Comedic Actor, Emmy-Winning Host and Political Pundit
Ben Stein's infamous scene in Ferris Bueller's Day Off was voted one of the fifty funniest in American film history. His quirky lectures are a fascinating foray into America's cultural, political and social life. Stein has had what may be the most diverse career of anyone now on the national scene. He is in every sense a Renaissance Man. Award-winning actor, economist, writer, journalist, and teacher, Stein is equally well known in America's boardrooms as he is in America's dormitories and fraternity houses.
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