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Ainsley is the name of American Actress Emily Procter's character on the TV series "The West Wing".
Charlie1977  7/24/2005
British television chef Ainsley Harriot.
hana  2/7/2006
Ainsley Harriott is a British celebrity chef. His most well-known role is perhaps that of presenting the quick-fire cookery programme Ready Steady Cook.
LMS  8/5/2007
Ainsley Waugh is a Jamaican sprinter.
LMS  8/5/2007
Ainsley Brooks is currently an occasional extra on the British soap opera Eastenders.
LMS  8/5/2007
There was a contestant in Cycle 14 of America's Next Top Model named Ainsley. I think she came in 7th overall.
wbbuff  5/14/2010
It was at a Frank Zappa concert when I first heard Aynsley, both the name and the drummer. I urge the web masters to add Aynsley Dunbar to the Namesakes sub-menu. I'm surprised nobody has yet mentioned him here. I'm thrilled to be the first.

His accomplishments span decadees with a long list of music luminaries in performance and recording. He well deserves his induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame in 2017, as a member of the band Journey.
Aethanael  1/28/2018
My name is Ainsley and I was named after Ainsley Gotto, (both Australian). Ainsley Gotto recently passed away (March 2018). I was born in the late 1970s and as I grew up, I couldn't be but intrigued by my namesake.

Widely described as a trailblazer for women in politics and business, Ainsley Gotto was intelligent, hardworking and an astute business woman in her own right. At just 21 years of age, Ainsley Gotto was appointed the personal private secretary to Australia's then Prime Minister John Gorton (this is in effect the same as being appointed Chief of Staff). She was known to have a savage wit and disdain for political correctness. She was also very beautiful. She stayed classy until the end, ignoring the incessant rumour-mongers.

I have loved having an uncommon name and I really think that Ainsley Gotto was someone whose characteristics I admired and wanted to wear for myself!

I get called Ains most commonly which is okay with me. I also find my name difficult to pronounce myself. My maternal grandparents were Greek and couldn't pronounce it at all, instead calling me Angelia. That was okay with me too.
Ainsley  3/24/2018

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