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Dean Cain Interview

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Today on Living A Legacy, Eric Couch and Neil will interview Dean Cain.

Dean Cain is a well-established, multifaceted talent. A football star at Princeton University, he transitioned to film when an injury ended his (NFL) Buffalo Bills career. He starred as Clark Kent/Superman in “Lois and Clark: The New Adventures of Superman” (4 seasons), produced and hosted “Ripley’s Believe It Or Not” (4 seasons) and has made well over 100 films, including “Out of Time” “The Broken Hearts Club,” God’s Not Dead,” “Vendetta,” and “Gosnell.” He is currently hosting season 8 of “Masters of Illusion” for the CW. A strong believer in Human Rights, Dean recently received the prestigious ORDER OF ARMENIA for producing the anti-Genocide documentary film, ARCHITECTS OF DENIAL. Dean’s newest documentary, HATE AMONG US, just won an Emmy. HATE AMONG US, shines a light on the current rise of anti-Semitism throughout the United States and Europe. A single father and a staunch supporter of our military and first responders, Dean is honored to serve as a Reserve Police Officer in Pocatello, Idaho, and a Deputy Sheriff in Frederick County, Virginia. In Dean’s own words, “real heroes don’t wear capes.”

Dean Cain on filming Trafficked- The statistics for human trafficking, even within the U. S. are staggering. Many people think this is not much of an issue in the United States, but they are dead wrong. It’s an issue world-wide, and it’s terrifying. As a parent, the idea of losing a child to this crime is almost unthinkable. The character I play is exactly the sort of character I’d hope to hire if my own child went missing.


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