Olympic athletes who made it big afterwards
See which famous Olympic athletes made a name for themselves outside of athletics.
Won: Eight medals, including two gold, for the Winter Olympics.
Apolo Ohno competed on "Dancing With The Stars" in 2007.
Won: One Olympic gold medal in 1984 and another in 1988 for figure skating.
Won: 1968 Olympic gold medal in the heavyweight boxing.
Won: 1993 world champion and 1994 Olympic champion in ladies' singles for figure skating.
Oksana Baiul has appeared in the TV series "Strong Medicine," played Dorothy in the "The Wizard of Oz on Ice," and played Clara in the "Nutcracker on Ice."
Won: The gold medal in platform diving at the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles in 1984.
Greg Louganis wrote an autobiography "Breaking the Surface," where he discusses his battle with HIV. A longtime a gay rights activist, he's also starred in "Touch Me" and "Watercolors." Since 2010, Louganis has been coaching divers in the SoCal Divers Club in California.
Won: World's bronze medalist in 2008 for figure skating.
A documentary of Johnny Weir's career and life called "Pop Star on Ice" premiered in 2009. He was a judge on "Skating with the Stars" and also appeared on Kathy Griffin's "My Life on the D-List" and on MTV's "When I Was 17."
Won: She has won more Olympic medals than any other female figure skater.
Won: Gold medal in the 1984 Olympics for figure skating.
Scott Hamilton has appeared in movies including "On Edge" and "Blades of Glory."
Won: 1976 World Champion figure skater.
Dorothy Hamill has starred in "Romeo and Juliet on Ice" and the movie "Blades of Glory."
Won: 10 Olympic medals in track.
Carl Lewis has been in several movies, including "Alien Hunter" and "Tournament of Dreams." Lewis also attempted to run as a Democrat for the New Jersey Senate in 2011, but didn't meet the state's requirements for candidacy.
Won: Seven gold medals at the 1972 Munich Olympic Games.
Mark Spitz tried his luck with acting and starred in "Challenge of a Lifetime" and "Emergency!"
Mary Lou Retton
Won: All around gold medal in women's gymnastics in Los Angeles in 1984. At 16 she became the first American woman ever to win an individual Olympic Gold Medal in gymnastics.
Bruce Jenner starred in the film "Can't Stop the Music" in 1980 and the TV series "CHiPs" from 1981 to 1982. He's now best known as the concerned father on E!'s reality show "Keeping Up With The Kardashians."
Won: Silver medal for the balance beam at the 1970 World Championships.
Cathy Rigby has appeared in TV commercials and was a commentator for ABC Sports. She has also played Peter Pan on Broadway since 1990.