.. and here are the answers to Friday’s NPR celebrity doppelganger quiz set to the tune “Faces” by Addiquit from the Free Music Archive.

Thanks to everyone who contributed to our one-day, end-of-fiscal-year fund drive on Saturday and congratulations to Susan Anderson who got the most answers correct with the help of her son!

 

9 Responses to Faces for Radio Celebrity Double Answers

  1. Joyce Cheney says:

    No! There’s been a terrible mix-up! That’s not what any of the radio people look like!

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  3. Wendy says:

    My fav is Nina Totenburg and Magneto!

  4. PlazaJen says:

    Love it! (Though the auto-load on the music about blew my speakers out and there’s no apparent way to turn it off?)
    BTW, Steve Inskeep is much more attractive than David Hasselhoff. And certainly far more relevant. :)

  5. Holly Wells says:

    Pretty funny. Just one adjustment: Inskeep looks nothing like the Hoff. He does, however, look just like Matt Morrison from GLEE.

  6. Brad Linder says:

    The slideshow accidentally includes a photo of Dave Wessel instead of Dave Davies from WHYY. I’m guessing someone grabbed the wrong image from a Google Image search. Here’s what Davies actually looks like:

    http://www.phawker.com/2010/01/07/exit-interview-dave-davies-a-reporters-reporter/

  7. [...] If you’ve ever wondered what your favorite NPR/Public Radio International personalities look like, check out this  slide show. [...]

  8. Noel Black says:

    Thanks Brad. You’re right. We got most of the images from the NPR site, but had to do some digging on others. We’ll remove it. Cheers, N

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