An insightful look into a new American Icon who says he leaves by the valuable lesson that "God gave me a second and third chance to be alive and imperfect, and that's what I'm going to be". This biography tells the life story of Drew Carey with interviews, clips from the hit TV series and his stand-up performances.
When he called himself "a skinny kid with a funny name" at the 2004 Democratic National Convention, his political star was already on the rise. By the time he decimated the competition in 2004 race for the Illinois Senate, he was the bona fide golden child of a Democratic party desperately in need of a winner.
Matthew McConaughey was on the way to becoming a lawyer when he picked up the inspirational book, The Greatest Salesman in the World, and decided his real future lay in screen acting. A chance meeting with a casting director in an Austin bar secured his first real film role.
An authorized documentary special on the ground breaking "queen of Tejano music" who was murdered in the prime of her life and career; the program features personal interviews and commentary from her family, husband and features musical performances and footage from the documentary film on her life starring Jennifer Lopez.
She began her acting career when she was just 10 years old, but Shannen Doherty is best known as "the bad girl of the 90's" starring on the hit show Beverly Hills 90210. She left the show after four years, but later reunited with long-time producer Aaron Spelling when she was cast in another hit show Charmed.
A modern renaissance man, Jamie Foxx is one of the most spectacularly versatile performers in show business today. This portrait of Foxx looks at his triumphs in comedy (he starred in the hit TV show, In Living Color), music (he earned a Grammy nomination for his album "Unpredictable"), and film (he won the Oscar and Golden Globe for Ray.)
Hollywood is obsessed with its celebrity couples. They're regular fixtures in tabloids, blogs, and entertainment news shows. But our girl-and-boy-next-door couple Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner --aka Bennifer II -- have remarkably stayed out of the media spotlight.
Pop star, Andy Gibb best known as the young brother of The Bee Gees. In 1977, Andy became a star with his hit single, "I Just Want To Be Your Everything". A year later, he topped two more #1 singles until his stardom was dimmed with cocaine abuse. After his stints in rehab, he tried to give music another chance but, he passed away at 30.
Viewed by some as one of Tinsletown's brightest stars, and by others as a pariah. He's managed to stay on top despite public scandals and outspoken views. Mel Gibson is true Hollywood Icon. From blockbuster action films and successful comedies to critically acclaimed dramas, Gibson has made his mark as a sexy leading man with an edge. But that "edge" comes with a price.