Who Am I? 41
Another in our "Who Am I?" series, this pub quiz pack features five rounds, each made up of five clues that gradually reveal the identity of a famous real life person or fictional character. The aim for teams in your quiz is to correctly identify these people as quickly as possible.
An example of the first, and most difficult, clue in a round is "I was born in Northumberland in 1970. I am the brother-in-law of David Mitchell, Victoria Coren Mitchell and Giles Coren". An example of the third clue in the same round is "In 2017, I became the first person to be a guest host on Have I Got News For You for a 30th time".
There are a variety of ways that these rounds can be used in your quiz, but we recommend that clues are read out one at a time, and after each clue teams can choose to hand in a piece of paper with their guess as to who the mystery person is, or wait for more clues. If a team guesses this correctly after just one clue they are awarded five points, if they guess correctly after two clues they are awarded four points, and so on, until they are awarded just one point if they need all five clues before they can guess correctly.
We recommend that you only use one of these rounds in each quiz you do, and that the rest of your quiz is made up of handout rounds, plus other types of question and answer rounds.
You probably already have everything you need to access and use these rounds in your quiz, but you might want to check our requirements page to make sure.
Note: This product was added to our site in September 2022.
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