Quiz about Kim Park and Lee
Quiz about Kim Park and Lee

Kim, Park and Lee Trivia Quiz


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Author
cardsfan_027
Time
3 mins
Type
Match Quiz
Quiz #
409,594
Updated
Jul 05 22
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Very Easy
Avg Score
9 / 10
Plays
313
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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. NASCAR, Pennzoil, No. 1  
Lee Trevino
2. Dictator, "Dear Leader," Korea  
Kim Philby
3. Pitcher, MLB, Dodgers  
Steve Park
4. Actress, Alec Baldwin, Batman  
Chan Ho Park
5. "Supermex", PGA Tour, Happy Gilmore  
Kim Jong-Il
6. Marine, Depository, Ruby  
Kim Kardashian
7. Steve Austin, Farrah, "The Fall Guy"  
Lee Majors
8. Confederacy, General, Traveller   
Robert E. Lee
9. Socialite, Caitlyn, Kanye  
Kim Basinger
10. Double Agent, MI6, Russia  
Lee Harvey Oswald






Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. NASCAR, Pennzoil, No. 1

Answer: Steve Park

Park raced in the NASCAR Cup Series full time from 1998 to 2003, and mainly drove a Chevrolet sponsored by Pennzoil. His car number was 1. He won two races in the Cup Series, 3 victories in the Xfinity Series (which was known as the Busch Series during his time), and won one race in the Truck Series.
2. Dictator, "Dear Leader," Korea

Answer: Kim Jong-Il

Kim Jong-Il was the supreme leader of North Korea from 1994 until his death in 2011. He succeeded his father, Kim Il-sung, who founded North Korea and had ruled since 1948. Jong-Il died of a heart attack in 2011 and was succeeded by his son, Kim Jong-un. Kim Jong-Il was known by the North Korean people as "Dear Leader."
3. Pitcher, MLB, Dodgers

Answer: Chan Ho Park

Chan Ho Park was born in South Korea and pitched in the Major Leagues from 1994-2010, and played his first 8 seasons with the Los Angeles Dodgers earning an all star appearance in 2001. He finished up his career with the Pittsburgh Pirates. He had a career record of 124-98 with a 4.36 ERA and 1715 strikeouts.
4. Actress, Alec Baldwin, Batman

Answer: Kim Basinger

Born in Athens, Georgia, in 1953, Kim Basinger worked as a model before turning to acting. She has many noted film credits including playing Vicki Vale in the 1989 Tim Burton film, "Batman," and Lynn Bracken in "L.A. Confidential." She married actor Alec Baldwin in 1993 and divorced him in 2002. They acted together in the 1994 film, "The Getaway."
5. "Supermex", PGA Tour, Happy Gilmore

Answer: Lee Trevino

Lee Trevino was born in Texas in 1939 and is of Mexican ancestry, thus leading to his nickname "Supermex." During his time on the PGA Tour, he won 6 major championships and 29 career tour events. He is a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, and also appeared as himself in the 1996 Adam Sandler golf comedy movie, "Happy Gilmore."
6. Marine, Depository, Ruby

Answer: Lee Harvey Oswald

Lee Harvey Oswald, infamously known as the assassin of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, served in the United State Marine Corps from 1956-1959. On the day of November 22, 1963, Kennedy was traveling in a open-top convertible in Dallas, Texas and was hit with multiple bullets which were fired by Oswald on the 6th floor of the Texas School Book Depository. Kennedy was rushed to Parkland Memorial Hospital where he was pronounced dead. Two days later, nearby nightclub owner Jack Ruby waited for Oswald to be moved from the headquarters of the Dallas Police Department and shot him with a pistol, killing him.
7. Steve Austin, Farrah, "The Fall Guy"

Answer: Lee Majors

Lee Majors was born in 1939, and is a famous American actor. Not to be confused with Stone Cold Steve Austin, Majors played a former astronaut, Colonel Steve Austin on the sci-fi television series, "The Six Million Dollar Man," which ran from 1974-1978.

He married "Charlie's Angels" star, Farrah Fawcett, in 1973 but they divorced in 1982. Majors had another hit tv series with "The Fall Guy" that premiered in 1981, where he played the main role as Colt Seavers, who was a stunt man during who moonlights as a bounty hunter.
8. Confederacy, General, Traveller

Answer: Robert E. Lee

Robert E. Lee served in the United States Army from 1929 until 1961, when he left to become the General in Chief and commander of the Confederate States Army, in allegiance to his home state of Virginia, who had aligned with the South. His favorite horse was known as Traveller, an American Saddlebred, who Lee rode during several battles. Traveller has been depicted in various statues with Lee, and has also appeared on U.S. postage stamps.
9. Socialite, Caitlyn, Kanye

Answer: Kim Kardashian

Kim Kardashian is an American socialite, sometimes known as being "famous for being famous," meaning she has achieved a level of fame despite not having a discernible talent or skill meriting fame. Her father, Robert Kardashian was one of the lawyers who represented O.J. Simpson during his murder trial in 1995.

She was also the step daughter of Bruce Jenner, who later became known as Caitlyn Jenner after gender transitioning. Jenner was an Olympic gold medalist in the 1976 Summer Olympics. Kim Kardashian married rapper Kanye West in 2014, but they divorced in 2022.
10. Double Agent, MI6, Russia

Answer: Kim Philby

Harold Adrian Russell Philby, better known as Kim Philby, was a British agent who worked for the Secret Intelligence Service, or MI6, from 1940 until his resignation in 1951 after he was accused of supplying information to the Soviets. A few years later in 1955, Philby was cleared of these charges and he returned to the MI6.

He fled to Moscow, and stayed in Russia until his death in 1988. He was known as a member of the Cambridge Five, which was a group of five British agents who had leaked secret information to the Soviets during World War II and the Cold War. Additionally, musician Rory Gallagher wrote a song called "Philby" on his 1979 album, "Top Priority," about the man himself.
Source: Author cardsfan_027

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