Klum may refer to the following people:

  • Francis Klum, a comic book villain better known as Mysterio
  • Heidi Klum, a German model
  • Johanna Klum, German TV personality
  • Mattias Klum, Swedish photographer and film producer
  • Otto Klum, American football coach
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Spider-Man/Black Cat: The Evil That Men Do - Story Summary - "A Study in Scarlet"
... Hardy waits in prison at Riker's Island, accused of Klum's murder ... convince Felicia to undergo a rape kit if she had been raped, Klum's death would be ruled as self-defense but Felicia denies being raped ... Francis Klum, Garrison Klum's lackey and younger brother, has already done so ...
Mattias Klum - Awards
... Over the years, Mattias Klum has received numerous awards and grants for his work ... The King of Sweden granted Klum his medal of the 8th grade with a blue ribbon for his important contributions as a wildlife photographer, 2003 ... Klum is also a member of the Board of Trustees of WWF Sweden and has held a position as a Guest Lecturer at Uppsala University ...
Mysterio (Francis Klum) - Fictional Character Biography
... A mutant teleporter, Francis Klum is a descendent of the wenig Tekterisendes, humans whom Nazi scientist Josef Mengele implanted with mutant tissue during World War II's Project Griffin ... to throw the Cat from the bridge on which they were talking, brutally attacked Klum ... Contacting the Kingpin, Klum purchased the paraphernalia of the currently-deceased Mysterio, Quentin Beck, reasoning that, by using an old enemy's costume, he would put Spider-Man off-guard ...
Mattias Klum - Filmography
... video project Funk for Life The Coral Eden The Testament of Tebaran Klum has produced documentary films including Borneo’s Rainforest and The Brittle Thread (Asia ... Klum and his team have collaborated on the music video project Funk for Life, with renowned musician Nils Landgren ...
Otto Klum
... Otto "Proc" Klum (October 17, 1892 – September 24, 1944) was an American football and basketball coach ... Klum is the most successful coach in Hawaii football history having compiled a career record of 84–51–7 ... Klum was also the head basketball coach at Hawaii for two seasons from 1921 to 1923, tallying a mark of 13–8 ...