Serge Gainsbourg [sɛʁʒ gɛ̃zbuʁ] (April 2, 1928 – March 2, 1991) was a French poet, singer-songwriter, actor and director. Gainsbourg's varied style and individuality made him difficult to categorize. Although famous in France for many years, he did not achieve his first No. 1 album until 1979, when he released Aux Armes et caetera more than twenty years after his music career had begun. But since the 1980s, his legacy has been firmly established.
Mario Vargas Llosa (birth name: Jorge Mario Pedro Vargas Llosa) (born in Arequipa, March 28, 1936) is a Peruvian writer who is one of Latin America's leading novelists and essayists.
Sammo Hung (born January 7, 1952) is a Chinese actor, producer and director known for his work in many Kung fu films and Hong Kong action cinema. He has choreographed fight scenes for, amongst others, Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, King Hu, Stephen Chow and John Woo.
Roger Federer (born August 8, 1981) is a Swiss tennis professional. Many experts and many of his own tennis peers believe Federer may be the best player in the history of the game.