May also has an intense interest in astrophysics; in fact, he was earning his PhD in the early days of Queen, but dropped out of college to work on music full-time. Then, in 2007, he picked up where he left off and officially attained his PhD. He has also co-written a book on the history of the universe.
Brian May (or, rather, the 1970's version of May) is often lusted after--or, put more innocently, "crushed on"--by female Queen fans who sometimes identify themselves as "Mayniacs." Not that the author of this definition has anything in common with those people, of course...*nervous laughter*
2 One of the few people who suffers from a rare and obscure syndrome that makes it impossible for him to change his hairstyle.
3 Part time astronomer, author, guitar for hire and hero.
4 Writer and performer of some hugely succesful pop and rock songs.
5 Possible genius
6 Former partner of Anita Dobson (actress best known for UK soap Eastenders) - no comment.
7 The man who wrote and performed "Who Wants To Live Forever". For that alone, if nothing else, he deserves praise.