25 Strange Elvis Facts: Sex, Drugs, And Rock And Roll–And Nicolas Cage

Published January 8, 2016
Updated January 11, 2018

From the book he died reading on the toilet to the one person who's been allowed in his bedroom, these strange Elvis facts reveal rock's weird side.

On January 8, 1935, Elvis Aaron Presley was born–just minutes after his identical twin. And that’s just the first of many seldom-heard, very interesting Elvis facts. From dating a 14-year-old to impersonating cops to earning the karate nickname of “Mr. Tiger,” this is the tale of the king of rock and roll’s weird side. See what we mean with these 25 things you probably never knew about The Pelvis:

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25 Strange Elvis Facts: Sex, Drugs, And Rock And Roll–And Nicolas Cage
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For more on Elvis, see why his fans were the original Beliebers and discover where he ranks among rock and roll's most iconic hairdos.

Briana Jones
Briana Jones is a freelance writer, screenwriter, and artist roaming the hot sands of the southwest. She enjoys the strange and unusual, and green tea.
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