Chelsea Kane (formerly Chelsea Staub) is a versatile young actress and musician. She currently stars in the web series "The Homes" on Lockerz.com. She is also the voice of Bea in Disney Channel's animated comedy series, "Fish Hooks," the imaginative story of three tween fish navigating high school. Chelsea recently starred as Stella Malone, the longtime friend and style guru to the Lucas brothers in the Disney Channel comedy series, "JONAS." The Phoenix, Ariz., native has been acting professionally since the age of nine. She landed her first role as Young Kim in the national Broadway tour of "Showboat," and went on to star in the productions"Peter Pan," "The Wiz," "Cinderella," "Oliver," "Annie," "Titanic," "The Sound of Music," "Schoolhouse Rock," "A Christmas Carol" and "The Secret Garden," among others. Chelsea starred in the Disney Channel Original Movies "Minutemen" and "Starstruck," and guest-starred on Disney Channel's hit series "Wizards of Waverly Place," "Cracking Up," "Summerland," "Listen Up" and "The Bill Engvall Show." On the big screen, she landed her first role in the family film "Arizona Summer," and had a starring role in "Bratz."
Sugar Ray Leonard
Sugar Ray Leonard, the only boxer to win world titles in five different weight classes, was host and mentor for the first three seasons of the series "Contender" on NBC & ESPN. Ray recently appeared in the Paramount Pictures feature film "The Fighter," and served as a consultant on the upcoming Walt Disney Pictures film starring Hugh Jackman, "Real Steel," being released fall 2011. Ray will release his first autobiography, "The Big Fight: My Life In and Out of the Ring" on June 7. Having learned to box at age 14, Ray's career includes three National Golden Gloves titles, two Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) championships and the 1975 Pan-American Games crown. After winning a gold medal in boxing at the 1976 Olympic Games, he turned professional to help his family deal with mounting medical bills incurred because of his father's illness. The late Howard Cosell called Ray the "new Mohammed Ali." In 1977, at age 20, he won his first professional fight, setting the stage for a collection of some of the most memorable fights in history. He went on to defeat some of the finest boxers of the modern era, including Wilfred Benitez, Roberto Duran, Thomas Hearns and Marvin Hagler, from whom Ray won the world middleweight title. During his 20-year professional career, he also won world titles in the welterweight, junior middleweight, super middleweight and light heavyweight divisions, a record unmatched in professional boxing history. Ray has been a successful television broadcaster for NBC, ABC, HBO and ESPN. He is also among the most sought-after motivational/inspirational speakers in the world. His speech, entitled "POWER" (Prepare, Overcome, and Win Every Round), is consistently booked with major Fortune 500 companies worldwide. Ray has always been devoted to the community and for many years has been the international chairman of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation Walk for a Cure. He also participates in a variety of national and international causes benefiting children's charities. Ray has four children and lives in Southern California with his wife, Bernadette.