Al Capone Trivia Questions With Answers

Al Capone Trivia quiz about the gangster Al Capone

 

Al Capone Trivia Questions With Answers

Who was Al Capone?
A: Alphonse Gabriel "Al" Capone was an American gangster.

His seven-year reign as a crime boss ended when he was how old?
A: 33 years old.

What was Al Capone's birth name?
A: Alphonse Gabriel Capone.

How many children did Alphonse and Gabriel have?
A: Nine.

Who were Al Capone's parents?
A: Gabriele and Teresa.

What was Al Capone's father's occupation?
A: A Barber.

What did Al's mother do?
A: She was a seamstress.

 

On what date was Al Capone born?
A: January 17, 1899.

Where was Al Capone born?
A: Brooklyn, New York, U.S.

When did Al Capone die?
A: He died on January 25, 1947.

How old was Cal Capone when he died?
A: 48.

What religion was Al Capone?
A: Roman Catholic.

Capone showed promise as a student, but had trouble with the rules at what?
A: His strict parochial Catholic school.

Capone dropped out of school at the age of 14, after being expelled for what?
A: For hitting a female teacher in the face.

 

How many children did Al Capone have?
A: One, Albert Francis "Sonny" Capone.

Al Capone was born in to what?
A:  Italian immigrants.

What did Capone do on December 30, 1918, at age 19?
A:  He married Mae Josephine Coughlin.

Earlier that month, she had given birth to their what?
A: First son, Albert Francis ("Sonny") Capone.

Capone was a Five Points Gang member who became a what?
A: A bouncer in organized crime premises such as brothels.

When Capone was in his early twenties, what city did he moved to?
A: Chicago.

There, he became bodyguard and trusted factotum for whom?
A: Johnny Torrio, head of a criminal syndicate.

 

Torrio illegally supplied alcohol and he was politically protected through what?
A: The Unione Siciliane.

After North Side gunmen almost killed Torrio, what did he do?
A: He retired and moved back to Italy.

Capone took over and expanded the bootlegging business through what?
A: Increasingly violent means.

Capone made donations to various charities and was viewed by many as a what?
A: A "modern-day Robin Hood".

The federal authorities became intent on jailing Capone and prosecuted him for what in 1931?
A: Tax evasion.

Capone was convicted and sentenced to a then-record-breaking what?
A: 11 years in federal prison.

Already showing signs of syphilitic dementia by early in his sentence, he became debilitated and was released after how many years?
A: 8.

On January 25, 1947, Capone died of cardiac arrest after what?
A: Suffering a stroke.