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Bob is the former Chairman of the International Association of Amusement Parks & Attractions (IAAPA), the largest industry association of the Theme Park, Aquarium, Attraction and FEC Industry in the world. IAAPA has over 4000 members in more than 90 countries. The IAAPA Board of Directors appointed Bob as its Chairman of the Board for 2007/2008. Bob was the first Chairman of the association, in its ninety-year history, from the Attraction/Aquarium segment of the leisure industry.
Bob Masterson has led the successful design, development and operation of some of the more complicated businesses around the world.
In her 34 year career, in addition to her many guest appearances she has starred in 38 TV movies, 5 mini-series and 4 prime time weekly TV series, including The Bionic Woman for which she received an Emmy Award. In her 7 feature films Lindsay co-starred with Sylvester Stallone, John Houseman, Anthony Quinn, Richard Harris, Denzel Washington, and Peter Fonda.
Off screen she continuously works both publicly and privately in advocacy and public education. Lindsay has co-authored 2 books; a bestselling vegetarian lifestyle cookbook, The High Road to Health (Simon and Schuster) and Lindsay Wagner’s New Beauty; The Acupressure Facelift (Simon and Schuster).
Discovered by director Elia Kazan, she was cast as the lead in Tennessee William’s Baby Doll which gave her overnight notoriety and earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Other notable roles include Giant, The Big Country, How the West Was Won, The Carpetbaggers and Harlow. Carroll formally retired from acting in 2002. In addition to acting, Carroll is also the author of three books.
An American film and TV star, Richard began his career in 1947. From his roles in Forbidden Planet, Stanley Kubrick’s Paths of Glory, The Long Hot Summer opposite Joanne Woodward to co-starring with Stewart Granger in Scaramouche. Richard has remained a successful working actor for 60 years. Although best known for his TV portrayal of Oscar Goldman on the Six Million Dollar Man and the Bionic Woman, his recurring roles on Perry Mason, Charlie’s Angels, Kung Fu and Murder She Wrote, made Richard a familiar face. He was honored with a Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars in 2007.
A film, TV and stage actor, whose career began at age 4. She became one of the most popular child stars in the history of film, and received a Juvenile Academy Award as the outstanding child actor of 1944.
She appeared in such notable films as Travels with Margaret, The Secret Garden and Our Vines have Tender Grapes. She is best known for her role as Judy Garland’s youngest sister in the classic Meet Me in St Louis. In her later career she appeared on the stage as well as TV and in supporting film roles.
An acclaimed actress, director, and writer of stage, screen and TV whose career began as a chorus girl at the Copa Cabana and has since garnered her 4 Academy Award nominations, a Golden Globe and a host of other awards. From Martin Scorsese’s Alice Doesn’t Live Here Anymore to David Lynch’s Wild at Heart to Willingham’s Rambling Rose in which she co-starred with her daughter Laura Dern. They are the only mother/daughter team to be nominated for an Academy Award. Diane has appeared in over 120 film roles and continues to work today.
Della began her career as a gospel, pop and jazz singer in the 1950’s. Her breakout hit was And That Reminds Me followed by Don’t You Know. She soon branched out to hosting her own successful talk show called Della. The most notable of her feature films were Beauty Shop co-starring Queen Latifah and Harlem Nights co-starring Eddie Murphy. In her 40 year career, she is best known for her role as Tess in Touched by an Angel, a series which ran for 9 years. She received a Star on the Palm Springs Walk of Stars in 2015.