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Gender: M Meaning of Bryce: "speckled, freckled" Origin of Bryce: Variation of Brice, Scottish surname Bryce's Popularity in 2016: #146

This spelling of Brice relates the name to Utah's spectacular Bryce Canyon -- and is more than ten times more popular for both genders than the original Brice. Basketball's LeBron James named his son Bryce Maximus James, and in one of his early movies, John Cusack played a Bryce in Sixteen Candles.

Famous People Named Bryce

Bryce Cotton, American basketball player
Bryce Courtenay, South African-Australian novelist
Bryce DeWitt, American theoretical physicist
Bryce Dejean-Jones, American basketball player
Bryce Pinkham, American theatre actor
Bryce Harper, American baseball player
Bryce Alford, American basketball player
Bryce Papenbrook, American voice actor
Bryce William Petty, American NFL player
Bryce Lee Brown, American NFL player
Bryce David Dessner, American composer and guitarist of The National
Bryce Drummond (b. 2002), son of "Pioneer Woman" Ree Drummond
Bryce Maximus James (b. 2007), son of American basketball player LeBron James
Bryce Thomas Crabtree (b. 2010), son of NFL player Tom Crabtree
Bryce Alden (b. 2012), son of drummer Elaine Bradley of Neon Trees
Bryce Harper Bedwell (b. 2015), son of Kayla Jordan and Zach Bedwell of TV's "16 and Pregnant"

Pop Culture References for the name Bryce

Bryce Varley, character on TV's "FlashForward"
Bryce Larkin, character on TV's "Chuck"
Bryce Savage, character in "Sims" series
Bryce, character in film "Sixteen Candles"

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