Would like to let you know that the, "you guys keep mixing me up" part in your statement is not IMDb's fault. The database only acts on submitted data from 3rd party's. It is the submitter that errs. They are the ones making the error.
Now, correcting errors can be done yourself.
See this topic. https://help.imdb.com/article/contribution/contribution-information/correcting-existing-data/GPFQGX9...#
Correcting existing data
We strive for the utmost accuracy on IMDb, but given the high volume of information added to the site, mistakes will occasionally be made. That's where you come in! Whether it's correcting a character name; updating a plot synopsis to make it more relevant; modifying a piece of trivia, or deleting an incorrect cast credit, we welcome all valid corrections to existing data.Spotted a Mistake?
If you spot a data mistake anywhere on the site, the process of correcting it is very straightforward:
- Every name and title page has an 'Edit Page' button at the bottom. Simply click this button, then select the data area you wish to correct from the list of options on the next screen.
- You will also see small 'EDIT' labels next to various bits of data on both name and title pages. You can click these to go straight through to the correction form, which speeds things up a little.