Famous Hungarians

Hungarians are talented and smart; just ask the people at Nobel. The country has one of the highest rankings, per capita, for Nobel laureates, with 13 winners also invented many things, from the biro ballpoint pen (named for inventor László Bíró) to computer science (János Neumann) to Rubik’s cube.  Also resourceful bunch and they are featured heavily in lists of internationally significant inventors, musicians, artists and sport stars like: Albert Szent-Györgyi,  Ede (Edward) Teller, Charles Simonyi, Ferenc Liszt, Béla Bartók, Zoltán Kodály, Tony Curtis, Bela Lugosi,  Zsa Zsa Gabor, the world famous football player Ferenc Puskás, the tenis genius Monica Seles, Harry Houdini, just to mention a few