Who holds the most Guinness World Records?

Ashrita Furman
There are many prolific record holders in the Guinness World Records (GWR) archives. But none of their achievements quite match those of title holder Ashrita Furman, from Brooklyn, New York, who has become famous as the man with the most Guinness World Records titles.

Who is the owner of Guinness World Record?

Guinness World Records

Editor Craig Glenday
Publisher Jim Pattison Group
Published in English 27 August 1955 – present
Media type Book television
Website guinnessworldrecords.com

What are the 23 records of BTS?

More of their records comprehend, but are far from limited to:

  • Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours by a K-pop group, fastest time to reach one million followers on TikTok (their current count is 40M followers)
  • Most tickets sold for a livestreamed concert (756,000)
  • Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours (“Butter”)

What are BTS 23 Guinness world record?

BTS entered the Guinness World Records 2022 Hall of Fame with 23 records. Guinness World Records on Twitter said ‘the boys are in the book’. BTS has entered the Guinness World Records 2022 Hall of Fame.

Who are the sons of Hon Bryan Guinness?

In 1929, Guinness married Hon Diana Mitford, one of the Mitford sisters. They had two sons: Jonathan Bryan Guinness, 3rd Baron Moyne (born 16 March 1930) Hon Desmond Walter Guinness (8 September 1931 – 20 August 2020) The couple became leaders of the London artistic and social scene and were dedicatees of Evelyn Waugh’s second novel Vile Bodies.

Who was the wife of Sir Bryan Guinness?

Guinness remarried in 1936 to Elisabeth Nelson (1912–1999), daughter of Thomas Arthur Nelson of the Nelson publishing family, with whom he had nine children. Hon Erskine Stuart Richard Guinness (born 16 January 1953), married Louise Dillon-Malone

Who is the father of Kieran guinness’daughter?

The Ginger Man author with his former wife, Mary, and her baby daughter, Rebecca. Her father is in fact former hunt master Kieran Guinness. scion of the brewing dynasty

Why was the Guinness Book of Records banned?

The novel recounts the steamy sexual encounters of Trinity College student Sebastian Dangerfield and was initally banned in the U.S. and Ireland. It went on to sell 45million copies and has long been considered semi-biographical.