David Beckham continues to top the list of the best-dressed, most handsome, and most successful athletes and celebrities in the world. Whether in short or long hair, in shorts, underwear, or formal jacket, in the eyes of a lot of women, the famous footballer can only look so fine. His high-profile marriage to Victoria, a former Spice Girl, also helped elevate his celebrity status. The fashionable couple makes a lot of buzz in the fashion world because of their sense of style, which is topped with million-dollar success and genetically blessed good looks. David Beckham is hailed as a national hero and a definite heartthrob, especially after posing for an underwear campaign by Armani.
He's one of the most successful football players in England, and his popularity has crossed different regions around the world including the United States. The star player got $250-million richer when he played for the Los Angeles Galaxy and moved with his family to Beverly Hills. This is well deserved by a global icon who became the captain of the English team and led the Manchester United team to win four league championships, which include the Champions League Cup and the FA Cup. His accomplishments include winning the 2007 Primera Division championship with Real Madrid, being ranked number 15 on the 2007 Forbes' list of most influential celebrities, and receiving the Outstanding Contribution to British Sport accolade by the 2007 Sport Industry Awards. Other than that, he's also a Goodwill Ambassador for the Sports for Development program of UNICEF.
Born as David Robert Joseph Beckham on May 2, 1975, the famous player dreamt of becoming a footballer at an early age and talent is very evident. When asked what he wanted to do when he's older, Beckham knows too well what to say, he wanted to be a footballer. With his image and football success, it's no surprise that Beckham was able to land a £100m lifetime deal with Adidas and got sponsorship with Vodafone, Marks & Spencer, and Pepsi, to name a few.
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