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Easy Random Famous People Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Free easy fun long trivia quiz with answers about rich and famous people.

 

Easy Random Famous People Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers

Which Florence won Olympic gold on the athletics track?
A: Griffith Joyner.

Which former Soviet leader was born on exactly the same day as author Tom "Wolfe?
A: Mikhail Gorbachev.

Who assassinated Bobby Kennedy?
A: Sirhan Sirhan.

Who wrote the lyrics for the 90s Candle In the Wind?
A: Bernie Taupin.

What was the first name of Miss Lewinsky (White House)?
A: Monica.

Pablo Casals played which stringed musical instrument?
A: Cello.

Who succeeded Franklin D Roosevelt as President?
A: Harry S Truman.

 

Prosecutor Kenneth Starr was involved in impeachment proceedings against which US President?
A: Clinton.

It's Impossible! Which relaxed singer was actually born in 1912 in Pennsylvania?
A: Perry Como.

In 1963 who said "Ich bin ein Berliner"?
A: John F. Kennedy.

In which decade did James Dean meet his early death?
A: 50s.

In which country did Gadaffi seize power in the 60s?
A: Libya.

Which gangster offered a reward of $10,000 when the Lindbergh baby was kidnapped?
A: Al Capone.

What kind of boys had an 80s No 1 with West End Girls?
A: Pet Shop Boys.

 

F W De Klerk was the last white president of which country?
A: South Africa.

Which large opera star launched a perfume for men named after him?
A: Luciano Pavarotti.

Which 90s leader said, "I did not have sexual relations with that woman"?
A: Bill Clinton.

Which presidential hopeful withdrew from his election campaign after reports of events on the yacht Monkey Business?
A: Gary Hart.

Who were singing sisters Patti, Maxine and Lavern?
A: Andrews Sisters.

Which eastern European country did Pope John Paul II come form?
A: Poland.

Which actress was born Ruth Elizabeth Davis?
A: Bette Davis.

 

In which decade was Nelson Mandela sent to prison in South Africa?
A: 60s.

What was the occupation of Nick Leeson when he brought down Barings?
A: Bank trader.

Who led the Blonde Ambition world tour of 1990?
A: Madonna.

J Paul Getty founded a museum in which state?
A: California.

David Ben-Gurion was the first Prime Minister of which new state?
A: Israel.

Calamity Jane died in which decade of the 20th century?
A: First (1903).

Which superstar duetted with Celine Dion on Tell Him?
A: Barbara Streisand.

 

Who stormed off court at the end of the 1999 French Open and had to have her mother coax her back?
A: Martina Hingis.

How was Charles Hardin Holley better known?
A: Buddy Holly.

In which country did Lech Walesa lead the conflict against the communist government?
A: Poland.

Who seized power in Cuba in the late 50s?
A: Castro.

How was William Cody better known?
A: buffalo Bill.

Who decided that there were 50 Ways To Leave Your Lover?
A: Paul Simon.

 

Which Prime Minister was known as The Iron Lady?
A: Margaret Thatcher.

What type of dance was Rudolf Nureyev famous for?
A: Ballet.

The death of which general led to the restoration of Spain's monarchy?
A: Franco.

John Glenn became the oldest man to travel where when he boarded the Discovery in 1998?
A: Space.

Which Rod had his first No 1 in the 70s with Maggie May?
A: Rod Stewart.

Who drowned at Chappaquiddick in 1969?
A: Mary Jo Kopechne.

Maria Callas was born in the US but what nationality were her parents?
A: Greek.

 


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