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TV Actors on 2 Shows -- Quick Answers to the Quiz

Updated on June 29, 2014

TV Chains -- Answers


Here are the answers to my "TV Actors on 2 Shows" quiz. If you haven't seen the quiz yet, link to it below.

When I was in my teens, my brother and I used to create quizzes. We had always wanted to write a quiz book. This was before home computers, so we wrote these questions on scrap paper. As I look through our old "stuff", I often find some of these quizzes. Our favorite subjects were Presidents, History in general, Baseball and Television. This sort of quiz, matching one actor to two rolls, was a common theme. I hope you enjoy this quiz.

Here are the answers:

TV Chains -- Answers

Answers are in Bold

Which actor starred in each of these sets of TV shows?

Chain 1:

1) Carolyn Jones, who played Morticia on The Addams Family played Marcia, Queen of Hearts on Batman and John Astin, who played Gomez on The Addams Family played The Riddler (as did Frank Gorshin) on Batman

2) Burgess Meredith, who played The Penguin on Batman, was a regular on Search

3)Anthony (Tony) Franciosa was a regular on both programs

4) Susan St. James was a regular on both programs

5) Jane Curtin was a regular on both programs

Chain 2:

1) William Shatner was a regular on both programs (Since I said "Star Trek" and not "Star Trek: Deep Space 9", Rene Auberjonois is NOT correct)

2)Candice Bergen was a regular on both programs

3) Faith Ford was a regular on both programs

4) Ted McGinley was a regular on both programs

5) Tom Bosley was a regular on both programs

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