Unscripted: Marlee Matlin
Marlee Matlin lost her hearing when she was an infant, but never allowed this disability to hold her back. She started acting at the age of seven, and in 1987 became the youngest performer ever to win a Best Actress Oscar, for her work in the feature film Children of a Lesser God. A four-time Emmy Award nominee, Matlin has made memorable appearances on prime time hits ranging from Seinfeld to The L Word, and competed on Dancing With the Stars. She published her autobiography I'll Scream Later in 2009, and has produced a pilot for a reality series called My Deaf Family, which can now be seen on YouTube.
- Producer: VisonTV2