Guests: Episodes with Harrison Ford

Harrison Ford is a revered American actor, born on July 13, 1942. With a filmography grossing over $9.3 billion worldwide, he stands as the seventh-highest-grossing actor in North America. He has won numerous awards such as the AFI Life Achievement Award and the Cecil B. DeMille Award. Ford catapulted to global stardom with his role as Han Solo in the Star Wars franchise, and his iconic roles extend to Indiana Jones, Rick Deckard in the Blade Runner films, and Jack Ryan in the Tom Clancy adaptations. He’s also appeared in critically acclaimed thrillers like ‘Witness’ for which he received an Academy Award nomination, as well as a variety of other genres, ranging from romance to westerns.

Apart from acting, Ford is a licensed pilot and an environmental activist. He has engaged in various rescue missions in Wyoming and chaired an aviation education program for youth. Politically, he is a lifelong Democrat, vocal in his support for causes such as Tibetan independence and environmental conservation. He’s criticized the Iraq War, advocated for gun control, and endorsed Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election.

Ford has also ventured into television, with roles in the Paramount+ series ‘1923’ and the Apple TV+ series ‘Shrinking,’ both receiving positive reviews. Despite suffering a significant injury during the filming of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens,’ he has shown remarkable resilience, returning to work after recovery. Although Ford plans to retire his role as Indiana Jones, he remains active, with new roles in the Marvel Cinematic Universe on the horizon.

Outside his professional career, Ford supports the Archaeological Institute of America and has participated in charity work, notably Star Wars: Force for Change. His political activism has been marked by his endorsement of presidential campaigns and his involvement in social issues like the campaign for the release of Roman Polanski and statements against Donald Trump. Overall, Ford is a multifaceted individual who has left an indelible mark on both the silver screen and society.

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