100 People

Based on the clues, guess these 100 completely random real or fictional people.
Quiz by buck1017
Last updated: July 14, 2014
First submittedJuly 11, 2014
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World's most famous playwright
William Shakespeare
The Dark Knight
Blood, toil, tears, and sweat
Winston Churchill
Sistine Chapel painter
Grandson of Genghis
Kublai Khan
Hannah Montana actress
Miley Cyrus
Director of Seven Samurai
Akira Kurosawa
The Godfather of Soul
James Brown
Scored 100 points in a basketball game
Wilt Chamberlain
Rocky portrayer
Sylvester Stallone
Famous silent film star
Charlie Chaplin
Painter of melting clocks
Salvador Dali
Founder of Standard Oil
John D. Rockefeller
Hijacker who parachuted over Oregon
D.B. Cooper
Swiss tennis player with 17 Major wins
Roger Federer
Rapper of Big Pimpin'
Jay Z
Most PGA Majors of all time
Jack Nicklaus
Cuban dictator
Fidel Castro
"The Boy Who Lived"
Harry Potter
Nixon's VP who also resigned
Spiro Agnew
The King of Pop
Michael Jackson
Spider Man's alter ego
Peter Parker
Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn
Mark Twain
Former lead singer for Queen
Freddie Mercury
Most famous CEO of Apple
Steve Jobs
Luke & Leia's father
Darth Vader
Manchester United goalscorer
Wayne Rooney
Renounced the Papacy in 2013
Pope Benedict XVI
Stoker's most famous creation
First black Supreme Court justice
Thurgood Marshall
Bart, Lisa, and Maggie's mom
Marge Simpson
Wrestler who starred in Princess Bride
Andre the Giant
The King of Rock and Roll
Elvis Presley
Richest black American woman
Oprah Winfrey
Disgraced Enron CEO
Kenneth Lay
The Material Girl
Maroon 5 frontman
Adam Levine
Flew The Spirit of St. Louis to Paris
Charles Lindbergh
Fiddled while Rome burned
The Crocodile Hunter
Steve Irwin
Toy Story Space Ranger
Buzz Lightyear
Creator of the Soviet Union
Vladimir Lenin
Author of Jurassic Park
Michael Crichton
Hunter of the White Whale
Captain Ahab
"The Maid of Orléans"
Joan of Arc
Writer of the Pentateuch
Egyptian president & Nobel winner
Anwar Sadat
Diminutive French emperor
Napoleon Bonaparte
NHL's "The Great One"
Wayne Gretzky
Guaranteed Super Bowl III win
Joe Namath
Most famous sitar player
Ravi Shankar
Drummer for the Beatles
Ringo Starr
Discovered gravity
Isaac Newton
Parody singer of "Fat" and "Eat It"
Weird Al Yankovic
Former Host of American Top 40
Casey Kasem
Yabba dabba doo!
Fred Flintstone
Blue-eyed leader of The Rat Pack
Frank Sinatra
All time leading Brazilian goalscorer
Lincoln's assassin
John Wilkes Booth
The Desert Fox
Erwin Rommel
Captain...of...the Enterprise
Captain James Kirk
Tonight Show legend
Johnny Carson
Civil rights leader who had a dream
Martin Luther King Jr.
Asterisk-less home run king
Hank Aaron
Host of "You Bet Your Life"
Groucho Marx
Discoverer of Hawaii
James Cook
Rosebud's owner
Charles Foster Kane
The Queen of Soul
Aretha Franklin
Woodstock guitar god
Jimi Hendrix
First American Idol
Kelly Clarkson
His visions helped defeat Custer
Sitting Bull
Original AFV Host
Bob Saget
First man in space
Yuri Gagarin
Umbrella-flying nanny
Mary Poppins
Guided Hillary up Everest
Tenzing Norgay
President of North Vietnam
Ho Chi Minh
Enter the Dragon
Bruce Lee
Australian country singer
Keith Urban
"Et tu Brute?"
Julius Caesar
Gangnam Style
Fred Astaire's dance partner
Ginger Rogers
Drummer for The Who
Keith Moon
Director of Passion of the Christ
Mel Gibson
First casualty of the Boston Massacre
Crispus Attucks
Father of Rocket Science
Wernher von Braun
Theory of Relativity
Albert Einstein
Great Tsaritsa of Russia
Catherine the Great
Playboy's first centerfold
Marilyn Monroe
Dallas Mavericks owner
Mark Cuban
The Oracle of Omaha
Warren Buffett
Son of William and Kate
Prince George
Director of Million Dollar Baby
Clint Eastwood
Marched elephants over the Alps
Nephew of Bilbo
Frodo Baggins
The Man of La Mancha
Don Quixote
First man on the Moon
Neil Armstrong
Siddhārtha Gautama
Jamaican sprinter
Usain Bolt
Frontman for The Rolling Stones
Mick Jagger
Treasure Island pirate cook
Long John Silver
Level 80
Jul 12, 2014
I think D.B. Cooper is generally thought to have parachuted over Washington rather than Oregon. And it's "Lindbergh", not "Lindberg".
Level 72
Jul 16, 2014
Lindbergh is fixed. As for Cooper, nobody is even sure of his name, much less exactly what state he parachuted over. It was somewhere between Oregon and Washington. I just chose Oregon because it was shorter and I didn't want the clue boxes to be too big :-)
Level 78
Oct 23, 2014
Famous silent film star seems pretty broad as a clue. I tried W.C. Fields, Mary Pickford, Theda Bara, Douglas Fairbanks, Buster Keaton, Rudolph Valentino, Lionel Barrymore...I'm surprised that so many others got it correct.