Guest Interview April 26, 2013
James Cromwell


In the red chair: actor James Cromwell. James is probably best known for his Oscar-nominated turn as the quiet, humble farmer in the movie 'Babe'. But beneath that unassuming exterior lies the heart of a rebel: in the '60s, James worked alongside the Black Panthers and later became an outspoken advocate for animal rights, a cause that he still fights for (in fact, it recently got him arrested). But James always balanced activism with acting: his latest is a Canadian picture called 'Still Mine', about a couple fighting to build their final home - and, so fitting for James, standing up to the system.

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