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Easy Famous People Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers For Seniors

Easy fun trivia quiz questions with answers about people.

 

Easy Famous People Trivia Quiz Questions With Answers For Seniors

What is the birthday of Mario Andretti, who only has a real birthday every four years?
A: 29th Feb.

Diana, Princess of Wales, led the campaign against the use of which explosive devices?
A: Land Mines.

In which Olympics did Flo Jo win the 100 and 200 meters?
A: Seoul 1988.

Who was Addicted to Love in the 80s?
A: Robert Palmer.

Who was South Africa's first black president?
A: Nelson Mandela.

What nickname was given to basketball's Wilt Chamberlain?
A: The Stilt.

Che Guevara was a revolutionary from which South American country?
A: Argentina.

 

Which president said, "If Lincoln were alive today, he'd roll over in his grave"?
A: Gerald Ford.

Mayor Barry, who was arrested in 1990 was mayor of which city?
A: Washington.

Who had a 70s No 1 with The Most Beautiful Girl?
A: Charlie Rich.

On which press baron was Citizen Kane based?
A: William Randolph Hearst.

Who was the youngest Wimbledon women's tennis champion of the 20th century?
A: Martina Hingis.

James brown was called the Godfather of what?
A: Soul.

What was the last name of Ferdinand and Imelda, leaders of the Philippines?
A: Marcos.

 

Which US President George was the US's youngest ever pilot in WWII?
A: Bush.

Who had 90s hits with Nobody and Twisted?
A: Keith Sweat.

Which Evelyn won Olympic gold on the athletics track?
A: Ashford.

In which decade of the 20th century was the first world Series in baseball played?
A: First decade (1903).

Which musical was based on Wild West star Annie Oakley?
A: Annie Get Your Gun.

Bob Hawke and Paul Keating were prime ministers of which country?
A: Australia.

What nationality was Brian Keenan, held hostage with John McCarthy?
A: Irish.

 

Who had 70s hits singing with Tenille?
A: Captain.

Which former actor and US President received an honorary British Knighthood?
A: Ronald Reagan.

Which Jackie was the first regular black baseball player in a top team?
A: Robinson.

In 1978 which future president became the youngest state governor for 40 years?
A: Bill Clinton.

Idi Amin became president of which country?
A: Uganda.

Pol Pot led the Khmer Rouge on which continent?
A: Asia.

Who was the Gary who sang with the Union Gap?
A: Puckett.

 

Robert Polhill was released in 1990 as a hostage in which country?
A: Lebanon.

Which tennis player had a father named Peter who was jailed for tax irregularities?
A: Steffi Graf.

How is rock and roller Charles Berry better known?
A: Chuck Berry.

What is Bill Clinton's next first name after William?
A: Jefferson.

Which American leader did Lee Harvey Oswald assassinate?
A: John F Kennedy.

Who created the character Ziggy Stardust?
A: David Bowie.

Who announced the invention of the electric battery in 1902?
A: Thomas Edison.

 

Which British runner became the oldest ever Olympic 100m winner?
A; Linford Christie.

Which actor Kenneth was Emma Thompson's first husband?
A: Branagh.

In the 90s Silvio Berlusconi won the general election in which country?
A: Italy.

Archbishop Desmond Tutu fought for civil rights in which country?
A:  South Africa.

Who has been both Bad and Dangerous?
A: Michael Jackson.

What was the name of Nelson Mandela's wife when he was released from prison?
A: Winnie.

What type of attack caused Arthur Ashe to give up tennis?
A: Heart attack.

Cecil B De Mille found fame in which industry?
A: Movie.

Who was the longest serving US President of the 1950s?
A: Dwight D Eisenhower.