Pop Culture Trivia Questions #68Pop Culture Trivia Quiz
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Which well-known American rock star would you associate with the "E Street Band"?
a. Bob Dylan
b. Tom Petty
c. Neil Young
d. Bruce Springsteen
Bruce Springsteen - The E Street Band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.
Sportsman Yogi Berra is most associated with which sport?
a. Car Racing
Baseball - The Yankees retired Berra's uniform number 8 in 1972.
Which music artist had a number one hit single with the song "Hot Stuff" in 1978?
a. Whitney Houston
b. Aretha Franklin
c. Ella Fitzgerald
d. Donna Summer
Donna Summer - Released in April of 1979, Hot Stuff is from the album Bad Girls.
Zoe Wannamaker plays the role of which character in the Harry Potter movies?
b. Albus Dumbledore
c. Minerva McGonagall
d. Rolanda Hooch
Rolanda Hooch - Rolanna is Hogwart's Quidditch referee.
Hosted by Brooke Burns, how many contestants were featured on the American television quiz show "The Chase"?
4 - The Chase aired for two seasons from August 6, 2013 to December 11, 2015.
Selling over one million records worldwide as a solo artist, American singer-songwriter Joey McIntyre was the youngest member of which 1990s boyband?
b. Kriss Kross
c. Backstreet Boys
d. New Kids On The Block
New Kids On The Block - New Kids On The Block received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2014.
Featuring the hit song "You Oughta Know," Alanis Morissette's album "Jagged Little Pill" won the Grammy for Best Album in which year?
1995 - Jagged Little Pill sold over 33 million copies worldwide.
At the young age of 63, which actor returned to the boxing ring for a professional exhibition bout in 2014?
b. Arnold Schwarzenegger
c. Sylvester Stallone
d. Mickey Rourke
Mickey Rourke - It was Rourke's first boxing match in over 20 years.
Which of these films was the earliest to win an Academy Award for Best Picture?
c. A Man For All Seasons
d. In the Heat of the Night
A Man For All Seasons - The film won six Academy Awards including Best Picture in 1966.
Which of the following characters is not one of "The Three Musketeers"?
Deimos - The Three Musketeers is an 1844 novel by Alexandre Dumas and Auguste Maquet.
The 1996 Olympic Games were hosted by which American city?
a. Las Vegas
b. New York
d. St Louis
Atlanta - A record 197 nations took part in the Summer Games.
Beginning his career in the 1980s, American rapper Tracy Marrow is better known as whom?
b. Ice T
c. DR Dre
d. Jay Z
Ice T - Starting in the year 2000, Marrow has portrayed NYPD Detective Odafin Tutuola on the TV police drama Law and Order - Special Victims Unit.
Which English Comedian published the non-fiction book "Revolution" in 2014?
a. Jonathan Ross
b. Graham Norton
c. Terry Wogan
d. Russell Brand
Russell Brand - In the book, Russell advocates for a non-violent social revolution.
In which sport was Cuba the Olympic champions of in 1992, 2000 and 2004?
c. Ice Hockey
Baseball - Cuba first participated at the Olympic Games in the year 1900.
Who played the role of James Bond in the 1987 film "The Living Daylights"?
a. Timothy Dalton
b. George Lazenby
c. Roger Moore
d. Pierce Brosnan
Timothy Dalton - The Living Daylights was the fifteenth release in the James Bond movie series.
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