Richard Nixon, 37th president of the US
Nixon was a very talented man, but because of his poverty, he couldn’t go to Harvard. His first and only wife, Nixon had to really beg to marry him: he spent 2 years chasing a middle-school teacher, and in the end, she finally said, “yes.”
Ernesto Che Guevara, revolutionary
Women love rebels, and the biography of Guevara proves this idea. But Ernesto was not a dreamboat, he spoke disparagingly about his women, he didn’t pay much attention to his own hygiene, he had terrible manners, and he wasn’t very tall.
Nikola Tesla, inventor
Nikola Tesla was a genius scientist, but he had his peculiarities: he took care of his appearance and he cared about fashion, but he was scared of women, couldn’t work in a team, and had many different phobias. Tesla consciously refused to get married or have any romantic relationships in order to devote all of his time to science.
Thomas Edison, inventor
This great American inventor and businessman was married twice and had 6 children.
Mark Twain, writer and businessman
Mark Twain was faithful to his wife. In fact, he spent a year writing letters to her and trying to get her to marry him. They lived together for 24 years.
Charlie Chaplin, actor and director
Charlie Chaplin was officially married 4 times and left 12 heirs. Despite the fact that he was not very tall, the charismatic genius never had trouble with women.
Vincent van Gogh, artist
In the letters to his brother, Vincent wrote, “Love of art kills true love.” The artist had very short relationships, none of which ended with creating a family.
Hunter S. Thompson, writer and journalist
The biggest rebel of American literature lived a crazy life that probably has enough stories to fill 10 movies like Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. But he was only married twice.
Harry Houdini, illusionist and actor
There were rumors about Harry Houdini’s marriage that said the illusionist had never had any arguments with his wife. They got married 2 weeks after they met and they never broke up. The magician wrote love letters to his wife, even when he was in the next room over from her.
Ernest Hemingway, writer and journalist
The writer was always surrounded by a lot of women, he was married 4 times, but he was not the best husband in the world. His untidiness and problems with alcohol drove his wives crazy.
Bob Ross, artist and art promoter
Bob Ross gave 20 years of his life to the army and he became famous only after he turned 40. Who would have thought that he was so handsome?
Joe Biden, vice-president of the US
When he was young, Biden had problems with stuttering and he spent hours in front of the mirror to deal with that problem. And as a young man, he was a bit shy because of that.