Ivanka Trump (1981-)
Ivanka Trump, is an American businesswoman, television personality, fashion designer, and author. A former executive vice-president of the Trump Organization, she is more famously known as the first daughter of President Donald Trump and is an official senior advisor to the president. Before her foray into politics, she was best known for her fashion and beauty line that promoted the Trump conglomerate. After her father’s election as the President of the United States, she officially stepped down from her role at the Trump Organization and worked advisor to the President in an unofficial capacity. Two months later, she was formally appointed Advisor to the President.
John Adams (1735-)
John Adams was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America and the second president of the country. Before becoming the president, he had served as the first vice-president of the United States under President George Washington. He was a well-educated and thoughtful man known for his political philosophies. A leading advocate of American independence, he played a key role in persuading Congress to declare independence and helped Thomas Jefferson draft the ‘Declaration of Independence’ in 1776. He was an Enlightenment political theorist and abolitionist who vehemently opposed slavery.
Nia Long (1970-)
Nia Talita Long is an American actress well-known for her popular television roles of ‘Lisa Wilkes’ in ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’, ‘Karen’ in ‘If These Walls Could Talk 2’, ‘Officer Sasha Monroe’ in ‘Third Watch’, ‘Tamara’ in ‘House of Lies’, and ‘Hillary Whitney’ in ‘Beaches’. Born into a family of mixed descent, she is blessed with exotic looks which enabled her to create a glamorous image in the show business. Her childhood was chaotic as her parents divorced when she was quite young. As a little girl she sought solace in co-curricular activities in school and eventually became interested in acting. She worked hard to become a professional actress and was guided in her endeavor by her acting coach Betty Bridges.
Diego Maradona (1960-)
Excellent dribbling action, powerful assists, accurate passes and impressive footwork made Diego Mardona rise up to the ranks, within a short period, to become the greatest football player of all times. Argentina’s national hero and pride, this exceptionally talented young man was born to play the sport. As such, despite coming from a humble background with lack of financial stability, he made his way to the football field at the age of ten and made his professional debut by 16. His compact physique and great physical strength gave him the edge over other players and helped him achieve the pinnacle of success. In a career spanning over 21 years, he rose from being an inexperienced club player to the most coveted soccer player.
Devin Booker (1996-)
Devin Booker is a professional American basketball player who plays for the ‘National Basketball Association’ (NBA) team ‘Phoenix Suns.’ He was born to famous basketball player Melvin Booker. He was raised in Grand Rapids, where he lived with his half Mexican–American and half Puerto Rican mother while his father played professional basketball internationally. His parents never married and Devin visited his father only during his summer holidays. The father–son duo practiced basketball together whenever they could. This made young Devin develop a keen interest in the game. After performing brilliantly for his high-school team, he joined the ‘University of Kentucky’ and played with them for a year.
George II of Great Britain (1683-1760)
George II was the King of Great Britain and Ireland from June 1727 to October 1760. He was also the Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg and a prince-elector of the Holy Roman Empire during the period of his reign. Born in in Hanover, northern Germany, he was the last British monarch to be born outside of Great Britain. He was the elder one of the two children of King George I of Great Britain and Sophia Dorothea of Celle. When he was eleven years old, his parents’ marriage was dissolved due to adultery. Following this, his mother was confined at the Castle of Ahlden and he never saw her again. After King George I passed away in 1727, George was crowned as the next king at Westminster Abbey.
Henry Winkler (1945-)
Henry Franklin Winkler is an American actor, comedian, director, producer and author who became famous for playing the role of Arthur “Fonzie” Fonzarelli on 1970s sitcom, ‘Happy Days.’ He was born in New York around the Second World War into a German-Jewish emigrant family. As an undetected dyslexic child, he had a very tough childhood, both at home and school, receiving little sympathy from his teachers and parents. Early in his childhood, he became fond of acting and decided to become an actor after getting a role in a school play in the eighth grade. He eventually earned his MFA degree from Yale School of Drama, and then he returned to New York, hoping to gain a foothold at the Broadway.