stage name


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Noun1.stage name - the pseudonym of an actor
anonym, nom de guerre, pseudonym - a fictitious name used when the person performs a particular social role
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stage name

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References in classic literature ?
Miss B'retta Sprowls--you may have heard of her--Oh, that was just the stage names --right there over the dresser is where the marriage certificate hung, framed.
The musician's stage name sounds like the way some people used to call 2,000 and he was in the news a few months ago over a court case between him and another musician whose stage name has 'Boy' as part of it.
Generally known by his stage name, C4 Pedro, he won three categories, including Best Lusophone, and Crossing Boundaries with Music, at the African Muzic Magazine Awards (AFRIMMA) in October.
Summary: Amir Shaheed-Edwards, who goes by the stage name Bravo, says the group stole from his song 'All My Life'
Organized by the National Federation of Agricultural Cooperative Associations, the 'kome dance' or 'rice dance' features a 60-year-old grandmother who goes by the stage name 'Tachiflower', reports RocketNews24.
We are happier if we are asked to perform a live session with our masks on, rather than asked to take it off," said a band member who uses the stage name Nodoka Sakura.
I think I'm quite traditional but your stage name is your stage name.
What stage name was adopted by the English ballerina Lilian Marks?
What is the stage name of Sir Thomas John Woodward?
Ethel Gabison, also known by her stage name Ethel Booba, is an actor, stand-up comedian, TV show host and recording artist.
The 41-year-old American rapper, who initially chose the stage name Snoop Doggy Dogg, had changed it to Snoop Dogg, and more recently Snoop Lion, has changed his name again to Snoopzilla, News.
Egglescliffe School pupil Bethanie Coates, 14, who performs under the stage name Boo, sailed through to the area final of the national TeenStar competition.