American professional basketball player, Anthony Davis plays, for the National Basketball Association’s Los Angeles Lakers. He is the youngest player to score at least 59 points in a NBA game. He was a member of the US men’s national basketball team which participated in the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. The team was undefeated in London and won the gold medal.
Johnny Knoxville is an actor, filmmaker, and stunt performer. He is credited with owning and operating Dickhouse Productions, which produces films and documentaries. Johnny Knoxville is also credited with co-creating the popular MTV reality show Jackass.
As an actor, who was also interested in photography and playing the guitar, Anton Yelchin was a man of many talents. Unfortunately, he was involved in a freak accident that killed him when he was 27. Such was his impact in Hollywood that a bronze statue of his was erected at his grave and many celebrities attended the unveiling ceremony.
Mark Rober is an American educator, inventor, engineer, and YouTuber. He is best known for posting videos on do-it-yourself gadgets and popular science on his YouTube channel. Prior to establishing himself as a YouTuber, Rober worked with NASA for nine years. In 2022, Mark Rober guest hosted the popular TV talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Scalia played an important role as an associate justice of the US Supreme Court for 30 years. Not only was he regarded as one of the most important justices in the history of the court, but he was also considered one of the most influential jurists of the 20th century. He was posthumously honored with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
English author, screenwriter, and essayist, Douglas Adams, is most remembered for his comedy science fiction series The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. As a screenwriter, he wrote two stories for the TV series Doctor Who. He advocated for environmentalism and spoke about environmental issues in his non-fiction radio series Last Chance to See.
Liverpool left-back and the captain of the Scottish national football team, Andrew Robertson has also been associated with clubs such as Hull City and Dundee United in the past. He led his team to a UEFA Champions League victory in 2019. He now also runs a charitable foundation for underprivileged kids.
Lawrence Welk was an American accordionist and bandleader. From 1951 to 1982, Welk hosted the popular musical variety show, The Lawrence Welk Show. Also known for his entrepreneurship skills, Welk had investments in music publishing and real estate. He also owned a club and restaurant. In 1994, he was made an inductee of the International Polka Music Hall of Fame.
Lucy DeVito is an American actress best known for her work in theatre. In 2008, she portrayed the title role in the Intiman Theatre's production of Anne Frank. She has also appeared in films, such as Leaves of Grass and The Comedian. The daughter of Rhea Perlman and Danny DeVito, Lucy has simply followed in the footsteps of her parents.
Alex Kingston is an English actress who came into prominence in the 1990s for her work in television. Known for playing important roles in popular TV series like ER and Doctor Who, Kingston earned a couple of Screen Actors Guild Awards for her performance in ER, while her portrayal of River Song in Doctor Who earned her an SFX Award.
The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom for two non-consecutive terms, Harold Wilson was a British Labour politician. Historians commend him for leading his party through difficult political issues with considerable skill. With a moderate approach to socialism, he was a popular politician during his first tenure as the prime minister; his second tenure wasn’t as successful.
A former Gladrags model, Poonam Pandey is known for her nude photos and clips that she posts online from time to time. She has appeared in films such as Nasha and gained fame after she declared she would strip publicly if India won the 2011 Cricket World Cup.
John Barrowman is a Scottish-born author, comic book writer, presenter, singer, and actor. Barrowman is also known for his charity work and activism. Over the years, he has been a strong supporter of the LGBT community and has worked with organizations like Stonewall. He also has his own skincare line named HIM.
Frederick IX of Denmark reigned as the king of Denmark from 1947 until his death in 1972. Under his reign, the Danish society experienced a rapid change; the economy received a massive boost in the 1960s which allowed women to enter the labor market. In 1982, Frederick's statue was unveiled in Copenhagen, ten years after his death.
Better known as CrazyRussianHacker, which is also the name of his YouTube channel, Taras Kulakov left his job at Walmart after gaining fame on the internet with his “life hacks.” The Ukrainian YouTuber has previously been a professional swimmer. He is known for his signature sunglasses and his towering height.
Along with his identical twin brother, Joel Madden, Benji Madden has been one of the greatest musical duos as far as twin siblings are concerned. A huge fan of tattoos, Benji Madden has several tattoos, including one of Benjamin Franklin, which is so big that it covers his entire back!
Edward Rydz-Śmigły was a Polish statesman, politician, poet, Marshal of Poland, painter, and supreme commander of Poland's armed forces. He was a much admired and respected public figure in Poland during the interwar period and was widely regarded as a national hero for his service as an army commander during World War I and the Polish–Soviet War.