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This Canadian songstress has sold tens of millions of albums and been nominated for and won scores of awards including Grammy's and Golden Globes during a decade-long career. But that's not enough for a woman who has spent years giving a voice to causes from global warming to disaster aid.
Known as "The Divine Miss M," Bette Midler is the quintessential entertainer-a singer, a dancer, a comedienne, and a dramatic actress. During her career, she has won four Grammy Awards, an Emmy Award, a Tony Award, and has been nominated for two Academy Awards. Selling more than 14 million albums over the course of her career, she holds 25 gold, platinum and multi-platinum certifications for...
Betty Anne Waters
What would you do if your loved one was sentenced to life in prison – and you were 100% certain of his innocence? Betty Anne Waters – inspiration for the upcoming major motion picture Betty Anne Waters "Conviction" starring Oscar© winner Hillary Swank – lived that nightmare when, in 1983, her brother was sentenced to life without parole for a murder and robbery he swore he didn’t commit. When...
Whether skewering Republicans, Democrats, the mass media or Hollywood, Bill Maher is one of the most perceptive and hilarious satirists at work today. From the podium he delivers his trademark blend of devastating social commentary and politically incorrect humor that always leaves audiences begging for more.
Oprah Winfrey calls his designs "works of art." Tim Gunn calls him "a prodigy" and "the next great American fashion designer." Only 24 years old, Christian Siriano was born to design. Raised by a creative family in Annapolis, Maryland, Christian began designing at just thirteen years old and attended the Baltimore School for the Arts and then went on to study at the American...
David de Rothschild
David is an adventurer, environmentalist, eternal optimist and the founder of myoo.com a group that uses exploration, adventure and storytelling as a way to give nature a voice. David is leading a new generation of action-oriented change makers and reigniting a collective spirit of hope that the fate of our planet can be rewritten. Driven by his immeasurable curiosity for the natural world he...
Davis Guggenheim is a critically acclaimed, Academy Award-winning director and producer, whose early work includes many television dramas such as Deadwood, NYPD Blue and 24. He transitioned into directing non-fiction films with The First Year, which aired on PBS in 2001 and won a Peabody Award. An Inconvenient Truth, featuring former Vice President Al Gore, was theatrically distributed by...
Born in Canada, James Cameron moved to California in 1971 at the age of 17. He studied physics at Fullerton Junior College while working as a machinist, and later a truck driver. Setting his sights on a career in film, Cameron quit his trucking job and went to work on low-budget science fiction films as a self-taught designer and visual effects artist. In 1984, his first directed film...
Julia Louis-Dreyfus earned worldwide acclaim and recognition for her portrayal of Elaine Benes in the hit NBC series Seinfeld. She received two Emmy awards, a Golden Globe award, five Screen Actors Guild awards, and four American Comedy Awards during the show's nine-year run. Julia recently received her thirteenth Emmy nomination for her portrayal of Vice President Selina Meyer on HBO's...
For some artists, winning an Oscar would represent reaching a pinnacle. For Ryan Bingham, who took home the Academy Award for "The Weary Kind," his hauntingly beautiful theme song for the acclaimed film Crazy Heart, it instead represented a crossroads and a decision about which path to take. "When there are a lot of people around saying 'look, you have to capitalize on this and do something ...
National Geographic Society Explorer in Residence Dr. Sylvia A. Earle, called Her Deepness by the New Yorker and the New York Times, Living Legend by the Library of Congress, and first Hero for the Planet by Time Magazine, is an oceanographer, explorer, author and lecturer with experience as a field research scientist, government official, and director for a number of corporate and non-profit...
“Arnold Schwarzenegger may have signed the world's toughest anti-global-warming law, but it is Terry Tamminen, his environmental adviser, who is emerging as the state's real [global warming] Terminator.” (TIME Magazine, April 9, 2007). “Terry Tamminen...is probably the most brilliant guy around when it comes to the environment,” says Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, (Outside Magazine, April...
Trudie Styler’s dynamic personality and incredible determination have made her one of the most powerful women in today’s entertainment industry. Her passionate concerns for the environment and human rights motivate many of her career choices, and are reflected most clearly in her documentary films and fundraising activities. Trudie’s charitable work for human rights and the environment...
Explorer, social entrepreneur and environmental advocate, Philippe Cousteau is the 33-year-old son of Jan and Philippe Cousteau Sr., and the grandson of Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau. His personal mission is to help people find hope and recognize their power to change the world. Philippe pursues that mission in three main ways, through media, education, and social entrepreneurship. Philippe...
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