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Geraldine Chaplin (daughter of Charlie Chaplin and Oona O'Neill) is a famous bearer.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Birthname of Geri Halliwell - pop singer & former Spice Girl.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Geraldine Grundy from the Archie comics.
-- Labonne  1/9/2006
A famous bearer of the name is nominated vice president Geraldine Ferarro.
-- CoBy  4/30/2006
Geraldine Antonia Blank is the birth name of Jerri Blank, the main character of "Strangers With Candy."
-- Baraka  7/4/2006
Geraldine Granger is the vicar of Dibley, played by Dawn French.
-- Anonymous User  8/19/2006
This name was created by the Earl of Surrey in the 16th century as a poetic nickname for Lady Elizabeth Fitzgerald (Gerald + the feminine ending '-ine').
-- Anonymous User  3/30/2007
Weird. But kinda cool.
-- lilly_g  2/12/2008
A famous bearer of this name was stage, film, and television actress Geraldine Page. She won Golden Globe Award for her roles in "Summer and Smoke" (1961) and "Sweet Bird of Youth" (1962), a BAFTA award for her role in "Interiors" (1978), Emmy Award for her television work on "A Christmas Memory" and "The Thanksgiving Visitor", and an Academy Award for her role in "The Trip to Bountiful" (1985). Notable Broadway roles included the plays "Sweet Bird of Youth" (1959-60), "Agnes of God" (1982-83), and "Blithe Spirit" (1987).
-- AndrewJKD  3/9/2008
I absolutely hate this name. It has that American country girl from the 50s ending -ine added to a masculine name, and you can't get any decent nicknames out of it. I don't like Geri, as it's identical in sound to Jerry, and Jerry makes me think of unbearable middle-aged men.
-- slight night shiver  5/25/2008
My mother's name is GERALDINE. She was named after my grandfather (her father) GERALD, an erasable old German shop teacher. She uses Jerre informally. It always somewhat annoyed me that people would associate her name with FLIP WILSON's character. But she never minded. I think she rather enjoyed it.
-- CoinOpperated  10/14/2008
This is not really a famous bearer of the name, but the Scottish band Glasvegas have a song named "Geraldine". It's a beautiful ode to all the hardworking social workers in the world.
The chorus goes like this:
I will turn, I will turn your tide
Do all that I can to heal you inside
I will be the angel on your shoulder
My name is Geraldine, I'm your social worker

- I think it's beautiful.
-- CB_DK  11/8/2008
Geraldine Granger is the central character in the British comedy "The Vicar of Dibley", played by Dawn French. Great actress/comedienne.
-- walesgal92  4/25/2009
I like this name because of my favorite Spice Girl, Geri Halliwell. I also like the nickname Geri. It's sad that it's not popular, since it sounds prettier than a lot of the girls' names popular now.
-- bananarama  9/7/2009
I'm not sure why, but there is something about this name that appeals to me. It just seems to pull off an effeminate feel, whilst showing strength at the same time. Plus, I can imagine both a child, and a grown woman suiting this particular name.
-- MonsterKitty  10/28/2009
Geraldine Farrar great American classical singer.
-- Anonymous User  3/9/2010
As Geri Halliwell is my favourite from The Spice Girls it's natural that I think this name is okay. Plus I have met her and she's nice which left a good impression of this name on me!
-- starz26  4/14/2010
My grandmother's name is Geraldine, she always goes by Gerry. When I was little, I didn't like the name, but now I think it's kind of cute. I love it every time my grandfather calls her name. She doesn't have a middle name because her father thought that Geraldine was a big enough name for a little girl :P
-- AudraClaire  3/12/2011
This name is about as granny as they get. If this name is possible, then anything is. Its very ugly and indigestible. The only alternative to the rescue is the name "Gerry", pronounced 'Jeh-ree' for this name.
-- MyFartsSmellGood  7/4/2011
My dad was born in 1924 and his middle name was Geraldine. His mother claimed that after she gave birth, the nurse asked her what she wanted to put down on the birth certificate for his name and my grandma instructed her to write "William Gerald Dean" (plus his last name), but the nurse thought she meant "William Geraldine." I don't know why it was never corrected.

So my dad went through his whole life with a girls middle name. He usually omitted the middle name on paperwork or just wrote the initial "G" for the middle name.
-- Anonymous User  5/1/2012
Geraldine Chaplin (born 1944 in Santa Monica, California) is an American actress.
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2012

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