Famous Left-handers

420 famous Left-handers

We check every entry - but we're not quite finished working through the list yet. You can recognize a verified entry because there is a separate paragraph about the person in question with our assessment of whether they are really a prominent left-hander.

Many people, often from creative professions or particularly intelligent representatives of their craft, appear to us to be ambidextrous because they have often had to deal with right-handed tools in their lives and have thus achieved a much higher level of practice with their weak hand than right-handers ever will reach on their left.
These cases are difficult to verify. It is also difficult to assess people who have died a long time ago.

We look at photos, videos and read biographies, interviews and background reports. We therefore ask for your indulgence if we do not already have an assessment for every celebrity. We're working on it!


Country
Name
Description
50 Cent
50 Cent, real name Curtis James Jackson III, is an influential American rapper and entrepreneur who rose to worldwide fame thanks to his debut album "Get Rich or Die Tryin'" in 2003.

You can clearly see that he is left-handed when he signs autographs. He signs with his left hand.
Adam Levine
Adam Levine is best known as the guitarist and lead singer of the American pop rock band Maroon 5, which achieved worldwide success with hits such as "Memories", "She Will Be Loved" and "Moves Like Jagger". In addition to his music career, he also made a name for himself as a coach on the television show "The Voice", where he promoted young talent and won the season several times.

You can clearly see that he is left-handed when he signs autographs. He signs with his left hand.
Adolph Menzel
Adolph Menzel (1815 -1905) was a 19th-century German painter, draftsman and illustrator, known for his detailed depictions of the Prussian court as well as his lifelike images of daily life and historical events.

Adolph Menzel is known for being left-handed because in many of his self-portraits and drawings he depicts himself painting and drawing with his left hand. This is considered evidence of his handedness.
Al Gore
Al Gore served as Vice President of the United States under Bill Clinton and is known to many as a leading environmental activist who won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on climate change, including the award-winning documentary "An Inconvenient Truth."

It is known that Al Gore is left-handed because he was often seen writing with his left hand in public, for example when signing signatures during his tenure in the White House.
Alan Greenspan
Alan Greenspan is known for his long service as Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of the United States from 1987 to 2006, during which he significantly controlled U.S. monetary policy and played a significant role in the global economy.


Alan Greenspan frequently signed with his left hand at public events during his tenure as chairman. This detail of his handedness is also mentioned in biographies and reports about him.
Albert Schweitzer
Albert Schweitzer (1875 - 1965) was a German-French theologian, organist, philosopher, physician and medical missionary to Africa, best known for his philosophical ethic of "reverence for life" and his lifelong commitment to humanitarian medicine, for which he received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1952.

Albert Schweitzer was left-handed, despite writing with his right hand. Many photographs, film recordings and documented reports about his life allow this conclusion to be drawn.
Albrecht Dürer
Albrecht Dürer (1471 - 1528) is known as one of the most important Renaissance artists in Northern Europe, famous for his highly detailed woodcuts, engravings and paintings, which often include religious and mythological themes as well as groundbreaking self-portraits.

The speculation about Dürer's handedness goes back to a self-portrait from 1493 in which he holds the brush in his left hand. However, historical evidence confirming his handedness is inconclusive, and a theory remains based on the interpretation of his artwork.
Aleksandra Bechtel
Aleksandra Bechtel is a German television presenter who is best known for her work on VIVA and as the presenter of "Big Brother".

We viewed videos and interviews. In an episode of TV Total she swings a wooden hammer at Stefan Raab - with her left hand, of course. She also gestures a lot with her left hand. We are convinced that Aleksandra Bechtel is left-handed.
Alexander der Große
Alexander the Great, King of Macedon (Greek king July 20, 356 BC in Pella; † June 10, 323 BC in Babylon), is known for his unprecedented military conquests, through which he built one of the largest empires in the world Antiquity, which stretched from Greece to Egypt and western India. His skills as a military commander and his strategies significantly influenced the conduct of the war and promoted cultural exchange between East and West through the Hellenization of the conquered areas.
Alfred Hrdlicka
Alfred Hrdlicka (1928 - 2009) was an Austrian sculptor, draftsman, painter, graphic artist, chess player and writer. He became known for his critical and provocative works, which dealt intensively with political and historical themes, particularly fascism and human violence.

We were unable to find any good evidence of left-handedness. In two pictures that show the artist working on a sculpture, Hrdlicka holds the chisel in his left hand and the hammer in his right hand. A left-handed person would probably do it the other way around.
We're not sure about this entry.
Andreas Herzog
Andreas Herzog is known as a former Austrian football player and coach who played a total of 103 international matches in his career and is considered one of the best Austrian footballers of his generation.

Herzog is actually left-handed and used this ability to improve his technique and effectiveness in passing and set pieces. His strong left foot was one of his trademarks during his playing days. In games it is clear to see that Herzog primarily used his left foot for important actions such as passes, crosses and shots. Herzog was often responsible for taking free kicks and corners, regularly using his left foot, indicating his preference and strength with that foot.
Andreas von Holst
Andreas von Holst (also called Kuddel) is the guitarist and songwriter of the German punk band Die Toten Hosen, one of the most successful music groups in Germany.

He is actually left-handed because Kuddel plays his guitar left-handed. This is a direct and visible indication of its handedness. It is also occasionally mentioned in interviews and media reports about the band that he plays as a left-handed player. Press photos and images from concerts also confirm this.
Andrej Dmitrijewitsch Sacharow
Andrei Dmitrievich Sakharov (1921-1989) was an outstanding Soviet nuclear physicist, human rights activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner (1975), who was particularly notable for his commitment to civil rights and against the use of nuclear weapons. He is also considered the father of the Soviet hydrogen bomb.
Angelina Jolie
Angelina Jolie is an American actress, film director and humanitarian activist, known for her roles in films such as "Tomb Raider", "Salt", "Mr. and Mrs. Smith", "Girl, Interrupted" and "Maleficent" as well as for her extensive humanitarian work with the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has received worldwide recognition.

Angelina Jolie is known for being left-handed. This can often be seen in films, interviews and public appearances when she signs autographs. She writes with her left hand.
Anna Depenbusch [...]
Anna Depenbusch (born 1977) is a German singer and songwriter, known for albums such as "The Mathematics of Anna Depenbusch" and "Summer from Paper", which have made her a well-known figure in the German music landscape.

Unfortunately, there are not enough pictures and videos to be able to draw conclusions about their handedness. That's why we wrote to her and asked her for an autograph with a dedication to our left-handed shop - which we got. Therefore, we assume that she is actually left-handed.
Anneke Kim Sarnau
Anneke Kim Sarnau (born 1972) is a German theater and film actress, known for her roles in the TV series "Polizeiruf 110" and in the film "The Lives of Others", for which she received, among other things, two Grimme Awards.

It is publicly known that Anneke Kim Sarnau is left-handed. This can be seen, for example, in the fact that in the film “Hit Mom – Murderous Christmas” she plays a contract killer who shoots her victims with her left hand.
Annie Lennox
Annie Lennox (born 1954) is a Scottish musician and activist, known as the lead singer of Eurythmics with hits such as "Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)" and as a solo artist with the Oscar-winning song "Into the West" for the film "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King", also won several Grammy Awards.

There is some evidence that suggests Annie Lennox is left-handed. During live performances, Lennox can often be seen operating microphones and other equipment with her left hand. While researching images, we found photos of her signing posters with her left hand.
Anthony Perkins
Anthony Perkins (1932 - 1992) was an American actor best known for his role as Norman Bates in Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho.

In many of his films, Perkins is seen performing actions such as holding a phone, writing, or other action-related activities with his left hand. “Psycho” in particular contains scenes in which he holds objects with his left hand. Photographic evidence from public appearances and film sets shows Perkins signing autographs with his left hand.
Aristoteles
Aristotle (384 BC - 322 BC) was an ancient Greek philosopher, naturalist and scientist, known for his works such as Nicomachean Ethics and Metaphysics, which continue to influence the philosophical foundations of the Western world today.
Arjen Robben
Arjen Robben (born 1984) is a Dutch former footballer, known for his time at Bayern Munich and his crucial role in winning numerous titles, including the 2013 UEFA Champions League.

Numerous game highlights and goals in his career show how effectively Robben uses his left foot. His goals, particularly the long shots and precise finishes in critical games, illustrate his preference and ability to use his left foot. When reviewing images, we found evidence that Robben signs autographs with the left hand.
Arnim Teutoburg-Weiß
Arnim Teutoburg-Weiß (born 1978) is the lead singer of the German indie rock band Beatsteaks and a member of the DJ team Fra Diavolo, known for albums like "Smack Smash" and hits like "Hand in Hand".

It is common knowledge that he is left-handed because guitar is played left-handed. There are numerous images as evidence of this, which can be easily found using Google image search.
Art Garfunkel
Art Garfunkel (born 1941) is an American singer and actor, known as one half of the folk duo Simon & Garfunkel, with classics such as "The Sound of Silence" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water". You won several Grammy Awards with your music.

It has long been known that Art Garfunkel is left-handed. Although he plays his guitar like a right-handed person, at the latest at the autograph session you can clearly see that he even signs with his left hand. Corresponding image evidence can be easily found using Google search.
Ashley Cole
Ashley Cole (born 1980) is an English former footballer, known for his defensive prowess during his time at Arsenal and Chelsea, with notable achievements including winning the 2012 UEFA Champions League and multiple Premier League titles.

Ashley Cole is known for primarily using his left foot, making him an excellent left-back.
However, he signs autographs with his right hand, which wouldn't be unusual if he had been retrained. In addition, he often uses his right hand for spontaneous hand signals.
Therefore, we cannot with a clear conscience confirm that Ashley Cole is left-handed.
Ashley Tisdale
Ashley Tisdale (born 1985) is an American actress, voice actress and singer, known for her role as Sharpay Evans in the "High School Musical" trilogy.

Ashley Tisdale is left-handed. This information is proven by various sources. If you look for pictures on Google Images where she signs autographs, she only does so with her left hand.
Astrid M. Fünderich
Astrid M. Fünderich (born 1967) is a German actress, known for her long-standing leading role as Martina Seiffert in the crime series "SOKO Stuttgart".

There are no mentions of Astrid M. Fünderich's handedness in interviews or articles. Image research revealed that she is holding a handgun with her left hand in the film. She also likes to hold other objects, such as cell phones, ID cards or bags, in her left hand. On an autograph card she simulates a handgun with the 2 fingers of her left hand. When she clasps her fingers during an interview, her left hand is on top.
There's no clear evidence at all, but overall we think she's left-handed.
August Zirner
August Zirner (born 1956) is an Austrian-American actor, known for his roles in films such as The Counterfeiters and A Fleeing Horse.

August Zirner is left-handed. During public appearances, in films or interviews, you can often see him using objects such as pens or other tools primarily with his left hand. Specifically, we saw pictures of autograph sessions where he signs with links.
Axel Milberg
Axel Milberg (born 1956) is a German actor, author and radio play speaker known for his role as Klaus Borowski in the crime series "Tatort".

Milberg is actually left-handed. In many scenes of his role in "Tatort" and other film projects, Milberg can be seen using objects such as pens, telephone receivers and the like with his left hand. This is consistent across different productions.
He also signs autographs with his left hand.
Babe Ruth
Babe Ruth (1895 - 1948) was an American baseball player, one of the greatest athletes in baseball history, known for his home run records and his time with the New York Yankees. He was a seven-time World Series champion and is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Barack Obama [...]
Barack Obama (born 1961) is the 44th President and the first African-American President of the United States of America (2009–2017). He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 2009 for his efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples.
Barry Bonds
Barry Bonds (born 1964) is a former American baseball player, known for his home run records and his time with the San Francisco Giants. Bonds is a seven-time National League MVP, but has also faced controversy over doping allegations and has never been inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Bart Simpson
Bart Simpson is a fictional character from the television series The Simpsons, created by Matt Groening and first appearing in 1987. Bart is known for his cheeky, rebellious character and his role in humorous and socially critical episodes. The series has received numerous awards, including several Emmy Awards.

Bart is one of the most noticeable left-handers in the series. Bart often uses his left hand for activities such as writing and painting. For example, he writes links on the board in the opening credits of each episode.
Bastian Sick [...]
Bastian Sick (born 1965) is a German journalist and author, language critic and entertainer known for his column "Zwiebelfisch" in the magazine "Der Spiegel", in which he humorously addresses linguistic missteps. He has published several books, including the bestselling series "The dative is the death of the genitive".

Bastian Sick is known as a left-hander because he occasionally discusses his handedness in interviews. He also writes autographs with his left hand. By the way, on the autograph he sent us he wrote "Und das allesmit links!", what means "All with the left hand!".
Ben Stiller
Ben Stiller (born 1965) is an American actor, comedian and screenwriter, film director and film producer known for his roles in comedies such as "Night at the Museum", "Zoolander", "Meet the Parents" and "Tropic Thunder".
Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin (1706 - 1790) was an American statesman, author, scientist and inventor. He is considered one of the founding fathers of the United States, drafting the US Declaration of Independence, inventing the lightning rod and improving bifocal glasses. Franklin received numerous honors.
Benjamin Sadler
Benjamin Sadler (born 1971) is a German actor, known for his roles in German television films and series such as "Dresden" and "Das Adlon. A Family Saga".
Bernd Stelter [...]
Bernd Stelter (born 1961) is a German carnival performer, comedian, actor, writer, singer and television presenter. He is best known for his appearances in the carnival show "Karneval in Köln" and as a presenter of the quiz show "NRW Duell" and the comedy format "7 Days 7 Heads".
Betty Grable
Betty Grable (1916 - 1973) was an American actress and singer, famous in the 1940s as a symbol of the glamorous Hollywood starlet and particularly known for the iconic photograph showing her in a swimsuit and popular as a pin-up during World War II made.
Bianca Hein [...]
Bianca Hein (born 1975) is a German actress, known for her role as Katharina Lamprecht in the ZDF crime series "SOKO Munich".
Bill Clinton
Bill Clinton (born 1946) is a former President (1993–2001) of the United States. He is known for his economic policy successes and international peace efforts, including the signing of the North American Free Trade Agreement and peace talks in the Middle East.

Bill Clinton is an often-referenced example of left-handed presidents of the United States. A picture showing him signing documents is also often used in literature and the press in this context. What is noteworthy is that he received the information from Dr. Sattler's recommended writing position - serves as a positive example, so to speak.
Bill Gates [...]
Bill Gates (born 1955) is an American businessman, software developer and philanthropist, co-founder of Microsoft.

Gates is also known for his philanthropic efforts through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, which focuses on global health and education.
Billy Corgan
Billy Corgan (born 1967) is a musician, record producer, songwriter, lyricist and lead singer of the American alternative rock band Smashing Pumpkins, known for albums such as "Siamese Dream" and "Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness".

Billy is left-handed, although he plays the guitar like a right-handed person. He himself has stated in interviews that he is left-handed and signs autograph cards with his left hand. His left-handedness is also discussed in many articles.
Billy Ray Cyrus
Billy Ray Cyrus (born 1961) is an American country musician and actor, known for his hit song "Achy Breaky Heart" and as the father of Miley Cyrus. Cyrus has received several country music awards and is also known for his role on the TV show "Hannah Montana."

Billy Ray plays the guitar like a left-handed person. You can find quite a few photos of this in Google Image Search. In some pictures he also signs his autographs with his left hand.
Björn Borg
Björn Borg (born 1956) is a Swedish former tennis player, known for his dominance in men's tennis in the late 1970s with five consecutive victories at Wimbledon and six French Open titles.

Björn Borg plays tennis with his right hand and hits a two-handed backhand. In some lists of famous left-handers he is listed as left-handed. Unfortunately, we couldn't find any reliable evidence that he is actually left-handed. A vote on a tennis forum showed that 46% of users believed he was left-handed.
Björn Freitag
Björn Freitag (born 1973) is a German chef, television presenter, restaurateur and cookbook author, known for his appearances in cooking shows such as "Der Vorkoster" and "Einfach und delicious" on WDR.or
Bob Bryan
Bob Bryan (born 1978) is a former American professional tennis player, known for his success in doubles alongside his twin brother Mike Bryan. They are the most successful doubles team in tennis history with numerous Grand Slam titles and a gold medal at the 2012 Olympics.

Bob Bryan, known as one of the Bryan twins in professional tennis, is left-handed. This can be seen by watching him play, especially on the serve and forehand. In doubles games, which he is famous for alongside his twin brother Mike Bryan, his left-handedness serves as a strategic advantage as it allows the duo to position their forehands in the middle of the court. This is particularly effective when volleying at the net, as both sides of the court can be well covered. Bob is known for performing the majority of his strokes, including his very effective serve, with his left hand.
Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan (born 1941) is an iconic American singer-songwriter and lyricist, known for his influential songs such as "Blowin' in the Wind" and "The Times They Are a-Changin'", which became the anthem of the civil rights movement. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 2016 and has received several Grammys.
Bob Geldof
Bob Geldof (born 1951) is an Irish singer and political activist, known for his music career with the band The Boomtown Rats and for his humanitarian efforts, notably organizing the 1985 Live Aid concerts to combat the famine in Ethiopia.
Brent Spiner
Brent Spiner (1949) is an American actor, best known for his portrayal of the android Data in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation and several related films. Spiner has portrayed the role for several decades and is known for his ability to express complex emotions through the character of an emotionless android. In addition to "Star Trek," he has also appeared in a variety of other film and television projects, including "Independence Day" and its sequel.

Spinner himself wrote on his channel at "X" (formerly Twitter) that he is left-handed. He literally wrote on August 13, 2016 "Happy left-hander's day! I'm a lefty. But I use my right hand occasionally, too!"
Britt Hagedorn Otto Hahn
Britt Hagedorn (born 1972) is a German television presenter, known for hosting the talk show “Britt – Der Talk um eins”.
Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis (born 1955) is an American actor and producer, known for his role as John McClane in the "Die Hard" film series, one of the most iconic action figures in cinema. He also starred in numerous blockbusters such as "Armagedon", "16 Blocks", "12Monkeys", "The Expendables" and "The Fifth Element" and received numerous awards, including the Golden Globe, but no Oscar.
Buzz Aldrin
American astronaut
Caitlyn Jenner
Caitlyn Jenner (born 1949) is an American television personality and former Olympic gold medalist in the decathlon (1976), known for her role in the reality television series "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" and for her public transition from Bruce to Caitlyn Jenner, thereby she became one of the most well-known transgender people in the world.
Calogero
Calogero (born 1971 as Calogero Joseph Salvatore Maurici) is a French singer and songwriter. He began his career as a member of the band Les Charts in the 1980s before launching a successful solo career. His music mixes pop-rock with strong melodic elements. Calogero is known for hits such as "En apesanteur" and "Si seulement je pouvais lui manquer". He has received several awards, including the Victoires de la Musique, but he has not received any Grammy or Oscar awards.

Calogero plays the guitar like a left-handed person. He is also listed as a left-handed guitarist in Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_musicians_who_play_left-handed
Cardi B.
Cardi B (born 1992) is an American rapper known for her rapid rise in the music industry with hits such as "Bodak Yellow", which earned her a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance, and her debut album "Invasion of Privacy" won the 2019 Grammy for Best Rap Album.
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714 - 1788) was a German composer and musician of the classical music period, one of the sons of Johann Sebastian Bach, known for his contributions to the development of the piano sonata and for works such as the "Prussian Sonatas" and the "Hamburg Symphonies". People also called him Berliner or Hamburger Bach.
Cary Grant
Cary Grant (1904 - 1986) was a British-American actor, known for his charming presence in classic Hollywood films such as North by Northwest and To Catch a Thief. He was nominated for an Oscar several times but never won one.
Caspar David Friedrich
Caspar David Friedrich (1774 - 1840) was a German Romantic painter known for his iconic landscape paintings, which often depict human figures in stunning natural scenes, such as "Wanderer Above the Sea of ​​Fog" and "The Cross in the Mountains."
Celine Dion
Celine Dion (born 1968) is a Canadian singer, known for her powerful voice and ballads such as "My Heart Will Go On" from the film "Titanic", which earned her the Academy Award for Best Original Song and several Grammys.
Cem Özdemir [...]
Cem Özdemir (born 1965) is a German Green Party politician, known for his work on integration and environmental issues and for his role as one of the first Turkish-born chairmen of a German party.
Cesc Fàbregas
Cesc Fàbregas (born 1987) is a Spanish footballer and current coach, known for his time at Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea, as well as his role in the Spanish national team that won the 2010 FIFA World Cup. He has won numerous national and international titles.
Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin (1889 - 1977) was a British actor, comedian, director and composer, known as a pioneer of silent films and creator of the character "The Tramp", with classic films such as "Modern Times" and "The Great Dictator". He received an honorary Oscar in 1972 and was knighted by the British Queen Elizabeth II two years later.
Chester Bennington
Chester Bennington (1976 - 2017) was the lead singer of the American rock band Linkin Park, known for his intense voice and hits such as "In the End" and "Numb". He won several Grammys with the band. In addition, he was also part of Dead by Sunrise, Stone Temple Pilots and Gray Daze.
Chris Rea
Chris Rea (born 1951) is a British rock and blues singer, guitarist and songwriter. He is particularly known for his distinctive, smoky vocals and his slide guitar skills. His most famous hits include "Fool (If You Think It's Over)", "On the Beach", and "Driving Home for Christmas". Rea has received several awards and accolades throughout his career, including the Ivor Novello Award.

Chris Rea is listed as a left-handed player on many lists. This is even mentioned in Wikipedia, although he plays the guitar like a right-handed person.
Christian Sievers
Christian Sievers (born 1969) is a German journalist and television presenter, known as a news anchor for the "heute-journal" on ZDF.
Christian Ude
Christian Ude (born 1947) is a German politician from the SPD who was mayor of Munich from 1993 to 2014 and was committed to social and environmental issues.
Christian Vieri
Christian Vieri (born 1973) is a former Italian footballer, including as a striker for Inter Milan and in the Italian national team. He was known for his powerful playing style.
Christine Schorn [...]
Christine Schorn (born 1944) is a German actress, known for her roles in DEFA films and later in numerous German television series and films.
Christine Westermann
Christine Westermann (born 1948) is a German television and radio presenter, known for her participation in the literary program "Zimmer frei!" and her work as a book author.
Christof Bosch
Christof Bosch (born 1959) is a German engineer and entrepreneur, grandson of Robert Bosch and known as a member of the Bosch family and head of the Robert Bosch GmbH Foundation.

In a 2009 interview with Stern magazine, he revealed that he was left-handed and was retrained so that he couldn't write well on either the right or the left.
Christopher Edward Nolan
Christopher Nolan (born 1970) is a British-American director, producer and screenwriter, known for his complex and visually stunning films such as "Inception", "The Dark Knight" trilogy, "Interstellar" and "Oppenheimer".
Clark Gable
Clark Gable (born 1901, died 1960) was an US-American actor, known as "The King of Hollywood" with iconic roles in films such as "Gone with the Wind", for which he received several awards, including an Oscar.
Claudia Jung [...]
Claudia Jung (born 1964) is a German pop singer, actress and politician, known for hits such as "Je t'aime mon amour" and her political work in the Bavarian state parliament for the Free Voters.
Claudia Kleinert
Claudia Kleinert (born 1970) is a German meteorologist and television presenter, known for her weather presentations on ARD.
Claudine Wilde
Claudine Wilde (born 1967) is a German actress, known for her role in the television series "Klinik unter Palmen" and other numerous appearances in German TV productions.
Cole Porter
Cole Porter (1891 - 1964) was an American composer and songwriter, known for his ambitious songs and musicals such as "Anything Goes" and "Kiss Me, Kate", which earned him several awards, including Tonys.
Colin Hodgkinson
Colin Hodgkinson (born 1945) is a British blues rock bassist, known for his innovative playing technique and membership in bands such as Whitesnake and The Spencer Davis Group.
Dani Levi
Dani Levi (born 1957) is a Swiss actor, film director and screenwriter. He gained fame for his films such as “Everything on Sugar!” and “My Leader – The Truest Truth About Adolf Hitler,” which made him famous in the German film scene.
Daniel Brühl [...]
Daniel Brühl (born 1978) is a German-Spanish actor, known for his roles in films such as "Inglourious Basterds", "Good Bye Lenin!" and "Rush", as well as for his portrayal of Niki Lauda, ​​for which he received several awards, including a Golden Globe nomination.
David Bowie
David Bowie (1947 - 2016) was a British singer, songwriter and actor, known for his musical versatility and visual performances, with hits such as "Space Oddity", "Heroes" and "Let's Dance". He won several Grammy Awards and a posthumous Grammy for his last album, Blackstar.
David Cameron
David Cameron (born 1966) is a British politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 2010 to 2016. He is best known for his leadership during the Brexit referendum campaign, which led to his resignation and Britain's exit from the European Union.
Demi Moore
Demi Moore (born 1962) is an American actress, known for her roles in films such as "Ghost", "G.I. Jane", "Charlie's Angels" and "Indecent Proposal". She was one of the highest paid actresses in the 1990s.
Desmond Tutu
Desmond Tutu (1931 - 2021) was a South African Anglican bishop and social rights activist, known for his work against apartheid and his work as chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission. He received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984.
Diane Keaton
Diane Keaton (born 1946) is an American actress, director and film producer, known for her roles in films such as "Annie Hall", for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress, and "The Godfather" series.
Diego Baliardo
Diego Baliardo (born 1957) is a French musician and guitarist, best known as a founding member of the band Gipsy Kings, known for their distinctive mix of flamenco, salsa and pop music. Their well-known hits include “Bamboleo” and “Djobi Djoba”. The Gipsy Kings are internationally successful and have received Grammy nominations.

Diego Baliardo plays the guitar like a left-handed person. You can't see this in pictures of the band's performances, it's also mentioned in various articles about the band.
Diego Maradona
Diego Maradona (1960 - 2020) was an Argentine football player and coach, known as one of the greatest footballers of all time, famous for his performance in the 1986 World Cup, particularly the "Hand of God" goal.
Dieter Bohlen [...]
Dieter Bohlen (born 1954) is a German musician, composer, singer, producer and TV personality, known as a member of the pop duo Modern Talking and as a long-time juror on the TV show "Deutschland sucht den Superstar".
Dominique Horwitz
Dominique Horwitz (born 1957) is a French actor and singer, known for his role in the film "Stalingrad" and for his performances in German theater and television productions.
Douglas Noël Adams
Douglas Noël Adams (1952 - 2001) was a British writer and humorist, best known for his science fiction series "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy", which achieved great popularity as a book, radio play and later as a television series.
Eddie Cahill
Eddie Cahill (born 1978) is an American actor, known for his role as detective Don Flack in the TV series "CSI: NY" and as goalkeeper Jim Craig in the film "Miracle".
Edgar Davids
Edgar Davids (born 1973) is a Dutch former footballer, known for his dynamic midfield style and distinctive goggles during his time with teams such as Ajax, Juventus and the Dutch national team.
Edgar Dean „Ed“ Mitchell
Edgar Dean "Ed" Mitchell (1930 - 2016) was an American astronaut, known as the sixth person to walk on the moon (Apollo 14 mission).
Ehud Olmert
Ehud Olmert (born 1945) is a former Israeli politician who served as Prime Minister of Israel from 2006 to 2009. He was best known for his involvement in peace negotiations with the Palestinians and later legal problems.
Elvis Costello
Elvis Costello (born 1954 as Declan Patrick MacManus) is an English musician, songwriter and record producer known for his diverse music career with hits such as "Alison" and "Pump It Up". He has received multiple Grammy nominations and received the 2020 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Eminem
Eminem (born 1972 as Marshall Bruce Mathers III) is an American rapper, songwriter and producer, known for his provocative lyrics and success in the music industry with albums such as "The Slim Shady LP", "The Marshall Mathers LP" and has won several Grammys .
Emma Thompson
Emma Thompson (born 1959) is a British actress, screenwriter and producer, known for her roles in films such as Sense and Sensibility, for which she won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay, and Howards End, for which she won one Oscar for best actress.
Enie van de Meiklokjes
Enie van de Meiklokjes (born 1974 as Doreen Grochowski) is a German television presenter, radio play speaker and actress, known for her colorful personality and moderation of lifestyle and baking shows such as "Sweet & Easy – Enie bakes".
Enrico Caruso
Enrico Caruso (1873 - 1921) was an Italian tenor, one of the most famous opera singers of his time, known for performances in the world's largest opera houses and recordings that were among the record industry's first major sales successes.
Eoin Colfer
Eoin Colfer (born 1965) is an Irish writer, best known for his young adult novel series Artemis Fowl, which became international bestsellers and was later made into a film by Disney.
Erich Kästner
Erich Kästner (1899 - 1974) was a German author and poet, known for his sharp, often satirical works and children's books such as "Emil and the Detectives" and "The Double Lottchen", influential in 20th century literature.
Esteban Cambiasso
Esteban Cambiasso (born 1980) is a former Argentine footballer, known for his time as a defensive midfielder for Inter Milan, where he won numerous titles, including the 2010 UEFA Champions League.
Esther Zimmering
Esther Zimmering (born 1977) is a German actress, known for her roles in German films and television series such as "Polizeiruf 110" and "Die Sitte".
Ferenc Puskás
Ferenc Puskás (1927 - 2006) was a Hungarian football player and coach, known as one of the greatest strikers in football history and for his time at Real Madrid, where he won three European Cups. He is the namesake of the FIFA Puskás Award, which is presented annually for the most beautiful goal.
Florian Lukas
Florian Lukas (born 1973) is a German actor, known for his role in the film "Good Bye Lenin!" and the television series “Weissensee”.
Florian Silbereisen [...]
Florian Silbereisen (born 1981) is a German showmaster, television presenter, pop singer and actor, known as the host of folk music shows such as "The Advent Festival of 100,000 Lights" and a member of the band Klubbb3 and captain in the television series Das Traumschiff.
Florian Weber
Florian Weber (born 1976) is a German television and radio presenter, known for his moderation of various television shows such as "Schlag den Star", "Clever - The Show that Creates Knowledge" and "1, 2 or 3".
Francine Joy „Fran“ Drescher
Francine Joy "Fran" Drescher (born 1957) is an American actress, writer and producer, known for her starring role in the sitcom "The Nanny", which she also co-created and which earned her two Emmy nominations.

As an activist, she is committed to the rights of actors and has been President of the US Actors Union since 2021.
Franck Ribéry
Franck Ribéry (born 1983) is a French former football player and football coach, known for his time at Bayern Munich, where he won several Bundesliga titles and the 2013 UEFA Champions League.
Frank-Markus Barwasser
Frank-Markus Barwasser (born 1960) is a German journalist and cabaret artist, known by his stage name Erwin Pelzig, with whom he presents satirical television shows such as "Pelzig keeps himself".
Franz Josef Strauß
Franz Josef Strauss (1915 - 1988) was a German politician of the CSU, known as a long-time Bavarian Prime Minister and Federal Minister in various offices, a key figure in German post-war politics.
Franz Kafka
Franz Kafka (1883 - 1924) was a Bohemian German-language writer, known for his profound and often surreal works such as "The Metamorphosis" and "The Trial".
Franz von Lenbach
Franz von Lenbach (1836 - 1904) was a German painter, known for his portraits of important figures of his time, including Otto von Bismarck and Pope Leo XIII.
Fred Astaire
Fred Astaire (1899 - 1987) was an American dancer, singer, actor and choreographer, known for his elegant and innovative dancing in films such as "Top Hat" and "Swing Time"; he has received multiple Emmy and Golden Globe Awards.
Freddie Miller
Freddie Miller (1906 - 1962) was an American boxer, known as the world featherweight champion in the 1930s, recognized for his technical finesse and defensive skills.

Freddie Miller was known for his left-handed fighting style, also known as "Southpaw". His career in the 1930s clearly showed that he used his left hand as his leading hand in the ring. Historical battle records and accounts of his fights often attest to his left-handedness, describing how he used his left hand to strike decisive blows and control the flow of the fight. Such stylistic details are well documented in fight reports and boxing history, clearly confirming his left-handedness.
Frederik Willem de Klerk
Frederik Willem de Klerk (1936 - 2021) was a South African politician, known as the last president of the apartheid regime and for his role in the peaceful end of apartheid, for which he shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela in 1993.
Friedrich der Große
Frederick the Great (1712 - 1786) was King of Prussia and known for his military successes and the extensive modernization of the Prussian state as well as his support of art and philosophy.
Friedrich Nietzsche
Friedrich Nietzsche (1844 - 1900) was a German philosopher, cultural critic and classical philologist known for his profound and often provocative works on morality, religion, culture, philosophy and science. His best-known writings include “Thus Spoke Zarathustra,” “Beyond Good and Evil,” and “The Birth of Tragedy.” Nietzsche had a significant influence on 20th and 21st century philosophy.
Gabriel Elorde
Gabriel Elorde (1935 - 1985) was a Filipino professional boxer, known for his technical ability and long career in the featherweight and lightweight divisions. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
Gaius Julius Caesar
Gaius Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) was a Roman statesman, military leader and author, known for his crucial role in the events that led to the fall of the Roman Republic and the founding of the Roman Empire. His commentaries on the Gallic Wars are a classic work of literature.
Gary Moore
Gary Moore (1952 - 2011) was a Northern Irish blues, blues rock and hard rock guitarist, composer and singer, known for his powerful guitar work. A well-known work is “Still Got the Blues”.
Gentleman [...]
Gentleman (born Tilmann Otto in 1975) is a German reggae musician, known for his influence on the European reggae scene and albums such as "Confidence" and "New Day Dawn".
Georg VI.
George VI (1895 - 1952) was King of the United Kingdom and the British Dominions, Head of the British Commonwealth of Nations and the last Emperor of India until 1947. He gained importance because of his leadership during the Second World War. His story was portrayed in the film “The King's Speech,” which won several Oscars.
George Bush (Senior)
George Bush (Senior) (1924 - 2018) was the 41st President of the United States (1989–1993), known for his foreign policies, including the military operation to liberate Kuwait in the Gulf War.
George Michael
George Michael (1963 - 2016) was a British singer, songwriter and record producer, member of the duo Wham! and successful solo artist with hits like "Careless Whisper" and "Faith". He won two Grammy Awards.
Gerald Ford
Gerald Ford (1913 - 2006) was the 38th President of the United States (1974–1977), known for his role in restoring confidence in the presidency after the Watergate scandal.
Geza Loso
Geza Loso (1951) studied to become a concert pianist and piano teacher at the Béla Bartók Conservatory in Budapest. He became known for his commitment to left-handed piano playing.

He is considered the inventor of the left-handed piano. Together with the Blüthner company from Leipzig, he designed the world's first modern left-handed concert grand piano (2001). Various piano models for left-handers followed in 2009 and further e-pianos for left-handers in 2015, which can be switched from right-handed to left-handed at the push of a button.
Giovane Elber
Giovane Elber (born 1972) is a Brazilian former footballer, known for his time at Bayern Munich, where he won several Bundesliga titles and a UEFA Champions League title.
Giovanni Zarrella [...]
Giovanni Zarrella (born 1978) is a German singer and television presenter of Italian origin, known for his membership in the band Bro'Sis and his solo career in pop music.
Glenn Gould
Glenn Gould (1932 - 1982) was a Canadian pianist, famous for his technically brilliant and emotionally profound interpretations of Bach's works, including the recordings of the "Goldberg Variations".
Goldie Hawn
Goldie Hawn (born 1945) is an American actress and film producer, known for her roles in comedies such as "Cactus Flower", for which she won an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, and "Private Benjamin".
Gonzalo Castro
Gonzalo Castro (born 1987) is a German-Spanish footballer, known for his time with Bayer Leverkusen and Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga.
Gordon Ramsay
Gordon Ramsay (born 1966) is a British chef, television presenter, author and entrepreneur, known for his harsh criticism on cooking shows such as "Hell's Kitchen" and "Kitchen Nightmares"; he has received several Michelin stars for his restaurants.
Gottfried Vollmer [...]
Gottfried Vollmer (born 1953) is a German actor, known for his role in the TV series "Alarm für Cobra 11".
Greg Norman
Greg Norman (born 1955) is an Australian former professional golfer, known as one of the world's leading golfers in the 1980s and 1990s with two British Open victories (1986, 1993) and numerous weeks as number one in the world rankings. He also has a successful career in golf course design and as an entrepreneur.
Gregor Weber
Gregor Weber (born 1968) is a German actor and author, known for his role as Chief Inspector Stefan Deininger in the ARD crime series "Tatort". In addition to his acting career, he has also published several books.
Greta Garbo
Greta Garbo (1905 - 1990) was a Swedish actress, known for her extraordinary beauty and mystical charisma in Hollywood films of the 1920s and 1930s such as "Grand Hotel" and "Anna Karenina". She retired from the screen early and remains an icon of classic cinema.
Gromit
Gromit is a fictional, intelligent and expressive dog from the British stop-motion animated series Wallace and Gromit, created by Nick Park and Aardman Animations. This series includes popular films such as "The Techno Pants" (1993), "Among Sheep" (1995) and "The Hunt for the Giant Rabbit" (2005). The films have received several awards, including several Oscars, with "Among Sheep" and "The Hunt for the Giant Rabbit" each winning the Oscar for Best Animated Short Film.

In various episodes and films in the series, Gromit is seen handling tools, utensils, and other objects primarily with his left paw. In the Wikipedia article about Gromit, he is also described as left-handed.
Guido Hammesfahr
Guido Hammesfahr (1974) is a German actor, best known for his role as Fritz Fuchs in the children's television series "Löwenzahn". This role made him particularly popular among young viewers. Hammesfahr has been appearing in this series since 2006 and has made a name for himself through his sympathetic portrayal and ability to convey complex topics in a child-friendly manner.

In the episode "Left or Right? - The Tricky Test" from 2022, he discussed left-handedness and made it clear that he is also left-handed.
Günther Grass
Günter Grass (1927 - 2015) was a German writer, sculptor, painter and graphic artist, known for his literary works that often deal with the German past, including his most famous novel "The Tin Drum". He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1999.
Hans Apel
Hans Apel (1932 - 2011) was a German economist and politician of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD), known for his roles as Finance Minister from 1974 to 1978 and as Defense Minister from 1978 to 1982 under Chancellor Helmut Schmidt.
Hans Christian Andersen
Hans Christian Andersen (1805-1875) is Denmark's most famous writer, best known for his literary fairy tales, including “The Little Mermaid,” “The Ugly Duckling,” and “The Snow Queen.” His works have been translated into more than 125 languages ​​worldwide and have significantly influenced the fairy tale genre.
Hans Holbein
Hans Holbein the Younger (1497-1543) was a German artist and one of the most important portrait painters of the Renaissance. He lived in Basel (Switzerland) from 1520 and is known for his detailed and expressive portraits, including that of King Henry VIII. Holbein was also active as a designer of book illustrations and a designer of jewelry and costumes.
Hansi Müller
Hansi Müller (*1957) is a former German football player and current football official who played as a midfielder for VfB Stuttgart and the German national team in the late 1970s and early 1980s. He is best known for his participation in the 1980 European Championships, where Germany won the title.
Hape Kerkeling [...]
Hape Kerkeling (*1964) is a German comedian, actor, television presenter, singer, audio book and voice actor and author who became known for his diverse television roles and as the creator of popular characters such as “Horst Schlämmer”. Kerkeling has also written several successful books, including the autobiographical “I'm gone then,” which describes his pilgrimage on the Way of St. James.
Harald Lesch
Harald Lesch (*1960) is a German astrophysicist, natural philosopher and science communicator. He is best known for his television appearances, in which he makes complex scientific topics accessible to a wide audience. Lesch is known for his ability to combine science with philosophical and social questions.
Harry S. Truman
Harry S. Truman (1884-1972) was the 33rd President of the United States (1945 - 1953). He took office after the death of Franklin D. Roosevelt and was crucial to the final stages of World War II and the beginnings of the Cold War. Truman is known for authorizing the dropping of atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, introducing the Marshall Plan to revitalize the European economy after the war, establishing the Truman Doctrine, and founding NATO.
Harry Valerien
Harry Valerien (1923-2012) was a German sports journalist and presenter, known as a co-founder and presenter of Aktuelle Sportstudio (ZDF) and as a presenter of major sporting events such as the Olympic Games. He significantly influenced sports reporting on German television.
Hazel Brugger
Hazel Brugger (born 1993) is a Swiss-German stand-up comedian, cabaret artist, presenter, blogger and author, known for her biting humor and sharp-tongued comments on socio-political issues. She has won several comedy awards and appears regularly on German television shows.
Heidi Brühl
Heidi Brühl (1942-1991) was a German actress, radio play actress, voice actress and singer who became known in the 1960s through films and as a pop singer. She represented Germany at the Eurovision Song Contest in 1963 with the song “Marcel”.
Heidi Kabel
Heidi Kabel (1914-2010) was a German actress who was primarily associated with the Ohnsorg Theater in Hamburg. She was an icon of North German folk theater and appeared in numerous plays and television productions.
Heiner Müller
Heiner Müller (1929–1995) was an influential German playwright, poet and theater director known for his postmodern and postdramatic works. His texts are known for their enigmatic and fragmentary qualities, which contributed significantly to modern theater. His best-known works include “The Hamlet Machine”, “The Order” and “Quartet”. Müller was highly regarded for his literary contributions and received several important awards, including the Georg Büchner Prize.
Heinrich Heine
Heinrich Heine (1797–1856) was a German poet, writer and journalist known for his lyrical poems and critical essays. He is one of the central figures of German Romanticism, although many of his works contain political and social criticism. His most famous works include The Book of Songs and Germany. A winterstory. Heine's writings are characterized by their satirical sharpness and elegant style.
Heinz Erhardt
Heinz Erhardt (1909–1979) was a German comedian, musician, entertainer, actor and poet. He is best known for his wordplay, his playful word creations and humorous poems. Erhardt was an icon of German entertainment, especially in the 1950s and 1960s, and appeared in numerous films and television shows.
Helen Keller
Helen Keller (1880–1968) was an American author, activist, and lecturer who achieved remarkable educational achievements despite her blindness and deafness. She is an inspiring figure in the fight for the rights of people with disabilities. Keller wrote several books, including her famous autobiography, “The Story of My Life,” and was passionate about social justice and the rights of people with disabilities.
Hélène Grimaud
Hélène Grimaud (born 1969) is a French pianist known for her profound and technically demanding interpretations of classical music. She has made a number of highly acclaimed recordings, including works by Brahms, Rachmaninoff and Beethoven, and is one of the leading classical musicians of her generation.
Hellmuth Karasek
Hellmuth Karasek (1934 - 2015) was a German literary critic, journalist and author, known for his many years as a critic at the weekly newspaper "Der Spiegel" and as a member of the "Literary Quartet". He also wrote several books, including "The Magazine" and his memoirs "On the Run."
Henri de Toulouse Lautrec
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (1864 - 1901) was a French painter and printmaker known for his vivid depictions of Parisian nightlife during the Belle Époque. His most famous works include posters such as "La Goulue au Moulin Rouge" and paintings such as "At the Moulin Rouge".
Henry Ford
Henry Ford (1863 - 1947) was an American governor of Michigan, industrialist and founder of the Ford Motor Company, known for pioneering assembly line manufacturing that revolutionized mass production. His Model T made the automobile an affordable commodity for the general American public.
Henry Maske [...]
Henry Maske (born 1964) is a former German boxer, known as one of the most successful German professional boxers in the 1990s. He won several light heavyweight world championship titles, including at the IBF, and was honored many times for his sporting achievements.

He is known for his orthodox boxing style, meaning he uses his left hand as a lead hand and his right hand as a striking hand. This fighting orientation is typical for right-handers in boxing. Since he is listed as left-handed in relevant lists, we thought we would write to him and ask for an autograph with a dedication. And he actually signed “Your left-hander Henry Maske”. So he's left-handed!
Herbert C. Hoover
Herbert C. Hoover (1874 - 1964) was the 31st President of the United States (1929–1933), best known for his time in office during the beginning of the Great Depression. Despite his extensive career as a successful mining engineer and humanitarian leader of European food aid during and after the First World War, he was unable to successfully manage the economic crisis of the 1930s.
Horst Frank
Horst Frank (1929 - 1999) was a German actor, radio play and voice actor, known for his distinctive, often villainous roles in German crime films and television series such as "The Commissioner" and "Derrick". He also appeared in numerous international productions.
Howard Carpendale
Howard Carpendale (born 1946) is a South African singer and composer who enjoyed great success, especially in Germany. With hits like "Ti Amo", "Hello Again" and "Nights when everything is asleep" he became one of the most popular pop musicians of the 1970s and 1980s.
Hugh Jackman
Hugh Jackman (born 1968) is an Australian actor, film producer and singer, best known for his role as Wolverine in the "X-Men" film series. Jackman has also appeared in musicals and films such as "Les Misérables" and "The Greatest Showman," for which he received numerous awards, including a Tony Award and an Oscar nomination.
Hugo Chavez
Hugo Chavez (1954 - 2013) was the 62nd President of Venezuela from 1999 until his death. He was known for his charismatic leadership, his populist policies known as Chavismo, and his controversial role in the reorientation of the Venezuelan economy and society, which generated both intense support and sharp criticism.
Iggy Pop
Iggy Pop (born 1947) is an American singer, guitarist, composer, drummer, rock musician and actor, known as the "Godfather of Punk" for his groundbreaking role as lead singer of the band The Stooges with iconic albums such as "Raw Power" and " "Fun House". His wild stage style and influential music have made him a legendary figure in rock history.
Inka Bause [...]
Inka Bause (born 1968) is a German television presenter and singer, known for hosting the popular RTL program "Bauer sucht Frau". She is also known for her musical career in the 1980s and has established herself as a likeable and popular personality on German television.
Irene Fischer
Irene Fischer (born 1948) is a German actress and screenwriter, best known for her long-running role as Anna Ziegler in the ARD soap opera "Lindenstraße", which she played from 1987 (episode 61) to episode 1758 (2020).
Irina Wanka
Irina Wanka (born 1961) is a German-Austrian actress and voice actress, known for her work in film and television.
Isaac Newton
Isaac Newton (1643 - 1727) was an English mathematician, physicist and astronomer, known as one of the central figures of the Scientific Revolution. His formulation of the laws of motion and universal gravitation in works such as "Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica" laid the foundation for classical mechanics and has had a significant influence on modern science.
Ivica Olic
Ivica Olic (born 1979) is a Croatian former football player and current coach, known for his time as a striker at clubs such as FC Bayern Munich, Hamburger SV and VfL Wolfsburg.
James A. Garfield
James A. Garfield (1831–1881) was the 20th President of the United States (1881) and is known for his short term in office of just six months before he was assassinated. As president, he pushed for important reforms in education and civic services and was a strong supporter of African American rights.
James Cameron
James Cameron (born 1954) is a Canadian film director, producer, screenwriter and three-time Academy Award winner known for his work on some of the most successful films of all time, including Titanic, which won eleven Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, and "Avatar", which achieved the highest grossing worldwide.
Jan van Goyen
Jan van Goyen (1596–1656) was a Dutch painter and draftsman of the Baroque period, known for his landscape paintings, which often show simple yet atmospherically dense depictions of Dutch rural life. His works such as "View of Dordrecht from the Dordtse Kil" are known for their innovative composition and subtle use of color.
Jana Ina Zarella
Jana Ina Zarella (born 1976) is a Brazilian presenter, model and singer who is best known in Germany through reality formats such as “Just Married”, “The Model and the Freak”, “Jana Ina & Giovanni – We are Pregnant”. ".
Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander (born 1959) is an American actor, best known for his role as George Costanza in the hugely successful television series Seinfeld. For this role he was nominated for multiple Emmys and received numerous other recognitions.
Jay Leno
Jay Leno (born 1950) is an American comedian and television host, best known for his long-running role as host of "The Tonight Show" from 1992 to 2009 and again from 2010 to 2014. Leno has won multiple Emmy Awards and is known for his trademark humor and interviews with numerous celebrities.
Jean-Paul Gaultier
Jean-Paul Gaultier (born 1952) is a French fashion designer known for his avant-garde and often provocative collections. He revolutionized the fashion world with designs such as the iconic cone bra for Madonna and was the creative head of the eponymous fashion house for a long time before presenting his last haute couture show in 2020.
Jennifer Lawrence
Jennifer Lawrence (born 1990) is an American actress and film producer, known for her roles in films such as Silver Linings Playbook, for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress, X-Men and Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games film series. Her performances have earned her international recognition and several other awards, including Golden Globes.
Jennifer Rush
Jennifer Rush (born 1960) is an American-German singer, known for her hit song "The Power of Love", which was one of the best-selling singles of the 1980s. Many of her songs have been covered by many artists including Celine Dion.

It is difficult to determine whether Jennifer Rush is truly left-handed. There are no plausible journalistic sources that can serve as evidence. An image and video research showed that she held the microphone in her left hand for the majority of her performances, which is why we would classify her as a left-hander. In the future, we will ask you for an autograph with a dedication to clarify the question.
Jerry Seinfeld
Jerry Seinfeld (born 1954) is an American stand-up comedian, actor, screenwriter, producer and author, best known as the creator and star of the television series "Seinfeld", considered by many to be one of the greatest and most influential sitcoms of all time becomes. Seinfeld has received multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards for his work on the series.
Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba (born 1981) is an American actress and entrepreneur, known for her roles in films such as Fantastic Four and Sin City. She is also co-founder of The Honest Company, a company specializing in eco-friendly baby, home and personal care products.
Jim Carrey
Jim Carrey (born 1962) is a Canadian-American actor and comedian, known for his energetic slapstick performances in films such as The Mask, Dumb and Dumber and Bruce Almighty. Carrey has received multiple Golden Globe awards for his work in “The Moon Man” and “The Truman Show.”
Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht
Jimi Blue Ochsenknecht (born 1991) is a German actor, pop rapper and singer, known for his roles in the films “The Wild Guys” and his music career.
Jimi Hendrix
Jimi Hendrix (1942–1970) was an American guitarist, composer and singer, considered one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of popular music. Known for his exceptional guitar playing and revolutionary music, he left behind classics such as “Purple Haze” and “The Wind Cries Mary” and influenced generations of musicians.
Jimmy Connors
Jimmy Connors (born 1952) is a former American tennis player, one of the most dominant players of the 1970s and early 1980s. Connors won a total of eight Grand Slam titles, including five US Opens, and was known for his combative style and longevity on the tour.

Jimmy Connors is known for being left-handed, which is evident when you look at his playing style in tennis. He performs his serve, forehand and backhand with his left hand, which is typical for left-handed players.
Joachim Löw [...]
Joachim Löw (born 1960) is a former German footballer and long-time coach of the German national team, under whose leadership Germany won the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Löw is known for his tactical acumen and his ability to develop young talent.
Joe Calzaghe
Joe Calzaghe (born 1972) is an Italian-Welsh former boxer who remained undefeated and is considered one of the greatest super middleweight and light heavyweight boxers of all time. He held world titles in two weight classes and was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

Joe Calzaghe is known for being a left-handed fighter who fought in the so-called "Southpaw" style. Calzaghe often used his left hand as his stronger batting hand, which is typical of a left-handed player. His ability to land quick combinations with his left hand was a key element of his success.
Video footage of his fights clearly shows that Calzaghe is comfortable using the southpaw style, where the right hand is in front and the left hand is stronger and more dominant in use.
In interviews, Calzaghe himself has mentioned his preference for the southpaw style and how it gives him an advantage over many opponents trained primarily against orthodox boxers.
Joe Cocker
Joe Cocker (1944–2014) was an English rock and blues singer, known for his husky voice and emotional performances. His biggest hits include "With a Little Help from My Friends," "You Are So Beautiful" and "Up Where We Belong," a Grammy-winning duet with Jennifer Warnes.
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749–1832) was a German poet, writer, scientist and statesman, whose works such as “Faust” and “The Sorrows of Young Werther” are among the most important in German literature and Sturm und Drang. Goethe is considered one of the defining figures of German literature and his influence extends to the present day.
Johannes B. Kerner [...]
Johannes B. Kerner (born 1964) is a German television presenter, known for hosting a variety of formats, including his talk show “Johannes B. Kerner Show”. He has also hosted major sporting events and entertainment shows and is a well-known personality on German television.
John Cena
John Cena (born 1977) is an American wrestler, actor and television host. He is best known for his successful career in WWE, where he won the world championship 16 times. Additionally, he appeared in Hollywood films such as "F9" and "Bumblebee".

John Cena is managed as left-handers in relevant wrestling portals. A picture search also showed that he makes autographs with his left hand, eats on the left, but shoots on the right in his films. One reason for the different behavior when shooting could be the dominance of the right eye.
John D. Rockefeller
John D. Rockefeller (1839–1937) was an American entrepreneur and philanthropist, founder of the Standard Oil Company, who, through his business practices and monopoly power, became the richest man of his time and the first billionaire ever. Rockefeller is also known for his extensive philanthropic efforts, supporting educational institutions, healthcare organizations, and arts projects.
John McCain
John McCain (1936–2018) was an American politician and member of the Republican Party who represented Arizona in the United States Senate and ran as the Republican presidential candidate in 2008. McCain was a Vietnam War veteran and known for his work in foreign policy as well as his occasional bipartisan efforts.
John McEnroe
John McEnroe (born 1959) is an American former tennis player, known for his outstanding skills on the tennis court and his spirited arguments with referees and opponents. McEnroe won seven Grand Slam singles titles, including three Wimbledon and four US Opens, and was a dominant figure in tennis in the 1980s.

He performs his serve and all of his strokes, including forehand and backhand, with his left hand. McEnroe's left-handedness was a defining characteristic of his career and played a key role in his playing style.
John McTierna
John McTiernan (*1951) is an American director and producer who is best known for action films. His best-known works include "Die Hard", "Predator", "Rollerball" and "The Hunt for Red October", which are considered genre classics.

Unfortunately, there are not many image documents on handfulness. As it seems in a picture of Getty, he signs autographs with left.
Jon Flemming Olsen
Jon Flemming Olsen (born 1965) is a German musician, graphic designer, author, actor and television presenter, known as a member of the band Texas Lightning and for his role as Ingo in the series "Dittsche". He is also a solo artist and has released several albums.
Jon Stewart
Jon Stewart (born 1962) is an American comedian, writer, actor, director, producer and television host, known for his longtime work as host of the satirical news program "The Daily Show," which won several Emmy Awards under his leadership. Stewart is known for his sharp political wit and criticism of political and media figures.
Jonathan Togo
Jonathan Togo (born 1977) is an American actor, known for his role as Ryan Wolfe in the television series "CSI: Miami". In addition to his work in this series, he has appeared in various films and other television series.
Jörg Hartmann [...]
Jörg Hartmann (born 1969) is a German actor, radio play speaker and screenwriter, known for his role as Chief Inspector Peter Faber in the crime series "Tatort" from Dortmund.
Jörg Immendorff
Jörg Immendorff (1945–2007) was a German painter, sculptor and art professor, known for his expressive and often politically charged works. He was one of the leading representatives of the Neue Wilden and created important works such as the "Café Deutschland" series, which deals with the division of Germany.
Jörg Wontorra
Jörg Wontorra (born 1948) is a German sports journalist and television presenter, known for his long-standing hosting of the football talk show "Doppelpass" on Sport1. He is a fixture in German sports journalism and has won many fans thanks to his competent and often direct manner.
Josephine Bonaparte
Josephine Bonaparte (1763–1814) was the first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte and Empress of the French. She is known for her influence on Napoleon and her role as a leading figure in political and cultural circles during the Napoleonic era in France.
Judy Garland
Judy Garland (1922-1969) was an American actress and singer, famous worldwide for her role as Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz. Her performance of the song "Over the Rainbow" in this film is iconic. Garland was posthumously honored with a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award and remains one of the great legends of classic Hollywood cinema.
Julia Leischik
Julia Leischik (born 1970) is a German television presenter, known for her work on shows such as "Bitte melde Dich" and "Vermisst", in which she documents family reunifications and the finding of missing people.
Julia Roberts
Julia Roberts (born 1967) is an American actress, famous for her roles in films such as "Pretty Woman" and "Erin Brockovich", for the latter film she won the Academy Award for Best Actress.
Julianne Moore
Julianne Moore (born 1960) is an US-American actress, known for her roles in films such as "Still Alice", for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress, as well as "Boogie Nights" and "Far From Heaven".
Jürgen Vogel [...]
Jürgen Vogel (born 1968) is a German actor, screenwriter, film producer and singer, known for his roles in films such as "The Wave", "The Iceman" and "Life is a Construction Site".
Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber (born 1994) is a Canadian singer and songwriter discovered through YouTube with hits such as "Baby", "Sorry" and "What Do You Mean?" achieved worldwide fame. He has won several music awards, including a Grammy Award, and is known for his large fan base and media presence.
Kaiser Commodus
Emperor Commodus (161–192) was a Roman emperor who reigned from 180 until his death in 192. He is known for his eccentric personality and cruel methods of rule, which are often seen as a reflection of decadence and corruption in the Roman Empire. Commodus was the son of the emperor Marcus Aurelius, and his reign often marks the beginning of the decline of the Roman Empire. He participated in gladiator fights to demonstrate his connection to Jupiter, the main Roman god, and proclaimed himself an incarnation of the god. Commodus was eventually assassinated, and his death led to a short-lived return to adoptive succession practiced by his father. He left no significant artistic or literary works, and his reign is often portrayed negatively.

He is one of the few emperors who we know with certainty to have been left-handed. Commodus was proud of the high rank of a primus palus who was secutores and a "scaeva" a left-handed person, because they were considered particularly dangerous.
Karl der Große
Charlemagne (747–814) was King of the Franks and later Holy Roman Emperor, known for his role in promoting the Carolingian Renaissance, a cultural and intellectual flourishing in Europe. He established a large empire that covered large parts of Western and Central Europe and is considered one of the most powerful medieval rulers.
Karl Lagerfeld [...]
Karl Lagerfeld (1933–2019) was a German fashion designer, photographer and costume designer, famous for his long-standing work as creative director at Chanel and Fendi. Known for his influential style and ability to constantly innovate the fashion industry, he significantly shaped modern luxury fashion.

We are sure that Karl Lagerfeld was left-handed because we once delivered a tailor's scissors to him or his company.
Kate Hudson
Kate Hudson (born 1979) is an American actress, known for her role in Almost Famous, for which she received an Oscar nomination, as well as films such as How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. She is also a successful entrepreneur and founder of the fitness clothing brand Fabletics.
Käthe Kollwitz
Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945) was a German artist, printmaker, painter and sculptor known for her profound prints, drawings and sculptures, which often dealt with themes such as war, poverty and human suffering. Her works, including the cycles “The War” and “The Weavers”, are recognized worldwide and shape the image of socially critical art of the 20th century.
Katja Weitzenböck
Katja Weitzenböck (born 1967) is an Austrian actress, known for her roles in German and Austrian television productions such as "Rote Rosen" and numerous television films and series, where she often plays leading roles.
Keanu Reeves
Keanu Reeves (born 1964) is a Canadian actor, bassist, film director, author and film producer, known for his roles in major Hollywood productions such as The Matrix series and John Wick. He is also known for his reserved personality and his generosity within the film industry.
Khaosai Galaxy
Khaosai Galaxy (born 1959) is a Thai former boxer who is considered one of the best super flyweight champions of all time. He defended his WBA title a total of 19 times from 1984 to 1991 and is a member of the International Boxing Hall of Fame.

He was known for being a left-handed hitter, or southpaw (in boxing parlance). His left hook and left straight were particularly feared and were often cited as keys to many of his knockout victories. Boxing commentators and sportswriters have often highlighted Galaxy's ability to turn his left-handedness into a strategic advantage in the ring.
Videos of his fights clearly show that Galaxy used his left hand more dominantly, which is typical of a left-handed boxer. These videos document how he used his left hand for both powerful punches and targeted, precise strikes.
Kim Basinger
Kim Basinger (born 1953) is an American actress and former model, known for her roles in films such as L.A. Confidential,” for which she won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress, as well as “9½ Weeks,” “Batman,” and “Baywatch.”
Kim Novak
Kim Novak (born 1933) is an American actress, best known for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo. She was one of the leading Hollywood divas of the 1950s and 1960s and also appeared in films such as Picnic and The Man with the Golden Arm.
King Charles
King Charles (born Charles Philip Arthur George 1948), now known as King Charles III, is the head of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms. A member of the British royal family, he was known as the Prince of Wales before his accession to the throne and is known for his efforts in environmental protection and sustainable development.
Klaas Heufer-Umlauf [...]
Klaas Heufer-Umlauf (born 1983) is a German television presenter, actor and musician, entertainer, television producer and entrepreneur, known for his work on shows such as “Circus HalliGalli” and “Late Night Berlin”. His humorous and often satirical presentations have earned him a large fan base in Germany.
Klaus Eberhartinger
Klaus Eberhartinger (born 1950) is an Austrian singer and television presenter, best known as the frontman of the band Erste Allgemeine Verunsicherung (EAV). He is also known for his humorous contributions on television and live performances, often addressing socially critical and political topics.
Klaus Kinkel
Klaus Kinkel (1936–2019) was a German politician from the FDP and former Foreign Minister and Minister of Justice of Germany. He was known for his diplomatic efforts after the end of the Cold War and his efforts toward European integration.
Klaus Wowereit
Klaus Wowereit (1953–) is a German politician from the SPD, best known as the long-time Governing Mayor of Berlin. Under his aegis, the city was developed into a global cultural and creative center, and he gained international fame with the sentence: "I'm gay, and that's a good thing."
Kristen Vagness
Kristen Vangsness (*1972) is an American actress and writer, best known for her role as Penelope Garcia in the television series "Criminal Minds".
Kurt Cobain
Kurt Cobain (1967–1994) was the lead singer and guitarist of the American grunge band Nirvana, which achieved worldwide fame with albums such as "Nevermind" and songs such as "Smells Like Teen Spirit". Cobain became a symbol of Generation X and has a lasting impact on the music industry.

Kurt Cobain is included in many lists of famous left-handers because he played his guitars with his left and had left-handed guitars made for him. In addition, in an interview he fed a baby, which he held in his right arm.
In addition, his left-handedness is said to have been discussed by friends and acquaintances in interviews about Kurt Cobain. Therefore we think that he was actually left-handed.
Kurtwood Smith
Kurtwood Smith (born 1943) is an American actor and voice actor, best known for his role as Red Forman in the television series "That '70s Show". His portrayal of the strict but lovable family man has made him an iconic figure in American television.
Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga (1986–) is an American singer, songwriter, actress and LGBT activist, known for her musical versatility and flamboyant fashion styles. She has numerous hits such as "Poker Face" and "Bad Romance" as well as multiple Grammy awards. Her influence also extends to the acting world with an acclaimed role in the film "A Star is Born."
Laura Wontorra
Laura Wontorra (1989–) is a German television presenter, known for her work in sports journalism, particularly football coverage. She has worked for several major German broadcasters and made a name for herself as a presenter of sporting events and entertainment shows.
Laurence Fishburne
Laurence Fishburne (1961–) is an American actor who became known worldwide for his role as Morpheus in the "Matrix" film trilogy. He has also appeared in a variety of other films and TV shows, including "Apocalypse Now" and "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," and has received several awards for his performances.
LeBron James
LeBron James (1984–) is an American professional basketball player in the NBA, known for his exceptional skills and as one of the best basketball players of all time. He has won multiple NBA championships and received numerous awards, including four NBA Most Valuable Player Awards.
Leo Tolstoi
Leo Tolstoy (1828–1910) was a Russian writer whose works such as "War and Peace" and "Anna Karenina" are considered masterpieces of world literature. His profound narratives and complex character drawings made him one of the most important authors of the 19th century.
Leonardo da Vinci
Leonardo da Vinci (1452–1519) was an Italian polymath (painter, sculptor, architect, anatomist, mechanic, engineer and natural philosopher) whose interests and achievements lay in areas such as art, science and technology. He is particularly known for masterpieces such as "The Last Supper" and "Mona Lisa" and contributed significantly to the Renaissance through his detailed sketches and inventions.
Leonie Ebert
Leonie Ebert (born 1999) is a German foil fencer. She became known for her successes in fencing, including winning the gold medal at the 2019 European Games in the team competition and has won several medals at the European Championships.

You can clearly see that she is left-handed during the fights and on her website: https://leonie-ebert.com
Lew Tendler
Lew Tendler (1898–1970) was an American boxer who was considered one of the best lightweight boxers of his time, although he never won a world title. He is known for his spectacular fights and his position as one of the leading Jewish athletes in the 1920s.

Tendler was recognized as one of the best left-handed (southpaw) boxers of his time. The historical fight records and accounts of his fights often highlight how Tendler used his left hand for powerful jabs and hooks. These reports emphasize his skill and effectiveness as a left-handed hitter. Images clearly show him in a left-handed fighting stance.
Lewis Carroll
Lewis Carroll (1832–1898) was a British Victorian writer, photographer, deacon and mathematician, best known for his children's books Alice in Wonderland and Alice Through the Looking Glass. His works are famous for their playful word games, logical puzzles and imaginative narratives.
Lisa Marie Potthoff
Lisa Marie Potthoff (1978) is a German actress, known for her roles in German television films and series. She has appeared in a variety of genres and has established herself as a fixture on German television, particularly highlighted by her appearances in the "Sarah Kohr" series.
Lothar Späth
Lothar Späth (1937–2016) was a German politician from the CDU and long-time Prime Minister of Baden-Württemberg. He was known for his innovative economic policy, which made Baden-Württemberg one of the economically strongest federal states in Germany. After his political career, he was also successful in business, particularly as a manager at Jenoptik.
Lou Brouillard
Lou Brouillard (1911–1984) was a Canadian boxer who fought at middleweight and welterweight. He won world titles in both weight classes in the early 1930s and was known for his powerful striking technique and toughness in the ring.

Lou Brouillard was known for fighting in the "southpaw" style, i.e. as a left-handed fighter. His fights and successes are well documented and clearly show his preference and effectiveness as a southpaw fighter. Images, autograph cards or photos from fights show the typical southpaw position.
Lou Gehrig
Lou Gehrig (1903–1941) was an American baseball player who played primarily for the New York Yankees. He is one of the most famous baseball players of all time, known for his record streak of 2,130 consecutive games played. Gehrig's career ended tragically early due to the disease named after him, ALS, and he was posthumously inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Ludwig Uhland
Ludwig Uhland (1787–1862) was a German poet, literary scholar and politician. He is particularly known for his folk songs and poems, which shaped the Romantic movement in Germany. Uhland was also important as a German scholar and had an influence on the development of German philology.
Ludwig van Beethoven
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770–1827) was a German composer and pianist whose works are among the central components of classical music. He is known for the depth and technical innovation of his music, which bridges the gap between Viennese Classicism and Romanticism. His most famous works include the "9th Symphony", the "Moonlight Sonata" and the "5th Symphony". Beethoven is considered one of the greatest composers of all time.
Mahatma Gandhi
Mahatma Gandhi (1869–1948) was an Indian leader and the ideological father of the Indian independence movement against British rule. He is internationally famous for his philosophy of non-violent resistance (Satyagraha) and is revered in India as the “Father of the Nation”.
Manny Pacquiao
Manny Pacquiao (1978) is a Filipino professional boxer and politician, known as one of the greatest boxers of all time with world titles in eight different weight classes. Pacquiao is also known for his political career in the Philippines, where he served as a senator and as a representative.

Manny Pacquiao is known as a left-handed bat. His left hand is clearly visible in his fights as his dominant striking hand. Videos of his fights clearly show how Pacquiao effectively uses his left hand for offense and defense. Trainers and boxing analysts have often praised Pacquiao's abilities as a southpaw. Pacquiao himself talks about his fighting style as a left-handed fighter and how it has helped him throughout his career.
Manu Ginobili
Manu Ginobili (1977–) is an Argentine former professional basketball player who played primarily for the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA. He won four NBA championships and is known for his unorthodox playing style and as one of the best sixth men in league history.
Marcel Marceau
Marcel Marceau (1923–2007) was a French mime artist who became internationally known for his stage character "Bip the Clown". He is considered one of the most important mimes of modern times and has significantly influenced the art of silent performance. He was also a member of the French Resistance.
Marcell Jansen
Marcell Jansen (1985–) is a former German football player and current official, known for his time at Bayern Munich and Hamburger SV as well as for his appearances in the German national team. After his active career, he took over the presidency of Hamburger SV.
Marco Reus
Marco Reus (1989–) is a German footballer who plays primarily for Borussia Dortmund. He is known for his speed, technique and ability to score crucial goals both as a midfielder and in attack.
Mareile Höppner
Mareile Höppner (1977) is a German television presenter, known for her work on various television formats, especially in the tabloid and entertainment sectors. She has reached a wide audience, especially through her presence in programs such as “Brisant” and her presentations on ARD.
Maren Eggert
Maren Eggert (1974) is a German actress who works in the theater as well as in film and television. She is known for her diverse roles and has received multiple awards for her performances, including the Silver Bear at the 2021 Berlinale for her role in “I am your human”.
Margarethe Schreinemakers
Margarethe Schreinemakers (1958) is a German television presenter and producer who was one of the best-known television personalities in Germany in the 1980s and 1990s. She hosted popular shows such as "Schreinemakers Live," which was known for its emotional themes and interactive audience engagement.
Maria Taylor
Maria Taylor (born 1976) is an American singer-songwriter known for her gentle, soulful music that combines elements of indie rock and folk. She started her career as part of the duo Azure Ray with Orenda Fink and has also released several albums as a solo artist.
Marianne Faithfull
Marianne Faithfull (1946–) is a British singer and actress who became known in the 1960s for hits such as "As Tears Go By". She is also famous for her long-standing collaboration and relationship with Mick Jagger. Despite personal and health setbacks, she has had a long-lasting career in the music industry, characterized by her distinctive, gravelly vocal profile.
Marie Bäumer
Marie Bäumer (1969–) is a German actress, known for her diverse roles in film and television. She gained particular fame through her portrayal of Romy Schneider in the film "3 Days in Quiberon", for which she received several awards, including the German Film Prize.
Marie Curie
Marie Curie (1867–1934) was a Polish-French physicist and chemist who conducted groundbreaking research in radioactivity. She was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize in 1911 and the only person to win Nobel Prizes in two different scientific disciplines (physics and chemistry). Their discoveries, including the elements polonium and radium, had a profound impact on science.
Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe (1926–1962) was an American actress, singer and model who became one of the greatest and most enduring sex symbols of the 20th century. Her most famous films are "Some Like It Hot" and "The Seven Year Itch". Monroe's glamorous public life and tragic death continue to contribute to her legendary status.
Mario Adorf
Mario Adorf (1930–) is a German actor, radio play speaker and author whose extensive career includes film, television and stage appearances. He is particularly known for his roles in films such as "The Great Bellheim" and "The Tin Drum", as well as for his striking presence and character portrayal in many classics of German cinema.
Mario Gómez [...]
Mario Gómez (1985–) is a former German-Spanish footballer, known for his time as a striker at clubs such as VfB Stuttgart, FC Bayern Munich and Besiktas Istanbul. Gómez was known for his goalscoring ability and also played an important role in the German national team, with whom he won the World Cup in 2014.

Our research has shown that in official football lists - depending on the list - right or left was sometimes recorded as a "strong foot". The official position is called “centre forward”.
When researching images, we found evidence that he writes or signs autographs with his left hand. Unfortunately, pictures of gestures during football games are not entirely clear. Here he uses the right or left depending on the situation.
It is mentioned a few times in the tabloid press that he is left-handed. In promotional photos of his participation in the startup Organic Garden, he sometimes uses his left and sometimes his right hand when eating.
We think he's left-handed.
Marion Kracht
Marion Kracht (1962) is a German actress, director, speaker and author, best known for her role in the long-running television series "These Drombuschs". In addition to her acting career, she is also heavily involved in environmental and animal welfare issues.
Mark Furze
Mark Furze (1984) is an Australian actor, voice actor and musician, best known for his role in the popular soap opera Home and Away. After leaving the series, he also appeared in music productions and smaller film projects.
Mark Hamill
Mark Hamill (1951) is an American actor and voice actor best known for his role as Luke Skywalker in the Star Wars series. In addition to his work in film and television, Hamill is also active as a talented voice actor, most notably as the voice of the Joker in various Batman animated series and games.
Mark Knopfler
Mark Knopfler (1949) is a British musician, known as the lead singer and guitarist of the band Dire Straits. He made a name for himself with hits like “Sultans of Swing” and “Brothers in Arms.” Knopfler is also known for his work as a film composer and his signature fingerpicking guitar technique.
Mark Spitz
Mark Spitz (1950–) is a former American swimmer who won seven gold medals at the 1972 Munich Olympics, a then-unmatched record. His achievements made him one of the greatest swimmers of all time.
Mark Twain
Mark Twain (1835–1910), born Samuel Langhorne Clemens, was an American writer whose works such as "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer" and "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" are among the classics of American literature. Twain is known for his sharp wit and criticism of society, which continues to captivate readers worldwide today.
Mark Wahlberg
Mark Wahlberg (1971) is an American actor, producer and former musician, known for his roles in films such as "Boogie Nights", "The Departed", "Transformers", "Planet of the Apes" and "Ted". Originally known as the frontman of the band Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch, Wahlberg has successfully established himself in the film industry and was also nominated for an Oscar.
Martial Gauthier
Martial Gauthier is a French violinist. He studied in Paris at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique et de Danse. Since 2005 he has been the second violin with Les Siècles under the direction of François-Xavier Roth and plays at the best houses throughout Europe.

Martial Gauthier is a left-handed violin player, as can be read in the Deutschlandfunk article: https://www.deutschlandfunk.de/linkshaender-geige-martial-gauthier-100.html
Martin Demichelis
Martin Demichelis (1980) is a former Argentine football player and current football coach, known for his time as a defender at Bayern Munich and Manchester City. He won multiple national championships and was known for his strong defense and aerial combat ability.
Martin Freeman
Martin Freeman (1971) is a British actor, known for his role as Tim Canterbury in the British series "The Office", as Dr. John Watson in "Sherlock", Arthur Dent in "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" and as Bilbo Baggins in the film trilogy "The Hobbit". Freeman has received several awards for his diverse performances, including a BAFTA Award.
Martina Navratilova
Martina Navratilova (1956–) is a former professional tennis player originally from Czechoslovakia who later became a United States citizen. She is one of the most successful tennis players of all time and has won a total of 18 Grand Slam singles titles. Navratilova is also known for her advocacy for LGBTQ rights and her public criticism of discrimination.

Martina Navratilova's left-handedness is best recognized by her style of play on the tennis court. Navratilova performed both her serve and groundstrokes, including forehand and backhand, with her left hand.
Meanwhile, she signed autographs with her right hand. She was probably retrained.
Marvelous Marvin Hagler
Marvelous Marvin Hagler (1954–2021) was an American professional boxer and one of the most dominant figures in the middleweight division of the late 1970s and early 1980s. Hagler was known for his aggressive fighting style and his longevity as the undisputed middleweight champion from 1980 to 1987. His legendary fight against Thomas Hearns in 1985 remains one of the most famous boxing matches of all time.

As a switchhitter, Hagler had an ambidextrous talent for switching between styles during matches, but he often preferred and dominated as a southpaw (left-hander). Pictures from fights and autograph cards also clearly indicate that he was left-handed.
Mary-Kate Olsen
Mary-Kate Olsen (1986) is an American actress, producer and fashion designer who rose to fame as a child star in the television series "Full House" alongside her twin sister Ashley Olsen. The Olsen twins later built a successful fashion empire and became icons in the fashion world.
Matt Groening
Matt Groening (1954) is an American cartoonist and television producer and screenwriter best known as the creator of the highly successful and long-running animated series The Simpsons. His other works include the series “Futurama” and the Netflix series “Disenchantment.”

His left-handedness is discussed in numerous articles. It is known that a large number of the characters in "The Simpson" are left-handed. The large number of left-handed people in Springfield is probably due to the fact that the series' creator, Matt Groening, is left-handed himself. Groening revealed in the DVD commentary for "When Flanders Failed" that about one in three Springfield residents is left-handed, whereas in real life about one in nine is.
Matthew Broderick
Matthew Broderick (1962) is an American actor, known for his roles in films such as Ferris Bueller's Day Off, where he played the title character Ferris Bueller, Godzilla and The Wire. Broderick also has a successful stage career on Broadway, including in musicals such as "The Producers."
Matthias Ginter
Matthias Ginter (1994–) is a German footballer who plays primarily as a defender. He has played for SC Freiburg, Borussia Dortmund and Borussia Mönchengladbach and was part of the German national team that won the 2014 FIFA World Cup.
Matze Knop [...]
Matze Knop (1974) is a German comedian, parodist, actor and presenter, known for his ability to imitate prominent figures such as Franz Beckenbauer, Jürgen Klopp and Luca Toni. He can be seen regularly in various German television shows and formats and has made a name for himself through his humorous performances.
Max Liebermann
Max Liebermann (1847–1935) was a German painter and graphic artist, one of the leading representatives of German Impressionism. His works, including numerous portraits, landscape paintings and genre scenes of Berlin life, are characterized by a bright color palette and dynamic brush technique. Liebermann also played a significant role in the German art world as president of the Prussian Academy of Arts.
Max von Thun [...]
Max von Thun (1977) is a German-Austrian actor and television presenter known for his roles in various German television films and series. He has appeared in a variety of genres and is particularly known for his performances in historical dramas and romance films.
Mesut Özil
Mesut Özil (1988) is a German footballer of Turkish descent, known for his time with Werder Bremen, Real Madrid and Arsenal London. Özil is particularly valued for his outstanding playmaking skills and his precise passing. He was also an important part of the German national team that won the World Cup in 2014.

Footage from games and training sessions shows Özil often using his left hand to make gestures or discuss strategies. During public appearances, such as when signing contracts or signing autographs, Özil uses his left hand. This is a pretty clear indicator of his left-handedness.
Michael Antwerpes
Michael Antwerpes (1963) is a German sports journalist and television presenter, known for his work at ARD, particularly in the area of sports reporting. He has commented on a variety of major sporting events, including the Olympic Games and World Cup, for German television.
Michael Collins
Michael Collins (1930–2021) was an American astronaut and part of the Apollo 11 mission, which went down in history as the first manned moon landing in 1969. While Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon, Collins orbited the moon in the command module. He played a crucial role in the history of space travel and is also known for his work as an author and director of the National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.
Michael Landon
Michael Landon (1936–1991) was an American actor, writer, director and producer, known for his roles in popular television series such as "Bonanza", "Our Little Farm" and "An Angel on Earth". Landon was particularly appreciated for his warm, fatherly characters and had a profound effect on American television audiences.
Michel Guillaume
Michel Guillaume (1967) is a German actor and director, known for his roles in German television series such as "The Rosenheim Cops", in which he plays one of the main characters. His versatility and involvement on German television have made him a well-known face.
Michelangelo Buonarroti
Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564) was an Italian sculptor, painter, architect and poet of the High Renaissance (1475-1564), considered one of the greatest artists of all time. His most famous works include the statues of David and the Pietà, the ceiling frescoes in the Sistine Chapel and the design for the dome of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome.
Michelle
Michelle (1972), real name Tanja Hewer, is a German pop singer, known for hits such as "Wer Liebe leben" and "Das Hotel in St. Germain". She has taken part in the German preliminary round for the Eurovision Song Contest several times and is one of the most popular and long-lasting figures in the German pop music scene.
Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus (born 1992) is an American singer, songwriter and actress who first rose to fame as a teenager on the Disney series Hannah Montana. As a musician, she has made a name for herself with hits such as "Party in the U.S.A.", "Wrecking Ball" and "Malibu". Cyrus is known for her unique and often provocative style as well as her powerful voice. She has received numerous awards including MTV Video Music Awards and Billboard Music Awards.

Miley was born left-handed, but her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, taught her to play guitar right-handed. She can also write with her right hand. She does a lot of other things with her left hand.
She is included in many lists of left-handed artists.
Mireille Mathieu
Mireille Mathieu (1946) is a French chanson singer who has been internationally known since the 1960s. Her clear voice and classic style have earned her the nickname "the Sparrow of Avignon". Mathieu has sold over 150 million albums worldwide and is particularly popular in France, Germany and Russia.
Moe Szyslak
Moe Szyslak is a fictional but central character from the American animated series "The Simpsons", which has been broadcast since 1989. Moe is the owner and bartender of "Moe's Tavern", a bar in Springfield that is a frequent hangout for Homer Simpson and his friends.
Moe is known for his grumpy demeanor, cynical humor, and often gloomy attitude. He is a complex character with many layers and a softer core that is occasionally revealed. Although considered a supporting character, Moe is central to many storylines, often offering both comic and tragic insights into the life of a lonely bartender.

In The Simpsons, there is evidence that Moe Szyslak, the bartender at Moe's Tavern, is left-handed. In various episodes, Moe is seen holding and operating objects such as telephone receivers and drinks with his left hand. For example, in the Season 3 episode "Flaming Moe's", Moe serves guests and mixes drinks, often using his left hand.
Monica Seles
Monica Seles (1973) is a former professional tennis player who played for Yugoslavia and later the United States. She was one of the dominant players in the early 1990s before her career was abruptly cut short by a knife attack during a game in 1993. Seles won nine Grand Slam titles and was known for her powerful groundstrokes and two-handed style of play.

Monica Seles is left-handed, which was particularly evident during her tennis career. She typically played her shots on the tennis court with her left hand. In contrast to Martina Navratilova, she also signs her autograph card with links.
Morgan Freeman
Morgan Freeman (1937) is an American actor, host, director and producer, known for his deep, soothing voice and distinctive roles in films such as "The Shawshank Redemption", "Million Dollar Baby", "Seven", "Bruce Almighty" and "Driving Miss Daisy". Freeman has received numerous awards, including an Oscar, and is considered one of the most respected actors of his generation.
Moritz A. Sachs
Moritz A. Sachs (1978) is a German actor, known for his long-standing role as Klaus Beimer in the German television series "Lindenstrasse". He played this role from the first to the last episode of the series and thus became an integral part of German television history.
Mr. Burns
Charles Montgomery Burns is a fictional character and therefore has no real birth or death dates. He is a main character in the American animated series "The Simpsons", which has been broadcast since 1989. Mr. Burns is the unscrupulous and greedy owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and is considered the richest and most powerful citizen in Springfield. He is known for his extreme greed, lack of social conscience and his famous exclamation of "Excellent". Burns serves as a satirical representation of corporate greed, often displaying a comic exaggeration of negativity and age.

However, there are no explicit episodes or series moments that clearly confirm that Mr. Burns was conceived as a left-handed character, unlike other characters such as Ned Flanders. In certain scenes, Mr. Burns is seen performing actions with his left hand, such as signing documents or holding a telephone. For example, in "A Curse on Flanders" (3.03) it is revealed that Mr. Burns is left-handed. However, these are not consistent across the entire series.
Muhammed Ali
Muhammed Ali (1942–2016), born Cassius Clay, was an American professional boxer and one of the most influential personalities of the 20th century. Ali was known for his distinctive fighting style, his speed and his ability to provoke and inspire both inside and outside the ring. He became a three-time world heavyweight champion and was also known for his commitment to civil rights and his public stance against the Vietnam War.

His left-handedness is controversial. There are many lists of famous left-handers who pass him off as Lefty. His fighting style is more like that of a left-winger, i.e. a right-handed person. He used his left hand primarily for quick jabs and his right hand for more powerful, decisive punches.
When reviewing video footage, we noticed that he applauds like a right-handed person, but emphasizes his words with gestures from his left and right hands. Therefore, we assume that Muhammad Ali is either right-handed or an ambidexter.
Nadja Auermann [...]
Nadja Auermann (1971) is a German supermodel and actress, known for her striking facial features and long legs, which earned her an entry in the Guinness Book of Records as the model with the longest legs in the world. Auermann was one of the most sought-after models in the 1990s, appearing on the covers of numerous international fashion magazines as well as in advertising campaigns for major fashion brands.
Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769–1821) was a French military and political leader who rose to prominence during the French Revolution and later ruled as Emperor of the French. Napoleon is known for his role in the Napoleonic Wars and his efforts to modernize the legal system in France through the introduction of the Code Civil, also known as the Napoleonic Code.
Ned Flanders [...]
Ned Flanders is a fictional character from the animated series "The Simpsons". He is the overly friendly and extremely religious neighbor of the Simpsons family, known for his positive mannerisms and distinctive mustache. Ned is a popular character in the series, often serving as a contrast to Homer Simpson's chaotic behavior.

In the October 3, 1991 episode 38, "When Flanders Failed", left-handedness is discussed in that Ned Flanders opened a left-handed store in the Springfield Mall - "The Leftorium".
Neil Armstrong
Neil Armstrong (1930–2012) was an American astronaut and aeronautical engineer who was the first person to walk on the moon. This happened during the Apollo 11 mission in 1969. Armstrong's famous words upon stepping on the moon, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for humanity," have become iconic.
Niccolo Paganini
Niccolò Paganini (1782–1840) was an Italian violinist, guitarist and composer whose virtuoso playing and innovative techniques made him one of the most legendary figures in the history of classical music. His compositions, especially his 24 Caprices for solo violin, are still standard works for violinists today.
Nick Price
Nick Price is an actor best known for his role as Nicky in the film adaptations of the "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" children's book series.
Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman (1967) is an Australian-American actress and producer known for her roles in films such as "The Hours", for which she won an Academy Award for Best Actress, and "Moulin Rouge!" is known. Kidman has also won several Golden Globe Awards and is known for her versatility in film genres as well as her work on television, including the series "Big Little Lies."
Nina Eichinger
Nina Eichinger (1981) is a German television presenter and actress, known as a jury member of the casting show "Deutschland sucht den Superstar" and for her work as a presenter at various film and music events in Germany.
Noel Gallagher
Noel Gallagher (1967) is a British musician and songwriter, best known as the lead guitarist, main songwriter and occasional singer of Oasis, one of the most successful British bands of the 1990s. After Oasis disbanded, he started his own band, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, with whom he continues to enjoy success.
Nolwenn Leroy
Nolwenn Leroy (1982) is a French singer and songwriter who first gained national recognition when she won the second season of the French edition of "Star Academy" in 2002. Since her win, she has built a successful career in the music industry.

The Nolwenn Leroy left-hander can be seen particularly well on a video on YouTube where she and Alizee are signing autographs. She writes with links. But in many other image sources she also primarily uses her left hand. In at least 3/4 of all stage scenes she holds the microphone in her left hand.
Oliver Beerhenke [...]
Oliver Beerhenke (1971–) is a German comedian and actor, known for his appearances in comedy shows such as "7 Days, 7 Heads" and his role in the WDR show "Zimmer frei!". His work has made him a well-known face on German television.
Oprah Winfrey
Oprah Winfrey (1954) is an American media personality, producer, actress and philanthropist. She became known for her talk show “The Oprah Winfrey Show,” which was one of the most influential television shows for three decades. Oprah is also known for her support of educational projects and her book recommendations, which often become bestsellers.
Orville Gibson
Orville Gibson (*1856 – †1918) was an American instrument maker, known as the founder of the Gibson Mandolin-Guitar Mfg. Co., Ltd. in 1902, which later became Gibson Guitar Corporation. He revolutionized guitar and mandolin building through innovative design approaches and significantly influenced the development of these instruments, making the Gibson brand one of the leading names in the music industry.

There are many references to the left-handedness of Orville Gibson. There is also a very old picture of him holding a guitar like a left-handed person, gripping a typical left-handed left-handed D-Achord.

The story behind the photo can be found here in English:
https://www.siminoff.net/orville-gibson
Oscar De La Hoya
Oscar De La Hoya (1973) is a former professional boxer from the USA who became world champion in six different weight classes. He is also known as "The Golden Boy" and after his boxing career established himself as a successful boxing promoter, the founder of Golden Boy Promotions.
Owen Willson
Owen Wilson (1968) is an American actor and screenwriter, known for his roles in films such as Zoolander, Wedding Crashers and The Royal Tenenbaums, the latter of which earned him an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Screenplay. His signature easygoing personality and unique comedic style make him a popular actor.
Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso (1881–1973) was a Spanish painter, sculptor and graphic artist who is considered one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. He is a co-founder of Cubism and is known for works such as "Les Demoiselles d'Avignon" and "Guernica". Picasso's extensive oeuvre includes more than 20,000 works of art.
Patricia Highsmith
Patricia Highsmith (1921–1995) was an American writer known for her psychological thrillers, including Strangers on a Train and the Tom Ripley novels. Her books have often been adapted into films and are known for their dark atmosphere and complex characters.
Patrick Groetzki
Patrick Groetzki (born 1989) is a German handball player. He is known for his achievements as a right winger, particularly with Rhein-Neckar Löwen, a leading German handball club, for which he has played since 2007. Groetzki has achieved significant success with the German national team, including winning the 2016 European Championships. Despite his achievements in sports, there is no record of awards such as the Oscar, Grammy or Nobel Prize being awarded in other fields.

Patrick plays handball with his left hand. Corresponding information can also be found in Wikipedia and in sports reports.
Paul Klee
Paul Klee (1879–1940) was a German painter and graphic artist who is considered one of the most important artists of classical modernism. Klee was known for his experimental use of color and his unique range of styles, combining elements of expressionism, cubism and surrealism. One of his most famous works is “Twittering Machine”.
Paul McCartney
Paul McCartney (1942) is a British musician, singer-songwriter and one of the most famous and successful musicians in the world. As a member of the Beatles, he made a significant contribution to the popularity and revolutionization of pop music. After the band broke up, McCartney had a successful solo career and formed the band Wings. He is a multiple Grammy winner and has received many awards for his life's work.
Paul Simon
Paul Simon (1941) is an American musician and songwriter, known for his role as one half of the duo Simon & Garfunkel along with Art Garfunkel. Their hits like "The Sound of Silence" and "Bridge Over Troubled Water" are classics. As a solo artist, Simon continued his success and is known for integrating various musical styles, particularly his collaborations with South African musicians on the album "Graceland".
Pawel Fertikowski
Paweł Fertikowski (*1990) is a Polish table tennis player. He is known for having competed in national and international competitions and for having played in the Polish Table Tennis League.

He plays with his left hand, which can be clearly seen in numerous pictures and videos.
Pele
Pelé (1940) is a Brazilian former football player and one of the greatest athletes of all time. Pelé won three FIFA World Cups with Brazil (1958, 1962, 1970), a feat no other player could repeat. He is known for his exceptional goals and his ability to shape the game. Pelé scored 1,281 goals in 1,363 games and was named World Player of the Year several times.
Pernell Whitaker
Pernell Whitaker (1964–2019) was an American professional boxer, known for his defensive ability and quick movements in the ring. Whitaker was a world champion in four weight classes and is considered one of the best defensive boxers of all time. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame.
Peter Bichsel
Peter Bichsel (1935) is a Swiss writer, known for his short stories and essays, which often address everyday problems and the philosophy of language. His best-known work is "Children's Stories", which impresses with its minimalist style and profound observations of human nature.
Peter Fonda
Peter Fonda (1940–2019) was an American actor who rose to prominence in the 1960s counterculture, particularly through the film "Easy Rider", which he co-produced and starred in. The film became a symbol of the hippie movement and earned him an Oscar nomination.
Peter Graves
Peter Graves (1926-2010) was an American actor, known for his role as Jim Phelps in the television series Mission: Impossible. Graves' portrayal as the leader of a team of secret agents contributed to the series' popularity and made him a well-known television face.
Peter Horton
Peter Horton (1953) is an American actor and director, best known for his role as Dr. Michael White in the TV series "Thirtysomething". Horton also has a successful career as a director and producer, including series such as "Grey's Anatomy" and "American Odyssey."
Peter Ketnath
Peter Ketnath (1974) is a German actor and producer, known for his role as Stoll in the television series "SOKO Stuttgart". He has made a name for himself through his diverse portrayals in television and film productions and is a well-known personality on German television.
Peter Paul Rubens
Peter Paul Rubens (1577–1640) was a Flemish Baroque painter known for his vivid, sensual and lush paintings, often depicting religious and mythological themes. Rubens was also an esteemed diplomat and worked for several European courts. His best-known works include “The Adoration of the Magi” and “The Battle of the Amazons.”
Peter Plate [...]
Peter Plate (1967) is a German musician and producer, best known as a former member of the band Rosenstolz. The band was known for their pop hits and profound lyrics, which often dealt with social and emotional issues. Plate has also worked as a songwriter and producer for other artists.
Peter Ustinov
Peter Ustinov (1921–2004) was a British actor, writer and director, known for his roles in films such as "Spartacus" and as detective Hercule Poirot in several Agatha Christie film adaptations. Ustinov was also a talented speaker and won several Oscars and Golden Globes for his work.
Peter Weck
Peter Weck (1930) is an Austrian actor and director, known for his role in the long-running television series I'm Marrying a Family. Weck is also heavily involved in theater and has staged numerous productions in Vienna and elsewhere. He is considered an icon of German-speaking entertainment theater and television.
Petr Cech
Czech football and current ice hockey goalkeeper
Pharao Ramses II
Pharaoh Ramses II (c. 1303 BC–1213 BC), also known as Ramses the Great, was one of the most powerful and influential pharaohs of ancient Egypt. He ruled for over 60 years and is known for his extensive building projects, including the Temple of Abu Simbel and the Ramesseum. His reign marked the high point of the New Kingdom.
Phil Collins
Phil Collins (1951) is a British musician, drummer, singer, songwriter, producer, actor and author, known as a member of the rock band Genesis and as a successful solo artist. He has released several hits such as "In the Air Tonight" and "Another Day in Paradise" and won several Grammy Awards. Collins' influence spans several decades in the music industry.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir
Pierre-Auguste Renoir (1841–1919) was a French painter, one of the most prominent representatives of Impressionism. Renoir is known for his luminous and characterful depictions of human figures, particularly in works such as "The Rowers' Breakfast" and "The Dancers at the Moulin de la Galette". His art is characterized by vivid lighting effects and a fine depiction of the social interactions of his time.
Pink
P!nk (1979), real name Alecia Beth Moore, is an American singer, songwriter and actress known for her powerful voice and dynamic live performances. She has achieved worldwide success with hits such as "So What" and "Just Give Me a Reason" and is recognized for her diverse music, which includes pop, rock and R&B, as well as her candid approach to topics such as self-acceptance and feminism.
Prince William
Prince William (1982) is the elder son of King Charles and Princess Diana and the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II. He is the Duke of Cambridge and is second in line to the British Crown after his father. William is known for his involvement in various charitable activities and environmental initiatives.
Queen Elizabeth II.
Queen Elizabeth II (1926–2022) was the Queen of the United Kingdom and other Commonwealth realms from 1952 until her death at the age of 96, making her the longest-reigning monarch in British history. Her reign was marked by significant political changes and the modernization of the monarchy.
Queen Victoria
Queen Victoria (1819–1901) was Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 1837 until her death and the first Empress of India from 1876. Her long reign, known as the Victorian Age, was a period of industrial, cultural, political and military change in the United Kingdom, and the British Empire reached its greatest extent during her reign.
Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal (1986–) is a Spanish professional tennis player, known for his dominance on clay courts and particularly at the French Open, where he won a record number of titles. Nadal has won numerous Grand Slam titles and is often considered one of the best tennis players of all time.
Randy Johnson
Randy Johnson (1963) is an American former baseball player who is considered one of the best left-handed pitchers in Major League Baseball history. Known for his impressive 6'10" height and powerful throw, Johnson has won multiple Cy Young Awards and is a member of the Baseball Hall of Fame.
Raymond Domenech
Raymond Domenech (1952) is a French football coach and former player, known for his time as coach of the French national team from 2004 to 2010. Under his leadership, France reached the final of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, but lost to Italy.
René Steinke [...]
René Steinke (1963) is a German actor, known for his role as Tom Kranich in the action television series “Alarm für Cobra 11 – The Autobahn Police”. He has appeared in numerous German television films and series and is a popular actor on German television.
Richard Dreyfuss
Richard Dreyfuss (1947) is an American actor, known for his roles in films such as Jaws, American Graffiti and Goodbye Girl, for which he won the Academy Award for Best Actor. Dreyfuss is also known for his involvement in political and social affairs.
Richard Feynman
Richard Feynman (1918–1988) was an American theoretical physicist, known for his work in quantum mechanics and the development of Feynman diagrams. He received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1965 for his contributions to the development of quantum electrodynamics. Feynman was also famous for his ability to convey scientific concepts clearly and vividly.
Ricky Martin
Ricky Martin (1971) is a Puerto Rican singer, actor and author who rose to international fame in the late 1990s with hits such as "Livin' la Vida Loca" and "She Bangs". He is a key figure in the spread of Latin music worldwide and is also heavily involved in humanitarian affairs, particularly in the fight against human trafficking.
Ringo Starr
Ringo Starr (1940), born Richard Starkey, is a British musician, drummer, songwriter and actor, best known as the drummer for the Beatles. In addition to his work with the Beatles, Starr has a successful solo career with several hits and is known for his characteristic peaceful personality and his commitment to social and cultural causes.

In his picture in Wikipedia he shows the victory salute with his left hand.
Robert Atzorn
Robert Atzorn (1945) is a German actor, known for his roles in numerous television series and films. He became particularly popular through his leading role in the series “Our Teacher Doctor Specht” and through his appearances in crime series such as “Tatort”.
Robert De Niro
Robert De Niro (1943) is an American actor, producer and director known for his intense and powerful performances in films such as Taxi Driver, Raging Bull and The Godfather Part II. He won the Oscar for the latter two films. De Niro is also a co-founder of the Tribeca Film Festival and is considered one of the greatest actors of his generation.
Robert McNamara
Robert McNamara (1916–2009) was an American businessman and politician who served as Secretary of Defense under Presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. He played a central role during the Vietnam War and later served as president of the World Bank. McNamara is known for his work in systems analysis and for his controversial decisions in warfare.
Robert Plant
Robert Plant (*1948) is a British musician and singer, known as the front man of the legendary rock band Led Zeppelin. With his unmistakable voice, he made a significant contribution to the success of the band, which brought hits such as "Stairway to Heaven" and "Whole Lotta Love". Plant was included in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and received numerous awards for his life's work.

Robert Plant is mentioned in many lists and articles as being left-handed. Nevertheless, he plays the guitar like a right-handed person. He also writes with his right hand. The only indication of his left-handedness is a frequent picture of him holding the microphone in his left hand. We then watched videos of interviews. Here we found many other gestures that indicate left-handedness, "hand in front of mouth when coughing", "drinking tea" or "moving things back and forth on the table".
Robert Redford
Robert Redford (1936) is an American actor, director and environmentalist, known for his roles in films such as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Untouchables and The Clue. Redford founded the Sundance Film Festival to provide a platform for independent filmmakers. He also won the Oscar for Best Director for “Ordinary Family.”
Robert Schumann
Robert Schumann (1810–1856) was a German Romantic composer and music critic. He is known for his music for piano and orchestra as well as for his songs and his close collaboration with his wife Clara Schumann, also a famous pianist and composer. His best-known works include "Children's Scenes", "Kreisleriana" and the "Rhenish Symphony".
Robert Sheehan
Robert Sheehan (1988–) is an Irish actor, known for his roles in series such as "Misfits", where he played the charismatic Nathan Young, and "The Umbrella Academy", in which he played Klaus Hargreeves. Sheehan has made a name for himself through his diverse and often eccentric character portrayals.
Robinson Reichel
Robinson Reichel (1961) is a German actor and voice actor, known for his work in numerous German film and television productions. He is also known as the German voice of various international actors such as Ben Stiller and Sacha Baron Cohen.
Rock Hudson
Rock Hudson (1925–1985) was an American actor who became one of the most popular film stars in the 1950s and 1960s. Known for his starring roles in films such as "Giants" and "Pillow Talk," Hudson was also one of the first prominent figures to die of AIDS, drawing public attention to the disease.
Rod Laver
Rod Laver (1938) is a former Australian tennis player, considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time. Laver is the only player to have won the Grand Slam twice (all four major titles in one year), in 1962 and 1969. His outstanding performances and unparalleled talent on the tennis court have made him a legend of the sport.

Rod Laver, a tennis legend, is known for being left-handed. Laver performed his serve and all of his groundstrokes, including forehand and backhand, with his left hand.
Rod Steiger
Rod Steiger (1925-2002) was an American actor known for his powerful performances in films such as "In the Heat of the Night," for which he won the Academy Award for Best Actor, and "The Pawnbroker." Steiger was known for his intense method acting technique and diverse roles in a career that spanned over five decades.
Romy Haag
Romy Haag (1948) is a Dutch entertainer and former nightclub owner, best known in Germany. She is a significant figure in the LGBT community and was a pioneer of transgender rights in Europe. Hague is also known for her relationship with David Bowie in the 1970s and has an extensive career in show business, including appearances in films and on stage.
Ron Perlman
Ron Perlman (1950) is an American actor, known for his distinctive gravelly voice and face, which earned him roles in films such as "Hellboy" and the television series "Sons of Anarchy." Perlman is also a sought-after voice actor and has appeared in numerous animated films and video games.
Ronald Reagan
Ronald Reagan (1911-2004) was the 40th President of the United States from (1981-1989) and previously a well-known actor and Governor of California. His presidency was marked by significant domestic and foreign policy events, including the economic policies of "Reaganomics", the end of the Cold War and the revival of the conservative political climate in America.
Ross Perot
Ross Perot (1930–2019) was an American businessman and politician best known for his independent presidential campaigns in the 1990s. Perot founded Electronic Data Systems (EDS) and Perot Systems and was known for his direct addresses on issues such as the trade deficit and the national debt.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Ruth Bader Ginsburg (1933–2020) was an American lawyer and United States Supreme Court Justice who served from 1993 until her death in 2020. She was the second woman ever appointed to the Supreme Court. Ginsburg became known for her sharp legal opinions and strong support for gender equality. She played a crucial role in many important court decisions dealing with issues such as gender discrimination and civil rights. Her work and legacy have made her an icon, particularly in the women's rights and social justice movements.
Ruud van Nistelrooy
Ruud van Nistelrooy (1976–) is a Dutch former footballer and current coach, known as one of the best strikers of his generation. Van Nistelrooy played for big clubs such as Manchester United and Real Madrid and was famous for his exceptional goalscoring ability and his ability to score at critical moments.
Ryan Giggs
Ryan Giggs (1973) is a Welsh former footballer and coach who spent his entire professional playing career with Manchester United. Giggs is one of the most decorated football players in history, known for his longevity, technique and game-winning ability. After his active career, he also worked as a coach.
Sandra Maahn
Sandra Maahn (1968) is a German news anchor and television presenter. In addition to various television programs and sports reports, she moderated the news on RTLII and tagesschau24. She is the daughter of Wolf Maahn.
Sandy Koufax
Sandy Koufax (1935) is a former American baseball player who is considered one of the outstanding pitchers in Major League Baseball history. Koufax played his entire career for the Brooklyn/Los Angeles Dodgers and became famous for his powerful throws and impressive performance in the World Series. He won several Cy Young Awards and was highly regarded for his athletic achievements and moral character, particularly when he refused to play a World Series game on Yom Kippur.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Sarah Jessica Parker (1965) is an American actress and producer, best known for her role as Carrie Bradshaw in the television series "Sex and the City". For this role she won several Golden Globe and Emmy Awards. Parker has also appeared in a variety of films and is recognized as a style icon in the fashion industry.
Scarlett Johansson
Scarlett Johansson (1984) is an American actress and singer, known for her roles in films such as "Lost in Translation", "Her" and as Black Widow in the Marvel Cinematic Universe film series. Johansson is known for her versatility and has been nominated for multiple Golden Globes. She is one of the most commercially successful actresses in film history.
Sean Murray
Sean Murray (1977) is an American actor best known for his role as Special Agent Timothy McGee in the popular US television series "NCIS". Murray began his acting career in the early 1990s, appearing in various television series and films before landing a leading role in "NCIS" in 2003.

Sean Murray appears to be left-handed. Image and video research revealed that he eats with Link and also prefers to use his left hand. Wikipedia also says "He is left-handed, as you can see in the episode "The Thin Ridge"".
Sejad Salihovic
Sejad Salihović (1984) is a former Bosnian-Herzegovinian footballer, best known for his long career with TSG 1899 Hoffenheim in the German Bundesliga. He was known for his skills as a midfielder, particularly his accuracy on free kicks and penalty shots. Salihović also played an important role in the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team.
Serge Prokofieff
Serge Prokofieff (1891–1953), also known as Sergei Prokofiev, was a Russian composer, pianist and conductor, one of the most important musicians of the 20th century. Prokofieff is known for his innovative musical techniques and styles, reflected in works such as the "Peter and the Wolf", the "Romeo and Juliet" ballets and his seven symphonies. His music is characterized by lively melodies, harsh rhythms and frequent use of dissonance.
Sergej Rachmaninoff
Sergei Rachmaninoff (1873–1943) was a Russian composer, pianist and conductor, known for his deeply emotional music and his exceptional piano skills. His most famous works include the "Piano Concerto No. 2", the "Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini" and numerous solo piano pieces, which are still standard repertoire for pianists worldwide.
Sergio Garcia
Sergio Garcia (1980) is a Spanish professional golfer, one of the leading golfers of his generation. Garcia is known for his impressive performances on the PGA Tour and European Tour, including a major win at the 2017 Masters Tournament. His passionate playing style and ability to perform under pressure have earned him many admirers.
Seymour Skinner
Seymour Skinner is a fictional and central character in the American animated television series The Simpsons, which has aired since 1989. Skinner is the longtime principal of Springfield Elementary School, where the Simpson children, Bart and Lisa, attend school. He is known for his conservative and easily manipulated personality and his frequent struggles with his dominant mother, Agnes. Despite his strict nature, he often shows a deep commitment to his students and a hidden sense of humor. Skinner is a key figure in many episodes, often at the center of conflicts with students, teachers and parents.

There is some evidence that Seymour Skinner may be left-handed. He is shown writing with his left hand in some scenes. Skinner is occasionally seen operating various objects such as files or the school microphone with his left hand. However, like many other characters in the series, hand preference can vary from episode to episode due to different animation styles and requirements.
Shirley MacLaine
Shirley MacLaine (1934) is an American actress, singer, dancer and author. She has appeared in a variety of films, including "The Apartment," "Terms of Endearment" (for which she won an Oscar) and "Steel Magnolias." MacLaine is also known for her spiritual beliefs and her books on metaphysics and reincarnation.
Siegfried Lowitz
Siegfried Lowitz (1914–1999) was a German actor, best known for his role as Erwin Köster in the television series "Der Alte". Lowitz was a prominent figure on German television and theater, known for his charismatic presence and versatile acting abilities.
Spike Lee
Spike Lee (1957) is an American film director, producer, screenwriter and actor, known for his works, which often deal with social and political issues, particularly regarding the African American community. His best-known films include “Do the Right Thing,” “Malcolm X” and “BlacKkKlansman,” for which he won the Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Stefan Jürgens
Stefan Jürgens (1963) is a German actor and musician, known for his roles in television series such as "SOKO Vienna/Donau" and "A Case for Two". Jürgens has also worked as a theater actor and released several music albums.
Stefan Kießling
Stefan Kießling (1984–) is a former German footballer who spent most of his career with Bayer Leverkusen in the Bundesliga. Kießling was known for his goalscoring ability and was the top scorer in the Bundesliga in the 2012/2013 season.
Stephanie Stumph
Stephanie Stumph (1984) is a German actress and presenter, known from television series such as "Der Alte", in which she played alongside her father Wolfgang Stumph. She has also established herself as a presenter and can be seen in various formats on German television.
Steve Forbes
Steve Forbes (1947) is an American publisher and businessman, known as the editor-in-chief and CEO of Forbes, a business magazine. Forbes also ran twice for the Republican Party's presidential nomination and is known for his advocacy of the flat tax and other conservative economic policies.
Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs (1955–2011) was an American entrepreneur and inventor, best known as the co-founder and long-time CEO of Apple Inc. Jobs was instrumental in the development of products such as the Macintosh, iPod, iPhone and iPad, which revolutionized the technology industry. His visionary approach to product innovation and charismatic leadership style have made him an icon of the modern business world.
Steve Perry
Steve Perry (1949) is an American singer and songwriter, known as the former lead singer of the rock band Journey. During his time with Journey, particularly in the 1970s and 1980s, Perry contributed his distinctive voice to hits such as "Don't Stop Believin'", "Open Arms" and "Faithfully". Perry was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2017.

Unfortunately, it cannot be determined with 100% certainty whether Steve Perry is really left-handed. Various journalistic sources clearly state that he is left-handed. Photo and video research revealed that he holds the singer's microphone primarily in his left hand. Unfortunately, we don't have any photos of him eating, signing autographs, or playing an instrument that could give us any clearer clues.
Sting
Sting (1951), born Gordon Sumner, is a British musician and songwriter, known as the lead singer and bassist of the rock band The Police and for his successful solo career. Sting has won multiple Grammy Awards and is known for his hits such as "Every Breath You Take" and "Fields of Gold" as well as his activism on environmental and human rights issues.
Susann Atwell
Susann Atwell (1967) is a German television presenter who became known through her work for various German television channels. She has presented a variety of events and shows and is particularly active in the lifestyle and entertainment sectors.
Susanne Uhlen
Susanne Uhlen (1955) is a German actress who has appeared in numerous German film and television productions since the 1970s. She comes from an acting family and has made a name for herself through roles in series such as “Anna Maria – A Woman Goes Her Way”.
Taron Egerton
Taron Egerton (1989) is a British actor who gained international fame primarily for his role as Eggsy in the "Kingsman" film series. His performance in "Kingsman: The Secret Service" and its sequel "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" showed his talent for action and comedy. Egerton has also appeared in other major films, including "Eddie the Eagle," in which he portrayed the true story of British ski jumper Michael Edwards, and "Rocketman," in which he played Elton John. For the latter, he was highly praised and won the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy.
Telly Savalas
Telly Savalas (1922–1994) was an American actor of Greek descent, known for his role as Kojak in the television series of the same name. Kojak, a bald, lollipop-sucking police detective, became an iconic character in the 1970s. Savalas has also appeared in numerous films, including "The Dirty Dozen" and "James Bond 007: On Her Majesty's Secret Service."
Tex Fletcher
Tex Fletcher (1909–1987) was an American country musician and actor who rose to prominence during the Singing Cowboys era of the 1930s and 1940s. He appeared in several western films and is particularly known for his starring role in the film "Six-Gun Rhythm." Fletcher hasn't won major awards like the Oscar or Grammy, but his contributions to country music and western film make him a notable figure in those genres.

In many photos you can see him playing the guitar like a left-handed person, such as the photo in his Wikipedia entry. In the western in which he took part, he also draws the revolver with his left hand. There are also photos of this in the Google image search.
Thomas Gibson
Thomas Gibson (1962) is an American actor, known for his roles in the television series "Chicago Hope", "Dharma & Greg" and especially as Aaron Hotchner in "Criminal Minds". Gibson has an extensive career in television and has also worked on stage and in film.
Thomas Hackenberg [...]
Thomas Hackenberg (1961) is a German television presenter and actor, known for his work on various German channels. He has hosted a variety of quiz shows and children's programs, including "1, 2 or 3" and "Quatsch Comedy Club".
Thomas Jefferson
Thomas Jefferson (1743–1826) was one of the founding fathers of the United States and the country's third president (1801–1809). Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence and was instrumental in the expansion of the United States through the Louisiana Purchase. In addition to his political career, he was also an architect, philosopher and founder of the University of Virginia.
Thomas Muster
Thomas Muster (1967) is a former Austrian tennis player, known for his successes on clay courts. Muster won the French Open in 1995 and reached No. 1 in the world rankings that year. He was known for his competitive playing style and physical fitness and won a total of 44 ATP titles in his career.

Thomas Muster is left-handed, which you can tell by the way he holds and handles the racket.
Thomas Strunz
Thomas Strunz (1968) is a former German footballer, best known for his time with Bayern Munich. Strunz played in midfield and was known for his robust style of play. He was part of the team that won several Bundesliga titles and helped Germany win the European Championship in 1996.
Tiger Flowers
Tiger Flowers (1895–1927), born Theodore Flowers, was an American boxer and the first African-American middleweight world champion. Flowers was known for his exceptional sportsmanship and deep-rooted religious beliefs. Despite his short career, he left a lasting impression on boxing history.
Till Brönner
Till Brönner (1971) is a German jazz musician, trumpeter, flugelhorn player, composer and photographer. Brönner is one of the most famous German jazz artists, known for his ability to fuse jazz with pop music elements. He has collaborated with a variety of international artists and is also recognized for his work as a music producer.
Till Reiners
Till Reiners (1985) is a German cabaret artist and author known for his sharp wit and observations on social and political issues. He began his career in the cabaret scene and quickly made a name for himself through his intelligent and often satirical comments. Reiners can be seen regularly in German cabaret shows such as “Die Anstalt” and other television formats. His style is characterized by a mixture of humor and serious, thoughtful moments, with which he makes his audience laugh and at the same time make them think.
Tim Allen [...]
Tim Allen (1953) is an American actor and comedian, best known for his role as Tim "The Toolman" Taylor in the television series "Home Improvement" and as the voice of Buzz Lightyear in the "Toy Story" series. Allen has also appeared in many other films and is known for his distinctive humorous style.
Timo Boll [...]
Timo Boll (1981) is a German table tennis player, one of Europe's best players in the history of the sport. Boll has won numerous medals at World Championships, European Championships and the World Cup. He is known for his fast style of play and his ability to perform excellently under pressure.

Timo Boll is left-handed. You can see that quite clearly on the autograph card we have from him. In table tennis, Boll performs all of his shots, including forehands, backhands and serves, with his left hand. He also writes his autographs with his left hand.
Tina Fey
Tina Fey (1970) is an American actress, comedian, writer and producer, known for her work on "Saturday Night Live" and as the creator of the television series "30 Rock". Fey is known for her sharp wit and pointed commentary on social and political issues. She has received numerous awards, including several Emmy Awards.
Tippi Hedren
Tippi Hedren (1930) is an American actress, best known for her roles in the Alfred Hitchcock films The Birds and Marnie. Hedren has also made significant contributions to animal conservation, particularly through her work with big cats at the Shambala Preserve, an animal sanctuary she founded in California.
Tobias Nath
Tobias Nath (1979) is a German actor, voice actor, radio play speaker and speaker of audio books, known for his work in various German television series and as a voice in numerous radio plays and films. He is also known for his dubbing work and has lent his voice to many international actors.
Tom Cruise
Tom Cruise (1962) is an American actor and producer, one of the biggest film stars in the world. Cruise is known for his roles in films such as "Top Gun", "Mission: Impossible" and "Jerry Maguire". His films have grossed billions worldwide, and he is known for his action roles and his use as a stuntman in his own film sequences.
Toni Garrn [...]
Toni Garrn (1992) is a German model and actress, known for her work with Victoria's Secret and other leading fashion houses. Garrn has also appeared in various film projects and is active in philanthropic endeavors, particularly through her support of educational projects for girls in Africa through her own foundation.
Toni Kroos
Toni Kroos (1990) is a German footballer who plays for Real Madrid and the German national team. He is known for his passing precision and his ability to control the game. Kroos has won multiple UEFA Champions League titles and the 2014 FIFA World Cup with Germany.
Toni Polster
Toni Polster (1964) is a former Austrian football player and current football coach. As a player, Polster was known for his goalscoring abilities, particularly during his time with Sevilla and the Austrian national team. He is one of the most successful goalscorers in the history of Austrian football.
Tony Iommi
Tony Iommi (1948) is a British guitarist and founding member of the heavy metal band Black Sabbath. Iommi is known for his innovative guitar techniques and creating heavy riffs, which had a significant influence on the development of heavy metal. Despite an injury to his fingertips, he developed a unique playing style that shaped the band's sound.
Torsten Sträter [...]
Torsten Sträter (1966) is a German comedian, writer, cabaret artist, audiobook speaker and voice actor, known for his distinctive style, which often includes a cap and dry humor. Sträter regularly appears in German comedy and cabaret shows and is known for his astute observations of everyday life.
Treat Williams
Richard Treat Williams (1951 - 2023) is an American actor who has appeared in a variety of films and television series. He is particularly known for his roles in films such as "Hair" and "Prince of the City," as well as his long-running role in the television series "Everwood." Williams has also worked on stage and appeared in various Broadway productions.
Uri Geller
Uri Geller (1946) is an Israeli illusionist and self-proclaimed "mystifier", known for his claimed psychokinetic abilities, particularly bending spoons and stopping clocks with his mind. Geller is a controversial figure, as many of his supposed powers have been questioned by scientists and skeptics.
Ursus Wehrli
Ursus Wehrli (1969) is a Swiss cabaret artist, visual artist, photographer, comedian and performance artist, known for his art projects in which he "cleans up" or rearranges everyday objects and works of art in order to present them systematically and logically. His books, including “Cleaning Up Art” and “Cleaning Up Even More Art,” are internationally successful.
Valentino Rossi
Valentino Rossi (1979) is a former professional Italian motorcycle racer, one of the most successful and well-known riders in the history of MotoGP. Rossi has won nine world championship titles, including seven in the premier class of MotoGP. He is known for his charismatic and competitive style both on and off the track.
Vicente Samuel Saldívar García
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Victor Garber
Victor Garber (1949) is a Canadian actor and singer, known for his roles in television series such as "Alias" and "Legends of Tomorrow" and in films such as "Titanic", "Argo" and "Godspell". Garber also has a significant theater career on Broadway, including appearances in productions such as "Sweeney Todd" and "Hello, Dolly!".
Victor Hugo
Victor Hugo (1802–1885) was a 19th-century French poet, novelist and playwright and one of the leading figures of Romanticism. He is best known for his novels Les Misérables and The Hunchback of Notre Dame, which both illuminate the social injustices of his time and provide deep insights into human nature. Hugo was also politically active and advocated for social and political changes in France.
Vincent D'Onofrio
Vincent D'Onofrio (1959) is an American actor, director and writer, known for his diverse roles in film and television. Particularly notable is his portrayal of Detective Robert Goren in the television series “Law & Order: Criminal Intent.” D'Onofrio is also known for his intense acting method and his ability to deeply empathize with complex characters, as in "Full Metal Jacket" and "Men in Black".
Vivien Cardone
Vivien Cardone (1993) is an American actress best known for her role as Delia Brown in the television series Everwood. She also appeared in the film “A Beautiful Mind.” Cardone has since retired from acting and is focusing on her studies and other interests.
Whoopi Goldberg
Whoopi Goldberg (1955) is an American actress, comedian and television personality, known for her role in The Color Purple, for which she received an Academy Award nomination, and for her comedic role in Sister Act. Goldberg is one of the few entertainers to have won an EGOT – Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and Tony Awards. She is also one of the hosts of the talk show “The View”.
Will Ferrell
Will Ferrell (1967) is an American actor and comedian, known for his work on Saturday Night Live and his roles in films such as Anchorman, Elf, Barbie, Zoolander and Talladega Nights. Ferrell is known for his over-the-top comedic style and his ability to embody ridiculous yet lovable characters.
Willy Sagnol
Willy Sagnol (1977) is a French former football player and coach, known for his time as a right-back with Bayern Munich and the French national team. Sagnol was known for his precise crosses and defensive strength. After his playing career, he moved into coaching, including as coach of the French team Girondins de Bordeaux and as interim coach of Bayern Munich.
Winston Churchill
Winston Churchill (1874–1965) was a British statesman, soldier and writer, best known for his leadership as British Prime Minister during World War II. Churchill was also a Nobel Prize winner for literature and a central figure in British and global history, known for his powerful speeches and determination in the face of adversity.
Wolf Maahn [...]
Wolf Maahn (1955) is a German singer and songwriter who has been active in the German music scene since the early 1980s. Maahn is known for hits like “Somewhere in Germany” and “Fieber”. He has made a name for himself through his powerful live performances and his commitment to social and political issues.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Wolfgang Joop [...]
Wolfgang Joop (1944) is a German fashion designer and founder of the brands Joop! and child prodigy. Joop is known for his innovative designs and influence in the fashion industry. He has also worked as a painter and author and remains an influential figure in the German and international fashion world.
Wolfgang Overath
Wolfgang Overath (1943) is a German former footballer who played primarily for 1. FC Köln and was part of the German national team that won the 1974 FIFA World Cup. Overath was known for his excellent technique and ability as a playmaker in midfield.
Young Corbett III
Young Corbett III (1905–1993), born Raffaele Giordano, was an American boxer of Italian descent and world welterweight champion in the early 1930s. He was known for his technical finesse and speed in the ring, with his career spanning many significant fights against the best boxers of his time.

Young Corbett III was left-handed, as a Google image search shows. His fighting position in most pictures was that of a left-hander (right hand in front (jab), left hand for the straight). His Wikipedia entry classifies him as "Southpaw" and numerous articles about him refer to him as "The left-handed Corbett".
Zazie (Marie Anne de Truchis de Varennes)
Zazie (born Isabelle Marie Anne de Truchis de Varennes in 1964) is a French singer and songwriter. She is known for her catchy lyrics and her versatility in music, which includes elements of rock, pop and electronic music. Her most famous albums include “Zen” and “Made in Love”. Zazie has won several Victoires de la Musique, the most important music awards ceremony in France, but she has not received any Grammy or Oscar awards to date.

Finding evidence for Zazie's left-handedness is difficult. When she plays the guitar, she does it like a right-handed person, which is not unusual even for a left-handed person. A statistical analysis of the pictures at getty showed that there are an above-average number of pictures in which she holds the microphone in her left hand. This should not be taken as evidence, but it increases the probability.
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