Terry Jastraw and Anne Archer
Terry Jastrow began his career in the entertainment industry with ABC Sports as the youngest network television producer in history. During his time with ABC, he produced or directed many major sporting events, including a Super Bowl, six Olympic Games, and sixty major golf championships. He won seven Emmy Awards, having been nominated seventeen times. He is a descendent of American's second president, John Adams. His wife, Anne Archer, was nominated for an Academy Award®, a Golden Globe and the British Academy Award for her role as Michael Douglas' sympathetic, tortured wife, Beth Gallagher, in Adrian Lyne¹s 1987 thriller, "Fatal Attraction." She founded Artists for Human Rights (AFHR) with the purpose of bringing artists together with the common cause of raising awareness of human rights around the world. She has tirelessly fought for human rights across the globe for nearly two decades leading movements in Germany, France, the United States, Spain and Africa.