Which television actors sang these Top 40 pop hits?

Talk about multitalented stars!

Some actors are an embarrassment of talent. They can make you laugh, make you cry… and make you dance.

Pop music and television took off around the same time together. No wonder there have been many crossover successes over the decades.

We've gathered a dozen of Top 40 pop hits. Pay close attention to their year. See if you can match them to the correct star, show or role!

  1. The star of which sitcom topped the charts with "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" (No. 1, 1973)?
  2. This Western actor topped the charts with "Ringo" (No. 1, 1964). You know him best as which character?
  3. Which '80s action star found a rhythm with "Heartbeat" (No. 5, 1986)?
  4. The song "Johnny Angel" (No. 1, 1962) was sung by the daughter from which sitcom… and later love interest from which sitcom?
  5. Which cast member of 'Charlie's Angels' sang "Think It Over" (No. 34, 1978)?
  6. Which Western "son" sang "Cindy's Birthday" (No. 8, 1962)?
  7. The singer of the smash "Don't Give Up on Us" (No. 1, 1976) could be seen on which action show?
  8. They sang "It's Now or Never" (No. 14, 1981) and played this popular character.
  9. This '80s star belted out "Respect Yourself" (No. 12, 1987).
  10. The singer of "Teach Me Tonight" (No. 25, 1962) could be seen on this cool TV drama at the time.
  11. Which castaway on Gilligan's Island had an unlikely hit with "Delicious" (No. 40, 1958)?
  12. Finally, this icon released a single called "Make Yourself Comfortable" (No. 26, 1955).

Which television actors sang these Top 40 pop hits?

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KSquared 1 hour ago
You got 12 out of 12
Did you find the "Heartbeat"… or just get beat?
Laurean 3 hours ago
10/12 I shouldn't have missed the Route 66 one (George), but I kept thinking of Kooky on Sunset Strip and "Kooky, Kooky Lend me your Comb"! Where was that one anyway?
Tlor 5 hours ago
4 out of 12...just 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6
the rest never heard of..
Margaret 6 hours ago
12 out of 12! Amazing! I didn't know that Andy Griffith recorded "Make Yourself Comfortable " years ago.
denny 1 day ago
11/12 Missed #10. Guessed corectly on Cheryl Ladd, Backus, and Andy.
SheriHeffner 1 day ago
10 out of 112. And Heartbeat? EEEWWWWW! It was awful.
ncadams27 1 day ago
I still wonder how many people bought the Lorne Greene song Ringo because they thought it was about the Beatles drummer. It even includes the word “star”.
I wonder how many still bought a Lorne Greene recording after they heard him (along with Roberts, Blocker and Landon) sing the "Bonanza" theme. [I believe that was in the first episode.]
JHP 2 days ago
7/12 GOOD ol mamas family question (YUK!)
DouglasMorris 2 days ago
10/12! missed numbers 9 and 11 which did me in.
CaroleThorpe 3 days ago
You got 12 out of 12
Did you find the "Heartbeat"… or just get beat?
ELEANOR 3 days ago
So what about DAVID CASSIDY who played Keith on The Partridge Family? They needed to give him some sort of nod.
TheDavBow3 3 days ago
Missed 2 questions. Missed Bruce Willis, picked Hasselhoff and missed Jim Backus, picked Tina Louise. David Soul's song "Don't Give Up On Us Baby" is a great slow song. Let me tell you, George Maharis can sing!! Got all his albums 😊
MarkSpeck 3 days ago
12 out of 12. Had to guess on George Maharis (I would've thought Richard Chamberlain, but he wasn't an option) and Andy Griffith.
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