Kristin Chenoweth's career has ranged from Broadway--where she was a Tony winner (for "Wicked")--to TV ("The West Wing," the short-lived "Kristin") to movies ("The Pink Panther," "RV," "Bewitched"). Last year, she was even fictionalized in ex-boyfriend Aaron Sorkin's "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip," in which the character Harriet, the beautiful evangelical who stood firm in her faith while defying stereotypes of the closed-minded Christian, was widely assumed to be based on Chenoweth. She has spoken at Women of Faith conferences and released an album of Christian inspirational music called "As I Am." Having grown up dreaming of success in Christian music, Chenoweth has said, "I'm an actress and a singer and I'm also a Christian. We're not all crazy right-wingers. I just want to be like Jesus, forgiving and loving and nonjudgmental, accepting of everyone even if they don't agree."