Andie MacDowell (1958): Actress who was a former Calvin Klein model before landing her first feature film role as Jane in the 1984 movie Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan, Lord of the Apes. By the release of her third film, the sleeper hit Sex, Lies and Video Tape, MacDowell had established herself as a serious Hollywood contender. Her talent for light comedy led to roles in the films Green Card, Groundhog Day, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Multiplicity and Michael. More recently, MacDowell appeared in The Last Sign (2004) and Beauty Shop in 2005.

Rick DeMont (1956): American swimmer who won the gold medal in the 400-meter freestyle at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich. Shortly after his victory, however, DeMont was stripped of his medal by the International Olympic Committee due to a failed drug test. Rick claimed that he was taking the drugs Marax and Actifed as well as receiving weekly shots to control an asthma condition, all of which he listed on his medical statement. Despite two appeals to the United States Olympic Committee, DeMont has been unsuccessful in reclaiming his gold medal.

Tony Danza (1951): Boxer turned actor who made his debut in 1978 playing Tony Banta on the hit television sitcom, "Taxi." In 1984, he went on to play Tony Micelli, a former baseball player who becomes a male housekeeper, on the long running comedy series, "Whos the Boss." In the 1990s, Danza had little success with two short-lived sitcom attempts including "Hudson Street". Feature films for Tony include Hollywood Knights, Going Ape, Cannonball Run II, Shes Out of Control, Angels in the Outfield and A Brooklyn State of Mind. He also starred in the 1997 television movie remake of the classic film, Twelve Angry Men. More recently, he starred in the film The Whisper, and has been hosting and producing the talk show "The Tony Danza Show" since 2004.

Charles Grodin (1935): Actor whose diverse screen roles have included being obstetrician to Rosemary's Baby, love interest to Miss Piggy in The Great Muppet Caper and playing opposite a St. Bernard in the Beethoven movies. Grodin won critical acclaim for his performances in the films The Heartbreak Kid, Heaven Can Wait and Midnight Run. An accomplished writer, director, and producer, he has authored three books, including It Would Be So Nice If You Weren't Here and is a fan-favorite talk show guest due to his trademark shtick of launching verbal attacks on the host. From 1996-1998, Grodin got a taste of his own medicine as the host of his own prime-time talk show on MSNBC. Additional film credits include Seems Like Old Times, Its My Turn, The Woman in Red, Ishtar, The Couch Trip, Dave and Clifford.

Queen Elizabeth II (1926): Born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary, she is the reigning queen of Great Britain, a title she has held since 1953 following the death of her father George VI. She is married to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh and is the mother of four children: Charles, Prince of Wales, Anne, Andrew and Edward. Throughout her reign, Elizabeth II has seen vast changes in the lives of her people and in the power and prestige of her nation. After World War II, Great Britain suffered great economic difficulties. Many industries were nationalized, and in 1973 Great Britain became a member of the European Economic Community. By the early 1980s, some 40 former British colonies, protectorates, and mandate territories had been granted their independence. In 1992, the Queen and Prince Charles became the first monarchs to pay income taxes on their personal income.