Paula Abdul

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© Alison Martin

Paula Abdul, a renowned choreographer, was born on June 19, 1962 in San Fernando, California. She was a natural dancer who later on evolved as a singer, songwriter, choreographer, television personality and an actress. She started taking dance lessons at the age of eight. When she was in college, she became a cheerleader for Los Angeles Lakers. Within three months she became their head choreographer. Abdul’s distinct choreography landed her the job of an assistant dance-director for The Jackson 5. She went on to click here to read more

David Beckham

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David Beckham is a soccer player and international superstar from United Kingdom. He has gained fortune and international fame as a football (soccer) player for 20 years. He started playing from the age of 17. He played for Manchester United, and had won six Premier leagues, UEFA Champions League, World Club Championship and two FA Cups. In 2003, he signed a contract with Real Madrid and played for four seasons. In 2007 he signed a five year deal to play for LA Galaxy.  Known click here to read more

Halle Berry

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© Jenn Deering Davis

Halle Berry started a career as a fashion model before switching her profession to acting. The American actress appeared in various TV shows including ‘Living Dolls’ and ‘Knots Landing’ before making her way into the film industry. After landing a few small roles in movies, Berry’s big break came in 1992 with her performance in ‘Boomerang’ alongside Eddie Murphy. Since then, she has starred in, as well as helped produce, many successful films. Some of her best known roles came in films like ‘Die click here to read more

Chloe Sevigny

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© Matthew Wedgwood

Chloe Sevigny was born on November 18, 1974 in Springfield, Massachusetts. She made her acting debut in the 1995 film “Kids” after which, she appeared in a series of several small movies. In 1999, Sevigny was nominated for a Golden Globe and an Oscar for her supporting role in the film “Boys Don’t Cry”. The film also saw her emerge as one of Hollywood’s most critically praised young actresses. In 2006, she commenced her Television role as a polygamist’s wife in “Big Love”, co-starring click here to read more