Salma Hayek (1968): Actress who left her popular soap opera in Mexico to pursue her dreams of becoming a movie star. Hayekís grandmother wanted young Salma to grow up to be beautiful, so she continually shaved her head and clipped her eyebrows to make her hair shiny and full of body. Well, Hayak grew up to be a gorgeous woman, and she came to Los Angeles in 1991 to learn English and become a star. In 1995, Hayek gave a breakthrough performance, opposite Antonio Banderas, in Desperado, and landed her first leading role in the romantic comedy Fools Rush In in 1997. Hayek has since given stellar performances in 54 (1998), Dogma (1999), Wild Wild West (1999), and Time Code (2000). More recently, she starred in Frida (2002) and Once Upon a Time in Mexico (2003).

Keanu Reeves (1964): Reeves was born in Beirut, Lebanon, but grew up in Canada. After dropping out of high school, Reeves honed his craft on the small screen before being cast in the hockey film Youngblood (1986). Making the move to Hollywood in 1986, Reeves quickly won teen roles in Riverís Edge (1987), Parenthood (1989), and the cult classic Bill and Tedís Excellent Adventure. No matter what part Reeves takes on, whether it be Hamlet on a stage in Winnipeg, or Neo in The Matrix(2000), he is both fascinating and believable. Reevesí other credits include My Own Private Idaho (1991), Point Break (1991), Speed (1994), A Walk in the Clouds (1995), Devilís Advocate (1997) and Hardball (2001). More recently, he reprised his role as Neo in The Matrix Reloaded (2003) and Matrix Revolutions (2003) and appeared in Something's Gotta Give (2003).

Mark Harmon (1951): Actor who was nominated for an Emmy in 1977 for his single, moving scene in the TV movie "Eleanor and Franklin: The White House Years." In 1983, Harmon landed a three year stint on the popular drama "St. Elsewhere," and was named People magazineís "Sexiest Man Alive" in 1986. After "St. Elsewhere," Harmon appeared on the silver screen in Summer School (1987), Stealing Home (1988) and The Presidio (1988), before returning to series television, with co-star Marlee Matlin, in the drama "Reasonable Doubts" (1991-93). In 1996, Harmon joined the cast of the medical hit "Chicago Hope," and starred in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas two years later. More recently, Harmon appeared in Freaky Friday (2003) and Chasing Liberty (2004).

Christa McAuliffe (1948): Teacher who tragically died on the space shuttle Challenger in 1986. McAuliffe received her degree in history from Farmington State College in 1970, and earned her masterís degree in school administration after her first child was born. McAuliffe taught history at Concord high school, and developed a course entitled "The American Woman." In 1984, Mcauliffe learned that NASA was looking for a teacher to fly in the space shuttle and communicate with students from space. McAuliffe was chosen out of 11,500 applicants and trained 114 hours for her flight. On January 26, 1986, Challenger exploded only 73 seconds after lift-off to the horror and disbelief of the country. McAuliffe, a true hero, now has an Academy and Planetarium established in her name.