1. Christopher KnightChristopher Knight

    Christopher Knight will be forever known as "Peter" the middle son on the long-running television series The Brady Bunch (1969-1974). Chris is still adored by millions today as the show lives on in syndication around the world. Knight has maintained an arm's length relationship with the entertainment industry throughout the last 14 years; he has established himself as a high tech entrepreneur during this period. As co-founder of Eskape Labs, Knight has brought to market a series of external video devices that make computers function like televisions and VCRs. In 2003, Knight returned to Los Angeles in order to place himself closer to the entertainment industry and since has landed work with the Travel Channel as a host as well as stints on Discovery Body Challenge, Pyramid, and several cable game shows.Click here for more on Chris!

  2. Jane WiedlinJane Wiedlin

    Jane Wiedlin spent years in the studio and on stage with the Go-Go's and then moved to a Third World country (two actually) and wrote a highly amusing book about it. Rolling Stone magazine called her last solo album, Kissproof World, a "solo tour de force by an entrepreneur, actress and rock goddess." The actress comment reflected her work in several movies including Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Star Trek IV, Clue and Sleeping Beauty. Jane also played a recurring character on the Emmy-nominated MTV soap opera Spyder Games. As a voice actor, she contributed unique voices for animated projects such as Tom & Jerry, Batman the Animated Series, King of the Hill, Pinky and the Brain and two of the Scooby Doo movies, among other shows. She had lived the typical musician's life in Los Angeles, doing typical musician things until, bored and restless, she moved to Costa Rica on a whim. It quickly became obvious to Jane that it REALLY IS A JUNGLE OUT THERE. She has lived in the middle of it, creating some new memories, which shechronicled in a diary of experiences entitled This Godforsaken Paradise. Since then she has purchased 500 acres of forest in the mountains of Panama where she is planning to build a small but luxurious resort for nature lovers.Click here for more on Jane!

  3. Joanie 'Chyna Doll' LaurerJoanie 'Chyna Doll' Laurer

    Chyna Doll (Joanie Laurer) attended Killer Kowalski's Wrestling School in 1995, which is where she met Hunter Hearst Helmsley. Voted "Rookie Of The Year 1996" by the PGWA, Joanie became part of the WWF family in 1997 by making her debut as "Chyna Doll," Triple H's valet. Ringside announcers soon declared her "The Ninth Wonder Of The World" since she was physically one of the largest (5'10" / 190 lbs.) women anyone in the wrestling world had ever seen. In January 1999 Chyna Doll became the first woman to compete in a Royal Rumble PPV as she continued her assault on the WWF men's division. Not content in just confronting her one time mentor Triple she decided to battle the two Superstars of the WWF - Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock - and held her own against either in several matches. Going from a physical female "brawler" to a full blown Diva, Chyna Doll showed women that it was possible to make it in the testosterone male world of the WWF, and how to do it with class!Click here for more on Chyna Doll!

  4. Verne TroyerVerne Troyer

    Verne J. Troyer is best known for his role as Mini-Me, Dr. Evil's smaller and more concentrated pure evil protege, in the summer 1999 hit comedy Austin Powers 2 - The Spy Who Shagged Me. Although the thirty year old, 32 inch tall actor has just recently become recognized as a "Big Man in the business," Verne has been working in show business as an actor and stuntman for several years. Troyer, born on January 1, 1969 in Sturgis, Michigan, had always dreamed of getting into showbiz. Shortly after his high school graduation in 1987 Verne moved with some friends to Arlington, Texas where in 1993 he got his first break into showbiz as a stunt double for a 9 month old baby on a film called Baby's Day Out.Click here for more on Verne!

  5. Da BratDa Brat

    Da Brat was one of the first of a new breed of hard-edged female MCs to hit the hip-hop scene during the '90s. Da Brat was born Shawntae Harris in Chicago in 1974, and started rapping at age 11. Still a teenager, she was discovered by producer Jermaine Dupri in 1992, when she won an amateur rap contest and got a chance to meet Dupri's proteges Kris Kross. With their endorsement, Dupri signed her to his So So Def label and produced her debut album, Funkdafied, which was released in 1994. The title track was an enormous hit, going to number two on the R&B charts and spending nearly three months on top of the rap singles chart. Its success -- as well as that of the follow-up singles "Fa All Y'All" and "Give It 2 You" -- helped Da Brat become the first female rapper ever to have a platinum-selling album. Funkdafied also hit number one on the R&B album chart, a staggering achievement for a debut release by a female rapper. For her 1996 follow-up, Anuthatantrum, Da Brat took greater control of her music and persona, scoring hits with "Sittin' on Top of the World" and "Ghetto Love." The album was another commercial success, returning her to the R&B Top Five and the pop Top 20. In its wake, Da Brat made high-profile cameo appearances on records by the likes of Mariah Carey, Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott, and Lil' Kim, among others. She also made her film debut in 1996 in the Shaquille O'Neal comedy Kazaam. Her album Unrestricted appeared in the spring of 2000, and found her sporting a somewhat sexier image. It became not only her second R&B chart-topper, but also her biggest album on the pop charts to date, climbing into the Top Five. She also enjoyed hits with the singles "That's What I'm Looking For" and "What'Chu Like." Click here for more on Da Brat!

  6. Marcus SchenkenbergMarcus Schenkenberg

    Marcus Schenkenberg says his bare butt is his greatest asset. As a lanky, dark-haired boy growing up in Stockholm, Marcus had visions of being either an NBA star or a fighter pilot. School, however, held little interest for him, and in 1987, he opted to travel America with a friend. Two years later he was discovered by a photographer while rollerblading on California's Venice Beach. Schenkenberg (who had been earning money as a dogwalker and a nanny for two young children) agreed to have his picture taken, and within months, he was en route to the runways of Paris. The catwalks, Schenkenberg says, prepared him for the superstardom that hit soon after, when Bruce Weber shot him showering naked for a Calvin Klein jeans ad. By 1991, he was modeling the spring and fall collections for the likes of Gianni Versace, Donna Karan, Ungaro and, of course, Calvin Klein. His first magazine cover--for Bazaar--was also that year. He has since appeared in hundreds of haute-couture shows and in magazines ranging from Vogue Italia to Elle.

  7. Adrianne CurryAdrianne Curry

    Adrianne was born on August 6th, 1982 in Joliet, Illinois. She's best known as the winner of the first America's Next Top Model on UPN. She is currently the face of Merit Diamonds The Sirena Collection and has been featured in: People, Marie Claire, US Weekly, Stuff, TV Guide, Celebrity Hair, Spanish Marie Claire. Adrianne loves animals and has a pink-toed tarantula, a miniature collie, a huskie/Shepard mix dog and Ziggy Stardust, her black cat. Her heroes are Bono from U2 for making a difference in third world countries and anyone in the NYPD and NYFD. Her favorite TV shows include Buffy the Vampire Slayer and her favorite movie is Lord of the Rings. She loves music from the 60s like Led Zeppelin, The Doors, Pink Floyd, Jefferson Airplane, and Jimi Hendrix.