The weekly New Scientist magazine has a back page feature called Feedback, which has been running examples of nominative determinism for years: see their website www.newscientist.com
The first woman to compete in the Nez Perce County Fair hog-calling contest, in which competitors squeal, oink and generally carry on like pigs, was called Jolee Bacon. Only in the USA ...
[And not strictly nominative determinism, but sort of relevant] Larry Curley writes to say that his sister married a guy called Short.
My dentist who is delightfully non-PC is quite aptly named Dr Pulley.
And I recall an advert sign in my mother's sub post office for local undertakers in Croydon: Ovenden.
I kid you not.
O Wort, du Wort, das mir Fehlt!
A friend with the surname Lane married someone whose surname is Wright, but they wisely decided not to opt for the double-barrelled route, which is hardly surprising since my friend's mother's maiden name is Driver...
Doolittle and Dalley - Estate Agents in Kidderminster & Bridgnorth.
Gastrointestinal endoscopist by the splendidly apt name of Dr Butt (no, really!).
Many years ago, my co-clarinettist in an orchestra was called Brenda Blewett.
"The isle is full of noises... Sounds, and sweet airs, that give delight and hurt not"
The Tempest, Act III scene 2 ll 148-9