Freddie Wong

Appears on Why I’m Not: A YouTuber

Freddie Wong is an American filmmaker, musician, VFX artist and competitive gamer.Wong participates in at least three YouTube channels, with RocketJump, his production company’s main channel, supporting over 7 million subscribers, BrandonJLa, a secondary channel with behind the scenes videos and other content, which holds over 1.2 million subscribers, and Node, a gaming channel with over 1.8 million subscribers. He is also known for creating the web series Video Game High School.

Mick Foley

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Professional Wrestler

Mick “Mankind” Foley is a former professional wrestler, writer, color commentator, actor, and voice actor, currently signed to the WWE. While still wrestling, he earned a fan following not for winning matches, but for surviving them; he wrestled through injuries as serious as third-degree burns and having his ear torn off. Foley is widely regarded as one of the greatest wrestlers in the history of the WWE.

Ben Shapiro

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Politician

Ben Shapiro is an American conservative political commentator. He is Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Wire and a radio host on KRLA and KTIE. Shapiro is an NYT bestselling author who’s works include 2004’s Brainwashed: How Universities Indoctrinate America’s Youth. He also is the co-founder and former editor-in-chief of the media watchdog group TruthRevolt.

Spencer Pratt

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Reality Star

Spencer Pratt is an American television personality. In 2007, he began dating Heidi Montag, a primary cast member of the reality television series The Hills. Subsequently, he came to prominence after being cast in the series.

Todd Marinovich

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Good Parent

Todd Marinovich is a former American and Canadian football quarterback. He played for the Los Angeles Raiders of the National Football League, and also in the Canadian Football League and Arena Football League. Marinovich, nicknamed the “Robo QB” is known for the well-documented, intense focus of his training as a young athlete, and for his brief career upon reaching the professional leagues that were cut short primarily because of his addiction to drugs.

Heidi Montag 

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Reality Star

Heidi Montag is an American television personality, singer, fashion designer, and author. In 2006, Montag came to prominence after being cast in the MTV reality television series The Hills, which chronicled the personal and professional lives of Montag and friends Lauren Conrad, Audrina Patridge and Whitney Port. As the series progressed, Montag began dating fellow cast member Spencer Pratt.

Christine Chu 

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Good Parent

Christine Chu is a Premiere College Admissions Counselor at IvyWise, a college admissions counseling company that targets Ivy-League schools. Christine is a former Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions at both Yale University and Georgetown University.

Scott Chipman

Appears on Why I’m Not: High

Scott Chipman is the founder of Citizens Against Legalizing Marijuana (CALM), an all-volunteer Political Action Committee dedicated to defeating any effort to legalize marijuana. CALM takes the position that Federal laws against the use, cultivation, and transportation of marijuana should be maintained and enforced and should not be relaxed or softened.

Dennis Kucinich

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Politician

Dennis Kucinich is best known for being a former U.S. Representative from Ohio, serving from 1997 to 2013. Kucinich was a candidate for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in the 2004 and 2008 Presidential elections. Through his various governmental positions and campaigns, Kucinich attracted attention for consistently delivering “the strongest liberal” perspective.

Lilian Garcia

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Professional Wrestler

Lilian Garcia is currently one of the most popular personalities in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) history. As the host/announcer of the #1 rated television show Monday Night Raw on USA Network, along with monthly Pay-Per-Views, she is seen in over 186 countries and in 35 different languages. In addition to her broadcasting duties with WWE, Garcia has embarked on a rich singing career, attracting English-speaking and Latino audiences worldwide.

Rabih Gholam

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Good Parent

Rabih Gholam is the President of Non-Scripted Television at Studio 71. Gholam most recently served as EVP, Head of Unscripted Programming at Ryan Seacrest Productions. His more popular credits include The Surreal LifeThe HillsThe Mole, and Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Jason Ellis

Appears on Why I’m Not: High

Jason Ellis is and Australian radio host, professional skateboarder, and MMA fighter. He hosts The Jason Ellis Show weekday mornings on the Sirius XM Radio channel, Faction Talk and is well known for covering outrageous subject matter on his show.

Jack Burkman

Appears on Why I’m Not: a Politician

Jack Burkman, founder, and president of JM Burkman & Associates, LLC (the #1 lobbying firm in DC according to The Hill), is a Washington, DC-based political consultant and syndicated radio talk show host. His show. “Behind the Curtain with Jack Burkman,” focuses on news stories that are under the surface or are not being covered at all by the mainstream media.  Burkman also is a former Fox News conservative political analyst who routinely appears on MSNBC, CNN, Fox News, CNBC and others.

Eliot Goldberg

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Reality TV Star

Eliot Goldberg is currently the senior vice president of non-fiction and alternative programming for AMC and SundanceTV. Previously, Goldberg was executive vice president of programming and development for Ryan Seacrest Productions, where he played a key role in launching Seacrest’s production company. He executive produced Keeping Up with the Kardashians and created shows including The Talking Dead, Comic Book Men, andHot in Cleveland.

Matthew Santoro

Appears on Why I’m Not: A YouTuber

Matthew Santoro is a Canadian YouTube personality. He posts on his main channel, “Matthew Santoro” top ten lists and “50 Amazing Facts” videos. He also has a second channel which is primarily used for vlogging. As of January 4, 2017, his main channel has over 5.7 million subscribers and 828.78 million video views, his second (vlog) channel has about 881.6 thousand subscribers and 22.89 million views.

Sean “X-Pac” Waltman

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Professional Wrestler

Sean “X-Pac” Waltman is a professional wrestler signed to the WWE. Waltman has won a dozen championships between WWE, WCW, and TNA; the majority were cruiserweight and tag team titles. In August 2002 he clashed with rivals like Chris Jericho and Billy Kidman and became the first Superstar to hold both the WCW Cruiserweight Championship and WWE Light Heavyweight Championship at the same time. X-Pac still makes occasional appearances on WWE programming and his legacy lives on in WWE video games and on WWE Network.

Maya Thiagarajan

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Good Parent

As a mother and a teacher who has lived and worked in both the United States and Asia, Maya Thiagarajan is well-acquainted with the differences between Western and Asian approaches to parenting and education. In her book, “Beyond the Tiger Mom: East-West Parenting for the Global Age,” she not only interviews Asian parents about their values, hopes, and fears, but also synthesizes an extensive body of educational research. The result is a combination of reflection, story-telling, and practical advice for parents as they strive to raise successful global citizens.

Jon Murray

Appears on Why I’m Not: A Reality Star

Widely credited with inventing the modern reality television genre, Jonathan Murray, along with his partner Mary Ellis Bunim, created The Real World for MTV in 1992, which proved to be a smash hit. Since then, Murray has created and executive produced some of the industry’s most innovative, unscripted, entertainment television programs including The Simple Life, Making the Band, Keeping up with the Kardashians, Project Runway, and Bill Nye Saves the World.

Jesse Stanley

Appears on Why I’m Not: High

Jesse and Joel Stanley, along with three of their brothers, began growing marijuana as a family business in 2008, when Colorado passed its medical marijuana law. With a focus on cancer treatment and pain management, the Stanley brothers now own greenhouses, dispensaries, and labs across the state. They also started Realm of Caring, a nonprofit aimed at educating the public about medicinal marijuana and increasing access for patients across the country.