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  Do you know Elmo?   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Can you identify which Elmo matches each description?
Average, 10 Qns, NickMc, Mar 03 24
Mar 03 24
73 plays
  By Georges!   top quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
In this quiz you have ten men, all with George as their given name. Match the George to a small description about them. Good luck!
Very Easy, 10 Qns, kyleisalive, Jun 06 23
Very Easy
kyleisalive editor
Jun 06 23
727 plays
  Come out to the Meadow, Gene   best quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Here's a quiz on some people you may have heard of, named Gene. Just match the clue with the correct name.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, agony, Apr 29 22
Very Easy
agony editor
Apr 29 22
422 plays
  Are You Curious, George?   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Famous Georges
This quiz is all about famous people named George. Can you match the correct George to the terms in which they are associated? I might be a bit curious.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, cardsfan_027, Dec 08 22
Very Easy
cardsfan_027 gold member
Dec 08 22
439 plays
  Fred Who?   top quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
To honor my name, I've compiled this list of famous Freds from different walks of life. Please identify these guys.
Average, 10 Qns, fredsixties, Jun 23 18
Jun 23 18
2351 plays
  People named Edward, Ed, Ted or Eddie   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 15 Qns
The name Edward is derived from the Old English meaning "rich guard". From Edward we have Ed, Ted and Eddie. Can you identify the following Edward, Ed, Ted or Eddie from the clue that is given.
Easier, 15 Qns, zambesi, Oct 13 17
Oct 13 17
959 plays
  Are they Francis, Frank or Frankie?   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Can you identify the correct Francis, Frank or Frankie from the clue that is given.
Very Easy, 10 Qns, zambesi, Nov 07 18
Very Easy
Nov 07 18
834 plays
  George Who?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Some famous Georges. Do you know who they are, based on my description?
Average, 10 Qns, poppersmoke, Jun 07 13
6911 plays
  Elizabeth Who?   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 15 Qns
The questions in this quiz relate to people who bear some form of the name Elizabeth. At least, most of them are people!
Average, 15 Qns, Sallyo, Sep 21 21
Sep 21 21
5445 plays
  Are they a Frederick, Freddie or Fred    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
Can you match the correct Frederick, Freddie or Fred to the clue that is given?
Very Easy, 10 Qns, zambesi, Feb 07 19
Very Easy
Feb 07 19
694 plays
trivia question Quick Question
This royal George was King of England when the American colonies won their independence.

From Quiz "George Who?"

  Amazing Graces   popular trivia quiz  
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
There have been a lot of well known people called 'Grace' or 'Gracie'. Let's see if you can match them with their description. Good luck!
Average, 10 Qns, invinoveritas, Apr 27 22
invinoveritas gold member
Apr 27 22
310 plays
  George without Dragon    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
George is derived from the Greek word for husbandman ("Georgos"). Here we will meet some people with this name.
Easier, 10 Qns, gme24, Apr 27 22
gme24 gold member
Apr 27 22
527 plays
  Say Grace   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
To acknowledge one of my favorite television shows, "Saving Grace" (2007-2010), and to honor my friend Grace, here is a quiz about "Graces".
Average, 10 Qns, Blindlady-27, Jun 14 18
Jun 14 18
650 plays
  Francis and His Famous Friends   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
My name is Francis, and I'm travelling back in time to pay some of my namesakes a visit! See how much you know about these famous people whose names all derive from Francis.
Average, 10 Qns, AlexxSchneider, Nov 12 19
AlexxSchneider gold member
Nov 12 19
299 plays
  Elizabeth Who Too   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This is a quiz about people or things that answer to the name Elizabeth or one of its diminutives. See how many you can identify.
Average, 10 Qns, Sallyo, May 19 13
1904 plays
  Called Elizabeth... Sometimes    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here are 10 famous women who have names like Elizabeth. Some of these women, however, have used other names. Based on these clues, can you say who they really are? Good luck.
Average, 10 Qns, Windswept, Apr 14 15
Windswept gold member
688 plays
  Who am I? GEORGE is the name of the game    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The name George comes from the Greek name Georgios meaning "farmer, earthworker". Can you identify the correct George in ten different categories from the clues that are given.
Tough, 10 Qns, zambesi, Mar 11 17
637 plays
  Edward, the Wealthy Guard   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Edward is a name that has been associated with a number of famous, and infamous, people throughout history. The meaning of Edward is 'wealthy guard', and the first name of my son.
Easier, 10 Qns, Tan72, Sep 14 20
Sep 14 20
675 plays
  Dearest, Loveliest, Elizabeth   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
This quiz is all about a wonderful collection of women called Elizabeth.
Tough, 10 Qns, Plodd, Nov 21 09
735 plays
  Fast, Fabulous and Flammable Florences   great trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Is it possible to write a quiz about famous Florences and not include Miss Nightingale? Sure it is! Try this quiz about 10 memorable Florences.
Average, 10 Qns, Tizzabelle, Feb 10 10
Tizzabelle gold member
666 plays
  Famous Ferdinands   popular trivia quiz  
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Welcome to this quiz about ten famous Ferdinands. Ten?! Yes, although I have included the standard variant Fernando too.
Average, 10 Qns, KentQuizzer, Oct 03 15
KentQuizzer gold member
295 plays
  A Man Called Jean    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Well..ok, ten men to be precise - all named Jean/Gene. Can you work out who from the clues?
Average, 10 Qns, fringe, Apr 27 22
fringe gold member
Apr 27 22
2057 plays
  "Right" Said Fred    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
"Right Said Fred" is an English band who gained fame with the song "I'm Too Sexy". This quiz is about other Freds who said interesting things. (The TV shows in this quiz are American TV.) Can you complete these quotes by some well-known Freds?
Average, 10 Qns, nilknarf710, Aug 02 14
330 plays
  Guys and (Their) Dolls    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
As well as being a slang term for "man" or "person", "Guy" can also be a name. Can you identify these famous Guys through the references to their 'dolls'?
Tough, 10 Qns, suzidunc, Sep 28 17
Sep 28 17
435 plays
  Fancy that, they are all named Frances    
Match Quiz
 10 Qns
By the clue that is given, can you match the correct Frances?
Average, 10 Qns, zambesi, May 07 20
May 07 20
380 plays
  Famous Gordons    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
My dad, Gordon, would have been 95 this year. I've written two other quizzes about people named Gordon and wondered how many other famous 'Gordies' might be out there, either in first, middle or last names, in fact or fiction.
Tough, 10 Qns, woboogie, Mar 21 14
557 plays
  What's in a Name?    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
The name "Giselle" is a popular female first name, a famous 19th century ballet,a supermodel and various authors. What do you know about the name "Giselle"? Good Luck!
Average, 10 Qns, Soozy_Woozy, Oct 31 10
572 plays
  Let George do it!    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
My husband George often hears the words: "Let George do it!" This quiz about some famous Georges and the famous things they did is for my husband and all the other unsung Georges.
Average, 10 Qns, Catamount, Jun 12 12
953 plays
  Famous Fionas    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
My friend Fiona challenged me to name more than three famous Fionas. It was a challenge, but here goes. (Ok, maybe some of them aren't THAT famous...)
Tough, 10 Qns, Elanor, Aug 01 05
542 plays
  A Variety of Edgars    
Multiple Choice
 10 Qns
Here's a tribute (of sorts) to a variety of Edgars.
Tough, 10 Qns, robert362, Jul 03 16
516 plays

First Names E-G Trivia Questions

1. SOCCER: Who is the George who was involved in the court case to improve players freedom of movement between clubs and who also scored the winning goal in a Cup Final?

From Quiz
Who am I? GEORGE is the name of the game

Answer: George Eastham

George Eastham is a former English footballer who was a non-playing member of England's 1966 World Cup-winning squad. He played for Newcastle, Arsenal and Stoke City. In 1963 George took Newcastle to court as they had blocked his move to Arsenal. Although he did not gain financially from the judgement he won his case and was allowed to move to Arsenal. This case became known as "Eastham vs Newcastle United" and resulted in fairer terms for players to move to other clubs. George scored the winning goal of the 1972 League Cup Final when Stoke City beat Chelsea 2-1. George Best (1946-2005) was a Northern Irish professional footballer who had a scintillating career with Manchester United and was voted European Footballer of the Year in 1968. Charlie George is a former English professional footballer who played with a number of English clubs but is best known for scoring the winning goal in extra time in the 1971 FA Cup Final win for Arsenal over Liverpool. George Graham is a former Scottish professional footballer and manager. He played for a number of English clubs and was part of Arsenal's double-winning side of 1970-71.

2. Which Ferdinand was a significant figure in automotive history and founded a famous car company?

From Quiz Famous Ferdinands

Answer: Ferdinand Porsche

Ferdinard Porsche had major achievements with companies such as Mercedes-Benz before founding Porsche. His involvement with the "Volkswagen" and with Nazi military projects was highly controversial. He died in 1951.

3. This Fred is a very famous dancer, who once said, about his talent: "I just put my feet in the air and move them around." Which foot-sure Fred said this?

From Quiz "Right" Said Fred

Answer: Fred Astaire

Fred Astaire's career - on stage and film - lasted over 75 years. He was born Frederick Austerlitz in 1899 - and performed with his sister, Adele, at the age of 7. They performed for many years together, and later Fred performed with other partners. Fred's first movie performance was in 1933, with Joan Crawford in "Dancing Lady". His most famous dance partner was Ginger Rogers.

4. This 'Guy' was an English film director, writer and producer and was married to Madonna from 2000-2008.

From Quiz Guys and (Their) Dolls

Answer: Guy Ritchie

Particularly widely known for his direction of such blockbusters as "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels" and "Sherlock Holmes", Guy Ritchie married the American pop singer Madonna in Dornoch Cathedral in the north of Scotland in 2000. They had one son, Rocco John Ritchie, before adopting Malawian child named David. Following his split with Madonna in 2008, Ritchie later met model Jacqui Ainsley, with whom he has two children.

5. Edward the Black Prince was famous for his ideas of chivalry. Which well-known order did he help to establish?

From Quiz Edward, the Wealthy Guard

Answer: Knights of the Garter

Edward was also known as Edward of Woodstock after his birthplace. He was the father of Richard II of England. He was the first Knight of the Garter (an order formed by his father). The Knights of the Round Table were the companions of the legendary King Arthur. The Military Knights of Windsor were originally known as the 'Poor Knights' and were formed to support the Knights of the Garter.

6. Born Valentine's Day, 1934, this actress played television wife to Mike, mother to Jan, Marcia and Cindy and stepmother to Greg, Peter and Bobby. Who is this famous Florence?

From Quiz Fast, Fabulous and Flammable Florences

Answer: Henderson

Florence Henderson's first Broadway role was in 1952. She is best remembered for her role in "The Brady Bunch" from 1969-74.

7. In 2002, a British Bank of England five pound note was issued with Queen Elizabeth II depicted on the front. Which famous Elizabeth could be found on the reverse of the same note?

From Quiz Dearest, Loveliest, Elizabeth

Answer: Elizabeth Fry

Elizabeth Fry lived from 1780 to 1845. She was an English prison and social reformer who made pioneering history by making the treatment of prisoners more humane. Her interest started when she visited Newgate prison in London. She saw children and women in overcrowded cells, some of which had not even been for trial. She was assisted by Sir William Peel when he became Home Secretary, and several prison reforms were introduced, which included the Gaols Act 1823. Over one thousand people attended her burial when she died of a stroke.

8. Who is "our" first "Elizabeth" on this quiz, a brunette who appeared in the film "National Velvet"?

From Quiz Called Elizabeth... Sometimes

Answer: Elizabeth Taylor

Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor was born in Hampstead, London, England. She has become legendary because of her unusual beauty, an enormous range of acting roles, and her many marriages. She has become famous, among others, for "National Velvet," "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "Butterfield 8," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf." She is famous for saying, "I have a woman's body and a child's emotions." This recognition brings to mind her affection for and friendship with Michael Jackson.

9. This "Grace" starred with her husband in a very popular comedy show when American television was in its infancy. She unfortunately died several years before her husband. Who was she?

From Quiz Say Grace

Answer: Gracie Allen

Recently, I was informed by a quiz taker that George Burns was the "straight man" of this duel, not Gracie. In order to confirm or to deny, I re-did my research and came across this information: "She (Gracie) met George Burns and the two immediately launched a new partnership, with Gracie playing the role of the "straight man" and George delivering the punchlines as the comedian." Passage quoted directly from I hope this takes care of any confusion. Here is my original blurb: Gracie Allen played the "straight man" for years as part of a comedy team with George Burns, her husband. Gracie would set up the jokes and then George would deliver the punch lines. They began working in vaudeville, moved into films and radio, and had their own television show called "The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show", which was also known as "The Burns and Allen Show" (1950-1958). One of the co-stars on the show was Bea Benaderet who played neighbor Blanche Morton. Ms. Benaderet would go on to appear as Pearl in "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1962-1971). Ethel Cecile Rosalie Allen was born in July in either 1885, 1897, 1902 or 1906! Ms. Allen claimed that her birth records were destroyed in the San Francisco earthquake of 1906. However, the earthquake was in April of that year; Ms. Allen was born three months later, in July. She would reply to critics with "Well, it was a BIG earthquake!" Gracie Allen suffered with heart disease most of her life. She died in 1964. George Burns followed her 32 years later.

10. U.S. Politics: This former actor spent eight years as a U.S. Congressman from the state of Iowa. He then made an attempt to "cruise" into the governorship of that state, but lost. Who was this ambitious fellow?

From Quiz Fred Who?

Answer: Fred Grandy

Fred Grandy was an actor who was best known for his character called Gopher in the television series "The Love Boat". While his acting career was going on, he also was interested in politics, a field in which he had interest since a very young age. He had some immediate ties to politics, being a roommate of David Eisenhower during his school years. He was best man as Eisenhower's wedding to Julie Nixon, the daughter of former President Richard Nixon. He also served as a speechwriter for a congressman in his home state of Iowa. In 1986, he ran for Congress in his home state, and won the seat by a scant 3000 votes. He went on to serve four terms in the U.S. House of Representatives before a failed bid for Governor ended his political career. Since then he has become a talk show host on both U.S. television and radio.

11. "Giselle" is the name of a ballet about an innocent maiden who falls in love with a nobleman disguised as a peasant. Who composed the music for this Ballet?

From Quiz What's in a Name?

Answer: Adolphe Adam

Adolphe Adam composed the music for the ballet called "Giselle" in less than a week. He wrote it at night, which is when he wrote most of his works. He believed that "a work is not necessarily imporant because it had taken a long time to achieve".

12. In 2007, who became Prime Minister of Britain?

From Quiz Famous Gordons

Answer: Gordon Brown

Glasgow-born Gordon Brown (b. 1951) became the UK Prime Minister on 27 June 2007. Prior to becoming Prime Minister, Brown served for ten years as Chancellor of the Exechequer under Tony Blair. Gordon Smith-Smythe-Smith is an allusion to "Monty Python's Upper Class Twit of the Year Awards" skit, featuring a contestant named Vivian Smith-Smythe-Smith. Maybe Gordon is Vivian's brother ... The other two names I made up.

13. What famous George wrote "Rhapsody in Blue"?

From Quiz Let George do it!

Answer: Gershwin

This blend of jazz and classical music had its debut on Feb. 12, 1924 at a concert entitled "Experiment in Modern Music". It was a huge success.

14. This American woman, whose real first name was probably Elizabeth, is thought to have murdered two close relatives with an axe. She lived in Massachusetts in the late 19th and early 20th Centuries. By what diminutive is she best known?

From Quiz Elizabeth Who?

Answer: Lizzie

Lizzie Borden's full name is sometimes given as "Elizabeth Andrew Borden" and sometimes as "Lizzie Andrew Borden". She was born in 1860 and died in 1927. In August, 1892, someone murdered Lizzie's father Andrew and stepmother Abby with an axe. Lizzie was arrested and tried, but acquitted for lack of evidence. She is believed to have been guilty, but she remained in the same area until her death.

15. At the time of their promotion, this Elmo was the youngest ever Rear Admiral (in the U.S. Navy).

From Quiz Do you know Elmo?

Answer: Elmo R. "Bud" Zumwalt, Jr

Admiral Zumwalt served in World War II, Vietnam, and on the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Time magazine hailed Admiral Zumwalt as "the Navy's most popular leader since World War II." In 1998 Admiral Zumwalt was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his service to the United States in war and peace.

16. This British actress had many roles on TV in the 1980s and played Pola Ivanova in the Bond film, "A View to a Kill." What is her name?

From Quiz Famous Fionas

Answer: Fiona Fullerton

Fiona Fullerton was actually born in Nigeria.

17. MOVIES: Which George played the character James Bond in a movie?

From Quiz Who am I? GEORGE is the name of the game

Answer: George Lazenby

George Lazenby is an Australian actor and former model, who accepted the role of James Bond without any acting experience at the time. He made just one James Bond movie being the 1969 film "On Her Majesty's Secret Service". He was 29 years of age at the time of the movie and is the only Bond actor to receive Golden Globe recognition for the performance. George Clooney is an American actor and has won Academy Awards for acting and producing. George Hamilton is an American film and television actor. He is well known for his debonair style and his perpetual suntan. George C. Scott (1927-1999) was an American actor, director and producer. He was the first actor who refused to accept the Academy Award for Best Actor for his leading role in the 1970 movie "Patton".

18. Which Ferdinand was assassinated in Sarajevo in 1914, triggering World War One?

From Quiz Famous Ferdinands

Answer: Franz Ferdinand Archduke of Austria

Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his wife Sophie were killed by Gavrilo Princip on 28 June 1914 in Sarajevo. There were many factors that led to World War One, but the assassination of Franz Ferdindad was an explicit trigger. Coincidentally, another Ferdinand - Ferdinand Porsche - had been Franz Ferdinand's chauffeur several years earlier.

19. In English folklore, which 'Guy' has often been portrayed as a rival of Robin Hood for Maid Marian's affections?

From Quiz Guys and (Their) Dolls

Answer: Sir Guy of Gisbourne

The Robin Hood legends have changed drastically many times over the ages. However, even from the earliest ballads and stories, Sir Guy of Gisbourne was portrayed as an enemy of Robin Hood. It appears to have been only in modern versions of the legends, however, that he has been portrayed as Robin Hood's love rival. For example, in the 1938 film "The Adventures of Robin Hood", Prince John is shown to have proposed Sir Guy as Maid Marian's husband, causing a duel between the two suitors. Later, in the BBC's 2006 adaptation of "Robin Hood", Sir Guy was portrayed as one of the Sherriff of Nottingham's men who, although he enforced the cruel rules of the Sherriff, loved Marian so much that he spent a lot of time trying to redeem himself in her eyes.

20. This Edward ruled for 35 years as Edward I of England. He was also known by another name, referring to his unusual height. What was this name?

From Quiz Edward, the Wealthy Guard

Answer: Edward Longshanks

Edward I was also known as the 'Hammer of the Scots' due to his harsh treatment of that country (including the capture of the 'Stone of Destiny' the traditional seat where Scottish kings were crowned). It is estimated that he was over 6 feet 2 inches tall which would have been highly unusual in the time that he lived. He was married to Eleanor of Castile and they had at least 14 children. When Eleanor died, her body was returned to London to be buried. Edward ordered a cross to mark the place where the cortege rested each night on its return to London - these became known as the Eleanor crosses (Charing Cross in London was named after one of these crosses).

21. Florence Welch is the lead singer of an British band. The band's name is "Florence and the ____"?

From Quiz Fast, Fabulous and Flammable Florences

Answer: Machine

Florence and the Machine's first album is called "Lungs". Released in July 2009 it reached number one on the charts in the UK.

22. Elizabeth Taylor is well known as being one of Hollywood's greatest actresses. Her private life did not go unmissed either, especially her multiple marriages. Who was her second husband?

From Quiz Dearest, Loveliest, Elizabeth

Answer: Michael Wilding

Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Wilding were married between 1952 and 1957. They had two sons together, Michael Howard Wilding and Christopher Edward Wilding. Although both famous for acting, they never starred in the same film together. Wilding suffered with epilepsy and he eventually died in 1979 after suffering a fall.

23. Which Elizabeth was the first woman doctor in the United States?

From Quiz Called Elizabeth... Sometimes

Answer: Elizabeth Blackwell

Elizabeth Blackwell, originally born in England, knew her share of family trauma--six of her sisters and two brothers died when she was young. She came from a strong Quaker background which supported the equality of women. When, finally, she applied to medical school in New York, the other students thought it was a prank. She was treated dismissively but persevered to earn her medical degree in 1849. Since she was prevented from practicing in the US, she was advised to go to Paris. There she came down with a major eye infection, had a eye removed and a glass eye implanted. Always a fighter, she co-founded the New York Infirmary for Indigent Women and Children in 1857. She was active in training women to be nurses in the American Civil War. Interestingly, it was in Spain that both her guide on female education guide and her autobiography were published. She died in 1910 following a devastating stroke.

24. Which "Grace" has been in movies with Eddie Murphy, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Roger Moore?

From Quiz Say Grace

Answer: Grace Jones

Grace Jones was born Grace Mendoza on May 19, 1948 in Jamaica. In addition to being an actress, Grace gained fame as a model and a singer. In the late 1970s, she became a "muse" for Andy Warhol who photographed Grace on numerous occasions. Grace portrayed the character of Zula in the movie "Conan the Barbarian" (1984), co-starring with Arnold Schwarzenegger. In 1985, she starred as May Day in the film "A View to A Kill" with Roger Moore. Grace played Helen Strange in the 1992 movie "Boomerang", which also featured Eddie Murphy.

25. Medicine: This famous Canadian Fred received the Nobel Prize for medicine in 1923 for his co-discovery of insulin. Who is this hero of science?

From Quiz Fred Who?

Answer: Frederick Banting

Frederick Banting was a medical scientist and a doctor. Born in Ontario, Canada in 1891, he joined the Canadian Army Medical Corps as a teenager and served during the First World War in France. When the war ended in 1919, Banting returned to Canada and was a medical practitioner at London, Ontario. Banting had become deeply interested in diabetes, and after much research during the early 1920s came up with the insulin that is credited with saving over 16 million lives worldwide. Banting passed away in 1941, but in a survey taken by the Canadian Broadcasting Company (CBC) in 2004, he placed 4th on the list of The Greatest Canadians of All Time.

26. This famous, yet straight talking, chef is also a television personality and entrepreneur. Who is this culinary mastermind with fans on both sides of 'the pond'?

From Quiz Famous Gordons

Answer: Gordon James Ramsay

Scottish-born Gordon James Ramsay, OBE, (b. 1966) owns about 10 London restaurants and a further dozen around the world. His popular UK television series "Ramsey's Kitchen Nightmares", led to Fox's "Hell's Kitchen" and "Kitchen Nightmares". He hosted another BBC show "The F-Word", for which he, himself, says "the 'F' stands for 'Food'!", although he is well known for his liberal use of obscene language! Originally from Toronto, Canada, Chef Jennifer Gordon divides her time between the Scottish borders where she owns a Bed and Breakfast - and Australia. She graduated with honors from the Humber College Chef apprenticeship program and completed her training in Ontario's finest Relais & Chateaux. She has both entered and won prizes in many pastry and chocolate competitions. American Chef Emeril JOHN Lagasse (b. 1959) is, like Gordon Ramsey, a brilliant, well-known chef and entertainer. All I have to add to that is "BAM!" Gordon Benson Ramsey (1926-2006), was a distinguised U.S. foreign service officer, composer and jazz musician.

27. This famous George likes to paint blue dogs.

From Quiz Let George do it!

Answer: George Rodrigue

The blue dog was modeled after his beloved terrier cross Tiffany. After her death blue dogs began to appear in his paintings. Inspired by the legend of loup-garou, the werewolf, he painted a blue dog for a book of Cajun ghost stories, but the figure was not limited to scary images.

28. This fictional George gets into plenty of monkey business. Although he grew up in the jungle, he now lives in an apartment with his friend, a man who always wears a yellow hat.

From Quiz George Who?

Answer: Curious George

Curious George is the lovable little monkey created by H.A. Rey. His friend is never identified by name; only as "the man in the yellow hat". George's antics are told in several wonderful children's books.

29. Her real first names were Elizabeth Ruth, and she was an actress and favourite pin-up girl in the 1940s. Her legs were insured by her movie studio for a million dollars! By what diminutive is she best known?

From Quiz Elizabeth Who?

Answer: Betty

Elizabeth Ruth "Betty" Grable was born in 1916, in St. Louis, Missouri and died in California in 1973. Her movies include "Down Argentine Way" and "How to be Very, Very Popular", and at one point she was the highest paid star in Hollywood. Her legs were certainly worth a great deal, and she was known as "The Girl with the Million Dollar Legs".

30. This Elmo was the original king (or president?) of the jungle, starring in "Tarzan of the Apes" in 1918.

From Quiz Do you know Elmo?

Answer: Elmo Lincoln

Lincoln was not originally cast to play the titular character in "Tarzan of the Apes" but after the original actor, Stellan Windrow was called into active military service, Lincoln was chosen as his replacement. Although the film made him a star, it and its two sequels ("The Romance of Tarzan" in 1918, and "The Adventures of Tarzan" in 1921) were Lincoln's only notable leading film roles. Lincoln died from a heart attack in 1952.

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