Ted Nugent, Musician, 58
Rocker, hunter, pundit: These days, you're just as likely to catch the Motor City Madman on one of his reality TV shows as you are on the radio or in concert.
Susan Sarandon, Actress, 60
It's been 30 years since "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" catapulted Sarandon into the public eye. More than 50 films later, plus a Best Actress Oscar for her role in 1995's "Dead Man Walking", she's still making waves as a sought-after actress and an outspoken political activist.
Rusty Wallace, Auto Racer, 50
Former NASCAR Rookie of the Year and 1989 Winston Cup Champ, Wallace, driver of the No. 2 Miller Light car, retired from competition after the 2005 season with 55 career wins, good for 8th best all-time. He's now an auto-racing broadcaster for the Disney family of networks, and owns the No. 64 Busch Series car driven by his son Steve.
Keith Olbermann, TV Host, 47
His primetime show, "Countdown with Keith Olbermann," is one of MSNBC's biggest draws, and Olbermann has drawn attention for his increasingly outspoken criticisms of President George W. Bush. Though he's tackling politics these days, Olbermann first made his name in sports, as a top anchor on ESPN's "SportsCenter."
Naomi Judd, Singer, 61
As one-half of the country music duo, The Judds, Naomi and her daughter Wynnona have sold over 20 million records. Naomi is also an advocate for women's rights, healthcare and welfare reform, and after surviving a life-threatening case of hepatitis C, founded the Naomi Judd Education and Research Fund for the American Liver Foundation. She recently published "Naomi's Guide to Aging Gratefully: Facts, Myths, and Good News for Boomers."
John Oates, Musician, 58
Half of the rock duo Hall & Oates, which has sold more than 60 million albums. His partnership with Daryl Hall began in the 70s and is still intact today. Their latest collaboration was 2004's "Our Kind of Soul."