Who is the most famous person alive or dead in the United Kingdom and why?
This is a very good, though subjective and difficult to answer,
question. Shakespeare would be my choice because of his effect on
the English language and world literature. I'm somewhat biased
toward The Bard of Avon because I was an English major in college.
Close competitors would be: King Arthur (debate about whether he
was a real person continues), or Queen Elizabeth I, or Queen
Elizabeth II, or Sir Winston Churchill, or King Henry VIII, or
Saint Patrick, or The Beatles (John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George
Harrison and Ringo Starr aka Richard Starkey), or.... Fellow
FAQFarmers, please wade on in.
The Queen is pretty famous!
To my current knowledge, Stephen Hawking is considered to be the "smartest person on Earth". He was born January 8, 1942 in Oxford, England in the United Kingdom. Hawking is also unable to speak upon his verbal command, thus he must converse by the use of a computer. He is incapable of walking as well; he must use a wheelchair.
Florence Green (United Kingdom). Died 4 February 2012 at the age of 110. The last actual surviving combat veteran was Claude Choules (United Kingdom, later Australia). He was a veteran of the Royal Navy. He died on 5 May 2011, also at the age of 110. The last suriving veteran to have served in the trenches was Harry Patch (United Kingdom) who died on 25 July 2009 at the age of 111.
ofcourse tupac is alive...why do you think they still make songs???...HES ALIVE!! ofcourse tupac is alive...why do you think they still make songs???...HES ALIVE!! Hes not alive a computer in the recording studio has his voice on it so it make other songs it happens to every dead famous person e.g Elvis