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Jerry Mathers

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Jerry Mathers' television career began at the tender age of two. He then continued to work on many of the early 50's television shows and made his movie debut co-starring with Linda Darnell in This Is My Love. It was in 1957, however, with the debut of the series Leave It To Beaver that Jerry entered the hearts and homes... read full bio

Denise Brown

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Former model Denise Brown is now an activist who ardently speaks out against domestic violence; Ms. Brown has worked tirelessly to help pass a variety of legislative solutions for domestic violence, and she has traveled across the U.S. to speak on the issue. After her sister Nicole was tragically murdered and Nicole's ex-husband O.J. Simpson was famously charged with her... read full bio

David Doubilet

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A truly talented photographic artist, highly acclaimed underwater photographer David Doubilet has been a contract photographer for numerous articles, and he is known for his amazing work published primarily by National Geographic Magazine. Exploring the world's waters, Doubilet has photographed in the depths of such places as the southwest Pacific, New Zealand, Canada, Japan, Tasmania, Scotland, and the northwest Atlantic.... read full bio

Star Parker

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Please be advised that CTI does not exclusively represent Star Parker and the office for this celebrity has asked that CTI not list them, give out pricing, information or availability. If you are interested in this celebrity only, please contact CTI directly and we can let you know the process needed to confirm a date with them.

Dinesh D'Souza

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Dinesh D'Souza is former policy analyst in the Reagan White House, and he also served as John M. Olin Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, and the Robert and Karen Rishwain Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University. He is also a published author, speaker, political commentator, and filmmaker. He graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Dartmouth College. D'Souza's... read full bio

Alan Hunter

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Alan Hunter was one of the original five VJs when MTV premiered in 1981. Throughout his 6 years with the channel, he interviewed the biggest names of the day including Andy Warhol, The Cars, Billy Idol, Ozzy Osbourne, Frank and Moon Unit Zappa, and more. Currently, Hunter is a host on the 80s on 8 SiriusXM channel and co-owns production... read full bio

Iqram Magdon-Ismail

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Iqram Magdon-Ismail is a technology entrepreneur known for co-founding the popular payment application, Venmo, alongside his friend and business partner Andrew Kortina. Venmo has process payments of 7.5 billion dollars and counting. Iqram met Andrew during his college years while attending the University of Pennsylvania, where he acquired his degree in computer science. The tech duo's first project together was... read full bio

Martha Quinn

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Martha Quinn is a television personality and video jockey best known as one of MTV's original video jockeys. She was recruited by the record company executive Burt Stein to audition for MTV. Her prior experience included mostly television commercials for companies such as Clearasil, Country Time Lemonade, and Campbell's Soup; she was also the first McDonald's Chicken McNuggets girl.... read full bio

Stan Lee

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Spider-Man, the radioactive mutant. Iron Man, kept alive by the miracles of science. The Incredible Hulk, the inner demon in search of inner peace. Daredevil, given second sight by the hazzards of radioactive waste. The X-Men, the epitome of mutant outsiders; metaphors for descrimination and acceptance. The Fantastic Four, humans exposed to a spacial anomaly--irradiating and transforming them into marvelous... read full bio

Darrius Garrett

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Darrius Garrett was born and raised on the Eastside of Long Beach, CA, surrounded by death, drugs, and gang violence. After being arrested for drug possession, Darrius was jailed in the 9th grade. He was later released and enrolled in Ms. Gruwells English class at Wilson High School - a move that Darrius believes changed his life. Inspired by his... read full bio

Joseph Bruchac

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Joseph Bruchac, the Abenaki Indian author of Skeleton Man. Throughout Joseph Bruchac's short stories, poetry, picture books, and novels are echoes of the writer's Abenaki Indian heritage. In 2005, he was honored with the Virginia Hamilton Literary Award for his efforts to preserve Native American traditions, and bring to light issues of concern to contemporary Native cultures.... read full bio

Richard Bookstaber

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Richard Bookstaber, one of the first Wall St. insiders to warn about the potential for crisis caused by the explosion of financial derivatives. He is a perfect speaker for finance, investment, and banking events. Called one of Wall Street's 'rocket scientists" by The New York Times, Bookstaber is the author of A Demon of Our Own Design: Markets, Hedge Funds,... read full bio

Glenn K. Murphy

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Glenn Murphy joined Gap Inc. as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer in July 2007. Under his leadership, the company has successfully driven bottom line earnings growth by focusing on healthy margins and effectively managing costs. The company recently reported fiscal year earnings growth for 2008 of 16 percent. With more than 20 years of retail experience, Murphy... read full bio

David Bennett

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David Bennett is co-owner and co-editor of Ancient and Future Catholics, ChurchYear.Net, and Life in Your Years (a site related to wellness), and a member-manager of Saint Hilary Communications. He is a member of the Fellowship of Catholic Scholars. Currently, his day job" is the religion department chair at a Catholic High School. David has written and spoken on a... read full bio

Patty Wooten

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Patty Wooten RN is a successful nurse, a renowned international speaker, and an hilarious clown. With an extensive background in critical care, hospice, and home health, Patty set forth to express her love of nursing through the development of two fascinating clown characters; bold and bawdy Nancy Nurse and her whimsical, compassionate counterpart, Nurse Kindheart. From Miami to Madrid, from... read full bio

Dr. Annie Negrin

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Annie Negrin is a Media Personality and Ophthalmology Surgeon with over 15 years clinical experience combining strengths in Patient & Family Centered Care, Health & Wellness Expertise, and Communications. Covering a range of health and wellness topics, she focuses primarily on public health education, prevention-based medicine, and up to date research. Dr. Annie has appeared on cable, broadcast and web... read full bio

Kathy Lynn

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Kathy Lynn is the leading professional speaker on parenting and family issues. Over three decades of speaking to parents and professionals about kids and families, Kathy has helped thousands of Moms and Dads become better parents and has made a big difference in the lives of Canada's children. Participants at her presentations go home with immediately usable tips... read full bio



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