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Alec Guinness was a famous actor, to a lot of people he is mostly Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars.
― Anonymous User  12/14/2005
Alec Ramsay is the hero of "The Black Stallion" book series.
breakofday  1/7/2006
Alec was the nickname they used for Tyrone Power's character in the classic film of 1938: "Alexander's Ragtime Band". Nice film but "Alec" sounds silly.
― Anonymous User  6/1/2006
The name Alec will seem eternally sexy to you if you ever read the novel Maurice by E. M. Forster (perhaps even more so if you see the film). Alec Scudder is the gamekeeper.
Marauder  11/9/2006
Actor Alec Baldwin is a famous bearer.
― Anonymous User  3/26/2007
Alec D'Urberville is a character in Thomas Hardy's novel Tess of the D'Urbervilles, the story of a girl descended from a once-wealthy family who seeks the aid of those bearing her family name, though they are not her kinsmen at all, but merely annexed it. She is a bit of a naive country girl raised in the Vale of Blackamoor.
Bastien Rosier  4/4/2008
Alec Empire, an electronic music artist and member of the electrorock band Atari Teenage Riot. I can't say I like his music much, but a couple of his ambient tracks, Low on Ice and The Report, are fantastic.
slight night shiver  5/14/2008
Alec Lightwood, a character from "Mortal Instruments".
Black_X  10/5/2010
Alec Hardison is the name of a character on the show Leverage.
RoseWeasley95  9/19/2011
Reminds me of "Alec Eiffel" by the Pixies.
unafraidofbears  9/18/2013
Alec Nathan Wildenstein was a French-born American billionaire businessman, art dealer, racehorse owner, and breeder. Born in Marseille, Wildenstein was raised in New York City where his family owned and operated an art gallery. In 1875, his great-grandfather founded a business dealing in art. His father, Daniel Wildenstein, was a distinguished scholar of impressionism whose career and dominant personality overshadowed his son's achievements. Daniel Wildenstein did not think a university education was necessary for his two sons to work in the family business. Daniel Wildenstein had a passion for racehorses, which his son shared.
cutenose  2/27/2017

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