Celebs & Steve

Pictured L-R: Baseball great Bret Saberhagen, Hockey legend Grant Fuhr, Gold medal Olympic gymnast Trent Dimas, host Steve Azar, NFL great Jim McMahon and actor, Richard Karn.

Terry Ahola – Former US Ski Team member
Kim Alexis – Supermodel, author, spokesperson
Jessica Andrews – Singer, Songwriter (Who I Am, There’s More To Me Than You)
Brother Trouble – Country Music duo
John Bond – Former Mississippi State University Quarterback
Mark Bryan – Grammy winning lead guitarist (Hootie and the Blowfish)
Richard Burgi – Actor (General Hospital, Desperate Housewives, The Sentinel)
Toi Cook – Former NFL , Defensive Back (49ers / Saints)
Ira Dean – Former bassist for award winning country trio Trick Pony, hit songwriter
Dez Dickerson – Original guitarist for Prince and the Revolution, songwriter, producer
Trent Dimas – Olympic Gold Medal Gymnast
Ken Dorsey – Former NFL Quarterback (Cleveland Browns, 49ers)
Debbe Dunning – Actress, model, spokesperson (Home Improvement)
Dean Felber – Grammy winning bassist (Hootie & The Blowfish)
Roger Fisher – Founding guitarist and songwriter for the rock group, Heart (Barracuda, Crazy on You)
Michael Fisher – Former producer, manager and engineer for the rock group, Heart
Jackie Flynn – Actor and comedian (Three Stooges and Hall Pass)
Morgan Freeman – Academy Award Winning Actor/ Director
John Fox – Chicago Bears head coach (former Denver Broncos head coach)
Tim Fox – Former NFL player (Patriots, Chargers and Rams)
Grant Fuhr – NHL, 5X Stanley Cup winner (LA Kings, St. Louis Blues, Calgary Flames)
Jim Gallagher, Jr. – Former PGA player
Robert Gamez – PGA player
Marshall Henderson – Former Ole Miss basketball shooting guard
Doug Herbert –Professional drag racer, NHRA
James House – Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and entertainer
Andy Johnson – Former NFL player (New England Patriots)
Richard Karn – Actor (Home Improvement, Family Feud)
Johnny Lee – Country Music legend (Lookin’ for Love in all the Wrong Places, Hey Bartender)
Ann Liguori –Golf correspondent, CBS Sports Radio Network & WFAN Radio
Ray Lloyd – World Champion Wrestler “The Glacier”, actor
Steve Lundquist – 2X Olympic Gold Medal Swimmer
Branford Marsalis – World-renowned saxophonist
Deuce McAllister – Former NFL player (Saints)
Tonya McCall – Professional golfer – cast of Golf Channel’s “The Big Break “
Jim McMahon – Super bowl winning QB (Chicago Bears)
Gayden Metcalfe – Award winning author
Corey Miller – Former NFL player (Giants and Vikings)
Dave Mobley – 2X World Long Drive champion, “Big Break” contestant
Cleo Montgomery – Former NFL player (Raiders, Browns and Bengals)
Mark Moseley – Former NFL player (Eagles, Oilers, Redskins and Browns)
Frankie Muniz – Actor (Malcolm in the Middle)
Drew Murray – Actor, writer
Joel Murray – Actor (Mad Men)
Preston Pohl – Musical Artist, Contestant on Season 5 “The Voice”
Chris Rich – Actor (Reba, Murphy Brown)
Bret Saberhagen – MLB 2X Cy Young winner (Royals, Mets, Red Sox, Rockies)
Mark Schlereth – ESPN Sportscaster/3X Super Bowl champion (Broncos-Redskins)
Grant Show – Actor (Melrose Place)
Jimmy Shubert – Comedian, actor
Reggie Smith – MLB Hall of Famer (Red Sox, Giants)
Gino Torretta – Heisman Trophy Winner, Former NFL Quarterback
Paula Trickey – Actress (Pacific Blue, Walker Texas Ranger, The O.C.)
Kris Tschetter – LPGA tour golfer
Dan Tyminski – 14 time Grammy winning musician
Gary Valentine – Actor, comedian (Kevin Can Wait, King of Queens, Paul Bart: Mall Cop, Here Comes the Boom)
Wesley Walls – Former NFL player (Panthers, Saints)