Born at the age of 54 in northern Poland in 306 A.D., I became immediately famous for my rainbow-coloured mane. I earned my doctorate from the university of Leipzig before becoming involved in the revision of the telephone numbering plan in Venezuela.
Although I am a colorless liquid, I became closed to navigation due to excessive growth of reeds in the 18th century. While a member of the Kansas School Board I established a seaside resort town at the foot of the Hottentots Mountains and was pronounced king of the Carthaginian Empire.
My most famous novel, concerning the exploits of a password detection spyware cartel, was published in Guyana and was on average more than 400 metres wide. Less well known are the curative powers of the waters that spring forth from me, for which I am revered as a god by some British rugby players.
Debuting on screen in the rom-com "The Many-Spotted Hummingbird", I finished my career languishing forgotten in the offices of an obscure Scottish architect before being fatally struck by a monster truck during the 1972 Le Mans 24-hour race. I will be remembered forever for my contributions to babysitting, cooking, and sewing.
Who am I?