Amanda Seyfried

While modeling, Amanda Seyfried took voice lessons from eleven to seventeen. She trained with a Broadway voice coach for nearly five years and two years in studying opera in which it led her to appear in the New York stage productions, the revival of Grease on Broadway and A Christmas Carol. From there she began acting as an extra in the daytime drama television series Guiding Light; her role on the show was uncredited. In 2000, she portrayed Lucinda Marie "Lucy" Montgomery #2 on the television show As the World Turns. Appearing on the show as a recurring character, her role on the show lasted until 2001. After appearing in 27 episodes, Amanda Seyfried left the show as a result of creative conflicts. From 2002 to 2003, Amanda Seyfried played the recurring role of Joni Stafford on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) broadcasted show, All My Children.

Demi Lovato

In 2008, Demi Lovato starred in the Disney Channel film, Camp Rock. Demi Lovato played Mitchie Torres, a fourteen-year-old girl with hopes of becoming a singer. The movie premiered on June 20, 2008 in the USA on Disney Channel with 8.9 million viewers, making Demi Lovato a house-hold name among tweens. Demi Lovato provided vocals on four of the songs featured on the Camp Rock soundtrack, including "This Is Me" featuring Joe Jonas.

Mel Gibson

Mel Gibson was born in Peekskill, New York, the sixth of eleven children, and the second son of Hutton Gibson and Irish-born Anne Patricia (née Reilly, died 1990). His paternal grandmother was the Australian opera soprano, Eva Mylott (1875–1920). One of Mel Gibson's younger brothers, Donal, is also an actor. Mel Gibson's first name comes from Saint Mel, fifth-century Irish saint, and founder of Mel Gibson's mother's native diocese, Ardagh, while his second name, Colm-Cille, is shared by an Irish saint and is the name of the parish in County Longford where Mel Gibson's mother was born and raised. Because of his mother, Mel Gibson holds dual Irish and American citizenship.