People by Clue #3

We give you three clues. Can you guess the person they refer to?
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Last updated: December 8, 2019
First submittedSeptember 1, 2013
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Clues
Person
Rhinoplasty, One Glove, Neverland
Michael Jackson
Rope-a-Dope, Louisville Lip, Cassius
Muhammad Ali
Jelly Donut, Marilyn Monroe, Camelot
John F. Kennedy
Prison Visitor, Man in Black,
Portrayed by Joaquin
Johnny Cash
Carried Hemophilia, Long Reign,
Was Not Amused
Queen Victoria
Truthful Hips, Colombia, Waka Waka
Shakira
Loincloth, Non-Violence, Salt March
Mohandas Gandhi
Left the Building, Rhinestones,
PB and Banana Sandwich
Elvis Presley
ANC, Robben Island, Reconciliation
Nelson Mandela
Had Crazy Hair, Left Nazi Germany,
God Doesn't Play Dice
Albert Einstein
Menlo Park, Many Patents,
More Perspiration than Inspiration
Thomas Edison
Clues
Person
Had a Scar, Alcatraz, Tax Evasion
Al Capone
Blue Ivy, The Blueprint, Roc-a-Fella
Jay-Z
Jupiter's Moons, Battled Pope, Pisa
Galileo
Paul Allen, Harvard Drop Out,
Polio Eradication
Bill Gates
Third-World Adoption, Voight,
Homewrecker
Angelina Jolie
Brother of Raul, Exploding Cigar,
Amateur Baseball Player
Fidel Castro
Hanoi, Workout Tapes, Ted Turner
Jane Fonda
Landmines, Paparazzi, Spencer
Princess Diana
Frequent Cameos, Rear Window,
Famous Silhouette
Alfred Hitchcock
Carmen Electra, The Worm,
Friends with Kim Jong-un
Dennis Rodman
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Level 58
Jan 14, 2014
Amazed that Mandela is the lowest on the list
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Level 44
Jan 17, 2014
I'll bet if "Apartheid" was thrown in, he'd be one of the highest on the list.
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Level 80
Oct 3, 2016
Yeah his clues were not the easiest.
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Level 66
Oct 3, 2016
ANC or Robben Island should be a dead giveaway
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Level 78
Mar 21, 2017
Yep. I started typing "Mandela" as soon as I saw "Robben".
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Level 67
Dec 3, 2019
Yea robben island was very easy, the other two not indeed, but robben island is nearly as easy as apartheid.
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Level 81
Feb 7, 2020
Galileo, a seminal figure in bringing us into the modern world, is now lowest. But at least Michael Jackson is answered by 98%, so we have that comfort.
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Level 65
Jun 12, 2020
Yes, because Michael Jackson was a ubiquitous figure during the lifetime of most people taking this quiz, and Galileo lived 400 years ago.
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Level 66
Jan 17, 2014
hahahah truthful hips lmaooooo
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Level 69
Oct 3, 2016
Having seen the answers I still have no idea how they relate to Jay-Z but then I take no interest in celebrities/rappers or their lives.
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Level 83
Oct 3, 2016
If you wish to know, Blue Ivy is the name of his daughter, The Blueprint is the name of one of his albums, and Roc-a-Fella is the name of his record label.
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Level 78
Mar 21, 2017
I'll second that, Algernon.
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Level 79
Jun 12, 2020
The only one I knew was Blue Ivy from previous quizzes here, which I guess explains why celebrities give their children such "unusual" names - at least they are memorable.
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Level 60
Oct 6, 2016
I was so frustrated when Al Capone came up in the answers, until I realised that I'd been typing "Al Pacino" which is why I didn't get it.
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Level 55
Apr 11, 2020
Haha!
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Level 67
Dec 3, 2019
Anyone else thought Stan Lee (initially) with frequent cameos?
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Level 55
Apr 11, 2020
Not me.
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Level 72
Jun 6, 2020
Well, Stan Lee was definitely not in “Rear Window”.
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Level 83
Jun 12, 2020
Nor does he have a "famous silhouette."
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Level 65
Jun 12, 2020
A significant drop between the top 2 answers. 97% for the first then 78% for the next.
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Level 65
Jun 12, 2020
Lots of people are famous in many places, but in my travels, I have noticed that Michael Jackson's fame outstrips any performer's anywhere, even the Beatles (although they are also very well-known just about everywhere). Even acts we think of as "world famous" like Elvis, the Stones, Adele, Madonna, etc. pale in comparison to Jackson's fame.
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Level 79
Jun 12, 2020
I'm guessing it might depend on the age of the people you ask.
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Level 70
Jun 12, 2020
Bob Marley would be up there.