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'Better a witty fool than a foolish wit': Name the person behind the quote

William Shakespeare turns 450 today. Credit: PA

Britain's most recognisable playwright, William Shakespeare, turns 450 today.

As part of the celebrations, pick the person behind the quote:

1.) "A horse! A horse! A kingdom for my horse!"

Who said it - Shakespeare or Zara Phillips?

Zara Phillips is 15th in line to the throne and an Olympic silver medallist. Credit: PA

2.) "Some are born great, some achieve greatness and some have greatness thrust upon them."

Sir Richard Branson or Shakespeare?

3.) "Better sexy and racy than sexist and racist."

Stephen Fry or Shakespeare?

Stephen Fry played Malvolio in Twelfth Night at the Apollo in London. Credit: PA

4.) "There is a great woman behind every idiot."

Shakespeare or John Lennon?

5.) "There's daggers in men's smiles."

Shakespeare or Morrissey?

Morrissey is also a writer - he penned a best-selling memoir which polarised critics. Credit: PA

6.) "Think like a Queen. A Queen is not afraid to fail."

Shakespeare or Oprah?

7.) "Cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war!"

Shakespeare or Vladimir Putin?

Russian President Vladimir Putin has been accused of exploiting tensions in the Ukraine to annex Crimea. Credit: Reuters

8.) "There's a fire starting in my heart, reaching a fever pitch, it's bringing me out the dark."

Shakespeare or Adele?

9.) "How sharper than a serpent's tooth it is to have a thankless child!"

Shakespeare or Jeremy Kyle?

The Jeremy Kyle show frequently deals with families on the brink. Credit: Jeremy Kyle/ITV

10.) "These violent delights have violent ends."

Shakespeare or Taylor Swift?

Answers

1.) Shakespeare - Richard III in Richard III

2.) Shakespeare - Malvolio in Twelfth Night

3.) Stephen Fry

4.) John Lennon

5.) Shakespeare - Donalbain, Macbeth

6.) Oprah

7.) Shakespeare - Julius Caeser in Julius Caeser

8.) Adele - Rolling in the deep

9.) Shakespeare - King Lear in King Lear

10.) Shakespeare - Friar Laurence, Romeo and Juliet