Constance is a female given name that derives from Latin and means "constant." Variations of the name include Connie, Constancia, Constanze, Constanza, Stanzy, and Konstanze.

Constance may refer to:


  • Constance Bennett
    Constance Bennett
    -Early life:She was born in New York City, the daughter of actor Richard Bennett and actress Adrienne Morrison, whose father was the stage actor Lewis Morrison , a wealthy performer of English and Spanish ancestry...

     (1904–1965), American actress
  • Constance Briscoe
    Constance Briscoe
    Constance Briscoe LL.B, MA is a barrister and one of Britain's first black female Recorders.Born to two Jamaicans who settled in the United Kingdom in the 1950s, she was one of six children...

     (born 1957), British barrister
  • Constance Calenda
    Constance Calenda
    Constance Calenda was an Italian surgeon specialising in diseases of the eyeCalenda was the daughter of Salvator Calenda, the dean of the faculty of medicine at the University of Salerno in about 1415, and afterwards dean of the faculty at Naples...

     (1415), Italian surgeon
  • Constance Marie Charpentier
    Constance Marie Charpentier
    Constance Marie Charpentier was a French painter. She specialized in sentimental genre scenes and portraits, mainly children and women. She was also known as Constance Marie Bondelu....

     (1767–1849), French painter
  • Constance Collier
    Constance Collier
    Constance Collier was an English film actress and acting coach.-Life and career:Born Laura Constance Hardie, in Windsor, Berkshire, Collier made her stage debut at the age of 3, when she played Fairy Peasblossom in A Midsummer's Night Dream...

     (1878–1955), British-born American actress
  • Constance Coltman
    Constance Coltman
    Constance Coltman was one of the first women ordained to Christian ministry in Britain, when she was ordained by the Congregational Union of England and Wales at the King's Weigh House , London, on 17 September 1917. Her husband, Claud Coltman, was ordained alongside her, the day before their...

     (1889–1969), British pastor
  • Constance Cox
    Constance Cox
    Constance Cox was a British script writer.She specialised in adaptations of books by Charles Dickens and other classic literature. She was born in Surrey, England, UK. She was one of the first writers to adapt for television. Pickwick Papers was adapted for television by her in 1977. She also was...

     (1912–1998), British writer
  • Constance Cummings
    Constance Cummings
    Constance Cummings, CBE was an American-born British actress, known for her work on both screen and stage.Born Constance Halverstadt in Seattle, Washington, the daughter of Dallas Vernon Halverstadt, a lawyer, and his wife, Kate Logan Cummings, a concert soprano. she began as a stage actress,...

     (1910–2005), American-born British actress
  • Constance Demby
    Constance Demby
    Constance Mary Demby is an American multi-instrument musician and composer. Demby is identified with the New Age movement , while some of her output is also classified as ambient or space music. She is also a singer, instrument designer, painter, sculptor, and multi-media producer...

    , American musician
  • Constance Dowling
    Constance Dowling
    Constance Dowling was an American model turned actress of the 1940s and 1950s.-Early life and career:...

     (1920–1969), American actress
  • Constance, Duchess of Brittany
    Constance, Duchess of Brittany
    Constance of Penthièvre was hereditary Duchess of Brittany between 1171 and 1196...

  • Constance Ford
    Constance Ford
    Constance Ford was an American actress and model. She is best known for her long-running role as Ada Hobson on the daytime soap opera Another World.-Career:...

     (1923–1993), American actress
  • Constance Garnett
    Constance Garnett
    Constance Clara Garnett was an English translator of nineteenth-century Russian literature...

     (1861–1946), English translator
  • Constance Glube
    Constance Glube
    Constance R. Glube, was the 21st Chief Justice of Nova Scotia and first female Chief Justice in Canada.Glube attended McGill University and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1952. In 1955, she graduated from Dalhousie Law School. In 1982, she was appointed Chief Justice of the Supreme...

     (born 1931), Canadian judge
  • Constance Gordon-Cumming
    Constance Gordon-Cumming
    Constance Frederica “Eka” Gordon-Cumming was a travel writer and painter. She was born on 26 May 1837 at Altyre, near Forres in Scotland, the 12th child of a wealthy family. Her parents were Sir William Gordon-Cumming, 2nd Baronet, and Elizabeth Maria Cumming. She was the aunt of Sir William...

     (1837–1924), British travel writer and painter
  • Constance Grewe
    Constance Grewe
    Constance Grewe is a current Judge of the Constitutional Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina.She was born on 14 December 1946 in Stuttgart . She earned her Bachelor degree at Frankfurt in 1966. Then she completed her studies in Law in Germany in period from 1966 until 1967 and in France at the Faculty...

     (born 1946), German judge
  • Constance Hamilton
    Constance Hamilton
    Constance Easton Hamilton was the first woman member of Toronto City Council and the first woman in Ontario to hold elected office at either the federal, provincial, or municipal level...

     (1862–1945), Canadian politician
  • Constance Cary Harrison
    Constance Cary Harrison
    Constance Cary Harrison , was a prolific American writer. She was also known as Constance Cary, Constance C. Harrison, and Mrs. Burton Harrison, as well as her nom de plume, "Refugitta." She was married to Burton Harrison, a lawyer and American democratic politician...

     (1843–1920), American writer
  • Constance Hopkins
    Constance Hopkins
    Constance Hopkins , also sometimes listed as Constanta. She was probably born in Hursley, Hampshire, England. Constance was the second daughter of Stephen Hopkins, by his first wife, Mary. Some believe she was named in honor of Constance Hopkins...

     (1607–1677), English colonist and Mayflower passenger
  • Constance A. Howard
    Constance A. Howard
    Constance A. Howard is a Democratic member of the Illinois House of Representatives, representing the 34th District since her election in 1994. She took office in January 1995...

     (born 1942), American politician
  • Constance Hunting
    Constance Hunting
    Constance Hunting , the poet and publisher, was widely known in the Northeastern United States, particularly in her home state of Rhode Island, her adopted state of Indiana, and later in Maine where she taught English literature and creative writing at the University of Maine at Orono until her...

     (1925–2006), American poet
  • Constance N. Johnson
    Constance N. Johnson
    Constance N. Johnson is the Oklahoma Senator representing District 48, which includes Oklahoma County, since a special election in September 2005.-Biography:...

     (born 1952), American politician
  • Constance Kamii
    Constance Kamii
    Dr. Constance Kamii is a Professor, Early Childhood Education ProgramDepartment of Curriculum and Instruction at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.-Overview:...

    , Swiss-born American educator
  • Constance Keene
    Constance Keene
    Constance Keene was an American pianist, who attracted great praise for her 1964 recording of Sergei Rachmaninoff's Preludes, and also won critical acclaim for her recordings of the works of Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Carl Maria von Weber and Felix Mendelssohn.She was raised in Brooklyn, New York...

     (1921–2005), American pianist
  • Constance Stuart Larrabee
    Constance Stuart Larrabee
    Constance Stuart Larrabee was a photographer best known for her images of South Africa. She was South Africa's first female war correspondent during World War II.-References:*...

     (1914–2000), South African photographer and war correspondent
  • Constance Lloyd
    Constance Lloyd
    Constance Wilde , born Constance Mary Lloyd, was the wife of Irish playwright Oscar Wilde and the mother of his two sons, Cyril and Vyvyan. The daughter of Horace Lloyd, an Irish barrister, and Adelaide Atkinson Lloyd, she married Wilde on May 29, 1884, and had both her sons within the next two years...

     (1858–1898), Oscar Wilde's wife
  • Constance Marie
    Constance Marie
    Constance Marie Lopez is an American actress. Known professionally as Constance Marie, she is known for her role as Angie Lopez on George Lopez and for her role as Marcella Quintanilla in the 1997 film Selena...

     (born 1965), American actress
  • Constance Markievicz (1868–1927), Irish politician
  • Constance Menard
    Constance Menard
    Constance Menard is a French professional Dressage rider and equestrienne.She started training with Michel Autran from the Cadre Noir in 2003....

     (born 1968), French equestrienne
  • Constance Moore
    Constance Moore
    Constance Moore was a singer and actress. Her most noted work was in wartime musicals such as Show Business and Atlantic City and the classic 1939 movie serial Buck Rogers, in which she played Wilma Deering, the only female character in the serial.-Life and career:Moore was born in Sioux...

     (1920–2005), American actress
  • Constance Naden (1858–1889), English poet
  • Constance Reid
    Constance Reid
    Constance Bowman Reid was the author of several biographies of mathematicians and popular books about mathematics. She received several awards for mathematical exposition. She was not a mathematician but comes from a mathematical family: Her sister is Julia Robinson and her brother-in-law is...

     (born 1918), American author
  • Constance Senghor
    Constance Senghor
    Constance Senghor is a retired female high jumper from Senegal. She competed for her native country at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California, finishing in 27th place in the final rankings with a jump of 1.70 m.-Achievements:...

     (born 1963), Senegalese high jumper
  • Constance of Sicily
    Constance of Sicily
    Constance of Hauteville was the heiress of the Norman kings of Sicily and the wife of Henry VI, Holy Roman Emperor...

     (1154–1198), Queen of Sicily
  • Constance Lindsay Skinner
    Constance Lindsay Skinner
    Constance Lindsay Skinner was a Canadian writer, critic, historian and editor best known for having conceived the Rivers of America Series for the publisher Farrar & Rinehart.-Early life and career:...

     (1877–1939), Canadian writer
  • Constance Spry
    Constance Spry
    Constance Spry was a famous British educator, florist and author in the mid-20th century.- Background :Constance Spry was born Constance Fletcher in Derby in 1886, eldest child and only daughter of George Fletcher and his wife Henrietta Maria Fletcher...

     (1886–1960), British florist and author
  • Constance Stone
    Constance Stone
    Emma Constance Stone was the first woman to practice medicine in Australia and played an important role in founding the Queen Victoria Hospital in Melbourne....

     (1856–1902), Australian doctor
  • Constance Talmadge
    Constance Talmadge
    Constance Talmadge was a silent movie star born in Brooklyn, New York, USA, and was the sister of fellow actresses Norma Talmadge and Natalie Talmadge.-Early life:...

     (1897–1973), American actress
  • Constance Tipper
    Constance Tipper
    Constance Fligg Elam Tipper was a British metallurgist and crystallographer.Constance Tipper specialized in the investigation of metal strength and its effect on engineering problems. During the Second World War, she investigated the causes of brittle fracture in Liberty Ships...

     (1894–1995), British metallurgist
  • Constance Towers
    Constance Towers
    -Early life:Towers was born in Whitefish, Montana, the daughter of Ardath L. and Harry J. Towers. According to her official Web site, a contract from Paramount Pictures was offered to her at age 11 but was declined...

     (born 1933), American singer and actress
  • Constance Fenimore Woolson
    Constance Fenimore Woolson
    Constance Fenimore Woolson was an American novelist and short story writer. She was a grandniece of James Fenimore Cooper, and is best known for fictions about the Great Lakes region, the American South, and American expatriates in Europe.-In America: the story-writer:Woolson was born in...

     (1840–1894), American novelist
  • Constance Zimmer
    Constance Zimmer
    Constance Zimmer is an American actress perhaps best known for her role as Dana Gordon in HBO's Entourage and as Claire Simms on the critically acclaimed ABC legal comedy-drama Boston Legal...

     (born 1970), American actress

See also

  • Constance
    Constance is a female given name that derives from Latin and means "constant." Variations of the name include Connie, Constancia, Constanze, Constanza, Stanzy, and Konstanze.Constance may refer to:-People:*Constance Bennett , American actress...

  • Constant (given name)
    Constant (given name)
    Constant is a given name, and may refer to:* André Henri Constant van Hasselt , Flemish poet* André Marie Constant Duméril , French zoologist* Constant Chevillon , Grand Master of the Freemasonry Rite of Memphis-Misraïm...

  • Constant (surname)
    Constant (surname)
    Constant is a human name, and may refer to:*Benjamin Constant , Swiss-born thinker, writer and French politician*Benjamin Constant , Brazilian military man and political thinker...

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