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Guess which famous name is the answer to this riddle:

My first part is a northern hall, it describes everything.
My second comes in many forms such as McCracken, Kreisher and Convy.
Part number three is out of this world.
My fourth part is a different kind of one.
And finally is what could happen to you in birmingham with ketchup or tea.

Good Luck!

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Close to the previous answers I think it might be

Albert Einstein

My first part is a northern hall, it describes everything.

Al - as pointed out by Bogdan, could describe everything, also probably how would would say 'hall' in a Northern accent.

My second comes in many forms such as McCracken, Kreisher and Convy.

Bert - as found by Flying_whale

Part number three is out of this world.

Space - as found by Bogdan

My fourth part is a different kind of one.

Ein - one of the answers suggested by Flying_whale

And finally is what could happen to you in birmingham with ketchup or tea.

Stein - which it how you would say 'stain' in a Brummie accent.

In fairness, a lot of this is in the previous answers so I would upvote those too.

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Partial answer with Flying whale's help:

Albert Heinrich?

My first part is a northern hall, it describes everything.

Al - describes everything. Not sure what a northern hall has to do with this.

My second comes in many forms such as McCracken, Kreisher and Convy.

Bert

Part number three is out of this world.

Space. In this case, the space between the first name and last name.

My fourth part is a different kind of one.

Hein?

And finally is what could happen to you in birmingham with ketchup or tea.

You get rich.

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partial answer
My second comes in many forms such as McCracken, Kreisher and Convy. is

Bert: Bert McCracken is a singer, Bert Kreisher is a humorist and Bert Convy is an actor

My fourth part is a different kind of one

maybe 1 in another language: un, uno, ein ?

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  • $\begingroup$ you have done well and you two answers so far are correct $\endgroup$ – William Pennanti Jan 22 at 6:29

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