Celebrity Involvement

Prostate cancer has touched nearly every family, and when the Know Your Score campaign was launched, numerous sports and entertainment celebrities eagerly joined the fight. Stars like Jim Boeheim and Ken Griffey Sr. have beat the disease while others, like Tony Womack and NFL Hall of Famer Dan Hampton, recognized a good cause and are doing their part to eliminate America's most common non-skin cancer.  Here are a few celebrities who have pledged their support to the Know Your Score campaign.

Jim Huber

Four-time Emmy Award Winning essayist and comentator for Turner Sports, Jim Huber, has made his way through journalism's entire mountain range.  Author of highly the highly-acclaimed booke, "A Thousand Goodbyes" and his latest story of Tom Watson's remarkable British Open of 2009 is due out shortly.  Huber is the 2010 Know Your Score: Fight Prostate Cancer National Spokesman.

Craig T. Nelson

Three-time emmy nominated TV and film actor, Craig T. Nelson first jumped on the scene as a stand-up comedian, then made is film debut as the father in the movie "Poltergeist".  Also known for his lead role in the comedy sitcom, "Coach".   

Ewa Mataya Laurance

Ewa "The Striking Viking" Laurance

International and World Cub Trick Shot Champion, Ewa Mataya Laurance took the billiards world by storm since she moved to the U.S. from her native Sweden.  Ewa is the holder of multiple World and US Open 9-ball titles, and had also won the Swedish, European and US National Championships in her incredible career.

Bobby Collins

Bobby Collins has a job that people always laugh at.  As one of today's leading and most sought-after comedic talents, his heartfelt humor engages audiences with a clever blend of characterizations and hilarious observations that everyone can relate to.  Whether its clubs or corporate gatherings it's non-stop laughter.  He says, "Laughing can be a stress reliver.  And when I interact with the audience, they see new things about their everyday world that make them smile.  It's a release."

Muztie a.k.a. Daniel Forestier

Mutzie, whose name is Daniel Forestier, is jolly, engaging, likable and bald.  "I've always been a kuncklehead," he says.  "I've been called Mutzie my whole life.  When my parents took me to my grandparents' house and they had a maid.  She took one look at me and said, 'he looks like a little mutzie.' I still don't know what it means."  A veteran of BET's Club Comic View, Comedy Central and Showtime, he's made over 100 television apearances and is considred the upper crust of B-List comics.

Karen Mills

Karen Mills is a breath of fresh air.  Her humor is smart, funny, and original.  She's been coompared to such greats as Bill Cosby, Ellen Degeneres and Jerry Seinfeld.   A native of Tennesse, this southern girl makes one thing clear, "I am NOT a southern belle, unless I need to be." She's worked with Jon Stewart, was a contributing writer for The Rosie O'Donnell Show, and is currently ont our with the Southern Fried Chicks.

Bobby Cremins

Bobby Cremins

College of Charleston, men's basketball head coach and former head coach at Georgia Tech, Bobby Cremins holds the title of George Tech's "most winningest coach of all time".  He helped to lead Georgia Tech to 8 our of their 9 appearances to the NCAA.

Ken Griffey Sr.

Ken Griffey Sr.

A 19-year Major League Baseball star, Ken Griffey was a three-time All-Star and a two-time World Series champion. The MVP of the 1980 all-star game, Griffey finished his career with more than 2,000 hits. He is the father of future Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr.

Basketball great Sam Jones joins the fight!

Sam Jones

A member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, Sam  Jones played his entire 12-year career with the Boston Celtics. Nicknamed “Mr. Clutch,” he helped the Celtics to 10 NBA titles and averaged 17.7 ppg in a career that included five all-star game appearances. 

Branford Marsalis

Branford Marsalis

World-renowned saxophonist Branford Marsalis, a three-time Grammy winner, has always been a man of numerous musical interests, from jazz, blues and funk to such classical music projects as his Fall 2008 tour with Marsalis Brasilianos.

Tony Womack

Tony Womack

A 13-year Major League Baseball veteran, Tony Womack is best known for his Game 7 heroics in the 2001 World Series. Womack doubled in the bottom of the ninth off New York Yankees star Mariano Rivera to tie the game and set the stage for Arizona’s dramatic comeback win. Womack, a one-time All-Star, led the National League in stolen bases three times.