It is not proper usage. As a commenter said, using the definite article with proper names is necessary and correct in some languages, and sometimes this gets carried over into English by non-native speakers (English language learners).
We do use the article with proper names in English in a very specific situation, not all that common, when you mean "people of a certain sort." Often when you do this, you make the proper name plural. For example,
The Mark Zuckerbergs of the world are changing the way we interact
with one another.
You can find this with an indefinite article, too. For example,
She's quite a Beyoncé, breaking out of the group to have a successful solo career.
We also use the indefinite article with proper names in English when referring to someone we do not really know. Here's a typical example:
A Mr. Jones called to speak with you; he didn't say what it was about.
Hope that helps.