Lori Loughlin (1964): Actress who enjoyed sitcom success playing Becky, the girlfriend (and later wife) of John Stamos’ character, Uncle Jesse, on "Full House" (1988-95). Loughlin began her career as a model, and was soon cast on the daytime drama "Edge of Night." Her television success lead to roles on the silver screen in The New Kids (1985), Secret Admirer (1985), Back to the Beach (1987) and The Night Before in 1988. After starring as Rebecca Donaldson on "Full House," Loughlin appeared on the short-lived sitcom, "Hudson Street," opposite Tony Danza. More recently, Loughlin returned to the silver screen in the films Suckers (1999) and Critical Mass (2000), and starred on the short-lived TV series "Eastwick" (2002).

Sally Struthers (1948): Actress who is best known for starring as Gloria Stivic on the classic sitcom, "All in the Family" (1971-78). Playing the role of a woman torn between her narrow-minded father and liberal husband, earned Struthers an Emmy Award in 1972 for Best Supporting Actress. While starring on "All in the Family," Struthers began appearing in television movies including "Aloha Means Good-bye" (1974) and "My Husband is Missing" (1978). She has starred in the films Five Easy Pieces (1970) and The Getaway (1972), and has had a successful career doing voice over work for shows including "The Charmkins," "Duckman" and "The New Adventures of Mother Goose." Struthers has appeared on the TV series "Gloria," "9 to 5" - and more recently "Gilmore Girls," "Still Standing" and popular soap "General Hospital" (2002).

Darryl Hickman (1931): Actor who grew so tired of being an overworked child star, he went into a monastery for 18 months. Hickman had his first starring role on the silver screen in If I Were King (1938), when he was only seven years old. His talent and popularity lead him to sign a five-year contract with MGM studios. As a result, Hickman spent much of his youth on movie sets, filming pictures including The Star Maker (1939), Rhapsody in Blue (1945), Captain Eddie (1945) and Any Number Can Play in 1949. He later gave memorable performances in Tea and Sympathy (1956) and The Tingler (1959), and appeared in Network (1976) and Sharky's Machine (1981). Hickman did a great deal of TV voice work during the 1980s, as well as guest appearances on such shows as "Maude," "All in the Family," "Baywatch" and "The Nanny."

Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis (1929): First lady of the United States who worked as a reporter before marrying John F. Kennedy in 1953. In 1947, Onassis was named, "Debutante of the Year," before going off to complete her education at Vassar College and the Sorbonne. Marrying Kennedy placed Onassis in the political spotlight, for he was one of the most dynamic Senators on Capitol Hill. To the White House, Onassis brought a warmth and grace that has not since been duplicated, and will never be forgotten. Her two children, Caroline and John, were her pride and joy, and she did everything in her power to protect them after their father was assassinated. In 1968, she married Aristotle Onassis, and later in life worked as an Editor for Doubleday Books (1978-94), before passing away in 1994.