A beloved actress of both film and television, Jennifer Grey is best known for her starring roles in the iconic movies "Dirty Dancing" and "Ferris Bueller's Day Off." Grey starred as Frances "Baby" Houseman in the award-winning, box office hit "Dirty Dancing," which is widely considered one of the best dance movies of all time. Some of Grey's other films include the Ben Affleck movie "Bounce," "Red Dawn," and "The Cotton Club." Grey starred in the television sitcom, "It's Like, You Know…" and has made memorable television appearances on such shows as "Friends," "John From Cincinnati," "The New Adventures of Old Christine," and an upcoming episode of the medical drama, "House". She has also starred in various television movies, including "A Case for Murder," CBS's "The West Side Waltz" and a Lifetime original movie "Road to Christmas." Jennifer is the daughter of Tony® and Academy Award® winner Joel Grey, and resides in Los Angeles with her husband, actor/director Clark Gregg, and daughter.
Listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as "The Most Watched TV Star in the World," David Hasselhoff is an international superstar across all genres of music, television and film. Hasselhoff got his start in entertainment on the popular soap opera, "The Young and the Restless" and was quickly pursued to play the lead role of the 1980's cult favorite, "Knight Rider." But his rise to fame catapulted when he starred in the television phenomenon, "Baywatch." The series ran for 11 years and is still viewed in 140 countries by more than 1 billion viewers every week. Throughout his extraordinary television career, Hasselhoff has also appeared in feature films such as "Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story" and Adam Sandler's "Click." Off-screen, he has recorded multiple albums, including one that went triple platinum, and starred in the Broadway musical "Jekyll & Hyde," in London's West End production of "Chicago" and "The Producers" in Las Vegas. Most recently, Hasselhoff was honored by Comedy Central with "The Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff," which premiered as one of the top-rated comedy roasts on the network. Not only is Hasselhoff a multi-faceted talent but he is also a writer of an autobiography, "Don't Hassel The Hoff," which made the UK Best Seller list re-titled "Making Waves" and debuted at No. 8 in Austria on the non-fiction charts. Beyond his entertainment contributions, Hasselhoff is the co-founder of Race for Life and an active participant in Wounded Warriors and Wheels for Humanity.