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These People Didn't Need Siblings!

A List of 10 Famous Only Children

A List of 10 Famous Only Children

Betty White: Who can forget Betty's SNL antics? Betty white stole America's heart as an actress in "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "The Golden Girls." She is still acting, and also supports animal activism!

Condoleezza Rice: Political scientist and diplomat. Served as the 66th United States Secretary of State under former president George W. Bush. Rice is currently the Denning Professor in Global Business and the Economy at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Daniel Radcliffe: Actor who played one of the world’s most famous fictional only children "Harry Potter." After Harry Potter he starred in the plays "Equus" and "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying" and the film "The Woman in Black." 

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Elvis Presley: The King of Rock and Roll. Brought Rockabilly to the music forefront, and also starred in the films "Wild in the Country" and "Paradise, Hawaiian Style".

Frank Sinatra: Singer, actor, and notorious club owner. Once kicked out famous author Harlan Ellison for his shoddy clothes.

John Lennon: One of The Beatles! Singer, songwriter, and musician who went on to a solo career after The Beatles to release such classics as "Imagine" and ‘Woman’.

Natalie Portman
: Actress famous for her role in "Star Wars." Portman believes she would have never become an actress if she had siblings. She had also been in the dramas "V for Vendetta" and "Black Swan" to critical acclaim. She is currently working on "Thor: Love and Thunder", due in 2022.

Samuel L. Jackson: Actor most noted for his roles in films "Pulp Fiction" "Snakes on a Plane" and "The Avengers." He likes to play the tough guy. His newest film 'The Protégé' is due in late August.

Selena Gomez: Actress and singer famous for starring in "Wizards of Waverly Place." Besides her professional career, she is also an strong support for UNICEF to assist children and mothers in developing countries.

Walter Cronkite: Journalist who anchored on CBS Evening News for nineteen years. Universally recognized as "The Most Trusted Man in America" and for his sign off "And that's the way it is." He passed away in 2009.