Rather an historical curiosity, not a too serious subject, is the phenomenon of "nominative determinism". Are some persons compelled to take up a line of work and career suggested by their surnames? Are names also hold the secret to success? Was Sigmund Freud joyous ?? (Freud=joy); was another Austrian neurologist and pharmacologist, (1871- 1953), Alfred Fröhlich, a happy person? (Fröhlich=happy)? Well, let us enjoy the stories of some people whose names became their professions.