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What's HER Name? Trivia Quiz

Celebrity Women and their Birth Names

Match these celebrity women's real names to their stage names if you can! Good luck!
This is a renovated/adopted version of an old quiz by author finlady

A matching quiz by kyleisalive. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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3 mins
Match Quiz
Quiz #
Apr 02 24
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Avg Score
8 / 10
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(a) Drag-and-drop from the right to the left, or (b) click on a right side answer box and then on a left side box to move it.
1. Judy Garland  
2. Emma Stone  
3. Lauren Bacall  
4. Lana Del Rey  
5. Rihanna  
6. Reese Witherspoon  
7. Dakota Fanning  
8. Miley Cyrus  
9. Helen Mirren  
10. Shania Twain  

Select each answer

1. Judy Garland
2. Emma Stone
3. Lauren Bacall
4. Lana Del Rey
5. Rihanna
6. Reese Witherspoon
7. Dakota Fanning
8. Miley Cyrus
9. Helen Mirren
10. Shania Twain

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Judy Garland

Answer: Frances

Born Frances Ethel Gumm in 1922, Garland was an American actress, singer, dancer and all-around performer who was perhaps best-known as Dorothy in the movie "The Wizard of Oz". Garland famously struggled with personal and professional issues throughout her life including addiction and financial troubles. She passed away, already an icon, in 1969 at the age of 47.
2. Emma Stone

Answer: Emily

Winner of the Best Actress Oscar for both "La La Land" and "Poor Things", Emma Stone rose up through Hollywood in the 2000s and 2010s, becoming one of the most influential stars of a generation. Born in Arizona as Emily Jean Stone, her early comedic roles in "Superbad" and "Zombieland" paved the way to blockbuster superhero movies (like "The Amazing Spider-Man"), Best Picture winners (like "Birdman or " The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance"), and critically-renowned art cinema.
3. Lauren Bacall

Answer: Betty

Born Betty Joan Perske, Bacall was amongst the great American actresses in classic cinema, known for her distinctive voice and sultry looks. A leading lady in Hollywood during the 1940s and 1950s, she counted "The Big Sleep", "The Mirror Has Two Faces", and "The Shootist" amongst her films. Though nominated for all the awards of the EGOT, she only claimed the Tony (twice) and an Oscar for her lifetime achievement.

She passed away in 2014.
4. Lana Del Rey

Answer: Elizabeth

Elizabeth Woolridge Grant, using the stage name Lana Del Rey, first started releasing albums in 2010, quickly establishing herself as a unique sound in the music industry, bringing forth a sultry and melancholic quality that few would be able to replicate in the decades to follow. Critiquing tragic romance and different decades of Americana across her discography, Del Rey has been a repeated Grammy nominee in both the pop and alternative genres for albums like "Paradise", "Lust for Life", and "Did You Know That There's a Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd".
5. Rihanna

Answer: Robyn

One of the best-selling female pop artists of all time, Rihanna, born in Barbados as Robyn Rihanna Fenty, started releasing records in the latter half of the 2000s, infusing dance, pop, and R&B for radio-ready tracks like "Umbrella", "S&M", and "We Found Love".

A multiple Grammy winner, an Oscar nominee (for best Original Song), and a Super Bowl halftime performer, she's also dabbled in acting (winning a Razzie, on one occasion), fashion, and philanthropic work.
6. Reese Witherspoon

Answer: Laura

Laura Jeanne Reese Witherspoon, who got her start in film in the 1990s, became a household name over the decades, not only continuing success in the acting sphere (winning an Oscar in 2005 for "Walk the Line"), but becoming a film producer and a book club leader.

Her production company, Hello Sunshine, has been a key proponent of some of TV and movie's most talked-about adaptations including "Gone Girl", "Big Little Lies", and "Daisy Jones & the Six".
7. Dakota Fanning

Answer: Hannah

Starting her acting career as a child, Dakota Fanning was featured in some of Hollywood's biggest blockbusters in the 2000s though 'Dakota' is her middle name (she was born Hannah Dakota Fanning). Dakota was featured in many films in her youth, often as a child in danger (thinking of "War of the Worlds", "Man on Fire", and "Coraline" but she eventually took darker roles (Jane in the "Twilight" series) and leads, like in the the TNT drama "The Alienist".

Her sister, Elle, is also a famous actress.
8. Miley Cyrus

Answer: Destiny

Born Destiny Hope Cyrus, Miley's father (singer Billy Ray Cyrus of "Achy Breaky Heart" fame) nicknamed her Miley as a shorter version of 'Smiley'. A child star from the Disney Channel show "Hannah Montana", Cyrus transitioned from her early career into a massively successful adult music career (though not without some bumps along the way). Cyrus continued to release chart-topping albums, win Grammy Awards, act as a judge on "The Voice" (in the U.S.), and act in dramatic roles (like on "Black Mirror") well past her Disney days.
9. Helen Mirren

Answer: Ilyena

The winner of an Oscar (for "The Queen"), Emmy Awards (for "Prime Suspect"), and a Tony (for "The Audience"), Helen Mirren has long been celebrated as a standout British actress, having worked in film, TV, and theatre since 1965. Born Ilyena Lydia Vasilievna Mironov, the daughter of a Russian diplomat, she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company in the mid-'60s and performed in Aldwych Theatre in London's West End a decade later.

She has also, notably, portrayed both Queen Elizabeth and Queen Elizabeth II on screen.
10. Shania Twain

Answer: Eileen

Eilleen Regina Edwards changed her name to Shania Twain when she started releasing albums in the 1990s and her success, then, propelled her to household name status when she managed to become one of the top crossover artists at the turn of the century. Becoming the foremost earner in the country pop genre, she eventually became a Vegas residency regular. By that point, though, she'd won handfuls of Juno Awards in her native Canada and five Grammy Awards (from eighteen nominations).
Source: Author kyleisalive

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