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Famous Mormons Quiz

Based on the clues, guess these well-known Mormons.
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First submittedMarch 5, 2012
Last updatedMarch 5, 2012
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Presidential candidate of 2008 and 2012
Mitt Romney
LDS founder
Joseph Smith
Led the Mormons to Salt Lake
Brigham Young
At age 17, runner-up on "American Idol"
David Archuleta
1990 Heisman winner
Ty Detmer
"Ender's Game"
Orson Scott Card
7'6 basketball player
Shawn Bradley
Winner of 74 consecutive "Jeopardy!" episodes
Ken Jennings
"Twilight" author
Stephenie Meyer
"The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People"
Stephen R. Covey
Former Fox News provocateur
Glenn Beck
"Napoleon Dynamite"
Jon Heder
Family of singers - they were huge in the early 1970's
The Osmonds
The other Mormon who ran in 2012
Jon Huntsman
Senate majority leader - Nevada democrat
Harry Reid
Heavyweight champ who lost to Gene Tunney in 1926
Jack Dempsey
Utah Senator since 1977
Orrin Hatch
Black Panther who converted in 1983
Eldridge Cleaver
Three words: Diabetes testing supplies
Wilford Brimley
level 20
Oct 4, 2012
Roy Halladay, Phillies pitcher is a non-practicing Mormon.
level 77
Apr 9, 2013
Then, he's not really a Mormon, is he? You can be a non-practicing Jew... but... Mormonism hasn't yet morphed into an ethnicity the way Judaism has.
level 77
Apr 9, 2013
If you had changed "provocateur" into certified lunatic then I think I would have gotten Glenn Beck. Calling him a provocateur feels like you're giving him too much credit. As if he's aware that the things he is saying are completely idiotic and non-nonsensical, and I don't think that's the case.
level 57
Mar 18, 2014
Um, don't you choose to live in Saudi Arabia? Are you really in a position to use those words to describe someone else?
level 82
Jun 4, 2015
I've assumed kalbahamut is male. I don't think living in Saudi Arabia is that bad if you are a male, however, I haven't even been there and I think I won't be going anytime soon.
level 77
Jan 7, 2019
How many 4 year long world-spanning vacations have your high-paying tax-free low-responsibility salaried positions afforded you, lately, Quizzler?
Anyway, yes, Beck is a lunatic and I'm in an excellent position to assess that. And Saudi Arabia would be a scary place to live for those who are closed-minded, afraid of the unfamiliar, or not flexible enough to get by in difficult situations- I've seen plenty of weak-willed people wash out there, maybe you'd be one of them- but I'm none of those things.
level 77
Jan 7, 2019
and is that really the best insult you can come up with for me? I've seen you post it on this site probably a dozen times.
level 44
Apr 5, 2014
as a non-Mormon utahn i did fairly well. fun fact: i know wilford brimley's cousin
level 72
Aug 22, 2018
Shouldn't that be Wilfred Brimlus' cousin?
level 72
May 29, 2014
May need to re-think the word 'famous' in the quiz title. Only five names over 50% success rate.
level 40
Jun 30, 2014
Jabari Parker?
level 79
Feb 8, 2015
A few other possibilities - Merlin Olsen, Eric Weddle. Julianne Hough also is/was mormon. I don't think someone needs to be devout to count, as long as they haven't renounced/changed religions or been excommunicated.
level 73
May 25, 2016
I'm sorry...but you misspelled "Diabeetus"
level 65
Jul 4, 2016
level 70
Sep 18, 2016
Never knew Jack Dempsey was a Mormon.
level 45
Dec 10, 2016
What about Jimmer?!?!?!?!?!?!
level 72
Aug 22, 2018
Orgazmo? Seriously left him off?