Though most people remember her as Whitley Gilbert, the southern belle on "A Different World," actress Jasmine Guy has had an incredibly versatile career as an artist. A professional dancer and choreographer, Guy got her start performing in New York at Alvin Ailey. She went on to appear in films like Spike Lee's "School Daze," the TV series "Fame," and released her own self-titled R&B album in 1990.
"I kind of looked at life like graduating from high school. Once you did [one thing], you move to the next level -- and that ain't always the case," Guy says in her recent interview for Oprah.com's new web series, "Who Am I."