Squire D. Rushnell
SQuire Rushnell is a popular speaker and New York Times bestselling author who has coined the term "Godwink," now in mainstream usage.Within more than one and a half million books in print, SQuire's Godwink stories have been a popular monthly feature on the NBC Today Show. He has also appeared on several national television programs including Fox News Channel's Fox & Friends and CBS Sunday Morning. As a veteran ABC Television Network executive, he led Good Morning America to the number one spot and was a father of the acclaimed Schoolhouse Rock! series and the ABC Afterschool Specials. Programs under his direction have captured more than seventy-five EmmyAwards. SQuire and Louise are the Executive Producers of the Hallmark Godwink MovieSeries, now in it's third season. Louise DuArt costarred with Tim Conway and Harvey Korman in sold-out performances for fifteen seasons. Clean and funny, Louise executes fast-paced conversations between herself and Bart Simpson, Judge Judy, Barbra Streisand, Hillary Clinton, and dozens more. She was a popular Women of Faith speaker and has coauthored six books with her husband, SQuire. She hosted a popular daily talk show on the ABC Family channel for eight seasons, Living the Life, and has starred in various Broadway productions, garnering rave reviews.Read more Read less
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