Craig Morgan, 50, American neotraditional country singer. He has released multiple top ten country hits, including the popular “That’s What I Love About Sunday.” Before fame, He served in the U.S. Army, earning the USO Merit Award, and became an EMT. He married Karen Morgan in 1988 and they welcomed three sons and a daughter.
Sarah Jones is an American television and film actress who starred as Detective Madsen on Alcatraz. Her TV credits include Ugly Betty, Huff, and Big Love. She first stint at acting was an appearance on the television series Medical Investigation.
Conor Corum, an 8-year-old actor best known for his role as Colton Burpo in the religiously-themed 2014 film ‘Heaven Is for Real.’ He was cast in the role following a nationwide search by the film’s producers. It was his first acting experience. He starred alongside Academy Award-winning actor, Greg Kinnear in “Heaven Is for Real.”
Victoria Holmes, 40, is a British Author and editor, she created the plots of the New York Times bestselling Warriors books. The books, divided into several mini series, were ghost written by a team of authors. She graduated from the University of Oxford and worked as an English teacher, and later hired as an editor for Working Partners.
Amarachi Uyanne the 11-year-old Nigerian dancer and violinist who became a household name after winning Nigeria’s Got Talent in 2012. She attended South Point Primary School in Benin. She successfully debuted in the music industry with the chart-bursting single “Amarachi Dance” in 2013. In 2012, she became Nigeria’s youngest millionaire after winning the televised competition.
Donald McNichol Sutherland, born July 1935 is a Canadian actor whose film career spans 50 years. He played Hawkeye Pierce in the 1970 movie, M*A*S*H. His other films include The Eagle Has Landed, Don’t Look Now, and Invasion of the Body Snatchers. He has four sons whom he named after directors that he’s worked with. His sons Kiefer, Rossif and Angus are all actors. His fourth son, Roeg, was hired as an executive at CAA. He also has a daughter named Rachel. He married his third wife, Francine Racette, in 1972.
Luke Bryan is an American country singer born in Georgia. He is popular for hit singles “Rain is a Good Thing,” “I Don’t Want This Night to End,” and “Drunk on You.” He received an award for Entertainer of the Year at both the 2014 CMA Awards and the 2015 ACM Awards. He also won the 2012 CMT Video of the Year Music Award for his song “I Don’t Want This Night To End.”
Luke has two sons, Thomas and Christopher, with his wife Caroline Boyer. In early 2015, he adopted his 13-year-old nephew Til.
Tom Fletcher, 30, an English pop singer and frontman for the Platinum-selling band McFly. He has also worked as a songwriter and he was a founding member of the band Busted. He married longtime partner, Giovanna Falcone on May 12, 2012 and he has a younger sister named Carrie. In 2014, he and Giovanna had a son named Buzz.
Jeremih Felton, recording artist and singer from illinois, he song “Birthday Sex” and his self-titled debut album ranked #6 on the US Billboard 200. He released his first single, “My Ride” while still in college, he studied music at Columbia College Chicago. He collaborated with Ludacris on the song “I Like.” In 2009, he was on the America’s Most Wanted Tour alongside other rising stars including Lil Wayne.
Nonso Diobi is a Nollywood actor born on 17th July to the Diobi family in Enugu but was raised in Anambra state, in the Eastern region of Nigeria. He is the last child of a family of 5 — 2 girls and 3 boys. He has featured in over 60 movies in over a decade. Nonso began his acting career in his parent’s local church where he partook in staged plays, but decided to take his acting skills from stage plays into Nollywood in 2001.