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December 12th 2013:Ageless Cinema with James Twyman with his guests Channing Chase from "Mad Men" and Louis Gossett Jr.

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James Twyman

James Twyman is an internationally renowned, best-selling author, filmmaker and musician who has a reputation for traveling to some of the world's greatest areas of conflict, sharing his message of peace. He has been called "The Peace Troubadour" and has performed his peace concert in countries like Iraq, Northern Ireland, South Africa, Bosnia and Serbia, drawing millions of people together in prayer to influence events of world crisis. James has written ten books including Emissary of Light, Emissary of Love, and now The Moses Code, published by Hay House. He has also produced or directed four films including the award winning Indigo, and will soon release the film version of The Moses Code
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Channing Chase

Channing Chase currently portrays Dorothy "Dot" Dykeman Campbell, a blueblood socialite, in the AMC hit series Mad Men. Although Channing Chase's film work includes "Evan Almighty," "You Did What," "South of the Border," and "Charlie Wilson's War," She is perhaps best known to television audiences for her sophisticated, upper class roles in "ER," "On The Lot," "Life With Bonnie," "Time of Your Life," "Home Improvement," and "Family Matters," as well as her guest starring role on "Cold Case," as the depressed, alcoholic, uncaring mother, thus adding to her range of character roles. Currently, she is recurring on "Mad Men," the AMC episodic sensation as Dorothy 'Dot' Dykeman Campbell, the w
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Louis Gossett Jr.

Although he was picked to play for the New York Knicks, Louis Gossett Jr. decided instead to pursue an acting career, making his Broadway debut in Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun in 1959. In 1983, he won an Oscar for Best Supporting Actor for his performance in An Officer and a Gentleman. Gossett has also had great success on television, earning an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe. Born Louis Cameron Gossett Jr. on May 27, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York. He began acting in high school after being sidelined with a sports injury and attended New York University where he was a star basketball player. Though he was picked to play for the New York Knicks, he decided instead to pursue an acti
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