According to boxofficemojo.com, this actor's top grossing movie saw him playing Ray Ferrier in a film based on an H.G. Wells novel.
Ralph Teetor, a blind man, was so annoyed by a driving habit of his lawyer, that he devised and patented this now widely-spread automotive system.
It's an amusing coincidence that programmers from Xerox invented this widely spread shortcut for copying.
This would be the scale largely considered to be the basis or default for Western music.
David Bowie invented this astronaut, and wove references to him into several of his songs and videos.