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Not that famous, but Fred and his twin brother George are the major pranksters of the Weasley family in J.K. Rowling's famous series "Harry Potter." They adore playing jokes and breaking rules, and of course they were born on (when else?!) April Fool's Day.
Fred Flintstone - yabadabadooo!
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Fred is the first name of Mr. Rogers.
Fred Durst is the lead singer of Limp Bisket.
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Fred is the leader of the crew in Scooby Dooby Doo!
I'm not a big fan of this name. All I can think of when I hear it is Fred Phelps.
Fred Mertz, played by William Frawley, was Ricky and Lucy's landlord and best friend in the TV show _I Love Lucy_. His whole name was Fredrick Hobart Edie Mertz.
A famous bearer was the English TV presenter, and national institution, Fred Dibnah.
Fred Weasley (jr), the son of George Weasley and Angelina Johnson in Harry Potter.
Fred Figglehorn is the six year old character in the YouTube series, with examples like "Fred on Thanksgiving" and "Fred goes Swimming."
Fred Burke was a major character in the later seasons of Angel. She was played by Amy Acker. In this case, 'Fred' was short for 'Winifred'. I thought it was cute, way better than the nickname Winnie.
I can't believe that nobody on this comment board has mentioned the greatest dancer of the 20th century FRED ASTAIRE!
If someone asked me the first person I think of when I hear the name Fred, I would automatically say Fred Jones from Scooby Doo - which isn't necessarily a bad thing! In the tv show, Fred was always good looking and a leader. On the other hand, another Fred kids will think of is Fred Figglehorn, the Youtube character, who is insane.
Fred Jones from Scooby-Doo.
Ebenezer Scrooge's nephew (son of his sister Fan), in Charles Dickens' 1843 'A Christmas Carol' and subsequent adaptions.
Fred Toyosaburo Korematsu was an American civil rights activist who objected to the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II. Shortly after the Imperial Japanese Navy launched its attack on Pearl Harbor, President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066, which authorized the removal of individuals of Japanese ancestry living on the West Coast from their homes and their mandatory imprisonment in internment camps, but Korematsu instead challenged the orders and became a fugitive.
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