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Special Benefit with Lior Suchard

SAVE A CHILD’S HEART presents a special benefit evening with world renowned mentalist
Save A Child's Heart (SACH) is Israel's preeminent humanitarian organization specializing in charitable pediatric cardiac care and providing urgently needed pediatric heart surgery and follow-up care for indigent children from developing countries. Based in Israel, our mission is to improve the quality of pediatric cardiac care for children from countries where the heart surgery they need is unobtainable.
Mystery of the Heart 
UCLA Royce Hall, Los Angeles
February 9, 8:00 PM
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Lior Suchard
Lior Suchard has traveled the world with his highly successful show where he performs extraordinary displays of telepathy and telekinesis with audience participation. Lior had multiple guest appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno Show and has done television appearances with James Corden, Kim Kardashian, Larry King, Zac Efron and many others. He is an incredible showman; his live performance is mind-blowing, hilarious and unlike anything you’ve ever seen before!
Lior Suchard, Master Mentalist opener 2016
Mentalist Lior Suchard Bends Time for America Ferrara & Jeremy Piven
Jim Belushi & The
Sacred Hearts
The first thing you need to know about Jim Belushi is that he’s a performer. Not an actor, not a comedian, not a singer- but a performer. Which is pretty much all those things put together and multiplied by two or five or something.
From the live stages of Second City and “Saturday Night Live” to the soundstages of "About Last Night,” "K-9,” "Mr. Destiny,” "Return to Me," ABC TV's long-running comedy series, "According to Jim,” and, most recently, the bright lights of Broadway, he has taken everything life’s thrown at him and hit it out of the park. And, by the way, he's been having a blast.
Speaking of "According to Jim," the hit series happened to be very heavily influenced by the Sacred Hearts. Jim and the boys wrote and recorded the music for the show, and John and Tony were regular members of the cast. 
So anyway, one day Dan Aykroyd asks him to join the Blues Brothers Band as Brother Zee, which he accepted.
So, to get ready to play with the Blues Brothers, Belushi crashes rehearsals of the House of Blues’ own band, The Sacred Hearts. He sits in with the band- laughing, acting, singing, dancing. In a word: performing. It turns out that Jim was right because those rehearsals were "a whole lotta fun." So much fun, in fact, that for the last fifteen years the band has been Jim Belushi and the Sacred Hearts.
Dr. Hillel Laks
Distinguished UCLA Chancellor’s Professor of Surgery, Dr. Laks is internationally recognized for his pioneering surgical approaches to complex heart disease. A faculty member since 1981, Dr. Laks founded the world renowned UCLA Heart transplant program as well as the Lung and Heart-Lung Transplant program. He initiated the pediatric mechanical assist devise program, and UCLA’s revolutionary alternate-recipient heart transplant program.
This program allows older and higher-risk patients who would not qualify for a heart transplant to receive hearts that otherwise would not be used. Over the years Dr. Laks has recruited and supported distingushed faculty, and has trained a generation of surgeons, each of whom has t to children worldwide through humanitarian missions, traveling to Russia, Peru, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and many other contries to perform complex heart surgeries. Dr. Laks, actively involved with Save a Child’s Heart, will be participating in an upcoming International medical mission and additional SACH professional projects.
Jeff Frost
Jeff Frost serves as president of Sony Pictures Television Studios, overseeing all U.S. production and programming for Sony Pictures Television (SPT). Current productions include “The Good Doctor,” “The Blacklist,” “The Goldbergs,” “Outlander” and “Sneaky Pete.”
 Formerly, as executive vice president, U.S. business affairs for SPT, Frost played a lead role in SPT’s overall strategy and negotiations with the studio’s broadcast and production partners and talent, overseeing the studio's U.S. business affairs department, including day to day operations as well as strategic counsel on the company's network, cable and syndicated television productions.
Frost managed SPT's negotiations between the studio and its partners at networks and production companies, talent, and other outside companies. 
 Frost joined SPT in 2008 from ABC Studios, where he served as senior vice president, business affairs for the studio's traditional production arm, as well as their digital media group. Frost joined ABC in 1997 as an attorney in the litigation department and, beginning in 1999, held posts in the legal affairs and business affairs departments for the production company, Touchstone Television, through 2003, when he segued into ABC Cable Networks as senior vice president and head of legal affairs. He rejoined Touchstone Television in 2005 as senior vice president, leading the legal department before taking on his role at SPT in business affairs.
Posted on: Jan 23, 2019 4:52 PM