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Two famous Marcel's are:
The French realist novelist Marcel Proust.
The French dadaist and surrealist artist Marcel Duchamp.
-- ars musica  11/30/2005
This is my all-time favorite name. It's deep, unique, masculine, and I HIGHLY recommend it to anyone!
-- Mithos514  3/17/2006
Marcel Marceau, the French mime artist, is a famous bearer of this name.
-- Anonymous User  3/22/2006
On the sitcom Friends, I'm pretty sure Ross named his annoying little monkey Marcel.
-- Anonymous User  1/15/2007
Also a boys name in Slovenia.
-- earthnut  7/3/2007
Marcel is also the Czech and Slovak form. [noted -ed]
-- Maggie_Simpson  11/10/2007
I love this name! I don't understand why it isn't used more often.
-- Anonymous User  4/7/2009
It's also used in the Netherlands where it's pronounced MAHR-cel.
-- renee06  7/3/2009
Marcel is also the Catalan form of Marcellus. [noted -ed]
-- paula_vm  7/12/2009
Marcel Pagnol, French filmmaker, playwright and novelist.
-- Arialblack  12/29/2009
This is a good strong name, and it's not frequently used at all. It doesn't sound feminine, but maybe a bit wimpy. It could always be shortened to Marc though, if he felt that way.
-- Aureliano  2/24/2010
It's also Croatian.
-- goricar  4/20/2010
Look up "Marcel the Shell with shoes on" on YouTube. Cutest video ever.
-- Liesl  5/12/2011
I like the look of the name but the pronunciation sounds kind of dopey. I do, however, like the French pronunciation.
-- renee06  2/28/2013
There are many, many translations of this name. Out of all of them, I would select this one because of the association with Marcel Duchamp.
-- dimitridominic  3/19/2013
Marcel Bezen├žon was president of the European Broadcasting Union from 1955-1970; you could also say he's the father of the Eurovision Song Contest.
-- AnastasiaE  8/27/2013

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