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Lucie Arnaz  –


Actress, entertainer, Broadway star and producer, Lucie charms audiences across the country.  As the daughter of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, she began her famed career in a recurring role on "The Lucy Show," and has starred in "Here's Lucy," "The Lucie Arnaz Show" and the critically acclaimed "Sons and Daughters."  She also starred in the motion picture "The Jazz Singer" with Neil Diamond.  Her production company, ArLuck Entertainment, won an Emmy Award for "Lucy and Desi: A Home Movie."  She has appeared on Broadway in "Grace and Glorie", "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" and in London in "Witches of Eastwick."

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Phil Donahue  –


Phil Donahue is an American media-personality, writer and film producer. He changed the face of American daytime television, pioneering the audience-participation format in his "The Phil Donahue Show." These and other contributions to TV journalism and entertainment have earned him 20 Emmy awards, the "George Foster Peabody Award," "The President's Award" from the National Women's Media Caucus, and induction into the Academy of Television's Hall of Fame. "TV Guide" named "Donahue" as one of the greatest television shows of all time.

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Jane Fonda  –


Jane is an Academy-award winning actress for films such as "Klute" and "Coming Home," and an Emmy award winner for "The Dollmaker." Her television work includes "The Newsroom" and "Grace and Frankie." She is also a social and women's activist, health and fitness advocate, philanthropist and author. Jane founded the Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Pregnacy Prevention and The Jane Fonda Center for Adolescent Reproductive Health at Emory University. She has written a memoir, "My Life So Far."

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Valerie Harper  –


Emmy and Golden Globe winning television and broadway actress, Valerie Harper is best known for her well-known character "Rhoda Morgenstern" on the TV classic "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," and its spin-off, "Rhoda." She is a cancer survivor and spokesperson for the American Lung Association's "Lung Force" program, a nation-wide initiative which unites women to stand together against lung cancer.

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Marlo Thomas  –


Marlo is an Emmy award-winning television and Broadway actress, author, social and women's activist, whose body of work has impacted American entertainment and culture for the past half century. She is currently outreach director of the St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital, and is a recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom.

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Sherry Lansing  –


Sherry Lansing is the first woman to head a major motion picture studio. As head of Paramount Pictures, she produced such block-buster films as "Titanic," "Forest Gump," "Braveheart," and "The Accused." She is a philanthropist, humanitarian, health and women's advocate, and now heads The Sherry Lansing Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to cancer research, public education and encore-career opportunities.

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Rita Moreno  –


One of the busiest stars in show business, Rita Moreno has won all of the industry's prestigious awards. She has received an Oscar and a Golden Globe for "West Side Story," a Tony for "The Ritz" on Broadway, a Grammy for her performance on "The Electric Company," and two Emmy's for "The Muppet show" and "The Rockford Files." She was one of the leads in the highly acclaimed HBO series, "OZ." Her book, "Rita Moreno: A Memoir," instantly became a New York Times Bestseller, and she has received a Kennedy Center Honor for her lifetime contributions to American culture.

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Cicely Tyson  –


Actress, activist and humanitarian, Cicely Tyson's list of stage, screen and television credits in the "click-on" full biography go to two pages. She co- founded the internationally celebrated ballet company, The Dance Theater of Harlem, and serves on the board of The American Film Institute, Urban Gateways, and the NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund. Ms. Tyson is a Founding Member of the Coalition for a Healthy and Active America and a spokesperson for the American Legacy Foundation's "Circle of Friends" campaign. In 2002, Ms. Tyson was appointed by President George W. Bush as a Commissioner of the National African- American Museum of History and Culture. In 2003, Ms. Tyson was selected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art to provide the audioguide narration for their exhibition, "African-American Artists 1929-1945: Prints, Drawings & Paintings." In 2004, The Metropolitan honored Ms. Tyson with an evening entitled "Cicely Tyson: The Renaissance Spirit."

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