Famous Lees

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Can you name the famous people with the first, last or middle name 'Lee'?

Featured Oct 2, 2009

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This ex-Marine, arrested Nov 22, 1963, was only formally charged with shooting a police officer.
He's had small roles in the X-Men, Spider-Man, Fantastic Four & Hulk movies. Why not? He co-created them all.
Subject of the bio-pic 'Great Balls Of Fire', in 1958 his 3rd marriage was to his 13-year-old cousin.
This Hong Kong raised actor was born in San Francisco in 1940, appropriately, the Year of the Dragon.
At age 16 she had #1s with 'I'm Sorry' &
'I Want To Be Wanted'. In the song 'Radar Love',
she's 'coming on strong'.
This former husband of Farrah Fawcett
played Steve Austin, 'The Six Million Dollar Man'.
To date, her only published novel is
'To Kill A Mockingbird'.
This lawyer, whose first initial stood for Francis, defended Patty Hearst and O.J. Simpson.
His directorial output ranges from 'Brokeback Mountain' to 'Hulk' to 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon'
The original Willy Loman in the play 'Death Of A Salesman', his middle initial stands for Jacob.
This director has helmed 'joints' such as 'Malcolm X',
'Do The Right Thing' and 'Inside Man'
Dad dressed like a woman in 'Some Like It Hot'.
Mom was killed in the shower in 'Psycho'.
No wonder her first starring role was 'Halloween'.
2008 Cy Young winning pitcher for the Cleveland Indians
She survived the Hollywood blacklist to win an Oscar for Supporting Actress in 'Shampoo'.
This actor was in his seventies when he played Saruman in 'Lord Of The Rings' and Count Dooku in 'Star Wars'
She won the 1980 Best New Artist Grammy,
primarily for her hit 'Chuck E's In Love'
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Bassist & vocalist of the band Rush, he also sang on Bob & Doug McKenzie's single 'Take Off'.
Known as 'Supermex', this golfer won each of
the US Open, British Open and PGA twice.
Rock Hall Of Fame blues guitarist who wrote
'Boogie Chillen' and 'Boom Boom'
This country singer also made the pop charts
with 1999's 'I Hope You Dance'.
Commander of the Confederate Army
in the American Civil War
Actor who led 'The Dirty Dozen', and won an Oscar for 'Cat Ballou'
Before major roles in 'The Fugitive', 'Men In Black'
& 'No Country For Old Men', he was Al Gore's roommate at Harvard.
He played Ned, the piemaker in the TV series
'Pushing Daisies'. Mmmmm, pie...
Speaking of desserts, if their slogan is correct,
'nobody doesn't like' this corporate cakemaker
Fifteen years co-hosting with Regis was enough.
Now, she cohosts 'Later Today' with Hoda Kotb.
In the movie 'Watchmen' he was assassinated, but in real life this Chrysler president introduced the minivan
1940's burlesque artist whose autobiography became a major Broadway musical.
Sammy Hagar replaced this 'Just A Gigolo' singer
as the vocalist in Van Halen.
He is credited as having invented the World Wide Web. We at Sporcle are grateful.
This star of 'The Good, The Bad And The Ugly' qualifies here twice, since his last name also includes 'L-E-E'.
Lead singer of Evanesance,
she took nine years of classical piano lessons.

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