List of one-word stage names

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This is a list of notable people best known by a stage name consisting of a single word.

This list does not include the many famous people who are commonly referred to by their surname (e.g., Liberace, Mantovani, Morrissey, Mozart, Shakespeare); it is quite common and regular for surnames to be used to identify historic and pop culture figures.

People marketed on promotional material using their given name as a mononym, such as Prince Rogers Nelson and Madonna Louise Ciccone, are included.

A[edit]

  • A*M*E (born 1994), British singer and songwriter
  • Aadhi (born 1982), Indian actor
  • Aaliyah (1979–2001), American singer
  • Aamani (born 1973), Indian actress
  • Aaradhna (born 1983), New Zealand singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Aarathi (born 1954), Indian actress and producer
  • Aarthi (born 1985), Indian film actress and television host
  • Aasim (born 1979), American rapper
  • Abbas (born 1975), Indian actor
  • Abdominal (born 1974), Canadian rapper
  • Abhirami (born 1983), Indian actress
  • Abigail, English singer
  • Abigail (born 1946), Australian television actress
  • Above (born 1981), American street artist
  • Abyale, French singer
  • Abyss (born 1973), American wrestler
  • Aceyalone (born 1970), American rapper
  • Adamo (born 1943), Belgian-Italian singer
  • Adamski (born 1967), English music producer
  • Adassa (born 1987), American singer-songwriter
  • Addictiv (born 1984), American singer-songwriter
  • Adeeb (1934–2006), Pakistani actor
  • Adele (born 1988), English singer-songwriter
  • Aderet (born 1976), Israeli entertainer
  • Adeva (born 1960), American musician
  • Adeyto (born 1976), French singer-songwriter, actress and director
  • Adira (born 1991), Malaysian singer
  • Adithyan (1954–2017), Indian film score and soundtrack composer
  • Aeone (born 1959), British singer-songwriter
  • Afra (born 1980), Japanese beatboxer
  • Afrob (born 1977), Italian-born German rapper
  • Afrojack, Dutch music producer and DJ
  • Afroman (born 1974), American rapper and musician
  • Agallah (aka 8-Off, Swagallah; born 1974), American rapper and record producer
  • Agha (1914–1992), Indian Bollywood actor
  • Ahlam (born 1969), Arab singer
  • Ai (born 1981), Japanese-American singer
  • Aidonia (born 1981), Jamaican musician
  • Aiko (born 1975), Japanese pop singer-songwriter
  • Ailyn (born 1982), Spanish singer
  • Aisha (born 1962), English singer
  • Aja (1963–2006), American dancer and pornographic actress and director
  • Ajdar (born 1973), Turkish singer-songwriter
  • Ajeesh, Indian singer
  • Ajith (born 1971), Indian Tamil actor
  • Ajoo (born 1990), South Korean singer
  • Akala (born 1983), British rap and hip hop artist
  • Akam (born 1993), Canadian wrestler
  • Akarova (1904–1999), Belgian dancer and choreographer
  • Akhenaton (born 1968), French rapper and producer
  • Akir, American hip hop artist and producer
  • Akon (born 1973), Senegalese hip-hop artist
  • Ákos (born 1968), Hungarian singer-songwriter
  • Akrobatik, American rapper
  • Akufen, Canadian electronic musician
  • Alamgir (born 1955), Pakistani singer
  • Alan (born 1973), Mexican actor and singer
  • alan (born 1987), Chinese singer
  • Alaska (born 1963), Spanish-Mexican singer
  • Albela (1941–2004), Pakistani actor
  • ALB, French electro-pop musician
  • Alberte (born 1963), Danish singer and actress
  • Aleena (1986–2007), Pakistani actress and dancer
  • Alesso (born 1991), Swedish DJ, record producer and musician
  • Alex (born 1978), Danish singer, songwriter and actor
  • Alexandra (1942–1969), German singer
  • Alexia (born 1967), Italian singer
  • Alexis (born 1968), German singer
  • Aleyn, English composer
  • Alfio (born 1978), Italian-Australian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Algerino, French rapper of Algerian descent
  • Ali (born 1967), Indian actor
  • Ali (born 1971), American rapper
  • Ali (born 1975), French rapper
  • Alias (1976–2018), American rapper, producer and record label founder
  • Alice (born 1954), Italian singer-songwriter and pianist
  • Alişan (born 1976), Turkish singer and actor
  • Alisha (born 1968), American singer
  • Aliyah (born 1994), Canadian wrestler
  • Alizée (born 1984), French singer
  • Alonzo (born 1982), French hip hop artist and rapper
  • Alpay (born 1935), Turkish singer
  • Alsou (born 1983), Tatar Russian singer
  • Alu, American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Alyosha (born 1986), Ukrainian singer
  • Alyth (born 1970), Scottish singer and actress
  • Amala (born 1968), Indian actress
  • Amanda (born 1985), French-born Swedish singer
  • Amandititita (born 1982), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Amar (born 1982), British-Indian singer
  • Amarfis, Dominican singer-songwriter
  • Amber (born 1970), Dutch-German singer-songwriter
  • Ambika (born 1962), Indian actress
  • A-Mei (aka A-mei, a-MEI, a MEI, Chang Hui-mei; born 1972), Taiwanese Puyuma singer-songwriter
  • Amen (born 1972), Finnish guitarist
  • Américo (born 1977), Chilean singer-songwriter
  • Ameriie (born 1980; aka Amerie), American singer, songwriter, author, actress and record producer
  • Amidou (1935–2013), Moroccan actor
  • Amil (born 1978), American rapper and singer
  • Amine, Moroccan-born French singer
  • Aminé (born 1994), American rapper
  • Amoc (born 1984), Finnish rap musician
  • Amoolya (born 1993), Indian actress
  • Amuka, American singer-songwriter
  • Anabela (born 1976), Portuguese singer and actress
  • Anacani (born 1954), Mexican-born American singer
  • Anagnorisis (born 1986), Russian-born German singer-songwriter and musician
  • Anahí (born 1983), Mexican actress and singer
  • Anaida, Indian entertainer
  • Anaís (born 1984), Dominican-Puerto Rican singer
  • Anamor, Italian singer and actress
  • Anari (born 1970), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Anasol (born 1976), Argentine-born Colombian pop singer
  • Anastacia (born 1968), American singer and songwriter
  • Aneka (born 1954), Scottish singer
  • Anelia (born 1982), Bulgarian singer
  • Anémone (born 1950), French actress, filmmaker and political activist
  • Angel (born 1988), American singer
  • Angel (born 1987), English singer-songwriter
  • Angelica (born 1972), American singer
  • Angélica (born 1973), Brazilian singer, actress and TV hostess
  • Angelyne (born 1958), American model
  • Anggun (born 1974), Indonesian singer-songwriter
  • Angham (born 1972), Egyptian singer, record producer and actress
  • Ania (born 1981), Polish singer and composer
  • Aniki (1969–2018), American model and pornographic film actor
  • Anita (born 1960), Austrian singer
  • Anitta (born 1993), Brazilian singer, songwriter, actress, dancer and businesswoman
  • Anjali (born 1982), Indian actress and model
  • Anjani (born 1959), American singer-songwriter and pianist
  • Anjulie, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Anjuman, Pakistani actress
  • Anna (born 1987), Japanese-born American singer
  • Annabella (1909–1996), French film actress
  • Annabelle (born 1967), French singer and actress
  • Annapoorna, Indian actress
  • Annie (born 1977), Norwegian singer and DJ
  • Anniela (born 1990), Swedish pop singer
  • Annupamaa (born 1968), Indian singer
  • Anodajay (born 1977), Canadian rapper
  • Anouk (born 1975), Dutch singer
  • Anoushka (born 1960), Egyptian singer
  • Anquette (born 1972), American rapper
  • Anri (born 1961), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ant, American hip hop producer
  • Ant (born 1967), American comedian and actor
  • Antoine (born 1944), French singer
  • Antoinette (born 1970), American rapper
  • Anuj, Indian-born Australian singer
  • Anwar (born 1949), Indian singer
  • Anza (born 1976), Japanese musician, singer and actress
  • Aoife, Irish singer and composer
  • Apache (d. 2010), American rapper
  • Apathy (born 1979), American rapper and producer
  • Apex, British musician
  • Aphrodite, British DJ and producer
  • Apollo (born 1987), American professional wrestler
  • Appa (born 1983), Dutch rapper
  • Aqualung (born 1972), English singer-songwriter
  • Arabesque (born 1981), Canadian rapper
  • Aramary, Japanese singer and voice actress
  • Aranza (born 1971), Mexican singer and TV presenter
  • Arash (born 1977), Iranian-Swedish entertainer
  • Arata (born 1974), Japanese actor
  • Arcángel (born 1986), Puerto Rican singer-songwriter, rapper and actor
  • Archana, Indian actress
  • Aref (born 1941), Iranian singer
  • Ares (born 1973), Norwegian singer and musician
  • Argenis (born 1986), Mexican wrestler
  • Aria, American singer-songwriter and actress
  • Aril (born 1985), Malaysian singer, actor, dancer and television host
  • Arisa (born 1982), Italian singer
  • Arletty (1898–1992), French model, singer, and actress
  • Armand, singer
  • Arrow (1954–2010), West Indian singer-songwriter
  • Aruray (born 1920), Filipina actress
  • Arya (born 1980), Kerala-born Indian actor
  • Aṣa (born 1982), Nigerian singer-songwriter
  • Ásgeir (born 1992), Icelandic singer
  • Ashanti (born 1980), American singer-songwriter
  • Ashley (born 1975), Puerto Rican singer
  • Ashok (born 1981), Indian actor
  • Asin (born 1985), Indian actress and dancer
  • Aslyn, American singer-songwriter
  • Asmahan (1912–1944), Syrian singer, actress
  • Assia (born 1973), French singer
  • Assol (born 1993), Ukrainian singer
  • Asuka (born 1981), Japanese professional wrestler
  • Asya (born 1965), Turkish singer-songwriter
  • Ateed, German singer
  • Atlantis (born 1962), Mexican wrestler
  • Auburn, American singer
  • Aurora (Norwegian singer-songwriter, born 1996)
  • Averno (born 1977), Mexican wrestler
  • Avicii (1989–2018), Swedish EDM DJ, remixer, and record producer
  • Avra, Greek-Australian singer-songwriter, actress, dancer and producer
  • Awie (born 1968), Malaysian singer, actor
  • Axel (born 1977), Argentine singer-songwriter
  • Axwell (born 1977), Swedish DJ and record producer
  • Ayaka (born 1987), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ayana, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ayane, Japanese singer
  • Ayshea,(born 1948), English singer, actress and television presenter
  • Ayọ (born 1980), German singer-songwriter
  • AZ (born 1972), American rapper
  • Azad (born 1974), Iranian-born German rapper
  • Azekel, Nigerian born British singer-songwriter, musician and producer
  • Azis (born 1978), Bulgarian singer
  • Azu (born 1981), Japanese singer

B[edit]

  • Babalu (1942–1998), Filipino actor and comedian
  • Babita (born 1948), Indian actress
  • Babydaddy (born 1976), American musician
  • Babyface (born 1958), American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Bacchelli (born 1952), Spanish singer
  • Bada (born 1980), South Korean singer
  • Baekhyun (born 1992), South Korean singer and actor
  • Bahadoor (1930–2000), Indian comedian
  • Bahamadia, American hip hop artist, DJ, and emcee
  • Bahamas (born 1981), Canadian musician
  • Bajka (born 1978), Indian-born German singer-songwriter and producer
  • Bala (born 1982), Indian actor
  • Balvaz (born 1970), Norwegian musician
  • BANKS (born 1988), American singer-songwriter
  • Bapu (1933–2014), Indian film director
  • Barbara (1930–1997), French singer
  • Barbette (1899–1973), American performer and trapeze artist
  • Baron (1838–1920), French actor and singer
  • Barzin, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Bashy (born 1985), British hip hop artist
  • Basia (born 1954), Polish singer
  • Basim (born 1992), Danish singer
  • Basshunter (born 1984), Swedish singer-songwriter and producer
  • Basto (born 1975), Belgian record producer, musician and DJ
  • Battlecat (born 1968), American hip hop producer
  • Bayley (born 1989), American professional wrestler
  • Beans (born 1971), American hip hop artist and producer
  • Beauregarde, American wrestler and musician
  • Beaver (1951–2010), New Zealand singer
  • Bebe (born 1978), Spanish singer and actress
  • Becca (born 1989), American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Beck (born 1970), American musician
  • Becky (born 1984), Japanese TV personality
  • Bedders (born 1961), English musician, songwriter and composer
  • Beefy (born 1985), American rapper and webcomic artist
  • Belchior (born 1946), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Belinda (born 1989), Spanish-born Mexican singer-songwriter and actress
  • Belladonna (born 1981), American pornographic actress
  • Belly (born 1984), Canadian rapper
  • BélO (born 1979), Haitian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Ben (born 1981), German singer-songwriter, occasional voice actor and TV host
  • Bénabar (born 1969), French singer-songwriter
  • Bender (1980–2018), Canadian underground hip hop artist
  • Bengü (born 1979), Turkish singer
  • Beni (born 1986), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Bentot (1928–1986), Filipino comedian
  • Benzino (born 1965), American hip hop artist, media executive, and record producer
  • Bera (born 1994), Georgian albino rapper
  • Bernadette (born 1959), Dutch singer
  • Berri (born 1974), English singer
  • Beth (born 1981), Spanish singer and actress
  • Beto (1967–2010), Portuguese singer
  • Betzaida (born 1981), American singer
  • Beyoncé (born 1981), American singer
  • Bez (born 1964), English percussionist, dancer, media personality and comedian
  • Bhavatharini, Indian singer and music director
  • Bhavya (born 1966), Indian actress
  • Bïa, Brazilian-born French singer
  • Bibie (born 1957), Ghanaian singer
  • Bigflo, French rapper
  • Bilal (born 1979), American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Bilal (born 1983), Lebanese singer
  • Bindu (born 1951), Indian actress
  • Bionca (born 1967), American pornographic actress and director
  • Biquardus, French composer
  • Birdman (born 1969), American rapper
  • Biyouna (born 1952), Algerian singer, dancer and actress
  • Bizarre (born 1976), American hip hop artist
  • Bizniz (born 1982), South Korean rapper and singer
  • Björk (born 1965), Icelandic singer-songwriter, actress and music producer
  • Blaaze (born 1975), Indian rap artist and singer
  • Black (born 1962), British singer-songwriter
  • Blaqstarr (born 1985), American rapper, singer, producer and DJ
  • Bleubird, American rap artist
  • Bless (born 1983), Canadian hip hop artist
  • Bligg (born 1976), Swiss rapper
  • Blinky (born 1944), American singer
  • Blowfly (born 1945), American singer-songwriter, comedian and rapper
  • Blu (born 1983), American rapper
  • Blueprint, American rapper and hip hop producer
  • Blumio, German rapper
  • BoA (born 1986), South Korean pop singer
  • Bobbito (born 1967), American DJ and member of the Rock Steady Crew
  • Bobby, Bangladeshi film actress and producer
  • Bobina (born 1982), Russian trance DJ, record producer and radio host
  • Bocafloja (born 1978), Mexican MC and spoken word artist
  • Bojoura (born 1947), Dutch singer
  • Bombolo (1931–1987), Italian actor and comedian
  • Bones (stylized as BONES; born 1994), American rapper
  • Bono (born 1960), Irish singer and lyricist
  • Bonvi (1941–1995), Italian comic book artist
  • Booba (born 1976), French rapper
  • Boondox, American rapper
  • Borgeous, American DJ and producer
  • Borgore (born 1987), Israeli producer and DJ
  • Boris (born 1965), French singer-songwriter
  • Borlet, French composer
  • Boss (born 1969), American rapper
  • Bossman (born 1983), American rapper
  • Bosson (born 1969), Swedish singer-songwriter
  • Bourvil (1917–1970), French actor and singer
  • Bowzer (born 1947), American singer
  • Brädi (born 1979), Finnish hip hop artist
  • Braguinha (1907–2006), Brazilian songwriter and singer
  • Brahmanandam (born 1956), Indian actor and comedian
  • Brainpower (born 1975), Belgium-born Dutch rapper
  • Braintax, British hip hop artist and producer
  • Brandy, American recording artist and entertainer
  • Brassaï (1899–1984), Hungarian photographer and filmmaker
  • Braulio (born 1946), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Breakbot (born 1981), French producer and a DJ
  • Brendon, British singer
  • Brisco (born 1983), American rapper
  • BriTANicK, American internet sketch comedy duo
  • Broery (1944–2000), Indonesian singer
  • Brolle (born 1981), Swedish singer and musician
  • Buckethead (born 1969), American musician
  • Buckwheat (1931–1980), American child actor
  • Bukkcity (born 1980), Australian-born American rapper
  • Busdriver (born 1978), American rapper
  • Bushido (born 1978), German rapper
  • Bussunda (1962–2006), Brazilian TV comedian
  • Butterscotch (born 1985), American singer and pianist
  • Byul (born 1983), South Korean singer
  • Byz (born 1984), Swedish hip hop musician

C[edit]

  • Cadenet (1160–1235), French-Spanish composer
  • Cage (born 1973), American rapper
  • Cali (born 1968), French singer-songwriter
  • Calogero (born 1971), French singer
  • Cam (born 1984), American singer
  • Camané (born 1967), Portuguese singer
  • Chameleone (born 1979), Ugandan DJ and AfroBeat artiste and musician reggae
  • Camelia (born 1974), Malaysian singer and model
  • Camilla (born 1984), English singer and actress
  • Camille (born 1978), French singer-songwriter and actress
  • Camoflauge (1981–2003), American rapper
  • Cam'ron (born 1976), American rapper
  • Canardo (born 1984), French rapper, singer, songwriter and music producer
  • Cancerbero (born 1977), Mexican wrestler
  • Canibus (born 1974), Jamaican-born American rapper
  • Cantinflas (1911–1993), Mexican comedian and actor
  • Canuplin (1904–1979), Filipino actor, and comedian
  • Caparezza (born 1973), Italian rapper
  • Cappadonna (born 1968), American rapper
  • Capucine (1928–1990), French actress
  • Capulina (born 1927), Mexican comedy actor
  • Caravelli (born 1930), French orchestra leader, composer and arranger
  • Cardin (born 1972), Vietnamese-born American singer and composer
  • Caribou (born 1978), Canadian musician
  • Carlos (1943–2008), French entertainer
  • Carlprit (born 1986), Zimbabwean rapper and actor
  • Carmel (born 1958), British singer
  • Carmella (born 1987), American cheerleader, dancer, fitness trainer, model and professional wrestler
  • Carminho (born 1984), Portuguese singer
  • Carpentras (1470–1548), French composer
  • Carrara, Italian singer, composer and DJ
  • Cartola (1908–1980), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Cascarita (1920–1975), Cuban singer
  • Case (born 1975), American singer
  • Cashis (born 1978), American rapper
  • Cassiane (born 1972), Brazilian singer
  • Cassidy (born 1982), American rapper
  • Cassie (born 1986), American singer
  • Castelloza, French composer
  • Catalina (born 1978), American pornographic actress
  • Caushun (born 1977), American rapper
  • Cazuza (1958–1990), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Cazwell (born 1979), American rapper and songwriter
  • Ceca (born 1973), Serbian singer
  • Cecilia, Norwegian singer
  • Cecilia (1948–1976), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Cecilia (born 1943), Chilean singer-songwriter
  • Celeda, American singer and drag performer
  • Cepillín (born 1946), Mexican television clown
  • Cesaro (born 1980), Swiss wrestler
  • Céu (born 1980), Brazilian singer-songwriter
  • Ceui, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ceza (born 1976), Turkish rapper
  • Chacrinha (1917–1988), Brazilian TV host and comedian
  • Chakri (born 1974), Indian music director and singer
  • Chakuza (born 1981), Austrian rapper
  • Chalam (1929–1989), Indian actor, comedian and director
  • Chalice (born 1983), Estonian singer and rapper
  • Cham (born 1977), Jamaican DJ, singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Chamillionaire (born 1979), American rapper
  • Chandrashekhar (born 1922), Indian actor
  • Chanyeol (born 1992), South Korean singer/rapper
  • Chara (born 1968), Japanese singer, songwriter, musician and actress
  • Charice (born 1992), Filipina singer
  • Charizma (1973–1993), American MC
  • Charlene (born 1950), American singer
  • Charmion (1875–1949), American vaudeville trapeze artist and strongwoman
  • Charo (born 1951), Spanish-American entertainer
  • Charuhasan (born 1930), Indian actor
  • Charytín (born 1954), Saint Lucia-born Dominica-based singer and actress
  • Chata (born 1979), Japanese singer
  • Chaundon (born 1976), American hip-hop artist
  • Chayanne (born 1968), Puerto Rican singer
  • Cheek (born 1981), Finnish rapper
  • Chen (born 1992), South Korean singer
  • Chenoa (born 1975), Argentine-Spanish singer
  • Cher (born 1946), American singer
  • Cheran (born 1965), Indian actor and director
  • Cherie (born 1984), French singer
  • Cherrelle (born 1958), American singer
  • Cheryl (born 1983), English singer, songwriter and television personality
  • Chessman (born 1975), Mexican wrestler
  • Chetes (born 1979), Mexican rock musician
  • Chezidek (born 1973), Jamaican singer
  • Chiaki (born 1971), Japanese entertainer
  • Chiara (born 1976), Maltese singer
  • Chiara (born 1986), Italian singer
  • Chicane (born 1971), British musician, composer and producer
  • Chicháy (1918–1993), Filipino comedian
  • Chikezie (born 1985), American singer
  • Chilli (born 1971), American dancer, singer-songwriter, actress, and television personality
  • Chingy (born 1980), American hip-hop artist
  • Chinmayi (born 1984), Indian singer
  • Chipmunk (born 1990), English rapper and singer-songwriter
  • Chiquito (1932–1997), Filipino actor
  • Chiranjeevi (born 1955), Indian actor
  • Chisu (born 1982), Finnish singer-songwriter and producer
  • Chitragupta (1917–1991), Indian composer
  • Chloe, Australian singer-songwriter
  • Chloe (born 1971), American pornographic actress, director and nude model
  • Chloe (born 1987), American singer-songwriter
  • Choclair (born 1975), Canadian rapper
  • Chocolat (born 1978), Japanese singer
  • Choice, American rapper
  • Choppa (born 1980), American rapper
  • Chorão (1970–2013), Brazilian musician, singer, poet
  • Chouchou, Lebanese comedian, stage actor, director
  • Chrisanthos (1934–2005), Greek singer-songwriter
  • Chrispa (born 1982), Greek singer
  • Christell (born 1998), Chilean singer and musician
  • Christian (1821–1889), French actor and singer
  • Christian (born 1949), Italian singer
  • Christian (born 1973), Canadian professional wrestler
  • Christo (born 1935), Bulgarian artist
  • Christophe (born 1945), French singer-songwriter
  • Christopher (born 1992), Danish singer
  • Chrisye (1949–2007), Indonesian singer
  • Chuggo (born 1971), Canadian rapper
  • Chyna (1970–2016), American professional wrestler
  • Ciara (born 1985), American singer
  • Cibelle (born 1978), Brazilian performance artist, singer-songwriter and producer
  • Cibernético (born 1975), Mexican wrestler
  • Cicciolina (born 1951), Hungarian-Italian porn star, politician, and singer
  • Cilvaringz (born 1979), Dutch rapper and hip hop producer
  • Cindy & Bert (born 1948)/(1945–2012), German vocalists
  • Cineplexx (born 1973), Argentine musician
  • Clairette (1919–2008), French-Canadian actress and singer
  • Classified (born 1978), Canadian rapper
  • Cláudya (born 1948), Brazilian singer
  • Clemens (born 1979), Danish rapper, singer, music writer, actor
  • Clémentine (born 1963), French singer-songwriter
  • Cleopatra (aka Kleopátra; born 1963), Greek singer
  • Clueso (born 1980), German singer-songwriter, rapper and producer
  • CNU (born 1991), South Korean singer and actor
  • Coba (born 1959), Japanese musician
  • Cocco (born 1977), Japanese singer
  • Coko (born 1970), American singer
  • Colette (1873–1954), French novelist
  • Colos (born 1981), Albanian-born German rapper
  • Coluche (1944–1986), French comedian and actor
  • Common (born 1972), American rapper and actor
  • Conchita (born 1980), Finnish-born Spanish singer
  • Consequence (born 1977), American rapper
  • Coolio (born 1963), American rapper
  • Coppé, Japanese singer-songwriter and music producer
  • Copywrite (born 1978), American underground hip hop artist
  • Corina, American singer
  • Corina (born 1980), Romanian singer and composer
  • Cormega (born 1973), American emcee rapper
  • Corneille (born 1977), Canadian Rwandan singer
  • Cornelius (born 1969), Japanese musician and producer
  • Cougnut (1968–2001), American rapper
  • Crane (born 1956), American trumpeter and vocalist
  • Criolo (born 1975), Brazilian singer and rapper
  • Cristie (born 1978), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Cronos (born 1963), English heavy metal singer and bass guitarist
  • Crowbar (born 1974), American wrestler
  • Csézy (born 1979), Hungarian singer
  • Culture, Canadian rapper, reggae and hip hop artist
  • Currensy (born 1981), American rapper
  • Curse (born 1978), German hip hop artist
  • Cybele (1887–1978), Greek actress
  • Cytherea (born 1981), American pornographic actress and model

D[edit]

  • D.O (born 1993), South Korean singer
  • Dabo, Japanese rapper
  • Daboy (1952–2008), Filipino actor and producer
  • Dadoo (born 1976), French rapper
  • Daedelus (born 1977), American record producer
  • Daesung (born 1989), South Korean singer, MC and actor
  • Daffney (born 1975), American wrestler
  • Dagmar (1921–2001), American actress, model, and TV personality
  • Dagmar (born 1955), Puerto Rican TV host, comedian, and singer
  • Daigo (born 1978), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Dajim (born 1977), Thai hip-hop singer and rap artist
  • Daklon (born 1944), Israeli singer
  • Dalia, Egyptian singer
  • Dalida (1933–1987), Italo-French Egyptian-born singer and actress, diva
  • Damae, German model, television presenter and singer-songwriter
  • Damia (1889–1978), French singer and actress
  • Damian (born 1964), English musician and actor
  • Dana (born 1951), Irish singer
  • Dana (born 1986), South Korean singer, dancer and pianist
  • Danarto (1941–2018), Indonesian writer and artist
  • Dan-e-o (born 1977), Canadian hip hop artist and actor
  • D'Angelo (born 1974), American singer
  • Dani (born 1945), French actress and singer
  • Daniel (born 1955), Montenegro-born singer
  • Daniel (born 1968), Brazilian singer
  • Danny (born 1942), Finnish singer
  • Danny! (born 1983), American rap performer and producer
  • Danzel (born 1976), Belgian singer and musician
  • Daphné (born 1974), French singer
  • Dara (born 1984), South Korean singer, singer and actress
  • Dappy (born 1987), English-born Greek rapper, singer and actor
  • Darin (born 1987), Swedish singer
  • Darina (born 1980), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Darine (born 1984), Lebanese-born Swedish singer-songwriter
  • Darpan (1928–1980), Pakistani actor
  • Darude (born 1975), Finnish trance producer and DJ
  • Daryl (born 1955), American magician
  • Dataz (born 1984), Tanzanian rapper
  • Daubray (1837–1892), French actor and operetta singer
  • Dave (born 1944), Dutch-born French singer
  • Davina (born 1966), American singer and musician
  • Daya (born 1998), American singer-songwriter
  • Dead (1969–1991), Swedish vocalist
  • Deadlee, American rapper
  • Deadmau5 (born 1981), Canadian record producer, DJ, musician, and composer
  • Deakin (born 1978), American singer and musician
  • Dee, Canadian singer-songwriter, DJ, musician and producer
  • Deeba (born 1947), Pakistani actress
  • Deedar (born 1980), Pakistani actress
  • Deemi (born 1980), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Deen (born 1982), Boznia and Herzegovina singer
  • Deepu (born 1986), Indian singer
  • Deesha (born 1980), Canadian singer
  • Deeyah (born 1977), Norwegian singer, composer and filmmaker
  • Defari, American hip hop artist
  • Defconn (born 1977), South Korean rapper, comedian and MC
  • Delirious (born 1981), American wrestler
  • Délizia (born 1952), Italian-Belgian singer
  • Delkash (1924–2004), Iranian singer and actress
  • Delta (born 1985), Mexican wrestler
  • Dendemann (born 1974), German rapper
  • Denyo (born 1977), German hip hop artist
  • Désiré (1823–1873), French baritone, who created many comic roles for Offenbach
  • Desireless (born 1952), French singer
  • Des'ree (born 1968), British singer
  • Dessa (born 1981), American spoken word artist, author and MC
  • Dev (born 1989), American singer
  • Deva (born 1950), Indian composer and singer
  • Devadarshini (born 1975), Indian actress and TV anchor
  • Devayani (born 1974), Indian actress
  • Devika (1943–2002), Indian actress
  • Devon (born 1963), Canadian rapper
  • Devon (born 1977), American pornographic actress
  • Dexter (born 1973), Brazilian rapper
  • D-Flame, German hip hop and reggae musician
  • Dhamu, Indian actor and comedian
  • Dhanush (born 1978), Indian actor and singer
  • Dhany (born 1972), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Dharan (born 1983), Indian composer and music director
  • Dharmendra (born 1935), Indian actor
  • Dharshana, Indian singer
  • Diamond (born 1988), American rapper
  • Diana (born 1954), Brazilian singer
  • Diaz (born 1976), Norwegian rapper
  • Dicte (born 1966), Danish musician and songwriter
  • Dido (born 1971), British singer
  • Diganth (born 1983), Indian actor and model
  • Dilana (born 1972), South African singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Dilba (born 1971), Turkish-born Swedish singer-songwriter of Kurdish origin
  • Dilber (born 1958), Chinese singer
  • Dileep (born 1968), Indian actor and producer
  • Dileepan (c. 1980 – 2012), Indian actor
  • Dilip (c. 1955 – 2012), Indian actor
  • Dina (born 1956), Portuguese singer
  • Dina (born 1985), Norwegian singer
  • Dinio (born 1972), Cuban singer and pornographic actor
  • Dino (born 1963), American DJ, singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Dino (born 1948), Italian singer and actor
  • Dio (1942–2010), American heavy metal vocalist and songwriter
  • Dion (born 1939), American singer-songwriter
  • Diplo, American DJ, producer and songwriter
  • Diverse, American rapper
  • Divine (1945–1988), American transvestite actor
  • Divino, Puerto Rican reggaeton artist
  • Divyadarshini (born 1980), Indian actress and TV anchor
  • Djavan (born 1949), Brazilian singer and composer
  • DMX (born 1970), American rapper, record producer, and actor
  • Dntel, American electronic music artist
  • Do (born 1981), Dutch singer
  • Doda (born 1984), Polish singer
  • Doddanna (born 1949), Indian actor
  • Dolcenera (born 1977), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Dolla (1987–2009), American rapper
  • Dollarman, Grenada-born New York-based singer, songwriter, producer and musician
  • Dolphy (1928–2012), Filipino actor and comedian
  • Dominguinhos (born 1941), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Domino (born 1970), American rapper, record producer and DJ
  • Domino (born 1972), American rapper
  • Dompan (1924–2008), Swedish jazz alto saxophonist and clarinetist
  • Donatello (born 1947), Italian singer
  • Dondria (born 1987), American singer-songwriter
  • Donghae (born 1986), South Korean singer and occasional actor
  • Donovan (born 1946), Scottish singer-songwriter
  • Dora (born 1966), Portuguese singer
  • Doris (born 1947), Swedish singer
  • Dorismar (born 1975), Argentine model, actress, TV hostess and singer
  • Dorlis (born 1982), Japanese musician
  • Doro (born 1964), German singer-songwriter
  • Dorothée (born 1953), French singer and TV presenter
  • Doseone (born 1977), American emcee, artist and poet
  • Dotan (born 1986), Dutch-Israeli singer-songwriter
  • Dottsy (born 1963), American singer
  • Double (born 1975), Japanese singer
  • Drake (born 1986), Canadian actor and rapper
  • Drama, American rapper
  • Dranem (1869–1935), French singer and actor
  • Dregen (born 1973), Swedish musician
  • Dres (born 1967), American rapper and actor
  • Dresta (born 1971), American rapper
  • Dru, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Drupi (born 1947), Italian pop-rock singer
  • Dry (born 1977), French rapper of Congolese origin
  • Dugazon (1746–1809), French actor
  • Duilio (born 1973), Swiss singer
  • Duke, English singer-songwriter and producer
  • Dumbfoundead (born 1986), Argentine-born American rapper
  • Duquende (born 1965), Spanish singer
  • Dwele (born 1978), American singer-songwriter and record producer
  • DyE, French musician
  • Dyango (born 1940), Spanish musician
  • Dynamo (born 1982), American magician and TV personality

E[edit]

  • E (born 1963), American lead singer, songwriter, guitarist, keyboardist and drummer
  • Eamon (born 1984), American singer-songwriter
  • Eartha, American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Earthquake (born 1963), American actor and comedian
  • Earthquake (1963–2006), Canadian sumōtori and professional wrestler
  • Eazy-E (1964–1995), American rapper
  • Ebi (born 1949), Iranian singer
  • Edan (born 1978), American hip hop artist, emcee, DJ and record producer
  • Edge (born 1973), Canadian actor, podcaster, and retired professional wrestler
  • Edurne (born 1985), Spanish singer
  • Edwin (born 1968), Canadian musician
  • Eilera, French singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Eita (born 1982), Japanese actor
  • Eivør (born 1983), Faroese singer
  • Egardus, Flemish composer
  • Ektor (born 1980), Puerto Rican singer and actor
  • Elán (born 1983), Mexican singer-songwriter and pianist
  • Elastinen (born 1981), Finnish rap musician
  • Eldee (born 1977), Nigerian-American rapper and producer
  • Electrico (born 1986), Mexican wrestler
  • Electroshock (born 1970), Mexican wrestler
  • Elektra (born 1970), American retired professional wrestling valet and professional wrestler
  • Eleni (aka Eleni Tzoka; born 1956), Polish singer
  • Elias (born 1987), American wrestler
  • Eliel (born 1981), Puerto Rican reggaeton producer
  • Eligh, American emcee, songwriter and record producer
  • Elisa (born 1977), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Elisa (born 1989), Japanese singer and model
  • Elissa, Canadian singer and record producer
  • Elissa (born 1972), Lebanese singer
  • EliZe (born 1982), Dutch singer
  • Ella (born 1966), Malaysian singer
  • El-P (aka El-Producto; born 1975), American rapper, record producer, and record executive
  • Elpida (born 1950), Greek singer-songwriter
  • eLZhi (born 1978), American rapper
  • Emade (born 1981), Polish hip hop producer
  • Emicida (born 1985), Brazilian rapper and songwriter
  • Emii, American actress, pop recording artist, and martial artist
  • Emilia (born 1978), Ethiopian-Swedish singer
  • Emilia (born 1982), Bulgarian singer
  • Emilio (1962–2016), American singer-songwriter
  • Eminem (born 1972), American rapper, songwriter, record producer, record executive, and actor
  • Emir, (born 1980), Tukish pop singer
  • Emma (born 1974), Welsh singer
  • Emma (born 1989), Australian wrestler
  • Emmanuel (born 1955), Mexican singer
  • Emme (born 1963), American plus-size supermodel
  • Emmi, Australian singer-songwriter
  • Emmi (born 1979), Finnish singer-songwriter
  • Emmy (born 1984), Armenian singer
  • Emmy (1989–2011), Albanian singer
  • Emyli (born 1988), Japanese singer
  • Encore (born 1974), German singer
  • Engelina (born 1978), Danish singer-songwriter
  • Envy (born 1987), English rapper and MC
  • Enya (born 1961), Irish musician
  • Eon (1954–2009), British producer
  • Epaksa (born 1954), South Korean singer
  • Ephesto (born 1965), Mexican wrestler
  • Erakah, New Zealand singer
  • Ercandize (born 1981), German rapper
  • Erfan (born 1983), Iranian rapper and producer
  • Erik, British singer
  • Eru, (born 1983), American singer, musician, and composer, based in South Korea
  • Escoria (born 1980), Mexican wrestler
  • Esham, American rapper
  • Esmeray (1949–2002), Turkish singer
  • Esquerita (1935–1986), American singer
  • Esteban (born 1948), American singer
  • Estelle (born 1980), British singer, songwriter, rapper, record producer, and actress
  • Esthero (born 1978), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Eternia, Canadian rapper
  • Étienne (born 1971), Canadian singer
  • Euforia (born 1974), Mexican wrestler
  • Eugene (born 1981), South Korean singer and actress
  • Eugene (born 1975), American wrestler and promoter
  • Eunhyuk (born 1986), South Korean entertainer
  • Euronymous (1968–1993), Norwegian guitarist
  • Eve (born 1978), American rapper
  • Everlast (born 1969), American rapper, singer, and songwriter
  • Evidence (born 1976), American hip hop artist and producer
  • Evridiki (born 1968), Cypriot singer
  • Example (born 1982), British rapper
  • Excalibur, American wrestler
  • Exile, American hip hop DJ, producer and rapper
  • Extince (born 1967), Dutch rapper
  • Eyedea (1981–2010), American rapper
  • Ezkimo (1980–2015), Finnish hip-hop musician

F[edit]

  • Fabian (born 1943), American singer and actor
  • Fabio (born 1959), Italian fashion model
  • Fabio (born 1965), British disc jockey and record producer
  • Fabo (born 1983), American rapper and producer
  • Fabolous (born 1977), American rapper
  • Fairuz (born 1935), Lebanese singer
  • Falco (1957–1998), Austrian singer, songwriter and rapper
  • Falete (born 1978), Spanish singer
  • Fallon (born 1967), American pornographic actress
  • Fallulah (born 1985), Danish singer-songwriter
  • Falu, Indian-born American singer-songwriter
  • Fanchon (1668–1743), French operatic soprano and celebrated beauty
  • Fancy (born 1946), German singer
  • Fandango (born 1983), American professional wrestler
  • Fanfulla (1913–1971), Italian actor and comedian
  • Fanny (born 1979), French singer
  • Fantasia (born 1984), American singer
  • Fargetta (born 1962), Italian DJ, producer and composer
  • Farruko (born 1993), Puerto Rican reggaeton singer-songwriter
  • Fashawn (born 1988), American rapper
  • Fatlip (born 1969), American hip hop musician
  • Faudel (born 1978), French singer
  • Favorite (born 1986), German rapper
  • Fawni (born 1985), Austrian singer-songwriter and actress
  • Faylan, Japanese singer
  • Feiticeira (born 1976), Brazilian model and TV personality
  • Felecia, American pornographic actress, nude model and dancer
  • Feloni, American rapper
  • Fénix (born 1990), Mexican wrestler
  • Fenriz (born 1971), Norwegian musician and songwriter
  • Fergie (born 1975), American singer-songwriter
  • Fernandel (1903–1971), French actor and singer
  • Ferras (born 1982), American singer-songwriter
  • Ferréz (born 1975), Brazilian rapper
  • Ferron (born 1952), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Fey (born 1973), Mexican singer
  • Feyrouz (1943–2016), Egyptian film child actress
  • Fianso (born 1986), French rapper
  • Fieldy (born 1969), American bass guitar player
  • Fiend (born 1976), American rapper
  • Fiona (born 1961), American singer and actress
  • Fiordaliso (born 1956), Italian singer
  • Fish (born 1958), Scottish singer-songwriter and occasional actor
  • Fisz (born 1978), Polish rap artist
  • Flash (born 1981), Mexican wrestler
  • Flea (born 1962), Australian-born American musician
  • Fler (born 1982), German rapper
  • Flex (born 1980), Panamanian reggaeton artist
  • Flor (born 1984), Argentine singer
  • Florence (1749–1816), French actor
  • Flume (born 1991), Australian record producer, musician and DJ
  • F'Murr (aka F'Murrr; 1946–2018), French cartoonist and comic book writer
  • Fontaine (born 1979), American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Fosforito (born 1932), Spanish singer
  • Foxes (born 1989), British singer, songwriter and actress
  • Foxx (born 1984), American rapper
  • Franco (born 1959), Cuban singer
  • Frankee (born 1983), American singer
  • Frankmusik (born 1985), English electropop musician, singer
  • Frauenarzt (born 1978), German rapper
  • Fredwreck (born 1972), American producer
  • Free (born 1968), American rapper, singer and TV personality
  • Freebo, American bassist, tubist, guitarist, singer-songwriter, and producer
  • Freeman (born 1972), Algerian-born French hip hop artist, actor and dancer
  • Freeway (born 1977), American rapper
  • Fréhel (1891–1951), French singer and actress (also aka Pervenche)
  • Frenkie (born 1982), Bosnian rapper
  • Fugative (born 1994), British hip hop and grime artist
  • Fuko (born 1988), Japanese pornographic actress and model
  • Funaki (born 1968), Japanese–American professional wrestler and color commentator
  • Future (born 1985), Haitian-American rapper and musician

G[edit]

  • Gaahl (born 1975), Norwegian singer
  • Gabrielle (born 1970), English singer
  • Gackt (born 1973), Japanese musician, songwriter and actor
  • Gajala (born 1985), Indian actress
  • Gala (born 1975), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Galder (born 1976), Norwegian composer, musician and singer
  • Game (born 1979), American rapper
  • Ganesh (born 1977), Indian actor
  • Ganeshkar (born 1978), Tamil actor and comedian
  • Garbo (born 1958), Italian singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Garou (born 1972), Armenian Canadian singer
  • Gauge (born 1980), American pornographic actress and former stripper
  • Gazebo (born 1960), Italian singer and musician
  • Geetha (born 1962), Indian actress
  • Gemini, American rapper
  • Genevieve – Ginette Marguerite Auger
  • Genvieve – Genevieve Schatz
  • Geraldo (1904–1974), British bandleader
  • Gerardo (born 1965), Ecuadorian rapper
  • Gert and Daisy, British female comedy duo
  • Ghantasala (1922–1974), Indian singer and composer
  • Ghetto (born 1984), English grime artist
  • Ginger (born 1964), Solo artist and also frontman for The Wildhearts
  • Giggs (born 1981), British rapper
  • Gigi (born 1974), Ethiopian singer
  • Gilda (1961–1996), Argentine singer-songwriter
  • Gilla (born 1950), Austrian singer
  • Gimma, Swiss rapper
  • Ginger (born 1964), English guitarist and singer-songwriter
  • Ginuwine (born 1970), American singer, songwriter, dancer and actor
  • Giovanna (born 1945), Italian singer
  • Girija (born 1969), Indian actress
  • Gisburg (born 1966), Austrian singer
  • Gisela (born 1979), Spanish singer
  • Gisselle (born 1969), Puerto Rican singer
  • Gloria (born 1951), Irish singer
  • Gloria (born 1973), Bulgarian singer
  • Glory, Puerto Rican singer
  • Glukoza (born 1986), Russian singer
  • Glykeria (born 1953), Greek singer
  • Goapele (born 1977), American singer-songwriter
  • Godsilla (born 1984), German rapper
  • Göksel (born 1971), Turkish singer-songwriter and musician
  • Goldie (born 1965), English musician, DJ, visual artist and actor
  • GoldLink (born 1993), American rapper
  • Goldust (born 1969), American professional wrestler
  • Goldy (born 1969), American rapper
  • Gombloh (1948–1988), Indonesian singer and songwriter
  • Gonzaguinha (1945–1991), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Gonzales (born 1972), Canadian musician
  • Googoosh (born 1950), Iranian singer and actress
  • Gopika (born 1984), Indian actress
  • Gotye (born 1980), Belgium-born Australian multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter
  • Goundamani (born 1939), Indian film actor and comedian
  • Governor (born 1972), American singer
  • Govinda (born 1963), Indian actor
  • Graciela (1915–2010), Cuban singer
  • Grégoire (born 1979), French singer and composer
  • Gretchen (born 1959), Brazilian singer
  • Gribouille (1941–1968), French singer
  • Grimace, French composer
  • Grimes (born 1988), Canadian musician and singer-songwriter
  • Griot, Swiss rapper
  • Gripsta, American rapper
  • Grock (1880–1959), Swiss clown, composer and musician
  • Grooverider (born 1967), British DJ
  • Guinga (born 1950), Brazilian composer and musician
  • Gülşen (born 1976), Turkish singer-songwriter and model
  • Gülseren (born 1973), Turkish-born French singer
  • Gummy (born 1981), South Korean singer
  • Guru (1966–2010), American rapper
  • Gurukiran, Indian actor and music director
  • GZA (born 1966), American rapper and songwriter

H[edit]

  • H (born 1976), Welsh singer, dancer and stage actor
  • H.R. (born 1956), British-American singer
  • Hadise (born 1985), Belgian-born Turkish singer-songwriter, dancer and presenter
  • Hafiz (born 1990), Malaysian singer
  • Haha (born 1979), South Korean entertainer
  • Haiducii (born 1977), Romanian musician, songwriter, model and actress
  • Hakim (born 1962), Egyptian singer
  • Hakimakli, French DJ
  • Halloween (born 1971), Mexican wrestler
  • Hallowicked (born 1981), American wrestler
  • Halna (born 1980), Japanese singer
  • Halsey (born 1994), American singer-songwriter
  • Halston (1932–1990), American fashion designer
  • Hamsalekha (born 1951), Indian music director and lyricist
  • Hamuchtar (born 1971), Israeli singer, actor and director
  • Hanayo (born 1970), Japanese musician and actress
  • Hani (born 1992), South Korean singer and entertainer
  • Hannah (born 1978), Australian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Hariharan (born 1955), Indian singer
  • Harini (born 1979), Indian film playback singer and classical singer
  • Harisu (born 1975), South Korean transsexual/transgender singer, model, and actress
  • Harper (born 1979), American wrestler
  • Harpo (born 1950), Swedish singer, musician and actor
  • Harvey (born 1951), American radio and TV personality
  • Harvey (aka MC Harvey, Harvey; born Michael Harvey Jr.), MC
  • Haspop (born 1977), French stage director, choreographer and dancer
  • Hayden (born 1971), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Hayedeh (aka Haideh, Haydeh; 1942–1990), Iranian singer of Persian classical and pop music
  • Haystak (born 1973), American rapper
  • Haytana (born 1979), Ukrainian singer-songwriter
  • Headliner (born 1967), American rapper and DJ
  • Heath (born 1968), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Heino (born 1938), German singer
  • Heinrich, German singer-songwriter
  • Heinz (1942–2000), German-born English bassist and singer
  • Heklina, American actor, drag queen, and entrepreneur
  • Helen (born 1939), Indian actress and dancer
  • Hemlata (born 1954), Indian playback singer
  • Hergé (1907–1983), Belgian comics writer and artist
  • Hero (born 1986), South Korean entertainer
  • Hervé (1825–1892), French singer, composer and conductor
  • Hervé (born 1980), British DJ and producer
  • Hichkas (born 1985), Iranian rap artist
  • hide (1964–1998), Japanese musician
  • Hildegarde (1906–2005), American cabaret singer
  • Himeka (born 1981), Canadian singer
  • Hind (born 1979), Bahraini singer
  • Histeria (born 1969), Mexican wrestler
  • hitomi (born 1976), Japanese singer and songwriter
  • Hizaki (stylized as HIZAKI; born 1979), Japanese musician
  • Hoku (aka Hoku Ho Clements; born 1981), American musician, singer-songwriter and actress
  • Homicide (born 1977), American wrestler
  • Honoka (born 1983), Japanese actress, pornographic actress and TV personality
  • Hooligan (born 1972), Mexican wrestler
  • Hornswoggle (born 1986), American professional wrestler
  • Horse (born 1958), Scottish singer-songwriter
  • Houston (born 1969), American pornographic actress
  • Houston (born 1983), American singer
  • Hozier (born 1990), Irish singer-songwriter
  • Huey (born 1988), American rapper
  • Hümeyra (born 1947), Turkish actress and singer-songwriter
  • Humph (1921–2008), English jazz musician and broadcaster
  • Hunterz, Pakistani-born English musician
  • Hush (born 1972), American rap rock and hip hop artist
  • Husna, Pakistani actress
  • Hwanhee (born 1982), South Korean singer and actor
  • Hwayobi (born 1982), South Korean singer
  • Hyde (born 1969), Japanese singer and lyricist
  • Hydra (aka Leslie Butterscotch), American wrestler
  • Hyolyn (born 1990), South Korean singer-songwriter
  • Hyoyeon (born 1989), South Korean entertainer
  • Hyuna (born 1992), South Korean singer

I[edit]

  • Icarus (born 1982), American wrestler
  • Ichiro (born 1973), Japanese and American baseball player
  • ICHIKO (born 1970), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Ichimaru (1906–1997), Japanese recording artist and geisha
  • Iconiq (born 1984), Japanese singer, actress and MC
  • Ida (born 1994), Danish singer
  • Idaira (born 1985), Spanish singer
  • Idha (born 1972), Swedish singer-songwriter
  • Idir (born 1949), Algerian musician
  • Iftekhar (1922–1995), Indian actor
  • Ihriel (born 1972), Norwegian musician and singer
  • Ihsahn (born 1975), Norwegian composer, musician and singer
  • Iiris (born 1991), Estonian singer, songwriter, and stage actress
  • iJustine (born 1984), American YouTube personality, host, actress and model
  • Ilaiyaraaja (born 1943), Indian singer and composer
  • Ilanit (born 1947), Israeli singer
  • iLLmacuLate (aka Illmaculate, Illmac; born 1986), Native American battle rapper and hip hop artist
  • Illmind, Filipino American hip hop producer
  • Illy (born 1986), Australian rapper, singer, songwriter
  • Ilya (born 1986; known mononymously as ILYA), Swedish songwriter, producer and singer
  • Ima (aka IMA; born 1978), Canadian singer
  • Imaani (born 1972), English singer
  • Iman (born 1955), Somali American supermodel
  • Imani (born 1971), American rapper
  • Imany (born 1979), Comores Islands Afro-soul singer
  • Imposs, Canadian rapper
  • India (born 1977), American pornographic actress, singer and rap artist
  • Indigo (born 1984), American actress
  • Indila (born 1984), French singer
  • Indio, Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Indra (born 1967), French-Swedish singer
  • Indrajith (born 1980), Indian actor
  • Indrans (born 1957), Indian actor
  • Inez (born 1977), Danish singer
  • Infernus (born 1972), Norwegian black metal musician
  • Ingeborg (born 1966), Belgian singer and TV presenter
  • Ingola (born 1973), Slovak singer
  • Inna (born 1986), Romanian singer
  • Innocent (born 1945), Indian actor
  • Inoran (born 1970), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Insooni (born 1957), South Korean singer
  • Iota, Australian singer-songwriter, musician and actor
  • Irma (born 1988), Cameroonian singer-songwriter
  • Isgaard (born 1972), German singer
  • iSH, Canadian singer, actor
  • Ishtar (born 1968), Israeli-born French singer
  • Islaja (born 1979), Finnish singer-songwriter and musician
  • Isol (born 1972), Argentine singer
  • Israel (born 1983), Filipino-born Australian singer
  • IU (born 1993), South Korean singer-songwriter and actress
  • Ivana (born 1969), Bulgarian singer
  • Ivory (born 1961), American professional wrestler
  • Ivy (born 1982), South Korean singer, model and occasional actress

J[edit]

  • Jacno (1957–2009), French musician
  • Jacotin (d. 1529), Franco-Flemish singer and composer
  • Jacynthe (born 1979), Canadian singer
  • Jadakiss (born 1975), American rapper
  • Jaddanbai (1892–1949), Indian singer, composer, actress and filmmaker
  • Jaël (born 1979), Swiss singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Jagadish (born 1958), Indian actor
  • Jagannathan (1938–2012), Indian actor
  • Jagdeep (born 1939), Indian actor and comedian
  • Jaggesh (born 1963), Indian actor, director, producer, and politician
  • Jaheim (born 1978), American singer
  • Jai (born 1985), Indian actor
  • Jaibi (1943–1984), American singer-songwriter
  • Jaidev (1919–1987), Indian composer
  • Jaimeson, British musician, emcee, and producer
  • Jaishankar (1938–2000), Indian actor
  • Jamala (born 1983), Ukrainian singer-songwriter and actress
  • Jamelão (1913–2008), Brazilian samba singer
  • Jamelia (born 1981), British entertainer
  • Jana (born 1980), American singer, songwriter, actress, author and philanthropist
  • Janagaraj (born 1950), Indian comedian
  • Janardhanan (born 1946), Malayalam film actor
  • Jandek (born 1945), American musician
  • Janita (born 1978), Finnish singer-songwriter
  • Januarisman (born 1985), Indonesian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Jaqee (born 1977), Ugandan-Swedish musician
  • Jaramar (born 1954), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Jarboe, American singer-songwriter and keyboardist
  • Jasmine (born 1976), Finnish Romani singer
  • Jasmine (born 1981), Chinese-born Taiwanese singer-songwriter and musician
  • Jaya (born 1969), Filipino singer, record producer, TV hostess and actress
  • Jayabharathi, Indian actress
  • Jayachitra (born 1957), Indian film actress
  • Jayalalithaa (1948–2016), Indian actress and politician
  • Jayamala, Indian actress
  • Jayamalini (born 1948), Indian actress
  • Jayan (1938–1980), Indian actor
  • Jayant (1915–1975), Indian film actor
  • Jayanthi (born 1950), Indian actress
  • Jayaram (born 1964), Indian actor
  • Jayasudha (born 1958), Indian actress-turned-politician
  • Jayasurya (born 1978), Indian actor and mimicry artist
  • Jazz (born 1973), American wrestler
  • Jazzmun (born 1969), American actor and performer
  • Jeanette (born 1951), English-born Spanish singer and actress
  • Jędker (born 1977), Polish emcee
  • Jedward (born 1991), Irish singing and television presenting duo
  • Jeetendra (born 1942), Indian actor
  • Jeeva (born 1952), Telugu actor
  • Jeeva (1963–2007), Indian Tamil cinematographer and film director
  • Jeevan (born 1975), Indian actor
  • Jehst (born 1979), English rapper
  • Jem (born 1975), Welsh singer-songwriter
  • Jenifer (born 1982), French singer
  • Jennie (born 1996), South Korean singer/rapper
  • Jenteal (born 1976), American pornographic actress
  • Jentina (born 1984), British singer
  • Jeremías (born 1973), British-born Venezuelan singer-songwriter
  • Jeremih (born 1987), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Jero (born 1981), American-born Japanese singer
  • Jessicka (born 1975), American singer-songwriter
  • Jethro (born 1948), English comedian
  • Jetta (born 1987), British wrestler
  • Jewel (born 1974), American singer-songwriter, guitarist and actress
  • Jewell (born 1968), American singer
  • Jhene (born 1988), American singer
  • Jibbs (born 1990), American rapper
  • Jigsaw (born 1983), American wrestler
  • Jiiva (born 1984), Tamil actor
  • Jikki (1935–2004), Indian playback singer
  • Jimena (born 1980), Mexican singer
  • Jimeoin (born 1966), Irish-born Australian actor and comedian
  • Jimilian (born 1994), Albanian-Danish singer
  • Jin (born 1982), Chinese American rapper
  • Jippu (born 1985), Finnish pop singer
  • Jiro (born 1972), Japanese musician
  • Jishnu (1979–2016), Indian actor
  • Jisoo (born 1995), South Korean singer
  • Jlin (born 1987), American electronic musician
  • Jobriath (1946–1983), American glam rock singer
  • Jøden (born 1974), Danish rapper
  • Joe (born 1973), American singer, songwriter and record producer
  • Joeystarr (born 1967), French rapper
  • Johnson (born 1979), Danish rapper
  • JoJo (born 1990), American pop/R&B singer and actress
  • JoJo (born 1994), American ring announcer, valet, professional wrestler and singer
  • Joker (born 1983), American wrestler
  • Jokeren (born 1973), Danish rapper and hip hop artist
  • Jolens (born 1978), Filipino actress, recording artist, and television host
  • Jomol (born 1982), Indian actress
  • Jonell, American singer
  • Jonesmann, German rapper
  • Jónsi (born 1975), Icelandic musician
  • Jont (born 1973), British singer-songwriter
  • Jorane (born 1975), Canadian singer and cellist
  • Jordan (born 1955), English model and actress
  • Jordan (born 1978), English model
  • Jordy (born 1988), French singer and musician
  • Joselito (born 1943), Spanish singer and actor
  • Joselo (1936–2013), Venezuelan actor and comedian
  • Josenid (born 1998), Panamanian singer
  • Joshiy, Indian film director
  • Jovanotti (born 1966), Italian singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Joya (born 1978), American singer
  • Joyce (born 1948), Brazilian singer and composer
  • J-Son (born 1985), Brazilian-Swedish singer
  • Juanes (born 1972), Colombian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Juanito, French singer
  • Jude (born 1969), American singer-songwriter
  • Juju, Japanese singer
  • Juju, Finnish rapper
  • Jujubee (born 1984), American performer and TV personality
  • Juka (born 1981), Japanese singer
  • Jul, French rapper hip hop artist
  • Juliette (born 1926), Canadian singer and TV hostess
  • Jullie (born 1988), Brazilian singer-songwriter, model, actress and presenter
  • Julyo (born 1978), Italian guitarist, songwriter, producer and DJ
  • Jun (born 1983), Japanese visual kei rock musician and singer-songwriter
  • Junjun (born 1988), Chinese-Japanese singer
  • Juvelen (born 1976), Swedish electro-pop singer
  • Juvenile (born 1975), American rapper
  • Jyongri (born 1988), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter

K[edit]

  • Kafani (born 1981), American rapper
  • Kahi (born 1982), South Korean singer-songwriter, dancer and choreographer
  • Kai (born 1994), South Korean dancer, singer, actor and model
  • Kaitlyn (born 1986), American entrepreneur, bodybuilder, model, and professional wrestler
  • Kajjanbai (aka "Miss Kajjan"; 1915–1945), Indian singer and actress
  • Kajol (aka Kajol Devgan; born 1974), Indian actress
  • Kakko (born 1969), Japanese actress, TV presenter and singer
  • Kalaranjini (born 1962), Indian actor
  • Kalimba (born 1982), Mexican singer and actor
  • Kaliopi (born 1966), Macedonian singer-songwriter
  • Kalisto (born 1986), Mexican-American professional wrestler
  • Kalomoira (born 1985), Greek-American singer
  • Kalpana (1943–1979), Indian actress
  • Kalpana (1946–2012), Indian actress
  • Kalpana (born 1965), Indian actress
  • Kamahl (born 1934), Australian singer
  • Kamala (born 1950), American wrestler
  • Kamaliya (born 1977), Ukrainian musical performer, actress and model
  • Kambi (born 1961), Swaziland-born Canadian rapper
  • Kamelia (born 1971), Bulgarian singer
  • Kam-Hill (1856 to 1935), French cabaret performer and singer
  • Kamini (born 1979), French rapper
  • Kana (born 1977), Finnish female rap musician
  • Kanaka, Indian actress
  • Kanchana (born 1939), Indian film actress
  • Kandi (born 1976), American singer-songwriter
  • Kane (born 1967), American wrestler and actor
  • Kangta (born 1979), South Korean singer
  • Kano (born 1985), British rapper
  • Kanon (born 1980), Japanese singer-songwriter and producer
  • Karan, Indian actor
  • Karandash (1901–1983), Soviet clown
  • Karina (born 1943), Spanish singer
  • Karina (born 1968), Venezuelan singer-songwriter and actress
  • Karolina, Israeli singer-songwriter
  • Karpaga, Indian transsexual actress
  • Karthik (born 1980), Indian singer
  • Karunas (born 1970), Indian actor
  • Karylle (born 1981), Filipina singer
  • Kashinath (1951–2018), Indian actor, director, and filmmaker
  • Kassia, Byzantine composer
  • Kasthuri (born 1974), Indian actress and TV anchor
  • Kathleen, Canadian singer
  • Katman, Greek singer and TV personality
  • Kato Kato (born 1981), Danish DJ
  • Katsuni (born 1979), French pornographic actress
  • Kausalya (born 1978), Indian actress
  • Kavana (born 1977), English singer and actor
  • Kaveri, Indian actress
  • Kayah (born 1967), Polish singer-songwriter
  • Kayahan (born 1949), singer-songwriter and musician
  • Kayamar (born 1985), Hungarian singer, jazz and classical composer
  • Kaysha (born 1974), Congolese-born French rapper
  • Kaytranada (born 1992), Haitian-Canadian electronic musician
  • Kaze, American rapper
  • Kazzer (born 1977), Canadian musician and TV personality
  • K-Ci & JoJo (born 1969 & 1971, respectively), American R&B & soul duo
  • Kefee (1980–2014), Nigerian female gospel singer and composer
  • Keisha (born 1966), American pornographic actress
  • Keith (born 1949), American singer
  • Kehlani (born 1995), American singer
  • Kelis (born 1979), American singer, songwriter and chef
  • Kellee (born 1968), American electronica-house artist
  • Kem (born 1969), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Ken (born 1968), Japanese guitarist
  • Ken (born 1979), Swedish rap artist
  • Kenna (born 1978), Ethiopian-American musician
  • Kennedy (born 1972), American political satirist, radio personality, and former MTV VJ
  • Kerli, (born 1987), Estonian pop singer
  • Kesha (aka Ke$ha; born 1987), American recording artist
  • Key (born 1991), South Korean singer, dancer, rapper, actor, recording artist, promotional model, radio host and MC
  • Khaled (born 1960), Algerian musician
  • Khalid (born 1998), American singer
  • Khéops (born 1966), French DJ
  • Khia (born 1977), American rapper, songwriter and producer
  • Khosrovidukht, Armenian composer
  • Khotan (born 1973), Mexican actor
  • Khrysis, American hip hop producer
  • Khujo (aka Khujo Goodie)
  • Kiara (born 1963), Venezuelan singer, actress and TV presenter
  • Kidd (born 1996), American rapper
  • Kidd (sometimes stylized as KIDD; born 1989), Danish-Scottish rapper and hip hop artist
  • Kiesza (born 1989), Canadian singer, instrumentalist
  • Kiki (1901–1953), French artists' model, nightclub singer, actress, and painter
  • Killjoy (1969–2018), American musician; lead vocalist for the death metal band Necrophagia
  • Kimbra (born 1990), New Zealand singer
  • Kimera (born 1954), South Korean singer
  • Kimeru (born 1980), Japanese musician, singer and actor
  • Kina (born 1969), American musician
  • Kipper, British musician
  • Kira (born 1977), Belgian singer and model
  • Kira (born 1978), German singer-songwriter
  • Kirito, Japanese singer
  • Kirka (1950–2007), Finnish musician
  • Kish,
  • Kishore, Indian actor
  • Kissey (born 1982), singer, songwriter, producer and performer
  • Kitarō (born 1953), Japanese New Age musician
  • Kitkat (born 1984), Filipino singer, actress and comedian
  • Kiyoharu (born 1968), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Kizzy (born 1979), Dutch actress, singer-songwriter and TV personality
  • Klaha, Japanese singer
  • Klashnekoff, British rapper
  • Klayton (born 1970), American musician and record producer
  • K'Maro (born ), Lebanese-Canadian rapper
  • K'naan (born 1978), Somali-Canadian poet, rapper, and musician
  • Knobody, American record producer
  • Knox (born 1945), British singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Kohndo (born 1975), French rapper and producer
  • Kokane (born 1969), American rapper and singer
  • Kokia (born 1976), Japanese singer-songwriter and producer
  • Kollegah (born 1984), German rapper
  • Konnan (born 1964), Cuban wrestler and rapper
  • Konnor (born 1980), American professional wrestler
  • k-os (born 1972), Canadian rapper, singer, producer
  • Kotoko (born 1980), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Koushik, Canadian musician
  • Kovas (born 1984), American songwriter, record producer and recording artist
  • Koxie (born 1977), French singer of Tunisian origin
  • Koyuki (born 1976), Japanese model and actress
  • Közi (born 1972), Japanese musician
  • Kramer, American musician and record producer
  • Krazy, American rapper
  • Kraus, New Zealand musician and composer
  • Kreayshawn (born 1989), American rapper
  • Kreskin (born 1935), American magician
  • Kreva (born 1976), Japanese hip hop MC and producer
  • Kris (born 1990), Canadian-Chinese singer and actor
  • Krisdayanti (born 1975), Indonesian singer and actress
  • Krishna (born 1943), Indian actor
  • Krishnaveni (born 1924), Indian actress, singer and producer
  • Kristina (born 1987), Slovak singer
  • Krohme (born 1980), American hip hop MC and producer
  • Kshetrayya (1600–1680), Indian composer
  • KSI, British YouTube personality, amateur boxer, comedian and actor
  • Kujira (born 1961), Japanese voice actress
  • Kūkahi (born 1999), Hawaiian singer-songwriter
  • Kumar (born 1984), Cuban rapper
  • Kunchacko (1912–1984), Indian producer and director
  • Kurious (aka Kurious Jorge), American hip hop artist
  • Kuroneko, Japanese singer
  • Kurupt (born 1972), American rapper
  • Kwes (born 1987), English record producer, songwriter and musician
  • Kyla (born 1981), Filipino R&B singer-songwriter and occasional actress
  • Kylie (born 1968), Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue
  • Kylee (born 1994), Japanese singer
  • Kyo (born 1976), Japanese singer-songwriter and producer
  • Kyper, American rapper
  • Kyuhyun (born 1988), South Korean singer, dancer, actor and model

L[edit]

  • L (born 1992), South Korean singer and actor
  • Lââm (born 1971), French singer
  • Laava (born 1983), Brazilian singer
  • Labrinth (born 1989), English singer-songwriter and producer
  • Lacey (born 1983), American wrestler
  • Lach, American musician and songwriter
  • LaChanze (born 1961), American actress, singer, and dancer
  • Lachi, American visually impaired musician
  • Ladyhawke (born 1979), New Zealand singer-songwriter and musician
  • Lagbaja, Nigerian Afrobeat musician, singer and songwriter
  • Lahannya, British singer-songwriter, performer and DJ
  • Lakshmi (born 1952), Indian actress
  • Lal (born 1958), Indian director and actor
  • Lalaine (born 1987), American actress
  • Laleh (born 1982), Iranian-born Swedish singer-songwriter
  • L'Algérino (born 1981), French rapper of Algerian descent
  • Lana (born 1985), American wrestler
  • Laraaji (born 1943), American musician
  • Larusso (born 1979), French singer
  • Lasairfhíona, Irish singer-songwriter
  • Late, British rapper
  • Lateef (born 1974), American hip hop artist
  • Latifa (born 1968), Tunisian singer
  • Latino (born 1973), Brazilian singer
  • Lay (born 1991), Chinese singer
  • Laya, Indian actress and dancer
  • Lazee (born 1985), Swedish rapper
  • LE (born 1991), South Korean rapper, songwriter and composer
  • Lebleba (born 1945), Egyptian Armenian film actress and entertainer
  • Lecca, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Lecrae (born 1980), American Christian rapper
  • Leeteuk (born 1983), South Korean singer, presenter and occasional actor
  • Lehri (1929–2012), Pakistani actor and comedian
  • Leif (born 1989), American rapper
  • Lekain (1728–1778), French actor
  • Leki (born 1978), Congolese-Belgian R&B artist
  • Lele (1986–2010), Puerto Rican rapper
  • Lemar (born 1978), English singer-songwriter
  • Lemmy (1945–2015), English musician, bass guitarist, and singer-songwriter
  • Lena (born 1991), German singer-songwriter
  • Lena, Indian film actress
  • Lenine (born 1959), Brazilian singer-songwriter
  • Lenka (born 1978), Australian TV actress, musician and singer-songwriter
  • Leon (born 1962), American actor and singer
  • Leon (born 1969), German singer
  • Léonce (1823–1900), French comic actor and singer
  • Léonin (d. 1201), French composer
  • Leslie (born 1985), French singer
  • Lexy (born 1979), Korean singer and rapper
  • Leyona (born 1977), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Lia, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Life, British rapper
  • Ligalize (born 1977), Russian hip hop artist
  • Lights (born 1987), Canadian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Lilimar (born 2000), Venezuelan actress
  • Limahl (born 1958), British singer
  • Limenius, Athenian musician and composer
  • Lina, American singer-songwriter
  • Linda (born 1977), Russian singer-songwriter
  • Lio (born 1962), Portuguese-born Belgian singer and actress
  • Lior (born 1976), Israeli-born Australian singer-songwriter
  • Liroy (born 1971), Polish rapper
  • Lisa (born 1974), Japanese-Colombian singer and producer
  • Lisa (born 1997), French dancer, actress and singer
  • Lissette (born 1949), Peruvian-born Cuban singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Lita (born 1975), American singer and professional wrestler
  • Livingston, Indian actor
  • Lizy (born 1967), Indian actress
  • Lobão (born 1957), Brazilian singer-songwriter and TV host
  • Lobo (born 1943), American singer-songwriter
  • Lobo (born 1975), American wrestler
  • L.O.C. (born 1979), Danish rapper
  • Logic (born 1990), American rapper and singer
  • Lola (born 1981), French-born American singer-songwriter
  • Lole y Manuel (1954)/1948–2015), Spanish Romani flamenco artists
  • Lolita (1931–2010), Austrian singer
  • Lolita (1950–1986), Italian singer
  • Lolly (born 1977), British singer, TV presenter and actress
  • Lonyo, British producer and MC
  • Loona (born 1974), Dutch singer-songwriter and dancer
  • Loquillo (born 1961), Spanish singer
  • Lora (born 1982), Romanian singer
  • Lorde (born 1996), New Zealand singer-songwriter and record producer
  • Loredana (1924 - 2016), Italian actress
  • Loreen (born 1983), Swedish singer and music producer
  • Lorena (born 1986), Spanish singer
  • Lorie (born 1982), French singer-songwriter and actress
  • Loriot (born 1923), German humorist, film director and actor
  • Lorna (born 1983), Panamanian rapper and reggaeton artist
  • Lou (born 1963), German singer
  • Louiselle (born 1946), Italian singer
  • Louison (1668-after 1692), French operatic soprano and celebrity
  • Lovefoxxx (born 1984), Brazilian singer
  • Lovefreekz, British producer and remixer
  • Lowkey (born 1981), American rapper and producer
  • Lowkey (born 1986), British musician, poet and playwright
  • Luba (born 1958), Canadian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Luce (born 1990), French singer-songwriter
  • Lucenzo (born 1983), Portuguese-French singer-songwriter, and producer
  • Lucero (born 1969), Mexican singer and actress, formerly known as Lucerito
  • Lucía (born 1964), Spanish singer
  • Luciano (born 1964), Jamaican singer-songwriter
  • Lucrecia, Spanish-Cuban singer
  • Ludacris (born 1977), American rapper
  • Luenell (born 1959), American comedian and actress
  • Luhan (born 1990), Chinese singer and actor
  • Luka (born 1979), Brazilian singer and songwriter
  • Lula (born 1973), German singer and songwriter
  • Lulu (born 1948), Scottish singer-songwriter and actress
  • Lumidee (born 1984), American singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Lunna (born 1960), Puerto Rican singer
  • Lura (born 1975), Portuguese singer and musician
  • Lydia (born 1980), Spanish singer
  • Lyn (born 1981), South Korean singer
  • Lyrian (born 1985), Italian-born Japanese singer
  • Lyrik, Israeli music producer, dancer and singer

M[edit]

  • -M- (born 1971), French musician guitarist
  • MAA, previously known as Mar, Japanese singer-songwriter, former television host and model
  • Mac (born 1977), American rapper
  • Macklemore (born 1983), American singer, rapper and musician
  • Machito (1908?–1984), Cuban jazz musician
  • Macromantics (born 1980), Australian hip hop artist
  • Madhavi (born 1962), Indian actress
  • Madhoo (born 1972), Indian actress
  • Madhu (born 1933), Indian actor
  • Madhubala (1933–1969), Indian actress
  • Madhumitha (born 1981), Indian actress
  • Madhushree (born 1969), Indian singer
  • Madison, Canadian wrestler
  • Madita (born 1978), Austrian singer and actress
  • Madlib (born 1973), American DJ, musician, rapper and producer
  • Madonna (born 1958), American entertainer
  • Madusa (born 1964), American female wrestler and monster truck driver
  • Maestro (born 1980), American producer, singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Maggot, British rapper
  • Magic (born 1968), American rapper
  • Magik (1978–2000), Polish rapper
  • Magnet (born 1970), Norwegian singer-songwriter
  • Magno (born 1984), Mexican wrestler
  • Magoo (born 1973), American rapper
  • Mahadevan (born 1961), Indian actor
  • Mahasti (1946–2007), Iranian singer
  • Mahendran, Indian actor
  • Mahlathini (1938–1999), South African singer
  • Maía (born 1982), Colombian singer-songwriter
  • Maïwenn (born 1976), French actress and film director
  • Maiysha (born 1978), American singer-songwriter and model
  • Majdala, Lebanese singer
  • Majid, Danish rapper of Moroccan-Berber origin
  • Makano (born 1983), Panamanian singer
  • Makaveli (1971–1996), American rapper better known under the stage name 2Pac
  • Mākii (born 1987), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Mako (1933–2006), Japanese American actor
  • MAKO (born 1986), Japanese female band member
  • MakSim (born 1983), Russian female singer
  • Mala (born 1939), Pakistani singer
  • Malaika, American singer
  • Malavika (born 1979), Indian actress
  • Mallika, Indian actress
  • Malú (born 1982), Spanish singer
  • Mammootty (born 1951), Indian actor
  • Mamukkoya (born 1946), Indian comedian actor
  • Mana, Japanese musician and fashion icon
  • Manafest (born 1981), Canadian rapper
  • Mandakini (born 1969), Indian actress
  • Mandaryna (born 1978), Polish singer, dancer and actress
  • Mandingo (born 1975), American pornographic actor
  • Mandisa (born 1976), American singer
  • Mando (born 1966), Greek singer-songwriter
  • Mango (1954–2014), Italian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Maniaco (born 1966), Mexican wrestler
  • Manikuttan, Indian actor
  • Manivannan, Indian actor and director
  • Manjula (1951–1986), Indian actress
  • Mankind (born 1965), American wrestler, actor and comedian
  • Mano (born 1965), Indian singer
  • Manobala (born 1960), Indian director and comedian actor
  • Manorama (born 1943), Indian actress
  • Manoush (born 1971), Dutch actress and singer-songwriter
  • Manskee (born 1978), Filipino-American musician
  • Mansour (born 1971), Iranian singer, composer and actor
  • Mantas (born 1961), English heavy metal guitarist
  • Mantra, Indian actress
  • Manya, Indian actress
  • Maradja, French singer, songwriter and music producer
  • Marce (born 1974), Colombian singer-songwriter
  • Marcela (born 1971), Mexican professional wrestler
  • Marčelo (born 1983), Serbian hip-hop artist and lyricist
  • Marcha (born 1956), Dutch singer and TV presenter
  • Mareko (born 1981), New Zealander rapper
  • Margo (1917–1985), Mexican-American actress
  • Margo (born 1951), Irish singer
  • marhy, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Mari, American soprano vocalist
  • Maria, Danish singer and songwriter
  • Maria (born 1982), Bulgarian pop-folk singer
  • Maria (born 1987), Japanese singer and actress
  • Mariama (born 1986), Sierra Leone-born German singer-songwriter
  • Maribelle (born 1960), Dutch singer
  • Marilou (born 1990), Canadian singer
  • Marilyn (born 1962), English singer-songwriter and entertainer
  • Marinella (born 1983), Greek singer
  • Mario (born 1810), Italian operatic tenor
  • Mario (born 1986), American R&B singer
  • Mario (1810–1883), Italian operatic tenor
  • Marisela (born 1966), American-Mexican singer
  • Mariska (born 1979), Finnish rapper
  • Marisol (born 1948), Spanish singer and actress
  • Mariza (born 1973), Portuguese singer
  • Marjo (born 1953), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Markoolio (born 1975), Swedish-Finnish entertainer
  • Marlayne (born 1971), Dutch singer and presenter
  • Marracash (born 1979), Italian rapper
  • Mars (born 1954), Hong Kong actor, action director and stuntman
  • Mars (born 1980), American rapper
  • Martika (born 1969), American singer-songwriter and actress
  • Martirio (born 1958), Spanish singer
  • Marwa, Lebanese music artist
  • Marwan, Danish-Palestinian rapper
  • Maryon (born 1987), French singer
  • Maryse (born 1983), French Canadian actress, businesswoman, glamour model, professional wrestling manager, and former professional wrestler
  • Marz, American rapper
  • Marzieh (1924–2010), Persian traditional singer
  • Masada, American wrestler
  • Mase (aka Ma$e; born 1975), American rapper, songwriter and minister
  • Mashonda (born 1981), American singer
  • Maskiri, Zimbabwean rapper
  • Massari (born 1980), Lebanese Canadian R&B singer
  • Massiel (born 1947), Spanish singer
  • Massiv (born 1982), German rapper
  • Matisyahu (born 1979), American musician
  • Maurane (born 1960), Belgian singer
  • Mavado (born 1981), Jamaican musician and DJ
  • Max (born 1988), South Korean singer-songwriter and occasional actor
  • Max (born 1992), American singer, songwriter, actor, dancer and model
  • Maxi (born 1950), Irish DJ, actress and singer
  • Maximo (born 1980), Mexican wrestler
  • Maxwell (born 1973), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • May (born 1982), South Korean singer-songwriter
  • Maya (born 1975), South Korean singer
  • Maylaffayza (born 1976), Indonesian violinist and singer
  • Mayoori (d. 2005), Indian actress
  • Maysa (1936–1977), Brazilian bossa nova singer
  • Maysa (born 1966), American jazz singer
  • Mcenroe, Canadian hip hop musician
  • McG (born 1970), American film producer and director
  • Mdot, American rapper and actor
  • Medina (born 1982), Danish singer-songwriter
  • Médine, French rapper
  • Meechie, American singer
  • MeeK, (born 1971), Franco-English singer songwriter
  • Meena, Indian film actress
  • Meenakshi, Indian actress
  • Meera (born 1976), Pakistani actress
  • Meg (born 1980), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Megas (born 1945), Icelandic singer-songwriter
  • Mehmood (1932–2004), Indian actor, director and producer
  • Mehnaz (born 1958), Pakistani singer
  • Meiko (born 1982), American singer-songwriter
  • Meja (born 1969), Swedish composer and singer
  • Melanie (born 1947), American singer-songwriter
  • Melissa (born 1982), Lebanese singer
  • Mell, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Melody (born 1977), Belgian singer
  • Melody (born 1982), Japanese singer and TV hostess
  • Melody (born 1990), Spanish singer
  • Menaka, Indian actress
  • Ménélik (born 1970), French rapper
  • Menny (born 1983), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Mephisto (born 1968), Mexican wrestler
  • Mercedes (born 1978), American rapper and singer
  • Merche (born 1974), Spanish singer
  • Merton, American musician and personality
  • Merz, English musician and singer-songwriter
  • Metis (born 1984), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Metro (born 1983), Mexican wrestler
  • Micachu (born 1987), English singer-songwriter and producer
  • Michal (born 1983), Polish singer
  • Michele (born 1942), Italian singer
  • Michelle (born 1972), German singer
  • Michel'le (born 1970), American singer-songwriter
  • Micky (born 1943), Spanish singer
  • Micky (born 1986), South Korean singer-songwriter and occasional actor
  • Mictlán (born 1982), Mexican wrestler
  • Midori (born 1968), American pornographic actress
  • Mietta (born 1969), Italian singer and actress
  • Miguel (born 1985), American recording artist, songwriter and producer
  • Miguelito (born 1999), Puerto Rican reggaeton artist
  • Mika (born 1983), British singer
  • Mikaila (born 1986), American singer
  • Mikeyla, Swedish singer
  • Milan (1941–1971), Serbian-American musician
  • Millie (born 1946), Jamaican singer-songwriter
  • Milow (born 1981), Belgian singer-songwriter
  • Milva (born 1939), Italian singer, actress and TV personality
  • Mim, British singer
  • Mimi, American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey
  • Mina (born 1940), Italian singer
  • Mina (born 1993), German singer
  • Minette (1767–1789), Haitian actress, singer and dancer
  • Mink (born 1984), South Korean-born Japanese singer
  • Minmi (born 1974), Japanese musician, singer-songwriter and producer
  • Minmini (born 1970), Indian singer
  • Mirah (born 1974), American musician
  • Mireille (1906–1996), French singer-songwriter and actress
  • Mirela (born 1990), Spanish singer
  • Miria, American singer-songwriter
  • Miriam (born circa 1981), Mexican pre-operative transsexual
  • Mirusia (born 1985), Australian soprano
  • Misha (born 1975), Slovak singer
  • Mísia (born 1955), Portuguese singer
  • Misia (born 1978), Japanese singer-songwriter and musician
  • misono (born 1984), Japanese singer
  • Missy (1967–2008), American pornographic actress
  • Misterioso (born 1966), Mexican-American wrestler
  • Místico (born 1982), Mexican wrestler
  • Mistinguett (1875–1956), French singer
  • Mitsou (born 1970), Canadian pop singer
  • Miúcha (born 1937), Brazilian singer and composer
  • Miwa (born 1990), Japanese singer-songwriter, musician and radio DJ
  • Miyavi (born 1981), Japanese entertainer
  • Miz (born 1981), Japanese singer
  • Mizchif (born 1976), Zimbabwean-born South African rapper
  • (born 1988), Danish singer, songwriter and record producer
  • Moana (born 1961), New Zealand singer-songwriter and documentary maker
  • Moby (born 1965), American musician
  • Mocky (born 1974), Canadian musician, producer, songwriter and performer
  • Moddi, Norwegian musician
  • Mogol (born 1936), Italian music lyricist
  • Mohan (born 1956), Indian actor
  • Mohanlal (born 1960), Indian Malayalam actor, singer, and producer
  • Mohini, Indian actor
  • Mohombi (born 1986), Swedish-Congolese R&B singer, songwriter
  • Mokobé (born 1976), French-Malian rapper
  • Mokona (born 1968), Japanese manga artist
  • Molière (1622–1673), French playwright and actor
  • Momo (born 1974), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Momus (born 1960), Scottish singer-songwriter
  • Monguito (d. 2006), Cuban singer
  • Monica (born 1980), American singer-songwriter and actress
  • Monica (born 1987), Indian actress
  • Monice (born 1989), Bosnian-born Austrian singer
  • Monifah (born 1972), American singer-songwriter
  • Mo'Nique (born 1967), American comedian and actress
  • Monisha (1971–1992), Indian actress
  • Montéhus (1872–1952), French singer-songwriter
  • Montrouge (died 1903), a comic actor in French musical theatre
  • Moomin (born 1972), Japanese reggae artist
  • Moony (born 1980), Italian musician
  • Moos (born 1974), French singer
  • Morena (born 1984), Maltese singer
  • Morgane (born 1975), Belgian singer
  • Morlacchi (born 1846), Italian dancer and actor
  • Moroccoblu (born 1979), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Morris (born 1976), Romanian singer and DJ
  • Motilal (1910–1965), Indian actor
  • MoZella (born 1981), singer-songwriter
  • Mozez, Jamaican-born English singer-songwriter
  • Mugihito (born 1944), Japanese voice actor
  • Mugison (born 1976), Icelandic musician
  • Muhin, Bangladeshi singer
  • Muhsinah (born 1983), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Mukesh (1923–1976), Indian singer
  • Mukesh (born 1957), Indian actor and producer
  • Muki (born 1975), Israeli singer-songwriter, musician and rapper
  • Mukkamala (1920–1987), Indian actor
  • Mumtaj (born 1980), Indian actress
  • Mumtaz (born 1947), Indian actress
  • Muna, Nigerian hip hop artist and model
  • Mundy (born 1976), Irish singer-songwriter
  • Murali (1954–2009), Indian actor and author
  • Murali (1964–2010), Indian actor
  • Murcof (born 1970), Mexican musician and record producer
  • Muscles, Australian electronica musician
  • Musidora (1889–1957), French actress
  • Muska (born 1952), Finnish singer
  • Mussum (1941–1994), Brazilian actor and musician
  • Mýa (born 1979), American singer
  • Myco (born 1979), Japanese singer, voice actress and radio personality
  • Mynavathi (1935–2012), Indian actress
  • Mystic, American hip hop artist
  • Mystikal (born 1970), American rapper
  • Myztiko (born 1988), Canadian reggaeton producer

N[edit]

  • Naama (born 1934), Tunisian singer
  • Nabiha, Danish singer-songwriter and actress
  • Nada (born 1953), Italian singer
  • Nadeem (born 1941), Indian-born Pakistani actor
  • Nadhiya (born 1966), Indian actress
  • Nádine (born 1982), South African singer
  • Nâdiya (born 1973), French singer
  • Nagesh (1933–2009), Indian comedian and actor
  • Nagma (born 1974), Indian actress
  • Najee (born 1957), American jazz saxophonist and flautist
  • Najim (born 1985), Algerian/French raï singer
  • Chef Nakul Dev (born 1994), owner and chef at Cakerue
  • Nakul (born 1984), Indian actor and singer
  • Naldo, Puerto Rican singer-songwriter and producer
  • Naledge (born 1983), American rapper
  • Namitha (born 1980), Indian actress
  • Nana (born 1968), Ghanaian-born German rapper
  • Nana (born 1983), Malaysian DJ, singer and actress
  • Nanao (born 1988), Japanese model and actress
  • Nanda (born 1939), Indian actress
  • Nanditha (born 1978), Indian singer
  • Naomi (born 1987), American professional wrestler, actress, model, dancer, and singer
  • Napoleon (born 1963), Indian actor
  • Napoleon (born 1977), American rapper and motivational speaker
  • Narain (born 1979), Indian actor
  • Naresh (born 1960), Indian film actor, politician, and social activist
  • Nargis (1929–1981), Indian actress
  • Nargis (born 1976), Pakistani actress
  • Narsha (born 1981), South Korean singer and dancer
  • Nas (born 1973), American rapper
  • Nashad (1923–1981), Pakistani-Indian composer and music producer
  • Nasri (born 1981), Canadian singer, songwriter and music producer
  • Nassar (born 1958), Indian actor, producer, director, lyricist and singer
  • Natalia (born 1982), Spanish singer
  • Natalia (born 1983), Greek singer
  • Natalie (born 1979), American singer-songwriter
  • Natalise (born 1985), American singer-songwriter
  • Natalya (born 1982), Canadian female wrestler
  • Natasha (born 1988), American singer and model
  • Natassha (born 1981), Indian model and actress
  • Nature (born 1972), American rapper
  • Naushad (1919–2006), Indian musician and music director
  • Navdeep (born 1980), Indian actor
  • Nawal, Comorian musician
  • Nayantara (born 1984), Indian actress
  • Nayobe (born 1968), American singer
  • Necro (born 1976), American rapper, producer, actor and director
  • Necrobutcher (born 1968), Norwegian musician
  • Needlz, American hip hop producer and composer
  • Neeli (born 1966), Pakistani actress
  • Neja (born 1972), Italian singer
  • Nek (born 1972), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Nelly (born 1974), American rapper
  • Nelly (born 1949), Egyptian actress, singer, comedian, television personality
  • Nely (born 1987), Puerto Rican reggaeton producer
  • Nena (born 1960), German singer and actress
  • Nerdkween, American singer-songwriter
  • Nesli (born 1980), Italian rapper and producer
  • Nesty (born 1973), Puerto Rican reggaeton producer
  • Nevaeh (born 1986), American wrestler
  • Neville (born 1986), English wrestler
  • Newkid (born 1990), Swedish-Filipino rapper
  • Neymar (born 1992), Brazilian footballer
  • Ngaire, New Zealand singer
  • Niarn (born 1979), Danish rapper
  • Nichkhun (born 1988), American/Thai K-pop singer
  • Nickelz (born 1981), American hip-hop artist
  • Nicki (born 1966), German singer and composer
  • Nico (1938–1988), German model and singer-songwriter
  • Nico (born 1970), Romanian singer
  • Nicolay, Dutch hip hop musician
  • Nicole (born 1964), German singer
  • Nicole (born 1977), Chilean singer
  • Nicoletta (born 1944), French singer
  • Nicolette, British singer-songwriter
  • Niello, Swedish rapper and electronic hip hop artist
  • Nikki, Japanese-born American musician
  • Nikki (born 1985), Malaysian singer
  • Niklas (born 1983), Danish singer songwriter
  • Nimmi (born 1933), Indian actress
  • Nina (born 1966), Spanish singer and actress
  • Nine (born 1969), American rapper
  • Ninezero, Australian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Ninja, English rapper
  • Nino (born 1981), Greek singer-songwriter and musician
  • Nirala (d. 1985), Pakistani comedian
  • Nitro, Mexican wrestler
  • Nitti, American record producer
  • Nitty (born 1977), American rapper
  • Nivea (born 1982), American singer and songwriter
  • Nneka (born 1980), Nigerian-German singer and songwriter
  • Noa (born 1969), Israeli singer
  • Nodesha (born 1985), American singer
  • Noel, Puerto Rican singer
  • Noelia (born 1977), Puerto Rican singer-songwriter
  • Noemi (born 1982), Italian singer
  • Nokko (born 1963), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Nonchalant (born 1973), American singer, rapper and songwriter
  • Noodles (born 1963), American guitarist
  • Noor (born 1982), Pakistani actress and model
  • Nornagest (born 1977), Belgian singer and musician
  • Nour (born 1977), Lebanese actress
  • Nourhanne (born 1977), Lebanese singer
  • Novel (born 1981), American hip hop artist
  • Noztra (born 1982), Dominican-born American musician
  • Nucha (born 1966), Portuguese singer
  • Nujabes, Japanese hip hop producer and DJ
  • Nump, Filipino-American rapper
  • Numskull (born 1975), American rapper
  • Nutan (1936–1991), Indian actress
  • Nygma (born 1974), Mexican wrestler

O[edit]

  • Oceana (born 1982), German singer
  • Octagón (born 1961), Mexican wrestler
  • Octagóncito (born 1973), Mexican wrestler
  • Octahvia, American singer
  • Odetta (1930–2008), American singer-songwriter, actress, guitarist, and civil/human rights activist
  • Offset (born 1991), American rapper
  • Oforia (born 1971), Israeli electronic music artist and music producer
  • Ogeday (born 1981), Turkish rap singer
  • Ola (born 1986), Swedish singer
  • Olamide (born 1989), Nigerian hip-hop artist
  • Olímpico (born 1965), Mexican wrestler
  • Oliver (1945–2000), American singer
  • Olivia (born 1979), Japanese American singer-songwriter
  • Olivia (born 1980), American singer
  • Olunike (born 1977), Canadian actress
  • Omarion (born 1984), American singer-songwriter, actor, dancer and producer
  • Omnionn, Salvadoran music producer
  • Oneya (born 1979), Serbian hip hop producer
  • Onew (born 1989), singer, dancer, lyricist, presenter, radio host, MC and promotional model
  • Onyx, American wrestler
  • Opaque (born 1976), Norwegian rapper
  • Orelsan (born 1982), French hip hop and rap artist
  • Oreste (1923–1998), Maltese actor-singer, popular in "The Vagabond King"
  • Orianthi (born 1985), Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Origa (born 1970), Russian Japanese singer
  • Oscarito (1906–1970), Brazilian actor and comedian
  • Osez, Swiss rapper and dancer
  • Outasight (born 1983), American singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Outsider (born 1983), South Korean rapper
  • Ovidie, French director, producer and pornographic actress

P[edit]

  • Pacifico (born 1964), Italian singer-songwriter and composer
  • Padmini (1932–2006), Indian actress
  • Paige (born 1992), English wrestler
  • Palito (1934–2010), Filipino actor
  • Pampidoo, Jamaican musician, songwriter and DJ
  • Panaiotis, American vocalist and composer
  • Pandora (born 1970), Swedish eurodance artist
  • Panti (born 1968), Irish performer
  • Paperboy (born 1969), American rapper
  • Papoose (born 1978), American rapper
  • Paradime (born 1974), American hip hop singer and musician
  • Parajanov (1924–1990), Soviet Armenian film director
  • Paraluman (1923–2009), Filipino actress
  • Paris (born 1967), American hip hop artist
  • Parisa (born 1950), Iranian singer and musician
  • PartyNextDoor (born 1993), Canadian rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer
  • Passenger (born 1984), British singer-songwriter and indie pop/folk/rock singer
  • Passi (born 1972), French hip hop artist
  • Pasupathy (born 1968), Indian actor
  • Pata (born 1965), Japanese musician and songwriter
  • Patachou (born 1918), French singer
  • Patra (born 1972), Jamaican singer
  • Patrizia, Italian-born Canadian singer
  • Pauline (born 1988), French singer-songwriter
  • Paulini (born 1982), Fijian-born Australian singer-songwriter and actress
  • Peaches (born 1968), Canadian musician
  • Pebbles (born 1964), American singer, songwriter and producer
  • Pegasso (born 1978), Mexican wrestler
  • Peirol, French composer
  • Peja (born 1976), Polish rap musician, songwriter and producer
  • Pelé (born 1940), Brazilian footballer, occasional actor and singer-songwriter
  • Perarasu, Indian director
  • Perdigon, French composer
  • Peret (born 1935), Spanish singer, musician and composer
  • Perfect (born 1980), Jamaican singer
  • Perla (born 1952), Paraguayan-Brazilian singer
  • Perlla (born 1988), Brazilian singer
  • Pérotin, European composer
  • Pest (born 1975), Norwegian black metal vocalist
  • Peter (born 1952), Japanese singer, dancer and actor
  • PewDiePie (born 1989), Swedish web-based comedian and producer
  • Pharrell (born 1973), American rapper, singer-songwriter, and record producer
  • Phew (born 1959), Japanese singer
  • Philomina (1926–2006), Indian actress
  • Photek (born 1972), British disc jockey and record producer
  • Phranc (born 1952), American singer-songwriter
  • Phyno (born 1986), Nigerian rapper and record producer
  • Pianoman, British dance music producer
  • Pierrothito (born 1967), Mexican wrestler
  • Pikotaro, Japanese entertainer and comedian
  • Pinchers (born 1965), Jamaican singer
  • Pink (born 1979), American singer-songwriter
  • Piotta (born 1973), Italian hip hop musician
  • Pitbull (born 1981), American rapper
  • Pitof (born 1957), French film director
  • Pitty (born 1977), Brazilian singer
  • Pixinguinha (1897–1973), Brazilian composer and musician
  • Plavka (born 1968), British-American singer
  • Playalitical (born 1982), American rapper
  • Plies (born 1976), American rapper
  • Pliers (born 1963), Jamaican Reggae singer
  • Plumb (born 1975), American musician
  • Poe (born 1968), American singer-songwriter
  • Pokwang (born 1970), Filipino comedian, and dramatic actress
  • Polaire (1874–1939), Algerian-born French singer and actress
  • Poldowski (1879–1932), Belgian-born British composer and pianist
  • Pollyfilla (born 1978), New Zealand performer
  • Pólvora (born 1979), Mexican wrestler
  • Ponvannan, Indian actor
  • Pooh (born 1974), Filipino comedian
  • Poorna, Indian actress and model
  • Poornitha (born 1990), Indian actress
  • Poppy (born 1995), American singer-songwriter
  • Porta (born 1988), Spanish rap singer
  • Povia (born 1972), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Pras (born 1972), American rapper
  • Prasanna (born 1982), Indian actor
  • Predikador (born 1983), Panamanian producer
  • Prema, Malaysian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Premji (1908–1998), Indian actor
  • Preslava (born 1984), Bulgarian singer
  • Prince (1958–2016), American musician
  • Princessa, American rapper and singer
  • Princessa (born 1975), Spanish singer
  • Priscilla (born 1989), French singer
  • Pritam, Indian composer and music director
  • Prithviraj (born 1982), Indian actor, playback singer and producer
  • Priyadarshan, Indian director and screenwriter
  • Priyadarshini (born 1978), Indian actress
  • Priyamani (born 1984), Indian actress and model
  • Promise (born 1982), Canadian rapper
  • Promoe (born 1976), Swedish rapper
  • Proof (1973–2006), American rapper
  • Prozak (born 1977), American independent rapper and film director
  • Psarantonis (born 1942), Greek singer-songwriter and musician
  • Psicosis (born 1971), Mexican wrestler
  • Psy (born 1977), South Korean entertainer
  • Psychosiz (born 1984), American rapper
  • Pugo (1910–1978), Filipino actor, comedian, director, and vaudevillian
  • Pulsedriver (born 1974), German DJ and producer
  • Puntillita (1921–2000), Cuban singer
  • Pupo (born 1955), Italian singer and lyricist
  • Pushead, American artist and writer
  • Pushim (born 1975), Japanese reggae artist
  • Pycard, European composer
  • Pyranja (born 1978), German rapper
  • Pyruz (born 1961), Iranian singer-songwriter and guitarist

Q[edit]

  • QBoy (born 1978), UK-based rapper, producer, DJ, writer and presenter
  • QT (born 1988), singer and performance artist
  • Quavo (born 1991), American rapper
  • Questlove (born 1971), American drummer, DJ and record producer
  • Quicksilver, American wrestler
  • Qwel (born 1980), American underground rapper and author
  • Qwote, Haitian American singer-songwriter; club, pop, R&B, electronic and urban artist

R[edit]

  • Raageshwari (born 1977), Indian singer, actress, model, TV anchor and VJ
  • Raaghav (born 1974), Indian actor
  • Raakhee (born 1947), Indian actress
  • Rachel, French singer
  • Radha (born 1965), Indian actress
  • Radioinactive, American rapper
  • Raekwon (born 1970), American rapper
  • Raf (born 1959), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Raffi (born 1948), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Raghav (born 1981), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Raghuvaran (1954–2008), Indian actor
  • Ragini (1937–1976), Indian danseuse and actress
  • Rahzel (born 1964), American hip-hop artist
  • Raimu (1883–1946), French actor
  • Rain (born 1982), South Korean entertainer
  • Raja (born 1978), Indian actor
  • Rajesh (born 1949), Indian actor
  • Rajinikanth (born 1950), Indian actor
  • Rajkiran (born 1954), Indian actor, producer and director
  • Rajkumar (1929–2006), Indian actor and singer
  • Rakim (born 1968), American hip-hop artist
  • Rakshita (born 1984), Indian actress
  • Ramarajan (born 1960), Indian actor
  • Rambha (born 1976), Indian actress
  • Rammellzee (1960–2010), American performance artist and hip-hop musician
  • Ramón (born 1985), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Ramona (1909–1972), American singer and pianist
  • Ramya (born 1982), Indian actress
  • Rani (1946–1993), Pakistani actress
  • Ranjitha (born 1975), Indian film and television actress
  • Raphael (born 1943), Spanish singer and actor
  • Raptile (born 1976), German rapper, producer and songwriter
  • Rasco (born 1970), American rapper
  • Rasel (born 1981), Spanish singer
  • Rasheeda (born 1982), American rapper
  • Rasta (born 1963), American football player and actor
  • Ratheesh (1954–2002), Indian actor
  • Ratsy (born 1994), American folk singer-songwriter
  • Raven (born 1964), American wrestler and occasional actor
  • Raven (born 1979), American performer and TV personality
  • Ravi (1926–2012), Indian music director
  • Ravi (born 1976), Norwegian artist, musician, vocalist, composer, journalist
  • Ravichandran (d. 2011), Indian Tamil actor
  • Raylene (born 1977), American pornographic actress
  • Raymzter (born 1979), Dutch rapper
  • Rayvon (born 1970), Barbadian singer
  • Raziel (born 1973), Mexican wrestler
  • Razzle (1960–1984), British drummer
  • Reba (born 1955), American singer
  • Redman (born 1970), American rapper, producer and actor
  • RedOne (born 1972), Moroccan-Swedish-American producer, songwriter and music executive
  • Reina (born 1978), American singer-songwriter
  • Rekha (born 1970), Indian Tamil actress
  • Rekha (born 1954), Malayalam film actress
  • Rell (born 1976), American R&B recording artist and songwriter
  • Remady (born 1977), Swiss music producer
  • Remedy (born 1972), American emcee and hip hop producer
  • Renaud (born 1952), French singer-songwriter and actor
  • Res, American singer
  • Resham (born 1976), Pakistani actress
  • Reshma (born 1947), Pakistani singer
  • Retta (born 1970), American actress and stand-up comedienne
  • Revathi (born 1966), Indian actress and director
  • Reyash (born 1974), Polish musician and singer
  • Reyli (born 1972), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Reynaert (born 1955), Belgian singer-songwriter
  • Rezar (born 1994), Dutch/Albanian professional wrestler and former mixed martial artist
  • Rhianna (born 1983), English singer
  • Rhydian (born 1983), Welsh singer
  • Rhymefest (born 1977), American hip hop artist
  • Rhymson (born 1968), Tanzanian rapper
  • Rhyno (aka Rhino; born 1975), American wrestler
  • Ricky, Japanese singer, musician
  • Rico, Scottish musician
  • Ricochet (born 1988), American wrestler
  • Ridan (born 1975), French singer
  • Rihanna (born 1988), Barbadian singer
  • Rikishi (aka Rikishi Phatu, Fatu; born 1965), Samoan American professional wrestler
  • Rikki (born 1975), Japanese folk singer
  • Rikrok (born 1972), English singer
  • Riria (born 1993), Japanese actress
  • Rita, Japanese voice actress, singer and lyricist
  • Rita (born 1962), Iranian-born Israeli singer and actress
  • Rivulets, American singer-songwriter
  • Riya, Japanese singer
  • Roark, American singer-songwriter
  • Robert (born 1964), French singer-songwriter
  • Robin (born 1998), Finnish singer and teen pop artist
  • Robyn (born 1979), Swedish singer-songwriter
  • Robyx (aka Savage), Italian singer, music producer, composer and businessman
  • Rocc (born 1979), Slovenian-born opera stage director, scenographer, dramaturge and performance artist
  • Rock (aka Big Rock, The Rockness Monsta; born 1973), American rapper
  • Rocko (born 1979), American rapper
  • Rockwilder (born 1971), American hip hop and R&B record producer
  • Rodriguez (born 1942), American folk musician
  • Roesy, Irish singer-songwriter and model
  • Rohff (born 1977), French rapper
  • Rohini (born 1969), Indian actress, lyricist, screenwriter, voice actor and director
  • Rojan, Iranian singer
  • Rola (born 1990), Japanese fashion model and TV personality of Bangladeshi descent
  • Roma (born 1984), Indian actress and model
  • Romanthony, American musician
  • Rome (born 1970), American R&B singer
  • Romeo (born 1980), English rapper and MC
  • Ronaldo (born 1976), Brazilian footballer and occasional actor
  • Roscoe (born 1983), American rapper
  • Rosé (born 1997), South Korean-Australian singer
  • Roshan (1917–1967), Indian composer
  • Roshana (born 1989), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Roshini, Indian Tamil playback singer
  • Rosko, American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Rossa (born 1978), Indonesian singer
  • Rowan (born 1981), American wrestler
  • Rowetta (born 1966), English singer
  • Rox (born 1988), English singer-songwriter
  • Roya (born 1982), Azerbaijani singer
  • Rozalla (born 1964), Zambian singer
  • Ruby (born 1972), American pornographic actress
  • Ruby (born 1981), Egyptian singer and actress
  • Rufus (aka Zio Vittorio)
  • Ruggedman, Nigerian rapper
  • Rukkus (born 1970), American wrestler
  • Rumer, Pakistani-born British singer-songwriter
  • RUNAGROUND, American electro-pop artist, producer, and singer-songwriter
  • RuPaul (born 1960), American drag queen, talk show host, film and television performer
  • Rupini (born 1969), Indian actress
  • Rurutia, Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Rusev (born 1985), Bulgarian wrestler
  • Ruslana (born 1973), Ukrainian singer
  • Russya (born 1968), Ukrainian singer and musician
  • Ruudolf (born 1983), Finnish hip hop artist
  • Ryback (born 1981), American wrestler
  • Ryeowook (born 1987), South Korean singer-songwriter and occasional actor
  • Ryō (born 1973), Japanese model, actress and singer
  • Ryuichi (born 1970), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • RZA (born 1969), American rapper, record producer, musician, actor, filmmaker and author

S[edit]

  • Saandip (born 1978), Indian singer, actor and anchor
  • Saara (born 1994), Finnish singer and TV host
  • Sabah (born 1927), Lebanese singer and actress
  • Sabi (born 1988), American singer/songwriter and actress
  • Sabian (born 1979), American wrestler
  • Sable (born 1967), American model, actress and wrestler
  • Sabrina (born 1936), English glamour model
  • Sabrina (born 1968), Italian singer
  • Sabrina (born 1969), Greek singer
  • Sabrina (born 1983), Portuguese singer
  • Sabrina (born 1989), Filipino singer
  • Sabu (1924–1963), Indian-American actor
  • Sabu (born 1964), American wrestler
  • Sachin (born 1957), Indian actor and producer
  • Sadahzinia (born 1977), Greek rapper
  • Sadayakko (1871–1946), Japanese geisha, actress and dancer
  • Sade (born 1959), Nigerian-born British singer-songwriter
  • Sadha (born 1984), Indian actress
  • Sadhana (born 1941), Indian actress
  • Sadiki (born 1971), Jamaican-American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Saffron (born 1968), Nigerian-born British singer
  • Safir, Danish singer, musician and composer
  • saga (born 1975), Swedish white nationalist singer-songwriter
  • Sagarika (born 1970), Indian singer
  • Sagat, American rapper and music producer
  • Sahakdukht, Armenian composer
  • Sahlene (born 1976), Swedish singer and actress
  • Saigon (born 1977), American rapper
  • Saikumar (born 1963), Indian actor
  • Sailorine (born 1979), Norwegian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Saima (born 1967), Pakistani actress
  • Saindhavi (born 1989), Indian singer
  • Saki (born 1870), English writer
  • Sakura (born 1969), Japanese musician
  • Salif (born 1982), French rapper
  • Salomé (born 1943), Spanish singer
  • Salome (born 1985), Iranian rapper
  • Saloni (1950–2010), Pakistani film actress
  • Salyu (born 1980), Japanese singer
  • Sameksha (born 1985), Indian actress
  • Sammie (born 1987), American singer and actor
  • Samsaya (born 1979), Indian-born Norwegian singer and actress
  • Samsong (born 1974), Nigerian singer
  • Samuthirakani (born 1973), Indian director
  • Sandhya (born 1989), Indian actress
  • Sandra (born 1962), German singer
  • Sandrin, French composer
  • Sandrine (born c. 1979), Australian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Sandy (born 1983), Brazilian singer-songwriter, producer and actress
  • Sandy (born 1986), Egyptian singer
  • Sangeeta (born 1947), Pakistani actress and film director
  • Sangeeta, Indian Telugu actress
  • Sangeetha, Indian Tamil actress
  • Sanghavi (born 1977), Indian actress
  • Sangtar (born 1973), Indian singer-songwriter
  • Sanjana (born 1989), Indian model and actress
  • Sanjivani, Indian singer
  • Sankaradi (1924–2001), Indian actor
  • Sanrabb, Norwegian musician
  • Santhanam (born 1980), Indian actor and producer
  • Santhoshi (born 1987), Indian actress
  • Santigold (born 1976), American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Santo (1917–1984), Mexican wrestler and actor
  • Sapho (born 1950), Moroccan-born French singer
  • Sapphire (1935–1996), American wrestler
  • Sapphire (born 1950), American author and performance poet
  • Sarai (born 1981), American rapper and actress
  • Sarangapani, Indian composer
  • Sarbel (born 1986), British-Cypriot singer
  • Sarika (born 1962), Indian actress
  • Saritah, Australian singer-songwriter
  • Saritha, Indian actress
  • Sarp (born 1977), Turkish singer-songwriter and musician
  • Sascha (born 1976), German pornographic actor
  • Sash! (born 1970), German DJ and producer
  • Sasha (born 1974), Jamaican dancehall recording artist and DJ
  • Sasha (born 1979), Russian-born American singer, songwriter, performing artist, model, choreographer, and TV-video producer
  • Sasha (born 1969), Welsh DJ and producer
  • Sat (born 1975), French rapper
  • Sathyaraj (born 1954), Indian actor
  • Satomi' (born 1989), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Satsuki, Japanese musician
  • Saud, Pakistani film and television actor/producer
  • Saukrates (born 1977), Canadian rapper, singer and record producer
  • Savage (born 1981), New Zealander hip hop singer and rapper
  • Savage (born 1956), Italian singer, record producer and composer
  • Savannah (1970–1994), American pornographic actress
  • Savitri (1937–1981), Indian actress, director and producer
  • Scarface (born 1970), American rapper
  • Schmier (born 1966), German musician
  • Scialpi (born 1962), Italian singer
  • Scorcher, British MC and producer
  • Scribe (born 1979), New Zealand rapper
  • Seagram (1970–1996), American rapper
  • Seal (born 1963), British singer
  • Seamo (born 1975), Japanese rapper and hip-hop artist
  • Sebastian, American rapper
  • Seema (born 1957), Indian actress
  • Seetha, Indian actress
  • Sefyu (born 1981), French rapper
  • Sehun (born 1994), South Korean dancer
  • Seka (born 1954), American pornographic actress
  • Selan, American musician and singer-songwriter
  • Selen (born 1966), Italian actress, TV presenter and pornographic actress
  • Selena (1971–1995), Mexican-American singer
  • Selwyn (born 1982), South Africa-born Australian singer
  • Sensei (born 1978), Mexican wrestler
  • Senthil (born 1951), Indian actor
  • Seohyun (born 1991), South Korean singer, dancer, model and actress
  • Seorak (born 1981), South Korean singer and VJ
  • September (born 1984), Swedish singer
  • Seremoniamestari, Finnish rap artist
  • Serena, American pornographic actress
  • Serenity (born 1969), American pornographic actress
  • Seryoga (born 1976), Belarusian rapper
  • Sesenne (1914–2010), Saint Lucian singer
  • Seungri (born 1990), Korean singer, dancer and actor
  • Seven (born 1978), Swiss musician and singer
  • Seven (born 1984), South Korean singer
  • Séverine (born 1948), French singer
  • Sha (born 1979), German singer
  • Shaam (born 1978), Indian model and actor
  • Shaan (born 1972), Indian singer and TV host
  • Shabnam, Pakistani actress
  • Shad (born 1982), Kenyan-born Canadian hip hop musician
  • Shadia (born 1929), Egyptian actress and singer
  • Shaggy (born 1968), Jamaica-born American singer and musician
  • Shagrath (born 1976), Norwegian musician
  • Shahid (born 1950), Pakistani actor
  • Shahir (born 1988), Malaysian singer
  • Shahryar, Iranian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Shake (born 1950), Malaysian singer
  • Shakeel (born 1938), Pakistani actor
  • Shakeela (born 1973), Indian actress
  • Shakila, Indian actress
  • Shakila (born 1962), Iranian singer
  • Shakira (born 1977), Colombian musician
  • Shamili (born 1987), Indian actress
  • Shamir (born 1994), American musician
  • Shammi (1929–2018), Indian actress
  • Shammu (born 1992), Indian actress and model
  • Shana (born 1972), American singer
  • Shane (born 1969), American pornographic actress and director
  • Shanice (born 1973), American singer-songwriter
  • Shankar (born 1960), Indian actor and director
  • Shanmugasundari (d. 2012), Indian actress
  • Shannon (born 1958), American singer
  • Shantel (born 1968), German DJ and record producer
  • Sharada (born 1945), Indian actress
  • Sharda, Indian singer
  • Shareefa (born 1984), American singer
  • Sharissa (born 1976), American singer
  • Shark, American composer
  • Sharkula, American rapper
  • Shashikala (born 1933), Indian actress
  • Shawnna (born 1979), American rapper
  • Shazza (born 1967), Polish singer and occasional actress
  • Sheamus (born 1978), Irish professional wrestler and actor
  • Sheela (born 1945), Indian actress
  • Sheila (born 1945), French singer
  • Sheila (born 1984), German singer (folk and schlager music)
  • Shèna (born 1971), English singer
  • Shequida, Jamaican singer-songwriter and drag artist
  • Sherin (born 1985), Indian actress and model
  • Sherine (born 1980), Egyptian singer and actress
  • Sherrick (1957–1999), American musician
  • Shifty (born 1974), American singer
  • Shiloh (born 1993), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Shinehead (born 1962), English-born Jamaican singer, rapper and DJ
  • Shing02
  • Shinya (born 1970), Japanese musician and television personality
  • Shinya (born 1978), Japanese musician
  • Shocker (born 1971), Mexican wrestler
  • Shockercito (born 1980), Mexican wrestler
  • Shona, French singer-songwriter
  • Shontelle (born 1985), American singer
  • Shoo (born 1981), Korean singer
  • Shorty (born 1980), Croatian rapper
  • Shoxrux (born 1986), Uzbekistani rapper, entertainer and producer
  • Shruti, Indian actress
  • Shurik'n (born in 1966), French hip hop artist
  • Shwayze (born 1985), American rapper
  • Shyama (1935–2017), Indian film actress
  • Shy'm (born 1985), French singer
  • Shyne (born 1978), Belizean rapper
  • Shystie (born 1982), British rapper, songwriter and actress
  • Sia (born 1975), Australian singer and songwriter
  • Sibel (born 1987), Swedish singer
  • Sibiraj (born 1982), Indian actor
  • Siddique (born 1962), Indian film actor/producer, entrepreneur
  • Sido (born 1980), German rapper
  • Sie7e (born 1977), Puerto Rican singer
  • Sieneke (born 1992), Dutch singer
  • Sifow (born 1985), Japanese singer
  • Sigga, Icelandic singer
  • Silenoz (born 1977), Norwegian guitarist
  • Silvan (born 1935), Italian illusionist, writer and television personality
  • Sim (1926–2009), French humorist, writer and comedian
  • Simone (born 1962), American singer and actress
  • Simone (born 1992), Danish pop singer
  • Simon-Max (1852 to 1923), French tenor
  • Simran (born 1976), Indian actress
  • Sinbad (born 1956), American actor and comedian
  • Singuila, French singer
  • Sinik (born 1980), French rap artist
  • Sinitta (born 1968), American-born British singer and actress
  • Sirima (1964–1989), British singer
  • Sirone (1940–2009), American musician and composer
  • Sirusho (born 1987), Armenian singer
  • Sisaundra, American singer-songwriter and producer
  • Sisqó (born 1978), American R&B singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and actor
  • Sissel (born 1969), Norwegian singer
  • Sita (born 1980), Dutch singer
  • Sithara (born 1973), Indian actress
  • Sivakumar (born 1939), Indian actor
  • Sivuca (1930–2006), Brazilian musician
  • Sizzla (aka Sizzla Kalonji)
  • Škabo (born 1976), Serbian rapper and producer
  • Skayde (born 1964), Mexican wrestler
  • Skee-Lo
  • Skerik, American musician
  • Skillz, American rapper
  • Skin (born 1967), British singer
  • Skinnyman (born 1974), English rapper
  • Skitzo (born 1982), American rapper and hip hop producer
  • Skrillex (born 1988), American DJ and singer-songwriter
  • Skyla (born 1991), English singer
  • Skyzoo (born 1982), American hip hop emcee
  • Slaine (born 1977), American hip hop MC
  • Slash (born 1965), British-born American guitarist
  • Sliimy (born 1988), French musician
  • Slim (born 1979), American R&B singer
  • Slimmy, Portuguese singer
  • Slug (born 1972), American rapper
  • Smartzee (born 1980), French-American rapper
  • Smita (born 1980), Indian singer, actress and TV anchor
  • Smitty, American rapper
  • Smooth (born 1970), American singer, rapper and actress
  • Smudo (born 1968), German rapper
  • Snakefinger (1949–1987), English musician
  • Sneha (born 1981), Indian actress
  • Snow (born 1969), Canadian singer-songwriter
  • Snow (born 1985), Japanese singer
  • Snowboy, British-Cuban musician
  • Sobha (1962–1980), Indian actress
  • Socalled, Canadian rapper and musician
  • Sócrates (1954–2011), Brazilian footballer
  • Sofia, Filipino singer
  • Soko (born 1985), French singer and actress
  • Sokół (born 1977), Polish MC
  • Solage, French composer
  • Solbi (born 1984), South Korean singer and actress
  • Solé (born 1973), American rapper
  • Sole (born 1977), American hip hop artist
  • Sóley, Icelandic singer, musician
  • Solitair, Canadian hip hop MC and producer
  • Solomon (1902–1988), British classical pianist
  • Solomon (born 1987), American hip hop artist
  • Somi (born 1979), American singer-songwriter
  • Sommore (born 1966), American actress and comedian
  • Sonam (born 1972), Indian actress
  • Sonia (born 1971), English singer
  • Sonim (born 1983), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Sonique (born 1968), British DJ and singer
  • Sonny (1935–1998), American singer and comedian
  • Sonu, Indian actress
  • Soopafly (born 1972), American hip hop producer and rapper
  • Sooyoung (born 1990), South Korean singer and actress
  • Sophie, British music producer
  • Soprano (born 1979), French rapper
  • Soraya (1969–2006), American singer-songwriter, guitarist and producer
  • Sordello, Italian composer
  • Sorkun, Spanish singer
  • Sosay (born 1980), American actress, model and wrestler
  • Soundarya (1972–2004), Indian actress
  • Sowelu (born 1982), Japanese singer
  • Spagna (born 1954), Italian singer
  • Spark (born 1992), English singer-songwriter
  • Sparkle (born 1975), American singer
  • Speak (born 1976), Hungarian rapper, model and actor
  • Speech (born 1968), American rapper and musician
  • Speedy (born 1979), Puerto Rican Reggaeton artist
  • Spek, Canadian hip hop artist
  • Spens (born 1975), Bulgarian hip hop artist
  • Spike, English singer-songwriter
  • Spot (born 1984), American rapper
  • Sputnik (born 1943), Norwegian singer and musician
  • Squarepusher (born 1975), English musician
  • Sreenath (1957–2010), Indian actor
  • Sreenivasan (born 1956), Indian actor, director and producer
  • Sridevi (born 1963), Indian actress
  • Srihari (born 1964), Indian actor
  • Srikanth (born 1979), Indian actor
  • Sriman, Indian actor
  • Srinath, Indian actor and TV presenter
  • Srinivas (born 1959), Indian singer
  • Sripriya (born 1958), Indian actress
  • Srividya (1953–2006), Indian actress
  • Stacks (born 1985), American hip hop musician
  • Stacy (born 1990), Malaysian singer
  • Stalley (born 1982), American rapper
  • Stanislas (born 1972), French singer
  • Starman (born 1974), Mexican wrestler
  • Starrah (born 1990), American singer-songwriter and rapper
  • Stelarc (born 1946), Cyprus-born Australian performance artist
  • Stella (born 1980), Chinese singer, actress and model
  • Stendhal (1783–1842), pen-name of the French writer Marie-Henri Beyle
  • Steno (1915–1988), Italian film director, screenwriter and cinematographer
  • Stephanie (born 1987), American-born Japanese singer, DJ and actress
  • Steve-O (born 1974), actor, stunt performer, producer, comedian, author, musician, and clown; holds British, American and Canadian citizenship
  • Stig (born 1978), Finnish hip hop, R&B and country music singer
  • Stigma, American wrestler
  • Sting (born 1951), English musician
  • Sting (born 1959), American wrestler
  • Stoka (born 1981), Croatian rap artist
  • Stoya (born 1986), American pornographic actress and model
  • Striger, Canadian hip hop artist
  • Stromae (born 1985), Belgian Rwandan singer songwriter
  • Stylah, British rapper
  • Styrofoam, Belgian singer and musician
  • Suara, Japanese singer
  • Suave (born 1966), American singer
  • Subair (born 1962), Indian actor
  • Subliminal (born 1979), Israeli hip hop artist and producer
  • Subtitle (born 1978), American rapper and producer
  • Sudeep (born 1975), Indian actor, director and producer
  • Sudhir (1921–1997), Pakistani actor
  • Suede, American jazz and blues singer
  • Suggs (born 1961), English singer-songwriter, musician, radio and television personality, and actor
  • Sugizo (born 1969), Japanese musician, singer, songwriter, composer, record producer, actor, writer and activist
  • Suho (born 1991), South Korean singer and actor
  • Sujatha (1952–2011), Indian actress
  • Sukanya (born 1969), Indian actress
  • Sukumaran (1948–1997), Indian actor
  • Sulakshana, Indian actress
  • Sulli (aka Sulli Choi)(born 1994), South Korean singer, actress and model
  • Sulo, Swedish musician
  • Sultan (born 1987), French Comorean hip hop artist and rapper
  • Sumalatha (born 1963), Indian actress
  • Suman (born 1959), Indian actor
  • Sumanth (born 1975), Indian actor
  • Sumathi (born 1964), Indian actress
  • Sunaina (born 1987), Indian actress
  • Sungmin (born 1986), South Korean singer and actor
  • Sunil, Indian actor
  • Sunjay (born 1993), English singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Sunny (born 1989), American-born South Korean singer, dancer and TV presenter
  • Supastition, American hip hop artist
  • Supernatural (aka Super Nat or MC Supernatural; born 1970), American rapper
  • Supla (born 1966), Brazilian musician
  • Suraiya (1929–2004), Indian singer and actress
  • Susan (aka Suzan), Japanese singer
  • Susan (1942–2004), Iranian singer
  • Suthivelu (1947–2012), Indian actor and comedian
  • Suvalakshmi (born 1977), Indian actress
  • Svala (born 1977), Icelandic singer-songwriter
  • Swanee (born 1952), Scottish-born Australian singer
  • Swapna, Indian actress
  • Swarnalatha (1973–2010), Indian singer
  • Swarnamalya, Indian actress and TV anchor
  • Swingfly, American-born Swedish rapper and singer
  • Syang (born 1970), Brazilian musician, writer and model
  • Sybil (born 1965), American singer
  • Sylvester (1947–1988), American singer-songwriter, and gay drag performer
  • Sylvia (born 1956), American singer-songwriter
  • Sylviac (1891–1974), French opera singer, diseuse, and actress; mother of actress Françoise Rosay
  • Syreeta, American singer-songwriter
  • Syria (born 1977), Italian singer
  • SZA (born 1990), American singer and songwriter

T[edit]

  • Tablo (born 1980), Korean Canadian hip hop artist, songwriter, lyricist, and author
  • Taboo (born 1975), American actor and rapper
  • Taborah, American singer-songwriter
  • Tabu (born 1971), Indian actress
  • Taco (born 1955), Dutch singer
  • Taebin (born 1980), Korean singer
  • Taegoon (born 1986), South Korean singer and dancer
  • Taeyang (born 1988), South Korean singer
  • Taeyeon (born 1989), South Korean entertainer
  • Taffy (born 1963), American singer
  • Tagaq (born 1975), Canadian singer
  • Tahis (born 1988), Spanish singer
  • Taiguara (1945–1996), Brazilian singer songwriter
  • Taiji (1966–2011), Japanese musician and singer-songwriter
  • Tainy (born 1989), Puerto Rican reggaeton producer
  • Taiska (born 1955), Finnish singer
  • Tajai (born 1975), American rapper and producer
  • Tajči (born 1970), Croatian singer
  • Takaloo (born 1975), Iranian born British based boxer
  • Takanohana (born 1972), Japanese sumo wrestler
  • Takfarinas (born 1958), French-Algerian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Taktloss (born 1975), German rap artist
  • Tal (born 1989), Israeli-born French singer, songwriter
  • Támar (born 1980), American singer
  • Tamia (born 1975), Canadian-American singer-songwriter
  • Tamina, American professional wrestler and actress
  • Tamta (born 1981), Georgian singer
  • Tanisha (born 1978), Indian actress
  • Tank (born 1976), American singer
  • Tank (born 1977), German musician
  • Tank (born 1982), Taiwanese singer-songwriter
  • Tanuja (born 1943), Indian actress
  • Tao (born 1993), Chinese rapper
  • Tara (1944–2007), Indian actress
  • Tara (born 1967), Indian actress
  • Tarako (born 1960), Japanese voice actress
  • Tarkan (born 1972), Turkish singer
  • Tarja (born 1977), Finnish singer-songwriter
  • Tarsem (born 1961), Indian-American director
  • Tash (born 1971), American rapper
  • Tataee (born 1976), Romanian record producer and rapper
  • Tatanka (1961), American wrestler
  • Tatiana (born 1968), Mexican singer
  • Taz (born 1967), British singer, composer and actor
  • Tazz (born 1967), American wrestler and color commentator
  • Tede (born 1976), Polish rapper
  • Teebs, American electronic producer and artist
  • Tei (born 1983), South Korean singer
  • Tejashree, Indian actress
  • Tekitha, American singer and rapper
  • Tela, American rapper
  • Temperamento (born 1981), Puerto Rican-American rap artist
  • Tenmon (born 1971), Japanese composer
  • Teoman (born 1967), Turkish singer-songwriter
  • Teru, Japanese guitarist
  • Teru, Japanese singer
  • Test, Canadian wrestler
  • Tété (born 1975), Senegalese-born French singer-songwriter and musician
  • Tetsuya (born 1969), Japanese singer, musician and composer
  • Thalía (born 1971), Mexican singer and actress
  • Thaman, Indian composer and actor
  • Tharika, Indian actress
  • Thekra (1966–2003), Tunisian singer
  • Thisha (born 1983), Austrian singer
  • Thor, Filipino singer-songwriter and performer
  • Thrust (born 1976), Canadian rapper
  • Thulla (born 1968), Danish singer and composer
  • Tianna (born 1963), American pornographic actress
  • Tiësto (born 1969), Dutch DJ and electronic music producer
  • Tifa (born 1960), Bosnian singer
  • Tiffany (born 1971), American singer
  • Tiffany (born 1989), American-born South Korean singer, dancer, model and television host
  • Tiga (born 1974), Canadian DJ and producer
  • Tiggy, Danish singer
  • Tim (born 1981), Korean-American singer
  • Tilian (born 1987), American singer-songwriter and musician
  • Timati (born 1983), Russian rapper
  • Timaya (born 1976), Nigerian singer-songwriter
  • Timbaland (born 1971), American singer and producer
  • Timbuktu (born 1975), Swedish rapper and reggae artist
  • Time (born 1985), American hip hop artist
  • Timz (born 1985), American rapper
  • Tinashe (born 1993), American singer-songwriter, dancer, actress, and former model
  • Tiririca (born 1965), Brazilian entertainer
  • Titiyo (born 1967), Swedish pop singer-songwriter
  • Titof (born 1973), French pornographic actor
  • TJP, American wrestler
  • TobyMac (aka tobyMac, TOBYMAC; born 1964), American Christian hip hop recording artist, music producer, songwriter and author
  • Togo, Filipino actor
  • Tomatito (born 1958), Spanish composer and guitarist
  • Tomato, American singer-songwriter and drummer
  • Tomcraft (born 1975), German DJ and producer
  • Tonedeff (born 1978), American rapper, producer and singer-songwriter
  • Tonéx (born 1975), American singer-songwriter, musician, dancer and producer
  • Tonia (born 1947), Belgian singer
  • Tontxu (born 1973), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Tooji, Norwegian-Iranian singer, model and television host
  • Topol, (born 1935), Israeli actor, singer, writer and producer
  • Toquinho (born 1946), Brazilian singer, musician and composer
  • Torch (born 1971), German rapper
  • Toshi (born 1965), Japanese singer-songwriter and musician
  • Totò (1898–1967), Italian comedian, actor, writer and singer-songwriter
  • Touré (born 1971), American novelist, music journalist, cultural critic and TV personality
  • Toya (born 1983), American singer
  • Tozovac (born 1936), Serbian singer, musician and actor
  • TQ (born 1976), American R&B singer
  • Trae (born 1981), American rapper
  • Traxamillion (born 1979), American rapper
  • Treach (born 1970), American rapper and actor
  • Trebor, French composer
  • Trenyce (born 1980), American singer
  • Tricarico (born 1971), Italian singer-songwriter
  • Tricky (born 1968), English musician and actor
  • Trina (born 1978), American rapper
  • Trinere (born 1964), American singer, songwriter, and recording artist
  • Tristen (born 1983), American singer
  • Troja, American actress and singer
  • Trusenz (born 1980), South African hip hop artist
  • Tsunku (born 1968), Japanese singer, songwriter and music producer
  • Tulisa (born 1988), English actress and singer
  • Tunisiano (born 1979), French rapper
  • Tuotilo, Irish composer
  • Turk, American rapper
  • Tweet (born 1971), American singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Twiggy (born 1949), British model
  • Twink (born 1944), English drummer, singer-songwriter and actor
  • Twinkle (born 1947), British pop singer
  • Twista (born 1973), American rapper
  • Ty, British hip hop artist
  • Tyagaraja (1767–1847), Indian composer
  • Tyga (born 1989), American rapper
  • Tyla, English singer-songwriter and guitarist
  • Tylea, Australian singer-songwriter
  • Tyssem (born 1984), French singer-songwriter
  • Tzuki (born 1974), Mexican wrestler

U[edit]

  • Ua (born 1972), Japanese singer-songwriter, producer and actress
  • Uee (born 1988), South Korean singer, dancer and actress
  • Uffie (born 1987), American-born French entertainer
  • UFO, Danish, singer, rapper and hip hop artist
  • Umashree (born 1957), Indian actress
  • Uniikki (born 1981), Finnish artist
  • Upendra (born 1967), Indian actor and director
  • Urbanus (born 1949), Belgian comedian, actor and singer
  • Urna (born 1969), Mongolian singer and musician
  • Urvashi (born 1966), Indian actress
  • Usher (born 1978), American singer-songwriter
  • U$O (born 1981), Danish rapper

V[edit]

  • Vadivelu (born 1960), Indian actor and singer
  • Vaï (born 1979), Moroccan-born Canadian rapper and hip hop artist
  • Vaiyapuri, Indian comedian actor
  • Vajramuni, Indian actor
  • Vakill (born 1975), American rapper
  • Valdy (born 1945), Canadian singer-songwriter and musician
  • Valensia (born 1971), Dutch singer, composer, producer and musician
  • Valeriya (born 1968), Russian singer
  • Valete, Portuguese hip hop artist
  • Vamba (1858–1920), Italian author
  • Vampiro (born 1967), Canadian wrestler
  • Vangelis (born 1943), Greek composer
  • Vaniity (born 1973), Mexican-born American transsexual pornographic film actress
  • Vanity (born 1959), Canadian entertainer
  • Vanna (born 1970), Croatian singer
  • Vanusa (born 1947), Brazilian singer
  • VanVelzen (born 1978), Dutch singer-songwriter
  • Vassy, Greek-Australian singer-songwriter
  • Vasundhara, Indian actress and model
  • Veena (1926–2004), Indian actress
  • Vega (born 1979), Spanish singer-songwriter
  • Velvet (born 1975), Swedish singer
  • Veronica (born 1974), American singer and actress
  • Versatile, American record producer, songwriter, and remixer
  • Vertexguy (born 1979), American musician
  • Vidyasagar (born 1963), Indian music director and composer
  • Vignesh, Indian actor
  • Vijay (born 1974), Tamil actor and playback singer
  • Vijayakanth (born 1952), Indian actor
  • Vijayakumar (born 1943), Tamil film actor and politician
  • Vijayaraghavan (born 1951), Malaysia-born Indian film actor
  • Vijayashanti (born 1964), Indian actress
  • Vijayasree, Indian actress
  • Vikranth, Indian actor
  • Viktor (born 1980), Canadian professional wrestler
  • Viktoria (born 1970), Filipino singer
  • Viktorija (born 1958), Serbian singer
  • Vinayan, Indian director and producer, mainly of Malayalam movies
  • Vincent (born 1980), Swedish singer
  • Vineeth (born 1969), Indian actor and dancer
  • Vinni (born 1976), Norwegian musician and hip hop artist
  • Violetta, German-American singer and performer
  • Violette, French singer
  • Virus (born 1968), Mexican wrestler
  • Vishnuvardhan (1950–2009), Indian film actor
  • Vitaa (born 1983), French singer
  • Vitas (born 1979), Russian singer-songwriter and actor
  • Vitorino (born 1942), Portuguese singer-songwriter
  • Vivek (born 1961), Indian actor and comedian
  • Voltaire (born 1967), Cuban-born American musician
  • Voltio (born 1977), Puerto Rican Reggaeton artist
  • Vyjayanthimala (born 1936), Indian actress

W[edit]

  • Waajeed, American rapper and producer
  • Wafande, Danish reggae and soul singer and songwriter
  • Wale (born 1984), American hip hop artist
  • Wallen (born 1978), French singer
  • Wanderléa (born 1946), Brazilian singer
  • Wando (1945–2012), Brazilian singer-songwriter
  • Wanessa (born 1982), Brazilian singer-songwriter
  • Wanz (aka TeeWanz; born 1961), American singer, songwriter, and rapper
  • Warrior (1957–2014), retired American professional wrestler
  • Wax (born 1976), South Korean singer
  • Wayna, Ethiopian-born American R&B/soul singer and songwriter
  • Webbie (born 1985), American rapper
  • Weegee (1899–1968), American photojournalist and filmmaker
  • Wess (1945–2009), American-born Italian singer
  • Wheesung (born 1982), South Korean singer
  • Whigfield (born 1970), Danish singer
  • Whitton, American singer-songwriter
  • Wildchild, American rapper
  • Wiley (born 1979), British MC and music producer
  • Wing, Hong Kong-born New Zealand singer and musician
  • Winta (born 1984), Norwegian singer-songwriter
  • Wise (born 1979), Japanese hip hop musician
  • Witchdoctor (born 1975), American rapper, musician and producer
  • Wolfgang (born 1986), Scottish professional wrestler
  • Woodkid (born 1983), French music video director, graphic designer and singer-songwriter
  • Wordburglar, Canadian hip hop artist
  • Wordplay (born 1974), British musician and actor
  • Wordsworth, American hip-hop musician and emcee
  • Wrabel (born 1989), American singer
  • Wreckonize (born 1983), American rapper and hip-hop artist
  • Wunmi, Nigerian-British singer and dancer
  • Würzel (born 1949), English musician
  • Wuv (born 1972), American musician
  • Wynonna (born 1964), American country music singer

X[edit]

  • Xandee (born 1978), Belgian singer
  • Xander (born 1988), Danish pop singer and songwriter
  • Xander (born 1985), Dutch singer, songwriter
  • Xatar (born 1982), Kurdish-born German rapper
  • Xavier (born 1977), American professional wrestler
  • Xenia (born 1994), American singer
  • Xiah (born 1986), South Korean singer-songwriter
  • Xiumin (born 1990), South Korean singer
  • Xonia (born 1989), Australian singer-songwriter, actress and dancer
  • xSDTRK (born 1988), Canadian writer, producer and artist
  • Xuxa (born 1963), Brazilian TV hostess, actress and singer
  • XXXTentacion (1998–2018), American rapper
  • Xzibit (born 1974), American rapper, actor and television personality

Y[edit]

  • Yahir (born 1979), Mexican singer and actor
  • Yaire (born 1977), Puerto Rican singer-songwriter
  • Yaiya (born 1990), Swedish artist, songwriter and actor
  • Yameen, American hip hop producer
  • Yan, English singer-songwriter and musician
  • Yani (born 1978), Filipino singer and musician
  • Yanni (born 1954), American musician
  • Yara (born 1983), Lebanese singer
  • Yared (505–571), Ethiopian musician
  • Yas (born 1982), Iranian rapper
  • Yasmine (1972–2009), Belgian singer and TV presenter
  • Yazz (born 1960), British singer and model
  • Yehonathan (born 1977), Israeli singer
  • Yellowman (born 1956), Jamaican musician, songwriter and DJ
  • Yelawolf (born 1979), American rapper
  • Yepha (born 1983), Danish, singer, rapper and hip hop artist
  • YG (born 1990), American rapper
  • Yiruma (born 1978), South Korean pianist and composer
  • Yoav (born 1979), Israeli singer-songwriter and musician
  • Yohio (born 1995), Japanese-Swedish singer
  • Yokozuna (1966–2000), American wrestler
  • Yoona (born 1990), South Korean singer, actress, model and dancer
  • Yoshika (born 1983), Japanese singer
  • Yoshiki (born 1965), Japanese musician, songwriter and record producer
  • You (born 1964), Japanese model, TV personality, singer and actress
  • Youddiph (born 1973), Russian singer
  • Younha (born 1988), South Korean singer
  • Yousra (born 1950), Egyptian actress and singer
  • Yovanna (born 1940), Greek singer
  • Yozuca, Japanese singer
  • Yui (born 1987), Japanese musician and actress
  • Yuka (born 1970), Japanese singer
  • Yukana (born 1975), Japanese voice actress and singer
  • Yukmouth (born 1974), American rapper
  • Yūmao (born 1980), Japanese singer-songwriter
  • Yuna (born 1986), Malaysian singer-songwriter
  • Yungun (aka Essa), British hip-hop artist
  • Yuri (born 1976), Korean pop singer
  • Yuri (born 1989), South Korean pop singer (Member of Girls' Generation)
  • Yuri (born 1964), Mexican singer and actress
  • Yuria, Japanese singer and guitarist
  • Yuridia (born 1986), Mexican singer
  • Yusa, Cuban singer-songwriter
  • Yuusuke (born 1985), Japanese singer

Z[edit]

  • Zacarias (1934–1990), Brazilian actor and comedian
  • Zahara (born 1988), South African singer-songwriter
  • Zaho (born 1980), Algerian-Canadian singer
  • Zalon (born 1983), British pop singer, songwriter, and record producer
  • Zamfir, Romanian pan-flute player (born 1941)
  • Zara (born 1976), Turkish singer and actress
  • Zara (born 1983), Russian singer and actress
  • Zarif, British singer-songwriter
  • Zarsanga (born 1946), Pakistani singer
  • Zayn (born 1993), English singer and songwriter
  • Zaytoven (born 1980), American record producer, DJ, and pianist
  • Zaz (born 1980), French singer
  • Zazie (born 1964), French singer-songwriter
  • Zeba (born 1945), Pakistani actress
  • Zeebee (born 1965), German-born Austrian singer-songwriter and producer
  • Zeebra (born 1971), Japanese hip hop artist
  • Zemfira (born 1976), Tatar Russian singer
  • Zendaya (born 1996), American actress, singer and dancer
  • Zico (born 1992), South Korean singer-songwriter, rapper and music producer
  • Zifou (born 1992), French rapper of Moroccan origin
  • Zíngaro (born 1949), Spanish singer
  • Zoë, British singer-songwriter
  • Zoey (born 1984), Japanese singer
  • Zombo (1979–2008), South African singer-songwriter and music producer
  • Zouzou (born 1943), Algerian model, actress and singer
  • Zoxea (born 1974), French rapper
  • Zucchero (born 1955), Italian singer
  • Zulema (1947–2013), American singer-songwriter

See also[edit]