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Pinky & Magoo is a new foundation makeup in development created by Sappho Organics described as clean, conscious, vegan and organic and supported by Jennifer.
JoAnn Fowler launched Sappho Organics succesfully some years ago and now she needs to raise funds to keep her cosmetics company independent and keep true to her mission to provide the cleanest cosmetics free from paraben, phthalate, gluten, dimethicone, mineral oil, synthetic/organic dye and to put people before profits.
Jennifer and cast members David Sutcliffe, Annie Thurman, Caroline Rose Kaplan and Joe Morton attended the ‘Proof’ Influencer Screening at The London West Hollywood on April 30, 2015 in West Hollywood, also attending director Alex Graves, producer Jill Littman and executive producer Tom Jacobson.
“You have no idea how excited I am about this series!” Jennifer said at the screening. Read the full report and review by the hollywoodtimes
On April 15th at 10 pm DirecTV’s Audience Network (channel 239) airs Jennifer Beals’ interview on Off Camera, a television show, website, magazine and podcast hosted by photographer/director Sam Jones. This is an hour long in-depth interview offering a thoughtful commentary where Jennifer talks about her life changing Flashdance experience, about playing a lesbian on the L-Word and life lessons learned from her unusual career path.
Here’s the new trailer of TNT’s supernatural medical drama starring Jennifer as Dr Carolyn Tyler.
In Proof, Carolyn has suffered the recent devastating loss of her teenage son, the breakup of her marriage to Dr. Len Bayliss (David Sutcliffe) and a growing estrangement from their daughter (Annie Thurman). But Carolyn’s own trauma hasn’t deterred her from her charitable outreaches, which include helping disaster victims in far-flung trouble spots throughout the world.
On this interview published today on loud.com Jennifer talks about Dr Philip Landrigan and the Children’s Environmental Health Center.
Actress Jennifer Beals is a passionate supporter of the work done by Dr. Philip Landrigan at the Children’s Environmental Health Center in Manhattan. She has raised more than $85,000 for the center
Hollywood celebrities are known for embracing causes — and dropping them soon after. Jennifer Beals’ passion for Dr. Philip Landrigan’s work at the Children’s Environmental Health Center goes beyond a fleeting interest.
In this video published by the Environmental Health Alliance, Jennifer shares her concerns about chemicals found on almost every product tested from Dollar stores and calls the stores to learn more and take action.
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