I think Santa Claus might be winning the honor because this character is known by various generations in lots of countries.
Other characters are very familiar between one or two generations and the rest won't give to them much interest because new characters are invented each time.
To the one saying the following
Yes the writings of a Jewish cult written after the time period and full of supernatural nonsense.
Stories for that matter that do not even make sense such as the Roman government having the whole population of the area going back to their birth villages to be counted in a census for example instead of in place.
No record of the Romans every doing such a silly thing so we can somehow able to pick the nonsense out from any facts it might contain.
Once more a man by the name of Jesus who was a cult leader at the time might had exist but there no way of knowing one way or another
The ignorance in your claims is laughable.
The Tractate Sanhedrin
presents to itself as designating "the higher courts of law which in the latter part of the period of the Second Temple administered justice in Palestine according to the Mosaic law in the more serious criminal, and specially capital cases...
With this presentation of what these records are about, you check 43a and you read the sentence given to Yeshu (Jesus) on the eve of Passover.
The whole court procedure is presented in this part.
Here is where your ignorance is exposed, when Jewish records confirm the former existence of Jesus.
All your argument against the physical existence of Jesus is just product of ignorance.
Hope not to see you writing again more incoherent arguments about the life of Jesus.