P U B L I C   F I G U R E S

While mythological representations of albinism abound, many people have never seen a real individual with the condition. The fact that it is relatively rare contributes to its elusiveness, but some who have it are quite well-known public figures.

Johnny & Edgar Winter:  the blues brothers

Salif Keita:  "The Golden Voice of Mali"

Yellowman:  reggae rebel

Rev. William Archibald Spooner:  leaving a linguistic legacy

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