Host and Executive Producer
Sara Gilbert may be best known for her role as Darlene Conner in the long-running hit series “Roseanne,” for which she earned two Emmy Award nominations and numerous other awards.
Gilbert recently recurred in the role of Leslie Winkle on “The Big Bang Theory,” on the Network. Gilbert’s additional television credits include a starring role in “Twins,” recurring roles on “The Class” on the Network and “ER” as well as guest appearances on “Will & Grace,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit,” “24,” “Private Practice” and “Welcome To New York,” on the Network.
Among her film credits are “Riding in Cars with Boys,” for which she received an Independent Spirit Award nomination, “Desert Blue,” “Light It Up,” “High Fidelity” and a cameo role in “The Big Tease.”
Gilbert made her directorial debut with the critically-acclaimed short film, “Persona Non Grata.” The film was selected for the 1998 Sundance Film Festival.
On stage, Gilbert’s credits include the off-Broadway play “Exonerated,” an appearance in the world premiere of Gray Stewart’s play, “Downwinder Dance,” in Ohio and a starring role in the Williamstown Theater Festival production of “The Hot L Baltimore.”
A magna cum laude graduate of Yale University with a degree in art, Gilbert’s concentration was in photography. She has exhibited her photographs in New York at the Paul Morris Gallery, and her work was shown at the Deutsche Guggenheim Museum in Berlin during the summer of 2008. She lives in Los Angeles with her girlfriend and their two children. Her birth date is Jan. 29.
Follow Sara Gilbert on Twitter: @THEsaragilbert.
Carrie Ann Inaba
Carrie Ann Inaba is a dancer, choreographer, producer and television personality. She serves as host of The Talk, CBS’ Daytime Emmy Award-winning talk show that examines topical events and contemporary issues through the eyes of five female hosts, alongside Eve, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, and Sheryl Underwood.
In 2005, dancer, choreographer, producer, and television personality Inaba debuted on the series premiere of the ABC competition series Dancing with the Stars and has served as a judge for all 25 seasons of the award-winning show. She later created a spinoff series with fellow judge, Bruno Tonioli, titled Dance Wars: Bruno vs. Carrie Ann. In 1990, after releasing three singles as a recording artist in Japan, Inaba returned to the United States and landed a job on In Living Color where she became one of the first Asian Americans to perform contemporary dance on national television as one of the “Fly Girls.” She also went on to perform with Madonna on “The Girlie Show World Tour” as a dancer.
Inaba has appeared as a host on the Miss America pageant, American Idol, American Juniors, Dance Fever, The TV Land Awards, The Kids Choice Awards, and the American Music Awards. She also hosted Game Show Network’s 1 VS. 100 and TV Guide Network’s live Red Carpet coverage and Fashion Wrap. Inaba was a returning guest co-host for Live With Kelly and Ryan, filling in more than any other talent with almost 30 appearances to date. She has also been seen on the big screen in Austin Powers in Goldmember, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me, American Virgin, and Monster Mash.
In 2012, Inaba launched The Animal Project Foundation, collaborating with rescue and animal organizations to create programs that save animals’ lives by providing emergency rescue grants. She recently launched The Carrie Ann Conversations, a personal empowerment blog sharing information and personal stories with women around the world.
As a member of the Board of Directors of C.A.P.E, the Coalition of Asian Pacific’s in Entertainment, Inaba received the East West Players Visionary Award in 2009. In 2015, she was inducted into the Asian Hall of Fame.
Inaba was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. She currently lives in Los Angeles. Her birthday is Jan. 5. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram @carrieanninaba.
Sheryl Underwood is a multi-faceted entrepreneur, currently balancing the roles of in-demand entertainer, owner and chief executive officer of Pack Rat Productions and International President of her beloved Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Named one of today’s hardest working comediennes, Underwood has starred in such films as “Bullworth,” “I Got the Hook Up” and “Beauty Shop,” starring Queen Latifah. In addition, Underwood was the host of Black Entertainment Television’s (BET’s) “Comic View” and “Holla,” a talk show she created and produced which was loosely based on Bill Maher’s “Politically Incorrect.”
Underwood, a sought-after media personality, is described as one of the world’s brightest contemporary humorists. She is a weekly contributor on the “Steve Harvey Morning Show,” also serving as guest host, and appears on “The Steve Harvey Project,” the television version of the show airing on TV-ONE. Underwood also hosts “The Sheryl Underwood Show” on Jamie Foxx’s “The Foxxhole,” airing on Sirius 106/XM 149, where she provides a mix of political satire, comedy and music. Also, Underwood hosted the fifth season of “Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-Up” and is a former contributor to the “Tom Joyner Morning Show.” Underwood has appeared on “The Dr. Phil Show,” “Fox and Friends,” “The Joy Behar Show,” “WPIX” in New York City and “The View.”
Follow Sheryl Underwood on Twitter: @sherylunderwood.
Sharon Osbourne’s television credits include a judging role on “America’s Got Talent” and competing as a candidate on “Celebrity Apprentice.” Osbourne created and produced the cable reality series, “The Osbournes,” which starred her husband, Ozzy Osbourne, and two of their three their children, and which won an Emmy Award for Best Reality Show in 2002. Osbourne’s additional television credits include guest starring roles on “Will & Grace,” “Days of Our Lives” and “Punk’d,” among others. She has also appeared on “The X Factor” in the United Kingdom.
Osbourne’s career in the music industry has spanned over 30 years. In addition to managing the career of her husband, she has managed numerous artists such as Black Sabbath, Electric Light Orchestra, Smashing Pumpkins, Motorhead and Slade. In 1996, Osbourne created and produced Ozzfest, the biggest hard rock touring festival in America.
Osbourne is a best-selling author of Revenge, about the competitive relationship between two sisters, and her autobiography, Sharon Osbourne Extreme: My Autobiography.
Having beaten colon cancer, she started the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Foundation in association with Cedars Sinai Medical Center. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband Ozzy Osbourne and has three children. Her birth date is Oct. 9.
Follow Sharon Osbourne on Twitter: @MrsSOsbourne.
EVE is an actress and Grammy-award musician with an impressive hit list (“Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” “Gangsta Lovin’,” “Who’s That Girl,” “Satisfaction,” “Tambourine,” etc.) along with four multi-million selling albums (Let There Be Eve… Ruff Ryders’ First Lady, Scorpion, Eve-Olution, and Lip Lock). She has earned rave reviews from critics and set “a new standard in hip-hop,” according to Entertainment Weekly.
Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania she was the inaugural winner of the Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration in 2002 for the song “Let Me Blow Ya Mind,” with singer Gwen Stefani. Eve was also number 48 on VH1’s “50 Greatest Women of the Video Era” list.
Throughout her career she has collaborated with numerous other prominent artists including: Alicia Keys, Ludacris, Jill Scott, DMX, Swizz Beatz, Dr. Dre, Juicy J, The Roots, and Missy Elliott. Aside from her Grammy Award, she has been the recipient of countless other musical honors including a BET Award for Best Female HipHop Artist and an NAACP Image Award for Best New Artist when she originally exploded onto the scene in 2000.
As an actress Eve has appeared in multiple films such as xXx with Vin Diesel, both Barbershop and Barbershop 2: Back in Business with Ice Cube, The Cookout with Queen Latifah and Meagan Good, The Woodsman with Kevin Bacon, and Flashbacks of a Fool with Daniel Craig. On television she is best known for starring in her own self-titled UPN sitcom, Eve, as a fashion designer named Shelly. She also had a recurring role on Glee as the rival glee club coach, Grace Hitchens, and appeared on four episodes of the Oxygen series Sisterhood of Hip Hop as one of the distinguished music mentors to up and coming female rappers.
Eve has achieved success in the fashion industry as a fashion designer; in addition to numerous fashion industry awards was the recipient of the Breakthrough Style Award from Vogue. In 2016, she reprised her role of Terri in the film Barbershop 3 – The Next Cut and reunited with fellow fashion and music icon, Gwen Stefani for the “This Is What The Truth Feels Like” tour. Most recently, Eve participated in the 19th annual Gumball 3000 rally alongside her husband Maximillion Cooper, CEO of the Gumball 3000.