1. She went through three prominent surnames: Her French-American father, a privileged boozer and womanizer; her Irish-American husband, a privileged boozer and womanizer; and her Greek second husband, a shipping magnate.
2. The point of old money is this family of French Revolution refugees who opened a gunpowder factory in America, and by the Civil War were the main suppliers to the Union Army. Today they are worth $15billion.
3. His mother is Jewish so his first name is Hebrew for “gift of God,” this French American actor recently spent 72 hours livestreaming himself watching all of his movies.
4. Not to be confused with the French-Canadian hockey player, but a French-Canadian prospector who has a U.S. state capital namesake.
5. Ben Stiller had trouble with his name, this retired football player whose family helped settle and establish relations with Gulf Coast Indians on behalf of France.
6. Born Francois Henri, this influential entrepreneur and television personality was given a seat on California’s Council on Physical Fitness, thanks to Arnold Schwarzenegger.
7. Though his father was from Quebec and he is known for his French, Cajun and Creole culinary styles, he said his love of the craft was instilled in him at a Portuguese bakery. Courtesy of The Democratic Republic of Trivia