One of television's most respected journalists, Al Michaels has covered more major sports events since he joined ABC Sports in 1976 than any sportscaster. He has been widely acclaimed for his knowledgeable and insightful reporting in his primary assignment for ABC Sports since 1986 ," play-by-play announcer for ABC's NFL "Monday Night Football," the most successful sports series in television history.
Speed skater Bonnie Blair exemplifies success under pressure - the measure of a true champion. There are numerous winners in the world of sports, but the celebrated athletes are the few who meet the challenge of pressure time after time - such as speed skater Bonnie Blair.
Boomer Esiason is the veteran NFL quarterback who led the Cincinnati Bengals to the 1989 Super Bowl. A left-handed quarterback, Esiason starred at the University of Maryland and was chosen by the Bengals in the second round of the 1984 college draft. He became the team's starter in 1985.
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.
ESPN's Chris Berman is one of sports television's brightest and most recognizable personalities. Twice the versatile Berman has been selected the National Sportscaster of the Year (1989-1990) by the members of the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.
Chris Moneymaker won the 2003 World Series of Poker with a full house consisting of three fives and two fours. The 27 year old accountant took home a first prize of $2.5 million dollars in the victory.
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.
Stars of the reality TV show "Giuliana & Bill" on Style Network and hosts of NBC's "Ready For Love."
One of America's foremost sports broadcasters, Gumbel has covered such premier events as the Olympics, the Super Bowl and the World Series. He currently hosts NBC's coverage of both NFL and NBA action. His entertaining and inspirational speeches are peppered with humorous illustrations from the world of sports.
Hosts "Simply Delicioso" on Food Network and "Delicioso" on Galavision/ Univision, appears regularly on Univision's "Despierta America", Contributor to "BuenHogar" magazine
Lou Diamond Phillips (born Louis Upchurch on February 17, 1962, at Subic Bay Naval Station, Philippines), named for Marine legend Lou Diamond, is an American actor. His surname Phillips, he adopted from his stepfather.
Marcus Allen was a Heisman Trophy winner and set 12 NCAA records at USC. In 1982 he was drafted by the Oakland Raiders and was named Rookie of the Year. In 1984 Marcus won the Super Bowl XVIII MVP award. He joined the Chiefs as a free agent in 1993 and was named MVP for them in 1993 and 1995.
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.
Mena Adrienne Suvari (born February 9, 1979) is an American actress, best known for her work in American Beauty (1999) and the first two American Pie films.
To the chants and screams of thousands across the nation, Mia Hamm and her U.S. team played and won the 1999 Women's World Cup. Featured in Women's Soccer World Magazine and Sports Illustrated, named the Women's Sports Foundation Athlete of the Year (1997), and one of the "50 Most Beautiful People" in People Magazine (1997), she now dominates the growing world of women's sport.
Mike Ditka is one of the most recognized and successful NFL personalities as a player, coach and television commentator. Currently working as an analyst and commentator on CBS, this is Ditka's second stint in broadcasting, having spent four years as an NFL commentator and analyst on the NFL on NBC.
The enthusiastic captain who led the 1980 U.S. Olympic hockey team to its gold medal victory, Eruzione served as a sportscaster for both the 1984 and the 1988 Winter Olympic Games.
This Texas legend received his induction into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1999, the first year he became eligible. Nolan Ryan was born in Texas and played for two Texas teams, the Astros and Rangers, as well as many others during his illustrious baseball career.
Stacey David is best known as the host of the top rated TV show TRUCKS ! where for eight years, he wrote, produced, designed, and built custom vehicles. Stacey currently hosts "Gearz" on ESPN 2.
During a time where so few heroes materialize, The Three Doctors serve as an extraordinary model of leadership for anyone who’s been through any kind of hardship whether it’s coping with the struggles of the streets or internal challenges of dealing with self, finding our place in the world or determining our own unique destinies.
The greatest player in San Diego Padre history, Gwynn won eight batting titles, five Gold Gloves, and helped the inconsistent franchise to their first two World Series appearances, but never got that elusive championship ring. He batted .394 in 1994 and banged more than 3,100 career hits.
Vinny Testaverde, the incomparable quarterback of the University of Miami, is the 52nd winner of college football's premier individual award, The Heisman Trophy.
Walt Frazier, better known as "Clyde Cool" to his fans, retired from a colorful basketball career after the 1978-79 season. The nickname "Clyde" was bestowed upon him because his 1930's-style attire reminded a teammate of Clyde Barrow's dress and because Walt "stole" basketballs the way Clyde robbed banks.
Television Host, Entertainment News Correspondent, Actress, Nonprofit Fundraiser, Community Volunteer. Alex McLeod's keen eye for groundbreaking reality based television concepts and her infectious hosting style lend each show a breadth and success all their own.
Born and raised in Concord, New Hampshire, Annie Duke grew up in a family who had cards and competition in the blood. In a home where card playing was the glue that held the family together, everybody not only wanted to win but needed to win.
Born in Seattle, Washington but now living in Las Vegas, Barry Shulman is known most people as the owner and publisher of CardPlayer Magazine. He is a former realtor and is the father of proffesional poker player Jeff Shulman.
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