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Ben Stein

Ben Stein

The Art of Compassion
25th Anniversary Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

Honorary Committee

Ben Stein

Ben Stein is a commentator for Fox News on finance, a commentator on human interest stories for CBS Sunday Morning, a commentator on retirement planning for PBS’ Wall Street Week, a columnist on economics for The New York Times Sunday business section, and this just scratches the surface.

Ben Stein has been a poverty lawyer for very poor people in New Haven, Conn., where he went to law school, a demonstrator for civil rights in Maryland, a trial lawyer on intellectual property issues, a university teacher on politics and the media, a speech writer for Presidents Nixon and Ford, a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, a highly regarded novelist, an author of books about finance and about Hollywood, an analyst of financial fraud for Barron’s, a frequent expert witness in complex securities and fraud cases, a law school teacher, and a consultant on Presidential campaigns. His securities work has been cited by a recent Nobel Prize winner in economics as inspiring.

But you probably know him best for his long career on the big and small screen. He made himself famous with the words, “Bueller, Bueller,” and “…anyone, anyone…” in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and his scene in that movie was voted one of the 50 funniest scenes in movie history in a major online poll. His long-running quiz show, Win Ben Stein’s Money, is still on after almost 900 episodes. He is the author of 30 books, including the major best seller How to Ruin Your Life, and the more recent Can America Survive. He also introduced Jimmy Kimmel to an unsuspecting, but grateful world. If your eyes are red and need to be clear, you might also know him. He has been in dozens of movies and was a recurring character on The Wonder Years and on Star Search, but what he really likes best is speaking to people and meeting new friends.

Actor, TV personality, economist, lawyer, father, husband of some 30-plus years, meet Ben Stein.

For information about the Honorary Committee, please contact:

Patricia Howard
phoward@pcrm.org
202-527-7324

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