If ever a musician could be accused of "suffering" from a positive version of the famous Napolean complex, it would have to be five-foot-six inch tall Iron Maiden frontman Bruce Dickinson, who we consider rock's true renaissance man.

The one-time championship-level fencing enthusiast is well-know for his diverse interests; when he's not fronting one of the most beloved heavy metal bands in the world he can be found in the broadcast booth, running one of several successful companies, or oh yeah, flying a %$#@%$ jumbo jet airliner.