Bono (disambiguation)

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Bono (born 1960) is an Irish musician, activist, and lead singer for the band U2.

Bono may also refer to:

People[edit]

  • Alex Bono (born 1994), an American soccer goalkeeper
  • Sonny Bono (1935–1998), American record producer, singer, actor, and politician
  • Chaz Bono (born Chastity Bono in 1969), activist, writer, actor, musician and son of Sonny Bono and Cher
  • Mary Bono Mack (born 1961), politician, second wife of Sonny Bono, and current wife of Connie Mack IV
  • Steve Bono (born 1962), former National Football League quarterback
  • José Bono Martínez (born 1950), Spanish politician, former president of Castile-La Mancha, minister of defence and President of the Congress of Deputies
  • Edward de Bono (born 1933), Maltese-British physician, writer, and consultant
  • Emilio De Bono (1866–1944), Italian general
  • Outel Bono (died 26 August 1973), Chadian medical doctor and politician
  • Ken Bono (born 1984), Philippine basketball player
  • Laura Bono (born 1979), Italian singer
  • Matteo Bono (born 1983), Italian cyclist
  • Alain Bono (born 1983), Cameroonian football player
  • Yassine Bounou (born 1991), simply as Bono, Moroccan football player

Places[edit]

Culture[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • Bono Act, the Copyright Term Extension Act (United States), named for Sonny Bono
  • Bonobono, a Japanese manga series by Mikio Igarashi
  • Pro bono, a legal term