In the novel The Notebook (1996) by Nicholas Sparks, Allie Nelson is a woman who is born around 1917 as the daughter of a wealthy American businessman. Her eyes are emerald green and she has medium long, blonde hair. After a succesful career as a painter, Allie is diagnosed with Alzheimer's.
In the movie Alles Is Liefde (2007) Kiki Jollema is a young woman who has to dress up as a gift box and ride a horse-drawn carriage through Amsterdam as a promotion act for the perfume store she works for. However, she has no idea what she's doing and ends up making a fool out of herself. She has a brother named Victor and she's envious of his relationship with his boyfriend because she can't seem to find true love herself.
In the novel I Play the Drums in a Band called okay (2008) by Toby Litt, Lindsay is an unattractive Canadian woman who wears thick glasses and has thick, brown hair. After having worked at a library for years, she eventually publishes her own bundle of poetry.
In the play King Lear (ca. 1605) by William Shakespeare, Regan is an evil, jealous, ruthless, treacherous and amoral English princess. She has two sisters named Cordelia and Goneril.
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In the movie All About Eve (1950) Addison DeWitt is a theater critic who considers himself essential to the theater. He does not allow anyone to not take him seriously.
In the movie She's the Man (2006) Duke Orsino is an athletic American teenage boy who is on his high school soccer team. Although he may look a bit tough on the outside, he really is a nice and sensitive guy on the inside.
In the movie How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) Eben is a young, poor forest ranger in snowy Maine.
In the TV series Xena: Warrior Princess (1995-2001) Lykus is an innocent young boy from a small village with dark blonde hair. He has two siblings named Argolis and Sarita.
In the movie Psycho (1960) Milton Arbogast is a middle-aged American private detective in the 1950s.
In the novel Reservation Blues (1995) by Sherman Alexie, Scott Heavy Burden is a Native American man and a recreational basketball player. His birth name is Socrates and he has two brothers: Phil (nickname for Plato) and Art (nickname for Aristotle).