Social Justice Lazy Warlord
I think this is underselling the ways in which celebrity culture promotes people maintaining public and private identities that are more distinct than most folks realize. Up to and including using disguises and employing people to create, portray and maintain said identities. That is, celebrities often have constructed public identities and public presences that they pay other people to help create and maintain.Some artists have stage names. That’s not the same thing as a secret identity where they live a double life. Other than “Hannah Montana” of course
I guess you could argue Banksy, but it’s not like Banksy makes public appearances as Banksy in a mask.