Most Infamous Moment: In November of 1970, she was arrested for drug-smuggling on the way back from an anti-Vietnam fundraiser in Ohio, resulting in the iconic mugshot above.

Jane Fonda's not just that GILF on The Newsroom. She's actually a legend. During the 1960s, Fonda was one of the most outspoken political activists for the Civil Rights Movement and opposition to the war in Vietnam. Additionally, she supported Huey Lewis and the Black Panthers in the 1970s. 

Of course, her efforts didn't come without trouble. During a visit to Vietnam, Fonda was photographed sitting on an anti-aircraft battery amongst Vietnamese soldiers, which enraged Americans. She later explained that she was caught up in a song about equality and didn't realize where she was sitting.