Apollo 13. Kevin Bacon and his brother Michael perform in a band called The Bacon Brothers.
Alec Baldwin. Alec Baldwin was at one time married to Kim Basinger.
Joe Jonas. Sophie and Joe Jonas were married in Las Vegas after the 2019 Billboard Music Awards.
Jessica Simpson. Simpson and Johnson married on July 5, 2014 in Montecito, California.
Hispanic Actress In "Desperado". In 2002, Salma Hayek co-produced "Frida", in which she starred.
1977. At 13, Shakira signed her 1st recording contract with Sony Music Colombia.
Marilyn Monroe. Marilyn Monroe was once in the foster care system.
Elsa Benitez. Elsa Benitez became a supermodel after being chosen by photographer Steven Meisel and being featured many times in U.S. and Italian "Vogue".
Apple. Gwyneth Paltrow attended Spence School, a private school in New York City, and briefly attended UC/Santa Barbara before dropping out to act.
Model. Angie Harmon worked as a child model and in 1988, won a "Seventeen" magazine modeling contest.
Linda. Kelly Ripa is the oldest daughter of Joe Ripa, a bus driver in New Jersey.
Dawson's Creek. Katie Holmes was the only cast member to appear in all 128 episodes of "Dawson's Creek".
Anne Hathaway. In the 2006 film "The Devil Wears Prada", Anne Hathaway stars opposite Hollywood icon Meryl Streep.
Nicole Richie. Also known as DJ A.M., Adam Goldstein was expelled from first grade at a private school in Philadelphia for throwing a rock at a vehicle.
Los Angeles. Kim Kardashian was born October 21, 1980.
The Usual Suspects, American Beauty. Kevin Spacey performed in comedy clubs, during amateur nights, when he was a teenager.
Horowitz. Winona Ryder's parents named her after the town in which they lived: Winona, Minnesota.
Into The Great Wide Open. The music video for the Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers song "Into the Great Wide Open" starred Johnny Depp, Gabrielle Anwar, Terence Trent D'Arby, Faye Dunaway and Matt LeBlanc.
Brian De Palma. Martin Scorsese's first film with Robert De Niro, 1973's "Mean Streets", was considered a breakthrough film for both Scorsese and De Niro.
1972. Cameron Diaz's first movie was opposite Jim Carrey in "The Mask".