Alison Sweeney (1976): Actress who stars as the devious Samantha Brady on the soap opera "Days of Our Lives." Sweeny decided she wanted to be an actress when she was in elementary school, and soon began appearing in guest spots on "St. Elsewhere," "Brand New Life" and "Tales From the Dark Side." In 1993, Sweeney joined the cast of her favorite soap, "Days of Our Lives," and has been an integral part of the show for the past 11 years. Some of Sweeney’s most memorable story lines include Sammy suffering from rape and bulimia, and almost being executed by lethal injection.

Trisha Yearwood (1964): Musician who reached the top of the country charts with her debut single, "She’s in Love With the Boy." Yearwood began to make her mark on Nashville when Garth Brooks hired her as one of his backup singers. She soon gained the attention of producer, Garth Fundis, and started recoding songs of her own. Yearwood released her self-titled debut album in 1991, and won the Academy of Country Music’s Top New Female Vocalist Award in 1992. She has since released the gold and platinum albums "Hearts in Armor" (1992), "The Song Remembers When" (1993), "Thinkin’ About You" (1995), "Everybody Knows" (1996), "Where Your Road Leads" (1998) and "Real Live Woman" (2000).

Joan Lunden (1950): Reporter who rose to prominence as a co-host of "Good Morning America." Lunden joined ABC’s "Eyewitness News" team in 1975, and became a part of "Good Morning America" the following year. In addition to her work as a co-host, Lunden hosted the prime-time series of specials "Behind Closed Doors With Joan Lunden," which gave viewers an inside glimpse of the Betty Ford Clinic and the Central Intelligence Agency. Some of the other events that Lunden hosted include, the Disney World Christmas Parade, the Disney Easter Parade and the Rose Bowl Parade. Throughout her career at ABC, Lunden received the National Women’s Political Caucus Award, a Matrix Award for excellence in the communications field, and she served as the national spokesperson for MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving).

Jeremy Irons (1948): Actor who won an Oscar for his performance in 1990’s Reversal of Fortune. The early part of Irons’ career was spent on the stage, and he earned the praise of the critics for his work in "Godspell," and a Tony Award for his performance in "The Real Thing." Not looking to be the most popular character on the big screen, Irons often chooses roles that are controversial, sordid and disturbing. Some of his most memorable films include The Mission (1986), The House of the Spirits (1993), The Lion King (1994), Stealing Beauty (1996), Lolita (1997) and Callas Fever in 2002. More recently, Irons appeared in The Time Machine (2002) and The Merchant of Venice in 2004.

Adam West (1928): Actor who is known to fans across the nation as Batman. Before taking on the role of the caped crusader, West appeared on episodes of "Maverick" and "Robert Taylor’s Detectives." In 1965, he won the part of millionaire Bruce Wayne, and while the show itself was campy, West took his role quite seriously. While West may have tried to distance himself from his superhero persona once the series ended, he has grown to embrace the love and adulation he receives from fans across the globe. In addition to occasionally lending his voice to one the many animated Batman shows, West has appeared in "Night Raiders" (1990), "Return Fire" (1991), "Ghost Cars" (1995) and "Joyride" (1997). From 2000 to 2002, he lent his voice to the TV series "Family Guy" as Mayor Adam West.