Trivia Questions and Answers About Famous Names
Who said," I became one of the stately homos of England?"
A: Quentin Crisp.
Who said "An alcoholic is someone you don't like who drinks as
much as you do?"
A: Dylan Tomas.
Who created the Mars bar?
A: Forrest Mars.
What was Cher's birth name?
A: Cheryl Sarkisian.
Who twice lost presidential elections to
Dwight Eisenhower in the
A: Adlai Stevenson.
What would Diane Keaton's last name have been if she had used her
father's name instead of her mother's?
Who was flying the plane in which the first US airplane fatality
A: Orville Wright.
Who won the Nobel Peace Prize in
A: Martin Luther King.
Who was dubbed the Brazilian Bombshell?
A: Carmin Miranda.
Who was the first Briton to win the
US Open tennis title?
A: Fred Perry.
Who is the wife of Brian Blosil and mom of seven children?
A: Marie Osmond
What part of his body did Keith Richards insure of a million
A: Third finger, left hand.
In 1998 who did Vanity Fair describe as "simply the world's
biggest heart throb?"
A: Leonardo DiCaprio.
Who first gave Buster Keaton the nickname Buster?
Arnold Bax said one should try everything once except incest and
A: Folk dancing.
What was Jean Harlow's first film?
A: Hell's Angels.
Where did Bob Dylan first play in public?
A: Gaslight Cafe, Greenwich Village.
Who did Joe Louis beat when he first became world champion.
A: James J. Braddock.
How old was little Mo when she first won Wimbledon?
Which American said, "Boy George is all England needs; another
Queen who can't dress?"
A: Joan Rivers.
How did poet and critic John Berryman meet his death?
A: Drowned himself.
Which singer wrote the novel Amy The Dancing Bear?
A: Carly Simon.
What do k.d. Lang's initials stand for?
A: Kathryn Dawn.
Which Soviet was swapped for Gary Powers who was shot down over
A: Rudolph Abel.
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