Notable Celebrities at 2011 Bob Hope Classic

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Actor Kurt Russell has been in such films as The Thing, Backdraft and Tombstone.
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Alice Cooper, a regular at celebrity pro-ams, will soon be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
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NFL analyst and former running back Marshall Faulk is a finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 2011.
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Julius Erving racked up four NBA MVP awards in his Hall of Fame career.
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Future Hall of Fame pitcher Greg Maddux, left, won four Cy Young awards and 355 games in his career.
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Comedian Kevin Nealon is best known for his long run on Saturday Night Live.
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Hall of Fame boxer Sugar Ray Leonard won world titles in five different weight classes.
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Actor Scott Wolf is making his Bob Hope Classic debut.
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Bo Jackson was the first athlete to become an all star in two professional sports leagues, the NFL and the MLB.
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Sterling Sharpe made the NFL Pro Bowl five times as a wide receiver. He is now a football analyst for the NFL Network.
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In just three seasons in the major leagues, Evan Longoria has won the Rookie of the Year award, three Gold Gloves and made three All-Star teams for the Tampa Bay Rays.