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And our guest is Omar Sharif, Jr. -- actor, model, activist and national spokesman for GLAAD -- the Gay Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.

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And our guest is Omar Sharif, Jr. — actor, model, activist and national spokesman for GLAAD — the Gay Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.

Before we talk about your current career accomplishments and your work with GLAAD, I think it would be great to get an idea of who Omar Sharif, Jr. is and how did you get to where you are in life today.

Being the grandson of Omar Sharif is a big deal here in America. Being the grandson of Omar Sharif in Egypt must be an even more compelling experience. What has that experience been like for you?

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our guest is Chuck Holden — a jazz singing artist whose career spans the progression of jazz.It is more than ironic that jazz, a truly American original art form is more popular and more respected abroad than in the country of its origin. How do you think that has come about and do you see this situation changing in the near future?

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