Singer, actor, author, songwriter, radio host: Pat Boone has been a part of the entertainment industry for over 50 years, and in that time he has sold more that 45 million records, held Billboard's all-time record of 200 consecutive weeks on the charts with more than one song, written more than 11 books, and starred in numerous feature films and television productions.
But Mr. Boone is also a humanitarian. His firm commitment to his Christian faith has led Mr. Boone to give generously in assisting philanthropic organizations and causes. He has served as spokesperson, national chairman, and host of the Easter Seal Society Telethon; co-chaired the National Day of Prayer for many years; and helped found the annual Washington Charity Dinner, a major political/social/humanitarian event on the Washington, D.C. calendar. Pat Boone hosts the Pat Boone Golf Classic benefitting, among others, Ryan's Reach, a charity established in the name of Boone's grandson who is recovering from a traumatic brain injury. He also serves as chairman of the Advisory Board at Pepperdine University. He recently published his latest book, Questions About God and the Answers That Could Change Your Life.