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Graham Greene is a well known author.
-- Anonymous User  12/13/2005
Actor Graham Chapman (1941-1989) was a Monty Python member.
-- Anonymous User  12/21/2005
Graham Coxon is the former guitarist of popband Blur.
-- Anonymous User  12/22/2005
Will Graham is one of the main characters of the novel Red Dragon. He is the man who captured Hanninal "the cannibal" Lecter.
-- Anonymous User  12/23/2005
I have always liked this name, it is manly yet gentle. Not overly popular either.
-- Anonymous User  4/26/2006
Graham Colton is the lead singer of a rock band appropriatly named The Graham Colton Band.
-- Anonymous User  5/2/2006
Graham Nash is a Manchester, England, musician who first became popular as a member of the British Invasion band The Hollies. Later, he was a part of the 70s supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash, and (sometimes) Young. Nash has also done solo work and still tours with CSNY on occasion.
-- WeloveyouJesseLacey  6/2/2006
This is the name of my brother-in-law's father and I like it. It's very underused and I never hardly hear anyone called it nowadays.
-- corrielover  8/10/2006
Billy Graham and his son Franklin Graham are two well-known evangelists.
-- breakofday  11/7/2006
Graham Pritchard - extremely minor Harry Potter character who started at Hogwarts in Harry's fourth year. He was in Slytherin.
-- Anonymous User  5/5/2007
I love the name Graham! IT'S SO HANDSOME! I just melt when I hear this name! Uh!
-- applemilk  9/10/2007
I've only encountered one Graham in my life and I will forever picture someone with that name as strong, very tall, and masculine. I suggest pairing a strong name like this with a strong last name too. Otherwise, it just might sound ridiculous. =)
-- Anonymous User  9/27/2007
It's an okay name, in my opinion, but it makes me think of Graham crackers.
-- Penneyperson  1/7/2008
Graham is Iris' brother in the movie "Holiday". He is portrayed by Jude Law.
-- czechcrazy  1/18/2008
Graham Kennedy is Australia's King of Comedy.
-- RazzleDazzle  1/25/2008
I love it. But I really dislike the spelling "Graeme" which for some reason doesn't hit top 1000 but is very popular for boys under 10 in my area. Also, it makes me think of Graham crackers. These two things really put me off the name.
-- spaz123  3/23/2008
Graham off the Jeremy Kyle show! What a legend!
-- Anonymous User  4/5/2008
Graham Phillips was Ben Tennyson in the live-action film version of the cartoon television show, Ben Ten.
-- BoiCrazii  5/28/2008
This is my brother's name, but it's spelled Gram. He was named after singer Gram Parsons.
-- LissaM30  1/11/2009
South African cricket captain Graeme Smith was named (almost) after his father, Graham Smith.
-- Anneza  1/12/2009
I adore the name Graham. I think it is nice for both genders. My family is thinking about naming my soon-to-be half-brother Graham. Very modern but a little too youthful. Graham was also a contestant on the Bachelorette with DeAnna Pappas.
-- Anonymous User  1/12/2009
Graham is the birth name of rock guitarist Alvin Lee.
-- Beberlechien  5/14/2009
It sounds boring and bland, and it makes me think of the annoying Ashley Graham from Resident Evil.
-- bananarama  8/2/2009
In my opinion, this name ages well. For a little boy, it sounds cute and endearing. For a teenaged boy, it sounds sounds strong and handsome, yet youthful. For a man, it sounds mature enough, but it still sounds handsome. For an elderly man, it sounds wise and respectful. Overall, in my opinion, this name is just a perfect fit, for any age! It's strong, it's handsome, it's smart, it's mature, and, quite bluntly, I find it kind of sexy!
-- poppiesandsweettea  8/23/2009
Graham crackers! Yummy. Especially in milk, sprinkled with sugar. I'm thinkin' it must have been a brand name at some point.
-- Atarah Derek  12/7/2009
In Scotland, it's always pronounced GRAY-am. If you pronounce it "gram" here, you might get a few blank looks!
-- Anonymous User  8/8/2010
Not just Scotland! The name is pronounced GRAY-əm everywhere else but North America. It's so embarrassing hearing people pronounce it GRAM! *cringe!*
-- Anonymous User  6/26/2011
Graham Norton, host of the British chat show, "The Graham Norton Show."
-- maxwelledison  5/27/2011
I think the name is adorable. Like Evan, another name I like, it possesses the qualities of both a good boy and a bad boy.
-- Cky297  6/25/2011
Graham Bell (1910-1943) was a British painter and art critic born in South Africa.
-- Anonymous User  9/10/2011
I'm surprised that he wasn't mentioned before: Alexander Graham Bell, the inventor of the telephone! Okay, it is his middle name, but still.
-- Irangemi  1/12/2012
Sheriff Graham Humbert is a character on the ABC fantasy drama Once Upon a Time. He is portrayed by Jamie Dornan.
-- jbr1234  1/11/2013
I really like this name, even though it reminds me of Graham crackers :P.
-- Oohvintage  1/13/2013
Graham Young (1947-1990) was a British serial killer.
-- Anonymous User  8/1/2013
I have never liked this as a first name. I don't like how it sounds, whether it's said as "Gram" or as "GRAY-am". There's just something restricted and unpleasant to me when I say it. It also makes me think of Graham crackers, unfortunately, and when said the North American way, of "Gram" as in Grandma or "gram" the measurement of weight. The meaning of the name isn't the nicest for a first name, either. Much better left as a perfectly fine surname. If you simply must use it, make it a middle name.
-- la-petite-rachel  2/16/2014
I think Graham would make an awesome middle name! Since it's one syllable it would go with a lot of names.
-- hattie98  3/24/2014

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