Who are some famous people who were middle children?


Famous people who are or were the middle child include Jennifer Lopez, Abraham Lincoln, Herbert Hoover, Judd Apatow, David Letterman, Anne Hathaway, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. Mental Floss counters the assumption that middle children are always overlooked.

The Daily Mail discusses a study showing that middle children tend to be more successful than their oldest and youngest siblings are. The study indicates that middle children benefit from their siblings and end up becoming more sociable, articulate, empathetic, creative and independent. Middle children are more likely to take creative risks and develop new concepts. For example, Bill Gates had an innate ability to think beyond simple and he was notably creative. He was a middle child as well.

The Daily Mail further says that many political giants were middle children too. Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy and Tony Blair were all middle children. Blair demonstrates his birth order through his charisma, friendliness and fair-minded attitude.

The Daily Mail reveals that Martin Luther King Jr. and Nelson Mandela were both middle children. They possessed the ability to fight for freedom, confront bullies and act as the diplomat in chaotic situations. The research study suggests that middle children learn to negotiate because they have to communicate with older and younger individuals daily.

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