JANE FONDA is a two-time Academy Award-winning actor, producer, author, activist, and fitness guru. Her career has spanned over 50 years, accumulating a body of film work that includes over 45 films and crucial work on behalf of political causes such as women’s rights, Native Americans, and the environment. She is a seven-time Golden Globe® winner and was honored with the Cecil B. DeMille Award, Honorary Palme d’Or honoree, AFI Life Achievement Award winner, and recipient of the Stanley Kubrick Excellence in Film Award as part of BAFTA’s Britannia Awards. Fonda can be seen in the seventh and final season of Grace & Frankie. It’s for her work on the series that she received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. She was last seen on the big screen in Book Club. Fonda also premiered Jane Fonda in Five Acts, a documentary for HBO chronicling her life and activism, at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. Next year, she will star in the animated film Luck and in the film Moving On, which will reunite her with Lily Tomlin. Currently, Fonda continues to lead the charge on Fire Drill Fridays, the national movement to protest government inaction on climate change she started in October 2019 in partnership with Greenpeace USA. Her latest book, What Can I Do? My Path From Climate Despair To Action details her personal journey with the movement and provides solutions for communities to combat the climate crisis. Fonda also notably celebrated her 80th birthday by raising $1 million for each of her nonprofits, Georgia Campaign for Adolescent Power & Potential and The Women’s Media Center.