Alison Eastwood (1972): Actress who began her career as a model at the age of 22. Daughter of renowned actor/director Clint Eastwood, Alison was not always drawn to the bright lights of Hollywood. Growing up, Alison did not embrace the Eastwood legacy because she felt filmmaking took her father away from her too much. It wasnít until her film debut in 1995's Tightrope that Eastwood knew she belonged in show business. Since then, Eastwood has gone on to star in Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (which her father directed), Breakfast of Champions, Friends and Lovers, If You Only Knew and Poolhall Junkies.

Naomi Campbell (1970): Model who was discovered in a shopping mall at the age of fifteen. Only a few years into her modeling career, Campbell became the first black model to ever appear on the covers of "Time Magazine" and the French and British editions of "Vogue." Campbell is one of an elite group of women that has earned the title of "supermodel." She has graced numerous magazine covers and is continually in demand for fashion shows around the globe. Modeling opened many doors for Campbell, and she has gone on to have a successful acting career with roles in Spike Leeís Girl 6 and the film, Miami Rhapsody.

Johnny Gill (1966): Musician who started singing in his familyís group, "Wings of Faith," at age five. Gill began a solo career in 1983, and had an R&B top 10 hit in 1984 with the song, "Perfect Combination." Still, it was not until Gill joined the pop group "New Addition" in 1988 that he reached superstar status. Gill was brought in to replace singer Bobby Brown, so he became a part of "New Addition" at the height of its success. When Gill launched his solo career again in 1990, his self-titled album "Johnny Gill" went on to sell over a million copies, and topped the R&B charts. Gill reunited briefly with "New Edition" in 1996 and also released a solo album, "Let's Get the Mood Right" later that year. "Favorites" was released in 1997, and "Ultimate Collection" in 2002.

Bernie Taupin (1950): Songwriter who is known for his award-winning collaborations with artist, Elton John. Growing up in rural England, Taupin always had a fascination with the rock music of "The Beatles" and "The Rolling Stones." His incredible gift for writing song lyrics lead him to a 27-year collaboration with Elton John. Rivaled only by the work of John Lennon and Paul McCartney, Taupin and John could easily be considered the most successful musical team of all time. Taupin's moving lyrics have sold over 100 million albums including, "Your Song," "Candle in the Wind," "Two Rooms" and "Made in England." Taupin won ASCAPís Songwriter of the Year award in 1994 and had been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Paul Winfield (1938): Actor who has had over 70 featured roles in TV and movies throughout his career. Winfield originally set out to be a college professor, but once he started to enjoy the taste of fame he got from walk-on roles in television, he decided to pursue an acting career. Winfield has been seen in a variety of films including Terminator, Presumed Innocent and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan. He was nominated for a Best Actor Oscar in 1973 for his portrayal of Nathan Lee Morgan in the film Sounder. Television audiences would recognize Winfield from his performances in "Roots II," and his Emmy-winning role as Judge Harold Nance in the series, "Picket Fences."