Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
16. Eight non-fiction books (mostly about his life in LA), and eight non-fiction books about finance, and social and ethical issues in culture.
Clear Eyes. He's always seen with a beach ball that has a sore eye.
Yale Law School. Ben graduated in 1970, as the valedictorian by election of his classmates.
Mr. Cantwell. 1989-1991, he played Kevin's teacher, Mr Cantwell.
|What web address does Ben encourage people to E-mail at the end of each show if they want to become a contestant?||Ben Stein of "Money"
Futility.com. '...so I challenge you to write, call, or E-mail me at futility.com in the chance, infinitesimal as it may be, that on some distant planet, on some distant day, you could win Ben Stein's money.'
Valleycrest. It appears at the end of every show.
Cuckoo clock. Although it almost never has a cuckoo bird in it, it is a cuckoo clock that makes a cuckoo call.
Law. He was also a lawyer for Nixon.
$5000. 'I'm putting up 5000 dollars that says I know more than YOU.'
|Finish this phrase from the opening of the show: 'So if you're smart enough, fast enough, and if you've got ____ ____'?||Ben Stein of "Money"
the guts . '...you could win Ben Stein's money.'
He becomes a contestant. '...which I will now defend by becoming a common contestant.'
The best of ten test of knowledge.
Richard Nixon. He often talks about Nixon on the show.
Nancy Pimental. She was one of the writers on South Park.
Jimmy Kimmel. He has hosted 'The Man Show', also on Comedy Central.
$200-$500. 'I am also sorry to say that questions in this round have sadistically risen to the range of 200 to 500 dollars of MY money.'
Yale. He was voted valedictorian by his fellow students at Yale law school.
Tommy. Ben and Alexandra have one son, Tommy.
Alexandra Denman. No, Ben is not one of Elizabeth Taylor's ex-husbands. He married Alexandra in 1968, they were divorced in 1974, and re-married in 1977.
|Ben's quiz show "Win Ben Stein's Money" began in what year?||Ben Stein
1997. A very funny and smart show that co-starred Jimmy Kimmel as Ben's host and disrespectful sidekick.
|In what year did he graduate from Yale Law School?||Ben Stein
1970. Ben was the Valedictorian of his class by election of his fellow students!
|What college did Ben graduate from, in 1966?||Ben Stein
Columbia. Ben graduated with honors in Economics from Columbia University in 1966.
Herbert Stein. Herbert Stein (27 Aug 1916 - 8 Sep 1999) was a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and was on the board of contributors of The Wall Street Journal.
November 25, 1944. Ben was born in Washington D.C. on November 25, 1944.