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People with I Initials Quiz

Name the people with these initials.
  • Fictional characters in bold
  • Quiz by Quizmaster - Nov 10, 2017
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Author of "I, Robot"
"White Christmas" composer
Rapper who said
"today was a good day"
Soviet boxer who battled
Rocky Balboa
English actor. Star of "Luther"
and "The Dark Tower"
Creator of James Bond
Indian prime minister,
killed in 1984
R&B singer and voice of Chef
from "South Park"
Russian version of John Doe
Raider of the Lost Ark
18th century German philosopher
1980's Czech tennis great
Filipino first lady and
shoe collector
He was struck by a falling apple
He could make a dog salivate
just by ringing a bell
Catcher known as "Pudge"
"Rite of Spring" composer
Former wife of the Donald
Author of "Trainspotting"
Chief admiral of Japan
during WWII
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level 35
Jan 16, 2014
Agh! Should have known Kant! You Kant believe in hocus-pocus
level 71
May 15, 2014
He was also a real pissant, who was very rarely stable...but that's another story...
level 55
Mar 4, 2018
what a kant
level 67
Feb 2, 2018
It's a shame when you can't get Kant.
level 66
Jul 8, 2014
Carlton Fisk was the original "Pudge." Though Ivan Rodriguez is possibly more famous. And, yes, I know Fisk doesn't have IR initials. I'm just showing my age (and preference for the White Sox over the Rangers). :D
level 79
Sep 5, 2016
I agree, but because of the Red Sox over the Rangers--as of course he was a native New Englander and went into the HOF as a Red Sox catcher.
level 55
Mar 4, 2018
I would have done so much better if I could spell their names!
level 70
Nov 21, 2017
Chisox fans will understandably claim Fisk as their own, but thanks in large part to his famous Game 6 game-winning homerun in the 1975 World Series vs. Cincinnati, most non-partisans think of Fisk primarily as a Red Sox player.

BTW, one of the greatest sports interviews I ever watched was Tim Russert sitting down with possibly the 4 greatest catchers to ever play the game: Yogi Berra, Johnny Bench, Carlton Fisk and Gary Carter. Absolute baseball nirvana for anyone who loves the history of the game.
level 78
Oct 30, 2014
A lot of Ivans.
level 60
Feb 7, 2017
Missed Ivan Awfulich
level 75
Mar 14, 2017
Pretty sure it is Ivan Ivanov, which I believe should be accepted. Or alternatively Ivan Ivanovich Ivanov, according to Wikipedia.
level 57
Apr 26, 2017
Funny thing is, I didn't actually know that one, so I tried a typical Russian name with a typical Russian ending, and... voila!
level ∞
Nov 10, 2017
Ivanov will work now
level 70
Nov 10, 2017
I'd prefer to see Ian McKellen
level 70
Nov 21, 2017
No catchy/witty clue for him, though. Shoe collector for Imelda Marcos, however, is awesome!
level 69
Mar 4, 2018
Really Don? Can't think of a clue for Gandalf or Magneto? Not sure I'd classify most of these clues as being catchy or witty anyway.
level 55
Mar 4, 2018
I was going to ask for the type in of 'Azimov' as it was the correct spelling of his birth name, but thought better of it on discovering that one of his short stories was called 'Spell my name with an 'S''.
level 54
Mar 4, 2018
Re the tennis player....tried several versions Ilie Nastase, cursing.....except he was 1970s and Romanian! Doh!
level 40
Mar 4, 2018
I cannot believe that I missed IDRIS ELBA!!!
level 45
Mar 9, 2018
Moral of the story: Most "I" people are Russians named Ivan.
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