Trivia Questions With Answers!

Easy Seniors Trivia Questions With Answers

Free fun long trivia quiz with answers about random miscellaneous old stuff for seniors


Easy Seniors Trivia Questions With Answers

Who was Prime Minister of the UK throughout the 80s?
A: Margaret Thatcher.

Which star of Grease had a career revival with Pulp Fiction?
A: John Travolta

Which tennis star Pete won the first Grand Slam Cup in 1990?
A: Sampras.

In 1995 O. J. Simpson was cleared of murdering which of his relatives?
A: His wife.

Who is France's most successful motor racing driver of all time?
A: Alain Prost.

Who was in the Top 40 for over a year with You Were Meant For Me?
A: Jewel.

Which US President was born in 1946?
A: Bill Clinton.


Who was known as II Duce?
A: Mussolini.

Where was Leonardo DiCaprio born?
A: Hollywood.

How did US Ambassador Shirley Temple Black earn fame as a  child?
A: Film Star.

Which nickname was given to Boston murderer Albert de Salvo?
A: The Boston Strangler.

Which Larry captained the Dream Team at the Barcelona Olympics?
A: Bird.

Who was the big O?
A: Roy Orbison.

Who was the first black tennis player to win the US Open?
A: Arthur Ash.


Nicholas II was the last person to hold which title in Russia?
A: Tsar.

In which 1998 film did Anderson & Duchovny reprise their TV roles of  Mulder  & Scully?
A: The X Files.

Which Billie's life was immortalized in the movie Lady Sings the Blues?
A: Billie Holiday.

In which US city was Al Capone crime king during the Prohibition?
A: Chicago.

Who was Edson Arantes do Nascimento?
A: Pele.

Who is the Sid of Nancy and Sid notoriety?
A: Sid Vicious.

Which nanny Louise was tried on TV in the US over the death of a baby in her care?
A: Woodward.


Which words did Winston Churchill use to describe the East and West divide in Europe?
A: Iron Curtain.

Who replaced Timothy Dalton as James Bond?
A: Pierce Brosnan.

Brooklyn Beckham is the son of which Spice Girl?
A: Victoria.

Which part of Evander Holyfield did Mike Tyson bite off during a fight?
A: His Ear.

Which boxer took to wearing a monocle?
A: Chris Eubank.

Who was known as The Killer?
A: Jerry Lee-Lewis.

Where was Buddy Holly killed?
A: Iowa.


What did the letter A stand for in Mandela's ANC?
A: African.

Which Tom married Nicole Kidman?
A: Tom Cruise.

In which decade did John Glenn first travel in Space?
A: 1960s.

Who attempted to assassinate Ronald Reagan in 1981?
A: John Hinckley.

What was Dean's first name in the Torvill & Dean skating partnership?
A: Christopher.

Who first hit the Top Ten back in the 60s with Like A Rolling Stone?
A: Bob Dylan.

Where was Glenn Miller flying to when his airplane went missing?
A: Paris.


Haile Selassie ruled in which country?
A: Ethiopia.

Which star of Home Alone was the highest-paid child movie star of the 20th century?
A: Macaulay Culkin.

Which movie mogul was famous for his goldwynisms?
A: Sam Goldwyn.

What was General George Patton's nickname?
A: Old Blood and Guts.

In which country was Greg Rusedski born?
A: Canada.

In 1989, who had her first of manly No 1s with Straight Up?
A: Paula Abdul.

Goldie Hawn was born in which decade of the 20th century?
A: 40s.

Which Pamela married Billy Connolly?
A: Stephenson.

Who referred to drawing "a line in the sand" about the Gulf War?
A: George H. Bush.

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