Quiz about Thats a Bit Much
Quiz about Thats a Bit Much

That's a Bit Much... Trivia Quiz


We adore our celebrities despite--or in some cases because of--their unusual endowments. Choose the famous celebrity with a bit much of this or that.

A multiple-choice quiz by Godwit. Estimated time: 5 mins.
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Author
Godwit
Time
5 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
361,552
Updated
Jul 09 22
# Qns
15
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Avg Score
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1. This comedian famously stepped into Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show" chair, then loaned it briefly to Conan O'Brien before taking it back. Which funny celebrity is endowed with a bit much chin? Hint

Tom Greens
Minnie Driver
Alfred Hitchcock
Jay Leno

2. This petite singer and actress made full use of her natural endowment with good-natured humor and wit. Which Tennessee lady, who never had to worry that Jolene could take her man, famously carries a bit much bosom? Hint

Salma Hayek
Christina Hendricks
Kate Dennings
Dolly Parton

3. "Dat's my boy dat said dat!" is a famous phrase by this popular pianist and singer. With a nickname like Schnozzola, Jimmy Durante had a bit much what? Hint

Baldness
Nose
Accent
Baritone

4. "Ain't it funny"? This gorgeous and talented Hispanic gal is seemingly as idolized for her "All I Have" gluteus maximus as she is for her talents. Which pop goddess singer and actor is world-famous for a bit much booty? Hint

Beyonce
Jennifer Lopez
Serena Williams
Jane Fonda

5. "Pass the Wine (Sophia Loren)", and get a nose job and lose some weight while you are at it, this aspiring actress was told. She felt "ugly" as a youth, made worse when a journalist wrote that a certain aspect was "the biggest of any movie Queen since Greta Garbo". Sophia Loren moved like sexy silk, despite her bit much of what? Hint

Hands
Knees
Arms
Feet

6. This actor and comedian had crooked and protuberant eyes, used to great effect as Igor in "Young Frankenstein". Which English performer had a bit too much when it came to peepers? Hint

Marty Feldman
Christina Ricci
Bette Davis
Christopher Walken

7. It was 1967 and this young actor must have heard music when director Bob Aldridge suddenly needed a replacement thespian for "The Dirty Dozen". Spotting Donald Sutherland in a group of extras Aldridge called, "You, with the big ____, you do it". A big launch for his career, what did Donald Sutherland have a bit much of? Hint

Nose
Head
Lips
Ears

8. I could ask an aviator or a taxi driver to take me to New York island to see the boxers rage, and if he wasn't already departed, I might catch a glimpse of a king, unless he doesn't live there anymore. Which smiling and much-lauded face raises a bit much when it comes to eyebrows? Hint

Martin Scorsese
Paul Teutul
Groucho Marx
Eugene Levy

9. A "Wall of Sound" freak who was heard to say "The Devil Is in Me" designed an elaborate face for his shows. It wasn't x-ray eyes that made him stand out, but an unusually long tasting muscle. Which superstar from the hard rock group KISS had definitely, seriously a bit much tongue? Hint

Ozzy Osbourne
Gene Simmons
Howard Stern
Sander Gommans

10. Peter Mayhew may not come to mind when you think of this celebrity who flies a "Star Wars" ship. Mayhew was cast as Chewbacca, the furry co-pilot who flies with Harrison Ford, owing to his having a bit much of what? Hint

Height
Feet
Hair
Muscle

11. If I mention Michael Jackson, for instance, you might guess that Valeria Lukyanova, at age 21, had perhaps a bit much plastic surgery. What's unique about Valeria is she carefully designed her surgery so she closely, some say perfectly, resembled what? Hint

Jennifer Aniston
Mattel's Barbie doll
Statue of Liberty
Jennifer Lopez

12. This famous lady could belt out a song, especially her powerful rendition of "God Bless America". Which American alto singer carried her own weight, which she thought might be a bit much? Hint

Kate Smith
Connie Francis
Roseanne Barr
Marie Osmond

13. You surely know this handsome and capable anti-terrorist star from "24", but do you know that his full name is a bit much? Which actor is named ____ William Frederick Dempsey George Rufus ____? Hint

Dennis Haysbert
Carlos Bernard
Kiefer Sutherland
Anil Kapoor

14. This comic actress and singer was actually known as "The Big Mouth", and some say the size of her mouth limited her acting career. But she was much loved by US troops and was often called "the female Bob Hope". Which courageous and funny lady had a bit much in the kisser? Hint

Jennifer Coolidge
Major "Hot Lips" Houlihan
Martha Raye
Amy Winehouse

15. In a more innocent time, a beautiful pin-up girl, actress and dancer had legs so lovely and so essential to her career that Lloyds of London had them insured for a million bucks! Who had "ideal" gams, insured for perhaps a bit much? Hint

Stacy Keibler
Mae Murray
Heidi Klum
Betty Grable


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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. This comedian famously stepped into Johnny Carson's "Tonight Show" chair, then loaned it briefly to Conan O'Brien before taking it back. Which funny celebrity is endowed with a bit much chin?

Answer: Jay Leno

James Douglas Muir "Jay" Leno (1950) is a comedian, television host, actor, writer, voice actor, and producer, who reputedly doesn't smoke, drink or gamble. He took over Johnny Carson's spot on "The Tonight Show" in 1992, upsetting comedian David Letterman. Leno topped the ratings for nearly two decades before a controversy over a contract with Conan O'Brien in 2009. Leno has voiced the comic book superhero The Crimson Chin and wrote "Leading with My Chin". Leno's chin even has its own Facebook page. Jimmy Fallon, slated to take the show in 2014, donned a fake chin.

The prominence is due to a condition called mandibular prognathism, or Habsburg jaw. Though Leno declined the wired-shut jaw that surgery requires, probably to his advantage, in 2012 plastic surgeons reported record requests for a "chinplant".
2. This petite singer and actress made full use of her natural endowment with good-natured humor and wit. Which Tennessee lady, who never had to worry that Jolene could take her man, famously carries a bit much bosom?

Answer: Dolly Parton

Dolly Rebecca Parton (1946) owns one giant voice and a famously generous bosom. She plays a full range of instruments, and is a prolific songwriter, singer, author, record producer, actress and philanthropist. She created theme park Dollywood in Tennessee, as well as Imagination Library, Dixie Stampede and Pirates Voyage.

She grew up "dirt poor" with 11 siblings, appearing at the Grand Ole Opry at age thirteen, where Johnny Cash encouraged her career. She was married to lifelong partner Carl Dean in 1966, and promoted in business by singer Porter Wagoner, with whom she sang many best-selling duets (1967-1975). Dolly's "I Will Always Love You" is about her break with Wagoner. Dolly is known for her self-effacing wit, and once entered and lost a Dolly lookalike contest.

She's godmother to singer Miley Cyrus.
3. "Dat's my boy dat said dat!" is a famous phrase by this popular pianist and singer. With a nickname like Schnozzola, Jimmy Durante had a bit much what?

Answer: Nose

James Francis Durante (1893-1980) was a beloved comedian, pianist, singer and actor from the 1920s to the 1970s, and he boasted a hefty nose. He became a jazz pianist when he was just a kid, with a trademark style of breaking up a song with a joke. Durante moved into film, had hit song "Inka Dinka Doo", and first appeared on TV in 1950.

He and comic Danny Thomas were cast on "The Big Show" where they got huge laughs comparing noses. On "The Jimmy Durante Show" in 1955 Brazilian Carmen Miranda danced her last.

She fell while performing, and Jimmy cried, "Stop da music!". Durante was famous for saying, "Good night, Mrs. Calabash, wherever you are". Durante's special voice, big schnozzola, catchphrases and charity works permeate US culture.
4. "Ain't it funny"? This gorgeous and talented Hispanic gal is seemingly as idolized for her "All I Have" gluteus maximus as she is for her talents. Which pop goddess singer and actor is world-famous for a bit much booty?

Answer: Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez, also called J-lo (born 1969), is a US singer, actor, philanthropist and producer. In both film and music Lopez has enjoyed record sales, while succeeding in fashion, accessories, fragrance, TV shows, her own production company and extensive fund raising for charity.

At over 40, she was named "Most Beautiful Woman" by "People" magazine, just one of many awards and achievements. Plastic surgeons have frequently been requested to provide a "J-lo" derriere. Surprise! A Harvard Medical School study showed an extra-size bottom can be healthy, staving off heart disease and diabetes. An ample bottom is a bon, but the REST of you has to be healthy is the study's disappointing addendum. Lopez, curvaceous and fit, certainly meets that criteria.
5. "Pass the Wine (Sophia Loren)", and get a nose job and lose some weight while you are at it, this aspiring actress was told. She felt "ugly" as a youth, made worse when a journalist wrote that a certain aspect was "the biggest of any movie Queen since Greta Garbo". Sophia Loren moved like sexy silk, despite her bit much of what?

Answer: Feet

The young Sofia Villani Scicolone (born 1934), aka Sophia Loren, was told that her feet were much too big. Hollywood said she was awkward, fat and had too large a nose. She refused to make the changes they wanted, and we know the result. At a 2011 tribute director Roberto Benigni said, "You haven't lived until you've seen Sophia Loren walking.

It's like watching all of Italy walking". Loren has perhaps the most famously sensual walk in all of movie history. She won a Best Actress Oscar in 1962 and starred opposite the male greats through the 1990s.

She also declined to marry Cary Grant. Yet she was scarred by the pain of her childhood, where she was illegitimate, called "ugly" and surrounded by war and poverty. Sophia was one of the first celebrities to promote her own perfume. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards wrote a song for her, "Pass the Wine (Sophia Loren)".

She has been called mysterious, humble, and funny.
6. This actor and comedian had crooked and protuberant eyes, used to great effect as Igor in "Young Frankenstein". Which English performer had a bit too much when it came to peepers?

Answer: Marty Feldman

English comedian Marty Feldman (1934-1982) was an actor and writer, familiar to us all as Igor (pronounced eye-gore) with the strangely bulging eyes in "Young Frankenstein". His thyroid condition called Graves Disease protruded his eyes, and a bad operation made them worse. Feldman's skill at writing comedy earned him a place with future Pythons Graham Chapman, Tim Brooke-Taylor and John Cleese, but credit for his work often goes to "Monty Python". Feldman starred in many films and TV shows, including a "Sesame Street" guest appearance where he and Cookie Monster compared their eyes. Feldman was a heavy smoker, drank lots of black coffee and may have died of a heart attack brought on by shellfish poisoning.

He was married to Lauretta Sullivan from 1959 until his death in 1982. Kim Carnes made "Bette Davis Eyes" a top song of 1981.
7. It was 1967 and this young actor must have heard music when director Bob Aldridge suddenly needed a replacement thespian for "The Dirty Dozen". Spotting Donald Sutherland in a group of extras Aldridge called, "You, with the big ____, you do it". A big launch for his career, what did Donald Sutherland have a bit much of?

Answer: Ears

In 1967, director Bob Aldridge noticed Donald Sutherland's giant ears, and thus gave him a speaking role in "The Dirty Dozen", a blockbuster film. Sutherland was born Donald McNichol Sutherland in New Brunswick, Canada in 1935. He studied to become an engineer, but then changed his mind and studied drama in London, England. The dapper Sutherland appeared in over 130 films between 1964 and 2013. He has four sons, all bearing names of directors. Sutherland won numerous awards and did both voice-over and carried the flag for the 2010 Winter Olympics. He has a star on Canada's Walk of Fame.

Ish Kabibble, a comedian and cornet player, was also known for his big ears.
8. I could ask an aviator or a taxi driver to take me to New York island to see the boxers rage, and if he wasn't already departed, I might catch a glimpse of a king, unless he doesn't live there anymore. Which smiling and much-lauded face raises a bit much when it comes to eyebrows?

Answer: Martin Scorsese

Born in New York in 1942, actor, producer and director Martin Scorsese went straight into his calling, achieving status among the greatest directors of all time. His films, often starring Robert De Niro or Leonardo DiCaprio, are gritty and violent, with lots of machismo. "Taxi Driver", "Raging Bull", "Gangs of New York", "Shutter Island", "King of Comedy" and many others won Scorsese awards.

He surprised us with a richly sweet film called "Hugo" in 2011, nominated for eleven Academy Awards. As for his heavy eyebrows, jokes abound: It seems upon trimming his eyebrows, Scorsese lost his strength. Once his eyebrows filed for divorce. Actor Eugene Levy has a famously full set of brows, as did Groucho Marx. Paul Teutul from "American Chopper" has a massive handlebar mustache. Chewbacca of "Star Wars" is pretty hairy all over, but he's a Wookiee.
9. A "Wall of Sound" freak who was heard to say "The Devil Is in Me" designed an elaborate face for his shows. It wasn't x-ray eyes that made him stand out, but an unusually long tasting muscle. Which superstar from the hard rock group KISS had definitely, seriously a bit much tongue?

Answer: Gene Simmons

Gene Simmons is an American singer-songwriter, born Chaim Witz in Israel, 1949. He is a record producer, actor and played bass guitar for the 1970s rock group KISS. Known as "The Demon", he wore elaborate makeup and often stuck out his weirdly long tongue.

There are some claims he had his sublingual frenulum cut, the soft tissue under the tongue, so his tongue would look longer. Despite much controversy, or maybe because of it, KISS was popular from 1974 to the early '80s, and sold millions of hard rock albums. Simmons once claimed that under the makeup, behind that tongue, he's "just a nice Jewish guy".

However, he's made many extreme public comments about war, other celebrities and his former KISS band mates (calling them "a cancer"), which were considered a bit much.
10. Peter Mayhew may not come to mind when you think of this celebrity who flies a "Star Wars" ship. Mayhew was cast as Chewbacca, the furry co-pilot who flies with Harrison Ford, owing to his having a bit much of what?

Answer: Height

Super tall Peter Mayhew played Chewbacca the Wookiee on all four "Star Wars" films. He was chosen for the role in much part for his impressive height. Mayhew (1944) is British born actor who became a US citizen. He jokes that in order to be cast as Chewbacca, "All I had to do was stand up".

He was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award for his uncanny ability to move Chewbacca authentically like an animal. Mayhew also gained some attention for his extra-big feet. Robert Pershing Wadlow of Illinois (1918-1940) is believed to be the tallest person of the 20th century.

In comparison Michael Jordon, Japanese basketball player Yasutaka Okayama, and President Abraham Lincoln were short stuff.
11. If I mention Michael Jackson, for instance, you might guess that Valeria Lukyanova, at age 21, had perhaps a bit much plastic surgery. What's unique about Valeria is she carefully designed her surgery so she closely, some say perfectly, resembled what?

Answer: Mattel's Barbie doll

Ukrainian Valeria Lukyanova (born 1985) enhanced herself so she closely (and eerily) resembled Mattel's Barbie doll. She became a sensation, a "living doll", via a video release about her plastic surgeries, though at times she claimed she had only breast implants and lived on a liquid diet to stay so slender.

She has a B.A. in architecture and has taught at the School of Out-Of-Body Travel. Michael Jackson was believed to have a condition called body dysmorphic disorder or BDD, in which tiny details of a person's body are seen as huge imperfections.

These people often overdo plastic surgery, sometimes with terrible results. Justin Jedlica had some 90 surgeries, in order to look like the doll "Ken". Unfortunately Jedlica (Ken) and Lukyanova (Barbie) reputedly hate each other.
12. This famous lady could belt out a song, especially her powerful rendition of "God Bless America". Which American alto singer carried her own weight, which she thought might be a bit much?

Answer: Kate Smith

Kathryn Elizabeth "Kate" Smith (1907-1986) was an American alto singer best known for her beautiful rendition of Irving Berlin's 1938 revised version of "God Bless America", which became her signature song. Kate had a popular radio variety show where she introduced many greats such as Abbott and Costello (1938).

Then she moved to TV. The Philadelphia Flyers hockey team considered her a lucky charm, as they won 94 games she opened with her song. She was an imposing but elegant figure, and she often talked about herself as "big" saying she sang big, she lived big, and she was big.

Her 1938 autobiography was titled "Living in a Great Big Way". Later in life she suffered terrible effects from diabetes, including brain damage and amputation, dying of it in 1986. Actress Roseanne Barr definitely sang a bit much, purposely and horribly demolishing "The Star-Spangled Banner" at a 1990 San Diego Padres game.
13. You surely know this handsome and capable anti-terrorist star from "24", but do you know that his full name is a bit much? Which actor is named ____ William Frederick Dempsey George Rufus ____?

Answer: Kiefer Sutherland

Kiefer William Frederick Dempsey George Rufus Sutherland (1966) was born with his twin sister in London, England to Canadian actors Donald Sutherland and Shirley Douglas. He became an actor, director and producer, starring in "Stand by Me", "A Few Good Men", "Flatliners", "Phone Booth" and more than sixty others, earning many awards, as well as both a Canadian and a Hollywood star of fame.

He was engaged to Julia Roberts but she famously broke the engagement three days before the wedding, which could explain Julia's "Runaway Bride" movie. "Kiefer" was the name of father Donald Sutherland's first film director, Warren Kiefer. Long names are common in many countries around the world, but in Canada Kiefer William Frederick Dempsey George Rufus Sutherland is a bit much.
14. This comic actress and singer was actually known as "The Big Mouth", and some say the size of her mouth limited her acting career. But she was much loved by US troops and was often called "the female Bob Hope". Which courageous and funny lady had a bit much in the kisser?

Answer: Martha Raye

Martha Raye (1916-1994) was born to vaudeville actors and performed on stage herself at just age three. She appeared with Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Bob Hope and many other big names of her era. Known as "The Big Mouth" because of her wide maw, she received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 1969 for her services to troops in WWII, Korea and Vietnam.

She would often nurse wounded soldiers between her shows, for which she was made an honorary Green Beret. In 1993 she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom for her courage, compassion and devotion while in war zones. Sadly she suffered many personal and health problems.

She also had a fear of flying, was married seven times, and once attempted suicide. She left a big legacy, though, in stage, film, and TV.
15. In a more innocent time, a beautiful pin-up girl, actress and dancer had legs so lovely and so essential to her career that Lloyds of London had them insured for a million bucks! Who had "ideal" gams, insured for perhaps a bit much?

Answer: Betty Grable

Elizabeth Ruth "Betty" Grable (1916-1973) was a US dancer, singer and actress, much admired for a WWII bathing suit photo which became one of Life magazine's "100 Photos that Changed the World". Her legs were considered "ideal" in proportion, and while today famous body parts are often insured, it was big news when Lloyds of London insured Grable's legs. According to Huffingtonpost.com, model Stacy Keibler, supermodel Heidi Klum, Dolly Parton, Holly Madison, and Jennifer Love Hewitt all have insured body parts. Stacy Keibler said getting insurance involves going to a lot of physicals, and, perhaps a bit much, filling out tons of paperwork.
Source: Author Godwit

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