A Capuchin monkey named Marcel. Their relationship was similar to that of a live-in couple. Marcel's sexual drive eventually forces Ross to donate him to the San Diego Zoo. Ross later finds out that Marcel has become a famous mascot for a brand of beer called "Monkey Shine" and is starring in Outbreak 2: The Virus Takes Manhattan. Marcel's favorite song is "The Lion Sleeps Tonight". Later in the series, Ross admits how unusual his purchase was, saying in "The One With Unagi", "Remember when I had a monkey... what was I thinking?"
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There are at least 3 artists named Marcel.
Marcel Francois Chagnon (born February 9, 1975) is an American country music singer-songwriter.
Marcel has written songs for Country stars such as Josh Gracin ("Nothin' to Lose", "Favorite State of Mind"), Rascal Flatts ("Backwards"), LeAnn Rimes ("The Weight of Love"), and Big & Rich ("You Never Stop Loving Somebody").
Marcel was a professional hockey player until signing with Mercury Nashville in 2002. He is currently engaged to country music artist Jessica Andrews.
Another artist with the same moniker is a certain Andre Marcel Ajamu Akinyele (born June 21, 1972 as Andre Marcel Wilson), who hails from San Francisco, California.
Marcel has released three albumworths of alternative r'n'b and one EP through his own label Bombay Recording Company. Nowadays he records "cyber jazz" as Ajamu Akinyele and his records are distributed by Pearl Jazz Records as well as those of his band Gemini Soul.
Discography as Marcel:
The Diary of Marcel (1998)
Spice: The Alternative Hip-Hop Experience (2001)
Uptown: 2025 A.D. (2003)
Uptown: 2025 E.P. (2004)
Secret Weapon volumes 1 & 2 (2004)
Marcel Khalife (Arabic: مرسيل خليفة; b. June 10, 1950, Amchit, Mount Lebanon Governorate, Lebanon) is a Lebanese composer, singer and oud player. From 1970 to 1975, he taught at the conservatory in Beirut. In 1976, he created Al Mayadeen Ensemble and became famous all over the world for songs like Ummi (My Mother), Rita w'al-Bunduqiya (Rita and the Rifle) and Jawaz al-Safar (Passport), based on Mahmoud Darwish's poetry.
In 1999 he was granted the Palestine Award for Music. In turn, he contributed the financial portion of the award to the National Conservatory of Music at Birzeit University in Palestine. In 2005, Khalife was named UNESCO Artist for Peace.