World fame, I hear you say? Well, Cliff never really broke the US so I'm not giving you that one.
Rare talent, maybe? To pick on poor Cliff again, he did only manage second place at Eurovision (after two attempts might I add) so you're not having that one either.
No - the answer, in fact, is Birmingham.
More specifically, all three have shot films in and around the second city.
And whilst it's been a few years since Sir Cliff graced our streets on-camera - 1973's Take Me High, as I'm sure you're all aware - both Spielberg and Arterton have flocked to Brum in recent years for feature film projects. (2018's Ready Player One and 2016's The Girl With All the Gifts respectively.)
Both are part of a growing trend that's seeing Birmingham emerge as a go-to location for multi-million-pound movies.
Possible jokes about its continued depiction as a dystopian backdrop aside, this is a fantastic development for the city. Bringing in just under £30 million to the local economy in the last year alone, Birmingham's growth as a filming destination serves to benefit not just nearby creative industries, but all manner of local businesses.
Don't just take my word for it either. Check out The Telegraph's recent article on Birmingham's growing film fame - including insights from TINKER TAYLOR's very own Head of Business Development, Paul Hewlett - to get a better idea of what's going on and what this means for the city.
And of course, this is the perfect excuse to crack open a Cliff Richard box set.
Go on. You know you want to.
In recent years Birmingham has emerged as the UK film industry’s go-to filming location for high-octane Hollywood action cinema, luring international producers eager to cut down on costs while providing an array jobs for local crews.