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Let Me C ... Another C Trivia Quiz


Match each person, whose first and last names both began with the letter "C", to what are unique characteristics of each.

A matching quiz by cowboybluedog. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Time
4 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
410,084
Updated
Aug 26 22
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Very Easy
Avg Score
10 / 10
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Awards
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Mobile instructions: Press on an answer on the right. Then, press on the gray box it matches on the left.
(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.
QuestionsChoices
1. Broadway's first "Hello, Dolly" (1964); Lifetime Tony Award Winner (1995)  
Carol Channing
2. Dedicated his life's work to improve working and living conditions of the American farmer  
Carlene Carter
3. Birth name was Ernest Evans; his mega-hit song became a dance sensation in the 1960s  
Cindy Crawford
4. Cast member, first season "Saturday Night Live"; starred in the movies "Seems Like Old Times", "Fletch" and "Spies Like Us"  
Cris Collinsworth
5. Journalist known for investigative and high profile interviews; married talk show host, Maury Povich in 1984  
Cesar Chavez
6. Born into country music "royalty" in the 1950s; singer-songwriter; provided the voice of Red in "Red & Ted's Road Show" (pinball game)  
Chubby Checker
7. Professional (American) football player; sports media broadcaster, announcer, analyst  
Connie Chung
8. Television credits include: "Family Ties", "Friends", "Cougar Town"; movies include: "Scream" (series), "Barnyard", "Bedtime Stories"  
Chevy Chase
9. Super-model; personal "brand" included ventures into beauty, fashion, fitness and home furnishings; released a coffee table book memorable images  
Charlotte Church
10. Welsh singer-songwriter, actress, television personality, political activist; sold more than ten million records (worldwide) before the age of 21  
Courteney Cox






Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Broadway's first "Hello, Dolly" (1964); Lifetime Tony Award Winner (1995)

Answer: Carol Channing

Carol Channing was born in Seattle, Washington (USA), in 1921. Her talent, expressiveness, and endurance gave her long and much appreciated career on stage and in film. She revived her role of "Dolly" (on Broadway) several times through the decades - including her last one in that role when she was almost 75 years old. Carol died in 2019; she was 97.
2. Dedicated his life's work to improve working and living conditions of the American farmer

Answer: Cesar Chavez

Cesar Chavez was born in Arizona (USA) in 1927 of Mexican-American descent. Although Chavez was most passionate about the much needed changes for the American farmers, he pointed to peaceful, yet effective, historical leaders like St. Francis of Assisi and Mahatma Gandhi as his inspiration.

In his various causes he was supported by his wife, Helen Fabela Chavez. Helen dedicated her own life to those improvements and felt it her obligation to be an example for other activists, particularly women and those of Hispanic heritage.
3. Birth name was Ernest Evans; his mega-hit song became a dance sensation in the 1960s

Answer: Chubby Checker

He was born in South Carolina in 1941, but was raised in the projects of South Philadelphia (USA). At a very early age Evans would sing and dance and imitate popular entertainers. It was his impersonations of other well known personalities that caught the attention of Philadelphia's master of American Bandstand, Dick Clark. Sources give accounts of Dick Clark's wife being the source of Evans name change to Chubby Checker - and, it was not an intentional suggestion.
4. Cast member, first season "Saturday Night Live"; starred in the movies "Seems Like Old Times", "Fletch" and "Spies Like Us"

Answer: Chevy Chase

Cornelius Crane "Chevy" Chase was born in New York City (USA) in 1943, the son of well-to-do parents (both) from prominent families. Much has been recorded about Chevy's troubles with substance abuse and clashes with co-workers, but his comedic talent was not to be denied. Chevy was said to have had the rare skill of "perfect pitch" (the ability to identify and sing or play a pitch without a reference note); also, he played several musical instruments.
5. Journalist known for investigative and high profile interviews; married talk show host, Maury Povich in 1984

Answer: Connie Chung

Connie Chung's parents emigrated to the Washington, D.C. area of the U.S.A. from China before Connie was born; she was the youngest of their ten children. In June of 1993, when Connie Chung sat in the co-anchor chair of the "CBS Evening News" she was the first woman to do so for CBS and only the second woman to co-anchor a major network's weekday evening news broadcast. During her career she was a reporter and/or anchor for many of the major television networks, in addition to CBS, among those ABC, NBC, CNN, and MSNBC. Among her most noted interviews was the one with NBA (basketball) player Magic Johnson. Chung was the first to interview Johnson when he talked about his HIV-positive status on her show, "Face to Face with Connie Chung" in December, 1991.
6. Born into country music "royalty" in the 1950s; singer-songwriter; provided the voice of Red in "Red & Ted's Road Show" (pinball game)

Answer: Carlene Carter

True, Carlene Carter was a part of the families of some of the best known and most popular of country music artists of the mid-20th century. She was the granddaughter of "Mother" Maybelle Carter, the daughter of June Carter Cash and her first husband, Carl Smith.

When June married the third time, Carlene became the step-daughter of Johnny Cash and step-sister of Rosanne Cash. Carlene achieved success in her own right with single records like "I Fell In Love" and "Every Little Thing". For several years (1979-1990) she was married to English singer-songwriter Nick Lowe.
7. Professional (American) football player; sports media broadcaster, announcer, analyst

Answer: Cris Collinsworth

Cris Collinsworth was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals, during the 1981 NFL Draft, to play in the NFL (National Football League). He spent his entire eight-year NFL career with those Bengals. Collinsworth had a solid career as a player. As a wide receiver he set some records - for his team and for the NFL, he was selected to play in several (NFL) Pro Bowl games, and he had several seasons of more 1,000 yards in receptions.

His affable presence and vast knowledge of sports - particularly (American) football - made him a popular and respected sports broadcaster for many years after his "playing" days ended.
8. Television credits include: "Family Ties", "Friends", "Cougar Town"; movies include: "Scream" (series), "Barnyard", "Bedtime Stories"

Answer: Courteney Cox

Courteney Cox was born in the southern part of the U.S.A. during June of 1964. As a young adult, Cox left college to pursue a modeling and/or acting career. She was fortunate enough to sign with (begin to work for) the prestigious Ford Modeling Agency in New York City.

She took acting classes while modeling and forged a successful career on both television and in film. For many of us, though, her most enviable role was that of "Young Woman" when Courteney Cox was pulled on stage by "The Boss", Bruce Springsteen, during his (1984) video of "Dancing in the Dark".
9. Super-model; personal "brand" included ventures into beauty, fashion, fitness and home furnishings; released a coffee table book memorable images

Answer: Cindy Crawford

By the time she approached her fiftieth birthday, Crawford had modeled professionally for more than thirty years. It was during that time (around 2015) she published what she called a "photographic memoir" titled, "Becoming"; it sold very well. Although Cindy Crawford was featured with several other super-models and celebrities in a 1994 PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) sponsored campaign titled, "I'd Rather Go Naked Than Wear Fur", years later she did an ad campaign/photo shoot for the BlackglamaŽ (mink fur) company.

After that (obvious!) conflict of interest became known an aptly titled article was published about it in a 2004 edition of (UK) "Vogue" (magazine) as: "Fur the Love of Money".
10. Welsh singer-songwriter, actress, television personality, political activist; sold more than ten million records (worldwide) before the age of 21

Answer: Charlotte Church

Charlotte Church was born in February of 1986 - a part of the Millennial Generation. At a very young age she learned to sing in Welsh, Latin, English, Italian, and French. When her debut album, "Voice of an Angel", reached the number one spot on the classical music (UK) charts she became the youngest artist to have that honor. Church released two autobiographies early in the 21st century.

The first of her books was released in 2000; it was titled "Voice of an Angel (My Life So Far)". Seven years later she released another book; it was titled "Keep Smiling". Church has used her fame and notoriety in support of several issues - on both sides of the Atlantic.

She supported Welsh independence for many years; also, she openly expressed her distaste for Donald Trump (as President of the USA) after his 2016 election.
Source: Author cowboybluedog

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