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Can you name the famous people named Elizabeth (including some forms of its nicknames, e.g. Betty, Betsy, etc.)?
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*Note: All of the people are Elizabeths, but some are more well known by their nicknames, which are given in the clue. The quiz also includes the alternate spelling of Elisabeth.
British-born actress, married 8 times; star of 'Cleopatra'
Last Tudor monarch in England; reigned from 1558-1603 (must put number)
Wife of the 33rd President of the United States; widely known as 'Bess'
American social activist; campaigned for women's rights, particularly voting rights
British; spokesmodel for Estee Lauder; actress (Bedazzled); one time girlfriend of Hugh Grant
Wife of King George VI; her daughter is the present queen of England
English poet of the Victorian era; wrote 'How do I love thee? Let me count the ways'
In 1849, became 1st woman to earn medical degree; was 1st woman doctor in the U.S.; opened New York Infirmary for Women and Children
A seamstress born in Philadelphia, legend has it that she sewed the first American flag; nicknamed Betsy
Current reigning monarch of the United Kingdom (must put number)
Co-host on The View; was a contestant on Survivor: The Australian Outback
It was national news when she was kidnapped in 2002 at age 14 from her home in Utah and was found 9 months later.
Actress; played Samantha on 'Bewitched'
Sister of 19th century authors Charlotte, Emily, and Anne
Actress; starred in 'American Pie' and 'Scary Movie'
Character in Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'; nicknamed Beth
Maiden name Bloomer; married to the 38th President of the U.S.; went by the nickname Betty; opened a center to treat substance abuse and addiction
Actress most famous for starring in Leaving Las Vegas and Adventures in Babysitting
North Carolina's 1st female senator, serving from 2003-2009; married to a former senator from Kansas, who is also a former presidential nominee
American dancer, singer, & actress; World War II era pin-up girl known for her beautiful legs; went by the name Betty
Born in Canada as Florence Nightingale Graham, she went by this business name. She built a cosmetics empire in the U.S.
Creator of 30 Rock and former SNL writer, goes by Tina
Mother of John the Baptist
Character in books by Norman Bridwell; owner of Clifford, the Big Red Dog
Actress whose TV roles include Juliet on LOST, Erica on V, and Rachel on Revolution
Non existent 'character' in a 1970's sitcom - 'Elizabeth, I'm coming,' Fred, a junk dealer, would call to his deceased wife.
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