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Edward Herrmann

Edward Herrmann's many television credits include his Emmy-nominated portrayals of Franklin D. Roosevelt and his guest role in The Practice, for which he won an Emmy.  He has also played the part of Richard Gilmore on the popular television series Gilmore Girls and appeared in Grey's Anatomy, 30 Rock, and Law & Order.  On stage, Edward has appeared on Broadway, most notably as Frank Gardner in Mrs. Warren's Profession, for which he won a Tony Award.  His film work includes roles in The Great Waldo Pepper, The Paper Chase, Overboard,The North Avenue Irregulars, and Woody Allen's The Purple Rose of Cairo.
 
Edward has narrated over 300 titles, including Thurston Clarke's Ask Not, published by Macmillan Audio.  AudioFile magazine has deemed Edward a "Golden Voice," and he has received multiple awards and nominations for AudioFile's Earphones Awards and Audie Awards.

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  • Kennedy's Last Days Audiobook - Prologue read by Bill O'Reilly

    Liston to author Bill O'Reilly read an excerpt from his book, Kennedy's Last Days.

  • Kennedy's Last Days Audiobook - Chapter 1 excerpt read by Edward Herrmann

    Listen to this audio excerpot from Bill O'Reilly's new book, Kennedy's Last Days

  • John F. Ross, author of Enduring Courage, on The Early Days of Aviation

    What was it like to soar at 10,000 feet with an open cockpit while worrying about having to engage enemy planes? John F. Ross shares a story of what it was like for pilots during the early days of aviation from his new book, Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed.

  • John F. Ross, author of Enduring Courage, on The Early Days of Automobile Racing

    The cars of today are a far cry from what they were more than a century ago. John F. Ross shares a story of Eddie Rickenbacker's racing days and the early days of the automobile from his new book, Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed.

  • John F. Ross, author of Enduring Courage, on The Dawn of the Age of Speed

    Early in the twentieth century, two new American super figures—the racecar driver and the flying ace—would become the embodiment of American skilled manhood, and no individual did more to create and intensify these new roles than Eddie Rickenbacker. Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed by John F. Ross, available in bookstores everywhere.

  • John F. Ross, author of Enduring Courage, on The Terrible Choice Faced by Early Pilots

    Early in the twentieth century, two new American super figures—the racecar driver and the flying ace—would become the embodiment of American skilled manhood, and no individual did more to create and intensify these new roles than Eddie Rickenbacker. John F. Ross shares the terrible choice faced by early aviators from his new book, Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed, available in bookstores everywhere.

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