The daughter of music mogul Quincy Jones and actress Peggy Lipton, Rashida Jones inherited a multitude of talents that extend from acting and singing to writing and video directing. She broke out in the Mario Puzo mini-series The Last Don in 1997 and has since starred in dozens of films and TV shows, including The Office, Boston Republic and Celeste and Jesse Forever, in which she penned the screenplay and snagged the star role. A NAACP Image Award nominee, Jones is also the creator of the comic book series Frenemy of the State and played Ann Perkins on NBC's Parks and Recreation.  (Photo: Brian To/WENN.com)