Please join us for the May Wendy P. McCaw Reagan Ranch Roundtable luncheon on Friday, May 13th featuring actor and best-selling author Joseph Phillips. The luncheon will be held at the Reagan Ranch Center (located at 217 State Street) and will begin at 12pm. RSVP is required as seating is limited.
What: Wendy P. McCaw Reagan Ranch Roundtable featuring Joseph Phillips
When: Friday, May 13th from 12 pm (noon)—1:30pm
Where: The Reagan Ranch Center 217 State Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Cost: $35/person pre-pay
$45/person at the door (advance RSVP still required)
Students Free (advance RSVP still required)
Please RSVP by May 11th to Meredith Ramsey by phone only at 805-957-1980.
About Joseph Phillips
Joseph Phillips is an accomplished author and a riveting speaker covering a broad range of topics -- American idealism, family values, and character and cultural issues. The venues have also covered a wide gamut: Mr. Phillips has hosted benefits, taught workshops and given keynote addresses at conservative-based functions, community groups, colleges and high schools throughout the country. Mr. Phillips' passionate thoughts on family, faith, and freedom leaves audiences both moved and enthralled.
Few other speakers can claim to have starred on the number one rated television program of the 1980's--The Cosby Show--and worked as a surrogate for the President of the United States of America; starred on the number on rated daytime drama and syndicated a popular weekly column and authored a best-selling book, He Talk Like a White Boy. He has also performed on Broadway, off-Broadway and in regional theatre stages and been an Abraham Lincoln fellow for the Claremont Institute. Phillips is a true Renaissance man with something to say, and a unique way of saying it.
His feature films include starring roles in "Strictly Business," "Let's Talk About Sex" and "Midnight Blue." Besides his starring role on "The Cosby Show," he was a three time NAACP Image Award Nominee for his portrayal of Attorney Justus Ward on the daytime drama General Hospital. For two seasons he appeared as Mayor Morgan Douglas on the CBS series "The District," recurred as Marcus Johnson on the hit CBS series "Without A Trace" and currently appears as JT Morse on the Fox Series "Vanished." He has had guest starring roles on "Las Vegas," "Jack and Bobby,""The King of Queens," "Judging Amy," "Family Law," "Martin," "The Larry Sanders Show," "City of Angles," "Any Day Now," and "The Parkers," among others.
As a writer, Mr. Phillips has had essays published in Newsweek, Los Angeles Daily News, Essence Magazine, USA Today and many others. His weekly column, "The Way I see It" appears in numerous publications across the country.
His greatest passion is Nicole, his wife of 12 years, and their three children, Connor, Ellis and Samuel.