Chelsea Handler is a comedian, actress, writer and author from New Jersey. Handler is also the television host of her own late night talk show "Chelsea Lately," which airs on the E! network.
Drew Hastings is a stand-up comedian, standing 6' 6" tall. Hastings’ comedy tends to be both hilarious and self-deprecating. He believes that we are our own worst enemy.
Don Henley is a rock singer, songwriter and drummer, best known as a founding member of the Eagles. The Eagles disbanded in 1980 but later re-united. Henley continues to tour and record with The Eagles, however, he also pursues his solo career.
Buddy Holly was a singer, a songwriter, a guitarist, and a pioneer of Rock and Roll. Just as he was becoming successful and well known, he died in an airplane crash at the age of 22. Yet in his short life, he set the tone for the future of Rock and Roll.
Clint Holmes is an English singer, songwriter and dancer. Holmes is best known for his silky vocal stylings, but his talents include dancing and a warm comedic touch.
The Hooters are a rock band from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that formed in 1980. They became a huge success along their native East Coast and also in Europe.
Bruce Hornsby is a singer, a pianist, an accordion player, and a songwriter. He is known for the spontaneity and creativity of his live performances.
Jennifer Hudson is a singer, songwriter and film actress. Hudson came to prominence in 2004 as one of the finalists on the third season of the Fox TV reality television series "American Idol."
D.L. Hughley is an actor and stand-up comedian. He is perhaps best known as the
star of the ABC/UPN sitcom "The Hughleys," and as one of the four comedians featured in the Spike Lee film
"The Original Kings of Comedy."
Engelbert Humperdinck is a well-known popular music singer who became famous internationally after adopting the name of the famous German opera composer "Engelbert Humperdinck" as his own stage name.