User comments for Wren (Famous Bearer Only)

A maiden being trained as a priestess in Marion Zimmer Bradley's "Avalon" series.
Alane  10/14/2005
Wren is the name of the heroine in Sherwood Smith's book, "Wren to the Rescue."
Kelpie  1/11/2007
Wren is Tom and Hester's only child in the books Infernal Devices and Darkling Plain which are part of the Mortal Engines quartet by Philip Reeves.
Luangi  4/29/2007
Wren Stevens from the television series Even Stevens. She is the older sister of Louis. Portrayed by Christie Carlson Romano. Wren is the epitome of perfect and quite the opposite from her younger brother. Even Stevens is about them not getting along, as well as other teenage problems and things.
Libby2  12/30/2007
Ren Stevens on the tv show Even Stevens was named Ren spelled R-e-n. There was no double u W. I looked it up on IMDb to be sure, but I remember she had the letter R in her room or something. Ren can be a nickname for Renata/Renate.
― Anonymous User  2/8/2012
Wren is the baby, and the youngest child, in the comic strip Baby Blues.
― Anonymous User  5/22/2011
Although this appears to be used primarily as a girl's name, Wren Kingston is a male character on "Pretty Little Liars."
Marauder  8/31/2014
Rebel by Amy Tintera.
― Anonymous User  2/1/2016
A famous bearer of this name - in a way - was fashion designer L'Wren Scott (April 28, 1964 – March 17, 2014). Though her birth name was actually Laura.
erb816  6/16/2016

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