Marlee on Motherhood, TV and Philanthropy

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Playing Marlee on Motherhood, TV and Philanthropy
Oscar-winning actress and national spokesperson for closed captioning, Marlee Matlin, became deaf at 18 months old, but didn’t let her lack of hearing slow her down. She and her interpreter of 27 years, Jack Jason, join The Doctors to talk about life as a soccer mom to four kids, her number one show, Switched at Birth, and an organization called Dogs for the Deaf.