Holly Robinson Peete

Holly Robinson Peete

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Hollly Robinson Peete

Holly Robinson Peete was recently featured as a candidate on "Celebrity Apprentice." Her other television credits include "21 Jump Street," "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper," "For Your Love," and "One on One." She also starred in the original cable movie, "Matters of Life & Dating."

In addition to acting, she performed the theme songs for both "21 Jump Street" and "Hangin' With Mr. Cooper," and did her own singing as Diana Ross in the miniseries, "The Jacksons: An American Dream." Robinson Peete has also been an on-air personality alongside her husband Rodney Peete, a former NFL quarterback, on their daily radio program, "Meet the Peetes," airing on Sirius/XM Satellite Radio.

In 1996, Robinson Peete and her husband formed the HollyRod Foundation, inspired by her father's courageous battle with Parkinson's disease. Following their son RJ's autism diagnosis in 2000, the couple launched hollyrod4kids to focus on improving the lives of children and their families affected by autism. Through the HollyRod Foundation and her family's personal experiences, Robinson Peete has become an advocate for consistent and reliable education, outreach and support of families affected by autism and Parkinson's Disease.

In spring 2010, Robinson Peete released her second book - a children's picture book called My Brother Charlie about autism from the sibling's perspective - which was co-authored by her 12-year-old daughter, Elizabeth Peete. Robinson Peete won the 2006 Quill Literacy Award with her first book, Get Your Own Damn Beer, I'm Watching the Game: A Women's Guide to Loving Pro Football.

Robinson Peete attended Sarah Lawrence College. She and her husband of 15 years are the proud parents of four children. Currently, they reside in Los Angeles. Her birth date is Sept. 18.

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