Gregor Collins is an author, speaker and contributor living in Washington, DC. Starting his career in Los Angeles producing reality TV, he eventually shifted gears to acting, performing on stage, on television, and in independent feature films. His writing and acting have been featured in The Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Publishers Weekly, Cinema Editor Magazine and many others, as well as on Off-Broadway stages across New York. Gregor travels the world as a keynote speaker for his book The Accidental Caregiver (and its sequel, which was just released on July of 2020), which chronicles his real-life experience caring for Holocaust refugee Maria Altmann in the last three years of her life. He also has a cool side-project called Humans in My Phone – what he calls a 'micro-documentary series' - and it stars all the interesting humans in his phone. www.gregorcollins.com/humansinmyphone and The Accidental Caregiver Book Series.