Albert Einstein in popular culture

Albert Einstein In Popular Culture

Albert Einstein in popular culture

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Albert Einstein has been the subject of or inspiration for many works of popular culture.

On Einstein's 72nd birthday on March 14, 1951, UPI photographer Arthur Sasse was trying to persuade him to smile for the camera, but having smiled for photographers many times that day, Einstein stuck out his tongue instead.

In 1999, leading physicists voted Einstein the "greatest physicist ever". "Einstein" has become a word used to describe someone extremely intelligent; the name is also applied sarcastically to someone who states the obvious or displays a lack of intelligence or insight ("Way to go, Einstein!").

Albert Einstein has been the subject of or inspiration for many novels, films and plays, such as Yahoo Serious's intentionally inaccurate biography of Einstein as a Tasmanian in the film Young Einstein, as a Romantic & witty uncle (Played by Walter Mathau) to Meg Ryan in the film "I.Q.", Jean-Claude Carrier's 2005 French novel, Einstein S'il Vous......
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