Who flew too close to the Sun in Greek mythology?
A: Icarus.

Who played Bobby Simone in NYPD Blue?
A: Jimmy Smits.

In which Asian country did a Cultural Revolution take place in the 60s?
 A: China.

At what unusual institutions did Johnny Cash record a number of live albums?
 A: Prisons.

Where can you find the best easy trivia quiz questions with answers?
 A: Trivia Country!

A singer, Nat King Cole was also very talented with what musical instrument?
 A: Piano.

To which U.S. President was Spiro Agnew Vice President?
A: Nixon.

The working title of which classic novel was The Emerald City?
 A: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.

Charlie Brown has what design on his sweater?
 A: Zig Zag.

Published after her death what did teenager Anne Frank leave behind?
 A: Diary.

The Mason Dixon line divides what?
 A: North & South.

What is said before "Miss Molly"in the rock'n'roll song?
A: Good Golly.

Michael Jackson's Never Land Ranch was in which state?
 A: California.

In which war did Muhammad Ali refuse to fight?
 A: Vietnam.

What actor starred in films like Pulp Fiction and Die Hard 3 after three years as Bill Cosby's stand-in on The Cosby Show?
 A: Samuel L. Jackson

In the film classic Star Wars, what was the name of the ancient spaceship captained by Han Solo?
 A: The Millennium Falcon.

What are the names of the couple who own Lady in Walt Disney's 1955 classic movie "Lady and the Tramp"?
 A: He's Jim, Dear'; she's "Darling."

What organ, when deprived of oxygen causes angina pectoris pain?
 A: The heart's.

The Canadian farmer who cultivated a wild apple he found on his property in 1796 had what last name?
 A: McIntosh.

Which volcano in Hawaii first erupted in the 1970s and has done so regularly since 1983?
 A: Kilauea.

What taste is it that are cats unable to detect?
A: Sweet