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Blowing America's Mind with Paul Davids

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Paul Jeffrey Davids (B. A. in Psychology, Princeton ) is a noted producer, writer and director in LA, mainly of television films that have been released by Showtime (“Roswell: The UFO Cover-up”) and NBC Universal International. His books include An Atheist in Heaven: The Ultimate Evidence for Life After Death?  Four of Paul Davids’ films are distributed worldwide by NBC Universal’s International, including “Starry Night,” “The Sci-Fi Boys,” “Jesus in India” (www.jesus-in-india-the-movie.com ) and “Before We Say Goodbye” (www.beforewesaygoobye.com). Information on all his films ( “She Dances Alone,” “Timothy Leary’s Dead,” “The Artist and the Shaman,” “The Life After Death Project” (www.lifeafterdeathproject.com) and his most recent film, “Marilyn Monroe Declassified” (www.marilynmonroedeclassified.com ) can be found at http://www.pauldavids.com From Bethesda, MD, Paul's the son of a famous Georgetown Univ. professor of American History, Dr. Jules Davids, who worked extensively with JFK on the writing of Profiles in Courage (for which his father is credited in the Preface) and who was a professor to Jacqueline Kennedy and later to Georgetown undergraduate Bill Clinton. Paul and his wife Hollace Davids co-wrote six “Star Wars” sequel novels for Lucasfilm and Bantam Books, including the award-winning Mission From Mount Yoda, plus The Glove of Darth Vader, The Lost City of the Jedi, Zorba the Hutt’s Revenge, Queen of the Empire and Prophets of the Dark Side. The books sold millions of copies worlwide.  Paul is a member of the Writers Guild of America and Producers Guild of America, a magician member of The Magic Castle in Hollywood and an accomplished artist whose paintings are in galleries.

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