Fame


Fame

Fame or Famous may refer to:

Film, television and stage

* "Fame" (film), a 1980 musical
** "Fame" (1982 TV series), a television adaptation of the film
** "Fame" (musical), a stage adaptation of the film
* "Fame" (2003 TV series), a talent competition
* "Fame" (comedy), a stand-up tour and DVD by Ricky Gervais
* "Lisa Picard is Famous", a 2000 comedy/drama film

Music

* "Fame" (album), by Grace Jones
* "Fame" (single), by God Lives Underwater
* "Famous" (album), by Puddle of Mudd
** "Famous" (song), by Puddle of Mudd
* Fame (duo), a musical duo
* "Fame" (Irene Cara song), the theme to the movie and television series
* "Fame" (David Bowie song)
* FAME Studios, a recording studio
* Georgie Fame, musician

Computing and technology

* FAME (database), a database and programming language
* Full-sky Astrometric Mapping Explorer, a satellite

Other

* Fans of Adult Media and Entertainment Awards
* Famous Stars and Straps, a clothing line

ee also

*Pheme


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  • famé — famé …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • famé — famé, ée [ fame ] adj. • XIIe; bien faméXVe; mal famé (personne) 1690; a. fr. fame, du lat. fama « renommée » → fameux ♦ (1879) Mal famé, se dit d un lieu qui a mauvaise réputation, est fréquenté par des gens du milieu, des malfaiteurs. Maison,… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • fame — n Fame, renown, honor, glory, celebrity, reputation, repute, notoriety, éclat are comparable when they mean the character or state of being widely known by name for one s deeds and, often, one s achievements. Fame is the most inclusive and in… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Fame — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Contenido 1 Cine, televisión y teatro 2 Musica 3 Computación y tecnología …   Wikipedia Español

  • Fame — bezeichnet einen US amerikanischen Spielfilm, siehe Fame – Der Weg zum Ruhm dessen Remake von 2009, siehe Fame (2009) eine US amerikanische Fernsehserie, siehe Fame – Der Weg zum Ruhm (Fernsehserie) ein Musical, siehe Fame – Der Weg zum Ruhm ein… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • fame — [feım] n [U] [Date: 1100 1200; : Old French; Origin: Latin fama report, fame ] the state of being known about by a lot of people because of your achievements win/achieve/gain/find fame ▪ Streisand won fame as a singer before she became an actress …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Fame X — Format Talent show Presented by Sophie Choudry Shilpa Sakhlani Language(s) Hindi No. of series 1 …   Wikipedia

  • fame — [ feım ] noun uncount ** the state of being famous: Kundera achieved international fame while banned in his own country. rise/shoot to fame (=become famous quickly): Albert Finney rose to fame in the British cinema of the early Sixties. fame and… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Fame — (f[=a]m), n. [OF. fame, L. fama, fr. fari to speak, akin to Gr. ???? a saying, report, fa nai to speak. See {Ban}, and cf. {Fable}, {Fate}, {Euphony}, {Blame}.] 1. Public report or rumor. [1913 Webster] The fame thereof was heard in Pharaoh s… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Fame L.A. — Fame L.A. Titre original Fame L.A. Genre Série musicale Créateur(s) Richard Burton Lewis Pays d’origine  États Unis …   Wikipédia en Français


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