While he's Snoop Dogg on the stage, out on this field you'd know him as "Coach Snoop."
Who knew that the hip hop legend funds an entire youth football league out of his own pocket, or that he coaches one of the teams himself? Snoop's Pomona Steelers are reigning champions, probably because they keep their minds on their fundamentals and their fundamentals on their minds.
Brian May of Queen began studying for his PhD in the early 70's, but then for some reason he got busy and couldn't complete his course load (weird, right?). But, in 2007, May finally completed his studies, and went on to become the Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University.
Since then, he's published two books on astrophysics. His landmark thesis paper on the relation between fat bottomed girls and the universe, however, has yet to be accepted by any major journals.
Tony Bennett really is an accomplished painter, under his original name Anthony Benedetto. His work has been exhibited in galleries around the world. And, of course, who can forget his musical ode to the craft, "It Don't Mean a Thing if it Ain't Got that Semi-Gloss Finish"?
As a teenager, Vanilla Ice was a three-time motocross Grand National champion. Asked if he was ever afraid by having a hobby that was so deadly, Ice just scoffed. Compared to a dope melody, dirt biking is downright benign.
Did you know that Rodger Daltrey of The Who designed and created his own trout fishery? It's open to the public for amateur anglers, and the landscape is so pristine that I hear you can see for miles and miles and miles and miles and miles...