Taylor Lautner (better known as Jacob Black to his adoring "Twilight" movie fans) was born in Michigan in 1992. Although young, Lautner has already acquired a long list of screen credits -- along with an MTV Movie Award. But his most famous role is that of the Native American Jacob Black in the 2008 "Twilight" film. Word has it that, in order to keep the role in the "Twilight sequel, "New Moon," Jacob worked out with weights and gained 30 pounds.
This big-screen heartthrob-in-the-making has other talents too. His many voice-over roles include episodes of "What's New, Scooby-Doo?" and "He's a Bully, Charlie Brown. Lautner is also accomplished in martial arts, and studied karate from age six until age thirteen.