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Sandi Simcha DuBowski

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Sandi DuBowski is the director of the critically acclaimed documentary Trembling Before G-d. In his film, DuBowski intimately explores the ongoing struggle between the forces of sexuality, tradition, and religion focusing on the relationship between homosexuality and the Jewish faith. The powerful film has garnered awards such as The Mayor's Prize for the Jewish Experience at the Jerusalem Film Festival,... read full bio

Samra Zafar

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Samra Zafar is a speaker, scholar, social entrepreneur, and writer who is best known for her best-selling memoir, “A Good Wife”, which tells the story of how she was a teen bride and survivor of domestic abuse. At only 16, Zafar was forced into an arranged marriage and had to leave her family and move to Canada where she immediately... read full bio

Samantha Nutt

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Samantha Nutt is known for being a humanitarian and also being a medical doctor. Dr. Nutt is celebrated public speaker and a leading authority on the impact of war on civilians. She is a medical doctor and a founder of War Child, an international humanitarian organization. Dr. Nutt has worked with children and their families at the frontline of many... read full bio

Sam Childers

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Rev. Sam Childers is the founder and leader of the Children's Village in Southern Sudan. Childers made his first trip to Sudan in 1998, after escaping a drug addiction and converting to Christianity. He was exposed to the atrocious acts upon children by the Lords Resistance Army (LRA), and gave up his successful construction business to dedicate himself to the... read full bio

Sam Anthony

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Sam Anthony is a person in long term recovery from substance use disorder, who uses his personal experiences with drugs, alcohol, depression, anxiety, suicidal behavior, recovery and positive mentorship to educate and motivate others. He took his first drink at 12 years old as a means of hiding his anxiety and depression, in addition to try and fit in with... read full bio

Sally Jessy Raphael

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Prior to launching her signature television show, Sally Jessy Raphael was a pioneering presence in TV and Radio. The Sally Jessy Raphael Show was the longest-running talk show on daytime television and the first nationally syndicated single-topic talk show hosted by a woman. Sally Jessy Raphael was honored by the National Association of Radio Talk Show Hosts as Talk Show... read full bio

Rye Barcott

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The office for Rye Barcott has asked that CTI not list them, give out pricing, information or availability. If you are interested in this celebrity only, please contact CTI directly and we can let you know the process needed to confirm a date with them.

Ryan O'Connell

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Ryan O’Connell is an activist, author, and writer. He is best known for speaking out on his upbringing and growing up with cerebral palsy and discovering he was gay in his 20’s. Ryan has published a book “I’m Special And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves” which has been adapted in a short-form series for Netflix that’s produced by Jim Parsons... read full bio

Ryan Leaf

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Ryan Leaf's presentation, Vulnerable: A Conversation with Ryan Leaf, has been designed for school assemblies and community groups, with the focus of relating Ryans story to school-aged audiences nationwide. Following a DVD highlighting Ryans Football career and journey to sobriety, Ryan will touch on such topics as the stress and pressures of being a high functioning teenager and the expectations... read full bio

Ruthie Alcaide

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In Real World Hawaii, Ruthie Alcaide proved to be one of the most interesting characters ever to appear on MTVs Real World series. Openly bisexual, a native Hawaiian, Ruthie was born one of triplets and raised by a strict Filipino foster family. She joined a group of cast members from the mainland for the show and stirred things up with... read full bio

Ruth Ben-Ghiat

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American historian and cultural critic Ruth Ben-Ghiat is well-known for her work on fascism and totalitarian leaders. At New York University, where she occupies the position of professor of history and Italian studies, she shares her wide knowledge and skill. Ben-Ghiat was raised in Pacific Palisades, California, where she was born in the United States to a Scottish mother and a... read full bio

Rupert Boneham

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With his 'Pearl' winnings, Rupert paid off debts and started a nonprofit dedicated to helping trouble teens. After fans voted for him to win $1 million during 'All-Stars,' Rupert has laid low, appearing in an indie movie and calling into a local Indianapolis radio talk show.... read full bio


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RuPaul skyrocketed to international fame with the release of the CD, ""SUPERMODEL OF THE WORLD,"" which was followed by roles in several movies (The Brady Bunch, To Wong Foo..., But, I'm a Cheerleader), The RuPaul Show on VH1, a wax portrait at MADAME TUSSAUDS' MUSEUM in Times Square, and many high profile endorsement deals, including a beauty contract with MAC... read full bio

Rudi Thomas

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As a survivor of domestic violence, Rudi Thomas decided that the education of women from a spiritual standpoint is needed for the cycle of violence to stop. Rudis belief is that with a strong rooted foundation of knowledge, a person can weather the storm and survive. Rudi is the founder of Full Spectrum Ministries, a womens ministry based on the... read full bio

Ruby Bridges

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Ruby Nell Bridges Hall is an American civil rights activist; she is most famous for being the first African-American child to attend and all white public elementary school in the south. When Ruby was six years old her parents received a request from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, to volunteer Ruby to join the integration of... read full bio

Roy Juarez, Jr.

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Roy Juarez Jr. was recently featured on CNN with his mentor in a segment leading up to Latino in America. His spell-binding story has also caught the attention of the well-established, New York Times best-selling Chicken Soup for the Soul series. In August of 2009, Roys Story was featured in their latest book Chicken Soup for the Soul: Extraordinary Teens.... read full bio

Roslyn M. Brock

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Roslyn McCallister Brock is the youngest person and fourth woman ever elected as chairperson of the NAACP. She actively leads the nation's most significant civil rights organization in its mission to ensure that all individuals have equal rights and that racial discrimination is abolished. As a committed community advocate who works on behalf of vulnerable populations, Brock fights for quality... read full bio

Rose Mapendo

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The office for Rose Mapendo has asked that CTI not list them, give out pricing, information or availability. If you are interested in this celebrity only, please contact CTI directly and we can let you know the process needed to confirm a date with them.

Roscoe Orman

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When Roscoe Orman joined the cast of Sesame Street as Gordon in 1974, he became part of one of the first African American families on television. Over three decades later, as a beloved actor, he remains an enduring inspiration to generations of children and adults of all races, ages, and social classes. Ormans real life isnt all that different from... read full bio

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Celebrity Talent International is a booking agent to help you hire social issues speakers for corporate functions, business or private parites, fairs or festivals, weddings, speaking engangments, print or online advertising campaigns, media events, endorsements, fundraisers, or appearances. Contact CTI by calling 725-228-5100 today or submitting a request in order to book talent like Sandi Simcha DuBowski, Samra Zafar, Samantha Nutt, Sam Childers, Sam Anthony, Sally Jessy Raphael, Rye Barcott, Ryan O'Connell, Ryan Leaf, Ruthie Alcaide, Ruth Ben-Ghiat, Rupert Boneham, RuPaul, Rudi Thomas, Ruby Bridges, Roy Juarez, Jr., Roslyn M. Brock, Rose Mapendo, Roscoe Orman and more!