Cathy Lee Crosby, Founder & CEO of CLC Entertainment Studios, is an internationally recognized star, multi-talented actress, entertainer, writer and producer. Her diverse career includes: representing the U.S. in international tennis competition (she attained a career high ranking of #7 in singles and #4 in doubles), serving as Special Ambassador to Children for the United Nations, working as a member of the Board of Directors of the Congressional Awards (she was nominated and confirmed by both the House and the Senate of the United States), founding and serving as Chairperson of the Get High on Yourself Foundation; and she entertained the troops with Bob Hope on his last Christmas Tour of the Middle East. She has starred in over 75 feature films, mini-series and television productions, including the first movie of the iconic comic book "Wonder Woman," which to date is the highest rated show starring a female ever on television with a 49% share! Cathy Lee also became a household name and fan-favorite when she starred in the top-ten hit TV series, "That's Incredible!" on ABC. Cathy Lee made her Off Broadway debut starring in the play Almost Perfect, directed by Geraldine Fitzgerald. She also wrote, directed and starred in two plays, Zoot Suit: The Real Story and the first theatrical adaptation of the book, They Shoot Horses, Don't They? For the latter production, Cathy Lee received the "Outstanding Contribution to the Arts Award" from the City of Los Angeles. She formed her own production company whose first project was the highly acclaimed movie based on the book, One Child. She produced the film and starred in the title role. Cathy Lee's first book," Let the Magic Begin"© (Simon & Schuster) made its debut on Oprah. The book received glowing reviews and endorsements from such noted authors, athletes and entertainers as Larry King, Earvin "Magic" Johnson, Reba McEntire, Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield, Wayne Dyer and Dan Millman. She is writing her next book titled "Life is a Work of Art, So Why Not Make it a Masterpiece!"©. Cathy Lee has also been actively involved in many charitable foundations including the Special Olympics, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Children's Hospital, City of Hope, the USO and Babies with Aids. In recognition of her longstanding service to children and the less fortunate, Cathy Lee was recently bestowed the most prestigious honor of being knighted "Lady Cathy Lee Crosby" in the Royal Order of Saint John, the oldest humanitarian organization in the world. After a 7 year hiatus from the entertainment business to care for two beloved family members at the end of their lives (keeping a promise she had made to them some 20 years earlier), Cathy Lee is back in Hollywood with a groundbreaking new company called CLC Entertainment Studios. It is the vehicle she is using to create, produce and distribute quality, one-of-a-kind, life-affirming and highly profitable entertainment projects that will enrich peoples' lives all over the world.