The famous are fond of inventing catchy tiles for their biographies often based on an associated nickname or signature tune. A classical 'bionym' is one in which the subject's identity is cleverly hidden in the title itself and can be guessed without knowing the author - like 'Citizen Jane' (Jane Fonda) or 'Acts of Faith' (Adam Faith).
Word Ways: Vol. 41
, Article 33.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.butler.edu/wordways/vol41/iss4/33