Jake Paul is a well-known Vine Star, actor, and model from the United States who is best known for his Vine videos. Within the first five months of starting his Vine career, he gained early renown and popularity, as evidenced by the fact that he had about one million followers. The amusing films that he releases from time to time have only added to his social media stardom, bringing his total number of followers to over five million, all of whom are impatiently awaiting the next video from this Vine Star. Prior to prospering as a Vine celebrity, he had a successful career as a competitive wrestler. He was also trained to become a Navy Seal. Paul is also an accomplished actress who has been in a number of films. He had landed the part of Dirk Mann, one of the major characters in the American comedy series Bizaardvark, making him the first social media figure to be put in a Disney Channel regular series. In the Vineographer category, he was nominated for a Shorty Award. He also has a sizable following on Instagram and Twitter, with over 3.1 million Instagram followers and over 800,000 Twitter followers. Logan Paul, his brother, is also a well-known Vine star.
Betty White is an American, actress, author, animal rights activist and comedienne. She was also a producer, a television personality and an animal rights activist. She was one of the pioneer American women who played a role both behind and in front of a camera during the early days of television shows in the country. She received the honorary title of ˜Mayor of Hollywood' for producing a sitcom as she was the first ever female to do so. She has received a large number of awards for her performances in sitcoms, game shows and television shows based on comedy. She became famous for her role in game shows and was dubbed as the ˜First Lady of Game Shows. Her career as singer, actor, host, and producer was spread over a period of more than 75 years making her the longest serving female personality in the world of entertainment. Her interest in acting developed during her school days though she started out to be a writer. From reading commercials on the radio channels, she went on to become an important entertainment personality in America.
Michelle Obama is the first African-American First Lady of the United States and the wife of US President Barack Obama. She is the 44th First Lady and the third with a postgraduate degree. She is a lawyer by training. She has become a role model for women not just in America, but all over the world, as an educated, clever, and self-assured lady. Michelle LaVaughn Robinson was born into a middle-class household and received a traditional education. Her father instilled in her the principles of hard work and tenacity, despite being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at an early age and never letting the sickness stop him from achieving his goals. Her mother, a stay-at-home mom, instilled in her a deep respect for family values. She was an intelligent young lady who excelled in school and went on to Harvard Law School. When she met and married another lawyer, Barack Obama, she was already a successful lawyer, and she was soon juggling the roles of wife and mother as well as being a professional. She was an integral part of her husband's presidential campaigns, and her responsibilities grew exponentially after she became First Lady. She has worked on problems such as women's empowerment, children's health and education, the organic food movement, and national service in this capacity.
Muhammad Ali, dubbed "The Greatest," was a legend in the sport of professional boxing. He was an imposing figure in the ring, at 6 feet 3 inches tall and known for his quick footwork and strong jab. What sets him apart from his peers are the values he has upheld throughout his life. Ali had converted to Islam and changed his name from Cassius Marcellus Clay, an outspoken supporter of religious freedom and racial justice. He made waves in professional boxing when he knocked out then-heavyweight champion Sonny Liston at the age of 22. He is one of the most well-known sports figures of the last 100 years. From then on, this formidable fighter didn't look back, knocking out each of his opponents to claim the titles. Ali won 56 fights in his career, 37 of them were knockouts, and he lost five. The fights against Liston, Joe Frazier, and George Foreman were the most historic. He became the first and only man to win the World Heavyweight Championship three times in a row. Interestingly, Ali was not only powerful and domineering, but he was also incredibly outspoken, and he began the routine of hurling insults at his opponent long before the brawl. Continue reading to get more interesting facts about his life.
We would not have had fantastic films like 'Bruce Almighty' and 'The Truman Show' if Jim Carrey, the famed comedy actor, had taken a battering after being rejected as a performance the first few times. Faced with extreme poverty as a youngster, this gifted comedian was unable to complete his education and was left to fend for himself and his family. His sole opportunity for practice was at home, when he would try to cheer up his mother through a financial crisis. His debut appearance was at 'Yuk Yuk's' comedy club, where he was booed by the audience. This did not, however, diminish the young lad's self-assurance, and he went on to prove to the world that he has skill. With splendid comic performances in films like 'Ace Ventura: Pet Detective', 'The Mask', 'Dumb and Dumber', 'Liar Liar', and 'Me, Myself & Irene', he carved a niche for himself in the live action comedy genre of movies. Gradually, he moved into more serious roles, winning awards for his roles in films such as 'The Truman Show,' 'Man in the Moon,' and 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas.' For his cinematic talents, this acclaimed celebrity was inducted into the 'Canadian Walk of Fame' in the recent decade.
Comedian, talk show host, radio personality, and author who starred on The Steve Harvey Show on The WB from 1996 to 2002. In 2009, his book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man" was published and later turned into the 2012 film "Think Like A Man."
Nathan Montgomery Maloley, often known as Sk8 or Skate Maloley, is an American rapper, musician, and music producer whose reputation has spread beyond social media and into mainstream culture. On March 23, 2013, he began to build a following on Vine, where he began submitting videos. His debut track, 'Little Bit,' was used in the 2015 film, 'The Chosen.' In early 2016, he embarked on his first headlining tour to promote his mixtape Skaterade. He also participated in the 2016 Digitour. Until now, he has only released three full-length album mixtapes: Twenty-Fifteen, Maloski, and Late 2 The Party. He's also published a number of singles. His collaboration with Jack & Jack resulted in the single "Like That," which debuted at No. 36 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs list, and "Maloski," which debuted at No. 31 on the Rap Albums chart. DJ Rupp, Chance the Rapper, Rae Sremmurd, and Derek Luh are among the artists with whom he has worked. He is now unattached to any record company and chooses to share his songs over SoundCloud. Skate is quite active on social media and has developed a personal connection with his followers. He has 871K and 602K followers on Instagram and Twitter, respectively.
Dwyane Wade is an NBA basketball player for the Chicago Bulls in the United States (National Basketball Association). After being drafted in 2003, he began his professional career with the Miami Heat, where he was chosen to the All-Rookie team in his first season. Wade has had a long and difficult path to become one of the most well-known basketball players in the world. Countless hours spent on the basketball court in college and high school earned him awards such as NBA MVP in 2006 and NBA scoring title in 2007. In his third season with the Miami Heat, he elevated the underdog squad to a respectable position and led the team to their first championship title since the franchise's inception. Wade competed for his country at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, where he was a key member of the squad that won gold. When Wade was in form, the Miami Heat's spirit was always high, and he led his club to four consecutive NBA finals in 2011, 2012, 2013, and 2014. Wade was unable to get entrance to top institutions due to his low academic performance, but the strong-willed Wade used his hard work and determination to overcome the challenges life threw at him and emerge as one of the NBA's brightest dazzling lights.
DJ most known for the hits "Acceptable in the '80s" and "The Girls" off his gold-certified album I Created Disco. Ready for the Weekend, his second album, featured the breakthrough track "I'm Not Alone" and debuted at number one on the UK Album Chart. He was named Favorite Electronic Dance Music Artist at the 2014 American Music Awards.
Adam Dahlberg is a fun-loving YouTuber who spends most of his time in the euphoric world of Minecraft. He started off as a Let's Play-type YouTuber for Runescape. This guy has apparently, built an army of so called ˜recruits', who are his fans and follow his methods in playing Minecraft. Most of his videos are playthroughs of various mods which are available for the game. He also produces a lot of videos with his fellow YouTubers, at least one video per day is the current update frequency. He uses the name ˜SkythekidRS' as his Minecraft alias while his YouTube channel's name is ˜SkyDoesMinecraft'. Most of his social networking names start with the set prefix “ ˜SkyDoes'. He usually opens his videos saying Hey guys, Sky here for another... and closes the video saying, Anyway guys, I'm Sky and see you later recruits. He's the reason why gold ingots are now widely called ˜Budder' in Minecraft. He has mentioned that he stole the name ˜Sky' from his sister's Runescape account.
Singer, producer, and composer with five studio albums to her credit. "Wait A Minute," his successful song, peaked at #8 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs list.
Jordan Houston is a well-known British YouTuber who maintains his own channel. His videos are mostly vlogs, with a few pranks, social media commentary, and lifestyle pieces thrown in for good measure. In October of 2016, he launched his YouTube account. His eccentric videos helped him develop a name in barely a year. On YouTube, he is swiftly acquiring a following, and his videos are highly popular. 'Telling my best buddy I like her' and 'coming out to my younger sister' are two of his most renowned videos. In addition, he has made several prank films with his family and other YouTubers. His supporters have dubbed him "King of Pranks" since his pranks are well-received.