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Jack Osbourne shares Life Lessons and You Don't Know Jack about MS

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JACK OSBOURNE - SON OF HEAVY METAL ICON OZZY OSBOURNE AND T-V PERSONALITY SHARON OSBOURNE, FIRST CAUGHT AMERICA’S ATTENTION ON THE HIT REALITY SHOW “THE OSBOURNES.”

TODAY, HE’S A TV AND FILM PRODUCER WHOSE LATEST VENTURES INCLUDE A HISTORICAL ROAD TRIP WITH HIS FATHER, AND A CLOTHING LINE FOR DADS.

JACK ALSO LIVES WITH RELAPSING-REMITTING MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS, AND IS USING HIS CELEBRITY TO HELP RAISE AWARENESS THROUGH A SERIES OF WEBISODES IN THE CAMPAIGN CALLED “YOU DON’T KNOW JACK ABOUT M-S.”

JACK OSBOURNE JOINS US NOW TO BRING US UP TO DATE ON HIS LIFE AND HIS MANY PROJECTS.

  • TELL US ABOUT YOUR LATEST PROJECTS – AND WHAT WAS IT LIKE WORKING WITH YOUR DAD ON THE TRAVEL SHOW?
  • TELL US ABOUT THE “YOU DON’T KNOW JACK ABOUT M-S” CAMPAIGN AND DOCU-SERIES? 
  • YOU ARE MARRIED WITH TWO YOUNG DAUGHTERS – HOW DOES M-S AFFECT YOUR FAMILY LIFE? 
  • WHAT ADVICE DO YOU HAVE FOR OTHERS WHO ARE NEWLY DIAGNOSED OR ANYONE WHO WANTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT M-S?

JACK OSBOURNE BIO:

Jack Osbourne first caught America’s attention on the hit reality show The Osbournes (MTV, 2002-2004). He’s continued his work on television as the star of Jack Osbourne: Adrenaline Junkie (ITV2, 2005-2010) as well as Haunted Highway (2012). More recently, his ambitions have led him towards the roles of producer and host, serving as co-anchor and West Coast correspondent for the daily live news show Fuse News 

Jack was diagnosed with relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS), the most common form of MS, in 2012. The diagnosis came just three weeks after he and his wife, Lisa, had their daughter, Pearl. Since his diagnosis, Jack has welcomed a second daughter, Andy, and now works as a passionate MS patient advocate

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