Heroes Monday is a weekly feature about the American TV show ~ Heroes. It includes character and actor profiles well as bits of trivia and a spotlight on a real hero.
Heroes, whatever high ideas we may have of them, are mortal and not divine. We are all as God made us and many of us much worse. John Osborne
Tim Kring is the creator of the TV series according to Wikipedia he turns 50 today. No superpowers have been attributed to him as of yet. He is also the creative mind behind – Crossing Jordan and Strange Woods. In the 1980s, he created a TV series similar to Heroes called Misfits of Science which featured Courtney Cox-Arquette.
Happy Birthday Mr Kring!
Real Hero ~ Eli Kahn
Eli Kahn is a cancer-survivor who following a successful battle with the illness that almost took his life, created a fund-raising scheme for cancer research. Cartridges for a Cure collects donated used ink jet and laser cartridges from printers from a wide range of source from individuals to organizations. These cartridges are then sent to a recyclable company which sends a check to Eli. All proceeds are sent for support of pediatric oncology research at Johns Hopkins University. Eli’s brilliant innovative idea is expected to contribute in the search for a cure for cancer in children
Eli Kahn’s photo appears courtesy Volvo4Life Awards.