For instance, David Letterman is well known for branching into late night television as a talk show host while honing his skills as a stand-up comedian, Barbra Streisand ventured into acting while operating as a singer, or Clint Eastwood , who achieved even greater fame in Hollywood for being a film director and a producer than for his acting credentials. Many of them take second jobs on the side or even venture into other occupations within the field of sports such as coaching, general management , refereeing , or recruiting and scouting up-and-coming athletes. The cult of personality particularly in the west can be traced back to the Romantics in the 18th century,  whose livelihood as artists and poets depended on the currency of their reputation. In contrast, both the Pope and The Dalai Lama are far more famous under their official title than under their actual names. When his character was shot during a cliffhanger episode without the viewers knowing who was the killer, it caused a media hype around the question: Unlike movies, television created celebrities who were not primarily actors; for example, presenters, talk show hosts, and news readers. People who commit extremely gruesome crimes can also achieve infamy, such as Nazi doctor Josef Mengele. English-speaking media commentators and journalists will sometimes refer to celebrities as belonging to the A-List or state that a certain actor belongs to the B-List, the latter being a disparaging context. Certain people are known even to people unfamiliar with the area in which they excelled. Yet, celebrity wasn't always tied to actors in films, especially when cinema was starting out as a medium. The term "instant celebrity" describes someone who becomes a celebrity in a very short period of time. Disney have theme parks around the world which rely on the fame of its creations headed by Mickey Mouse. These informal rankings indicate a placing within a hierarchy. Newspapers started including gossip columns  and certain clubs and events became places to be seen in order to receive publicity. Certain advertising characters have also become iconic thanks to decades of constant merchandising, such as Ronald McDonald , Bibendum and Hello Kitty. By the time the answer was given in the first episode of the next season millions of people instantly recognized Hagman's face as J.