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5 Celebrities Who Use Stage Names

We all are known by our names, however there are many famous Hollywood celebrities who are known by their pseudonyms. These celebrities are known for their stage names as they always think that a good stage name may help you achieving a better acceptance.

 A number of these celebrities have changes their names to avoid confusion, some let go their middle names and few used variations of family names. The list includes celebrities like Tom Cruise – born Thomas Cruise Mapother IV, Natalie Portman – born Natalie Hershlag, David Bowie – born David Robert Jones, Katy Perry – born Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson, Freddie Mercury – born Farrokh Bulsara, Miley Cyrus – born Destiny Hope Cyrus, Alicia Keys – born Alicia Augello Cook, Marilyn Monroe – born Norma Jeane Mortenson, Julianne Moore – born Julie Anne Smith, Elton John – born Reginald Kenneth Dwight and many more.

Thomas Cruise Mapother

Natalie Hershlag

Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson

Farrokh Bulsara

Destiny Hope Cyrus

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