The winners of the first five seasons of "America's Got Talent" are Bianca Ryan, Terry Fator, Neal E. Boyd, Kevin Skinner and Michael Grimm. Winners since then are Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., Olate Dogs, Kenichi Ebina and Mat Franco, as of 2015.
Biana Ryan is a singer who won the competition at 11 years old. She has released multiple albums since the show. Terry Fator is a singing impressionist ventriloquist. After winning, he began headlining a show at The Mirage.
Neal E. Boyd is an opera singer who released an album after the show and then became a politician. Kevin Skinner is a country singer. He released an album and headlined a show at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino.
Michael Grimm is a soul singer who released an album after the competition. Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr. is a jazz singer. He has released multiple albums and headlined a show at Caesar's Palace. Olate Dogs, a father and son act that performs tricks with dogs, is the first non-singing act to win "America's Got Talent." The act used only rescue dogs.
Kenichi Ebina is a mime and a dancer who uses martial arts moves. He has performed at several events since winning. Mat Franco is the first magician to win the competition.