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Quiz: Katherine Heigl

posted by Nell Minow

This week Katherine Heigl stars as detective Stephanie Plum in her new movie, “One for the Money.”  How many questions about her previous roles can you answer?  

1. Heigl appeared in a film that reportedly only sold 30 tickets, making it officially the biggest money-loser of all time.  What is its title?

2. One of the best-remembered love stories on “Grey’s Anatomy” involved Heigl’s character Izzie?  What was the name of the man she loved?

3. Heigl was a teenager when she co-starred with Gerard Depardieu in what film?

4.  Name another character Heigl had a romantic relationship with in “Grey’s Anatomy.”

5. Which Heigl movie had her married to a spy?

6.  Which Heigl movie had her attending many weddings?

7.  Her most famous role had her as a television producer who had what life-changing experience?

8. She appeared in a horror movie series — which one?

9.  What is the name of the author who created Stephanie Plum?

10. Where are the Stephanie Plum movies set?

 

 



  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment Toby Clark

    2: Denny Duquette
    3: My Father the Hero
    4: Alex Karev
    5: Killers
    6: 27 Dresses
    7: Pregnancy (in Knocked Up)
    9: Janet Evanovich
    10: New Jersey

    Incidentally, Stephanie Plum is a bounty hunter, not a detective. (Not that I’ve ever read them, my Mum’s a fan. Actually, thinking about it, I’ve never seen Heigl in anything except Grey’s Anatomy and Under Siege 2: Dark Territory.)

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