2 Viola Davis(Only African-American to Achieve the Triple Crown of Acting)
3 Hulk Hogan(Retired Professional Wrestler)
Former American professional wrestler Hulk Hogan had a very successful career from the 1970s to the 2010s and won many championships. He has also acted in several movies. However, he has been accused of being a racist and a homophobic and a leaked sex tape involving him created quite a stir.
4 Steve Wozniak(Co-Founder of Apple Inc.)
Widely recognized as one of the two important pioneers of the personal computer revolution, Steve Wozniak is credited with co-founding Apple Inc. along with Steve Jobs. Not surprisingly, he has been described as one of the men that changed the course of history through technology. Apart from being a programmer and technology entrepreneur, Steve Wozniak is also a well-known philanthropist.
5 Joe Rogan(Podcaster, Sports Commentator)
6 Úrsula Corberó(Actress)
Úrsula Corberó is a Spanish actress who achieved international fame after playing Tokyo in the popular heist crime drama TV series, Money Heist. Renowned for her good looks, Corberó has been the face of many brands, such as Maybelline, Tampax, and Calzedonia. Also a philanthropist, Corberó has been part of many awareness campaigns pertaining to breast cancer and climate change.
7 Enid Blyton(Children's writer)
8 Embeth Davidtz(Actress)
Embeth Davidtz is a South-African American actress known for playing important roles in popular movies, such as Schindler's List and Fracture. She also serves as an inspiration to those fighting against cancer as she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, for which she had to undergo a mastectomy.
9 Alyson Stoner(Actress, Singer, YouTubers)
10 Young Dolph(Rapper)
11 Ian McDiarmid(Stage actor, Film actor)
12 Patty Mills(Baseball player, Basketball player)
13 Alex Haley(Writer)
Pervez Musharraf is a former Pakistani President and army chief who overthrew his country’s elected government in a coup to assume power as its chief executive. Kargil infiltration, confrontation with India and a steep rise in Pakistan’s GDP marked the presidency of the now-retired four-star general. He was awarded capital punishment for treason, but the court order was annulled later.
16 Anna Gunn(Actress)
17 Asma al-Assad(First Lady of Syria)
Born to Syrian-origin parents in Britain, Asma al-Assad is now the First Lady of Syria, through her marriage to Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. In 2021, an investigation related to her alleged involvement in war crimes in Syria was opened, which if proven could strip her of her British citizenship.
18 David Brooks(Journalist)
David Brooks is a Canadian-born American conservative political commentator. Having worked with popular publications like The Washington Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, and Newsweek, Brooks is currently contributing as a writer for The New York Times. Also an educator, David Brooks has taught at prestigious institutions like the Sanford School of Public Policy and Yale University.
19 Alejandro Aranda(American Idol runner-up on the seventeenth season.)
20 Eric Carmen(Singer)
21 Duane Martin(Actor)
22 Alireza Jahanbakhsh(Iranian footballer)
Iranian footballer Alireza Jahanbakhsh is best known as an attacking midfielder/winger for the Dutch football club Feyenoord. Often compared to legendary Iranian player Mehdi Mahdavikia for his playing style, he gained praises from netizens in 2022, when a clip showing him helping a camerawoman get up after being knocked down went viral.
23 Joe Jackson(Musician & Singer-songwriter)
24 Sophie Okonedo(Actress)
25 Arlene Dahl(Actress)
26 Pablo Sandoval(Baseball player)
27 Roger Craig Smith(Voice actor, Actor)
28 Jim Lee(Publisher and Chief Creative Officer of DC Comics)
Korean-American comic-book artist Jim Lee began his career with Marvel and then soared to fame with his X-Men series. Though initially trained in psychology, he skipped medical school and became a comic writer instead. Apart from co-founding Image Comics, he also created WildStorm, which he sold to DC later.
29 London Breed(Politician)
30 Lauren Riihimaki(Fashion Vlogger)
31 Gustavo Cerati(Musician)
Gustavo Cerati was one of the finest South American singers and one of the pioneers of Ibero-American rock. He headed the popular pop-rock trio Soda Stereo and later also penned lyrics and recorded for artists such as Shakira. He died at age 55, after a stroke and a 4-year coma.
32 Tierra Whack(Rapper)
33 Melky Cabrera(Baseball player)
34 Miguel A. Núñez Jr.(Actor)
35 Anna Massey(Actress)
36 Chris Kelly(Musical artist)
37 Ian Charleson(Scottish actor)
38 Ben Gibbard(Singer, Singer-songwriter, Actor, Composer, Guitarist)
39 Henry V, Holy Roman Emperor(King of Germany)
40 Elya Baskin(Actor)
41 Ashley Jensen(Actress)
42 Gifford Pinchot(Forestry scientist)
43 Claus von Bülow(Lawyer)
44 Carolyn Murphy(Model)
45 Rodolfo Graziani(Military officer)
46 Adam Thomas(Actor)
48 Erwin Chargaff(Biochemist)
Erwin Chargaff was a biochemist and writer who worked at the Columbia University medical school as a professor of biochemistry. He is credited with discovering the Chargaff's rules, which played an important role in the discovery of the DNA's double helix structure. Also a prolific writer, Erwin Chargaff authored several books, including an autobiography.
49 Lloyd Nolan(Actor)
50 Enrique Bunbury(Singer)
Enrique Bunbury is a Spanish singer-songwriter who rose to fame as the lead singer of the rock band Héroes del Silencio. He built a solo career following the band’s disbandment. Active in the music scene since the early 1980s, he is known for constantly reinventing his music. He received the Icon Award from SESAC Latina Music Awards in 2019.