Category talk:Fictional Armenian people

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Camille Saroyan from Bones[edit]

Thought that Dr. Camille Saroyan- a fictional character in the television series, Bones is also fictional armenain by her father.--P i x i e talkiε! e-talkiε!! 18:43, 11 October 2011 (UTC)

About Gypsies[edit]

Why in the category Fictional Armenians, contains category Fictional Gypsies? Haikos (talk) 04:37, 5 April 2014 (UTC)

Principal Skinner from Simpsons[edit]

Why does somebody revert my edit? As we know Skinner's real name is Armen Tamzarian User:Gegart (talk) 02:37, 23 Feb 2015 (UTC)

Armin is a Germanic name anyway, and there is no source for him being Armenian—never once mentioned in the show, nothing reliable online. You're not the first to try and add it, and unfortunately you won't be the last. *sigh* Mac Dreamstate (talk) 03:36, 23 February 2015 (UTC)
Armen Tamzarian is an extremely Armenian name. See, for example, this article. In Armenian the name is written Արմէն Թամզարեան. The writer of the Simpsons episode in question apparently took the name from a man he met in Los Angeles, which has a high Armenian population. Who knows, maybe it was the man in the aforementioned article! Ketone16 (talk) 02:33, 29 April 2015 (UTC)