Ted Baehr is publisher of Movieguide and chairman of the Christian Film & Television Commission, as well as a noted critic, educator, lecturer, and media pundit. He is a popular speaker and the author of several books including Narnia Beckons, Frodo and Harry, and So You Want to Be in Pictures. He has been a featured guest on Oprah, Hannity and Colmes, CNN, ABC, FOX News, MSNBC, and Entertainment Tonight, and his work has been featured in such publications as TIME magazine, USA Today, The L.A. Times, The Washington Post, Hollywood Reporter, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and U.S. News and World Report. Baehr graduated summa cum laude in comparative literature from Dartmouth College; attended Cambridge University, the University of Bordeaux & Toulouse, and the University of Munich; graduated from New York University School of Law; and finished his theological studies at the Institute of Theology at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. He and his wife, Lilly, have four children.
Pat Boone was second only to Elvis in the 1950s as the most popular singer of that decade. In his trademark white buck shoes, Boone skyrocketed to fame with hits such as Two Hearts, Ain't That A Shame, I Almost Lost My Mind, Letters in the Sand, and Sugar Moon. He appeared in fifteen films and hosted his own television series, The Pat Boone/Chevy Showroom, for three years. In the '60s and '70s, the Boone family toured as gospel singers and made gospel albums, such as The Pat Boone Family and The Family Who Prays. Pat is a direct descendant of pioneer Daniel Boone, and he and his wife Shirley have four daughters.