Josie Bissett (1970): Actress who is most famous for playing "Jane Mancini" on the seductive evening drama, "Melrose Place." Bissett grew up in Seattle and started appearing in print ads when she was just 12 years old. In an effort to launch her acting career, Bissett made the move to Hollywood at the age of 17. She soon secured a recurring role on the sitcom "The Hogan Family," and only two years later was hired by producer, Aaron Spelling to move into scandalous neighborhood of "Melrose Place." Bissett has appeared in television movies including "All-American Murder" (1991), "Mikey" (1992), "Deadly Vows" (1994), "Dare to Love" (1995), "Secrets" (1995) and "Baby Monitor: Sound of Fear" in 1998.

Patrick Ewing (1962): Former basketball player who, while in college, appeared in 3 NCAA Championship Games and was named the Tournament MVP in 1984. Ewing was named "Player of the Year" in 1985, and was the number one pick out of Georgetown University. He began his professional career in New York and played there for most of his career. A team leader in scoring and rebounding, Ewing was elected President of the NBA Players Association in 1997. Ewing was also a favorite on the court as part of the All-Star team line-up, and earned his second Olympic Gold Medal (he earned his first as a collegiate player in 1984) when he was part of the 1992 Dream Team. Patrick has since retired and is now an assistant coach for the Houston Rockets.

Maureen McCormick (1956): Actress who will forever be synonymous with the phrase, "Marcia, Marcia, Marcia!" McCormick began her acting career as the voice of the Chatty Cathy doll, and rose to sitcom fame playing the perpetually perfect Marcia Brady on "The Brady Bunch" (1969-74). The whole cast has since become pop icons, for the series has spawned tours, spin-offs, tell-all books, reunion specials and two hit feature film adaptations in the ‘90s. McCormick took a break from acting in the early ‘80s to focus on her family, but returned to rave reviews when she starred as Rizzo in the Broadway production of "Grease." Since then, McCormick has starred in the TV movie "Get to the Heart: The Barbara Mandrell Story" (1997) and theatrical films such as The Million Dollar Kid (1999) and Jane White is Sick & Twisted in 2002.

Loni Anderson (1946): Actress who became a media sensation while starring on the hit CBS sitcom, "WKRP in Cincinnati" (1978-82). Before playing the popular receptionist, Jennifer Marlowe, Anderson paid the bills by winning roles in TV commercials and securing Beauty Contest titles. Even after “WKRP in Cincinnati” went off the air, Anderson was a staple on Bob Hope specials and appeared in many television movies. Anderson’s credits include "The Jayne Mansfield Story" (1980), "My Mother’s Secret Life" (1984), "A Whisper Kills" (1988), "The Price She Paid" (1992) and "Deadly Family Secrets" in 1995. She also appeard in A Night at the Roxbury in 1998.

Erika Slezak (1946): Actress who has earned five Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress for playing Victoria Lord Carpenter on "One Life To Live." Slezak attended the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, and from the time she was a young child, knew that she wanted to be an actress. Before making her debut on "One Life To Live," Slezak was a member of the Milwaukee Repertory Company and later, the Alley Theater in Houston. While starring on "One Life To Live," Slezak has dealt with challenging story roles, including one where her character struggled with multiple personality disorder.