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Mark Kerr was a contestant on the UK version of the show on 31st January 2004. He won £250,000. He served as Pat Gibson's Phone-a-Friend during his million pound question.

WWTBAM Run Edit

Fastest Finger First Question Edit

Fastest Finger First
Put these artists in the order they were born.
• A: Raphael • B: Tracey Emin
• C: Vincent Van Gogh • D: Roy Lichtenstein
Of the 10 contestants, six answered it correctly but Mark was the fastest with 3.05 seconds. Correct order: A-C-D-B

Mark's Run to the Million Edit

£100 (1 of 15) - Not Timed
If you refuse to change your plans despite criticism, you are said to 'stick to your...' what?
• A: Buns • B: Guns
• C: Puns • D: Nuns


£200 (2 of 15) - Not Timed
An irritating person might be said to 'get one's...' what?
• A: Sheep • B: Pig
• C: Goat • D: Cow


£300 (3 of 15) - Not Timed
Which word refers to a species of animal that has died out?
• A: Extol • B: Extinct
• C: Extant • D: Extort


£500 (4 of 15) - Not Timed
Simon Cowell is most famous as a sharp-tongued judge on which TV show?
• A: Star For A Night • B: Pop Idol
• C: Model Behaviour • D: This Is My Moment


£1,000 (5 of 15) - Not Timed
Watford Gap is a service station on which motorway?
• A: M1 • B: M2
• C: M3 • D: M4


£2,000 (6 of 15) - Not Timed
The French game 'pétanque' most closely resembles which game, popular in Britain?
• A: Darts • B: Bowls
• C: Snooker • D: Croquet


£4,000 (7 of 15) - Not Timed
'The Body' is the famous nickname for which model?
• A: Naomi Campbell • B: Claudia Schiffer
• C: Iman • D: Elle MacPherson


£8,000 (8 of 15) - Not Timed
Which of these battles was fought on a site in Leicestershire?
• A: Culloden • B: Hastings
• C: Flodden • D: Bosworth


£16,000 (9 of 15) - Not Timed
Which word links a style of architecture and a style of melodramatic literature
• A: Aeolic • B: Doric
• C: Gothic • D: Hellenic


£32,000 (10 of 15) - Not Timed
Whose last words believe to have been: "Thank God I have done my duty"?
'50:50' lifeline used'
• A: Lord Nelson • B: Henry VIII
• C: Duke of Wellington • D: Winston Churchill


£64,000 (11 of 15) - Not Timed
Ithaca and Cephalonia belong to which group of islands?
'Ask the Audience' and 'Phone-a-Friend' lifelines used
• A: Cyclades - 8% • B: Dodecanese - 12%
• C: Ionian - 39% • D: Aegean - 41%
Mark did not know, so he decided to use the 'Ask the Audience' lifeline with 41% saying Aegean, closely followed by Ionian with 39% of the votes. Then he decided to call Pat for help, who was 90% certain it was Ionian. Mark decided to go with Pat (and against the audience) and won £64,000.


£125,000 (12 of 15) - Not Timed
To which of these does the word 'vitelline' refer?
• A: Nutshell • B: Bacon rind
• C: Egg yolk • D: Tree sap
Mark did not know, but he really wanted to attempt this question even with no lifelines left. Knowing he would lose £32,000 if he was wrong, he still took a guess and went for C: Egg yolk and won £125,000.


£250,000 (13 of 15) - Not Timed
Vidkun Quisling was a traitorous leader of which country during World War II?
• A: France • B: Italy
• C: Norway • D: Turkey


£500,000 (14 of 15) - Not Timed
In Shakespeare's 'Romeo and Juliet', which of these characters does not die?
• A: Mercutio • B: Tybalt
• C: Benvolio • D: Romeo
Mark did not know the answer, and with no lifelines decided to walk away with £250,000. The correct answer was C: Benvolio.

Trivia Edit

  • The Phone-a-Friend that Mark has selected happens to be Pat Gibson who would later become the 4th person to win £1 million in the UK version.

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