Famous Born in slovakia
  • David Dobrik

    David Dobrik is the archetypal boy-next-door: charming and witty, yet unassuming and affable. Unlike his peers, who are preoccupied with embellishing their teen idol image with some ˜hunky brat' aura (mastering their hallmark ˜Zoolander looks' and pulling out all the stops in a bid to become modern sex symbols), Dobrik is content being who he is “ a happy-go-lucky bloke with a great sense of humor and a sensible head on his shoulders. If you're not familiar with the name, here is a brief foreword “ 20-year old David Dobrik is an internet star, a popular Viner/YouTuber with a fan following that exceeds a million and a budding acting career that holds a lot of promises. Here is a sneak-peek into the life and times of one of the most exciting young talents to emerge from the virtual world in the recent years.

    David Dobrik

  • Daniel Strauch

    Better known as GoGoManTV, or GoGo, he is a video gamer who publishes Let's Plays, having posted LPs of games such as Minecraft, Mafia, Grand Theft Auto and more.

    Daniel Strauch

  • Zdeno Chara

    Slovak defender who, at 6'9", became the tallest player to ever play in the NHL. He won the Norris Trophy for the league's top defender in 2009 and helped the Boston Bruins win a Stanley Cup Championship in 2011.

    Zdeno Chara

  • Filip Ronaj

    Crowned muser known by the handle filipronajofficial. He has earned more than 80,000 followers and been featured over a dozen times by creating popular lip sync videos.  

    Filip Ronaj

  • Peter Sagan

    Peter Sagan is an up-and-coming top ranked athlete in the world of competitive cycling. Born in a small town in Eastern Europe, Peter Sagan was raised by his close-knit family. Encouraged at an early age to compete in cycling by his family, Peter Sagan soon began dominating competitions at his local club. After borrowing an off-the-shelf bicycle from a family member, Slovak gained national attention by winning his country's premier junior championships. His achievements soon gained the attention of the worldwide community and he began his professional career with a lucrative sponsorship contract. Peter soon began to prove his abilities after staging several impressive sprints, climbs and finishes to garner more points than any other cyclist. He then continued his phenomenal rise to the top, outperforming more experienced and more powerful cyclists to maintain his position at the top of the points ladder. Critics and fans alike have been drawn to Sagan's unique style that often allows him to dominate in both speed and power challenges. With his innate natural abilities and punishing work ethic, Peter Sagan is now approaching the height of his career and is likely to dominate the cycling world for years to come

    Peter Sagan

  • Marek Hamsik

    Attacking midfielder who joined Slovan Bratislava in 2004, moving to Napoli in 2007 after a stint with Brescia.

    Marek Hamsik

  • Marian Hossa

    All-Star NHL winger who won Stanley Cup Championships with the Chicago Blackhawks in 2010, 2013, and 2015. He debuted in the NHL with the Ottawa Senators in 1998 after being selected 12th overall in the 1997 NHL Draft.

    Marian Hossa

  • Michal Kozelský

    Comedic personality and prankster on YouTube who launched his acting career in the Slovak series Commissioner Rex. He went on to appear in his own Czech TV show called TUTY. He was also in the movie Pravá tvár. 

    Michal Kozelský

  • Peter Altof

    Known on the web as Expl0ited, he is a YouTube phenomenon who gained a subscriber base of more than 850,000 by posting social experiment and sketch comedy videos, as well as vlogs. He also collaborates on a channel called Denné Pogy (Daily Pogs) with his friend Matúšom.

    Peter Altof

  • Martin Skrtel

    Center back who joined Liverpool in 2008 after four years with Zenit Saint Petersburg; became a member of the Slovakia national team in 2004. In 2014 he began playing for Fenerbahce. 

    Martin Skrtel

  • Moma Hornakova

    YouTuber and blogger who founded her eponymous beauty, lifestyle and fashion website, MOMA. She's also popular for her self-titled YouTube channel, which has amassed over 430,000 subscribers as well as 64 million views and counting.

    Moma Hornakova

  • Martina Hingis

    Longtime tennis player who won three Australian Open titles as well as Wimbledon and the US Open in the 1990s. She also won a Grand Slam junior title at age 12.

    Martina Hingis