Organising a Quiz Night ?

Quiz Night Chief is a software application that can save you hours of hassle and help you deliver a top notch quiz night!

  • Over 5000 questions
  • Automatically generate Answer Sheets and MC Script
  • Fullscreen Slide Show presentation
  • Fullscreen leader board / ladder / standing included
  • Easy Scoring
  • Generate Reports on each teams performance

Quiz nights are lots of fun and they can raise a lot of money but they can be a pain to organise. You need questions, answer sheets, a script for the MC, a way to score, a way to present the leader board and more...

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Below are Who Am I questions about British Actors and Actresses.
Please use them in your Quiz or Trivia Nights free of charge.

I was born on the 18th of July 1949.

I was born in Western Australia.

I am a former sportsman.

I made my first class debut for Western Australia in 1969-70.

I toured New Zealand with Australia's second team.

I was successful in an ashes tour in England in 1972.

I took 31 wickets in my debut.

I toured England in 1975.

I did television commentary on a tour.

I was a leading bowler in the World Series Cup for my second successive season.

I was granted testimonial for 1981-82.

During a brief tour of Sri Lanka in 1983, I took three wickets at Kandy in an inaugural Test.

In 1982, I suffered a serious knee injury in the first Ashes Test.

I announced my retirement along with Greg Chappell.

In 2008, I was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

I am known for my quick bowling.

Stress fractures in my back almost ended my career.

I was popular with fans.

I had a fiery, 'never say die' attitude.

I am a former Australian cricketer

My middle name is Keith.

My first name begins with D.

My second name starts with L.

My second name is Lillee.

Who am I?

Dennis Lillee

I was born on the 1st of December 1959 in Queensland.

My father is called Jimmy.

My mother was a Queensland representative netball player.

I am a sportsman.

I started playing this sport at the age of 6.

I represented my school union, touring Europe and Japan.

I am also a commentator for this sport.

I represented Queensland in thirty-one State of Origin games from 1980-1991.

I also represented Australia in thirty-three international matches.

I have played for English First Division side Wakefield Trinity for a short spell.

In 1984, I was made national captain for the first time.

In 1987 I was honoured as a member of the Order of Australia for this sport.

In 1991, I joined the Gold Coast Seagulls as captain.

I have a record eight, man of the match awards.

I was inducted into the Australian Rugby League Hall in 1999.

In 2000 I was awarded the Australian Sports Medal for my contribution.

I was named one of Australia’s greatest players in 2008.

I am remembered for my creative, playmaking football and great on field confrontations.

I have appeared in numerous advertisements during and after my career.

I am nicknamed The King.

My biography is called Out of Shadows: A champion’s Return to the Spotlight.

My first name begins with W.

My second name begins with L.

Who am I?

Wally Lewis

I was born on the 30th of July 1966 in Ipswich, Queensland.

I grew up playing a sport at Ipswich’s Northern Surburbs Tigers alongside my brothers.

I was coached at Ipswich Jets in my early days.

I became a key player at the age of 18 for Brisbane Rugby League premiership.

I was named Broncos player of the year at the end of the 1988 NSWRL season.

I suffered a broken leg in 1989.

I recovered to go on the Kangaroo Tour.

I became captain of Broncos in 1992.

I played for Australia’s Rugby League World Cup.

In the 1993 NSWRL season, I played halfback for defending premiers Brisbane.

In 1995, I lost my representative position along with other high profile players.

I announced my retirement in the 1999 season.

I came out of retirement to play in the English Super League competition.

In 1998 I was appointed national team captain.

In 1992, I won Clive Churchill Medal and Rothmans Medal.

In 2000, I was honoured a Member of the Order of Australia, for service to Rugby League football.

In 2010 I was charged for an offence.

I work as an assistant coach for the Australian national team and Brisbane Broncos.

I am also known as Alfie.

Who am I?

Allan Langer

I was born on the 2nd of March 1974 in Brisbane.

I am now retired.

I am 5’7”

I won a bronze medal at the age of 15.

I have won gold medals in the Commonwealth Games.

In the 1991 Championships in Perth, I won gold in 200m freestyle

For the rest of my career I focused on the 800m freestyle.

I won silver medal in 1992 summer Olympics.

I have competed in three Olympics.

I am the Australian 5km and 10km open water champion.

I married my childhood sweetheart in 1997.

I planned to qualify for the 10km open water event at the Summer Olympics, but this event was removed from the competition.

I started the first swimming centre based in a major shopping centre in Australia.

I replaced Ajay Rochester in a T.V show.

I am currently a host on the Biggest Loser Australia.

I own a well known Brisbane gift and homeware store.

My first business book is called Dream Believe Create.

I have two sons Jacob and Kai.

My middle name is Jane.

My first name begins with H.

My second name has 5 letters.

My second name starts with L.

Who am I?

Hayley Lewis