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Celebrities sometimes use an alias in certain settings rather than their "real" legal name. This seems more common in the entertainment industry where an alias may be referred to as a professional, stage, screen, ring, or pen name. Professionals adopting aliases commonly include actors, authors, comedians, magicians, models, musicians, rappers, singers, wrestlers, and more. Reasons for aliasing celebrity names vary including:
  • Marketing
  • Simplicity
  • Originality
  • Anonymity
Fictitious names are chosen anticipating appeal from the indentended audience. Performers are selling themselves. Attractive packaging with a nice label helps. Some might be flashy or even outrageous to get attention. But, this is exactly why you may want to avoid chosing a celebrity name for your baby. Read our advice for more guidance on choosing names. Otherwise, continue on to see our list of celebrity real and stage names.