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Ambrose Bierce was a well known satirist and firm favourite. Arthur Wing Pinero was an English dramatist.
Basil Fawlty was a favourite character with comedy lovers in Fawlty Towers. Beatrix Potter was a famous author of children's books.
C Day-Lewis quotes have been enjoyed by many. Carl Linnaeus planted many seeds.
David Brent was the comic creation of Ricky Gervais in The Office, whilst Dennis Rodman star of Big Brother was more known for his basketball career.
Edward Hopper and his art remain popular to this day. Do you like English Sayings?
Fats Domino - is a favourite singer with a funky name. Friedrich Nietzche thought that women were God's second mistake.
Gary Kasparov took chess to new levels and was dominant for many years. George Michael remains a popular musician and singer.
Henry VIII is famous for the Church of England, be-headings, and founding Trinity College Cambridge. Hugh Hefner didn't behead his lovers as the Playboy creator.
Ivan Turgenev is a favourite Russian author who had real insight into human nature. Iain Banks is a favourite author of many.
Jasper Carrott is a popular British comedian. Joseph Conrad is a novelist.
Karl Popper was a philosopher who liked a bit of falsification. Kelly Osbourne is daughter of Ozzy and has a pop career of her own.
Laurence Olivier was the favourite actor of many people. Leonard Nimoy only understood logic as the Spock actor.
Remember Mother Teresa was an inspirational Albanian Catholic nun. M C Hammer said that you just can't touch this.
Nicolas Copernicus had a passion for astronomy and the solar system. Nick Park has a similarly painstaking job as an animator - think Wallace and Grommit.
Orson Welles is a well known actor and writer; speaking of actors, there's also Omar Sherif.
Pope John Paul II was the third longest serving Pope of all time. On a different note, PG Wodehouse was a British humourist.
Quintilian was a Roman rhetorician - try saying that out loud! It's easier to say Queen Juliana of the Netherlands.
Richard Dawkins isn't the favourite of creationists, with his virus about viruses of the mind. Ray Bradbury is a science fiction author for whom things reached an uncomfortable temperature.
Saint Thomas Aquinas and his philosophy remain a favourite of many. Sir Walter Ralegh was an English explorer and courtier.
Thomas Moore was a popular Irish musician and songwriter, whilst Tommy Cooper was a favourite comedian of many.
Ursula Le Guin is said to have inspired a lot of the Harry Potter novels. Another novelist is Umberto Eco
Vince Lombardi was a favourite of the US American Football fan, whilst singing fans might be a fan of Val Doonican.
William Whewell was an English philosopher and scientist, whilst W H Auden was an English poet and dramatist.
Xenocrates was a well known Greek philosopher, Xu Zhimo a Chinese poet.
Yoda is a favourite star wars character and hero of many! Yves Saint Laurent could have used the force to give Yoda a makeover.
Zadie Smith is an author with very White Teeth! Zara Phillips, however, is a minor royal.