Roma Downey

producer and actress

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Television producer actress; co-producer and star of the film Son of God

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The biblical story of Jesus has been told in films since the beginning of films themselves. It’s latest incarnation is called  Son of God .

Jesus on the Big Screen

The biblical story of Jesus has been told in films since the beginning of films themselves. It’s latest incarnation is called Son of God .

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Mark Burnett's name is synonymous with big reality competition shows -- Survivor, The Voice, and Celebrity Apprentice -- but the passion project he made with his wife, Roma Downey, is…

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Mark Burnett's name is synonymous with big reality competition shows -- Survivor, The Voice, and Celebrity Apprentice -- but the passion project he made with his wife, Roma Downey, is…

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