Michael Moore is an American activist and filmmaker, most notable for making the documentaries Bowling for Columbine, Fahrenheit 9/11, and Sicko. While his films are certainly attention getting, you couldn’t say the same for his outfit, bullhorn notwithstanding.
Billy Mitchell is a brash and colorful arcade player who stars in the documentary King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters. He’s best known for playing the first perfect game of Pac-Man, holding the world record in Donkey Kong, and, naturally, selling a line of hot sauces.
Steve Irwin, also known as the Crocodile Hunter, was the vivacious Australian host of a wildlife TV series. On the show, he showed his love of animals by pissing off crocodiles, snakes, and other critters.
Timothy Treadwell was an amateur naturalist and bear enthusiast who spent 13 summers living with grizzly bears in Alaska. His life’s work has been documented by film maker Werner Herzog in the film Grizzly Man.