Real Life Superheroes in People Magazine and American Doers Series

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Check out Rock N Roll aka Roxanne Cai in People Magazine and in episode 8 of People/Time Inc.’s American Doers series hosted by James Marshall.

James Marshall is a Brit who moved to America and has created and hosted, Jogging with James, in which we saw James run and interview celebrity friends while training for the toughest unsupported footrace in the world, the Marathon Des Sables. James ran with friends Lee Pace, Melissa George, Nigel Barker and Super Bowl Champion and gay rights activist, Brendon Ayanbadejo.

In 2014, James also created, produced and co-directed The American Dream Project, a Web-series made in partnership with fashion house, Cole Haan.

AMERICAN DOERS, a new 12-part video series on Time Inc.’s People.com sponsored by Advil, premiered Tuesday, November 1 at 10 am ET featuring original thinkers, innovators, craftspeople, risk-takers and artisans across the United States. AMERICAN DOERS sets out to prove that despite all the negative news, America is still the land of opportunity for anyone with an idea and a dream. These gutsy, resourceful, and tenacious individuals are today’s true pioneers who risk everything in their pursuit of success and the American dream. Their stories unfold as the host, James Marshall of Happy Marshall Productions, spends days completely immersed in their lives. Marshall lives their American Dream – working in their businesses, walking in their shoes, following their journeys – along the unpredictable path to success or setback.

There’s one main episode and two vignette videos about Rock N Roll on the website. Click on this link for the videos:
American Doers

Enjoy!!

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