It's Boy Scout Day, and we salute those everywhere who abide by the motto "Be prepared!" Since learning survival techniques is key to success as a scout, it's no surprise that some celebrities put the scouting skills they learned as children into practice to help them get to where they are today. Can you guess these notable Boy Scouts in five clues or less? Mystery Person #1
Clue 1. I've been making films since I was a child.
Clue 2. I directed the first summer blockbuster ever that made people afraid of beaches.
Clue 3. You could say I'm a fan of The Color Purple.
Clue 4. A daredevil hero I helped create is afraid of snakes.
Clue 5. I won my first Oscar for my movie about a list of people to protect during World war II.
Who Am I? Mystery Person #2
Clue 1. I've made the Forbes list of World's Billionaires every year for more than a decade.
Clue 2. Anthony Michael Hall portrayed me in a made-for-TV movie.
Clue 3. At 19, I cut my first deal with IBM.
Clue 4. I dropped out of Harvard to start a computer company with a friend.
Clue 5. Sensing Windows of opportunity, we focused on software instead of hardware.
Who Am I? Mystery Person #3
Clue 1. I'm legendary for getting Satisfaction.
Clue 2. One of my Life lessons: After decades of hard partying, I realize the life of a junkie isn't recommended.
Clue 3. Some days you just want to Paint It Black.
Clue 4. I'm the guitarist for what many consider the world's greatest rock 'n' roll band.
Clue 5. Johnny Depp was inspired by me when creating his character Jack Sparrow.
Who Am I? Mystery Person #4
Clue 1. My real name is Marion Robert Morrison.
Clue 2. After starring in a film with Marlene Dietrich, we became an item off-screen.
Clue 3. Ronald Reagan was a friend of mine.
Clue 4. Although some may know me as The Quiet Man, I go by "Duke."
Clue 5. I won my first Oscar for playing Rooster, a role Jeff Bridges later reprised.