Organising a Quiz Night ?

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  • Over 5000 questions
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  • Fullscreen Slide Show presentation
  • Fullscreen leader board / ladder / standing included
  • Easy Scoring
  • Generate Reports on each teams performance

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Below are Who Am I questions about Australian Entertainers.
Please use them in your Quiz or Trivia Nights free of charge.

I was born in January 1943 in Victoria.

I grew up with my grandmothers in Quambatook.

I have two younger brothers.

I went to school with John Williamson.

I was raised in the traditions of the Church of England.

In 1964, I was ejected from a certain tour for being ‘too enthusiastic.’

I started writing for a newspaper in July 1966.

I learnt about the recording process in 1966.

I became involved in a number of artists releases, including a Masters Apprentices’ single.

In 1968, I relocated to London, reporting in Go-Set on The Groop.

That September I became the manager and producer of Morris.

I produced several hits such as Burns’ top ten single ‘Smiley.’

I produced a soundtrack for Godspell.

I signed Peter Andre, Jo Beth Taylor and Indecent Obsession.

I was the presenter on ARIA Music Awards in 1988.

I appeared at the end of a show wearing a cowboy hat in July 1987.

My trademark is a cowboy hat.

I am a popular music critic, journalist, record producer and musical entrepreneur.

I was also the talent co-ordinator, on-air interviewer and music news presenter on the program Countdown.

My nickname is ‘Molly.’

My first name starts with I.

My last name starts with M.

They call me Molly Meldrum.

Who am I?

Ian Molly Meldrum

I was born in July 1938 in Fitzroy.

I was educated at St Joseph’s Marist Brothers Roman Catholic college.

In my early years, I had thoughts of entering the priesthood.

My first radio appearance was as a schoolboy in 1952.

I have made regular appearances on a Saturday morning children’s show.

My television career began at Melbourne’s HSV-7.

I left HSV-7 and went to GTV-9 in early 1959.

I was appointed a Member of the Order of the British Empire in 1979 for my service to the performing arts.

In 12 June 2006, I was made a Member of the Order of Australia.

In 2001 I was awarded the Centenary Medal.

I was the first Melbourne born King of Moomba 1978.

In 2008, I was named Victorian of the Year.

I appeared on channel ten as a host of Good Morning Australia.

I returned to channel nine in early 2006.

On stage I have appeared in the Wizard of Oz.

In 1974, I married Patti McGrath.

I have a son and a daughter.

I am an Australian television personality

I am known for hosting television series such as In Melbourne Tonight.

I have hosted the Logie Awards on numerous occasions.

My first name begins with B.

My second name is the same as the person who discovered gravity.

Who am I?

Bert Newton

I was born on the 7th of April 1964 in New Zealand.

I am the son of Jocelyn and John.

My family moved to Australia when I was 4 years old.

I was educated at the Sydney Boys High School.

When I was 14, me and my family moved back to New Zealand.

My performing career as a musician began in the mid 1980s.

I returned to Australia at the age of 21, intending to apply to the National Institute of Dramatic Art.

My first professional role was given by direction Daniel Abineri.

I have appeared in the TV series Neighbours and Living with the Law.

My success in Australia led to an acting career in American films.

I co-starred with Denzel Washington in Virtuosity.

I went onto become a three time Oscar nominee.

I won the Academy Award as Best Actor in 2001 for Gladiator.

I was awarded the Centenary Medal in 2001 for service to Australian society and Australian film.

I am a supporter of the rugby league football team, South Sydney Rabbitohs.

In the 1980s, I was going under the name of Russ le Roq.

I have a special love for horses.

I own a house in the North Queensland city of Townsville.

I came to international attention for my role as Roman General Maximus Decimus Meridius in a 2000 historical epic film.

My first name begins with R.

My middle name is Ira.

My last name begins with C.

Russell Crowe

I was born on the 7th of October 1975, Northampton, UK.

My parents are Australian.

I was raised in Perth.

I was educated at Christ Church Grammar School.

I started learning to play the piano at the age of 8.

I started writing music with my brother who was a guitarist.

I graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1955 with a BA in English and Theatre.

I describe my act as a funny cabaret show.

In 2000 I wrote and starred in the musical Pop at the Blue Room Theatre in Perth.

I released a CD titled Sit.

One of my shows in 2006 was nominated for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s top prize.

In 2009, one of my beat poems Storm was to be made into a short animated movie.

I have made appearances on Australian TV shows including the BBC’s Never Mind the Buzzcocks.

In 2011, I made my American television debut on Conan.

I have appeared in various stage productions.

I play the role of Tom, in the contemporary family drama, Two Fists, One Heart.

In my performances I typically go barefoot with wild hair and heavy eye makeup.

I am an Australian/British comedian, actor, comedian and musician.

My first name begins with T.

My last name is Minichin.

Tim Minchin

We are a children’s group formed in Sydney.

A member of our group left after our first album.

Our album sold approximately 100,000 copies in 1991.

Our debut performance was at a pre-school in Randwick.

We busked at Circular Quay.

We sold albums, toys, and t-shirts in the back of a trailer.

We maintained a busy recording and touring schedule in the 1990s.

We created the fifth highest grossing Australian film in 1998.

In 1998, Disney arranged for us to perform at Disneyland.

We were discovered by Lyrick Studios.

In 2005, our lead singer/founding member underwent a double hernia operation.

We have always invited children with special needs and their families at our ‘meet and greet’

In 2006, one of our members announced their retirement.

Our signature was a finger wagging move.

We adopted colour-coded shirts.

We gave up our teaching careers to focus on performing full time.

Some of our members were school teachers.

Our original members were Anthony Field, Phillip Wilcher, Murray Cook, Greg Page and Jeff Fatt.

We have franchised our concepts to other countries around the world.

We became the Australian Broadcasting Corporations most successful pre-school television programme.

Our Name begins with W.

Who are we?

The Wiggles