We all know that home is where the heart is, and our hearts belong in Waukesha. You may be surprised to learn who else has their heart - and their home - in our beautiful and quaint Waukesha.
Everyone knows that musicians and Olympic athletes need killer smiles. When's the last time you went to the dentist? If you want a rockstar smile too, it might be time to make an appointment right here at Summit Square Dental in Waukesha.
Take a look at these Waukesha pearly whites and consider how your smile compares.
Everyone knows that Les Paul hails from our beloved Waukesha, so he gets the number one spot on the list. He'll always have a special place in our hearts.
In 2014, the former Wisconsin football star became the first player in NFL history to record his second 20+ sack seasons in a career. Check out those muscles (and teeth)!
Whitmore is an Olympic long track speedskater. He participated in the 2018 Winter Olympics, finishing 10th in the 1000m.
You may recognize Frank Caliendo from MADtv, Fox NFL Sunday or his stand-up comedy. Go, Pack, go!
This rock band is known for their pop hit “Closer to Free,” which was used as the opening song in the movie “Heavyweights” and the theme song to the TV series “Party of Five.”
Like movies? David Koepp is known for Hollywood hits such as Mission: Impossible, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, and Jurassic Park.
Paul won the silver medal in 2000. Paul is a World Champion gymnast and three-time Olympic medalist and is the only male American gymnast to win all-around at World's and the Olympics. This pic is from back in their Waukesha days!
Jorgenson was USA Triathlon's 2013 and 2014 Olympic/ITU Female Athlete of the Year and the 2014 and 2015 ITU World Triathlon Series Champion. In 2016, she won the USA’s first triathlon gold medal, and she deserves another gold medal for her beautiful smile.