2 David Schwimmer(Famous for Portraying 'Ross Geller' in the Sitcom 'Friends')
David Schwimmer is best known for portraying the role of Ross Geller in the hugely popular and successful American television series, Friends, which ran for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2004. He has also worked in films like Kissing a Fool, Apt Pupil, Picking up the Pieces and The Iceman.
3 Shah Rukh Khan(Film actor)
Referred to as King of Bollywood and King Khan in the media, Indian actor Shah Rukh Khan is considered one of the most successful film stars of the Hindi film indusrty. Beginning his career as a TV actor, he struggled for many years before making it big as a Hindi film star.
4 Nelly(Rapper and Singer Known for His Hits: ‘Country Grammar’, ‘Hot in Herre’ and ‘Dilemma’)
Grammy-winning hip-hop/rap artist Nelly began his career with St. Lunatics. He became a household name after the release of his debut solo album, Country Grammar, in 2000. He ranked third on Billboard’s list of the Top Artist of the Decade and has sold 21 million albums in the U.S.
5 Daniel Boone(Explorer)
Daniel Boone was an American pioneer, woodsman, explorer, and frontiersman. His exploits as an American frontier made him one of the earliest folk heroes of the US. Widely regarded as the founder of Kentucky, Daniel Boone is popular for his exploration and settlement of Kentucky. His life and work have inspired several movies, such as the 1936 movie Daniel Boone.
6 Warren G. Harding(29th President of the United States)
The 29th President of the United States, Warren G. Harding assumed office in 1921 shortly after the end of WWI and became very popular. He died in 1923 while still in office. Later, various scandals that occured during his presidency were uncovered and his image suffered a serious setback. His presidency is today ranked amongst the worst in the American history.
7 Burt Lancaster(Actor)
8 Lucy Hawking(Journalist, Novelist, Writer)
9 James K. Polk(President of the United States (1845-49))
The 11th president of the United States, James K. Polk was an advocate of Jacksonian democracy. He is credited with extending the territory of the US during the Mexican–American War. During his presidency, the US annexed the Mexican Cession, the Oregon Territory, and the Republic of Texas.
10 K. D. Lang(Canadian Pop and Country Singer-Songwriter)
11 Marisol Nichols(Actress)
12 George Boole(Mathematician, Philosopher, Logician)
George Boole is remembered for pioneering Boolean algebra, a tool used in digital computer circuits. More of a self-taught mathematician, Boole began teaching at 16 and later grew up to be a math professor at Queen’s College, Cork. His work in differential equations and algebraic logic was groundbreaking.
13 Jimmy Garoppolo(American football player)
14 Stefanie Powers(Actress)
15 Karamo Brown(Known for His MTV Reality Series the 'Real World: Philadelphia', The First Openly Gay Black Man on a Reality Show)
A dynamic talk and lifestyle television host, Karamo Brown is also a reality television personality, actor, author, and an award-winning activist. Beginning his career with a small role in The Princess Diaries, he later switched to television, making his mark with the MTV reality series The Real World: Philadelphia. Also a published author, he has three titles to his credit.
16 Mahmud of Ghazni(Sultan of the Ghaznavid Empire (998-1030))
Mahmud of Ghazni was the sultan of the Ghaznavid Empire on two separate occasions. He first ascended the throne upon the death of his father, Mahmud, in 1030. However, he was soon overthrown by his twin brother Ma'sud I. Years later, he was reinstated as sultan but was soon executed by his nephew Maw'dud. His entire family was also killed.
17 Ray Walston(Actor & Comedian)
18 Jordan Love(American football quarterback)
19 Kendall Schmidt(Singer-songwriter)
20 Michael Buffer(Announcer)
Michael Buffer is an American ring announcer for professional wrestling and boxing matches. He is credited with pioneering an announcing style which involves a distinctive rolling of certain letters. He is also famous for popularizing catchphrases, such as Let's get ready to rumble. Michael Buffer has also appeared in popular talks shows like Late Night with David Letterman.
21 Alphonso Davies(Football player)
22 Katharine Isabelle(Canadian actress described as a scream queen)
23 Steve Ditko(Comic book artist who co-created The Amazing Spider-Man and Doctor Strange comics, as well as The Creeper)
Steve Ditko was a writer and comics artist. He is credited with co-creating popular Marvel Comics superheroes like Doctor Strange and Spider-Man. Ditko is also credited with co-creating Captain Atom, a character that appears in DC Comics. Ditko received several awards including many Alley Awards. In 1994, he was inducted into the Will Eisner Award Hall of Fame.
24 Amar Bose(The Founder of 'Bose Corporation')
Amar Bose was an American academic, entrepreneur, sound engineer, and electrical engineer. Bose served as a professor at MIT for more than 45 years. He is also credited with founding a manufacturing company called Bose Corporation where he served as the chairman. In 2008, Amar Bose was inducted into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
25 Samantha Womack(Actress)
Rapper Albert Johnson, better known by his pseudonym, Prodigy, gained fame as the lead vocalist of the hip-hop band Mindless Behavior, which released the chartbusting single My Girl. He was also part of the hip-hop duo Mobb Deep, with Havoc. He has also co-written a crime novel and a cookbook.
27 Kim So-yeon(Actress)
28 Esha Deol(Actress)
29 Lauren Velez(Actress)
30 Danny Amendola(American football player)
31 Stevie J(Musician, Record Producer)
32 Keith Emerson(Musician)
33 Queen Sofía of Spain(Queen)
34 Jordan Howard(American Football player)
35 Edward V of England(King of England)
Edward V of England was King of England and Lord of Ireland for a few months in 1483. He was never crowned and he didn’t hold any real power during his short reign. He was deposed and possibly killed by his uncle, the Duke of Gloucester, who went on to reign as King Richard III.
36 Cub Swanson(Featherweight Mixed martial artist)
Cub Swanson is a professional mixed martial artist, currently affiliated with the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where he competes in the Featherweight division. He has been awarded "Fight of the Night" honors ten times. Industry experts consider him to be one of the most entertaining MMA fighters of all time. He is married to model and TV host Kenda Perez.
37 Aga Khan III(Political Leader)
38 Peter Mullan(Film director, Actor, Screenwriter)
39 Luchino Visconti(Theatre director, Film director, Screenwriter, Writer)
Born to Duke Modrone, Luchino Visconti belonged to one of the most affluent families of Italy. He was also one of the pioneers of neo-realism and created masterpieces such as Senso and Rocco and His Brothers. A chain smoker, he was rumored to have had 120 cigarettes per day.
40 Ricardo Eichmann(Adolf Eichmann's Son)
Ricardo Eichmann is an archaeologist who worked as a professor at the University of Tübingen. From 1996 to 2020, Eichmann served as the director of the Orient Department, which is located within the German Archaeological Institute. Over the years, he has played an important role in the field of music archaeology.
41 Reginald Arvizu(Musician)
42 Stevan Jovetić(Football Striker, attacking midfielder)
43 Sidney Luft(Judy Garland's ex-husband)
44 Ron McGovney(Bassist, Musician, Guitarist, Teacher)
45 Jon M. Chu(Director)
46 Saule Omarova(Lawyer)
47 Roddy White(American Football player)
48 Ken Rosewall(Tennis player)
Throughout his 25-year illustrious career, Australian tennis legend Ken Rosewall has won 18 Grand Slams, including 8 singles titles. Known for his 5’7” lean frame, he was nicknamed Muscles by his teammates, apparently, for the lack of them. The son of a grocer, he had begun playing tennis at age 3.