Jason Gray Stanford

Jason Gray-Stanford is a Canadian film and television actor. He is best known for having played the hapless Lieutenant Randy Disher in the TV program Monk. He is currently (May 9, 2013) appearing as hospital staff attorney Scott Henderson on the TNT medical drama, Monday Mornings. Reference

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Celebrities Who Give Exclusive for Lupus LA’s Orange Ball at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel. The gala raises hundreds of thousands of dollars to support Lupus LA’s awareness and education programs across Southern California. Kristen Johnston hosted the star-studded event honoring Phill Lewis with the prestigious Loop Award, Lannette and Scott Turicchi with the Daniel J. Wallace Founder’s Award and EMD Serono with the Medical Visionary Award. The Ball has raised over $4 Million for the cause which affects 1.5 Million people nationwide every year. Ninety percent of lupus patients are women. Featured celebrities: Kristen Johnston, Toni Braxton, Chairman Adam Selkowitz, Gilles Marini, Erica Tazel, Scott Michael Campbell, Scott Grimes, Christopher Tehlirian, Kellie Martin, John Savage, Blanca Blanco, Kristen Renton, Hunter Elizabeth, Jaclyn Betham, Jes Macallan, Jason Gray Stanford, Phill Lewis

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The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation is proud to celebrate the extraordinary legacy of both Elizabeth Glaser and Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton—two women who have been global leaders in the fight to improve the health and lives of millions of women worldwide.

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