Jamie Lee Curtis is a Hollywood native, the daughter of legends Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh. She rose to fame after her acting debut in John Carpenter's Halloween. The horror classic quickly established her as a scream queen, but that slowly faded when she was cast in films like Trading Places, A Fish Called Wanda, True Lies, My Girl and Freaky Friday.
She got the idea for her new podcast "Letters from Camp" from her goddaughter. The podcast, available on audible.com, is a comedic mystery aimed at middle grade listeners and parents. It features Adam Sandler's daughter Sunny in the titular role.
Curtis also created MY HAND IN YOURS, which offers objects of comfort to share with a loved one, friend or colleague going through hard times. It is especially relevant now during this pandemic, where many elderly people are living in isolation. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit Children’s Hospital LA.
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