After Tim, 70, rose to prominence with Rocky Horror, the actor garnered additional acclaim for his roles in Annie, Legend, Clue and Stephen King's It. He's also starred in movies Home Alone 2: Lost in New York, Muppet Treasure Island and Charlie's Angels.
Throughout her more than 40 years in the spotlight, Susan, 70, has been awarded an Oscar and SAG Award and has been nominated for five Emmys and eight Golden Globes. The mom-of-three is known for her starring roles in Thelma & Louise, Stepmom, The Banger Sisters, Enchanted and Cloud Atlas.
Richard, 74, wrote the original The Rocky Horror Show cult musical and later co-wrote the screenplay for the show's film adaptation. He now voices Lawrence Fletcher on the Disney animated TV show Phineas and Ferb.
Though she is best known for portraying Magenta in Rocky Horror — a role she first played in the musical's original stage show — Patricia, 72, has additionally appeared in movies Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, Mary Horror and The Lords of Salem.
One year after the cult classic premiered, Peter, 70, retired from acting. The former star — who once described his role in Rocky Horror as an "embarrassment" — now works as an antiques dealer in London.
The Grammy winner, 69, is most known for his career as one of the best-selling music artists of all time. His other film credits include Wayne's World, Spiceworld: The Movie, Citizen Jane and Stage Fright.