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Best known for playing the role of BJ Hunnicutt in the hit TV series MASH, Mike Farrell is also a successful movie producer and long-time activist. He talks about how he got into acting, life after MASH and traveling the world fighting for social justice.
- Mike Farrell An actor best known for his roles on the TV series "MASH" and "Providence," he's also a writer, director, and producer; co-chair emeritus of Human Rights Watch in Southern California; spokesperson for Concern America; co-founder of Artists United to Win without War; and president of Death Penalty Focus.
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