Who The Hell Am I?

Let’s play a game called Who The Hell Am I? In this game, you get 10 clues to guess the name of a famous person. These clues are numbered countdown-style, 10 to 1, with the first clue numbered 10. Your score is determined by the highest numbered clue that evokes the correct answer.

At the end of the list you can click a link for the answer. However this link is numbered zero, so if you haven’t figured out the answer by the time you click it, you get no points. For as they say, cheaters never prosper.

And by the way, No Googling!

Note: The final clue provides the real name. But your task is to guess the name for which this person was commonly known.

10: I’m celebrating my 140th birthday next Wednesday, January 29th. Please send your cards and gifts (preferably cash) to Forest Lawn Memorial Park Cemetery in Glendale, California.

9: I was called a great actor by my confreres, yet none of the bastards ever nominated me for an Oscar.

8: My wife’s name was Harriet. We separated after 7 years of bad luck, but never divorced. When I died, we had been married for 46 years.

7: I’ve written screenplays under the pseudonyms Charles Bogle, Otis Criblecoblis, and Mahatma Kane Jeeves.

6: I died of cirrhosis of the liver on Christmas Day, 1946. I always hated Christmas.

5: I spent the last 13 years of my life dallying with a young actress named Carlotta Monti.

4: I was a world class juggler, and could juggle most everything, including as many as six tennis balls at a time. But sadly, I could never juggle my income taxes.

3: I’m reputed to hate dogs and children. But that’s not true. If broiled and seasoned properly, they are delicious.

2: I was once engaged in a running feud with a wooden puppet named Charlie. It gives me slivers every time I remember it.

1: I have a hypocoristic stage name. My birth name is William Claude Dukenfield.

0: For the correct answer, click this link.

Categories: Biography

52 replies »

  1. Nothing rings a bell, as I have never known anything about actors. And as expected, even when I clicked on the link, I’d still not heard of them. But he sounds like an interesting character, and this is a fun post.

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