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Jerry Mathers is an actor on TV, in film and on stage since the age of 2, working with such notable celebrities as Bob Hope, Alfred Hitchcock and Shirley MacLaine. With the debut of the series Leave it to Beaver, in 1957, Jerry in his character of younger brother "Theodore 'Beaver' Cleaver," entered into the hearts and homes of America and the world. Diagnosed with type 2 diabetes in the 1990’s, Jerry is one of the top speakers in the country, with informative information about how he manages and copes with this disease, which is at epidemic proportions nationally and around the world.

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Tony Dow became a TV legend for his portrayal of older brother "Wally," on  Leave it to Beaver.  The show ran for six seasons.  He then cemented his place in the televison zeitgeist when The New Leave It To Beaver became a comeback hit for six years in the 1980's. He directed some of those episodes. Today, Mr. Dow is a world-renowned sculptor, whose work has been exhibited in Paris, in conjunction with the Louvre.   

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Most fondly remembered as “Cissy” on  TV’s Family Affair, Kathy Garver has also garnered critical acclaim in movies – The Ten Commandments - stage, radio, voice-over animation, video gaming and audio book narration. She is an award winning voice actress, with over 60 audio books and  5 animated series to her credit, including creating the original voice of “Firestar” in the animated series Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. She knows Peter Parker. 

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Paul Petersen is an original member of the legendary Mickey Mouse Club. He left the mouse house to co-star as Cary Grant's son, who is taken care of by Sophia Loren's nanny, in Houseboat. Best remembered as "Jeff Stone" on The Donna Reed Show, which ran from 1958 to 1956,during the show's run he became a Top 10 recording artist. Mr. Petersen formed the foundation, A Minor Consideration in 1990. He became Hollywood's premier advocate for past present and future child stars.

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Stanley Livingston had a phenomenal twelve-year run as "Chip Douglas" on My Three Sons, one of TV's most popular and durable series. It is TV's second-longest running situation comedy, broadcast continuously for 59 years! The Emmy nominated and Golden Globe winning show debuted in 1960 and ran through 1972. Mr. Livingston is the owner of First Team Productions, a Los Angeles based production company that has produced feature films, TV pilots, episodic TV, documentaries and commercials.