Audrey Kathleen Ruston (Audrey Hepburn), born in Belgium, continues to be a figure of iconic beauty and classic film. Her award-winning role in "Roman Holiday" marked the beginning of her long and successful movie career. Hepburn is also well-known for her humanitarian work with UNICEF.
Eric Arthur Blair is most commonly recognized by his pen name, George Orwell. His political commentary is a major theme in his most famous works: "1984", "Animal Farm", and "Down and Out in Paris and London".
John Milton Cage was an American experimental music composer, writer, and visual artist. He is most widely known for his 1952 composition 4'33", whose three movements are performed without playing a single note.
Eldred Gregory Peck was an Oscar-winning actor and is considered one of the most handsome leading men of all time. He acted in films such as "To Kill a Mockingbird", "Twelve O'clock High", "The Guns of Navarone", and "McArthur".
William Franklin Beedle Jr. (William Holden) was known and typecast as Hollywood's "Golden Boy" due to his first starring role in the film Golden Boy. He is most famous for his roles in Sunset Boulevad, Bridge on the River Kwai, and his Academy Award winning performance in Stalag 17.
England's Poet Laureate from 1843 through 1850, William Wordsworth began what is now referred to as the Romantic Age in literature. "The Prelude" is considered one of Wordsworth's most notable and applauded poems.