The results of Slate's TV celebrity contest.

A Slate guessing game.
Dec. 12 2005 11:02 AM

Star Gazing

The results of Slate's TV celebrity contest.

Slate recently asked readers to put their pop-culture knowledge to the test by asking them to match up 15 past and present notable TV stars with photos of their equally notable features. The answers are posted below:

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1. Angela Lansbury
2. Michael Richards
3. Hervé Villechaize
4. Jason Lee
5. Marge Simpson
6. Gary Coleman
7. Lucille Ball
8. Bill Cosby
9. Jennifer Aniston
10. Sarah Jessica Parker
11. Sam Waterston
12. James Gandolfini
13. Jennifer Garner
14. Lassie
15. Bernie Mac

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Despite hundreds of entries, only two individuals correctly identified all 15 celebrities: Christopher Fleming and Hannelie Fleming of Terrell, Texas. Hannelie Fleming is the winner of our random drawing and will be the lucky recipient of some fabulous Slate swag. Congratulations!

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