Les Claypool - Bassist and frontman for Primus. You may know of Primus, as they did the original theme for South Park, and have been featured on the show in different ways.
In my opinion, he is easily up there with Jaco as one of the most influential bassists ever. His music is so weird, and very technically complex. He even auditioned for Metallica after their legendary bassist died... I am glad he didn't get in, because we wouldn't have Primus!
Cliff Burton - Metallica's legendary bassist. He was a musical genius as well, in my opinion. Anesthesia (Pulling Teeth)
was one of the first songs/solos I ever learned to play on the bass. Of course I got a bass wah and Boss Bass Overdrive to get the same crunchy tone. He was just a crazy, bass playing hippy bastard.
Dolph Lundgren - Some of you may remember my post about him a while back, but this is for those of you that missed it. See, Dolph Lundgren's career as an action star could have very easily been overlooked by the JCVD's, Steven Seagal's, Chuck Norris', and Sylvester Stallone's of the eighties. In fact, I would say it was, save for Rocky IV. However, there is so much more to this man than a dude who kicked ass on film.Dolph Lundgren's Wikipedia page
If you want the jist of it... He did his two years in Swedish Military. Has a masters in chemical engineering, and was awarded the Fulbright Scholarship to MIT. He is a 3rd Dan in Kyokushin Karate, put Stallone in a coma while filming Rocky IV, and actually fought Oleg Taktarov (search for it in the videos section of the playground).