He was a great basketball player, is retired and is in the NBA Hall of Fame.
Moses was a “Man of the true God,” leader of the nation of Israel, mediator of the Law covenant, prophet, judge, commander, and historian. As a writer, Moses was the writer of the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Bible, namely, Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. His authorship has been acknowledged by the Jews throughout their history, this section of the Bible being known by them as the Torah, or Law.
Jesus and the Christian writers frequently speak of Moses as giving the Law. He is generally credited with writing the book of Job, also Psalm 90 and, possibly, 91. (Matt. 8:4; Luke 16:29; 24:27; Ro 10:5; 1Cor. 9:9; 2Cor. 3:15; Heb 10:28)
According to the Judo-Christian tradition and writings (Torah and Bible) would be leading the Jews out of Egypt.
Moses is credited with writing the first 5 books of the bible, although it is impossible that he did (Hebrew was not a written language in the time period he was supposed to have lived) He is also credited with freeing the Israelites from 400+ years enslavement in Egypt (again is not possible). He mainly is a legendary person, that may or may not have lived. His legend is credited with shaping the culture of the Hebrew people.
That would depend who you ask. Former Israeli Prime Minister, Golda Meir, said that Moses wasn't held in very high esteem by her government. He led the Israelites through the desert for forty years then settled in the only part of the Middle East that has no oil.
But, in the land beneath the Southern Cross, he's not as well known as you might think. I was once dancing with a woman and the music changed.
I said, "I don't know this dance."
"Do you want to sit down?"
"No, it's OK. I'll pick it up by Osmosis."
"He's the guy who led the Israelites out of Egypt in the Old Testament."
"Oh, I haven't read the Bible."
And, no, I'm not kidding.