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  • Gavin Magnus

    The DreamWorksTV host is also notable for having his own YouTube account, where he posted plush/puppet films, most notably with Jeffy the puppet. He has also worked as an actor, including roles on Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network.

    Gavin Magnus

  • Danielle Bregoli

    Rapper known by the stage name Bhad Bhabie who, in 2017 with the release of her debut track "These Heaux," became the youngest female rapper to ever score a Billboard Hot 100 hit. She originally rose to famous after appearing on Dr. Phil, where she addressed the crowd with the line "cash me outside," which sparked a meme-fueled internet explosion.

    Danielle Bregoli

  • Ella Anderson

    Piper Hart, a series regular role in the Nickelodeon sitcom Henry Danger, is a frequent Disney Channel actress. In The Glass Castle, she played a young Jeanette Walls.

    Ella Anderson

  • Sam Pepper

    Samuel "Sam" Pepper is a British video blogger, YouTube star, and comedian. His videos are such a crowd puller that it is almost close to impossible to watch his videos and not subscribe to his channel. He is one of the most talked about vloggers, and has over 2.4 million subscribers. He is one of those people who do absolute justice to the phrase, Love me or hate me but you cannot ignore me! He has been into several controversies, but has also admitted his mistakes. His never say die attitude has kept him going through all the difficulties he had to face in life. Despite going through major setbacks in life, Pepper is an inspiration for the youth of today.

    Sam Pepper

  • Diana Ross

    Initially a member of The Supremes, this Motown vocalist eventually earned a Golden Globe for her portrayal of Billie Holiday in Lady Sings the Blues in 1972.

    Diana Ross

  • Kathryn Bernardo

    Kathryn Bernardo is a Filipino actress who has been in films such as "She's Dating the Gangster" and "Barcelona: A Love Untold." She is best recognized for her performance in the TV series "Princess and I." She is both a recording artist and a model. She was born in the Philippines' Cabanatuan City and made her acting debut in the television series It Might Be You. She rose to prominence as the lead in the teen drama series 'Princess and I,' in which she starred. The program was nominated for a number of accolades. Way Back Home, a 2011 family drama film, was her first major performance on the big screen. The film was about two sisters who grew up in two very different worlds after being separated for twelve years. She also starred in the horror anthology film Shake, Rattle, and Roll 13 in the same year. The film garnered a lot of great feedback and won a lot of prizes. Her other big-screen ventures include the romantic comedy She's Dating the Gangster, which received excellent reviews as well. She is a recording artist as well as a multitalented young girl. She is a vocalist who has released many songs and a studio album titled Kathryn. The album was a commercial success, with over 7,500 copies sold on its first day of release.

    Kathryn Bernardo

  • Keira Knightley

    Keira Knightley is a model and actress from the United Kingdom. 'Bend It Like Beckham' and 'Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl' are two of her most well-known flicks. She began her career in the entertainment world when she was quite young. She grew up in Richmond, London, and used to act in local amateur musicals such as 'After Juliet.' In 'Royal Celebration,' she made her debut appearance on television. She went on to star in a number of television movies, including A Village Affair and Coming Home, to mention a few. Her remarkable similarity to famed actress Natalie Portman landed her a part in Star Wars: Episode One: The Phantom Menace. It was a watershed moment in her acting career for her. She worked as a full-time actress in films such as 'Pure,' a British film about drug addicts. She has also appeared in the films The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides and The Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides 2. She has done modeling work for a number of well-known brands in addition to acting. She was nominated for an Academy Award and won a Golden Globe for her outstanding performance in the film Pride and Prejudice.

    Keira Knightley

  • Dillon Rupp

    musician and social media influencer who, along with his close buddy and fellow online video sensation Taylor Caniff, published the Before Nothing album on iTunes. In 2016, he independently released "Sing For Ya," a single.

    Dillon Rupp

  • Guccio Gucci

    Guccio Gucci was a well-known fashion designer from Florence, Italy, and the founder of the world-famous Gucci fashion house. His father worked as a leather worker in a small town. To make a living, Guccio flew to Paris and London. While working as a liftboy at the Savoy Hotel, he was tremendously affected by the refinement and style he witnessed. When he returned to Italy, he began assisting his father in the production of saddles and leather travel bags. As demand for saddles declined, he expanded his product line to include a variety of additional accoutrements in order to keep his firm afloat. As a family company, he established Gucci and effectively merged the elegance he had seen overseas with Italian workmanship. Soon after, his brand became well-known, and people from all over the world traveled to Florence to buy his wares. He expanded his firm to Rome and enlisted the help of his sons to operate it. Even after his death, the company grew and Gucci became a well-known brand. The company's general management was passed down to his son Rodolfo, and later to his grandson Maurizio. The corporation was quickly transformed into a public limited company. It eventually become a fully public corporation. Gucci is presently recognized as one of the most coveted luxury brands in the world.

    Guccio Gucci

  • Eric Allan Kramer

    Started playing Bob Duncan on Disney's Good Luck Charlie in 2010, although his portrayal of Little John in the 1993 film Robin Hood: Men in Tights is one of his more well-known roles.

    Eric Allan Kramer

  • Steven Tyler

    Steven Tyler, born as Steven Victor Tallarico is the lead singer of the popular rock band Aerosmith which he had helped to form over four decades ago. Blessed with a wide vocal range, he is known for his high-pitched screams which earned him the nickname ˜Demon of Screamin'. The talented musician also plays multiple instruments like harmonica, piano and percussion. Highly energetic, he could often be seen performing acrobatics during his on-stage performances usually dressed in bold and bright coloured costumes. He was born into a family of music lovers”his father was a classical musician and music teacher”and music was an inherent part of his life from the very beginning. He loved playing music from an early age and there was no doubt in his mind about his future career choice. He met the aspiring musicians Joe Perry and Tom Hamilton with whom he formed the rock band Aerosmith. After a series of minor hits during their initial years, the band broke into mainstream success during the mid 1970s. However the band's success was eclipsed by the members' drug problems. The band became notorious for its drug addiction, with Tyler's drug abuse becoming the most problematic. After undergoing rehabilitation, the band mates made a comeback and rose to prominence once again.

    Steven Tyler

  • Jonathan Groff

    Jonathan Groff is an actor and singer from the United States who is best known for his part in the Broadway version of the rock musical Spring Awakening. He accepted an opportunity to join the national tour of the musical "The Sound of Music" after graduating from "Conestoga Valley High School." His life was forever transformed as a result of this decision. After graduating from high school, he relocated to New York City and obtained his Actors' Equity Association card. He made his Broadway debut in the musical In My Life and his first appearance on the big screen in the drama"comedy film Taking Woodstock as Michael Lang. With his co-star and dear friend Lea Michele, he guest-starred in the musical comedy"drama Glee, and made his West End theater debut with the play Deathtrap. He has earned multiple honors for his work, including a Grammy for 'Spring Awakening,' which he won for "Best Musical Theater Album." He is openly homosexual and was drawn into a controversy sparked by Ramin Setoodeh's piece in Newsweek, which claimed that gay actors were incapable of credibly portraying heterosexual roles. For his prominent position as an advocate for the LGBT community, he received the 'Point Horizon Award.' Jonathan is well-known in the entertainment world and has a sizable social media following.

    Jonathan Groff