The act you've known all these years who's coming to Nikon at Jones Beach this week is Sting, who performs there Tuesday. You probably know that Sting's real name is Gordon Sumner, and he got his professional moniker because of a fondness for black-and-gold sweaters that made him look like a bee or hornet. But how much do you really know about him?
2. In the 1979 movie "Quadrophenia," Sting played Ace Face, the charismatic leader of the Mods. To make ends meet, he worked at what less-than-glamorous job?
A. taxi driver
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D. gas station attendant
3. How many children does Sting have?
4. Sting left The Police in 1983 after they played Shea Stadium, a gig that left him frustrated. He likened playing at the Mets' former home to:
A. The bottom of the ocean
B. The moon
D. The Grand Canyon
ANSWERS: 1-D; 2-B; 3-D; 4-C