Un nom de scène est un pseudonyme utilisé par les acteurs, musiciens et artistes de spectacle.Cet article présente une liste de noms de scène.

PropertyValue
dbpedia-owl:abstract
  • Un nom de scène est un pseudonyme utilisé par les acteurs, musiciens et artistes de spectacle.Cet article présente une liste de noms de scène.
  • This list of stage names lists performers and others related to 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. Also listed are individuals who have changed the spelling of one or more of their legal names, such as Willem Dafoe. In many cases, performers have legally changed their name to their stage name.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: Shohreh Aghdashloo, Jules Asner, Pernilla August, Tisha Terrasini Banker, Glynis Barber, Joy Behar, Lynn Borden, Angela Bowie, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ellen Burstyn, L. Scott Caldwell, Kate Capshaw, Nancy Carell, Lynn Carlin, Kathleen Chalfant, Marge Champion, Stockard Channing, Cheryl Cole, Nukaaka (Nukâka) Coster-Waldau, Ruby Dee, Pamela Des Barres, Bo Derek, Carol Douglas, Alice Drummond, Anne Dudley, Jenna Elfman, Linda Ellerbee, Anita Ellis, Barbara Feldon, Marla Gibbs, Kathie Lee Gifford, Sally Gilpin, Joanna Gleason, Estelle Harris, Rohini Hattangadi, Mary Beth Hurt, Maria Doyle Kennedy, Sandra Kerns, Barbara Knox, Lucy Lawless, Rosaleen Linehan, Ernie Lively, Loretta Lynn, Elaine May, Sheila Mercier, Sylvia Miles, Demi Moore, Diana Moran, Maria Muldaur, Nancy O'Dell, Genevieve Padalecki, Galina Panov (Panova), Melanie Paxson, Michelle Phillips, Priscilla Presley, Noomi Rapace, Johanna Ray, Mimi Rogers, Jan Rooney, Susan Ruttan, Jeri Ryan, Susan Sarandon, Rebecca Schull, Zohra Sehgal, Madeleine Sherwood, Joan Micklin Silver, Grace Slick, Hillary B. Smith, Tatiana Sorokko, Ronnie Spector, Stella Stevens, Angie Stone, Anna Strasberg, Jennifer Bini Taylor, Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Linda Thorson, Nina van Pallandt, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, and Linda Womack. Deceased: Carol Ann Abrams, Jane Ace, Theoni V. Aldredge, Sheila Matthews Allen, Florence Arliss, Lil Hardin Armstrong, Beatrice Arthur, Dorothy Ashby, Sylvia Ashley, Elaine Barrie, B. Constance Barry, Frances Bay, Gertrude Berg, Frances Bergen, Shirl Bernheim, Barbara Billingsley, Faye Blackstone, Helen Boatwright, Lucille Bogan, Karolina Bock, Pat Bond, Dr. Joyce Brothers, Argentina Brunetti, Mrs. Patrick Campbell, Marie Carandini, Olive Carey, Mrs. Leslie Carter, Irene Castle, Olivia Cenizal, Cyd Charisse, Chris Chase, Yelena Chernykh, Alice Coltrane, Jane Connell, Lady Diana Cooper, Ellen Corby, Mae Costello, Ida Cox, Ruby Dandridge, Marie de Forest, Jeane Dixon, Liv Dommersnes, Edna Doré, Ruth Duccini, Dame Pat Evison, Edwige Feuillère, Margaret Field, Dolores Fuller, Hope Garber, Estelle Getty, Lucile Gleason, Kathi Kamen Goldmark, Laurence Grivot, Alaina Reed Hall, Grayson Hall, Kim Hamilton, Anne Haney, Dona Hardy, Cassandra Harris, Dixie Haygood, Edith Head, Dolores Hope, Hedda Hopper, Faith Hubley, Josephine Hull, Fay Kanin, Marketa Kimbrell, Evelyn Knight, Yvonne Levy Kushner, Jessie Royce Landis, Gracie Lantz, Evelyn Lear, Mimi Lerner, Anna Letenská, Rosina Lhévinne, Peggy Lloyd, Kathleen Lockhart, Judith Lowry, Sheila MacRae, Toni Mannix, Nobu McCarthy, Ruth McDevitt, Patricia Merbreier, Zinka Milanov, Betty Miles, Anna Karen Morrow, Harriet Nelson, Shirley Collie Nelson, Lupe Ontiveros, Joan Orenstein, Mecha Ortiz, Ethel Owen, Dorothy Patrick, Barbara Payton, Margaret Pellegrini, Dory Previn, Ma Rainey, Dottie Rambo, Anne Ramsey, Dana Reeve, Estelle Reiner, Malvina Reynolds, Sylvia Robinson, Blossom Rock, Shirley Russell, Irene Ryan, Joel Ryce-Menuhin, Tura Satana, Teddy Scholten, Zelda Sears, Toshi Seeger, Joan Shawlee, Hilda Simms, Susan Raab Simonson, Alison Skipworth, Zypora Spaisman, Elizabeth Spriggs, Kathy Staff, Paula Strasberg, Barbara Trentham, Helen Twelvetrees, Annette Vadim, Alice Van-Springsteen, Florence Vidor, Salka Viertel, Sippie Wallace, Jean Willes, Yafa Yarkoni, Şenay Yüzbaşıoğlu, and Norma Zimmer. Those who changed their surname due to adoption or legal name change prior to entering the entertainment industry: Living: Julie Andrews, Neneh Cherry, Nancy Davis, Missy and Tracey Gold, Julie Goodyear, Elle Macpherson, Rita Moreno, Doris Roberts, Kiri Te Kanawa, Alan Thicke, Louis Tomlinson, and Grace Lee Whitney. Deceased: Bibi Besch, Katherine DeMille, Eileen Heckart, Art Linkletter, Lori March, Terry Melcher, Florence and Mary Nash, Baby Marie Osborne, and Ginger Rogers. Those whose stage forename is a middle name, i.e. Paul McCartney and Marie Osmond: these are their real middle names, not stage names. People referred to by merely a shortened or informal version of their given name, i.e. Bob Barker, Ricky Martin, and Jimmie Rodgers. People from Spanish and/or Portuguese-speaking countries, as well as the Philippines, if their professional name is a combination of a birth forename and either of their two family names. For more information, see Spanish and Hispanic American naming customs, Filipino names, and Portuguese names. People known by generational/family nicknames: for example, Trey Anastasio, whose full name is Ernest Joseph Anastasio III. People who may be popularly, though not professionally, known by a nickname, such as Robert John "Mutt" Lange. People known by a single name that is one of their legal names. 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.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.
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageID
  • 1381572 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageLength
  • 81516 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageOutDegree
  • 1914 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageRevisionID
  • 109581717 (xsd:integer)
dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink
prop-fr:fr
  • Lobo
  • Pete Shelley
  • Ant
  • Yahoo Serious
  • Earthquake
  • Ashok Kumar
  • Samantha Jones
  • Yo-Yo
prop-fr:lang
  • en
prop-fr:texte
  • Lobo
  • Ant
  • Yahoo Serious
  • Samantha Jones
prop-fr:trad
  • Lobo
  • Ant
  • Yahoo Serious
  • Earthquake
  • Samantha Jones
  • Yo-Yo
prop-fr:wikiPageUsesTemplate
dcterms:subject
rdfs:comment
  • Un nom de scène est un pseudonyme utilisé par les acteurs, musiciens et artistes de spectacle.Cet article présente une liste de noms de scène.
  • This list of stage names lists performers and others related to 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. Also listed are individuals who have changed the spelling of one or more of their legal names, such as Willem Dafoe.
rdfs:label
  • Liste de noms de scène
  • List of stage names
owl:sameAs
http://www.w3.org/ns/prov#wasDerivedFrom
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
is dbpedia-owl:wikiPageWikiLink of
is foaf:primaryTopic of