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Easy Trivia Quiz Questions with Answers For Seniors

Free fun long easy trivia quiz with answers for seniors.

 

Easy Trivia Quiz Questions with Answers For Seniors

What are Hugh Grant's middle names?
A: John Mungo.

What is the postal abbreviation for Oregon?
A: OR.

Calgary International airport is in which country?
A: Canada.

What was Burt Lancaster's profession when he worked in the circus?
A: Acrobat.

Who was the first Wimbledon men's singles tennis champion after World War II?
A: Yvon Petra.

The song Bright Eyes is about what kind of animals?
A: Rabbits.

In which decade of the 20th century was Jack Nicholson born?
A: 30s.

 

What is the last word of Shania Twain's song Man! I Feel Like A Woman!?
A: Woman.

What are the international registration letters of a vehicle from Fiji?
A: FJI.

Which ex-Beatle recorded The Girl is Mine with Michael Jackson?
A: Paul McCartney.

In which year did Bill Hayley's Rock Around the Clock first top the charts?
A: 1955.

How many of his 71 professional fights did Joe Louis win?
A: 68.

In which state was Jack Teagarden born?
A: Texas.

Sitar player Ravi Shankar came from which country?
A: India.

 

How is actress Susan Tomaling better known?
A: Susan Sarandon.

Which Norman was a co-composer of That'll Be The Day?
A: Petty.

Lake Ehternach was the first venue for which world championship?
A: Fly fishing.

Which state is called the sunflower state?
A: Kansas.

In 1900, how much was George Eastman selling his pocket camera for?
A: One Dollar.

What are the international registration letters of a vehicle from Andorra?
A: AND.

In square miles, how big is Lake Erie?
A: 9,9140.

 

What followed All In The ... in the sitcom title?
A: Family.

Which New York Island was declared a National Historic Site in 1964?
A: Ellis Island,

How old was Charlie Watts when he took part in the Rolling Stones 1999 tour?
A: 58.

What was the Bee Gee's last UK No 1 of the 70s?
A: Love You Inside Out.

The world's biggest what was made in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania in April 1998?
A: Banana Split.

How is Carlos Estevez better known?
A: Charlie Sheen.

Who was older, Jimmy or Tommy Dorsey?
A: Jimmy.

 

Which English actress was born on exactly the same day as chess champion Boris Spassky?
A: Vanessa Redgrave.

Which country does the airline Varig come form?
A: Brazil.

Which country "outlaw" sang To All The Girls I've Loved Before with Julio Iglesias?
A: Willie Nelson.

Which aviation pioneer was flying with Frederick Noonan when they disappeared?
A: Amelia Earhart.

Who had a 60s No 1 hit with Moody River?
A: Pat Boone.

Whose albums include Busybody and Give Me The Reason?
A: Luther Vandross.

Which Gene recorded the rock song Be Bop A Lula?
A: Vincent.

 

Who was born first, Sharon Stone or Meg Ryan?
A: Meg Ryan.

Which politician said, "You let a bully come into your front yard, and the next day he'll be on your porch?"
A: Lyndon Johnson.

Who had a 60s No 1 hit with Wooden Heart?
A: Joe Dowell.

In basketball, where do the Mavericks come from?
A: Dallas.

Which musical featured the song I Talk To The Trees?
A: Paint Your Wagon.

Which character did James Cagney play in White Heat?
A: Cody Jarrett.

 

What was the first name of Franklin D Roosevelt's wife and US First Lady?
A: Eleanor.

Who sang the title song for the Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me?
A: Carly Simon.

What was the first film of the actor whose real name was Burton Stephen Lancaster?
A: The Killers.