Actors with Alliterative Names

These actors have first and last names that start with the same letter.
Guess the actor - based on the letter, and the movie or TV show they starred in.
For O, the term "actor" is to be taken lightly...
Quiz by theLAYTshow
Last updated: December 14, 2019
First submittedNovember 13, 2012
Times taken5,491
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Movie or TV Show
Alan Alda
The Fabulous Baker Boys
Beau Bridges
The Great Dictator
Charlie Chaplin
Danny DeVito
The Mighty Ducks
Emilio Estevez
Charlie's Angels
Farrah Fawcett
Anna Karenina
Greta Garbo
Helen Hunt
Mad Men
January Jones
Keira Knightley
Movie or TV Show
Mean Girls
Lindsay Lohan
Wayne's World
Mike Myers
Cape Fear
Nick Nolte
Little Nicky
Ozzy Osbourne
Dazed and Confused
Parker Posey 
The Sting
Robert Redford
The Rocky Horror Picture Show
Susan Sarandon
Saved by the Bell
Tiffani Thiessen
Wedding Crashers
Vince Vaughn
Memoirs of a Geisha
Ziyi Zhang
Level 71
Nov 17, 2012
I know you redefined the quiz in the explanation, but including Keira Knightley in a list of actors with alliterative names is ridiculous. I don't have a problem with limiting the answers to a subset of a larger category (e.g., all places are outside the United States), but including an answer that is outside the main category is not legit. And while we're complaining, why not allow Matthew McConaughey as an answer for Dazed and Confused? I went through every conceivable spelling of his last name and came away disappointed. Other than that good quiz.
Level 44
Nov 18, 2012
The clue for Dazed and Confused is 'P', that's why you can't have Matthew McConaughey. Sorry Keira Knightley wasn't to your liking, but I'm happy with her. And thanks, glad you liked the quiz :)
Level 72
Jul 4, 2016
But since we're not being overly "literary", we can accept the common definition of the word alliteration, which allows for repetition of the same sound *or* letter. Consequentially, Keira's kosher, 'kay?
Level 20
Dec 29, 2012
Hmm, I thought the Charlie's Angels was the newer movie so I kept trying different spellings for Lucy Liu ...
Level 40
Dec 29, 2012
Clever quiz! I wonder though if with Charlie's Angels you could specify the original version because most people will be thinking of the more recent films or tv series.
Level 41
Dec 30, 2012
11. got fawcett after tryin diff spellings for liu!
Level 34
Jul 3, 2014
it says movie or TV show, read the title!
Level 71
Aug 1, 2014
Kevin Kline would be a better alliteration than Kiera Knightly.
Level 76
Jan 20, 2015
+1; Keira Knightly is not an alliteration
Level 44
Apr 11, 2015
Yes it is, both names begin with K.
Level 83
Jun 17, 2015
alliteration refers to the sound, not the spelling
Level 72
Jul 4, 2016
See my comment near the top. Alliteration can be either.
Level 78
Feb 27, 2015
Was just typing names at first without reading the clues, and typed in Holly Hunter which gave me Helen Hunt. Once again, I love freebies.
Level 80
Feb 24, 2017
Kiera Knightly isn't alliteration. That's annoying.
Level 60
Feb 11, 2018
Wish alternate spellings of Sarandon were accepted. Missed it because I used an A instead of an O. Most quizzes accept a word if you're close.
Level 83
Aug 1, 2018
All the love for Kiera Knightly and none for Tiffani Thiessen?
Level 83
Aug 1, 2018
I'm always amazed at how many people can't follow the alphabet, even when it's spelled out for them.
Level 84
Jun 6, 2019
Counting Ozzy as an actor is a bit of stretch. :-) Especially since he isn't playing a character, he plays himself. Basically a cameo. (For the record, I've never seen the movie, just did a bit of searching as I didn't remember his acting.)