Short Answer: NOT in/through 'FamilySearch' ...
That said ...
There is another option ...
'Yes', possibly, in/through, (BYU) "RelativeFinder", which works with 'FamilySearch'.
Provided, a "Relationship" actually EXISTS in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch' ...
IF, you have NOT already; THEN, you could try ...
Can I humbly suggest that a place where you should be able to 'See' your "Relationship" with, "Famous People"; and, many, "Others"; PLUS, you can ALSO "Print" the connections/links between you and them is through (BYU) "RelativeFinder" ...
(BYU) "RelativeFinder" digs (pun intended) a lot DEEPER in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch', than 'FamilySearch' does.
(BYU) "RelativeFinder" is one of the "Third Party" Applications that "Certified" to work with "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
BYU = Brigham Young University, in Provo, Utah, USA (ie. the Church University).
From the "Family History Technology Laboratory", of the "Computer Science" Department.
Here is direct link to "RelativeFibder"
"RelativeFinder" has MANY 'Bells and Whistles', that you might find useful.
Apart from "Famous People" and "Others" ...
(BYU) "RelativeFinder" has some interesting options ...
There is an option to see if there is a 'Connection' between yourself and a "Deceased" individual/person in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
There is an option to see if there is a 'Connection' between two (x2) "Deceased" individuals/person in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'
There is an option to see if there is a 'Connection' between ("Living" - Users/Patrons) Friends in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
I hope this helps.
Brett, thanks for your help. That is a great start. It defines the relationships. Do you know if there is a way to display the tree?
it should display the tree also . . .
. . . depending on what you mean by "display the tree"
it does show the people and how they are interconnected - person by person in hte tree.