star of Whose Line Is It Anyway? and The Wayne Brady Show
"My favorite movie is Kiss of the Dragon, because Jet Li kicks butt and can say so much with just a backhand. Favorite CD? DMX's The Great Depression, because he kicks butt and can say so much with just a backhand."
"Umm...Bandits. I like to see Bruce Willis being funny. There are so many things to like about Bruce—for instance, he wears a ponytail in the movie."
Legally Blonde actress
"I loved The Others; it was so well done. It reminded me of an old classic Hitchcock movie. The twist totally got me at the end."
"My guilty pleasure is Nick at Nite. I watch old Gilligan's Island and Bewitched, all that stuff."
"The Corrections by Jonathan Franzen. I love his writing style and the description of the twisted family dynamic."
Shallow Hal star
"I find Sex and the City irreverent and shocking—it's one step beyond how girls really talk. I would do a cameo on that show in a flash."
David James Elliott
"Scrubs is very clever. My wife and I always sit down and watch the new TV shows at least once to see what the competition is for JAG, and that was the one that really grabbed me. Now I won't miss it."
West Wing Star
"Seabiscuit: An American Legend by Laura Hillenbrand was really fascinating. I know nothing about horse racing and this book held my attention every page."
"Aaliyah's self-titled CD. A beautiful, beautiful album by a beautiful, beautiful artist. She'll be greatly missed."
talk show host
"John Adams by David McCullough was brilliantly written. It gives you a whole new view of the Revolution and the early days of this country."
Destiny's Child lead singer
"Sex and the City. I like the clothes, the story lines, the actresses. I'm like Sarah Jessica Parker's character. She's the one who holds everyone together, and that's me."
"Blow was original and captivating. Johnny Depp was great."
Malcolm in the Middle actress
"I loved Shrek. It just had a great tongue-in-cheek take on animated films that I really enjoyed."
"Definitely Zoolander. I howled. Ben Stiller was so funny and so were his mother and father. It was a real family affair."
"Hedwig and the Angry Inch was well done and captivating. John Cameron Mitchell is beyond brilliant."
The View host
"I thought Moulin Rouge was incredibly creative and visually stimulating. The music was phenomenal."
Everybody Loves Raymond star
"Bridget Jones's Diary was one of the funniest movies I've ever seen. Renée Zellweger was so charming and adorable."
American Pie 2 actor
"My favorite TV show year after year is The Simpsons. It's absolutely hilarious."
Matchbox Twenty lead singer
"Musicforthemorningafter by Pete Yorn. I think it was a great rock record when we needed a great rock record."
"Michael Jackson's Invincible CD. He is still the king of pop, and the album has everything you could want on it."
Jesse L. Martin
Law & Order actor
"My favorite book is Q: The Autobiography of Quincy Jones. It chronicles an amazing person and an astonishing life. I wish I was that cool."
Gosford Park actor
"Amélie was the most beautiful film. I loved the whimsy and the pure escapism. It took me away completely to a different place and time."
"Mulholland Drive. I love movies where the filmmakers are ahead of you as an audience. You don't know what to expect. David Lynch's work always fits that bill."
Inside Schwartz star
"The soundtrack from Moulin Rouge is unreal."
"Rock Star. It was interesting to see the similarities between the lifestyle back in the '80s and the lifestyle today."
Monsters, Inc. star
"Pearl Harbor was okay, but I don't go out to movies a lot. I guess I'm just an old crab!"
American Pie 2 actress
"David Gray's Lost Songs. The pace of my life has been so fast lately that when I wake up, all I want to do is listen to his mellow voice. It makes me feel good."
talk show host
"As a nonpracticing attorney, I live vicariously through TV's The Practice staff."
"You've got to see Monsters, Inc. Billy Crystal and John Goodman are fantastic. I was falling off my seat laughing."
Ocean's Eleven star
"The Man Who Wasn't There. The cinematography was unbelievable and the performances across the board were terrific. Billy Bob Thornton deserves an Oscar."
Vivica A. Fox
Kingdom Come actress
"Alicia Keys's Songs in A Minor. She reminds me of a female version of Prince. She plays, she sings, she's awesome and she really has a great future in front of her."
"Manu Chao's Proxima Estación: Esperanza. He's a French guy, but he's an anthropologist of music."
"My favorite CD of 2001 is This Ain't a Game by Ray J. I love the beat. His music gets me going and makes me want to dance."
"I am a big Bubba Sparxxx fan. Dark Days, Bright Nights just grabs me. There is something very deep about that record."