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FEATURE ARTICLE
Hey, Carrie Ann!
An Interview with Carrie Ann Inaba

Today's Caregiver MagazineCarrie Ann Inaba is not only a judge for ABC’s top ten television program Dancing with the Stars; she is also a dancer, choreographer, actress, game show host, and singer. When Carrie Ann was living in Japan, she released three singles and hosted a weekly radio and television series. After returning to America, she appeared as one of the “Fly Girls” on the television series In Living Color from 1990 to 1992. She also appeared as a dancer during Madonna’s 1993 Girlie Show World Tour and was in the Austin Powers films Goldmember and The Spy Who Shagged Me.

Carrie Ann is the National Celebrity Spokesperson for an organization near and dear to her heart, The Andréa Rizzo Foundation, which provides grants to fund dance therapy programming for children with cancer and special needs.
Editor-in-Chief Gary Barg sat down with Carrie Ann to talk about love of family, caregiving, and sharing the joy of dance with kids who need and deserve some joy in their lives.

Editor-in-Chief Gary Barg sat down with Carrie Ann to talk about love of family, caregiving, and sharing the joy of dance with kids who need and deserve some joy in their lives.

Gary Barg: Can you tell me about the Andréa Rizzo Foundation and how you became directly involved?

Carrie Ann Inaba: The Andréa Rizzo Foundation does movement therapy for pediatric cancer patients. I was working on Dancing with the Stars, and there was this woman sitting to my right and next to a young lady who I could tell was undergoing some sort of treatment, maybe chemotherapy...more



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