Max Adler is best known for his role in the mega-hit FOX television series Glee, as Dave Karofsky, the bully who later becomes a victim himself in one of the most dramatically acclaimed episodes of the series. He has had roles in feature films including Detention of the Dead, Love and Honor, Believe Me and Sauagatuck Cures, and guest starred on television on CSI Crime Scene Investigation, Cold Case, Ghost Whisperer, and The Defenders. Max starred as “Tank” in the Peabody Award Winning Series “Switched at Birth.” He is currently working on a new Woody Allen film, scheduled for release in summer of 2016.
Kim Alexis is one of the most popular supermodels of all time. She has been on the cover of over 500 magazines and is a television spokesperson, actress, host, and commentator. She has appeared in numerous national television commercials and has been a spokesperson for many health and wellness companies. She has written five eBooks on health and wellness, available on Amazon Kindle, as she is highly concerned about women’s health issues. She hosted She’s Got the Look on TV Land and her own TV show called Your Mind and Body. She is a “jack of all trades” while raising five children and staying healthy.
Sean Astin is best known for his leading role in the feature film series Lord of the Rings, but you may have also seen him in Goonies, Rudy, Encino Man, Toy Soldiers, White Water Summer, and many more films. His voice can be heard in cartoons such as Special Agent Oso and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Recently, his television series roles include 24, Jeremiah, Monk, Law & Order, NCIS, and more.
Lydia Cornell is best known as the star of the hit ABC series Too Close for Comfort as Emmy legend Ted Knight’s daughter ‘Sara.’ An international star of over 250 TV shows and films in 27 countries, Lydia received the Southern California Motion Picture Council’s Golden Halo Lifetime Achievement Award in 2014. She also directed the SAG film “It’s My Decision” nominated for best film in several film festivals. One of TV’s most popular sex symbols, she is now a writer, director, mother, comedienne, talk show host, women and children’s advocate, teen mentor and inspirational public speaker.
Micky Dolenz was one of the stars and a lead singer for the iconic television show, The Monkees. He has appeared on numerous other shows including Peyton Place, Circus Boy, The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs, and The Tick.
Brain Goodell won two gold medals at age 17 for swimming in the 1976 Olympics and set world records in each. He won three gold medals for swimming in the 1979 Pan American Games. He graduated from UCLA in 1982 having won nine NCAA titles and 10 U.S. National Championships. In 1986 he was inducted into the International Swimming Hall of Fame, the Orange County Sports Hall of Fame in 1984, and the UCLA Hall of Fame in 1991.
Scott Hamilton is one of the most popular skating stars in the world today. He is an Olympic Gold Medalist, TV skating commentator, actor, performer, producer, Emmy Award nominee, best-selling author, role model, humanitarian, philanthropist, and a cancer and brain tumor survivor.
Richard Karn is famous for his role as Al on the long-running series Home Improvement. He has also appeared on the series CTRL, That 70’s Show, and Boy Meets World. He was the host of Bingo America as well as Family Feud, one of the most famous game shows in television history.
Christopher Knight is most famous for his role as Peter Brady on the long-running series The Brady Bunch. He also was seen on My Fair Brady with ex-wife Adrianne and appeared on That 70’s Show, The Bradys, Another World, Joe’s World, Celebrity Circus, Entertainment Tonight, The Brady Bunch Variety Hour, The Surreal Life, The Brady Kids, CSI, and more. His feature film credits include Fallen Angels, American Pie Presents: The Book of Love, and Letting Go.
Florence LaRue is an original member of the six-time Grammy Award-winning group The 5th Dimension, with such number one hits as “Up, Up and Away,” “The Age of Aquarius,” and “The Wedding Bell Blues.” She starred in the national tour of Broadway’s Tony Award-winning Ain’t Misbehavin’ and in the theatrical production of Mo’Magic. She was named Woman of the Year by The City of Hope and received the prestigious Spirit of Life Award.
Pat McCormick is the only woman diver in Olympic history to win four gold medals back to back in the Olympics in 1952 and 1956. In 1956 she was the Sullivan Award Winner as “The Outstanding Amateur Athlete in the United States.” At one time she held 27 national titles and was voted The Associated Press, United Press International, and Sports Illustrated Athlete of the Year.
Rita Moreno has won all four of the most prestigious awards in show business: the Oscar, Tony, two Emmys, and a Grammy. Her credits span more than six decades, from her Broadway debut at age 13 to her role in the TV Land series, Happily Divorced. She performed on Broadway; in London’s West End; appeared in more than 40 feature films; and has performed in regional theaters, most recently starring in her one-woman show, Life Without Makeup, and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2004 and the National Medal of Arts by President Obama in 2010. Her book, Rita Moreno A Memoir, will be published in March by Celebra.
Kelli O’Hara is one of Broadway’s beloved leading ladies, renowned for her stellar singing and acting. She won the 2015 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role as Anna in the acclaimed Broadway revival of The King and I. She starred in the Tony Award-winning revival of South Pacific at New York’s Lincoln Center, enrapturing audiences with her soulful interpretation of Nellie Forbush and garnering her third (of six) Best Actress Tony nomination. She has won acclaim for her work on The Light in the Piazza (2003 Tony Award nomination), the Tony Award-winning Pajama Game (2006) with Harry Connick Jr., the George Gershwin musical comedy Nice Work If You Can Get It opposite Matthew Broderick (2012 Tony nomination), and Bridges of Madison County (2014 Tony nomination) .
Stefanie Schaeffer was the winner of The Apprentice in 2007 and has been featured in Los Angeles Magazine and given a Super Lawyers Young Rising Star Award in both 2006 and 2007. She is launching a new video and book called Strut Your Stuff. She is currently working for The Trump Organization.
Mia St. John is a WBC Boxing Champion and “the Sexiest Woman in Boxing.” She has appeared on all of the major talk shows. In 2008 she was presented with The WBC Goodwill Ambassador Award. She has also has been acknowledged by the Mexican government for her role in sports and humanitarianism. Her latest book, The Knockout Workout, is in stores.
Bill Walton was a member of two NCAA championship teams at UCLA, compiling an NCAA record 88 consecutive game winning streak. He was a three-time All American and College Player of the Year and also was the winner of the Sullivan Award as Top Amateur Athlete in the United States in 1973. He was the number one pick in the NBA draft in 1974. He was a member of the 1977 Portland Trailblazers and the 1986 Boston Celtics World Championship team. In 1978 he was voted The Most Valuable Player in the NBA.