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  1. Morgan FairchildMorgan Fairchild

    In addition to her accomplishments as an actress, Golden Globe and Emmy nominated Morgan Fairchild is an outspoken and dedicated supporter of AIDS Research efforts, the pro-choice movement and a great range of environmental issues, among others. She starred in Showtime's original movie "I was a Teenage Faust", and in the feature movie "Peril", "Holy Man" with Eddie Murphy and "Pee Wee's Big Adventure". She portrayed 'Chandler's' mother in the hit TV show, "Friends and other television credits include "Roseanne", "Cybill", "Murphy Brown", "Falcon Crest", "Flamingo Road" and "Dallas". She recently guest starred in "That 70's Show" and performed to sell-out audiences around the country in the stage production of "The Graduate", starring as 'Mrs. Robinson'. Her Old Navy TV commercial is a cult with the young market. Out of the limelight, Morgan is a collector of movie memorabilia; is a ballet fan and interested in anthropology and paleontology.

  2. Joe PantolianoJoe Pantoliano

    Where to start with Joey Pants? Pants did some work on the small screen (Hill Street Blues, others) before leaping to the big screen in a string of memorable roles - Guido the pimp in Risky Business, the bail bondsman Eddie Moscone in Midnight Run, Jennifer Tilly's mobster boyfriend Caesar in Bound, and the traitorous Cypher in The Matrix. Back on the tube, Joe brought high energy to The Sopranos as Ralph Cifaretto, before he literally lost his head (and won an Emmy in 2003 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series).

  3. Michael CoponMichael Copon

    Michael Copon was was born in Chesapeake, Virginia. You first saw him as Lucas Kendall, the Blue Ranger on Power Rangers: Time Force, the ninth version of the Power Rangers series which aired in 2001. He joined the cast of the WB's One Tree Hill in its second season, playing Felix, who hooked up with Brooke (Sophia Bush).

  4. Bai LingBai Ling

    Bai Ling began her career at the age of 14 when she enlisted in the Chinese People's Liberation Army and performed for troops in Tibet for three years. She emigrated to the US in 1991 and headed to Hollywood, where she was quickly cast as the villain Myca in The Crow. Roles in Oliver Stone's Nixon, Red Corner (co-starring with Richard Gere), and Wild Wild West followed. So she's on the rise: Ling recently played a "Mysterious Woman" in Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow and a "Punky Photographer" in Lords of Dogtown.

  5. Carmine Gotti AgnelloCarmine Gotti Agnello

    Carmine Gotti Agnello's nickname is "Mr. Quiet but Cunning." He is the son of Victoria Gotti (the daughter of late mob boss John Gotti) and Carmine Agnello, a made member of the Gambino crime family who is currently doing time for arson and racketeering. His claim to fame: appearing with his mother and two younger brothers - John Gotti Jr. and Frank, collectively known as the Hotti Gottis - on the reality show Growing Up Gotti.

  6. Larry HolmesLarry Holmes

    Larry Holmes' professional boxing career begin in 1973 and ended in 2002; during that time he racked up 69 wins - 44 by knockout - and six losses. Larry's most notable opponents included Evander Holyfield, Mike Tyson, and Muhammad Ali, against whom he successfully defended his WBC Heavyweight Title in 1980. Larry has also been a success outside the ring, with interests in real estate properties, a travel agency, and restaurants. he also makes appearances as a motivational speaker. 

  7. Kim AlexisKim Alexis

    Kim Alexis was discovered by the Elite Talent Agency at age 18. She moved to NYC and quickly earned "supermodel" status throughout the '80s, becoming the face of Revlon cosmetics and appearing on the cover of more than 500 magazines, with multiple appearances on Cosmopolitan, Mademoiselle, Glamour, and Vogue, and six turns in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue. Kim has also done a bit of acting, most notably in the 1998 Eddie Murphy film Holy Man.. She's married to former NHL star Ron Duguay.

  8. Antonio Sabato Jr.Antonio Sabato Jr.

    Antonio arrived from Italy when he was 12, settling with his actor father and family in California. Eight years later he was a regular on General Hospital, and named one of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People." He left the soap for a stint on the short-lived Steven Spielberg series Earth 2, but soon bounced back with an attention-grabbing turn as Heather Locklear's hot-headed husband on Melrose Place. After a string of TV movies in the mid-'90s, Antonio became a Calvin Klein underwear spokes-model. He recently returned to soaps, playing Dante Damiano on The Bold and the Beautiful.

  9. Morgan FairchildMorgan Fairchild

    In addition to her accomplishments as an actress, Golden Globe and Emmy nominated Morgan Fairchild is an outspoken and dedicated supporter of AIDS Research efforts, the pro-choice movement and a great range of environmental issues, among others. She starred in Showtime's original movie "I was a Teenage Faust", and in the feature movie "Peril", "Holy Man" with Eddie Murphy and "Pee Wee's Big Adventure". She portrayed 'Chandler's' mother in the hit TV show, "Friends and other television credits include "Roseanne", "Cybill", "Murphy Brown", "Falcon Crest", "Flamingo Road" and "Dallas". She recently guest starred in "That 70's Show" and performed to sell-out audiences around the country in the stage production of "The Graduate", starring as 'Mrs. Robinson'. Her Old Navy TV commercial is a cult with the young market. Out of the limelight, Morgan is a collector of movie memorabilia; is a ballet fan and interested in anthropology and paleontology.

  10. Myrka DellanosMyrka Dellanos

    For over a decade, Myrka Dellanos has been a U.S. born, bilingual and unparalleled broadcast journalist in the Spanish television market. At least 20 million viewers throughout the United states, Latin-America and worldwide have come to embrace and welcome this two-time Emmy award winning journalist into their homes and families. In the last year she was selected as Time Inc.'s "Star of the Year" for People En Espanol magazine in their premiere double issue for December 2004, January 2005.

    Today, Myrka hosts her own prime time show on Univision Televison Network called, "Exclusively with Myrka Dellanos", or "En Exclusiva con Myrka Dellanos", where she is able to do what she is most passionate about, interview others. With her journalistic background and unique access to the stars and newsmakers of the day, her program is an up-close and personal encounter with the people who are most loved by her viewers.

  11. Joe PantolianoJoe Pantoliano

    Where to start with Joey Pants? Pants did some work on the small screen (Hill Street Blues, others) before leaping to the big screen in a string of memorable roles - Guido the pimp in Risky Business, the bail bondsman Eddie Moscone in Midnight Run, Jennifer Tilly's mobster boyfriend Caesar in Bound, and the traitorous Cypher in The Matrix. Back on the tube, Joe brought high energy to The Sopranos as Ralph Cifaretto, before he literally lost his head (and won an Emmy in 2003 for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Drama Series).

  12. Michael CoponMichael Copon

    Michael Copon was was born in Chesapeake, Virginia. You first saw him as Lucas Kendall, the Blue Ranger on Power Rangers: Time Force, the ninth version of the Power Rangers series which aired in 2001. He joined the cast of the WB's One Tree Hill in its second season, playing Felix, who hooked up with Brooke (Sophia Bush).

  13. Bai LingBai Ling

    Bai Ling began her career at the age of 14 when she enlisted in the Chinese People's Liberation Army and performed for troops in Tibet for three years. She emigrated to the US in 1991 and headed to Hollywood, where she was quickly cast as the villain Myca in The Crow. Roles in Oliver Stone's Nixon, Red Corner (co-starring with Richard Gere), and Wild Wild West followed. So she's on the rise: Ling recently played a "Mysterious Woman" in Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow and a "Punky Photographer" in Lords of Dogtown.

  14. Carmine Gotti AgnelloCarmine Gotti Agnello

    Carmine Gotti Agnello's nickname is "Mr. Quiet but Cunning." He is the son of Victoria Gotti (the daughter of late mob boss John Gotti) and Carmine Agnello, a made member of the Gambino crime family who is currently doing time for arson and racketeering. His claim to fame: appearing with his mother and two younger brothers - John Gotti Jr. and Frank, collectively known as the Hotti Gottis - on the reality show Growing Up Gotti.

  15. Larry HolmesLarry Holmes

    Larry Holmes' professional boxing career begin in 1973 and ended in 2002; during that time he racked up 69 wins - 44 by knockout - and six losses. Larry's most notable opponents included Evander Holyfield, Mike Tyson, and Muhammad Ali, against whom he successfully defended his WBC Heavyweight Title in 1980. Larry has also been a success outside the ring, with interests in real estate properties, a travel agency, and restaurants. he also makes appearances as a motivational speaker. 

  16. Kim AlexisKim Alexis

    Kim Alexis was discovered by the Elite Talent Agency at age 18. She moved to NYC and quickly earned "supermodel" status throughout the '80s, becoming the face of Revlon cosmetics and appearing on the cover of more than 500 magazines, with multiple appearances on Cosmopolitan, Mademoiselle, Glamour, and Vogue, and six turns in Sports Illustrated's swimsuit issue. Kim has also done a bit of acting, most notably in the 1998 Eddie Murphy film Holy Man.. She's married to former NHL star Ron Duguay.

  17. Antonio Sabato Jr.Antonio Sabato Jr.

    Antonio arrived from Italy when he was 12, settling with his actor father and family in California. Eight years later he was a regular on General Hospital, and named one of People Magazine's "50 Most Beautiful People." He left the soap for a stint on the short-lived Steven Spielberg series Earth 2, but soon bounced back with an attention-grabbing turn as Heather Locklear's hot-headed husband on Melrose Place. After a string of TV movies in the mid-'90s, Antonio became a Calvin Klein underwear spokes-model. He recently returned to soaps, playing Dante Damiano on The Bold and the Beautiful.

  18. Myrka DellanosMyrka Dellanos

    For over a decade, Myrka Dellanos has been a U.S. born, bilingual and unparalleled broadcast journalist in the Spanish television market. At least 20 million viewers throughout the United states, Latin-America and worldwide have come to embrace and welcome this two-time Emmy award winning journalist into their homes and families. In the last year she was selected as Time Inc.'s "Star of the Year" for People En Espanol magazine in their premiere double issue for December 2004, January 2005.

    Today, Myrka hosts her own prime time show on Univision Televison Network called, "Exclusively with Myrka Dellanos", or "En Exclusiva con Myrka Dellanos", where she is able to do what she is most passionate about, interview others. With her journalistic background and unique access to the stars and newsmakers of the day, her program is an up-close and personal encounter with the people who are most loved by her viewers.