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He's damn smart - and he made cinematic history! Ben Stein graduated from Columbia University in 1966 with honors in economics. and Yale Law School as valedictorian. Among other jobs, Ben has worked as an economist at The Department of Commerce, a poverty lawyer in New Haven and Washington, D.C and a trial lawyer at the Federal Trade Commission. In 1973 and 1974, he was a speech writer and lawyer for Richard Nixon and then for Gerald Ford. He has been a columnist and writer for The Wall Street Journal, a syndicated columnist for The Los Angeles Herald Examiner and a frequent contributor to Barron's. Ben has also been a regular columnist for Los Angeles Magazine, New York Magazine, E! Online and has written a lengthy diary for The American Spectator. Ben has published thirty books. His most recent books are the best selling humor self help series, How To Ruin Your Life. Stein is also an extremely well known actor. His part of the boring teacher in Ferris Bueller's Day Off was recently ranked as one of the fifty most famous scenes in American film. From 1997 to 2002, Ben was the host of the Comedy Central quiz show, Win Ben Stein's Money. He was also a judge on CBS's Star Search, and on VH-1's America's Most Smartest Model. Ben Stein is someone to listen to and definitely someone to see.


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