Cyrus - біографія, альбоми, пісні, кліпи

Cyrus is an English transliteration of the Persian name Kourosh. For the etymology, see Cyrus (name).

Persian monarchy

  • Cyrus I (ca. 650 BC), King of Anshan
  • Cyrus the Great (ca. 600 BC or 576 BC–530 BC) – also known as Cyrus II – the grandson of Cyrus I, an Achaemenid ruler and the founder of the Great Persian Empire
(See also: Cyrus Cylinder, Cyrus in the Judeo-Christian tradition and Cyrus the Great in the Quran)
  • Cyrus the Younger (died 401 BC), brother to the Persian King Artaxerxes

Other persons named Cyrus

Given name

  • Cyrus (architect), 1st century Greek architect who worked in Rome
  • Saint Cyrus (see Cyrus and John), 4th century Coptic saint
  • Cyrus of Alexandria, Melkite Patriarch and co-founder of Monothelism
  • Cyrus of Panopolis, 5th-century Byzantine writer and official
  • Cyrus Leroy Baldridge, American artist, illustrator, author, and adventurer
  • Cyrus Townsend Brady, American journalist, historian and adventure writer
  • Cyrus Broacha, MTV India VJ
  • Cyrus Chothia, scientist
  • Cyrus Edwin Dallin, American sculptor
  • Cyrus Pallonji Mistry, an Irish businessman and Chairman of India's leading business conglomerate, Tata Group
  • Cyrus S. Poonawalla, Chairman of Poonawalla Group which includes Serum Institute of India
  • Cyrus S. Eaton, American banker, investor, and philanthropist
  • Cyrus West Field, American businessman who successfully laid the first transatlantic telegraph cable
  • Cyrus Frisch, Dutch film director
  • Cyrus Hamlin (general), Union general during American Civil War, son of Vice President Hannibal Hamlin
  • Cyrus B. Lower, American Medal of Honor recipient
  • Cyrus McCormick, American inventor who developed the modern mechanical reaper
  • Cyrus Mistry, an Indian author
  • Cyrus Patell, literary and cultural critic
  • Cyrus Peirce, founder of first public normal school in United States
  • Cyrus Poncha, national squash coach in India
  • Cyrus Sahukar, MTV India VJ
  • C. R. Smith (Cyrus Rowlett Smith), U.S. Secretary of Commerce under president Lyndon B. Johnson
  • Cyrus Vance, U.S. Secretary of State under President Jimmy Carter
  • Don Callis, professional wrestler who competed as "Cyrus the Virus"
  • Steven Slocum, professional wrestler who competed as "Cyrus"

Surname

  • Ron Cyrus (1935–2006), Kentucky politician, and his descendants:
    • Second generation:
      • Billy Ray Cyrus (born 1961), American musician and actor (son)
    • Third generation:
      • Trace Cyrus (born 1989), American musician; (former) lead guitarist of Metro Station (stepson and adopted son of Billy Ray)
      • Miley Cyrus (born 1992), American actress and singer (daughter of Billy Ray)
      • Annalyn Cyrus (born 1997), American actress (niece of Billy Ray)
      • Noah Cyrus (born 2000), American actress (daughter of Billy Ray)
  • Gordon Cyrus, Swedish performer and record producer

Fictional characters

  • Cyrus, a character from the TV series Trailer Park Boys
  • Cyrus (Chrono Trigger), a character in the video game Chrono Trigger
  • Cyrus, a gang leader in the 1979 film The Warriors
  • Cyrus, the cold-blooded leader of Team Galactic in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum
  • Cyrus Bortel, a character from Kim Possible
  • Cyrus Gold, the DC Comics character Solomon Grundy (comics)
  • Cyrus Lupo, a detective character from Law & Order
  • Cyrus Simpson, the brother of Abraham Simpson in The Simpsons
  • Cyrus Smith, the leading character in Jules Verne's novel Mysterious Island
  • Cyrus Tolliver, a character from the TV series Deadwood
  • Sergeant Cyrus, a character in the videogame Dawn of War 2
  • Cyrus "The Virus" Grissom, a character in the 1997 film Con Air, played by John Malkovich
  • Cyrus, a vampaneze from The Vampire Prince by Darren Shan

Other

  • Cyrus (2010 comedy-drama film), a 2010 comedy film starring John C. Reilly
  • Cyrus (2010 thriller film), a 2010 thriller directed by Mark Vadik
  • Cyrus, Greek name of the Kura River in the South Caucasus
  • Cyrus, Minnesota, a small city in the United States
  • Cyrus, West Virginia
  • Cyrus IMAP server, a mail server meant to be run on a sealed system
  • Cyrus, another moniker of Basic Channel's Moritz Von Oswald and Mark Ernestus
  • Cyrus (whaler), a British whaling ship captained by Richard Spratly
  • Cyrus (metal musician), guitarist for Norwegian band Dimmu Borgir
  • Cyrus (dubstep musician), English dubstep musician

See also

  • Koresh (disambiguation)
  • Syrus