3-time Grammy Award-winning Country Music Singer and Songwriter; Named best Male Vocalist for 3 consecutive years by the Country Music Association and for 4 consecutive years by the Academy of Country Music
Chi Chi Rodriguez is one of the great showmen in sports history. In a career which spans four decades, Chi Chi won 8 times on the PGA Tour and now boasts 22 Senior Tour victories. His colorful performances still make him a gallery favorite, while his shotmaking skills have earned the respect of his peers.
Darius Rucker is an American musician, currently pursuing a career in the Country Music genre. He first gained fame as the lead singer and rhythm guitarist of the rock band Hootie & the Blowfish.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and two-time Oscar nominee, director, essayist, novelist and poet DAVID MAMET (writer/director) has been a force in American theater since 1976, when his first staged plays immediately won Obie and New York Drama Critics Circle Awards.
With an illustrious career of achievement in theatre, films and television that has earned her distinctive stature throughout the entire entertainment profession, Doris Roberts ended the Millenium with a new high.
During the 1970s, a new brand of pop music was born - one that was steeped in African and African-American styles - particularly jazz and R&B but appealed to a broader cross-section of the listening public.
Fran Drescher is an actress known for her starring roles on "The Nanny" and "Happily Divorced." She is also a cancer survivor and an awareness and prevention advocate.
Comedian Jeff Garlin has a style of comedy that has much in common with the comedians of the 60s and early-70s (among them, Shelley Berman, Mort Sahl, Woody Allen, and Richard Pryor). Garlin tells stories, exploring his personal foibles and exposing his innermost secrets for all to hear.
In a decade in which popular music has embraced the urban contemporary genre like no other era before, Jermaine Dupri and his Atlanta-based So So Def Recordings have been instrumental in making that possible.
Seemingly every struggling standup comic dreams of landing their own television series, but few managed to do so with greater success than Jerry Seinfeld, whose career as a nightclub comedian led to him starring as himself on the show Seinfeld -- arguably the most successful situation comedy of the 1990s.
For country music fans, one of the highlights of the Fox network's "American Idol 2" was the success of a young Marine named Josh Gracin, a dyed-in-the-wool country singer whose electrifying performances won him hearts and votes across the country.
The winner of Fox TV's first American Idol: The Search for a Superstar competition, during the summer of 2002 Kelly Clarkson went from an anonymous talent to a nationally known singer performing for an audience of millions of viewers.
The man known around the world as Kid Rock has always defied easy labeling, and now, with the eagerly awaited follow-up to his 2001 smash, "COCKY," Detroit's Favorite Son has taken his genre-blurring musical mash to an all-new plane with his self-titled new album.
ometimes outrageous, but always outrageously funny, Kinky Friedman is a humorist and satirical songwriter with a raucous appeal that stretches from the big sky of Texas to the elite corridors of New England to the wild outback of Australia.
Following the demise of Wicked Lester, Kiss were formed in 1972 by Paul Stanley (b. Paul Eisen, 20 January 1950, Queens, New York, USA; rhythm guitar, vocals) and Gene Simmons (b. Chaim Witz, 25 August 1949, Haifa, Israel; bass, vocals), who went on to recruit Peter Criss (b. Peter Crisscoula, 27 December 1947, Brooklyn, New York, USA; drums, vocals) and Ace Frehley (b. Paul Frehley, 22 April 1951, Bronx, New York, USA; lead guitar, vocals).
Kylie Minogue is an Australian singer, recording artist, songwriter and actress. She has achieved worldwide record sales of more than 68 million, and has received notable music awards, including multiple ARIA and Brit Awards and a Grammy Award.
American swimmer Mark Spitz achieved an Olympic record in 1972 that may never be equalled: seven gold medals. Perhaps no one athlete put more pressure on himself than American swimmer Mark Spitz. The athlete's bold predictions and cocky disposition made it almost impossible for him to live up to the standards he was setting for himself.
Melissa Etheridge became one of the '90s most popular recording artists due to her mixture of confessional lyrics; pop-based folk-rock; and raspy, Janis Joplin/Rod Stewart-esque vocals.
Michael Beschloss is an award-winning historian of the Presidency and the author of eight books, including his most recent work, the acclaimed New York Times bestseller The Conquerors: Roosevelt, Truman and the Destruction of Hitler's Germany, 1941-1945.
COMEDIAN, ACTOR & AUTHOR The brilliant, famously neurotic comedian Richard Lewis is known to millions from his thousands of TV and radio appearances, HBO comedy specials and his sold-out concert at Carnegie Hall. Often referred to as a comic's comic, he was named on G.Q.'s list of the Most Influential Humorists of the 20th century.
Singer, impressionist and humorist Roy Firestone is best known as host of ESPN's Up Close. Well-recognized and honored for his varied abilities in broadcast and sports journalism, he presents a spectacularly funny and inspirational multimedia review, saluting the athletes and sports events of the twentieth century.
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