Merry Christmas! As a present, here’s a quick ten-question episode with folks that were born on December 25th!
I hope you’re enjoying the holiday and have a great rest of the 2023.
Merry Christmas everyone. Here’s a holiday treat for you while you enjoy the day. Today’s mini episode of the Dorky Geeky Nerdy Trivia Podcast contains ten people born on December 25th.
But, before I dive into this bonus episode, I have a quick announcement. Dorky Geeky Nerdy is now on Patreon. If you’re able to, please consider supporting the show. As a reward for being a supporter you will get all your episodes ad-free. I’ll have other treats added as rewards, but I know enough of you have asked for an ad-free option that I wanted to start with that. So, when you’re done opening presents and packing away Christmas dinner, head over to patreon.com/dorkygeekynerdy.
Thanks for indulging me and now…on with the show.
- What Egyptian president shared a Nobel Peace Prize with Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin
a. Anwar Sadat
- What TV producer and writer created The Twilight Zone?
a. Rod Serling
- Born in 1945, what screenwriter acted as Executive Producer for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Deep Space Nine, Voyager, and Enterprise?
a. Rick Berman
- What singer & songwriter brought us “island escapism” until his passing on September 1, 2023?
a. Jimmy Buffett
- What actress played the title character in Carrie and won an Academy Award for her role in Coal Miner’s Daughter?
a. Sissy Spacek
- Born in 1907, what jazz singer and bandleader had hits with Minnie the Moocher and The Jumpin’ Jive?
a. Cab Calloway
- What Scottish singer was the lead singer for Eurythmics and performed “Into the West” from the final Lord of the Rings movie?
a. Annie Lennox
- Born in 1821, what Civil War nurse went on to found the American Red Cross?
a. Clara Barton
- Born in 1971, who has been the Canadian Prime Minister since 2015?
a. Justin Trudeau
- What English-born singer had hits with “Thank You” in 2000 and “White Flag” in 2003?
a. Florian Cloud de Bounevialle Armstrong. Better known as Dido
And that’s it. Even if you don’t celebrate Christmas, I hope you have a great day. And, if today’s your birthday, I hope you have a fantastic one. I’ll see you again on Wednesday.
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