Theseus was a big deal hero and king of Athens. His biggest claim to fame was braving the Labyrinth of Crete where he slayed the man-eating Minotaur, a monster with the body of a man and the head of a bull. No big deal. Before that, he kicked the butts of six unruly bandits whose queen he'd kidnapped, bringing law and order to the land around Athens. Bottom line: Theseus was an awesome hero. But that didn't stop him from being a total womanizer, which got him into trouble all the time. Eventually, it even cost him the throne of Athens. Womp womp.
The Matador, The Lady's Man
King of Athens (retired), Minotaur Slayer (retired)
The Ares School of War
If every ruler governed their land as well as I did Athens, the world would be a better place. Just sayin'.
Aegeus and (maybe) Poseidon (Fathers)
Hippolytus, Demophon, Acamas
King Minos (still mad at me for killing the Minotaur)
Fling with Ariadne
"A warrior never worries about his fear."
All the King's Men by Robert Penn Warren
I Need a Hero by Bonnie Tyler
Heroes of Greece