Vlad the Impailer- he had a way with the financial ellite.
I like gangster Chicago. Al Capone was an *** but prohibition and bootlegging and all that has some kind of cool about it<br />
There's tons of over stuff but that's what came to mind right now.
Prob. Thomas Jefferson - he was a farmer - an inventor - a designer - a musician - a writer - an architect - a person that taught himself many diff. languages - he did many things for the good of himself and the country. _ Oh by the way he was Secartary of State and President of the United States. - Oh by the way he wrote the Declaration of Independence in 3 days.
The Cat in the Hat. This cat is a tall, anthropomorphic, mischievous cat, wearing a tall, red and white-striped hat and a red bow tie. He was a prominent figure in a history. He was a brave wonder of a majestic figure. He was the idol of many younger, weaker people. people say he was a flawless harbinger of prognostication and clearly a great champion of sangfroid.
Nikola Tesla, do I need to explain why?
The First Earl of Shaftesbury. He played an important role in forming the first liberal government in modernity under the Whigs, which is my favourite time period in history. Mostly, though, because Martin Freeman played him amazingly....
christopher skase....what a legend!