By: RC Nelson
He won the Noble Prize in Literature in 1954.
He liked hunting exotic animals. Lions, leopards, etc.
He liked deep sea fishing.
He started his career as a writer for a newspaper in Kansas City when he was seventeen.
He was the inspiration for "the most interesting man in the world" Dos Equis guy on the commercial.
He was an ambulance driver for the Italian army in World War 1.
He was married four times.
He suffered from alcoholism.
He survived multiple plane crashes.
When fishing he kept a Tommy Gun with him to shoot any sharks that tried to eat his catch.
He has a look alike group.
Most of the male members of his family commeted suicide.
He had three kids all three were sons.
He had five siblings. Four sisters and a brother.
There are several museums about him.
Fidel Castro admired him.
Out of all the places he lived none had a hold like Cuba.
He had ameobic dysentery resulting in a prolapsed intestine.
Mini BIO - Ernest Hemingway
He wrote a memoir about hid life in Paris in the 1920's called A Movable Feast.
His longest sentence he ever wrote had 424 words, and it was in Green Hills of Africa on page 148.