Tu Morrow (Rob Morrow) I say Tu Much, Rob.
Zuma Nesta Rock (Gwen Stefani) Sounds like a new type of soda, fizzy like pop rocks.
Moxie CrimeFighter (Penn Jillett) Being French is no excuse.
Kal-El (Nicholas Cage) Neither is being a crazy drunk or loving Superman.
Bogart Che Peyote (Reality star David "Puck" Rainey)
This was the comment listed on Babble.com by Catherine Connors and honestly I couldn’t compete with it:
‘Using the names of revolutionaries and drugs in your kid's name is one thing. Using the common term for slobbering all over that joint you won't share is quite another.’
Audio Science (Shannyn Sossamon) You have smoked way too much crack.
Pilot Inspektor (Jason Lee) What did you expect from Earl?
Apple (Chris Martin and Gwyneth Paltrow) Hasn't an apple been used to work evil before? Let's not bring your children into this, Gwynnie.
Seargeoh and Sage Moonblood (Sylvester Stallone) He went with what he could pronounce.
And what may well be my favorite:
I had a dog once named Kitty so I kind of get this.
The list is endless but I’m going to stop there. As writers we invent a multitude of character names and I know sometimes they can get a little crazy (Katniss?).
I tend to go pretty plain with mine: Mattie, Kelly, Reese, Bailey.
Tell me, what is the strangest name you have ever used in a manuscript?