Billie Jo Spears. For some reason Nashville Songwriters think that longer song titles = better quality (The Smiths should have killed that practice but I digress). It's only natural that Nashville singers adopt hideously long names as well, and Billie Jo Spears was one of the Early Pioneers of the three-name craze. Too bad her songs weren't as good as her name. DQ character actors FTW (who probably had to use their middle names in getting their SAG card)! James Earl Jones (O teh DEJA VU) Eugene Robert Glaser (who names their son Eugene these days? DQ for geeky parents) Philip Baker Hall (you watch a LOT of TV, don't you? Good choice BTW) Lesley Anne Warren (you had to search for this one didn't you - DQ for obscurity) Err, Gian Lorenzo Bernini. Space is at such a premium in Roma that they avoid blank spaces whereever possible. Thus I will go with the Italian spelling - Gianlorenzo Bernini. Two words. DQ Protip: in Rome, he's just Bernini. One word, lilke Rafaello and Michaelangelo.