Allan Rich is a respected actor and producer. He was blacklisted during the McCarthy era. He maintained a career and continues to work with noted personalities like Barry Levinson and Stephen Spielberg. You can read more about him by visiting his IMDB Profile
He founded a company called 'We Care About Kids' that produces movies specializing in issues important to young people. 'Newton's Law', with Maria Conchita Alonso focused on drinking and driving. 'The Big Leaf Tobacco Company' featured Curtis Armstrong and narration by Cuba Gooding, Jr. It was aimed to discourage cigarette use.
His latest project tackles the controversial issue of child abuse. In this interview, Allan Rich discusses the dilemma victims face, the material his film will cover, and his plans to take it directly to the nation's PTA.
Here is an outtake where Rich reacts to the anti-Obama ad that accused him of wanting to teach sex to kindergartners:
I shot this video last week and finally have it on-line! I'm working to help Allan Rich get this movie financed.
If you'd like to contribute, visit We Care About Kids.