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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Full Name: Prince Rogers Nelson

Born: June 7, 1958

Home: Minneapolis, MN

Website Link(s): Official Site



  • Vocals
  • Guitar
  • Bass
  • Keyboards
  • Drums
  • Many Others




Member of

  • Madhouse
  • 94 East
  • The Family
  • Grand Central
  • Champagne

Has Notably Worked with

  • Brownmark
  • Apollonia
  • Apollonia 6
  • Andre Cymone
  • The Bangles
  • Tevin Campbell
  • Morris Day
  • Ingrid Chavez
  • Candy Dulfer
  • Margie Cox
  • Sheila E.
  • Sheena Easton
  • Doctor Fink
  • Carmen Electra
  • Cat Glover
  • T.C. Ellis
  • Rosie Gaines
  • Clare Fischer
  • Morris Hayes
  • Jill Jones
  • Elisa Fiorillo
  • Eric Leeds
  • Larry Graham
  • Jimmy Jam
  • Mayte Garcia
  • Jesse Johnson
  • Bobby "Z" Rivkin
  • Chaka Khan
  • Maceo Parker
  • Patti LaBelle
  • Levi Seacer, Jr.
  • Terry Lewis
  • Sinéad O'Connor
  • Támar
  • Wendy And Lisa
  • Martika
  • Michael Bland
  • Mazarati
  • Sonny Thompson
  • Mavis Staples
  • Jevetta Steele
  • The Steeles
  • The Time
  • Vanity
  • Vanity 6
  • Miles Davis
  • Larry Graham
  • George Clinton
  • Maceo Parker
  • Ani DiFranco
  • Madonna
  • Kate Bush
  • Rosie Gaines
  • Gwen Stefani
  • Chuck D
  • Angie Stone
  • Sheryl Crow
  • Stevie Nicks
  • Céline Dion
  • Nona Hendryx
  • Rosie Gaines
  • Elisa Fiorillo
  • Mica Paris
  • Paula Abdul
  • Nona Gaye
  • Taja Sevelle
  • Kenny Rogers
  • Earth, Wind & Fire
  • Joe Cocker
  • Graham Central Station
  • El DeBarge
  • Howard Hewett
  • Ingrid Chavez
  • Jill Jones
  • Deborah Allen
  • Louie Louie
  • The Steeles
  • Jevetta Steele
  • Ren Woods
  • Dale Bozzio
  • The Three O'Clock
  • Lois Lane
  • Eric Leeds
  • T.C. Ellis
  • Kahoru Kohiruimaki
  • MPLS
  • Margie Cox
  • Van Gogh

Musician Biography

Prince has worked with almost everybody in the world. He's also known for being an absolute perfectionist and the only artist to consistently turn down "Weird Al" Yankovic's requests to do song parodies. (In retaliation, "Weird Al" Yankovic typically makes jokes at Prince's expense, though it's pretty clearly done out of love for his music, as shown by the tribute/style-parody "Traffic Jam", on Alapalooza. He's been referrred to as The Artist Formerly Known As Prince and just The Artist, but he's back to just plain Prince now. He's had a very long, very prolific career, and has just released a new record.



  • For You
  • Prince
  • Dirty Mind
  • Controversy
  • 1999
  • Purple Rain
  • Around the World in a Day
  • Parade
  • Sign “O” the Times
  • Lovesexy
  • Batman
  • Graffiti Bridge
  • Diamonds and Pearls
  • Love Symbol
  • The Hits/The B-Sides
  • The Hits 1
  • The Hits 2
  • Goldnigga
  • The Beautiful Experience
  • 1-800 NEW FUNK
  • Come
  • The Black Album
  • The Gold Experience
  • Exodus
  • Girl 6
  • Chaos And Disorder
  • Emancipation
  • Crystal Ball
  • Newpower Soul
  • 1999: The New Master
  • The Vault: Old Friends 4 Sale
  • Rave Un2 the Joy Fantastic
  • Rave In2 the Joy Fantastic
  • The Very Best Of Prince
  • The Rainbow Children
  • One Nite Alone...
  • One Nite Alone... Live!
  • Xpectation
  • C-Note
  • N.E.W.S
  • The Chocolate Invasion
  • The Slaughterhouse
  • Musicology
  • 3121
  • Ultimate



  • Soft And Wet
  • Just As Long As We're Together
  • I Wanna Be Your Lover
  • Why You Wanna Treat Me So Bad?
  • Still Waiting
  • Sexy Dancer
  • Uptown
  • Dirty Mind
  • Do It All Night
  • Gotta Stop (Messin' About)
  • Controversy
  • Let's Work
  • Do Me, Baby
  • Little Red Corvette
  • Delirious
  • Let's Pretend We're Married
  • When Doves Cry
  • Let's Go Crazy
  • Purple Rain
  • I Would Die 4 U
  • 1999 / "Little Red Corvette" (Re-Issue)
  • Take Me With U
  • Paisley Park
  • Raspberry Beret
  • Pop Life
  • America
  • Kiss
  • Mountains
  • Anotherloverholenyohead
  • Girls & Boys
  • Sign “O” The Times
  • If I Was Your Girlfriend
  • U Got The Look
  • I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man
  • Hot Thing
  • Alphabet St.
  • Glam Slam
  • I Wish U Heaven
  • Kiss (Re-Issue)
  • Little Red Corvette / "1999" (Re-Issue)
  • Batdance
  • Partyman
  • The Arms Of Orion
  • Scandalous
  • The Future
  • Thieves In The Temple
  • New Power Generation
  • Gett Off
  • Cream
  • Diamonds And Pearls
  • Money Don't Matter 2 Night
  • Insatiable
  • Thunder
  • Sexy M.F./Strollin’
  • My Name Is Prince
  • My Name Is Prince (Remixes)
  • 7
  • The Morning Papers
  • Damn U
  • Pink Cashmere
  • Peach
  • Controversy (Re-Issue)
  • The Most Beautiful Girl In The World
  • The Beautiful Experience
  • Letitgo
  • Space
  • Purple Medley
  • Get Wild
  • The Good Life
  • Count The Days
  • Hate U
  • Gold
  • Girl 6
  • Dinner With Delores
  • Betcha By Golly Wow!
  • The Holy River
  • The Good Life (Re-Issue)
  • The War
  • Come On
  • 1999 (December 1998 Re-Issue)
  • The Greatest Romance Ever Sold
  • 1999 (December 1999 Re-Issue)
  • U Make My Sun Shine
  • Underneath The Cream/Supercute
  • Peace/2045:Radical Man
  • The Daisy Chain/Gamillah
  • The Work, Pt. 1
  • Days Of Wild
  • Musicology
  • Call My Name
  • Cinnamon Girl
  • S.S.T.
  • Te Amo Corazón
  • Black Sweat
  • Fury

Appears On



Mix CDs

Radio Shows

Further Reading

External Links

  • Today in Prince History

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Up to date as of February 02, 2010

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Muppets Tonight guest star
episode 201
Bobo has a hard time understanding 20px-Prince_symbol.svg.png's name.

Prince Rogers Nelson (b. 1958) appeared as a guest star in episode 201 of Muppets Tonight on September 13, 1997. At the time, he was known as (dubbed by the media as the Artist Formerly Known as Prince). A Muppet caricature of the star appeared in the same episode.

Twelve years before, in 1985, Prince won the Academy Award for "Best Original Song Score" for the movie Purple Rain, defeating Jeff Moss, nominated for his work on The Muppets Take Manhattan.

He and Troy Beyer were romantically linked in the 1990s.


See also

External links

  • Official site
  • IMDb
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Marvel Database

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Marvel Database

This is the Prince disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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Up to date as of February 04, 2010

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Leia Organa, Princess of Alderaan.
"She's rich..."
Luke Skywalker, persuading Han Solo to rescue the imprisoned Leia Organa on the first Death Star

Prince was a noble title. The feminine equivalent title was Princess. It was used to indicate the heir of a Monarch, such as Prince Isolder, Prince Xizor, Princess Syayna or Princess Leia Organa; the heir of a Chieftain, such as Princess Kneesaa a Jari Kintaka; or a noble of great power and wealth, such as Prince Xizor. Additionally, a prince could also rule independently or mediatized to a greater lord.

There were also titles such as Princess of Theed, which was owned by numerous persons, including the future Queen of Naboo (the world of Theed), Padmé Amidala. However, this title did not mean that Padmé's parents were the King and Queen, it was a title which later gave her an advantage in the monarch elections of 32 BBY.

In the case of the Galactic Empire of 130 ABY, it was the heir of an emperor, rather than a monarch, with Princess Marasiah Fel.

It was the title of the nobility for members of the Hapan Consortium such as Prince Isolder. The Tof species seemed to possess the title of Princes who were also military leaders of their invasions.



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Prince was a noble title. The feminine equivalent title was Princess. It was used to indicate the heir of a Monarch, such as Prince Isolder or Princess Leia Organa; or a noble of great power and wealth, such as Prince Xizor. Another known Princess was Princess Daesha Kolar of the Dark Galactic Empire

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From Yu-Gi-Oh!

Pharaoh Atem

Pharaoh Atem







Manga debut

Yu-Gi-Oh! Duelist Duel 86:?

Anime debut

Yu-Gi-Oh! Episode 52: The Past is Present



Voice actors

Atem is an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh, who sealed a part of his soul within the Millennium Puzzle. This part of his soul took on the entity Yami Yugi, which resided in the body of Yugi Muto, after Yugi solved the Millennium Puzzle.


Manga and anime biography

3,000 years before the pilot

As son of king Aknamkanon, Atem became heir to the throne and the Millennium Pendant. During his childhood he befriended Mana and was protected by Mahad at times.

Young Atem.

Atem defeated Zorc Necrophades by using a spell which included his name, he then sealed Zorc in the Millennium Ring. He then sealed himself within the Millennium Pendant, erasing his mind in the process to keep the spell from ever being used to resurrect Zorc. The Millennium Pendant was shattered and sealed within his tomb.

Yami Yugi

Main article: Yami Yugi

3,000 years later (5,000 in the English anime), the Millennium Pendant, now known as the Millennium Puzzle was found by Solomon Muto. According to Solomon his companion tried to kill him to take the Pharaoh's treasure for himself, but Solomon had been saved by the apparent spirit of Atem.[1]

Solomon's grandson Yugi Muto solved the Millennium Puzzle, causing Atem, now a disembodied, amnesiac spirit, to reside in Yugi's body.[2] He aided Yugi many times over the course of his adventures, in a form known as "Yami Yugi". Yugi attempts to return the favor by finding the secret of Atem's past.

Shadow RPG

After Yami Yugi completed all his tasks, he presented the Egyptian God Cards to the ancient tablet at the museum.[3] After doing so Yami Yugi was brought to a table, where he played a Shadow RPG with Yami Bakura.[4] Pharaoh Atem was one of Yami Yugi's characters and had all of Yami's memories.

Atem wakes up on his throne, still stripped of his memories prior to sealing himself in the Millennium Puzzle.[5] Shimon Muran tells him off for sleeping. Atem mistakenly calls him Grandpa, due to his resemblance to Yugi's Grandfather. Atem learns that there are six chosen priests in this world, who guard the Millennium Items.[5]

He is quick to learn the Ancient Egyptian style of dueling; He witnesses the priests extract the ba from a criminal and seal it in a tablet.[5] Thief King Bakura then arrives, after plundering the tomb of Atem's father, Pharaoh Aknamkanon and dragging the treasures and his corpse as far as the palace. Seto and Bakura Summon Monster Kas, which battle. Bakura's Diabound defeats Seto's dragon. He mocks Atem by trampling on his father's corpse. As the priests Summon more monsters to fight Diabound, Atem walks over and takes his father's body from Bakura. The priests desperately use their monsters to protect Atem as he does so. Atem steps in to avenge his father and summons Obelisk the Tormentor. Obelisk battles Diabound. Bakura realizes he can't win, so he and Diabound flee.

Atem spots Bakura leaving the palace, after he had snuck in to possess Aknadin with Zorc. Atem chases after Bakura on horseback and battles Diabound, now powered by the Millennium Ring.[6] Atem summons Slifer the Sky Dragon[6], but Bakura is able to take advantage of Slifer protecting the civilians.[7] Diabound manages to defeat Slifer and Atem runs out of ba.[8] Atem's friends from the modern world, Yugi, Téa, Joey and Tristan come to his assistance. Yugi combines ba with Atem and together they summon the third Egyptian God, The Winged Dragon of Ra.[8] Ra transforms into God Phoenix and manages to defeat Diabound[9], but Zorc, in control of Aknadin, reverses time bringing back Diabound and pulling Atem's friends away from him. Without Yugi's ba, Ra leaves. Diabound shatters the ground below Atem, leaving him hang off an edge. Here Bakura takes the Millennium Pendant and leaves him fall.

Atem is left injured in an underground cavarn, believed to be dead for a while. He is guided out by Hassan and spotted by Isis' ka Spiria.

Atem orders the Priests and soldiers to go with him to Kul Elna to face Bakura, rather than let him prepare another attack in their city, with innocent lives at stake.

At Kul Elna, Bakura tells Atem how the Millennium Items were created, by sacrificing the lives of the villagers of Kul Elna. He tried attacking Atem with the ghosts of the villagers seeking revenge, but Mahad now fused with his Illusion Magician ka, returned from the dead as Dark Magician. The Dark Magician fends off the ghosts and fights Diabound. He assures Atem that his father had not known about how the Items were created. With the help of the priests and Mana, Atem and Mahad defeat Diabound,[10] but relinquish the Millennium Key[11] and Scales in the process[12]. Yami Bakura then freezes time in the RPG, allowing Aknadin corrupted by Zorc to gather the remaining Items off the other priests.[10]

Using the Items Aknadin performed the ritual to Summon Zorc Necrophades, while Atem watched helplessly[4]. Zorc attacked Atem and his companions, while they were still frozen, but Hassan arrived just in time to defend them from the attack.[13]

After Yugi defeats a manifestation of Bakura, Yami learns his own name, enabling Atem, in the game, to summon The Creator God of Light, Horakhty, to defeat Zorc before Bakura can summon him to the present.

The Ceremonial Battle

After the Ceremonial Battle, Yami crosses to the afterlife and becomes Atem once again, free to join his friends in the next world.

Forbidden Memories biography

Getting sealed in the Puzzle

The Prince

In Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories, Atem serves as the main protagonist, appearing as the prince of the Amenhotep Dynasty in Ancient Egypt. His name is chosen by the player. With the exception of one scene in the game, he is a silent protagonist. Atem often sneaks out of the palace to spend time at the Dueling Grounds, with the villagers particularly Teana and Jono, who are unaware of his royalty.

After returning to the palace one night, he finds the mage Heishin, now in possession of the Millennium Rod has attacked the palace and demands the Millennium Puzzle. Atem's attendant, Simon Muran, gives Atem the Puzzle and tells him to run. He cannot escape and is confronted by Heishin. Heishin demands the Puzzle. Atem duels him in an attempt to escape. After losing, Simon convinces Atem to shatter the Puzzle.

Returning to the past

After shattering the puzzle, Simon seals Atem and his spirit inside it. He remains there, asleep for a Millennia, until Yugi Muto enters a competition hosted by Seto Kaiba. Shadi, holder of the Millennium Key and Millennium Scale appears and says that he came because of Yugi's Millennium Item. He uses the Key to open Yugi's mind, where he can meet Atem. Atem gives Yugi six cards. Although he doesn't speak, Yugi understands what he wants of him. Yugi defeats all the present day holders of the Millennium Items in the tournament, each time sealing their Item in one of the cards. Using the six cards, Yugi is able to send Atem home.

Battling the Mages

When Atem arrives home the Mages have taken over the dynasty. He heads to the King's Valley in search of the Forbidden Ruins. Here he meets Sadin, who recognizes him as Prince, but does not know the location of the Forbidden Ruins. So Atem returns to the Pharaoh's Palace, which is now in ruins. After confronting and defeating a Mage Soldier here Atem finds a map to the Forbidden Ruins. Atem returns to the King's Valley, where the Sadin now escorts him to the ruins. Here he finds a map to the locations of the Millennium Items. Seto meets him at the ruins. He informs Atem of the map that shows the location of where Heishin has hidden the Items and that he plans to betray Heishin.

After defeating the first of the High Mages, Atem meets Jono, who tells him that the Mages have kidnapped Teana. Jono leads him to the Dark Shrine, after passing through the Labyrinth Mage(s), the boys find her held hostage by Seto and Heishin. Heishin orders Seto to defeat Atem and keep the Millennium Puzzle as his prize. After Atem defeats Seto, Seto applauds his skill, gloating that the High Mages don't stand a chance. Teana is released and she, Atem, and Jono leave. Atem is confused by why Seto was pleased. He thinks Seto must have a different agenda.

Ritual at the Dark Shrine

The Prince proceeds to defeat the High Mages and aquire all Millennium Items bar the Rod, which is held by Seto. After doing so he is met by Seto, who tells him to go to the Dark Shrine, now unguarded. Here he can defeat Heishin. Atem heads to the Dark Shrine, where Seto leads him to Heishin. The prince proceeds and defeats the Guardians Sebek and Neku before finding and defeating Heishin.

After Heishin's defeat, Seto takes Atem to the Forbidden Ruins, where he confronts him and explains that he used him to gather all the Items. He tells Atem about the power of the Items, that they can be used to summon a great power. As Seto is about to claim the power, Heishin appears with a knife to Seto's neck and demands the Items. Atem hands them over and Heishin uses them to Summon DarkNite. DarkNite refuses to obey Heishin and turns him into a card, which he burns. Atem uses the Millennium Item Cards to hold back DarkNite and force him to a duel to send him back where he came from. After Atem wins, DarkNite turns into Nitemare and demands a final Duel. The Prince plays on and defeats Nitemare.

Afterwards, Atem rules on as King.

Deck/Monster Spirits

In the anime and manga, Atem has Summoned the following monster spirits.

In Yu-Gi-Oh! Forbidden Memories, to the player, the Prince's Deck originally consists of a near random assortment of 40 cards, which mainly consist of weak low Level monsters and a small number or Magic and Trap Cards. The player can improve it using cards they acquire throughout the game. The manual implies that he uses "Dark Magician" and many images show him holding "Magician of Black Chaos".


  1. Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 001
  2. Yu-Gi-Oh! - Duel 001
  3. Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 004
  4. 4.0 4.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 042
  5. 5.0 5.1 5.2 Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 005
  6. 6.0 6.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 021
  7. Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 023
  8. 8.0 8.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 025
  9. Yu-Gi-Oh! Millennium World - Duel 026
  10. 10.0 10.1 Yu-Gi-Oh! - Millennium World - Duel 041
  11. Yu-Gi-Oh! - Millennium World - Duel 038
  12. Yu-Gi-Oh! - Millennium World - Duel 040
  13. Yu-Gi-Oh! - Millennium World - Duel 044
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