Famous left-handed people
Famous left-handed people - About 260 million people in the world are left-handed. If you're among them, you're in excellent company: Artistic genius Leonardo da Vinci was left-handed. So was baseball legend Babe Ruth. Read through to guess which A-list actors, political leaders and athletes are southpaws.
The clues: His walk on the surface of the moon won him the Presidential Medal of Freedom. More recently, he appeared on "Dancing With the Stars" and is very fit and limber despite his age.
The clues: A longtime basketball star, this NBA veteran was also a member of the original Olympic Dream Team . He also appeared in the movies "Space Jam" and "Celtic Pride."
1980s movie star
The clues: This actor won our hearts back in 1986 with a cult classic . Now known mostly for his theater work, he has won two Tony Awards. He recently spoofed a past role in a Super Bowl commercial
Living U.S. president
The clues: He's the oldest surviving commander in chief and marked his 85th birthday in a risky way
The clues: Before marrying in 2011, this prince was one of the world’s top bachelors.
The clues: Prime minister of the United Kingdom, he calls a famous address his home with his wife and kids
Commander in chief
The clues: He hails from a small town and made headlines during his presidency. He's known for his love of jazz and walked his only child down the aisle in a million-dollar affair
Baseball Hall of Famer
The clues: Considered one of the greatest baseball players of all time, this lefty spent 22 seasons with a Midwest team . He set 90 Major League Baseball records before he died
The clues: First famous for starring in a 1983 hit , this A-list actor was recently surprised with some alarming news
The Golden Boy
The clues: This 39-year-old Mexican-American boxer won world titles in six different divisions and Olympic gold
Founding Father of the United States
The clues: Most famous for a kite experiment discovery this lefty also invented bifocals and swim fins. His famous saying, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," originally referred to fire prevention.
Top Supreme Court justice
The clues: Appointed to the U.S. Supreme Court in the early 1990s , this lefty is only the second female justice to take the oath and is currently the eldest justice on the court
The clues: A power hitter of the 1990s, this baseball star is ranked among the best defensive outfielders of all time. His father was also a MLB player
Ice skating legend
The clues: She is one of America’s best-loved Olympic athletes ever since she won 1976 Olympic gold
The clues: This rock guitar phenomenon electrified crowds during the 1960s but died of drug-related complications .
The clues: This Oscar-winning actress is well-known for her humanitarian work and even better known for her big family
Major League Baseball outfielder
The clues: This lefty played in the outfield for several MLB teams, including the Atlanta Braves, the Cleveland Indians, the New York Yankees and the Oakland Athletics. When his MLB career ended, he moved on to the YES Network as a game analyst.
Famous presidential son
The clues: At one time the youngest child to live in the White House, he worked as an attorney and then published his own political magazine He and his wife died tragically in 1999.
The clues: Nicknamed "Ironman," this lefty is part of a well-known NASCAR family: His brother and son are both NASCAR drivers.
The clues: A U.S. Senator this lefty and his running mate earned fame in his race for the presidency.
The clues: Pop music royalty, this lefty has been knighted and inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. His recent marriage to a much younger woman made headlines.
Former tennis superstar
The clues: This temperamental tennis star won his share of Grand Slam titles . He is as famous for his tantrums on the court as for his victories. Today, he is a commentator for NBC and CBS.
The clues: He painted the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel and is the namesake for a well-known cartoon character
The clues: This Spanish tennis player has won the French Open a record number of times
The clues: Born in Hawaii, this man's mother was from Kansas and his father hailed from Kenya. He is famous for a first in the White House
Elder statesman of basketball
The clues: Born in 1934, he joined the historic March on Washington . A Boston Celtics star, he was an NBA MVP five times.
The clues: This comedian and actor is known for his wildly popular TV sitcom . The series won numerous awards and coined many widely used phrases
The clues: This influential musician’s works include "The Sound of Silence" and "Mrs. Robinson." He's a Grammy award winner and a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee.
Action movie star
The clues: He got his big break in the TV series "Moonlighting" . Since then, he has starred in many hit movies, including "Die Hard," "The Sixth Sense" and "Pulp Fiction."
The clues: One of the most powerful individuals in show business, she owns a TV network , hosted an immensely popular talk show for more than 20 years and runs a magazine named after her