Donald Sutherland named his son Keifer. I admit to being immature, but I can't believe that I'm the only one who thinks "Qweefer" every time I hear his name. Adolescence must've been hard for young Qweefer, especially when he was rockin' this 'do:
This is unfortunate.
Next up is Jermaine Jackson. Recently I heard that he has a son named--wait for it!--Jermajesty. Jermajesty! It would be hilarious if it wasn't so tragic for the poor kid.
Determined to keep pounding (the royalty theme) in kids is Jermaine's slightly more famous brother, the eccentric and child-friendly Michael Jackson. He named his first son Prince Michael. The second son came along and, fresh out of ideas, he is christened Prince Michael II but is differentiated from his brother by the completely normal nickname Blanket.
Once upon a time, children, this man had a nose!
The always nerdy Nicholas Cage thought his son would have a chance if he named him after Superman. I bet Kal-El Cage will be super popular with the ladies!
(Not if he looks like this)
Jason Lee is a pretty cool dude, with the exception of course of his choice to bestow the name "Pilot Inspektor" to his son. Actually Pilot isn't so terrible but Inspektor is pushing it. And as if the kid won't have enough 'splainin' to do when he's older, he also will have to constantly correct people who mistakenly spell "Inspector" the right way.
Better add P.I. to your list now, Lee.
And finally, there's Frank Zappa, who I'm pretty sure just threw a dictionary against the wall, went to the open page, vomited up last night's liquor dinner, then pointed to random words to string together names for his children: Moon Unit, Ahmet, Dweezil (well maybe this is urban dictionary we're talking about), and my personal favorite, Diva Thin Muffin, which is basically the same as bestowing an eating disorder on your daughter.
It's Moon Unit, with a 'stache!