Dr. Jane Goodall is the founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and a UN Messenger of Peace. In 1960 she began her pioneering studies of chimpanzees in the wild and has since become one of the world’s most prominent advocates for endangered species and the environment. She recently wrote the foreword to Steven Druker’s book, “Altered Genes, Twisted Truth,” about the FDA’s compliance with the GMO industry.
John Cleese is a comedian, writer, actor, tall person, and author of "So, Anyway…", now available in paperback. Cleese and Monty Python co-founder Eric Idle will spend October on tour with their new show, “John Cleese & Eric Idle: Together Again At Last…For The Very First Time.” He can still be found performing the silly walk in his new app.
Ron Reagan is an author, MSNBC political analyst, and contributor to the nationally syndicated radio program "Both Sides Now.” Reagan recently appeared in a television commercial for the Freedom From Religion Foundation that was banned by several networks.
Spike Feresten is a comedian, car collector, and host of Esquire Network's “Car Matchmaker with Spike Feresten,” where he helps people find the perfect set of wheels.
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