This Week on People.com
Each week PEOPLE sheds a spotlight on selfless citizens who strive to make a difference. As we look forward to the magazine's special Heroes Among Us issue, revisit some of the most remarkable stories from the past year.
PLUS: Look for an opportunity to win an all-expenses-paid trip to a special PEOPLE event in which celebrities honor everyday heroes.
West Wing star Martin Sheen (above) has been arrested more than 70 times during his participation in a variety of protests. When Sex and the City's Kristin Davis went into acting, she made her grandparents a promise: no smoking, no cussing and no sex. Rap star DMX's real name is Earl Simmons. Find out more about these celebrities and hundreds of others in our photo-filled PEOPLE Profiles.
PEOPLE.com asked: Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck have been getting hot and heavy while filming their new movie Jersey Girl. What do you see in their near future?
Heading their separate ways 44%
Heading for the altar 34%
Continued canoodling 22%
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The filmmaker behind Roger & Me, Michael Moore, releases a controversial new movie, Bowling for Columbine, opening Oct. 11.