natalie Renee McIntyre
  • Sally Gray – Constance Vera Stevens
  • Ugly Dave Gray – Graham David Taylor
  • Vivean Gray – Jean Vivra Gray
  • Great Khali – Dalip Singh Rana
  • Great Muta – Keiji Mutoh
  • Green Gartside – Paul Julian Strohmeyer
  • Perlita Greco – Alfonsina Grecco Constantini
  • Cee Lo Green (a.k.a. Cee-Lo) – Thomas DeCarlo Callaway
  • Dan Green (voice actor) – James Hadley Snyder
  • Mitzi Green – Elizabeth Keno
  • Shecky Greene – Fred Sheldon Greenfield
  • Judy Greer – Judith Therese Evans
  • Greg K. – Gregory David Kriesel
  • Julie Gregg – Beverly Scalzo
  • Anne Grey – Aileen Stephen Ewing
  • Gloria Grey – Marie Draga
  • Joel Grey – Joel David Katz
  • Lita Grey – Lillita Louise MacMurray
  • Nan Grey – Eschal Loleet Grey Miller
  • Olga Grey – Anna Zacsek
  • Professor Griff – Richard Griffin
  • Ethel Griffies – Ethel Woods
  • Bessie Griffin – Arlette Broil
  • Corinne Griffith – Corinne Mae Griffin
  • Kenneth Griffith – Kenneth Reginald Griffiths
  • Toula Grivas – Panayiota Grivastopoulos
  • Johnny Grunge – Michael Durham
  • Robert Guillaume – Robert Peter Williams
  • Bonnie Guitar – Bonnie Buckingham
  • Bart Gunn (akas: Mike Barton, Bodacious Bart) – Michael Polchlopek
  • Guitar Guy – Brian Haner
  • Aliza Gur – Alizia Gross
  • Billy Guy – Frank Phillips Jr.
  • Edmund Gwenn – Edmund Kellaway
  • Anne Gwynne – Marguerite Gwynne Trice
  • Greta Gynt – Margrethe Woxholt
  • Alexis HK – Alexis Djoshkounian
  • Buddy Hackett – Leonard Hacker
  • Reed Hadley – Reed Herring
  • Sid Haig – Sidney Eddy Mosesian
  • Connie Haines – Yvonne Marie Antoinette JaMais
  • Alan Hale Jr. – Alan Hale Mackahan
  • Alan Hale Sr. – Rufus Edward Mackahan
  • Creighton Hale – Patrick Fitzgerald
  • Elvi Hale – Patricia Elvi Hake
  • Jonathan Hale – Jonathan Hatley
  • Monte Hale – Buren Ely
  • Jon Hall – Charles Felix Locher (or Charles Hall Locher, varying sources)
  • Monty Hall – Monte Halparin
  • Ruth Hall – Ruth Gloria Blasco Ibáñez
  • Neil Hallett – John W. Hallett Neil
  • Johnny Hallyday – Jean-Philippe Smet
  • Brett Halsey (a.k.a. Montgomery Ford) – Charles Oliver Hand
  • Julie Halston – Julie Abatelli
  • Gerald Hamer – Geoffrey Earl Watton
  • Bobby Hamilton – Robert Caristo
  • Russ Hamilton – Ronald Hulme
  • MC Hammer – Stanley Kirk Burrell
  • Will Hammer – William Hinds
  • Kay Hammond – Dorothy Katherine Standing
  • Bruce Hampton – Gustav Valentine Berglund III
  • Han Ye-seul (a.k.a. Leslie Kim) – Kim Ye-Seul-Yi
  • Cochin Haneefa (akas: Kochin Haneefa, Cochin Hanif, V.M.C. Hanifa, Cochin Haniffa, and Hanifa Kochin) – Salim Ahmed Ghoush
  • Roger Hanin – Roger Lévy
  • Hank the Angry Drunken Dwarf – Henry Joseph Nasiff Jr.
  • Colin Hanks – Colin Lewes Dillingham (surname was later changed legally)
  • Laurence Hanray – Lawrence Henry Jacobs
  • Setsuko Hara – Masae Aida
  • Max Hardcore – Paul Little
  • Theodore Hardeen – Weisz Ferenc Dezső (sometimes written as Ferencz Dezso Weisz)
  • Ty Hardin – Orison Whipple Hungerford Jr.
  • Ann Harding – Dorothy Walton Gatley
  • Sarah Harding – Sarah Nicole Hardman
  • Hardwell – Robbert van de Corput
  • Sir John Hare – John Fairs
  • Steve Harley – Stephen Malcolm Ronald Nice
  • Renny Harlin – Lauri Mauritz Harjola
  • Larry Harmon – Lawrence Weiss
  • Charlie Harper (singer) – David Charles Perez
  • Luke Harper (a.k.a. Brodie Lee) – Jon Huber
  • Slim Harpo – James Isaac Moore
  • Calvin Harris – Adam Richard Wiles
  • Jonathan Harris – Jonathan Daniel Charasuchin
  • Marcia Harris – Lena Hill
  • Marion Harris – Mary Ellen Harrison
  • Robert H. Harris – Robert H. Hurwitz
  • Ralf Harolde – Ralph Harold Wigger
  • Bobby Hart – Robert Luke Harshman
  • Mary Hart – Mary Johanna Harum
  • Mickey Hart – Michael Steven Hartman
  • Susan Hart – Susan Neidhart
  • Dee Hartford – Donna Higgins
  • Eden Hartford – Edna Marie Higgins
  • Nina Hartley – Marie Louise Hartman
  • Sumi Haru (a.k.a. Sumi Sevilla Haru) – Mildred Sevilla
  • John Harvey – John Harvey Johnson Jr.
  • Laurence Harvey – Laruschka Mischa Skikne
  • Muhammad Hassan (a.k.a. Mark Magnus) – Mark Copani
  • James Haven – James Haven Voight
  • June Haver – Beverly Jane Stovenour
  • June Havoc – Ellen Hovick
  • Davey Havok – David Passaro; later known as David Marchand
  • Jeremy Hawk – Cedric Lange
  • Nick Hawk – Nicholas Haas
  • John Hawkes – John Marvin Perkins
  • Michael Hawkins (sometimes known as Michael Gainsborough) – Thomas Knight Slater
  • Tony Hawks – Antony Gordon Hawksworth
  • Peggy Hayama – Shigeko Mori
  • Melissa Hayden – Mildred Herman
  • Julie Haydon – Donella Donaldson
  • Helen Hayes – Helen Hayes Brown
  • Margaret Hayes (akas: Dana Dale, Dana Edwards) – Florette Regina Ottenheimer
  • Peter Lind Hayes – Joseph Conrad Lind
  • Johnny Haymer – Haymer Lionel Flieg
  • Roberta Haynes – Roberta Arline Schack
  • Giant Haystacks – Martin Ruane
  • Susan Hayward – Edythe Marrenner
  • Thomas Hayward (tenor) – Thomas Albert Tibbett
  • Hy Hazell – Hyacinth Hazel Higgins
  • Johnny Hazzard – Frank Valenti
  • Ted Healy – Earnest Lea Nash (some sources cite Ernest Lee Nash)
  • Ann Hearn – Ann Neel Simons
  • Rick Hearst – Richard Charles Herbst
  • The Reverend Horton Heat – Jim Heath
  • Erin Heatherton – Erin Heather Bubley
  • Heffron Drive – Kendall Schmidt and Dustin Belt
  • Helen (actress) – Helen Ann Richardson
  • Brian Helicopter – Gareth Holder
  • Richard Hell – Richard Lester Meyers
  • Brigitte Helm – Brigitte Eva Gisela Schittenhelm
  • Buck Henry – Henry Zuckerman
  • Gloria Henry – Gloria McEniry
  • Pat Henry (comedian) – Patrick Henry Scarnato
  • Thomas Henty – Thomas John Cooper
  • Audrey Hepburn – Audrey Kathleen Ruston
  • Charles Herbert – Charles Herbert Saperstein
  • Holmes Herbert – Horace Edward Jenner
  • John Herbert – John Herbert Buckup
  • Corinne Hermès – Corinne Miller
  • Leonard Hermes – Cirio Santiago
  • Chris Hero – Christopher Spradlin
  • Roy Herrick – Roy Herring
  • Herrmann the Great (a.k.a. The Great Herrmann) – Alexander Herrmann
  • Barbara Hershey – Barbara Lynn Herzstein
  • Hanna Hertelendy (a.k.a. Hanna Landy) – Ilona Zimka
  • Irene Hervey – Beulah Irene Herwick
  • Sherrie Hewson – Sherrie Lynn Hutchinson
  • Anne Heywood – Violet Joan Pretty
  • hide – Hideto Matsumoto
  • Hijo del Santo – Jorge Guzmán Rodríguez
  • Hildegarde – Hildegarde Loretta Sell
  • Craig Hill – Craig Hill Fowler
  • Harry Hill – Matthew Keith Hall
  • Jonah Hill – Jonah Hill Feldstein
  • Steven Hill – Solomon Krakovsky
  • Thelma Hill – Thelma Floy Hillerman
  • Ronnie Hilton – Adrian Hill
  • Hip Hop Pantsula (akas: HHP, Jabba) – Jabulani Tsambo
  • Fred Ho – Fred Wei-han Houn
  • Rose Hobart – Rose Kefer
  • Dennis Hoey – Samuel David Hyams
  • Brooke Hogan – Brooke Ellen Bollea
  • Hulk Hogan – Terry Gene Bollea
  • Nick Hogan – Nicholas Allen Bollea
  • Fay Holden (a.k.a. Gaby Fay) – Dorothy Fay Hammerton
  • Joyce Holden – Jo Ann Heckert
  • Stanley Holden – Stanley Herbert Waller
  • William Holden – William Franklin Beedle, Jr.
  • Billie Holiday – Eleanora Fagan
  • Hope Holiday – Hope Jane Zee
  • Tony Holiday – Rolf Peter Knigge
  • Deidre Holland – Martine Helene Smit
  • Diane Holland – June Diane Neeltje
  • Xaviera Hollander – Vera de Vries
  • Judy Holliday – Judith Tuvim
  • Frigyes Hollósi – Frigyes Weininger
  • Hanya Holm – Johanna Eckert
  • Sir Ian Holm – Ian Holm Cuthbert
  • Libby Holman – Elizabeth Lloyd Holzman
  • John Holmes – John Curtis Estes
  • Rupert Holmes – David Goldstein
  • Stuart Holmes (a.k.a. Stewart Holmes) – Joseph Liebchen
  • Georgia Holt – Jackie Jean Crouch
  • Sandrine Holt – Sandrine Ho
  • Homer and Jethro – Henry D. Haynes and Kenneth C. Burns
  • Nancy Honeytree – Nancy Henigbaum
  • The Honky Tonk Man – Roy Wayne Farris
  • Peter Hook – Peter Woodhead
  • Linda Hopkins – Melinda Helen Mathews
  • Haché Horchatta – Patrick Aaron Hodgkins
  • Hornswoggle – Dylan Postl
  • Robert Hossein – Robert Hosseinoff
  • Harry Houdini – Erik Ivan Weisz
  • Rufus Hound – Robert James Blair Simpson
  • House Man – Theryl DeClouet
  • Tim Howar – Timothy Michael Hawryluk
  • Curly Howard – Jerome Lester Horwitz
  • Jean Howard – Ernestine Mahoney
  • John Howard – John Richard Cox, Jr.
  • Leslie Howard – Leslie Howard Stainer
  • Moe Howard – Moses Horwitz
  • Rance Howard – Harold Rance Beckenholdt
  • Shemp Howard – Samuel Horwitz
  • Susan Howard – Jeri Lynn Mooney
  • James Wong Howe – Wong Tung Jim
  • Howlin' Wolf – Chester Arthur Burnett
  • John Hoyt – John McArthur Hoysradt
  • Harold Huber – Harold Joseph Huberman
  • Rock Hudson – Roy Harold Scherer, Jr. (later known as Roy Fitzgerald, his stepfather's surname)
  • Jack Hues – Jeremy Allan Ryder
  • Kathleen Hughes – Elizabeth Margaret von Gerkan
  • Hümeyra – Hümeyra Akbay
  • Engelbert Humperdinck – Arnold George Dorsey
  • Oliver Humperdink – John Sutton
  • Sammo Hung – Hung Kam-po
  • Jeffrey Hunter – Henry Herman McKinnies, Jr.
  • Kim Hunter – Janet Cole
  • Tab Hunter – Arthur Andrew Kelm
  • Al Hurricane – Alberto Nelson Sanchez
  • Zakir Hussain (musician) – Zakir Hussain Qureshi
  • Will Hutchins – Marshall Lowell Hutchason
  • Betty Hutton – Elizabeth June Thornburg
  • Ina Ray Hutton – Odessa Cowan
  • Marion Hutton – Marion Thornburg
  • Craig Huxley – Craig Hundley
  • Paul Hyde – Paul Reginald Nelson
  • Diana Hyland – Diana (or Diane) Gentner
  • Tracey K – Tracey Kelliher
  • Ernie K-Doe – Ernest Kador, Jr.
  • Yaki Kadafi – Yafeu Akiyele Fula
  • Takeshi Kaga – Katsuta Shigekatsu
  • Carole Kai – Carole Shimizu
  • Musa Kaleem – Orlando Wright
  • Mindy Kaling – Vera Mindy Chokalingam
  • Kitty Kallen – Katherine Kalinsky
  • Hemmo Kallio – Herman Puttonen
  • Ini Kamoze – Cecil Campbell
  • Sean Kanan – Sean Perelman
  • Kane (wrestler) - Glenn Thomas Jacobs
  • Big Daddy Kane – Antonio Harding
  • Fred Kaps – Abraham Pieter Adrianus Bongers
  • James Karen – Jacob Karnofsky
  • Tzeni Karezi (a.k.a. Jenny Karezi) – Evgenia Karpouzi
  • Maya Karin – Maya Karin Roelcke
  • Rita Karin – Rita Karpinowicz
  • Anna Karina – Hanne Karin Blarke Bayer
  • Olga Karlatos – Olga Vlassopulos
  • John Karlen – John Adam Karlewicz
  • Miriam Karlin – Miriam Samuels
  • Boris Karloff – William Henry Pratt
  • Mick Karn – Andonis Michaelides
  • Richard Karn – Richard Karn Wilson
  • Fred Karno – Frederick John Westcott
  • Mariana Karr – María Elena Coppola González
  • Vasilis Karras – Vasilis Kesoglidis
  • Vybz Kartel – Adidja Azim Palmer
  • Shizuko Kasagi – Shizuko Kamei
  • Anna Kashfi – Johanna O'Callaghan
  • Philippe Katerine – Philippe Blanchard
  • Katherine Kath – Rose Marie Nelly Faess
  • Shintaro Katsu – Toshio Okumura
  • Beatrice Kay (akas: Honey Kuper, Honey Day) – Hannah Beatrice Kuper
  • Charles Kay – Charles Piff
  • Connie Kay – Conrad Henry Kirnon
  • Crystal Kay (a.k.a. Kuri(-chan), CK) – Crystal Kay Williams
  • John Kay – Joachim Fritz Krauledat
  • Lesli Kay (akas: Lesli Kay Coulouris; Lesli Kay Sterling) – Lesli Kay Pushkin
  • Celia Kaye – Celia Kay Burkholder
  • Danny Kaye (a.k.a. Danny Kolbin) – David Daniel Kaminsky
  • Sammy Kaye – Samuel Zarnocay
  • Stubby Kaye – Bernard Kotzin
  • Thorsten Kaye – Thorsten Ernst Kieselbach
  • Elia Kazan – Elias Kazanjoglou
  • Lainie Kazan – Lainie Levine
  • Staci Keanan – Anastasia Sagorsky
  • Michael Keaton – Michael John Douglas
  • Keb' Mo' – Kevin Roosevelt Moore
  • Tom Keene (actor) – George Duryea
  • Andrew Keir – Andrew Buggy
  • Donald Keith – Francis Feeney
  • Ian Keith – Keith Ross
  • Dame Penelope Keith – Penelope Anne Constance Hatfield
  • Richard Keith (actor) – Keith Thibodeaux
  • Robert Keith – Rolland Keith Richey
  • Toby Keith – Toby Keith Covel
  • Keri Kelli – Kenneth Fear Jr.
  • Roy Kellino – Philip Roy Gislingham
  • W. P. Kellino – William Philip Gislingham
  • Angel Kelly – Pamela Moore
  • Grace Kelly (musician) – Grace Chung
  • Jonathan Kelly – Jonathan Ledingham
  • Kelly Kelly – Barbara Jean Blank
  • "Shotgun" Tom Kelly (a.k.a. Bobby "Shotgun" McAllister) – Thomas Joseph Irwin
  • Jackie Kelso – John Joseph Kelson Jr.
  • Ed Kemmer – Edward William Kemmerer
  • William Hunter Kendal (or W. H. Kendal) – William Hunter Grimston
  • Marie Kendall – Mary Ann Florence Holyome
  • Tony Kendall – Luciano Stella
  • Kendrick Lamar – Kendrick Duckworth
  • Emma Kennedy – Elizabeth Emma Williams
  • Kevin Kennedy – Kevin Patrick Williams
  • Merna Kennedy – Maude Kahler
  • Mr. Kennedy (a.k.a. "Mr. Anderson") – Kenneth Anderson
  • Tom Kennedy – James Edward Narz
  • Allegra Kent – Iris Margo Cohen
  • Jean Kent (a.k.a. Jean Carr) – Joan Mildred Summerfield
  • Paul Kent (actor) – Paul Inglese
  • Paula Kent – Paula Jane Baer
  • Annette Kerr – Catherine Annette Kerr Peacock
  • Margaret Kerry – Peggy Lynch
  • Norman Kerry – Arnold Kaiser
  • Kesha – Kesha Rose Sebert
  • cEvin Key – Kevin William Crompton
  • T'Keyah Crystal Keymáh – Crystal Walker
  • Alicia Keys – Alicia Augello Cook
  • Wiz Khalifa – Cameron Jibril Thomaz
  • Chaka Khan – Carole Yvette Marie Stevens
  • Cynthia Khan – Yang Li-Tsing
  • Junaid Khan – Junaid Khan Niazi
  • Kid Chocolate – Eligio Sardiñas Montalvo
  • Kid Creole – August Darnell
  • Kid Ink – Brian Todd Collins
  • Kid Rock – Robert Ritchie
  • Mary Kid – Marie Anna Albertine Keul
  • Johnny Kidd (singer) – Frederick Albert Heath
  • Michael Kidd – Milton Greenwald
  • Udo Kier – Udo Kierspe
  • Killa Kela – Lee Potter
  • Killer Mike – Michael Render
  • Natalia Kills (akas: Natalia Cappuccini, Natalia Noemi Cappuccini-Sinclair, Verbal, Verbalicious, Verse) – Natalia Noemi Keery-Fisher
  • Andy Kim – Andrew Youakim
  • Lil' Kim – Kimberly Denise Jones
  • Sandra Kim – Sandra Caldarone
  • Ras Kimono – Ekeleke Elumelu
  • King Kester Emeneya – Jean Emeneya Mubiala Kwamambu
  • Alan King – Irwin Alan Kniberg
  • Albert King – Albert Nelson
  • Andrea King – Georgette André Barry
  • Anita King – Anna Keppen
  • Ash King – Ashutosh Ganguly
  • Ben E. King – Benjamin Earl Nelson
  • Carole King – Carol Joan Klein
  • Earl King – Earl Silas Johnson IV
  • Kip King – Jerome Kattan
  • Larry King – Lawrence Harvey Zeiger
  • Morgana King – Maria Grazia Morgana Messina
  • Pee Wee King – Julius Frank Anthony Kuczynski
  • Sonny King (singer) – Luigi Antonio Schiavone
  • Zalman King – Zalman King Lefkowitz
  • King Africa – Alan Duffy
  • King Diamond – Kim Bendix Petersen
  • King Kolax – William Little
  • King Kong Bundy – Christopher Alan Pallies
  • King Pleasure – Clarence Beeks
  • Sir Ben Kingsley – Krishna Pandit Banji
  • Kofi Kingston – Kofi Sarkodie-Mensah
  • Natalie Kingston – Natalia Ringstrom
  • Sean Kingston – Kisean Jamal Anderson
  • Kathleen Kinmont – Katheen Kinmont Smith
  • Klaus Kinski – Klaus Günter Karl Nakszynski
  • Nastassja Kinski – Nastassja Aglaia Nakszyński
  • Bruce Kirby – Bruno Giovanni Quidaciolu
  • Bruno Kirby – Bruno Giovanni Quidaciolu, Jr.
  • Phyllis Kirk – Phyllis Kirkegaard
  • Katie Kissoon – Kathleen Farthing
  • Eartha Kitt – Eartha Mae Keith
  • Alisha Klass – Alicia Lynn Pieri
  • Harry Klynn – Vasilis Triantafillidis
  • Beverley Knight – Beverley Anne Smith
  • June Knight – Margaret Rose Valliquietto
  • Patricia Knight – Marjorie Heintzen
  • Robert Knight (musician) – Robert Peebles
  • Ted Knight – Tadeusz Wladyslaw Konopka
  • Dr. Know – Gary Wayne Miller
  • Barbara Knox – Barbara Brothwood
  • Elyse Knox – Elsie Lillian Kornbrath
  • Nick Knox – Nicholas George Stephanoff
  • Johnny Knoxville – Phillip John Clapp
  • Bobby Knutt – Robert Andrew Wass
  • Ruth Kobart – Ruth Maxine Kahn
  • Oja Kodar – Olga Palinkaš
  • Caroline Kole – Caroline Kudelko
  • Ajith Kollam – Ajith Haridas
  • Krzysztof Komeda – Krzysztof Trzciński
  • Liliana Komorowska – Liliana Głąbczyńska
  • Andrei Konchalovsky (a.k.a. Andrei Sergeyevich Mikhalkov-Konchalovsky) – Andron Sergeyevich Mikhalkov
  • Kon Artis – Denaun Porter
  • Kool – Robert Bell
  • Kool Keith – Keith Matthew Thornton
  • Kool Moe Dee – Mohandas Dewese
  • Al Kooper – Alan Peter Kuperschmidt
  • Sir Alexander Korda – Sándor László Kellner
  • Véra Korène – Rébecca Véra Korestzky
  • Baltasar Kormákur – Baltasar Kormákur Samper
  • Fritz Kortner – Fritz Nathan Kohn
  • Sylva Koscina – Sylva Koskinon
  • Billy J. Kramer – William Ashton
  • Krayzie Bone – Anthony Henderson
  • Marta Kristen – Birgit Annalisa Rusanen
  • Liv Kristine – Liv Kristine Espenæs
  • Chad Kroeger – Chad Robert Turton
  • KRS-One – Lawrence Krisna Parker
  • Diane Kruger – Diane Heidkrüger
  • Ashok Kumar – Kumudlal Kanjilal Ganguly
  • Dilip Kumar – Muhammad Yusuf Khan
  • Kishore Kumar – Abhas Kumar Ganguly
  • Shalini Kumar (a.k.a. Shalini Ajith) – Shalini Babu
  • Susumu Kurobe (a.k.a. Susume Kurobe) – Takashi Yoshimoto
  • Stanley Kwan – Jinpang Guan

La–Lit

  • Julian L'Estrange – Julian Boyle
  • La Desideria – Ana González Olea
  • La Esterella – Esther Lambrechts
  • La Goulue – Louise Weber
  • La Jana – Henriette Margareta Niederauer (later legitimised as Henriette Margareta Hiebel)
  • La Sylphe – Edythe Lambelle
  • Patti LaBelle – Patricia Louise Holte
  • Art Laboe – Arthur Egnoian
  • Simon Lack – Alexander MacAlpine
  • Steve Lacy – Steven Norman Lackritz
  • Diane Ladd – Rose Diane Ladner
  • Lady Gaga – Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta
  • Lady Saw – Marion Hall
  • Lady Sovereign – Louise Amanda Harman
  • Bert Lahr – Irving Lahrheim
  • Leon Lai (a.k.a. Leon Lai-ming) – Lai Chit
  • Chasey Lain – Tiffany Anne Jones
  • Dame Cleo Laine – Clementine Dinah Bullock (later Clementina Dinah Campbell)
  • Frankie Laine – Francesco Paolo LoVecchio
  • Jenny Laird – Phyllis Edith Mary Blythe
  • Arthur Lake – Arthur Silverlake
  • Florence Lake – Florence Silverlake
  • Veronica Lake – Constance Frances Marie Ockleman (later known as Connie Keane, her stepfather's surname)
  • K. P. A. C. Lalitha – Maheshwari Amma
  • Kendrick Lamar – Kendrick Lamar Duckworth
  • Barbara La Marr – Reatha Dale Watson
  • Hedy Lamarr – Hedwig Eva Maria Kiesler
  • Mark Lambert (American actor) – Mark Robert Luebke
  • Peter Land – Peter Oliver White
  • David Lander – David Landau
  • Audrey Landers – Audrey Hamburg
  • Judy Landers – Judith Hamburg
  • Carole Landis – Frances Lillian Mary Ridste
  • Michael Landon – Eugene Michael Orowitz (or Eugene Maurice Orowitz, varying sources)
  • Abbe Lane – Abigail Francine Lassman
  • Allan Lane (a.k.a. Rocky Lane) – Harry Leonard Albershardt
  • Charles Lane – Charles Gerstle Levison
  • Jani Lane – John Kennedy Oswald (later changed to John Patrick Oswald)
  • Jocelyn Lane – Jocelyn Bolton
  • Leota Lane – Leotabel Mullican
  • Lola Lane – Dorothy Mullican
  • Lupino Lane – Henry William George Lupino
  • Nathan Lane – Joseph Lane
  • Priscilla Lane – Priscilla Mullican
  • Rosemary Lane – Rosemary Mullican
  • Sunny Lane – Holly Hodges
  • Eddie Lang – Salvatore Massaro
  • Howard Lang – Donald Yarranton
  • Jonny Lang – Jon Gordon Langseth Jr.
  • June Lang – Winifred June Vlasek
  • Sue Ane Langdon – Sue Lookhoff
  • Susan Lanier (a.k.a. Susan Lanier-Bramlett) – Susan Jean Engledow
  • Joi Lansing – Joyce Rae Brown
  • Robert Lansing – Robert Howell Brown
  • Sherry Lansing – Sherry Lee Heimann
  • Snooky Lanson – Roy Landman
  • Alexandra Lara – Alexandra Maria Plătăreanu
  • Catherine Lara – Catherine Bodet
  • Odete Lara – Odete Righi Bertoluzzi
  • Laraaji – Edward Larry Gordon
  • Alexis Laree – Michaela Laree James
  • Eddie Large – Edward Hugh McGinnis
  • Chris Larkin – Christopher Stephens
  • Rita La Roy – Ina La Roi Stuart
  • Keith Larsen – Keith Eric Burt
  • Wolf Larson – Wolfgang von Wyszecki
  • Larry the Cable Guy – Daniel Lawrence Whitney
  • Jack La Rue – Gaspere Biondolillo
  • Denise LaSalle (akas: Denise Craig, Denise Jones) – Ora Denise Allen
  • Zoe Laskari – Zoe Kouroukli (some sources cite Zoe Kourouklis)
  • Barbara Lass – Barbara Kwiatkowska
  • Yusef Abdul Lateef – William Emanuel Huddleston
  • Queen Latifah – Dana Elaine Owens
  • Stan Laurel – Arthur Stanley Jefferson
  • Dyanna Lauren (akas: Diana Lauren, Dyanna Lawson, Dyanna Whyte, Diana White, Dyanna Gray) – Diane Hurley
  • Paul Laurence – Paul Lawrence Jones III
  • Rose Laurens (a.k.a. Rose Merryl) – Rose Podwojny
  • Piper Laurie – Rosetta Jacobs
  • Ève Lavallière – Eugénie Marie Pascaline Fenoglio
  • Lea Laven (a.k.a. Lea Forssell) – Lea Luukinen
  • Daliah Lavi – Daliah Lewinbuk (or Levenbuch)
  • John-Paul Lavoisier – John Paul Seponski
  • Blackie Lawless – Steven Edward Duren
  • Lawrence – Lawrence Hayward
  • Carol Lawrence – Carol Maria Laraia
  • Eddie Lawrence – Lawrence Eisler
  • Gertrude Lawrence – Gertrude Alice Dagmar Klasen
  • Jay Lawrence (actor) – Jay Storch
  • Joey Lawrence – Joseph Lawrence Mignona, Jr.
  • Steve Lawrence – Sidney Liebowitz
  • Vicki Lawrence – Vicki Ann Axelrad
  • Priscilla Lawson – Priscilla Shortridge
  • Dorothy Layton – Dorothy Ann Wannenwetsch
  • George Layton – George Lowy
  • Layzie Bone – Steven Howse
  • Barbara Lea – Barbara LeCoq
  • Nicholas Lea – Nicholas Christopher Herbert
  • Lead Belly (a.k.a. Leadbelly) – Huddie William Ledbetter
  • Rachelle Leah – Rachelle Leah San Filippo
  • Leo Leandros (aka Mario Panas) – Leandros Papathanasiou
  • Vicky Leandros – Vassiliki Papathanasiou
  • Ginette Leclerc – Geneviève Lucie Menut
  • Inda Ledesma – Margarita Rodríguez
  • Valentin le désossé – Jacques Renaudin
  • AJ Lee – April Jeanette Mendez
  • Amos Lee – Ryan Anthony Massaro
  • Anna Lee – Joan Boniface Winnifrith
  • Brenda Lee – Brenda Mae Tarpley
  • Bruce Lee – Lee Jun-fan
  • Dixie Lee – Wilma Winifred Wyatt
  • Dorothy Lee (actress) – Marjorie Elizabeth Millsap
  • Frances Lee – Merna (or Myrna) Tibbetts
  • Geddy Lee – Gary Lee Weinrib
  • Georgia Lee – Dulcie Rama Pitt
  • Gwen Lee – Gwendolyn Lepinski
  • Gypsy Rose Lee – Rose Louise Hovick
  • Hyapatia Lee – Victoria Lynch (or Vicki Lynch)
  • Keiran Lee - Adam Diksa
  • Lila Lee – Augusta Wilhelmena Fredericka Appel
  • Madeline Lee (akas: Madeline Lee Gilford, Madeline Gilford) – Madeline Lederman
  • Mary Lee – Mary Lee Wooters
  • Michele Lee – Michele Lee Dusick
  • Peggy Lee – Norma Delores Egstrom
  • Pinky Lee – Pincus Leff
  • Rita Lee – Rita Lee Jones (also known as Rita Lee Jones Carvalho)
  • Ruta Lee – Ruta Mary Kilmonis
  • St. Clair Lee – Bernard Henderson
  • Stan Lee – Stanley Martin Lieber
  • Tommy Lee – Thomas Lee Bass
  • Andrea Leeds – Antoinette Lees
  • Lila Leeds – Lila Lee Wilkinson
  • John Leeson – John Francis Christopher Ducker
  • Left Eye – Lisa Nicole Lopes
  • John Legend – John Stephens
  • Mirtha Legrand – Rosa María Juana Martínez Suárez
  • Silvia Legrand – María Aurelia Paula Martínez Suárez
  • Val Lehman – Valerie Kathleen Willis
  • Chyler Leigh – Chyler Leigh Potts
  • Dorian Leigh – Dorian Leigh Parker
  • Janet Leigh – Jeanette Helen Morrison
  • Jennifer Jason Leigh – Jennifer Leigh Morrow
  • Megan Leigh – Michelle Maira Schei
  • Mitch Leigh – Irwin Michnick
  • Suzanna Leigh – Sandra Eileen Anne Smith
  • Jan Leighton – Milton Lichtman
  • Lillian Leitzel – Leopoldina Alitza Pelikan
  • Marcelle Lender – Anne-Marie Marcelle Bastien
  • Dan Leno – George Wild Galvin
  • Rula Lenska – Róża Maria Leopoldyna Łubieńska
  • Lotte Lenya – Karoline Wilhelmine Charlotte Blamauer
  • Jack E. Leonard – Leonard Lebitsky
  • Queenie Leonard – Pearl Walker
  • Sheldon Leonard – Leonard Sheldon Bershad
  • Téa Leoni – Elizabeth Téa Pantaleoni
  • Mimi Lerner – Emilia Lipczer
  • Amy Leslie – Lillian West
  • Joan Leslie – Joan Agnes Theresa Sadie Brodel
  • John Leslie (director) (akas: John Leslie Dupre, Frederick Watson, and Lenny Lovely) – John Leslie Nuzzo
  • Ketty Lester – Revoyda Frierson
  • Mark Lester – Mark Letzer
  • Jay Lethal – Jamar Shipman
  • Gigi Leung – Leung Bik-zi (later changed to Leung Wing-kei)
  • John Levene – John Anthony Woods
  • Johnny Lever – John Prakash Rao Janumala
  • Zachary Levi – Zachary Levi Pugh
  • Samantha Lewes – Susan Jane Dillingham
  • Al Lewis – Albert Meister
  • Ed "Strangler" Lewis – Robert Herman Julius Friedrich
  • Gary Lewis (actor) – Gary Stevenson
  • Gary Lewis (musician) – Gary Harold Lee Levitch
  • Huey Lewis – Hugh Anthony Cregg III
  • Jerry Lewis – Jerome Levitch (not "Joseph Levitch" as some sources have indicated)
  • Joe E. Lewis – Joseph Klewan
  • Mel Lewis – Melvin Sokoloff
  • Robert Q. Lewis – Robert Goldberg
  • Shari Lewis – Sonia Phyllis Hurwitz
  • Smiley Lewis – Overton Amos Lemons
  • Ted Lewis – Theodore Leopold Friedman
  • Val Lewton – Vladimir Ivan Leventon (also known briefly as Carlos Keith)
  • Jet Li – Li Lian Jie/Li Lianjie
  • Lykke Li – Li Lykke Timotej Zachrisson
  • Mr. Lif – Jeffrey Haynes
  • Alex Lifeson – Aleksandar Živojinović
  • Judith Light – Judith Ellen Licht
  • Winnie Lightner – Winifred Reeves
  • Lil' Chris – Christopher James Hardman
  • Lil' Kim – Kimberly Jones
  • Lil Mama – Niatia Jessica Kirkland
  • Lil Peep – Gustav Åhr
  • Lil' Romeo (a.k.a. Romeo) – Percy Romeo Miller, Jr.
  • Lil' Wayne – Dwanye Carter
  • Lil Wyte – Patrick Lanshaw
  • Lil Xan - Diego Leanos
  • Lil Yachty – Miles Parks McCollum
  • Lill-Babs – Barbro Margareta Svensson
  • Bjarne Liller – Bjarne Bent Rønne Pedersen
  • Rickey Lime (a.k.a. Rickey Goodling) – Anna Goodling
  • Abbey Lincoln – Anna Marie Wooldridge
  • Andrew Lincoln – Andrew James Clutterbuck
  • Elmo Lincoln – Otto Elmo Linkenhelt
  • Henry Lincoln – Henry Soskin
  • Pamela Lincoln – Pamela Gill
  • Anita Linda – Alice Lake
  • Hal Linden – Harold Lipschitz
  • Max Linder – Gabriel-Maximilien Leuvielle
  • Howard Lindsay – Herman Nelke
  • Margaret Lindsay – Margaret Kies
  • Robert Lindsay – Robert Lindsay Stevenson
  • Lisa Lisa – Lisa Velez
  • Lisa M. – Marlisa Marrero Vázquez
  • Virna Lisi – Virna Lisa Pieralisi
  • Lita – Amy Dumas
  • Ann Little – Mary Brooks
  • Jack Little (a.k.a. Little Jack Little) – John Leonard
  • Lord Littlebrook – Eric Tovey
  • Eddie Little Sky – Edsel Wallace Little
  • Little Tony (singer) – Antonio Ciacci

Liv–Lz

Ma–Me

Me–Mo

  • Kay Medford – Margaret Kathleen Regan
  • Meek Mill – Robert Williams
  • Ralph Meeker – Ralph Rathgeber
  • Meera Jasmine – Jasmine Mary Joseph
  • Meja – Anna Pernilla Torndahl
  • Larry Bud Melman – Calvert Grant DeForest
  • Eddie Mekka – Rudolph Edward Mekjian
  • Dame Nellie Melba – Helen Porter Mitchell
  • Melky Sedeck – Blandinna Melky Jean & Farel Sedeck Guerschom Jean
  • Melle Mel – Melvin Glover
  • George Melachrino – George Miltiades
  • Jack Melford – John Kenneth George Melford Smith
  • Marisa Mell – Marlies Theres Moitzi
  • Raquel Meller – Francisca Romana Marqués López
  • Mellow Man Ace – Ulpiano Sergio Reyes
  • Luiz Melodia – Luiz Carlos dos Santos
  • Silvy Melody – Silvy De Bie
  • Sid Melton – Sidney Meltzer
  • Memphis Bleek – Malik Cox
  • Memphis Slim – John Len Chatman
  • Marie Menken – Marie Menkevicius
  • Doro Merande – Dora Matthews
  • Vivien Merchant – Ada Thompson
  • Melina Mercouri – Maria Amalia Mercouris
  • Freddie Mercury – Farrokh Bulsara
  • Lee Meredith – Judith Lee Sauls
  • Bess Meredyth – Helen Elizabeth MacGlashen
  • Tita Merello – Laura Ana Merelli
  • Yolanda Mérida – Yolanda Noemí Alpuche Morales
  • Jan Merlin – Jan Wasylewski
  • Ethel Merman – Ethel Agnes Zimmermann
  • Lynn Merrick – Marilyn Llewelling
  • Dina Merrill – Nedenia Marjorie Hutton
  • Helen Merrill – Jelena Ana Milcetic
  • Robert Merrill – Moishe Miller
  • William Mervyn – William Mervyn Pickwoad
  • Eddie Mesa – Eduardo Eigenmann
  • Method Man – Clifford Smith
  • Harry Meyen – Harald Haubenstock
  • Ángela Meyer – Angela Maurano
  • Vsevolod Meyerhold – Karl Kasimir Theodor Meiergold
  • Hack Meyers – Donald Haviland
  • George Michael – Georgios Kyriacos Panayiotou
  • Ralph Michael – Ralph Champion Shotter
  • Ras Michael – Michael George Henry
  • Bret Michaels – Bret Michael Sychak
  • Frankie Michaels – Francis Michael Chernesky
  • Marilyn Michaels – Marilyn Sternberg
  • Shawn Michaels – Michael Shawn Hickenbottom
  • Tammy Lynn Michaels – Tammy Lynn Doring
  • Lea Michele – Lea Michele Sarfati
  • Michael Michele – Michael Michele Williams
  • Candice Michelle – Candice Michelle Beckman
  • Donna Michelle – Donna Michelle Ronne
  • Janee Michelle (a.k.a. Gee Tucker) – Geneva Leona Mercadel
  • M.I.A. (rapper) – Mathangi Arulpragasam
  • MickDeth – Mick Richard Morris
  • Guy Middleton – Guy Middleton Powell
  • Johnny Midnight – John William Xeres-Burgos Joseph Jr.
  • Luis Miguel – Luis Miguel Gallego Basteri
  • Mika – Michael Holbrook Penniman Jr.
  • George Mikell – Jurgis Mikelaitis
  • Ted V. Mikels – Theodore Vincent Mikacevich
  • Mikey Dread – Michael George Campbell
  • miKKa – Mihajlo Obrenov
  • Mil Máscaras – Aaron Rodríguez Arellano
  • Garry Miles – James Cason
  • Robert Miles (a.k.a. Roberto Milani) – Roberto Concina
  • Lewis Milestone – Lev Milstein
  • Tomas Milian – Tomás Quintín Rodríguez
  • Victor Millan – Joseph Brown
  • Ray Milland – Reginald Alfred John Truscott-Jones
  • Mary Millar – Irene Mary Wetton
  • Ann Miller – Johnnie Lucille Collier
  • Eve Miller – Eve Turner
  • Kristine Miller – Jacqueline Olivia Eskesen
  • Mac Miller – Malcolm McCormick
  • Marilyn Miller – Mary Ellen Reynolds
  • Martin Miller – Rudolph Muller
  • Mick Miller (comedian) – Michael Lawton
  • Millie – Millicent Dolly May Small
  • Lucius Venable Millinder (a.k.a. Lucky Millinder) – Lucius Venables
  • Bird Millman – Jennadean Engleman
  • Donna Mills – Donna Jean Miller
  • Florence Mills – Florence Winfrey
  • Milos Milos – Miloš Milošević
  • Mina – Anna Maria Mazzini
  • Ara Mina – Hazel Klenk Reyes
  • Nicki Minaj – Onika Tanya Maraj
  • Ming Dow – Lin Chao-chang
  • Ming Na (akas: Ming Na Wen, Ming Wen) – Ming-Na Wen
  • Minimaks – Milovan Ilić
  • Minnesota Fats – Rudolf Walter Wanderon Jr. (later "Wanderone")
  • Mike Minor (actor) – Michael Fedderson
  • Mary Miles Minter – Juliet Reilly
  • Alexis Minotis – Alexis Minotakis
  • Miou-Miou – Sylvette Herry
  • Isa Miranda – Ines Isabella Sampietro
  • Soledad Miranda (akas: Susann Korda, Susan Korday) – Soledad Rendón Bueno
  • Miss Cleo – Youree Dell Harris
  • Miss Elizabeth – Elizabeth Ann Hulette
  • Miss Kittin – Caroline Hervé
  • Mississippi Slim – Carvel Lee Ausborn
  • Rey Misterio (or Rey Mysterio, Jr.) – Óscar Gutiérrez Rubio
  • Mister You – Younes Latifi
  • Mistinguett – Jeanne Bourgeois
  • Father John Misty (a.k.a. J. Tillman) – Joshua Michael Tillman
  • Duke Mitchell – Dominic Salvatore Miceli
  • Frank Mitchell (presenter) – Francis McClory
  • Gordon Mitchell – Charles Allen Pendleton
  • Guy Mitchell – Albert George Cernik
  • Joni Mitchell – Roberta Joan Anderson
  • Norman Mitchell – Norman Mitchell Driver
  • Warren Mitchell – Warren Misell
  • Yvonne Mitchell – Yvonne Frances Joseph
  • Akihiro Miwa – Shingo Maruyama (later known as Akihiro Maruyama)
  • Art Mix – George Washington Kesterson
  • Sir Mix-A-Lot – Anthony Ray
  • Mimi Miyagi – Melody Damayo
  • AC Mizal – Mizal Zaini
  • The Miz – Michael Mizanin
  • Mizchif – Hechichamunorwa Mount Zion Kwenda
  • Agnez Mo – Agnes Monica Muljoto
  • Mighty Mo (kickboxer) – Siala-Mou Siliga
  • Mo B. Dick (akas: The Shaman Mahatmah, Ruhi Anubis Yazid, Ruh) – Raymond E. Poole
  • Mo-Do – Fabio Frittelli
  • Moby – Richard Melville Hall
  • Mac Mohan – Mohan Makhijani
  • Moka Only – Daniel Denton
  • Mona Lisa – Gloria Lerma Yatco
  • Janelle Monáe – Janelle Monáe Robinson
  • Mike Mondo – Michael Steven Brendli
  • Money Mark – Mark Ramos-Nishita
  • Pierre Mondy – Pierre Cuq
  • Eddie Money – Edward Joseph Mahoney
  • Owen Money (a.k.a. Gerry Braden) – Lynn Mittell
  • Matt Monro – Terence Edward Parsons
  • Jordan Monroe – Emily Ranheim
  • Princess Bambi Monroe – Taylor Ashley Horn
  • Tami Monroe – Jessica Wells
  • Monsieur Pierre – Pierre Jean Phillipe Zurcher-Margolle
  • Country Dick Montana – Daniel Monte McLain
  • Lenny Montana – Leonardo Passofaro
  • Montie Montana – Owen Harlen Mickel
  • Patsy Montana – Ruby Rose Blevins
  • Yves Montand – Ivo Livi
  • Toni Montano – Velibor Miljković
  • Chris Montez – Ezekiel Christopher Montanez
  • Maria Montez – María Antonia García Vidal de Santo Silas (some sources cite María África Gracia Vidal or María África Antonia Gracia Vidal de Santo Silas)
  • Ricardo Montez – Levy Isaac Attias
  • Montgomery Gentry – Gerald Edward Montgomery and Troy Gentry
  • George Montgomery – George Montgomery Letz
  • Carlotta Monti – Carlotta Montijo
  • Sara Montiel (akas: Sarita Montiel; Saritísima) – María Antonia Abad Fernández
  • Mike Monty (akas: Mike Monti, Michael Monty, Mike Monte) – Michael O'Donahue
  • Ivan L. Moody (a.k.a. Ghost) – Ivan Lewis Greening
  • Ron Moody – Ronald Moodnick
  • Debra Mooney – Debra Vick
  • Lova Moor – Marie-Claude Jourdain
  • Colleen Moore – Kathleen Morrison
  • Garry Moore – Thomas Garrison Morfit
  • Julianne Moore – Julie Anne Smith
  • Melba Moore – Beatrice Melba Hill
  • Michael D. Moore (child actor and film director) (a.k.a. Mickey Moore) – Michael Sheffield
  • Stephen Campbell Moore – Stephen Moore Thorpe
  • Terry Moore (akas: Judy Ford, Jan Ford, and January Ford) – Helen Luella Koford

Mo–Mz

  • Natalie Moorhead – Nathalia Messner
  • Vina Morales – Sharon Garcia Magdayao
  • Eric Morecambe – John Eric Bartholomew
  • André Morell – Cecil André Mesritz
  • Monica Morell – Monica Wirz-Römer
  • Rosa Morena – Manuela Otilia Pulgarín González
  • Antonio Moreno – Antonio Garrido Monteagudo
  • Rosita Moreno – Gabriela Victoria Viñolas
  • Camila Morgado – Camila Ribeiro da Silva
  • Chesty Morgan – Ilana Wilczkowsky
  • Dennis Morgan (aka Richard Stanley) – Earl Stanley Morner
  • Frank Morgan – Francis Phillip Wuppermann
  • Gary Morgan – Gary Panansky
  • Harry Morgan – Harry Bratsberg (often spelled Bratsburg)
  • Helen Morgan – Helen Riggins
  • Henry Morgan (humorist) – Henry Lerner Van Ost, Jr.
  • Jane Morgan – Florence Catherine Currier
  • Lina Morgan – María de los Ángeles López Segovia
  • Michèle Morgan – Simone Renée Roussel
  • Ralph Morgan – Raphael Kuhner Wuppermann
  • Shaun Morgan – Shaun Morgan Welgemoed
  • Morganna the Kissing Bandit – Morganna Roberts
  • Claudia Mori – Claudia Moroni
  • Toshia Mori (akas: Shia Jung, Toshia Ichioka, Toshi Mori, and Tashia Mori) – Toshiye Ichioka
  • Pat Morita – Morita Noriyuki
  • Louisa Moritz – Luisa Cira Castro Netto
  • Gaby Morlay – Blanche Pauline Fumoleau
  • Karen Morley – Mildred Linton
  • Oliver Morosco – Oliver Mitchell
  • Aubrey Morris – Aubrey Jack Steinberg
  • Lewis Morrison – Morris W. Morris
  • Patricia Morrison – Patricia Anne Rainone
  • Shelley Morrison – Rachel Mitrani
  • Buddy Morrow – Muni Zudekoff
  • Doretta Morrow – Doretta Marano
  • Susan Morrow – Jacqueline Ann Teresa Bernadette Immoor
  • Gary Morton – Morton Goldapper
  • Hugh Morton – Hugh Morton Eden
  • James C. Morton (akas: James C. Lankton, James Carmody Lankton) – Thomas Richard Potts
  • Jelly Roll Morton – Ferdinand Joseph LaMothe (also possibly spelled Lemott, LaMotte or LaMenthe)
  • Maurice Moscovitch (a.k.a. Maurice Moscovich) – Morris Maaskov
  • Mos Def – Dante Terrell Smith
  • Hans Moser – Johann Julier
  • Mickie Most – Michael Peter Hayes
  • Iwa Moto – Aileen Quimado Iwamoto
  • Movita – Maria Luisa Castaneda
  • Alan Mowbray – Alfred Ernest Allen
  • Patrick Mower – Patrick Archibald Shaw
  • Stephen Moyer – Stephen John Emery
  • Mr. II – Joseph Mbilinyi
  • Mr. Flash – Gilles Bousquet
  • Mr. Fuji – Harry Fujiwara
  • Ms. Dynamite (a.k.a. Lady Dynamite) – Niomi Arleen Daley
  • Ms. Melodie – Ramona Scott
  • Muddy Waters – McKinley Morganfield
  • Jean Muir – Jean Muir Fullarton
  • Chocoball Mukai – Yutaka Mukaiyama
  • Blackjack Mulligan (akas: Big Bob Windham, Big Machine) – Robert Deroy Windham
  • muMs da Schemer – Craig Grant
  • Mumzy Stranger – Muhammad Mumith Ahmed
  • Paul Muni – Meshilem Meier Weisenfreund
  • Alex Munro – Alexander Neilson Horsburgh
  • Janet Munro – Janet Neilson Horsburgh
  • Ona Munson – Ona Wolcott
  • Alma Muriel – Alma Muriel del Sordo
  • F. W. Murnau (aka Friedrich Wilhelm Murnau) – Friedrich Wilhelm Plumpe
  • Arthur Murray – Arthur Teichman
  • Brian Murray – Brian Bell
  • Jan Murray – Murray Janofsky
  • Ken Murray – Kenneth Abner Doncourt
  • Lyn Murray – Lionel Breeze
  • Mae Murray – Marie Adrienne Koenig
  • Murray the K – Murray Kaufman
  • Junior Murvin – Murvin Junior Smith
  • Musidora – Jeanne Roques
  • Musiq Soulchild (or Musiq) – Taalib Johnson
  • Ivar Must – Igor Tsõganov
  • Lothar Müthel – Lothar Max Lütcke
  • Ornella Muti – Francesca Romana Rivelli
  • Mýa – Mýa Marie Harrison
  • Alannah Myles – Alannah Byles
  • Meg Myles – Billie Jean Jones
  • Myra (singer) – Mayra Caról Ambriz Quintana
  • Marie Myriam – Myriam Lopes
  • Odette Myrtil – Odette Laure Clotilde Quignarde
  • Paul Nabor – Alfonso Palacio
  • Kendo Nagasaki – Peter William Thornley
  • Anne Nagel – Anne Dolan
  • Nagma – Nandita Arvind Morarji
  • Jimmy Nail – James Michael Aloysius Bradford
  • Laurence Naismith – Lawrence Johnson
  • Bif Naked – Beth Torbert
  • Nakia – Nakia Reynoso
  • Reggie Nalder – Alfred Reginald Natzler
  • Nita Naldi – Mary Dooley
  • Marguerite Namara – Marguerite Evelyn Cecilia Banks
  • Diana Napier – Alice Mary Ellis
  • Nargis (a.k.a. Nargis Dutt) – Fatima Rashid
  • Nas – Nasir bin Olu Dara Jones
  • Paul Naschy – Jacinto Molina Álvarez
  • Nash the Slash – Jeff Plewman
  • Niecy Nash – Carol Denise Ensley
  • Adile Naşit – Adile Naşit Özcan
  • Marie-José Nat – Marie-José Benhalassa
  • Natalya – Natalie Katherine Neidhart
  • Nate Dogg – Nathaniel Dwayne Hale
  • Nattefrost – Roger Rasmussen
  • Alla Nazimova – Marem-Ides Leventon (also, Adelaida Yakovlevna Leventon)
  • Amedeo Nazzari – Salvatore Amedeo Buffa
  • N'dambi (a.k.a. N'Dambi) – Chonita Nicole Gillespie, also Chonita Gilbert
  • Me'shell Ndegeocello – Michelle Johnson, later Meshell Suihailia Bashir Shakur
  • Dame Anna Neagle – Florence Marjorie Robertson
  • Necro (rapper) – Ron Raphael Braunstein
  • Nelson Ned – Nelson Ned d'Ávila Pinto
  • Connie Needham (aka Connie Newton) – Connie Marie Bowen
  • Pola Negri – Apolonia Chałupec (or Apolonia Chalupec)
  • Vince Neil – Vincent Neil Wharton
  • Roy William Neill – Roland de Gostrie
  • Adelaide Neilson – Elizabeth Ann Brown
  • Perlita Neilson – Margaret Phillipa Sowden
  • Nelly – Cornell Haynes, Jr.
  • Nelly (Egyptian entertainer) – Nelly Artin Kalfayan
  • Barry Nelson – Robert Haakon Nielsen
  • Gene Nelson – Leander Eugene Berg
  • Nena – Gabriele Susanne Kerner
  • Nadia Nerina – Nadine Judd
  • Carlo Nero – Carlo Gabriel Sparanero
  • Franco Nero – Francesco Clemente Giuseppe Sparanero
  • Derren Nesbitt – Derren Michael Horwitz
  • Never Shout Never! – Christofer Drew Ingle
  • Nervous Norvus – James Drake
  • Newton (British singer) – William Myers
  • Nerdkween – Monica Arrington
  • Mary Newland – Lilian Mary Oldland
  • Ne-Yo – Shaffer Chimere Smith
  • David Ngoombujarra – David Bernard Starr
  • Fred Niblo – Frederick Liedtke
  • Máire Nic Shiubhlaigh – Mary Elizabeth Walker
  • Hellé Nice – Mariette Hélène Delangle
  • Nichkhun – Nichkhun Buck Horvejkul
  • Paul Nicholas (a.k.a. Paul Dean) – Paul Oscar Beuselinck
  • Barbara Nichols – Barbara Marie Nickerauer
  • Dandy Nichols – Daisy Sander
  • Mike Nichols – Michael Igor Peschkowsky
  • Maggie Nicols (a.k.a. Maggie Nichols) – Margaret Nicholson
  • Nicki Minaj – Onika Tanya Maraj
  • Nicky Jam – Nick Rivera Caminero
  • Nico – Christa Päffgen
  • Nico (Romanian singer) – Nicoleta Matei
  • Nicole (German singer) – Nicole Hohloch
  • Crista Nicole – Crista Nicole Wagner
  • Susi Nicoletti – Susanne Emilie Luise Adele Habersack
  • Rosemary Nicols – Rosemary Claxton
  • Lisa Niemi – Lisa Anne Haapaniemi
  • Steve Nieve – Steven Nason
  • Robert Nighthawk (a.k.a. Robert Lee McCoy) – Robert Lee McCollum
  • Willie Nile – Robert Noonan
  • Nina Sky – Nicole and Natalie Albino
  • Nino (Greek singer) – Stefanos Sakellarios Xypolitas
  • Marika Ninou – Evangelia Atamian
  • Dale Nixon – Greg Ginn
  • Marian Nixon – Marian Nissinen
  • Marni Nixon – Margaret Nixon McEathron
  • Mojo Nixon – Neill Kirby McMillan, Jr.
  • Noa (singer) – Achinoam Nini
  • Danbert Nobacon – Nigel Hunter
  • Chelsea Noble – Nancy Mueller
  • Nick Noble (singer) – Nicholas Valkan
  • Young Noble – Rufus Cooper III
  • Magali Noël – Magali Noëlle Guiffray (some sources cite Guiffrai)
  • Noemi – Veronica Scopelliti
  • Paulette Noizeux – Marie-Paule Coeuré
  • Noko – Norman Fisher-Jones
  • Eda Nolan – Eda Kristy Cabilan
  • Kathleen Nolan – Jocelyn Schrum
  • Mary Nolan – Mary Imogene Robertson
  • Klaus Nomi – Klaus Sperber
  • Nonchalant – Tanya Pointer
  • Noodles – Kevin Wasserman
  • Tommy Noonan – Thomas Patrick Noone
  • Christine Norden – Mary Lydia Thornton
  • Lillian Nordica – Lillian Allen Norton
  • Norma Jean – Norma Jean Beasler
  • Jimmy Norman – James Norman Scott
  • Lucille Norman – Lucille Pharaby Boileau
  • Peter North (actor) – Alden Joseph Brown
  • Sheree North – Dawn Shirley Crang (later known as Dawn Bethel, her stepfather's surname)
  • Barry Norton – Alfredo Carlos Birabén
  • Graham Norton – Graham Walker
  • Red Norvo – Kenneth Norville
  • Eille Norwood – Anthony Edward Brett
  • The Notorious B.I.G. – Christopher Wallace
  • Aldo Nova – Aldo Caporuscio
  • Heather Nova – Heather Allison Frith
  • Ramón Novarro – José Ramón Gil Samaniego
  • Novello Novelli – Novellantonio Novelli
  • Jay Novello – Michael Romano
  • Nujabes – Seba Jun (or Jun Seba, varying sources)
  • Gary Numan – Gary Anthony James Webb
  • Numskull – Garrick Husbands
  • France Nuyen – France Nguyen Van-Nga
  • Carrie Nye – Caroline Nye McGeoy
  • Louis Nye – Louis Neistat
  • Laura Nyro – Laura Nigro
  • Barry O (akas: The Zodiac, Barrymore Barlow, Barry "O" Bazza, The Highroller) – Randal Barry Orton
  • Jimmy O – Jean Jimmy Alexandre
  • Karen O – Karen Lee Orzolek
  • Jack Oakie – Lewis Delaney Offield
  • Dagmar Oakland – Edna Andersen
  • Vivien Oakland – Vivian Ruth Andersen
  • Annie Oakley – Phoebe Ann Moses
  • O-Bee – Omer Michael Jamal Bhatti
  • Merle Oberon – Estelle Merle O'Brien Thompson
  • Hugh O'Brian – Hugh Charles Krampe
  • Jim O'Brien (radio) – James Oldham
  • Richard O'Brien – Richard Timothy Smith
  • Sylvia O'Brien (actress) – Sylvia Freda Carroll
  • Richard O'Callaghan – Richard Brooke
  • Diether Ocampo – Diether Pascual
  • Billy Ocean – Leslie Sebastian Charles
  • Frank Ocean – Christopher Breaux, later legally changed to Christopher Francis Ocean
  • Una O'Connor – Agnes Teresa McGlade
  • Anita O'Day – Anita Belle Colton
  • Dawn O'Day – Dawn Evelyeen Paris (O'Day, a child actor, would be known as an adult actor under the name Anne Shirley)
  • Molly O'Day (actress) – Suzanne Dobson Noonan
  • Molly O'Day (singer) – Lois LaVerne Williamson
  • ODB (wrestler) – Jessica Nora Kresa
  • Kenny O'Dell – Kenneth Gist Jr.
  • Tony O'Dell – Anthony Dell'Aquila
  • Cathy O'Donnell – Ann Steely
  • Abi Ofarim – Avraham Reichstadt
  • Nivek Ogre – Kevin Graham Ogilvie
  • George O'Hara (actor) – George Bolger
  • Maureen O'Hara – Maureen Fitzsimons
  • Quinn O'Hara – Alice Jones
  • Dennis O'Keefe – Edward Vance Flanagan
  • Tim O'Kelly – Timothy Patrick Wright
  • Okito – Tobias Leendert Bamberg
  • Ol' Dirty Bastard – Russell Tyrone Jones
  • Isabel Oli – Maria Olivia Daytia
  • Edna May Oliver – Edna May Nutter
  • Vic Oliver – Victor Oliver von Samek
  • Nelly Omar – Nilda Elvira Vattuone Pesoa
  • Colette O'Neil – Colette McCrossan
  • Kate O'Mara – Frances Meredith Carroll
  • Nance O'Neil (a.k.a. Nancy O'Neil) — Gertrude Lamson
  • Paddie O'Neil – Adalena Lillian Nail
  • Sally O'Neil – Virginia Louise Concepta Noonan
  • Maire O'Neill – Mary Allgood
  • Tara Lynne O'Neill – Lynne James
  • Anny Ondra – Anna Sophie Ondráková
  • Ookay – Abe Laguna
  • Max Ophüls – Maximillian Oppenheimer
  • Opie – Gregg Hughes best known for The Opie and Anthony Show
  • Orianthi – Orianthi Panagaris
  • Risto Orko – Risto Eliel William Nylund
  • Eugene Ormandy – Jenő Blau
  • Benjamin Orr – Benjamin Orzechowski
  • Osang (a.k.a. Rosanna Roces) – Jennifer Adriano-Molina
  • Super Dave Osborne – Robert Kel Einstein
  • Vivienne Osborne (a.k.a. Vivian Osborne) – Vera Vivienne Spragg
  • Henry Oscar – Henry Wale
  • Lee Oskar – Oskar Levetin Hansen
  • Yoshiko Ōtaka – Yoshiko Yamaguchi, Shirley Yamaguchi, Li Xianglan (Li Hsiang-lan, rendered in Japanese as Ri Kōran)
  • Johnny Otis – John Alexander Veliotes
  • Shuggie Otis – Johnny Alexander Veliotes
  • Natalino Otto – Natale Codognotto
  • Outback Jack (wrestler) – Peter Stilsbury
  • Outsider – Shin Ok-cheol
  • Beverley Owen – Beverley Ogg
  • Bill Owen – William John Owen Rowbotham
  • Buck Owens – Alvis Edgar Owens, Jr.
  • Buddy Alan – Alvis Alan Owens
  • Elizabeth Owens (a.k.a. Kathe Feist) – Irma Schneider
  • Gary Owens – Gary Altman
  • Frank Oz – Richard Frank Oznowicz
  • Kobi Oz – Yaakov Uzan

Ra–Rn

Ro–Rz

Sa–Sh

Sh–So

So–Sz

  • Geneviève Sorya – Geneviève Marie Thérèse Durand
  • Ann Sothern – Harriette Arlene Lake
  • Alain Souchon – Alain Kienast
  • Jimmy Soul – James McCleese
  • Soulja Boy Tell 'Em – DeAndre Ramone Way
  • Soulman Alex G – Alex Gibson
  • Joe South – Joseph Souter
  • Eve Southern – Elva McDowell
  • Jeri Southern – Genevieve Lillian Hering
  • Southside (record producer) – Joshua Howard Luellen
  • Southside Johnny – John Lyon
  • Sowelu – Harada Aki
  • Kevin Spacey – Kevin Spacey Fowler
  • Ned Sparks – Edward Arthur Sparkman
  • P. J. Sparxx (akas: K.C. Kerrington, P.J. Kerrington, and Porsche Red) – Laura Brown
  • Bubba Sparxxx – Warren Anderson Mathis
  • Special K – Kevin Keaton
  • Zsa Zsa Speck – Perry Pandrea
  • Speech – Todd Thomas
  • Georgina Spelvin – Shelley Graham
  • Bud Spencer – Carlo Pedersoli
  • John Spencer – John Speshock, Jr.
  • Baby Spice – Emma Lee Bunton
  • Ginger Spice – Geraldine Estelle Halliwell
  • Posh Spice – Victoria Caroline Beckham
  • Scary Spice – Melanie Janine Brown
  • Sporty Spice – Melanie Jayne Chisholm
  • Dave Spikey – David Gordon Bramwell
  • Spindarella – Deidre Roper
  • Anthony Spinelli (akas: Sam Weston, Wes Brown, Arvid Bellar, Leonard Burke, Jack Armstrong, Sybil Kidd, Wendy Lions, Btrambare) – Samuel Weinstein
  • Joe Spinell – Joseph J. Spagnuolo
  • Dusty Springfield – Mary Isobel Catherine Bernadette O'Brien
  • Rick Springfield – Richard Lewis Springthorpe
  • Raymond Spum – John Kricfalusi
  • Squarepusher – Tom Jenkinson
  • Sridevi – Shree Amma Yanger Ayyapan
  • James Stacy – Maurice William Elias
  • John M. Stahl – Jacob Morris Strelitsky
  • John Standing – John Ronald Leon
  • Bern Nadette Stanis – Bernadette Stanislaus
  • Florence Stanley – Florence Schwartz
  • Kim Stanley – Patricia Reid
  • Louise Stanley – Louise Keyes
  • Michael Stanley – Michael Stanley Gee
  • Paul Stanley – Stanley Eisen
  • Barbara Stanwyck – Ruby Catherine Stevens
  • Hovi Star – Hovav Sekulets
  • Ryan Star – Ryan Star Kulchinsky
  • Alvin Stardust (a.k.a. Shane Fenton) – Bernard William Jewry
  • Michael Stark (now known as Michael Williams-Stark) – Michael Williams
  • Belle Starr – Myra Maybelle Shirley
  • Blaze Starr – Fannie Belle Fleming
  • Brenda K. Starr – Brenda Kaplan
  • Edwin Starr – Charles Hatcher
  • Fredro Starr – Fred Scruggs
  • Jane Starr – Garnett Lucille Ryman
  • Kay Starr – Katherine Starks
  • Martin Starr – Martin James Pflieger Schienle
  • Randy Starr – Warren Nadel
  • Ringo Starr – Richard Starkey
  • Sally Starr – Alleen Mae Beller
  • Lovebug Starski – Kevin Smith
  • Wayne Static – Wayne Richard Wells
  • Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat – Richard Henry Blood
  • J.A. Steel – Jacquelyn Ruffner
  • Bob Steele (actor) – Robert Adrian Bradbury
  • Peter Steele – Peter Thomas Ratajczyk
  • Tommy Steele – Thomas William Hicks
  • Indira Stefanianna – Indira Stefanianna Christopherson
  • Rick Steiner – Robert Rechsteiner
  • Scott Steiner – Scott Rechsteiner
  • Stephanie (South Korean singer) (a.k.a. Stephanie Kim) – Kim Bo-kyung
  • Henry Stephenson – Henry Garroway
  • Ford Sterling – George Ford Stich Jr.
  • Jan Sterling – Jane Sterling Adriance
  • Robert Sterling – William Sterling Hart
  • Mike Stern – Michael Sedgwick
  • April Stevens – Carol LoTempio
  • Brody Stevens – Steven James Brody
  • Cat Stevens (now known as Yusuf Islam) – Steven Demetre Georgiou
  • Connie Stevens – Concetta Rosalie Ingolia
  • Craig Stevens – Gail Shikles Jr.
  • Dodie Stevens – Geraldine Pasquale
  • Inger Stevens – Inger Stensland
  • K. T. Stevens – Gloria Wood
  • Onslow Stevens – Onslow Ford Stevenson
  • Ray Stevens – Harold Ray Ragsdale
  • Risë Stevens – Risë Steenberg
  • Shadoe Stevens – Terry Ingstad
  • Shakin' Stevens – Michael Barratt
  • Steve Stevens – Steven Bruce Schneider
  • Tabitha Stevens – Kelly Garrett
  • Elaine Stewart – Elsy Steinberg
  • Jennifer Stewart – Jennifer Noble
  • Jon Stewart – Jonathan Stuart Leibowitz
  • Martha Stewart (actress) – Martha Haworth
  • Paula Stewart – Dorothy Paula Zürndorfer
  • Vinnie Stigma – Vincent Cappucchio
  • Sting (musician) – Gordon Matthew Sumner
  • Sting (wrestler) – Steven James Borden
  • John Stockwell (actor) – John Stockwell Samuels, IV
  • Christopher Stone (actor) – Thomas Edward Bourassa
  • Cliffie Stone – Clifford Snyder
  • Freddie Stone – Frederick Stewart
  • Harold J. Stone – Harold Hochstein
  • Jeffrey Stone – John Forrest Fontaine
  • John Stone – John Hailstone
  • Joss Stone – Joscelyn Eve Stocker
  • Lew Stone – Louis Steinberg
  • Philip Stone – Philip Stones
  • Rose Stone – Rosemary Stewart
  • Sly Stone – Sylvester Stewart
  • Vet Stone – Vaetta Stewart
  • Gale Storm – Josephine Owaissa Cottle
  • Hannah Storm – Hannah Storen
  • Lance Storm – Lance Timothy Evers
  • Rory Storm – Alan Caldwell
  • Tempest Storm – Annie Blanche Banks
  • Peter Stormare – Rolf Peter Ingvar Storm
  • Suzanne Storrs – Suzanne Storrs Poulton

St–Sz

  • Mr. T – Lawrence Tureaud (later known as Lawrence Tero)
  • T La Rock – Clarence Ronnie Keaton
  • Ta-Tanisha – Shirley Cummings
  • Vic Tablian – Varoujan Aintablian
  • Jamaaladeen Tacuma – Rudy McDaniel
  • Seo Taiji – Jeong Hyeon-cheol
  • Taj Mahal – Henry St. Clair Fredericks
  • Lyle Talbot – Lisle Henderson
  • Nita Talbot – Anita Sokol
  • Myfanwy Talog – Myfanwy Talog Williams
  • Tampa Red – Hudson Woodbridge (known since childhood as Hudson Whittaker)
  • Sharon Tandy – Sharon Finkelstein
  • Betty Tanner – Betty Toczylowski
  • Bill Tarmey – William Piddington
  • Tatanka – Christopher Chavis
  • Catherine Tate – Catherine Ford
  • Richard Tauber (akas: Ernst Seiffert, Carl Tauber, C. Richard Tauber) – Richard Denemy
  • Alex Taylor – Adriana Molinari
  • Chip Taylor – James Wesley Voight
  • Eva Taylor – Irene Joy Gibbons
  • Georgia Taylor – Claire Jackson
  • Joan Taylor – Rose Marie Emma
  • Kent Taylor – Louis William Weiss
  • Koko Taylor (a.k.a. KoKo Taylor) – Cora Walton
  • Renée Taylor – Renee Wexler
  • Rip Taylor – Charles Elmer, Jr.
  • Robert Taylor – Spangler Arlington Brugh
  • Vince Taylor – Brian Maurice Holden
  • William Desmond Taylor – William Cunningham Deane-Tanner
  • Scout Taylor-Compton – Desariee Starr Compton
  • Lyle Tayo (a.k.a. Lyle Barton) – Lyle Minnie Shipman
  • Tech N9ne – Aaron Dontez Yates
  • Ted Ray (comedian) – Charlie Olden
  • MC Tee – Touré Embden
  • Teena Marie (aka Lady T) – Mary Christine Brockert
  • Tegan and Sara – Tegan Rain Quin and Sara Kiersten Quin
  • Lou Tellegen – Isidore Louis Bernard Edmon van Dommelen
  • Dame Marie Tempest – Mary Susan Etherington
  • Joey Tempest – Rolf Magnus Joakim Larsson
  • Vienna Teng – Cynthia Yih Shih
  • David Tennant – David McDonald
  • Teoman (singer) – Fazlı Teoman Yakupoğlu
  • Robert Tepper – Antoine Robert Teppardo
  • Tila Tequila – Tila Nguyen
  • Sir Bryn Terfel – Bryn Terfel Jones
  • Todd Terje – Terje Olsen
  • Tammi Terrell – Thomasina Winifred Montgomery
  • Krissada Terrence (akas: Noi S. Clapp, Noi Pru) – Krissada Sukosol Clapp
  • Jack Terricloth – Peter Ventantonio
  • Norma Terris – Norma Allison
  • Ellaline Terriss – Mary Ellaline Lewin
  • Tom Terriss – Thomas Herbert F. Lewin
  • William Terriss – William Charles James Lewin
  • Alice Terry – Alice Frances Taaffe
  • Phillip Terry – Frederick Henry Kormann
  • Sonny Terry – Saunders Terrell
  • Terry-Thomas – Thomas Terry Hoar Stevens
  • Walter Tetley – Walter Campbell Tetzlaff
  • Joe Tex (a.k.a. Yusuf Hazziez) – Joseph Arrington Jr.
  • Bilat Pyan Than (akas: Dora Than E, Ma Than E, Ma Than E Fend) – Than E
  • Lorna Thayer – Lorna Patricia Casey
  • The Child of Lov (aka Cole Williams) – Martijn William Zimri Teerlinck
  • The Mascara Snake – Victor Hayden
  • Allan Théo – Alain Rouget
  • Thirstin Howl III – Victor DeJesus
  • Danny Thomas – Amos Alphonsus Muzyad Yakhoob
  • Henry Thomas – Henry Thomas Jackson Jr.
  • Ian Thomas (Belgian musician) – Ian Thomas Hoelen
  • Jay Thomas – John Thomas Terrell
  • Jonathan Taylor Thomas – Jonathan Weiss
  • Paul Thomas (director) – Philip Charles Toubus
  • Robin Thomas – Robin Thomas Grossman
  • Sunset Thomas – Diane Fowler
  • Duane Thompson – Duane Maloney
  • Jameson Thomas – Thomas Roland Jameson
  • Kay Thompson – Catherine Louise Fink
  • Sue Thompson – Eva Sue McKee
  • Frank Thornton – Frank Thornton Ball
  • Juan Carlos Thorry – José Antonio Torrontegui
  • Johnny Thunders – John Anthony Genzale Jr.
  • Greta Thyssen – Grethe Karen Thygesen
  • Tina Ti (a.k.a. Tina Leung) – Leung Kwok-hing
  • Tiësto – Tijs Michiel Verwest
  • Pamela Tiffin – Pamela Tiffin Wonso
  • Kevin Tighe – John Kevin Fishburn (some sources cite Jon Kevin Fishburn)
  • Vesta Tilley – Matilda Alice Powles
  • Tim & Bob (a.k.a. Funktwons) – Tim Kelley and Bob Robinson
  • Timbaland – Timothy Mosley
  • Timbuktu (artist) – Jason Michael Robinson Diakité
  • Tin-Tan – Germán Genaro Cipriano Gómez Valdés de Castillo
  • Betty Ting – Tang Mei Li
  • Tiny (Xscape) – Tameka Cottle
  • Tiny Tim – Herbert Khaury[19]
  • Tito "El Bambino" – Efraín Fines Nevares
  • Thelma Tixou – Thelma Delia Suklenik
  • Hallie Todd – Hallie Eckstein
  • Josh Todd – Joshua Todd Gruber
  • Mike Todd – Avrom Hirsch Goldbogen
  • Nick Todd – Nicholas Boone
  • Eva Todor – Éva Fodor
  • George Tokoro – Takayuki Haga
  • Michael Tolan – Seymour Tuchow
  • Lorna Tolentino – Victoria Lorna Aluquin-Fernandez
  • Tone Lōc – Anthony Terrell Smith
  • Tongolele – Yolanda Ivonne Montes Farrington
  • Too Short – Todd Anthony Shaw
  • Rita Tori – Marguerite Thoresen
  • Peter Tork – Peter Halston Thorkelson
  • Fray Tormenta – Sergio Gutiérrez Benítez
  • Toro y Moi – Chazwick Bradley Bundick
  • Leopoldo Torre Nilsson – Leopoldo Torres Nilsson
  • David Torrence – David Tayson
  • Alessandra Torresani – Alessandra Olivia Toreson
  • Peter Tosh – Winston Hubert McIntosh
  • Stuart Tosh – Stuart MacIntosh
  • Totó la Momposina – Sonia Bazanta Vides
  • Tamara Toumanova – Tamara Vladimirovna Khassidovitch
  • Maurice Tourneur – Maurice Thomas
  • Mageina Tovah – Mageina Tovah Begtrup
  • Sheila Tracy – Sheila Lugg
  • Steve Tracy – Steven Crumrine
  • Trae tha Truth – Frazier Othel Thompson
  • Chris Tranchell – Christopher Peter John Small
  • Henry Travers – Travers John Heagerty
  • Dave Lee Travis – David Patrick Griffin
  • Randy Travis – Randy Traywick
  • Robert Trebor – Robert Schenkman
  • Dorothy Tree – Dorothy Estelle Triebitz
  • Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree – Herbert Draper Beerbohm
  • Jackie Trent – Yvonne Burgess
  • Georges Tréville – Georges Troly
  • Roger Tréville – Roger Troly
  • Claire Trevor – Claire Wemlinger
  • Trey Songz – Tremaine Aldon Neverson
  • Tricky – Adrian Thaws
  • Triple H – Paul Michael Levesque
  • Trombone Shorty – Troy Andrews
  • Doris Troy – Doris Higginson
  • Andrea True (akas: Inger Kissin, Singe Low, Sandra Lips, Andrea Travis, Catherine Warren) – Andrea Marie Truden
  • Trugoy the Dove – David Jude Jolicoeur
  • Arnaud Tsamere – Arnaud Tsedri
  • Nicholas Tse – Tse Ting-fung
  • Tsui Hark – Tsui Man-kong
  • King Tubby – Osborne Ruddock
  • Richard Tucker – Rivn Ticker (later known as Rubin Ticker)
  • Tommy Tucker – Robert Higginbotham
  • Antony Tudor – William Cook
  • Tunisiano – Bachir Baccour
  • Janine Turner – Janine Loraine Gauntt
  • Sammy Turner – Samuel Black
  • Yolande Turner – Yolande Eileen Turnbull
  • Shania Twain – Eilleen Regina Edwards (later Eilleen Regina Twain)
  • Twiggy Ramirez – Jeordie Osbourne White
  • Twin Shadow – George Lewis Jr.
  • Twinkle (singer) – Lynn Annette Ripley
  • Conway Twitty – Harold Lloyd Jenkins
  • Tyler, the Creator – Tyler Gregory Okonma
  • Bonnie Tyler – Gaynor Hopkins
  • Ginny Tyler – Merrie Virginia Erlandson
  • Judy Tyler – Judith Mae Hess
  • Steven Tyler – Stephen Victor Tallarico
  • T. Texas Tyler – David Luke Myrick
  • Tom Tyler – Vincent Markowski
  • Hunter Tylo (a.k.a. Deborah Morehart) – Deborah Jo Hunter
  • George Tyne – Martin Yarus
  • Rob Tyner – Robert Derminer
  • Typist Gopu – Gopalarathinam
  • Judie Tzuke – Judie Myers
  • Terminator X – Norman Lee Rogers
  • X-Pac – Sean Michael Waltman
  • Xia – Kim Junsu
  • Xuxa – Maria da Graça Meneghel
  • XXXTentacion – Jahseh Dwayne Onfroy
  • Xzibit – Alvin Nathaniel Joiner

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Room, Adrian (2010). Dictionary of Pseudonyms: 13,000 Assumed Names and Their Origins. McFarland. ISBN 978-0786443734.
  2. ^ Julie Andrews was born Julia Elizabeth Wells, but took the name Andrews when she moved in with her stepfather as a child.
  3. ^ Elle Macpherson was born Eleanor Nancy Gow, but was assigned her stepfather's surname (see "Elle Macpherson looks good with Intimates")
  4. ^ Frances McDormand was born Cindy Ann Smith but was adopted at one and a half years of age by Noreen (née Nickelson) and Vernon McDormand, and renamed Frances Louise McDormand.
  5. ^ Louis William Tomlinson (One Direction) was born Louis Troy Austin to Johannah (née Poulston) and Troy Austin. His parents split up when he was young and he took the surname of his stepfather, Mark Tomlinson.
  6. ^ Steven Van Zandt was born Steven Lento in Winthrop, Massachusetts; his mother, Mary Lento, remarried when he was young, and Steven took the last name of his stepfather, William Van Zandt.
  7. ^ Nancy Davis, later Mrs. Nancy Reagan, was born Anne Frances Robbins; she was adopted by her stepfather, Dr. Loyal Davis, whose surname she took.
  8. ^ Joan Fontaine was born Joan de Beauvoir de Havilland, but as her elder sister Olivia de Havilland had taken the family surname (de Havilland), Joan (after essaying such unsatisfying stage names as Joan Burfield and Joan St. John), decided to use her stepfather (Frank Fontaine)'s surname, notwithstanding both sisters' mutual dislike of their mother's husband.
  9. ^ "Biography of Charlton Heston". biography.com. March 18, 2010. Archived from the original on September 24, 2011. Retrieved December 11, 2014.
    Heston was born John Charles Carter, the son of Lilla (née Charlton; 1899–1994) and Russell Whitford Carter (1897–1966). When Heston was 10 years old, his parents divorced. Shortly thereafter, his mother married Chester Heston, whose surname John Charles adopted, taking his mother's maiden name (Charlton) later as his forename.
  10. ^ Madeline Kahn was born Madeline Gail Wolfson in Boston, Massachusetts, to Freda (née Goldberg) and Bernard B. Wolfson, a garment manufacturer. After her parents divorced, her mother married Hiller Kahn, who adopted Madeline and she took his surname.
  11. ^ Alan Thicke was born Alan Willis Jeffery in Kirkland Lake, Ontario, Canada. His stepfather was Dr. Brian Thicke, whose surname Alan legally adopted.
  12. ^ Born to Curtis and Angeline Hall, he adopted his father's forename to create a portmanteau professional name.
  13. ^ Daughter of Huntley Wright, she adopted her father's forename as part of her portmanteau stage name.
  14. ^ Birth name per Dorchester Historical Society website, dorchesterhistoricalsociety.org; accessed September 27, 2014.
  15. ^ Profile, findagrave.com; accessed September 27, 2014.
  16. ^ Stage name Johnny Cougar given to him by his manager in 1975; changed to John Cougar in 1979. Mellencamp has not used this name since 1982 and has not used the name John Cougar Mellencamp since 1989.
  17. ^ "Deed poll certificate for Elton John". Content.answers.com. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 2, 2008. Retrieved July 13, 2015.
  18. ^ While performing in WWE, he has used "The Rock" exclusively since 1997. In his career as a film and television actor, he has mainly been credited as either Dwayne Johnson or Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson.
  19. ^ Tiny Tim (né Herbert Khaury) had no official middle name, though some web sites report it to be "Butros", his father's first name, while during his televised wedding his middle name was given as "Buckingham". His headstone reads "Khaury/Herbert B/Tiny Tim/1932-1996". "Tiny Tim photos at". Findagrave.com. 2004-04-21. Retrieved 2012-05-14.

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