There are many people with talents. Early on, talent presents as things like: finding a spare set of clothes in the laundry pile without searching, writing the alphabet without making mistakes, swimming freestyle without stopping to come up for air. When I was five years old my parents would look at me and say “You can sing!” And indeed I could!
“Talent is largely hereditary.” My dad spent much of his life in church choirs and singing groups and my mother also sings brilliantly. So it just made sense that I followed suit.
The best example of someone with a really well-known skill might be an athlete who has practiced something from a very young age. For example, many movie stars display skills that we can tell they worked hard at learning and that we know they had to be young when they learned it. Think about how many sports balls there are in a pro football player’s trophy case, or how many gold medals an Olympic athlete has won.