|Everett is a male name that's a prime crossover candidate, much like Eliot and Ellery. Its newfound popularity for boys stems from its similarity to trendy sisters Eva and Evelyn.
Everett is a statesmanlike, wintry New England name chosen by over 2,500 parents last year, when it shot up to Number 167, a fashion leap that can be credited to its similarity to trendy girls' names such as Eva and Ava. Its high point was about a century ago, when Everett was a Top 100 name -- and it could get there again: its current Nameberry rank is 49.
Everett Hills is a character in Eugene O'Neill's drama Mourning Becomes Electra. George Clooney and Dermot Mulroney have both played Everetts in recent films; author John Irving named his youngest son Everett, and singer Isaac Hanson has an Everett as well.
Everett McKinley Dirksen, U.S. Senator from Illinois
Everett Sloane, American actor
Everett Eric Lindsay, American NFL football player
Everett Norris Case, American college basketball coach
Everett Dean, American college basketball coach
(Lewis) Everett Scott, American baseball player
(James) Everett Sanders, American political adviser and party chair
Thomas Everett Scott, American actor
John Everett Millais, British painter
Darren Everett Criss, American actor/singer
Rupert Everett, English actor
Dylan Everett, Canadian actor
Mark Everett Sloan, character on TV's "Grey's Anatomy"
Everett Ulysses McGill, main character in film "O Brother, Where Art Thou?"
Everett Hills, Congregational minister in "Mourning Becomes Electra"
Everett Stone, character in film "The Family Stone"
Everett Hitch, soft-spoken gunslinger in "Appaloosa" by Robert B. Parker
Lee Everett, character in "The Walking Dead Game"
Everett Hanson, son of singer Isaac Hanson
Everet, Evritt, Everhard, Evered, Everhardt, Everhardo, Evret, Evrit, Everit, Everhar, Everitt, Evrett, Evraud
Eberhard (German) Evert (Swedish)