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After dropping out of college, Latouche arrived on the theater scene as a short, shrewd wunderkind.
The next year saw wunderkind founder Elizabeth Holmes’s net worth slashed from $4.5 billion to nothing as the onetime Silicon Valley darling’s house of cards came tumbling down.
Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James has already anointed Simmons as the next big thing in the NBA, and the Australian wunderkind has lived up to those giant expectations.
Already, New Albany wunderkind Romeo Langford has sliced U of L from his short list.
Just ask wunderkind trendsetter Jonathan Anderson, who recently announced that his eponymous brand, JW Anderson, would be presenting its men’s and women’s collections together during London’s womenswear Fashion Week.
Pico was pegged as a phenom and the future of the sport, a sort of wunderkind and once-in-a-generation talent.
In one segment, Miranda -- who created a Broadway phenomenon based on the birth of the United States -- competes with American history wunderkind Macey Hensley in a founding fathers history trivia game.
For Rooney, the wunderkind who grew up to be the top scorer in England national team history, the return to Everton is the perfect conclusion to a career that is grinding to a halt.
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