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Trivia Quiz - Teri Garr: Steady & Talented Actress
What do you know about the career of Teri Garr?
January 18, 2010
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1. Teri Garr was credited under many different names early in her career. Which of the following was NOT one of them?
A. Terri Garr
B. Teri Hope
C. Teri Evans
D. Terry Carr
2. Teri's first speaking role was a one-line appearance in the 1968 Monkees Movie "Head." What part did she play?
A. Lady Pleasure
C. pop singer
D. damsel in distress
3. In 1974, Teri got her first significant motion picture role in what Francis Ford Coppolas movie?
A. The Conversation
B. The Godfather
C. The Godfather Part II
D. The Rain People
4. What role did Teri play in the 1974 movie, "Young Frankenstein"?
C. Frau Blücher
5. In the early 1970s, Teri was a regular cast member on what TV variety show?
A. The Dean Martin Show
B. The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour
C. The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour
D. The Carol Burnett Show
6. For which of the following movies roles did Teri receive an Academy Award nomination?
A. Mrs. Ramsey in "The Black Stallion"
B. Veronica "Ronnie" Neary in "Close Encounters of the Third Kind"
C. Bobbie Landers in "Oh, God!"
D. Sandy Lester in "Tootsie"
7. As a recurring guest on "Late Night with David Letterman," Letterman would almost always encourage Teri to do what?
A. host the show
B. take a shower
C. go jogging
D. go to the store down the street and shop for Dave
8. Teri had a recurring role in the TV sitcom "Friends," playing the mother of which character?
A. Rachel Green
B. Phoebe Buffay
C. Monica Geller
D. Chandler Bing
9. What role did Teri play in the 1983 movie, "Mr. Mom"?
10. Teri is a leading advocate in raising awareness for a certain medical condition and the latest treatments for it. What condition is it?
B. Parkinson's Disease
C. Alzheimer's Disease
D. multiple sclerosis
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