Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
You all must have heard about Mozart, even his full name surprises me. But that’s not being discussed here. Known for his beautiful and flawless compositions of music. Melodies that transcend you far away from your troubles.
The genius according to historians was termed as a highly functioning autistic. According to their findings, Mozart was not able to keep his hands and feet still at any particular time.
High functioning autistic people are with great abilities in a key area of skill. Even though Mozart showed dislike of loud sounds, his characteristic lead him to be one of the famous celebrities with autism.
The highly glamorized singer from her time, selling multiple platinum level albums and songs though her career. Led her to becoming a much publicized image. While being past 50, she still continues to be an active artist and actress as well.
It was revealed through a biography by Poppy Z that Love was mildly autistic. According to Love herself, her social skills are below par that of an average individuals. To better herself, she and her friends visited g*y clubs to lessen her frustration.
Despite the condition, she has shown shear resilience and an undeniable attitude towards her commitment for her career and her fans alike.
If you remember the American idol contestant James Durbin from season 10.You will also know that he was very autistic and was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome and Tourette’s syndrome.
Despite the facts, the artist was very verbal about his condition and voiced greater awareness among the masses.
According to Durbin himself, times have been tough for him and his only way to look away from his problem is focus – that is music. Music is what enables him to concentrate on his work, balancing in between the spectrums of both illnesses.
This is what our list is all about, highlighting new people with stories behind them. Miss Montana was the first Miss America contestant with autism. If you don’t know, pageants are very social and influential international platforms of recognition world over.
According to CNN, Wineman was diagnosed with pervasive development disorder, which comes on the spectrum of autism. Competing with that going inside your brain, is nothing short of commendable and requires respect for her courage.
She defied autism at the highest level and won the America’s choice award. Showing people that with autism you can still be a part of the society like many other famous people with autism.
Being a revolutionary scientist, giving us multiple theories on energy, relativity and gravity. Einstein proved to be a remarkable child, so much that his teachers wouldn’t able to understand what he queried.
Scientist from Oxford and Cambridge have retrospectively diagnosed Einstein with Asperger’s syndrome. They based their verdict upon the fact the he suffered from a troubled childhood, often having problems with people around him, through the cause of social development issues.