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Faith Salie

television and radio host

Faith Salie is a television and radio host, commentator, interviewer, "ethics expert," actor, comedian, and journalist, but she prefers to be called, simply, a protean raconteuse. She was the host and executive producer of the National Public Radio show “Fair Game from PRI with Faith Salie.” During its 300 episode run, she conducted over 1000 interviews with the likes of President Carter, Lorne Michaels, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Slash, Elizabeth Edwards, Norah Jones, Oliver Sacks, Tom Brokaw, and a family of champion elk callers. On television, Faith stars in the upcoming Planet Green series “Treehugger TV.” She hosts the Sundance Channel’s coverage of the Sundance Film Festival, and was also one of the stars in the critically acclaimed improvisational sitcom, “Significant Others” on Bravo. She was first known for her role as Sarina Douglas on "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine." Faith is a contributor to O, the Oprah magazine as an ethics reporter, and also regularly writes for Slate.com and Oprah.com. As a commentator on politics and current events, Faith is a contributor to CBS Sunday Morning and is a regular guest on Fox News' late-night talk show “Red Eye” and NPR's “Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me.” Faith has regularly performed as a stand-up comedian at the Hollywood Improv. She is also a television writer and has created/executive produced pilots for Fox, VH-1, and the Oxygen Network. Faith is a Rhodes scholar who graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Harvard. She completed an M.Phil. in Literature at Oxford University.