Pop singer who is one-fifth of the boy band IM5.
Pop singer who is one-fifth of the boy band IM5.
Movie actress who became famous for her role in Wayne's World.
He won an Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the film Jerry Maguire.
Handsome African American movie star who appeared in Rent and How Stella Got Her Groove Back.
Punjabi singer and actor whose first album Chakkh Lai is considered one of the highest-selling Punjabi albums ever made.
He became known for his role as Crosby Braverman on Parenthood.
Blue Crush actress who debuted in The Horse Whisperer.
Ukrianian-born professional ballroom dancer and runner-up in several Dancing With the Stars competitions.
Prolific author of science fiction books, including The Foundation Series and The Robot Series. He is considered part of The Golden Age of Science Fiction.
Beverly Hills 90210 actress who played Andrea Zuckerman.
Spanish actress who gained fame with American audiences for her roles in Spanglish and The Spirit.
NBA guard who played the majority of his career for the Chicago Bulls.
Grammy Award-winning musician who wrote "Paradise Lost: Shadows and Wings," the acclaimed musical; known for his choral works.
Country singer-songwriter who sang "King of the Road," "Dang Me," and "England Swings."
Popular actress who starred on BET's Let's Stay Together, and on the acclaimed ABC Family drama, Lincoln Heights.
French striker who joined the Queen Park Rangers in 2013 after three years with Marseille.
A Zookeeper and host of Jack Hanna's Animal Adventures and Jack Hanna's Into The Wild.
Member of the comedic Wayans family; contributed to the parody films, "Dance Flick" from 2009 and "Scary Movie 2" from 2001.
Supermodel whose secured highly profitable contracts with Calvin Klein, Maybelline, and Versace, among several others.
Played the role of Gannicus in the Starz show, Spartacus: Gods of the Arena, and its two related series, Spartacus: Vengeance and Spartacus: War of the Damned.
British Major General who fought in the War of Austrian Succession, the Jacobite uprising, and the Seven Years War.
Portrayed the role of Stephanie Johnson on the soap opera, Days of our Lives.
The longest-serving Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives in US history who was Illinois congressman for twenty years.
MLB designated hitter who spent his entire 18-year career with the Seattle Mariners and was one of the most beloved players in franchise history.
Former Pro football player and sports commentator who announced that he would run for the senate in 2011.
The Facts of Life actress is best remembered for playing Sue Ann Weaver.
Equestrian who is a two-time Olympic silver medalist.
Joanne Moltisanti, Christopher's mother, on 'The Sopranos' also wrote an acclaimed account of her real-life son's life.
Athletic quarterback who led Notre Dame to the BCS National Championship game in 2012, where they were decimated by Alabama.
Televangelist and a former co-host with his then-wife Tammy Faye Bakker of The PTL Club, a popular evangelical Christian television program.
Reality Star most known for her appearance on the Bravo show, Real Housewives of Atlanta; started the now defunct 'She by Sheree' clothing line.
Nicknamed Sweet Pea, he won the gold medal as a lightweight boxer in the 1984 Olympic games in Los Angeles.
Father of the Australian aircraft industry; winner of the Oswald Watt Gold Medal.
A fashion photographer who first began working with British Vogue magazine in 1960.
American comedic actor and writer who became known for films like Postal and Black Dynamite.
Poet and author whose acquaintance with James Madison secured his position as editor of "The National Gazette."
Son of Sandra Brown who has acted on The Young and the Restless and Guiding Light.
Played the role of Taylor on the TV series Flight 29 Down with Johnny Pacar.
Nicknamed "The Duke", WBO World Heavyweight Champion from June 1993–Oct 1993, known for appearing in Rocky V.
NASCAR driver who began his career in 1991.
Prolific TV actress was Claire Greene, Gerald McRaney's wife, on the shows Touched by an Angel and Promised Land.
At the end of the 19th century, he purchased land that today forms the Northeast section of Central Park in New York City.
British Army Major who was awarded the prestigious Victoria Cross in 1944.
Comedic English actress who became known for her roles in Shaun of the Dead (2004) and Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties (2006).
NFL running back who played with the league for 12 seasons from 1969 to 1981 and was a Super Bowl VI champion while playing for the Dallas Cowboys.
Career film and television actress was seen portraying Lila Quartermaine on the daytime soap opera General Hospital.
Actor who appeared in in The China Syndrome and The Dogs of War.
Drummer and music producer who appeared on "Bad Girls" by Donna Summer, among other hit songs.
Star of the Twin Peaks televisions series and film who performed under the stage name James Marshall.
Model and singer gained national reality fame by winning VH1's Flavor of Love 2.