Fun (stylized as fun.) is an American indie pop band based in New York City. It was formed by Nate Ruess, former lead singer of The Format, with Andrew Dost of Anathallo and Jack Antonoff of Steel Train.
Gayle Turner was nominated for the Colorado Theatre Guild's Henry Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Musical. The role was Geneva Lee Brown, in "1940's Radio Hour", directed by Bev Newcomb Madden, at the Arvada Center.
George A. Romero was an American-Canadian filmmaker, writer, and editor, best known for his series of gruesome and satirical horror films about an imagined zombie apocalypse, beginning in 1968 with "Night of the Living Dead".
Georgics Kyriacos Panayiotou, known professionally as George Michael, is an English singer-songwriter and record producer. He rose to fame during the 1980s and 1990s with his style of post-disco dance-pop.
Gerald Alston is an American R&B singer, and the lead singer with The Manhattans. Between 1988 and 1995, he left the group to record five albums (later recording his tribute to Sam Cooke in 2008) and ten solo singles.
Gerald Levert is best known for singing with Sean Levert and Marc Gordon of the vocal group LeVert. Levert was also a member of LSG, comprising Keith Sweat, Johnny Gill, and himself. Levert is the son of Eddie Levert, who is the Lead Singer of The O'Jays.
Gideon Glick is an American stage performer and movie actor. His Broadway work includes the role of Ernst in the musical "Spring Awakening". He is currently starring in "Significant Other" (2015) on Broadway.
Gloria Estefan started off her career as the lead singer in the group called Miami Latin Boys, which was eventually known as Miami Sound Machine. She has won seven Grammy Awards. Estefan also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.