David Hasselhoff has made a globe containing just his image to show the impact he has had on the world.
The former "Baywatch" actor claims the miniature sculpture - which sees pictures of himself making up all the countries - is "ironic" but insists he has played a part in solving the world's problems.
He said: "I have had a globe made with my face stretched across the ocean and little versions of myself forming the countries."
"At the top, it says 'savior' in gold. But I was being ironic. Yes, I played a role in the fall of the Berlin Wall and on American culture. But not that big. It was a little joke. Although it's interesting to see your influence on the world translating into a globe."
David has also been brought to life in new computer game "Pain," which gives players the opportunity to injure him.
The 56-year-old actor claims the game is as much of a joke as the globe, and says he is not concerned that people might enjoy hitting and hurting him while playing it.
He said: "The idea of 'hurting The Hoff' or 'hassling The Hoff' was just hysterical to me. I don't know why, I think it was from growing up watching the Three Stooges and the idea of hurting yourself was funny to me."