Comments for the name René

Comments for RENÉ:

René Lacoste was a famous French tennis player, businessman, and innovator, nicknamed "the crocodile" by fans; he is now mostly known as being the namesake of the Lacoste tennis shirt, which he introduced in 1929.
-- Anonymous User  12/28/2005
Actress Rene Russo is a famous (female) bearer.
-- Anonymous User  1/24/2006
A famous bearer was Dr. René Favaloro (1923-2000), cardiothoracic and cardiovascular surgeon. He developed the technique of the aorto-coronary by-pass.
-- Acquarella  4/20/2006
Michelle Rene Thomas, who starred in the television show "Little Men", is a famous (female) bearer of the name, as a middle name.
-- Diamante04  6/28/2006
René Slováčková amd René Steinke are famous bearers.
-- Maggie_Simpson  8/4/2006
Another famous René was the French WWI Ace René Fonck. He was the highest scoring Allied Ace during World War One with 75 kills.

As for myself it's funny getting all sorts of Beauty Pageants and stuff in the mail for Miss Renee. Maybe if they got the spelling right they would get the gender right.
-- ReneJr  6/21/2007
Singer/Actress Sherie René Scott.
-- i-heart-me  5/27/2008
In the manga for Ouran High School Host Club, Tamaki was called René Tamaki Richard Grantaine while he lived in France.
-- Wulfi-chan  5/30/2008
René Strickler is an Argentine-Mexican actor. Very handsome too. =D
-- Elianita  12/15/2008
Don't forget Rene Magritte, the Belgian artist who created those famous paintings of people with their faces covered--especially the one with the green apple (possibly a self-portrait). He did so because his mother drowned and when they pulled her out of the water, her face was covered in her clothing.
-- Anonymous User  4/30/2009
Rene Auberjonois is an actor with a long list of both acting and voice credits including Clayton Endicott III on "Benson", Odo on "Deep Space Nine", and Chef Louie in Disney's "The Little Mermaid".
-- gala  1/15/2010
René Descartes (1596–1650) was a famous French mathematician and Rationalist philosopher, best known for the statement, "Cogito ergo sum" (I think, therefore I am).
-- auffie  4/23/2013

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