Marc is a French, Catalan, and Romanian masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from the Roman name Marcus.

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  • Marc is a French, Catalan, and Romanian masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from the Roman name Marcus. Marc may refer to:Marc Albrighton, born 1989, English footballerMarc Alexandre, French judokaMarc Almond, English artist and one half of Soft CellMarc Andreessen, chair of OpswareMarc Andreu, French rugby union playerMarc Anthony, Puerto Rican-American singer-songwriterMarc Bell, drummer for The RamonesMarc Bell, Canadian absurdist cartoonistMarc Blitzstein, American composerMarc Blucas, American actorMarc Bolan (1947–1977), singer and songwriter for T. RexMarc de Bonte, Belgian kickboxerMarc Isambard Brunel, French engineer, father of Isambard Kingdom BrunelMarc Bulger, American football playerMarc Canter, well-known figure in the sphere of open standards, social networks and bloggingMarc Cécillon, French rugby union player and convicted murdererMarc Chagall, Belarusian painterMarc Copland, American jazz pianistMarc Cohn, American Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriterMarc Ecko, American entrepreneurMarc Ellis, an All Black rugby playerMarc Emery, Canadian politician and marijuana advocateMarc Gagnon, Canadian athlete and OlympianMarc Garneau, Canadian astronautMarc Gasol, Catalan basketball playerMarc-André Hamelin, French-Canadian pianistMarc Hempel, American cartoonist/comics artist best known for his work on The Sandman with Neil GaimanMarc Hodler, International Olympic Committee memberMarc Jacobs, American fashion designerMarc Janko, Austrian footballerMarc Kudisch, American stage actorMarc Lacroix (biochemist), born 1963, Belgian biochemistMarc Lacroix (photographer), French photographerMarc "Animal" MacYoung, American authorMarc Mero (born 1960), American professional wrestlerMarc Morley, American lacrosse playerMarc Mozart, German songwriter, record producer and music managerMarc Okrand, creator of the Klingon languageMarc Overmars, Dutch footballerMarc Panther, French-Japanese singer and member of the Japanese rock band GlobeMarc Ravalomanana, president of MadagascarMarc Rich, Swiss-based Spanish billionaire who fled the United States in 1983 to live in Switzerland in order to avoid prosecutionMarc Singer, Canadian actor, best known for his role as Dar (The Beastmaster) in the film The Beastmaster and its sequels and Mike Donovan in miniseries V, V: The Final Battle and V: The Series.Marc Summers, American TV hostMarc van Roon, Dutch jazz pianist and improvising musicianMarc Waldie, American volleyball player
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  • Marc is a French, Catalan, and Romanian masculine given name of Latin origin, derived from the Roman name Marcus.
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  • Marc (prénom)
  • Marc (given name)
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