Jessica Biel (1982): Actress who enjoyed breakthrough success when she landed the role of the rebellious teenage daughter, Mary Camden, on the WB drama “7th Heaven”. As a child, Jessica dreamed of pursuing a music career, and she began appearing in productions of “Annie”, “The Sound of Music” and “Beauty and the Beast” when she was just 9 years old. Her stunning good looks quickly earned her modeling work as she entered her teen years, and soon after winning a scholarship to the Young Actor’s Space in Los Angeles, Biel was cast on “7th Heaven”. The exposure she gained from the series facilitated Jessica’s leap to the silver screen, and her acclaimed performance in 1997’s Ulee’s Gold made her one of the most sought-after young actresses in Hollywood. Biel has appeared in Summer Catch (2001), The Rules of Attraction (2002) and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003).

David Faustino (1974): Actor who is most recognized for his portrayal of the bawdy Bud Bundy on the long-running Fox series “Married With Children” (1987-97). Faustino found himself in front of the camera at an early age, for by the time he was just 3 months old, he was playing Lily Tomlin’s child in a comedy special. By 1983, David had starred on “Little House on the Prairie” and in the feature films I Ought to Be in Pictures and The Star Chamber. A pint-sized Hollywood veteran, Faustino was never at a lack for work, and after a brief stint on the sitcom “I Had Three Wives”, Faustino landed a steady acting job on Fox’s runaway hit “Married With Children”. Since the series ended after an impressive 10-year run in 1987, Faustino has appeared in the films 12 Bucks (1998), Totally Irresponsible (2000) and The Heist (2000).

Jackie Joyner-Kersee (1962): Track and field star who became the first African American woman to win an Olympic gold medal in the long jump. Kersee lead both the basketball and track and field teams to victory while she was in high school, and as a result she won an athletic scholarship to UCLA. With her history degree in hand, Kersee went on to pursue her Olympic dreams, and she garnered a silver medal in the heptathlon at the 1984 Olympics. The first of many medals, Kersee brought an additional 3 gold medals and 1 bronze medal home to America after her thrilling performances at the ’88 and ’92 games. In recent years, Kersee has been involved in a myriad of business endeavors which include becoming a motivational speaker, working as a sports marketing agent, and founding the Jackie Joyner-Kersee foundation, which helps underprivileged children.

Jennifer Warnes (1947): Gifted vocalist who has crossed over musical genres to enjoy success singing movies themes, Broadway tunes and pop music. Warnes started out in show business as a regular on “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour”. After delighting audiences as a member of the original cast of the L.A. production of “Hair”, Jennifer secured a recording contract. In 1968, Warnes released her debut album, “…I Can Remember Everything”, and the following year her sophomore effort, “See Me, Feel Me, Touch Me, Heal Me!” was met with tepid response. Then, in 1977, Jennifer finally made a mark on both the pop and country Billboard Charts with the single “Right Time of the Night”. Her first number one song was the love theme, “Up Where We Belong” from the film An Officer and a Gentleman, and after her platinum-selling success, Warnes went on to become a diva of movie ballads. Her most popular duet was “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” from the box office sensation Dirty Dancing.