10 Famous People Who Aren't What You Think They Are
- Опубликовано: 18 фев 2017
- Often the image of famous people can outrun their true nature. Whether it be due to the modern media, or the game of telephone played by history, the following ten people are not at all who you probably think they are.
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Featuring... John Lennon - One of the most influential singer-songwriters of the past hundred years, John Lennon was a peace icon. He didn’t just sing songs about love and unity, but was involved in various pro-peace political movements and paid for billboards with anti-war slogans on them in London and New York. Dr. Seuss - If you were born in America, there’s a twenty-five percent chance that the first book you ever read was written by Theodor Geisel, known more widely as Dr. Seuss. Michael Jordan - Widely regarded as the best basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan is a towering figure in the world of sports. The man has his own brand of shoes, and can be seen selling undershirts in commercials now that he’s retired from dominating a whole sport for years. Steve Jobs - This man is seen by many as one of the most important visionaries of the century. A business icon credited with revolutionizing the tech industry, he is a household name on par with the likes of legends such as Henry Ford. Mozart - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is perhaps the most famous musician of all time. His music has been listened to and performed for the past two hundred years. Mother Teresa - If you look at most lists of 'the best people who ever lived', chances are Mother Teresa will make an appearance. Most hail her as the pinnacle of human kindness as she even won the Nobel peace prize. Elvis Presley, the king of rock and roll, is an instantly recognizable cultural icon. He had girls fainting in the audience before The Beatles, and became an international sex symbol thanks to his high energy erotic dancing and womanizing image. Mahatma Gandhi was the leader of the Indian independence movement, an independence movement, that, unlike a lot of others, didn’t involve trying to kill lots of people. Leonardo da Vinci is known for basically everything you can be known for. He was an inventor, painter, sculptor, architect, scientist, musician, mathematician, and virtually every other kind of ‘ician’ that existed at the time. Mark Zuckerberg, the creator of facebook, inspired the movie, The Social Network, and is quite a rich person, to say the least. In short, He is the penultimate entrepreneurial programmer.