Trevor Schultz is a database manager from Phoenix, Arizona. He appeared on the U.S. version of the show during its 10th Anniversary Primetime Celebration and won $100,000.


Fastest Finger QuestionEdit

Fastest Finger Question
Put these Michael Jackson albums in order of their original release, starting with the earlist.
• A: Thriller • B: Off the Wall
• C: Bad • D: Dangerous
3 of the 10 contestants put the 4 answers in the correct order: B-A-C-D, but Trevor Schultz did it in the fastest time with 4.18 seconds.

Trevor's Run to the MillionEdit

$100 (1 of 15) - 15 seconds
Category: Gotcha Popcorn?
To the surprise of no one, the 2009 romantic comedy "The Proposal" ends how?
• A: A couple rents an apartment • B: A couple gets engaged
• C: A couple buys a dog • D: Sandra Bullock snorts

$200 (2 of 15) - 15 seconds
Category: Strings Attached
Which of these musical groups could be loosely described as a "string quartet"?
• A: Two trombonists • B: Four violinists
• C: Six drummers • D: Eight pianists

$300 (3 of 15) - 15 seconds
Category: Sports Physics
"Distance of Flight of a Batted Ball" is a subchapter in a book titled "The Physics of" what sport?
• A: Basketball • B: Hockey
• C: Baseball • D: Football

$500 (4 of 15) - 15 seconds
Category: Air Mail
Which of these winged creatures is not featured on a stamp in the U.S. Postal Service stamp series titled "Pollination"?
• A: Bee • B: Hummingbird
• C: Butterfly • D: Eagle

$1,000 (5 of 15) - 15 seconds
Category: TV Dreams
Foreshadowing his eventual career, what TV personality had a license plate tha tread "L8NITE" when he was a teen?
• A: Jimmy Kimmel • B: Willard Scott
• C: Dr. Phil • D: Matt Lauer

$2,000 (6 of 15) - 30 seconds
Category: Savory Songs
Which of these herb names comes first in the title of a classic 1966 album by Simon And Garfunkel?
"Ask the Audience" lifeline used.
• A: Rosemary • B: Sage
• C: Parsley • D: Thyme
Ask the Audience Results: A: 12% • B: 3% • C: 82% • D: 3%
Trevor thought the answer was C: Parsley, but he was not exactly sure, so he asked the audience. Most of the audience agreed with Trevor, so he went for his initial guess and got it right.

$4,000 (7 of 15) - 30 seconds
Category: Leg of Literature
Which of these classic literary characters has a peg leg?
• A: Captain Ahab • B: Don Quixote
• C: Robinson Crusoe • D: Ichabod Crane

$8,000 (8 of 15) - 30 seconds
Category: Where Is It?
Where is the Kuiper Belt?
• A: Inside the human brain • B: Along the California coast
• C: At the Louvre museum • D: In the outer solar system

$16,000 (9 of 15) - 30 seconds
Category: Daddy Justice
What U.S. Supreme Court justice is the father of nine children?
"Ask the Expert" lifeline used.
• A: Clarence Thomas • B: Antonin Scalia
• C: Anthony M. Kennedy • D: John Paul Stevens
Trevor did not know, so he thought it might be a good time to ask the expert, Cokie Roberts. Cokie said it was B: Antonin Scalia, so Trevor went with that and got it right.

$25,000 (10 of 15) - 30 seconds
Category: The Hangover
In the summer hit "The Hangover," a trio of groomsmen search for a lost groom in Las Vegas, eventually finding him where?
• A: The top of the Stratosphere • B: In a fountain at the Bellagio
• C: On the roof of Caesars Palace • D: On the golf course at Wynn

Between the 10th and 11th questions, Regis spoke with $125,000 winner Jason Block, who was in the audience.

$50,000 (11 of 15) - 45 seconds
Category: Barack The Vote
The first U.S. presidential election in which Barack Obama was eligible to vote was won by whom?
"Double Dip" lifeline used.
• A: Lyndon B. Johnson • B: Richard Nixon
• C: Jimmy Carter • D: Ronald Reagan
Trevor was having a little trouble figuring this out, so he decided to double dip. His first guess was D: Ronald Reagan, which turned out to be correct.

$100,000 (12 of 15) - 45 seconds
Category: Advanced Anatomy
Often calculated by anatomists, bizygomatic width is the distance between what two points on the human body?
"Phone-A-Friend" lifeline used.
• A: Cheekbones • B: Nostrils
• C: Shoulders • D: Hips
Trevor knew where the bizygomatic was, so he knew it was not C or D, but he could not narrow it down to one, so he phoned his friend, Miguel from Irvine, California. Miguel was 100% sure it was A: Cheekbones, and Trevor went with his friend and got it right.

$250,000 (13 of 15) - 45 seconds
Category: Bleeding Love
According to legend, what historical figure died of a nosebleed on his wedding night?
• A: Tutankhamun • B: Attila the Hun
• C: Hannibal • D: Montezuma II
Trevor did not know the answer, and he had no more lifelines, so he decided to walk away with $100,000. The correct answer was B: Attila the Hun.

The categories for Trevor's last two questions would've been "Starting Gates" and "Extremely Rare."

Preceded by
Anthony Sloan
U.S. contestants
Trevor Schultz
Succeeded by
Angela Watt

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