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Celebrity Apprentice Profile: Marilu Henner

March 27, 2013 12:00 PM by Veronica Dudo

Viewers have seen Marilu Henner’s amazing ability to remember information while competing on Celebrity Apprentice. She is one of only¬†12 documented cases of Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory (HSAM). Currently, she is¬†competing on the all-star season of the hit NBC reality TV series and is hoping to raise money for her charity organization, Alzheimer Association. Keep reading to find out more about the actress!

Henner is a five-time Golden Globe nominee known for her roles on two classic TV sitcoms, Taxi and Evening Shade. She has starred in over 30 films and six hit Broadway shows such as Grease, Chicago, Social Security, Over Here!, and The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife. Henner was a contestant on the first installment of Donald Trump’s The Celebrity Apprentice.

In addition to her acting she is also a New York Times bestselling author of nine books. Some of her books include “Total Health Makeover,” “The 30 Day Total Health Makeover,” “Healthy Life Kitchen,” “Wear Your Life Well” and “Total Memory Makeover.”

Henner’s HSAM (Highly Superior Autobiographical Memory) landed her a spot on an episode of 60 Minutes and is responsible for her nickname “Perpetual Motion.” She has used her gift on the all-star season of Celebrity Apprentice when the teams traveled to Universal in Orlando, Florida and she told guests the day of the week they were born when they told her their birth dates!

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