Leonardo Da Vinci
This master painter,
sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, writer was also an
amazing anatomist, botanist, geologist, mathematician, cartographer and
inventor all rolled into one. He was an Italian and is regarded as the
archetype of the Renaissance man. His relentless curiosity fuelled his
invention prowess. Considered to be amongst the greatest painters, Leonardo was
a dyslexic, but his vision of the world that we get to know from his works was
more logical than mysterious.
This English musician, singer and lyricist is still the
brightest star in the realms of popular music. Being the co-founder of The
Beatles, John was a rebel from his childhood.
This dyslexic child steered all his passion into music and later on as grew up,
he became affected by the surrounding he was into in terms of society and
politics. He criticised the Vietnam War through his songs which went on to
become an emblem of the anti-war movement.
He was the founder of the Ford Motor Company and the torch
bearer of the concept of the Assemble line technique of mass production which
went on to revolutionise the motor industry in the days to come. This dyslexic
child, grew up to give birth to Fordism, which refers to the mass
production of low-cost goods that gets combined with high wage for the workers.
The 35th President of the United States
was a dyslexic child. He had an eventful presidential rule that culminated in
his assassination. He had started his career in the military service as a
commander in two missions during the Second World War. He was also a Pulitzer
Prize winner and considered to be still the most popular amongst all American
presidents, the one who successfully managed the Cuban missile crisis, the
building of the Berlin Wall and dealt with the African American civil rights
This master American boxer was
also a dyslexic. The three-time world heavyweight champion had an amazing
fighting style which is rather unorthodox. Regarded as the Sportsman of the
Century by Sports Illustrated, Ali was known for his floating like a butterfly
and stinging like a bee!
Better known as Lewis Carroll,
this Englishman was not only an acclaimed author but a logician, mathematician
and a photographer. Born as a dyslexic child, Charles has an amazing skill at
word play that resulted in such masterpieces that are regarded as gemstones in
the genre of â€˜literary nonsenseâ€™.
Known for his sci-fi and
adventure films, this American director, producer and video game designer was
dyslexic in his childhood. He is not only regarded as a blockbuster filmmaker,
but his films deals with sensitive and serious issues like war, slavery,
Holocaust and terrorism.