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Alan Alda

Actor, writer, science advocate and director are just a few of Alan Alda’s many job titles. Throughout his 40-year career, he has won seven Emmys, six Golden Globes, and three DGA awards for directing. When not garnering accolades for his roles in front of and behind the camera, Alda spent…

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Chris Wallace

Currently the host of FOX News Sunday, political speaker Chris Wallace has established himself as a reliable media presence, an incisive interviewer, and a leading authority on presidential history and election politics. He has been called an “equal opportunity inquisitor” by The Boston Globe, “sharp-edged” and “solid” by The Washington Post,…

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Annie Leibovitz

As one of the most high-profile celebrity photographers in the world, Annie Leibovitz has shot some of the most iconic celebrity images of the last 30 years – in the shape of world leaders and moguls, movie stars and rock stars. Before her name became interlocked with images of celebrity,…

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James Comey

James Comey was appointed by President Barack Obama in 2013 to lead the Federal Bureau of Investigation as the seventh Director of the FBI. His four-year tenure was tested by new forces within and outside America’s borders. He oversaw the federal response to mass shootings in San Bernardino in December…

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Paul Nicklen

As a young boy Paul Nicklen moved to Baffin Island with his family and spent his childhood among the Inuit people. From them he learned a love of nature, the understanding of icy ecosystems, and the survival skills that have helped him become one of the most successful wildlife and…

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Jon Meacham

Renowned Presidential historian, contributing writer to The New York Times Book Review, contributing editor at TIME, and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Jon Meacham is one of America’s most prominent public intellectuals. A regular guest on cable news television, he is known as a skilled raconteur with a depth of knowledge about politics,…

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