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Trivia Quiz - Kirk Douglas: American Screen Legend

What do you know about the personal life of actor Kirk Douglas?

Quiz Number: 3390
Date Submitted: May 12, 2010
Quiz Categories: Movie Stars
Quiz Type: Personality Quiz
Author: bill
Average Score: 35.8 percent
Times Taken: 59 times
Taken by Registered Users: 7
Quiz is about: Kirk Douglas

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1. Kirk Douglas claimed that he had at least how many jobs before becoming an actor?
  A.   10
  B.   20
  C.   30
  D.   40

2. Kirk Douglas is a graduate of what acting school?
  A.   UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
  B.   Carnegie Mellon School of Drama
  C.   American Academy of Dramatic Arts
  D.   American Conservatory Theater

3. In what branch of the military was Kirk Douglas enlisted?
  A.   Army
  B.   Navy
  C.   Air Force
  D.   Marines

4. Who was Kirk Douglas' first wife?
  A.   Anne Buydens
  B.   Nancy Davis
  C.   Diana Dill
  D.   Barbara Stanwyck

5. In 2005, Kirk Douglas had joint replacement surgery. What joint was it?
  A.   knee
  B.   hip
  C.   ankle
  D.   elbow

6. Douglas gave up his two-to-three-pack-a-day cigarette habit in 1950 after someone close to him died from lung cancer. Who was it?
  A.   his father
  B.   his mother
  C.   his grandfather
  D.   his grandmother

7. Who was Kirk Douglas' second wife?
  A.   Anne Buydens
  B.   Elizabeth Taylor
  C.   Diana Dill
  D.   Lauren Bacall

8. What president was Kirk Douglas' idol?
  A.   Ronald Reagan
  B.   Jimmy Carter
  C.   Franklin D. Roosevelt
  D.   Harry Truman

9. In February 1991, Kirk Douglas was in an accident in which two people were killed. What type of accident was it?
  A.   plane crash
  B.   car crash
  C.   helicopter crash
  D.   train crash

10. According to Kirk Douglas, he made a living acting in roles that he described as:
  A.   "sons of bitches"
  B.   "bastards"
  C.   "cowboys and criminals"
  D.   "rascals"®    Introduction    Privacy Policy    Conditions of Use    

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