People with S Initials

From SA to SZ, name the famous person with each set of initials.
Quiz by Quizmaster
Last updated: October 9, 2020
First submittedJanuary 4, 2012
Times taken32,001
Average score68.2%
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Suffragette who appears
on a $1 coin
Susan B. Anthony
"Miss Congeniality" star
Sandra Bullock
"Shaken, not shtirred", he said
Sean Connery
Spanish surrealist painter
Salvador Dali
Deep-voiced, mustachioed
actor who requests sarsaparilla
Sam Elliott
Psychotherapy inventor
Sigmund Freud
Pop singer who once dated
Justin Bieber
Selena Gomez
Physicist with ALS disease
who studied black holes
Stephen Hawking
Hunter of crocodiles
Steve Irwin
Apple founder
Steve Jobs
Author of "The Shining"
Stephen King
Former Marvel Comics
Stan Lee
Star of "The Great Escape"
and "Bullitt"
Steve McQueen
"Fleetwood Mac" singer
Stevie Nicks
Kobe's one-time colleague
Shaquille O'Neal
Alaska's most notorious
hockey mom
Sarah Palin
"Satanic Verses" author who
the ayatollah wanted dead
Salman Rushdie
He was Rocky and Rambo
Sylvester Stallone
1930s child actress
who became an ambassador
Shirley Temple
Sex Pistols bassist
Sid Vicious
Star of "Alien"
Sigourney Weaver
Former 49er's quarterback -
descendent of a Mormon pioneer
Steve Young
Level 77
Jun 29, 2014
Can't believe I missed Sam Elliot. The older he gets, the better he gets.
Level 63
Sep 1, 2015
I completely agree!
Level 65
Aug 20, 2018
I am surprised only 20% got Sam Elliott.
Level 45
Sep 10, 2014
Funny how many Stephen/Steven/Steve/Stevies there are on this list!
Level 73
Oct 13, 2021
Guess that's what happens when it's almost Americans with S Initials? (Not even the best Steve McQueen in film.)
Level 82
Jun 25, 2022
With all respect in the world to the brilliant director of 12 Years a Slave, the star of the Great Escape is ABSOLUTELY the best Steve McQueen in film!!!
Level 40
Sep 12, 2014
I missed Steve Jobs. I was thinking of Johnny Appleseed, which, if you think of it, doesn't even make sense for the quiz. :P
Level 63
Nov 17, 2017
RIP Steve Irwin. At least he died with animals in his heart
Level 72
Aug 20, 2018
Level 73
Dec 2, 2017
After "Author of "The Shining"", you should put "Director who made it better". Same initials! Coincidence? Not according to the movie "Room 237".
Level 79
Jul 3, 2018
Even with the coin qualifier I had trouble with SA because I'm so used to saying Susan B. Anthony. That middle initial really screwed me up. Got it eventually.
Level 84
Jul 3, 2018
Too Steve-centric.
Level 65
Aug 20, 2018
Level 75
Aug 20, 2018
Yosemite Sam? Big mustache &; orders sarsaparilla from Bugs Bunny at saloons
Level 72
Aug 20, 2018
He's not an actor, though.
Level 72
Aug 20, 2018
Doesn't fit the SE initials.
Level 84
Sep 29, 2021
Maybe his full name is Yosemite Samuel Estevez. Do you know that it's not?
Level 72
Oct 12, 2021
Just because I was curious if they ever gave him a last name, I looked it up. In the 1950 cartoon "Big House Bunny," where he's a prison guard, his name is Sam Schultz. In The Looney Tunes Show (2011-2014), his full name was Samuel Michelangelo Rosenbaum. In The New Looney Tunes cartoons (2015-2020), his name was Aloysius Barthomelew Sam.
Level 63
Oct 12, 2021
I thought of him too. Never heard of the guy who was the actual answer.
Level 72
Aug 20, 2018
Not that this is a crucial addition, of course, but it would be funny if the clue right after "SJ - Apple founder" were "SW - The other Apple founder."
Level 87
Nov 24, 2019
Bassist should be in quotation marks.
Level 67
Mar 31, 2021
His amp was often unplugged during performances
Level 71
Jun 8, 2021
Kind of funny that the person who directed the movie for "The Shining" has the same initials as the person who wrote it. I tried Stanley Kubrick before I looked at the clue more closely.
Level 57
Sep 15, 2021
Sophie Xeon for SX maybe? She was an influential pop music producer known mononomously.
Level 68
Oct 12, 2021
Tried a million spellings for Salman Rushdie. Should have tried a million and one.
Level 19
Oct 12, 2021
Sacagawea is also a prominent figure on a one-dollar coin.
Level 37
Oct 13, 2021
I would have gotten Steven Hawking if it said MND. I have never heard of ALS