Amazing fathers of the world!

  • By Team TDO

Leopold Mozart

Leopold Mozart is the father of the famous composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. A musician himself, Leopold was a composer and teacher. He identified the talent in the younger Mozart at an early age, and decided to put his music career on the back-burner for the sake of his son. He travelled from place to place, helping his son perform in concerts,and build a name for himself.

“The monsters are gone.” “Really?” Doubtful. “I killed the monsters. That’s what fathers do.” – Fiona Wallace

Chris Gardner
The true hero of the movie ‘Pursuit of Happiness’, Chris Gardner is an icon of struggle and success. Though he himself did not have a very comfortable childhood, he put every bit of his being in providing care to his son. Between jobs, battling difficult circumstances and a troubled marriage, he made sure his son got the best.

Jamshedji Tata
He is not just the father of a proud lineage, but also the father of Indian industry. He was a pioneer of industrialization in the country. The Tata sons are known to all, for their extraordinary contribution to the economy and work culture.

David Beckham
The renowned footballer is a doting father to three sons and a daughter. Despite his crazy schedules, he always makes time for the kids, and loves to indulge in activities with them.

Barack Obama
A Proud father of two beautiful daughters,Obama has declared his love for them publicly on more than one occasion. He wrote an open letter to a magazine and even authored a book, addressing the girls.

William Jackson Smart
The inspiration behind Father's Day celebrations, William was a single father to six children, in trying times. When his daughter Sonora Smart Dodd heard about Mother’s day, she requested for a holiday to celebrate her father too. That’s how the third Sunday of June came to be celebrated as Father's Day.

Finally, the most amazing father – the one we all have. Love him, respect him, and care for him!