Triple platinum-selling music artist/songwriter, producer, actor and younger brother of Backstreet Boys Nick Carter, Aaron Carter has established himself worldwide as a pop and teen sensation. Beginning his career at the age of 8, he is currently the youngest solo artist to have four top 40 singles. He has released four studio albums since 1997, two of which have been certified platinum, and he has appeared on several television series including "Lizzie McGuire" and "7th Heaven," as well as making his Broadway debut playing JoJo the Who in "Seussical the Musical" in 2001. He sang vocals on soundtracks for "Disneymania (The Lion King) Ella Enchanted," "Pokeman" and "Rugrats the Movie." In 2006, Carter starred in the E! reality show, "House of Carters," which featured all five of the Carter siblings living in the same house.
Chuck Liddell is the face of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and the icon of Mixed Martial Arts -- the fastest growing sport in America. In 1998, he won his first UFC Mixed Martial Arts fight. Soon after, Liddell rose through the ranks to become the light-heavyweight champion of the world. In July of 2009, Liddell was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame. He is tied for the most wins by a UFC fighter with 16, and also holds the most knockout wins with 10. In 2008, Chuck penned his autobiography, "Iceman: My Fighting Life," which quickly became a New York Times best-seller. Chuck earned a bachelor's degree in business/accounting from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, where he also wrestled.
Professional snowboarder, Louie Vito, is among the U.S.'s elite snowboarders favored to make the 2010 Olympic team. Competing in both the Pipe and Slopestyle disciplines, Vito continues to train for the Grand Prix qualifying. The 21 year-old native of Bellefontaine, Ohio, turned pro in 2006 and has competed in multiple Winter X-Games competitions. He is also a two-time winner of the USSA Grand Prix Halfpipe Series.