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Wesley Wales "Wes" Anderson, American film director Wesley Earl "Wes" Craven, American film director Wesley "Wes" Studi, American actor Wesley Carter "Wes" Welker, American NFL football player John Wesley "Wes" Chatham, American actor Wesley Cook "Wes" Bentley, American actor Westley Sissel "Wes" Unseld, American basketball player Wes, character in the mobile game "High School Story" Wes Gibbins, character from TV show "How to Get Away with Murder" Wes, character in Freeform's "Recovery Road" Wesley is one of a group of W-starting surname names reminiscent of the Old West that are making a comeback, now in the Top 140--though not as well used as it was in the 1970s, when he ranked as high as Number 66. Many boys given this English place name in the past were done so to honor the founder of Methodism, John Wesley and his influential brother Charles, who probably came from one of the various towns in England called Westley. The use of the appellation as a first name began during their lifetime, but its use has spread independent of its religious associations. Two well known bearers of the name are retired general and one-time presidential hopeful Wesley Clark and actor Wesley Snipes. A pair of movie directors known by their nicknames were born as Wesley: Wes Anderson and Wes Craven, while jazz guitarist Wes Montgomery was christened John Leslie. Many people will associated the name with John Wesley Hardin, celebrated by both Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan in song. Wesley Crusher is a character from Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Wesley Wyndam-Pryce appeared in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and, more prominently, in Angel. Wesley Kanne Clark, U.S. Army general Wesley Trent Snipes, American actor Wesley Cook "Wes" Bentley, American actor Wesley Wales "Wes" Anderson, American screenwriter and director Wesley Carter "Wes" Welker, American NFL football player Wesley Earl "Wes" Craven, American film director Wesley "Wes" Studi, American actor John Wesley "Wes" Chatham, American actor Wesley Woodyard, American NFL football player Wesley Sneijder, Dutch footballer Wesley Stromberg, musician of American band Emblem3 Wesley Chapman, son of reality TV personality Dog the Bounty Hunter Wesley Burrowes, Irish playwright and screenwriter Wesley Moodie, South African tennis player Wesley Merritt, U.S. Civil War general Wesley Barbasa So, Filipino-American chess champion Wesley "Wes" Chan, American YouTube filmmaker of Wong Fu Productions Wesley Jonathan, American actor John and Charles Wesley, founders of the Methodist Church Wesley Crusher, character on TV's "Star Trek: The Next Generation" Wesley Pegden (character from Last of the Summer Wine) Wesley Wyndam-Pryce (character from the American TV series 'Angel') Wesley Gibson (character from the movie 'Wanted') Wesley Snipes- Liz Lemon love interest on 30 Rock Wesley Hodges, character from American TV show "The Torkelsons" Wesley, character in Mew Mew Power Wesley Owens (character from Mr. Belvedere) Wesley Rush from "The DUFF" Westley, character from "The Princess Bride" Dr. Wesley "Wes" Maxfield, character on TV's "The Vampire Diaries" Weston, Wes, Wessley, Wezley, West, Westbrook, Westleigh, Westley, Westcott, Wesly, Westcott Building and Fountain, historic building at Florida State University