Gary – a recovering alcoholic and addict – travels from coast to coast in the U.S. and beyond serving as a passionate 12 Step Recovery Advocate. He is also a Producer, Director, Actor and Marketing Consultant for Non Profits. He co-wrote and portrays Bill W. in Pass It On…An Evening with Bill W. & Dr. Bob which is currently touring the U.S., Canada and internationally – serving as the centerpiece for a national recovery education and fund raising project presented by The National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. He Associate Produced, Directed and performed the role of Bill W. in The National Tour of the Off Broadway play “Bill W. and Dr. Bob” appearing from coast to coast – including during the 75th International A.A. Convention in San Antonio. Gary created and directed The One Heart Umbrella Fund Raising Campaign with MGM Screen Legend Debbie Reynolds and garnered nationwide media attention. As Director of Marketing and Public Relations for Prather Entertainment Group he created dozens of unique and highly successful high profile fund raising events for nationally known organizations. He assisted with fund raising and serves as “Recovery Marketing Consultant” for the current Off Broadway revival of “Bill W. and Dr. Bob” and is Executive Producer and CEO of Unflappable Recovery Entertainment, NYC – dedicated to celebrating sobriety through the mediums of theater, film and television. He is also Director of Project Development for the landmark television documentary being made by Northern Light Productions in partnership with Hazelden/Betty Ford, PBS, American Public Television and the BBC for world wide television broadcast - the film is titled "ONE DAY AT A TIME - THE HISTORY, HOPE AND HEALING OF 12 STEP RECOVERY" which details the history, science and spirituality of 12 Step Recovery and its development as a global healing phenomenon.
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