How much do you know about the secrets Olivia Pope and her staff keep? Take this quiz on "Scandal" to see if you can match wits with this cast of secret-keepers.
Washington was also in the movies "Django Unchained" and "Confirmation."
Rhimes also created the successful television series "Grey's Anatomy."
"Scandal" premiered in the U.S. on April 5, 2012.
The setting for the series is Washington.
Huck is a former assassin for B613.
Olivia Pope & Associates is a public relations agency specializing in crisis management.
"Scandal" is filmed in Los Angeles.
Pope was a White House communications director.
Lowes plays the character Quinn Perkins, a member of Olivia Pope's crisis management team.
Grant ran for president against Democrat Samuel Reston.
Goldwyn also acted in "Divergent."
The ABC television network airs "Scandal."
Each episode of the television series "Scandal" has a runtime of about 43 minutes.
The Huntington Library is in San Marino, California.
Abby was once married to Charles Putney, the son of a former Virginia governor.
The first lady's name is Mellie, which is short for Melody.
Young plays the "Scandal" character Mellie Grant in the television series. Young's audition script featured only two lines of dialogue.
They call themselves "gladiators in suits."
Grant tried to get her fired off his campaign staff when he realized he was falling in love with her.
Previously, Burton had a recurring role in the "Extant" TV series as character Fiona Stanton.
Olivia Pope's middle name is Carolyn.
"We bury the secrets" is not one of the official taglines of the television series "Scandal."
Washington is married to NFL player Nnamdi Asomugha.
The TV-14 rating suggests that a program contains material that many parents would find unsuitable for children under 14 years old.
Diaz also acted in the TV show "Weeds."
Olivia Pope gave Lindsay Dwyer a new identity as Quinn Perkins and eventually hired her.
Beene has a daughter named Ella.
Perry also acted on the popular show "Nash Bridges."
Smith, who served as deputy press secretary to George H.W. Bush, also works as co-executive producer on the series "Scandal."
Actor Joshua Malina plays Rosen.