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James Hoban, an Irishman, was the designer of the U.S. White House.
James Buchanan, the 15th U.S. president continuously bought slaves with his own money in order to free them.
James Harrison has donated blood over 1,000 times saving over 2 million unborn babies from Rhesus disease.
U.S. President James Garfield could write Greek with one hand and simultaneously write Latin with the other.
The King James Bible has inspired the lyrics of more pop songs than any other book.
Singer James Blunt might have prevented World War III as a British soldier in Kosovo.
After watching Star Wars, James Cameron decided to quit his job as a truck driver to enter the film industry.
In 1997, James Cameron saved Guillermo del Toro’s father from Mexican kidnappers by paying the US$1 million ransom.
James Cameron was homeless when writing the movie “The Terminator,” and sold the rights for US$1, on the condition he could direct it.
James Bond was originally going to be called James Secretan.
DNA discoverer, James Watson, believes human stupidity is a disease that can be cured.
Stephen Hawking has said he would love to play the bad guy in a James Bond movie.
In 1631, a huge reprint of the King James Bible was recalled and burnt due to a single typo: the Seventh Commandment stated “Thou shalt commit adultery.”
Robert Todd Lincoln, first son of Abraham Lincoln, was present or nearby the assassinations of his father, James Garfield, and William McKinley.
There are 1,007 people named James Bond, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
James Cameron sought Hollywood funding for the movie “Titanic” not because he wanted to make the movie, but because he wanted to dive to the shipwreck.
James Holmes, the perpetrator of the Colorado movie theater mass shooting in 2012, was sentenced to 3,318 years in prison.
Sean Connery wore a toupee in all of the James Bond movies because he started balding at age 21.
James Capone, Al Capone’s older brother was a federal prohibition agent.
After being shot, U.S. President James Garfield was fed through his rectal cavity by his doctors.