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James Keach Interview: Famed Filmmaker Focuses on Unsung Heroes of Fight to Cure Alzheimer's

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James Keach

Born December 7, 1947, in Savannah, Georgia, James Keach is an actor, writer, producer and filmmaker. He is the younger brother of actor Stacy Keach and the son of actor Stacy Keach, Sr. He has appeared in over 50 feature films and has produced and directed hundreds of hours of television. His most recent success was the award-winning documentary Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me, which showed the legendary singer’s unprecedented “Goodbye Tour” after he was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. The film was nominated for an Academy Award and won three Grammy Awards.

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September 2020

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Trae Crowder Interview: "There’s Just So Much Bullshit Coming Out of This Administration"

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Trae Crowder

Trae Crowder hails from Celina, Tennessee, and got his start as a standup comic following an open mic night at Side Splitters Comedy Club in Knoxville. Soon after, he evolved his main character that was described as the Liberal Redneck, and his trademark comedic monologues have garnered both controversy and cumulative views in the millions on YouTube. His videos include topics of race, religion, LGBTQ rights, gun control and anything Donald Trump.

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August 2020

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Melody Thomas Scott Interview: "Y&R" Star Talks Turning Down TV Show with Lucy and Abusive Childhood

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Melody Thomas Scott

Melody Thomas Scott is best known for her Emmy-nominated work in the iconic role of Nikki Newman, a character she’s played for more than 40 years on currently the highest rated daytime drama, The Young and the Restless. Scott was a child actress and appeared in the 1964 Alfred Hitchcock movie Marnie at the age of eight. She appeared in John Wayne’s final film, The Shootist, and guest starred on television in The Rockford Files, Charlie’s Angels and had a recurring role on The Waltons.

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August 2020

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Shaun King Interview: Championing the Challenges of Social Change

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Shaun King

As a leader of the Black Lives Matter movement, Shaun King has become one of the most recognizable and powerful voices on the front lines of civil rights in our time. He was recently named by Time magazine as one of the 25 most important people in the world online and is the co-founder of Real Justice and the Action PAC. Previously, he was the senior justice writer for the New York Daily News, a senior columnist for The Intercept and writer-in-residence at Harvard Law School.

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