Celebrity Surnames as Firsts

Inspired by a fascinating discussion thread started by our own creative berries, here are some celebrity surnames that work well as firsts:
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  • Arden

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    Arden, the name of the magical forest in Shakespeare's As You Like It, is poised to join the other 'A' names on the popularity list, with its strong, straightforward image. Another... Read More 

  • Avery

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    Though this unisex name has been around for a few decades, Avery has now definitely heated up for girls, partly as an alternative to the epidemic Ava. The female Avery has had a meteoric rise,... Read More 

  • Bale

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  • Beckham

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    For soccer fans wishing for a son who can bend it like Beckham. Read More 

  • Brando

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    Screen legend Marlon's surname has loads more swagger than his first. But little Brando will forever have to endure jokes connected with the actor.Read More 

  • Bronson

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    This surname has a modern yet old New England feel, perhaps because of the association with the transcendental teacher and reformer Bronson (born Amos Bronson) Alcott, father of Louisa May.... Read More 

  • Burke

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    Simple, usable surname choice. Read More 

  • Burton

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    Prissy, no matter how you spell it. Read More 

  • Chaplin

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    Chaplin carries two very distinctive images: the beloved Little Tramp and a minister, often to the military. It was the baby-name choice of Ever Carridine in 2010.Read More 

  • Cooper

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    The genial yet upscale and preppy Cooper was one of the first occupational last names to catch on -- and Cooper remains a pleasing option.

    Cooper began his rapid climb in 1982 and has... Read More 

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