1. Who is your favorite celebrity? I think there are probably no surprises here -- Johnny Cash. The Man in Black is simply incredible.
2. Who is your least favorite? Hrmmm, that's a tough one. I don't really know that I have a least favorite. I'm sure that there are many celebrities that I don't care too much for, but I typically ignore them. I guess if I had to pick a least favorite, I'll go with shakedown artist Jesse Jackson. If you don't think Jackson counts as a celebrity, I'll go with Don King.
3. Have you ever met or seen any celebrities in real life? Yes. If you want to include politicians, I've met with senators, congressmen, and many local officials. I think it's a sad sign that, in America at least, we are moving towards treating our politicians as celebrities. It brings to mind the observation that (1955) Doc Brown made in Back To The Future -- of course Regan (the actor) is president in 1985 because of the need for all of the television appearances. Not counting politicians, the one celebrity I can remember meeting is Tom Clancy. I met him at his daughter's lacrosse game one day. A few weeks later, I saw him again when I picked up one of his travelling companions at a train station.
4. Would you want to be famous? Why or why not? Probably not. I imagine it's a lot of unnecessary hassle.
5. If you had to trade places with a celebrity for a day, who would you choose and why? Well, for the sake of the question, I'll try to come up with someone. Truth is, I'm pretty happy with my life as it is and am not interested in trading. But, if I had to, I think I'll go with Jay Leno, 'cause he's got some cool motorcycles that I could ride.