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J.D. Lewis is one of the top acting coaches in America. He started the Actor’s Lab in Los Angeles in 1990. He is known for having worked with some of the top names in the entertainment industry. As an actor he has appeared on shows such as Friends, ER, Suddenly Susan… all the way back to L.A. Law. As a celebrated playwright/director, his plays have been produced both in the U.S. and internationally. He is the proud father of Jackson, 16, and Buck, 11, both of whom he adopted at birth. He is the founder of The Twelve In Twelve Foundation.

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12 Gründe, weshalb Sie ihren Kindern die Welt zeigen sollten

(0) Comments | Posted May 23, 2014 | 9:08 AM

Meine Söhne und ich haben einen Weltrekord aufgestellt. Wir sind die erste Familie, die in einem Jahr alle sieben Kontinente bereist hat. Speziell, um humanitäre Arbeit zu leisten. Jetzt ist es eine meiner Leidenschaften, mit Erwachsenen und Kindern über das Thema Reisen und Freiwillige Arbeit zu reden.

Daher hier...

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12 razões para viajar com seus filhos ao redor do mundo

(0) Comments | Posted May 22, 2014 | 10:04 AM

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Os meus dois filhos e eu estabelecemos um recorde mundial. Nós somos a primeira família na história a ter viajado para todos os sete continentes em um ano, especificamente para fazer trabalho humanitário. Minha paixão agora inclui falar com crianças e adultos, da...

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12 Reasons to Take Your Kids Around the World

(37) Comments | Posted May 19, 2014 | 4:15 PM

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My two sons and I set a world record. We are the first family in history to have traveled to all seven continents in one year, specifically to do humanitarian work. My passion now includes speaking to children and adults, alike, on the...

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12 Countries in 12 Months: Humanitarian Work on 7 Continents Begins

(123) Comments | Posted November 9, 2012 | 2:33 PM

Like so many Americans, I was trapped in a cesspool swirl of middle-aged single-parent mediocrity. Waking up, caffeinating, making breakfast, packing brown paper bag lunches, getting my two boys off to school, working, re-caffeinating, working, picking up the kids from school, homework, dinner, half-caffeinating, working, bed. Wash, rinse, repeat.

Of...

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