Author, speaker, associate professor of medicine at NYU?s School of Medicine. He was an advisor to President Ford?s White House physician and assisted First Lady Nancy Reagan with the Chemical People Project
Actor-Scarface,Godfather 1-3,Donnie Brasco,Serpico,Dog Day Afternoon,Scent of a Woman,Sea Of Love,Dick Tracy,And Justice For All,Frankie and Johnny,Heat,Author Author,Glengarry Glen Ross,The Insider,Simone,Carlitos Way,City Hall,The Devil's Advocate, Any
Journalist, essayist and food writer, he has published about twenty books, some of which have been translated into other languages. His publications include: Nutella World and Slow Food Revolution: A New Culture for Dining and Living
Currently a senior fellow at the Whidbey Institute, speaks and consults nationally, and is principal of Leadership for the New Commons. Publications include Leadership Can Be Taught: A Bold Approach for a Complex World
British TV Host and actor born 1923.Host on'Just a Minute'(1994-99),'The Benny Hill Show'(1969-74),'Countdown','Too Many Crooks','Brothers in Law','The Wrong Box','Murder Ahoy','Doctor in Love','Carry On Regardless'
Emergency room technician, HS English and drama teacher, health care administrator, marketing executive, former Air Force member, professional actor, comic, and musician, author and professional speaker
Non-fiction author and artificial intelligence researcher. Creator of the MTV documentary series The Buried Life and co-author of the book 'What Do You Want To Do Before You Die?', which became a No. 1 New York Times Best Seller
Former Wall Street litigator. Has appeared on NPR, Marketplace, Bill Moyer's Journal, and CNBC. Author of the leading treatise on the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act, Securities Litigation After the Reform Act
Award-winning travel advice columnist and consumer advocate, first at Condé Nast Traveler and then at TripAdvisor. Keynote speaker at conferences worldwide including the United Nations. Has appeared on The Today Show, Good Morning America, etc
former NFL Head Coach; coached Cowboys, Bills & Broncos; former Broncos & Rams defensive coordinator; interim head coach for the New Orleans Saints and Atlanta Falcons; son of former NFL Head Coach, Bum Phillips
former major league outfielder/manager; played for Yankees, Indians, Royals & Orioles; managed Reds, Devil Rays, Cubs, Mariners & Yankees; won 2 championships as a player, one as manager; 1969 AL Rookie of the Year; 1X All-Star
American poet, essayist and critic. Her writing focuses on political & social issues from a left-leaning perspective, including abortion, racism, welfare reform, feminism, & poverty. She writes the 'Subject to Debate' column for The Nation
Taylor in The Broken Hearts Club; stage performer, pop singer, film and television actor and vocal coach. Won the 2013 Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his role as Lola in Kinky Boots at the 67th Tony Awards
British actor born 1944.Jesus Christ on'Jesus of Nazareth'(1977),Mark Williams on'Holby City'(2005-),Dave Briggs on'The Detectives'(1993-97),'Harlequin','Horror of Death','Jigsaw Man','Tommy','Asylum','Shaka Zulu'
Actor: Beverly Hills 90210, Tombstone, Coldblooded, Calendar Girl, The Highwayman, Dark Side, Tru Calling, Call Me Fitz, Love Monkey, Sister Kate, Eye of the Beholder, Termination Point, Everest, Haven, Private Eyes
American political scientist. Most famous (& controversial) work, Bowling Alone, argues that the US has undergone an unprecedented collapse in civic, social & political life (social capital) since the 1960s w/ serious negative consequences