Comments for the name Ariel

Comments for ARIEL:

Famous bearers of this name include Mexican actor Ariel López Padilla (b. 1962).
-- alberto  12/10/2004
One namesake is Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon. By the way, the archangel is Uriel, not Ariel.
-- Anonymous User  3/27/2005
Ariel Sharon (Hebrew: אֲרִיאֵל שָׁר‏וֹן, also known by his diminutive Arik אָרִיק) (born February 27, 1928) is a former Israeli politician and general.
-- sweetbabe  11/21/2006
It's also the main mermaid who married Prince Eric in Little Mermaid.
-- SeaShellClub  9/4/2005
Ariel, in the Bible, was a leader who served under Ezra (See Ezra 8:16).
-- DLB  8/30/2006
Ariel Rot (born in Buenos Aires, 19 April 1960) is an Argentine musician and singer.
-- sweetbabe  11/21/2006
Ariel is the eldest daughter of Joe and Allison in the TV show, Medium, based on an actual family.
-- Belle  3/21/2007
There are many famous movies that feature women named Ariel: Footloose, Grumpy Old Men, In America and the tv series Medium and Fallen (ABC Family mini-series).

There many famous young women named Ariel as well: three Hollywood actresses-Ariel Gade, Ariel Waller and Ariel Winter. Actress Cybill Shephard's daughter is named Ariel as well.
-- Anonymous User  8/9/2007
The teenage daughter in my favorite tv series, Medium, is named Ariel. It's such a pretty name.
-- Anonymous User  5/19/2008
Ariel is the name of a major Alliance planet on the TV series Firefly.
-- Anonymous User  8/25/2008
There are three beautiful Hollywood actresses named Ariel! Ariel Gade, Ariel Waller and Ariel Winter. It's such a pretty name.
-- Alannah  9/17/2008
The book "The Canada Geese Quilt" has a heroine named Ariel.
-- Martha Gold  4/4/2009
Ariel Winter is an actress from the comedy Modern Family she plays Alex Dunphy.
-- ebenezer_scrouge  9/19/2011
In the two "Footloose" films and the play, the heroine is named Ariel.
-- Martha Gold  2/25/2012
In the final book of "Series of Unfortunate Events," there's a character named Ariel. Also, Ariel is the name of the titular character in the book "Ariel" by Kate Tiffany, which was inspired by the character of the same name in Shakespeare's "The Tempest."
-- Martha Gold  7/27/2013

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