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Books

“BEING A TEEN”

“Being a Teen should be in the hands of every teen in the world. It is a myth-busting, fact-filled treasure full of life information all teens want and need to know.”
—Christiane Northrup, M.D., New York Times bestselling author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom

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Prime Time

“Prime Time Workouts”

Veteran actress, activist, and fitness fanatic Jane Fonda has released more than 20 exercise videos since 1982, making her a true inspiration for women everywhere. Recently, Fonda’s made a comeback with Prime Time, a series of workout DVDs for the older generation.
-SHAPE MAGAZINE

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Newsstand

“Jane Fonda’s Painful Childhood Inspires Her to Help Today’s Teens (VIDEO)”

After working with adolescents for more than 30 years, starting with a camp she founded and then working on behalf of various youth social causes, Jane Fonda considers herself a “lay expert” when it comes to teens and their questions about sexuality.

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Fonda Flashback

Vintage Blue! With the heart and soul of the Dodgers, Tommy Lasorda. I’m about to lead the Dodgers in a workout during Spring Training in Vero Beach, Florida

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WORKING WITH RUSSELL CROWE

I’ve been in Pittsburgh this week working on a film called “Fathers & Daughters” with Russell Crowe. It’s an intense, moving story about a Pulitzer Prize winning author (Russell) who suffers from depression and is trying to raise his five-year-old daughter (whom he adores) alone because his wife was killed in a car accident. His sister-in-law (Diane Kruger) is trying to forcibly adopt the daughter because she feels he isn’t a fit father and she blames him for the accident that killed her sister. The young daughter is played by 10-year-old Kylie Rogers. Amanda Seyfried plays the daughter 25 years later, after her father has died, as she struggles to heal from the trauma of her childhood. My friend, Quvenzhané Wallis (“Beasts of the Southern Wild”) is also in the film as is Octavia Spencer (“The Help”). All my scenes take place in 1989 so, unfortunately, I didn’t get a chance to see or work with any of them.

The photo above was taken on my first day working with Russell.…

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