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About the Author
Tom Wopat was born in Lodi, Wisconsin, in 1951. He is an American actor and singer, first achieving fame as Luke Duke in the long-running 1979
television series The Dukes of
Hazzard. His audiobook readings include Beyond Suspicion, Dark Watch, and The Crush.
Dick Cavett was the host of the Dick Cavett Show on ABC and PBS and also hosted talk shows on the USA, HBO, and CNBC cable networks. He appears frequently on Imus in the Morning, HuffPost Live, and other interview programs and was nominated for his most recent Emmy in 2012. Cavett is the author of Talk Show, the coauthor of Cavett and Eye on Cavett, and writes an online opinion column for the New York Times. He lives in New York City and Montauk, New York.
is a writer, actor, and director. He is an editor-at-large at National Geographic Traveler and has written for the New York Times, the Atlantic, the Wall Street Journal, Bon Appétit, Afar, and others. His book The Longest Journey Home was named a best book of 2012 by the Financial Times (London). He has won six Lowell Thomas Awards, and the Society of American Travel Writers named him Travel Journalist of the Year in 2010. He made his acting debut at nineteen and has appeared in dozens of films, including Pretty in Pink, St. Elmo’s Fire, and The Joy Luck Club. He lives in New York.
Plimpton, in addition to audio narration, is a film, television, and stage actress. Her first major film roles include The
River Rat, The Goonies, and The Mosquito Coast. On stage she made her Chicago debut with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company Ensemble, during which time she received a National Medal of Arts Award. She won the Drama Desk and
Outer Critics Circle Awards for her performance in Tom Stoppard’s The Coast of Utopia and has received numerous Tony Award nominations for supporting or featured actress. Her television roles included Grey’s Anatomy and
Raising Hope, among others. In narration,
she won an AudioFile Earphones Award for her reading of Alice McDermott’s After This, which also was a finalist in
2007 for the prestigious Audie Award.
Marsha Mason is an American actress and director. She has twice won the Golden Globe Award and has been nominated four times for an Academy Award.