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Her philanthropic work includes Project Windfeather, a charity that provides scholarships to Native American children, and Dignity, a foundation that offers job training for the mentally and physically challenged.In 2009, at the age of 71, Stevens brought her career full circle to confront the traumas of her childhood.Meanwhile, youngsters Richard and Freya bond over a shared love of musical theatre (20-year-old Oxford graduate Richard is the proud scribe of Ukip: The Musical).Exec Prod: Nicola Lloyd; Series Editor: Martin Conway; Series Prods: Adam Chapman, Rob Clifford; Senior Prods: Gilly Goshawk, Richard Mills; Prod Co: Twenty Twenty Female-to-male transsexual Charlie hopes to use his Irish charm to win the affections of 22-year-old Charlotte.Stevens inherited her parents' musicality and, despite her chaotic childhood, she began her career in music at a very young age.While still a child in Brooklyn, she formed her own vocal group, The Foremost, featuring three male backup singers who later became The Lettermen, a famous pop trio.By 2000, Forever Spring had developed into a cosmetics empire—offering over 300 products to an estimated clientele of 3 million women while racking up more than 0 million in annual sales.In addition to her career as an entertainer and cosmetics mogul, Stevens is a lifelong public servant and philanthropist.
The couple divorced in 1966, and a year later she married singer Eddie Fisher.She wrote and directed , a largely autobiographical film about an 11-year-old girl who witnesses a murder in Brooklyn, and goes to spend the summer with friends in Missouri.After a lifetime keeping such memories bottled up, Stevens says, "writing the screenplay was so cathartic." The film is a reminder that after a lifetime of fame and success, Stevens is still both shaped and haunted by her troubled Brooklyn childhood.And 49-year-old Thomas's last date with single dad Patrick may have ended in heartbreak, but he hopes that tonight's meeting with sexual health nurse Colin will be the answer to his prayers.Exec Prod: Nicola Lloyd; Series Editor: Martin Conway; Series Prods: Adam Chapman, Rob Clifford; Senior Prods: Gilly Goshawk, Richard Mills; Prod Co: Twenty Twenty Divorcees Shirlie and Dave get up close and personal in this episode.
Then in 1951, at the age of 12, Stevens witnessed a murder on the streets of Brooklyn.