Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda was born in New York City in 1937, the daughter of Henry Fonda and Frances Seymour Fonda. She attended the Emma Willard School in Troy, New York, and Vassar College. In her early twenties, Fonda studied with renowned acting coach Lee Strasberg and became a member of the Actors Studio in New York.

Fonda, is a two-time Academy Award winner (Best Actress in 1971 for Klute and in 1978 for Coming Home), a three-time Golden Globe winner, and was the 2014 recipient of the AFI Life Achievement Award. Along with starring roles in dozens of highly acclaimed productions, Fonda also took on responsibilities as a film and television producer. Her credits include Coming Home, The China Syndrome, Nine to Five, Rollover, On Golden Pond, The Morning After and The Dollmaker.

In May 2005, Random House published Fonda’s memoirs, My Life So Far, which immediately went to #1 on The New York Times Best Sellers list.

In 2007 Fonda received an Honorary Palme d’Or from the Cannes Film Festival, one of only three people ever to be granted this honor until then. In 2009 she received a Tony Award nomination for her role in Moisés Kaufman’s 33 Variations, on Broadway.

Fonda revolutionized the fitness industry with the release of Jane Fonda’s Workout in 1982. She followed with the production of 23 home exercise videos, 13 audio recordings, and seven best-selling books – selling 17 million copies all together. The original Jane Fonda’s Workout video remains the top-grossing home video of all time.

In 2011, Fonda appeared in Et Si On Vivait Tous Ensemble, a French comedy, followed by Peace, Love & Misunderstanding, co-starring Catherine Keener. She appeared as Nancy Reagan in Lee Daniels’s The Butler in 2013, and with Olivia Wilde and Sam Rockwell in Better Living Through Chemistry. In 2014, she starred in director Shawn Levy’s This is Where I Leave You, with Tina Fey and Jason Bateman.

For three seasons Fonda appeared as media mogul 'Leona Lansing' in an Emmy-nominated performance in Aaron Sorkin’s The Newsroom, on HBO. Most recently, she appeared in Youth, written and directed by Paolo Sorrentino (director and co-writer of Italy's Academy Award-winning Best Foreign Language Film The Great Beauty). She received a Golden Globe nomination for her performance.

Fonda also stars in Netflix’s hit series, Grace and Frankie, which premiered its third season in March 2017.

Jamie Lee Curtis

Jamie Lee Curtis is an actress with starring roles in such acclaimed films as Freaky Friday, True Lies, Trading Places and A Fish Called Wanda.

Curtis co-starred opposite Richard Lewis in the sitcom Anything But Love, as well as the title role in TNT’s adaptation of Wendy Wasserstein’s play, The Heidi Chronicles, and the CBS telefilm Nicholas’ Gift, which she earned an Emmy nomination for. She recently appeared as "Dr. Samantha Ryan" on NCIS and proudly played one of the plaintiffs, "Sandy Stier," in 8 the play by Dustin Lance Black about the 2010 federal court case against Proposition 8. She is currently starring on Fox’s new hit series Scream Queens. She received a Golden Globe nomination for her portrayal of ‘Dean Cathy Munsch.’

Curtis is also an author of best-selling children’s books, having sold over five million books under the banner Books To Grow By: Today I Feel Silly, It’s Hard To Be Five, Tell Me Again About The Night I Was Born, I’m Gonna Like Me, When I Was Little, A Four-Year-Old’s Memoir of Her Youth. She published her 10th book entitled My Brave Year of Firsts: Tries, Sighs and High Fives in 2012.

Curtis has a deep and active connection to many children’s charities. Curtis is a recovering alcoholic and addict and was honored to have served on the Board of Directors of CASA (The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University) and The Scott Hitt Foundation. She is currently serving on the Board of Trustees at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.