People with F Initials

From FA to FZ, name the famous person with each set of initials.
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Last updated: October 7, 2020
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First submittedApril 20, 2011
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Danced with Ginger Rogers
Fred Astaire
17th-century scientist and
Lord Chancellor of England
Francis Bacon
Cuban dictator
Fidel Castro
"Crime and Punishment"
Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Marx's partner
Friedrich Engels
Assassinated June 28, 1914
Franz Ferdinand
Architect who designed
the Guggenheim in Bilbao
Frank Gehry
Author of "Dune"
Frank Herbert
Sprinter known as "Flo-Jo"
Florence Griffith
Mexican painter best known
for her self-portraits
Frida Kahlo
Chelsea's all-time leading
goal scorer
Frank Lampard
Lead singer of Queen
Freddie Mercury
19th century German
Friedrich Nietzsche
Yoda puppeteer
Frank Oz
Conquered the Incas
Francisco Pizarro
Producer of "Tom and Jerry",
not the mayor of Springfield
Fred Quimby
U.S. President during WWII
Franklin Roosevelt
Crooner known as
"Ol' Blue Eyes"
Frank Sinatra
Tennessee Senator who
starred in several movies
Fred Thompson
Four Seasons lead singer
Frankie Valli
Architect who designed
the Guggenheim in N.Y.C.
Frank Lloyd Wright
Jesuit missionary
who ventured into Asia
Francis Xavier
The "Polka King", no
relation to Weird Al
Frankie Yankovic
Singer and guitarist for
The Mothers of Invention
Frank Zappa
Level 92
Feb 12, 2016
To be Frank, there were a lot of them in this quiz.
Level 77
Nov 24, 2018
If only it had been enough to write the first names...
Level 77
May 11, 2021
There are only three people whose names don't begin with "Fr"
Level 76
May 14, 2021
And two of them just so happen to be right next to each other
Level 83
May 11, 2016
I can't be the only person who saw "V" and "Four Seasons" and tried Vivaldi before remembering he was called Antonio.
Level 75
Sep 11, 2016
You are not !
Level 53
Sep 11, 2016
I did it too. But I didn't know his first name.
Level 82
Sep 11, 2016
Frankly, there's not a lot of variety to first names on this quiz.
Level 71
Apr 10, 2018
I would have +1d this if @plattitude hadn't made the same joke 7 month prior. Great minds think alike?
Level 82
May 17, 2018
oops. Didn't see that.
Level 83
Nov 28, 2017
One of the few quizzes outside sports that features a Slovene person.
Level 87
Oct 7, 2020
I agree, there SHOULD be a quiz about US First Ladies.
Level 81
May 11, 2021
Let me guess, France Prešeren? Let me guess once more, he got removed...
Level 86
Jun 25, 2018
I didn't get it right, but I'm happy to know there's such a thing as the "Polka King."
Level 73
Aug 4, 2018
If you give Astaire before I've typed the "e", why can't I get Engels when I forget to type the "s"?
Level 87
Oct 7, 2020
Because the "e" is not pronounced.
Level 82
Oct 9, 2020
"Flo-Jo" probably shouldn't work as a type-in for "Sprinter known as Flo-Jo".
Level 59
Oct 19, 2020
wait what that actually works wow
Level 60
Oct 14, 2020
Please accept more spellings for Astaire.
Level 79
Oct 16, 2020 Austerlitz, which is not allowed for some reason. Frankly, I am not HP.
Level 78
Oct 15, 2020
Franz Ferdinand isn't a great one because Ferdinand is just his second name. His surname would be "Austria", and I don't think he'd ever initialize himself as FF.

I'd suggest using Frederico Fellini or Frederick Forsyth instead.

Level 78
May 11, 2021
His surname would be "Austria"? As funny and obviously wrong as that idea is, I'll still point out that royals typically didn't have surnames in the traditional sense, but rather belonged to a house. Ferdinand is casually used as his surname, but if you want to be nitpicky you'd probably say his surname is Habsburg.
Level 68
May 14, 2021
Franz Ferdinand Carl Ludwig Joseph Maria von Österreich-Este - in what way is "Ferdinand" a surname? It's the second of six first names.
Level 81
Jan 21, 2021
There are two letters missing, and really nothing comes to mind regarding FU initials, but it's a shame you didn't use Filippo Inzaghi as an answer for FI. He is extremely famous football player, World Cup winner, double Champions League winner, he is arguably even more successful than Lampard. If Lampard can be used as an answer, sure Inzaghi can be as well.
Level 81
Sep 5, 2022
I have found a good add, that would complete the list, alongside above mentioned Filippo Inzaghi. If the fictional characters are added (as they are in some other quizzes in this series) - in the 1968 hit movie Odd Couple, the main character is named Felix Ungar, and there is an interesting quote from another character - "I cannot stand little notes on my pillow! “We are all out of cornflakes, F.U.” It took me three hours to figure out F.U. was Felix Ungar."
Level 70
Mar 30, 2021
Fred Thompson is some very niche trivia. I remember him mostly from Law & Order. I'd be curious if anyone outside of the US knows who he is.
Level 56
May 11, 2021
Was expecting F. Scott Fitzgerald in this.
Level 75
May 12, 2021
Well, I am assuming he came in third place for FFs likely to be included. Franz Ferdinand and Francisco Franco seem more logical.
Level 90
May 11, 2021
Mayor Quimby actually does have a nephew named Fred.
Level 74
May 11, 2021
Francis Bacon is also a famous artist from the 20th century.
Level 72
May 11, 2021
Could you change Marx to Karl Marx ? I was thinking of Groucho Marx.
Level 77
Aug 17, 2021
But his partners were also Marxes.
Level 82
May 12, 2021
Any chance kalho could be accepted? I've seen more egregious misspellings accepted for other words
Level 62
May 19, 2021
Quizmaster could you please please please accept initials? That would make typing so much easier!
Level 84
Jun 10, 2021
Interesting. They give you F and R - all you have to do is add the middle letter and it gets accepted.