Can you match the famous person with their urban legend?

Gene Simmons of KISS performs in Australia.
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From Gene Simmons' tongue to Charlie Chaplin's twin, test your knowledge of these rumors and legends.

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A photo of Charlie Chaplin.
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Question 1 of 10 Score: 0

Charlie Chaplin once entered this type of contest – and lost:

It's true! Chaplin, one of Hollywood's most famous stars in the early 20th century, entered a Charlie Chaplin impersonation contest and went up against 40 competitors. Despite his best efforts to impersonate himself, he came in 27th place.

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Paul from 'The Wonder Years'.
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Question 2 of 10 Score: 0

Rumor had it that Paul from 'The Wonder Years' was played by this rocker:

False! Despite efforts for more than a decade to convince us otherwise, American rocker Marilyn Manson was not a child star on the hit series "The Wonder Years." The honor instead belongs to actor Paul Saviano, who called the rumors "entertaining."

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Gene Simmons
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Question 3 of 10 Score: 0

Israeli rocker Gene Simmons is said to have the tongue of this animal:

KISS frontman and philanthropist Gene Simmons was said to have had the tongue of a cow grafted onto his own to extend its length. While the claim is untrue, Simmons does have an unusually long tongue – measuring about seven inches.

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A photo of American actress Halle Berry.
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Question 4 of 10 Score: 0

Halle Berry is rumored to have an extra one of these:

Since about 2005, Halle Berry has been rumored to be polydactyl, or having an extra toe. The mutation, which can also occur in cats and dogs, is extremely rare in humans. To date, the former "Catwoman" superhero has yet to confirm or deny the rumor.

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Pamela Anderson on the series 'Baywatch.'
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Question 5 of 10 Score: 0

Pamela Anderson is rumored to have done this to help shrink her waist on 'Baywatch':

During her rise to fame in the 1990s series "Baywatch," it was reported that Canadian-born Pamela Anderson had removed some ribs to attain her small waist. In an interview with Star Magazine, Anderson denied the claim.

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An unidentified man from the 19th century purported to offer proof that actor Nicholas Cage is actually immortal.
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Question 6 of 10 Score: 0

All of these actors are rumored to be immortal except:

While it's only a matter of time before our favorite outdoorsman Chris Pratt is confirmed as immortal, he's not yet joined the ranks of the other actors on this list. Are Shia LeBeouf and Albert Einstein one and the same? Is Audrey Hepburn actually Natalie Portman? Our lips are sealed.

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A picture of Mickey Mouse.
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Question 7 of 10 Score: 0

This original Mouseketeer is supposedly frozen and waiting to be brought back to life:

One of the most persistent rumors concerning Walt Disney is that his body was cryogenically frozen upon his death in 1966. While the technology did exist at the time, Disney's estate insists that the entrepreneur was cremated and his ashes scattered.

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A photo of Albert Einstein explaining E-mc2.
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Question 8 of 10 Score: 0

This famous physicist is rumored to have failed both math and science:

One of the most persistent rumors surrounding Albert Einstein is that he was a poor student. In fact, the Princeton professor, whose extensive papers are held at the Einstein Archives in Israel, excelled in both math and science his entire life.

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An image of the gold-covered Bond girl from 'Goldfinder'.
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Question 9 of 10 Score: 0

This golden 'Bond' girl reportedly died from:

British actress Shirley Eaton played Jill Masterson, a Bond girl in "Goldfinger" who dies after being painted from head to toe in suffocating gold paint. The scene became so iconic that an urban legend was born claiming Eaton had died during filming. (She didn't. She's still alive today.)

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Member of the rock group KISS pouring blood into the red ink of the printing of their first-ever comic book.
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Question 10 of 10 Score: 0

Rock group KISS famously provided what to Marvel for their first comic book?

In 1977, Israeli rocker Gene Simmons and the rest of KISS provided vials of their blood to be mixed into the red ink for the first printing of theMarvel's "KISS Super Special" comic book. No word if the same ink was used in their latest comic series.

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Gene Simmons of KISS performs in Australia.
Photo: Paul Kane / Getty Images
Photo: Paul Kane / Getty Images