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Kirby Heyborne

Moral & Ethical Leadership

Release Date: 11/10/2020

Colonel Frederick D. Thaden show art Colonel Frederick D. Thaden

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Colonel Frederick D. Thaden is the ROTC Commander for Detachment 855 at Brigham Young and Utah Valley Universities.  Colonel Thaden was previously the Director of the Talent Management Innovation Cell for Headquarters U.S. Air Force at the Pentagon in Washington D.C.  Colonel Thaden was commissioned in 1991 as a graduate of the Reserve Officer Training Corps at Brigham Young University. The colonel's assignments include duties as a behavioral scientist, social actions chief, manning division chief, squadron commander, vice commander, installation commander, and wing commander. He is...

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Kirby Heyborne show art Kirby Heyborne

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An accomplished actor, musician and comedian, Kirby Heyborne wows audiences on the silver screen and in his live performances. Kirby’s comedic wit and charm will guarantee the audience a memorable performance in the upcoming Farrelly Brothers Fox feature The Three Stooges, opposite Sean Hayes and Sofia Vergara. Kirby plays “Teddy” a childhood friend, who accidentally becomes involved in a murder plot with the three stooges. Kirby’s interest in the arts began at 12 years old when he started writing his own songs on the piano. At 15, he picked up a guitar and taught himself how to play a...

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Tom Holmoe was named Director of Athletics at Brigham Young University on March 1, 2005. He oversees a nationally recognized program with 21 intercollegiate sports, involving more than 600 student-athletes and a 190-person staff. Since his appointment, BYU has captured 120 conference regular-season and postseason championships, and more than 275 student-athletes have earned All-America status.

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T.C. Christensen is an American cinematographer, film director, and writer best known for his work on films related to the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, including Joseph Smith: The Prophet of the Restoration, Gordon B. Hinckley: A Giant Among Men, 17 Miracles, and Ephraim's Rescue.

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Dr. E. Gordon Gee is one of America’s most prominent higher education leaders, having helmed universities for more than three decades. In 2009, Time magazine named him one of the top 10 university presidents in the United States. Recently, the website Great Value Colleges named him the nation’s top university president. In 2014, Gee returned to West Virginia University, where his career as a university president began. His leadership goals include putting students first, advancing the university’s research agenda, partnering with West Virginia communities and making...

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Greg Wrubell is a sports broadcaster based out of Cedar Hills, Utah. He is a commentator for college sports, including football, men's basketball, and women's soccer for Brigham Young University.

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After graduating from Brigham Young University, Derwin played professional football in the NFL for five years with the Indianapolis Colts (1993-1997) and one year with the Carolina Panthers (1998). During that time, he and Vicki began their journey with Christ and experienced God’s faithfulness and direction as He moved their hearts to know Him and make Him known.

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Ann Romney is the two-time best-selling author of “The Romney Family Table” and “In This Together” and Global Ambassador for the Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Mrs. Romney also sits on the Board of Directors of CharityVision, which focuses on empowering local physicians in the developing world to bring sight to those most in need.

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An accomplished actor, musician and comedian, Kirby Heyborne wows audiences on the silver screen and in his live performances. Kirby’s comedic wit and charm will guarantee the audience a memorable performance in the upcoming Farrelly Brothers Fox feature The Three Stooges, opposite Sean Hayes and Sofia Vergara. Kirby plays “Teddy” a childhood friend, who accidentally becomes involved in a murder plot with the three stooges.

Kirby’s interest in the arts began at 12 years old when he started writing his own songs on the piano. At 15, he picked up a guitar and taught himself how to play a Beatles song using a “How To” book. He soon started performing anywhere he could and quickly sold out of the 50 albums he recorded in a friend’s bedroom. Since then, Kirby has released four solo albums and has had his music featured in many films. He has delighted audiences across the country with his ability to blend heart-warming stories, beautiful music and comedic wit.

After graduating from the University of Utah with a degree in Economics, this dynamo signed with an agent and was immediately cast in an Idaho Lottery commercial. Two weeks later, he landed a role in the Indy feature Singles Ward. After completing the film, the producers cast him to be the lead in their next project, the lighthearted family comedy. The R.M. in which his song “Kolob” is featured.

Kirby received critical acclaim for his starring role in the World War II drama Saints and Soldiers which was nominated for an Independent Spirit Award. He also starred in the award-winning boy band mockumentary The Sons of Provo, and the award-winning quixotic comedy Pirates of the Great Salt Lake (The Weinstein Co.). Kirby was also a series regular on FBC’s series “Free Ride” and has appeared in numerous nationwide commercial campaigns including the upcoming Honda campaign featuring Mario Andretti.

Creative, talented and versatile, Kirby has received a number of Audio File Magazine’s Earphone awards for excellence in narration. He has narrated over a hundred titles including: Nick and Nora’s Infinite Playlist, Black Swan Green, Breathers and The Genius. He is known to deliver raw emotion without drawing attention to the performance itself.

This performer is a co-founder and director of the celebrated LA-based improv comedy group The Society, which sells out theaters all over the country. He is also the co-founder, co-producer, co-director, and co-writer of kerBLINK, a new video channel whose mission is to make the world laugh with ‘environMENTALLY friendly’ clean videos, films, songs, and creative content.

Kirby lives in Los Angeles with his wife and three children. He speaks fluent Spanish and is an Eagle Scout and currently serves as Cub master for his local Cub Scout Pack. He likes to swim, bike, hike, camp, snow and water ski and is a self-proclaimed board game snob, but his favorite activity is to cook and bake with his family.