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Caitlin O'Connor (born in Los Angeles on August 3, 1982) is an actress, model, and television host. She appeared in Maxim Magazine as both their "Helpful Hottie" advice girl and one of the "top ten hottest girls in America." In 2014, Caitlin starred in a national Budweiser commercial for Budweiser Black Crown. She was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Uniontown, Pennsylvania. Persuaded to enter beauty pageants, she became a top finalist in the Miss Pennsylvania USA contest. For college, she decided to move back to Hollywood. While attending UCLA as an English major, she was asked to model for UCLA's Bruin Bearwear and she discovered her desire to model. High profile print campaigns for Target, Sears, Macy's, Sons of Anarchy, Nickelodeon's The Bratz, Xbox, Pert Plus, DreamGirl Int'l, and Catch Surf followed. While modeling, she discovered her latent talent to act. She has since logged airtime as a regular actress on the MTV series Chelsea Settles, as well as guest star spots on shows like Comedy Central's Key & Peele, The Nick Kroll Show, and Tosh.0. She has also appeared in over 100 music videos as an actress or dancer. As a host, she has had assignments on The Ski Channel, FOX News, and Maria Menounos' AfterBuzz TV. In 2013, Caitlin landed a starring role in a Pepsi Next commercial and Machinima-produced web series "Tumbleweed." Also in 2013, Caitlin appeared in Sports Illustrated as their Lovely Lady of the Day, and was featured on "TMZ on TV," The Ricki Lake Show, and The Doctors on CBS as a celebrity guest.
AHMED SHIHAB-ELDIN Ahmed Shihab-Eldin is a host/producer for HuffPost Live. Previously he launched, produced and was co-host on Al Jazeera English's award-winning social-media show, The Stream. He has most recently worked for Doha Film Institute, Doha Tribeca Film Festival, the New York Times, and PBS Wide Angle. His work has been featured in FRONTLINE/World, TimeOut, Washington Week and other blogs. He received his M.S. from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, where he also taught New Media Skills as an adjunct professor, and his B.S. from Boston University. In 2008 he won a Webby Award for a multimedia project titled "Defining Middle Ground: The Next Generation of Muslim New Yorkers," along with two colleagues. He is originally Palestinian, and grew up in California, Kuwait, Egypt and Vienna.