Thursday, November 06, 2008

FOX Goes Public with Secret Millionaires 

Posted by James at 2:02 PM ET

Secret Millionaire Debuts Wednesday, December 3, on FOX

FOX reveals a wealth of millionaires participating in Secret Millionaire , the inspirational new unscripted series premiering Wednesday, Dec. 3 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. The millionaires include an internet mogul worth $300 million, a husband-and-wife team who own a multi-million dollar magazine-publishing business, a successful Southern California lawyer, an owner of a restaurant empire, a Baltimore socialite and former NFL Cheerleader as well as a software inventor worth $50 million.

The secret millionaires will leave their opulent lifestyles and go undercover to experience life in some of the most impoverished areas of the country including a community devastated by Hurricane Katrina, an old coal-mining town in Schuylkill County, PA, and areas outside of Los Angeles, San Francisco and Las Vegas, where people in need live just minutes from those in upscale, gated communities.

Challenged with living on minimum wage, the millionaires will immerse themselves in situations beyond their comprehension. They will work side-by-side with community members and befriend those in need. During their stay, they decide who of their new-found friends, neighbors or co-workers should ultimately receive their extraordinary gifts of a lifetime at least $100,000 of their own money.

Molly Shatuck

One of the millionaires is Molly Shattuck from Baltimore, MD. Shattuck is married to Mayo Shattuck III, and is the mother of five children. Shattuck is also a civic leader in Baltimore, MD, where her many charitable efforts have focused on raising awareness and funding for the health, education and artistic development of disadvantaged inner-city youth. Shattuck previously served as a Corporate Center Director for Sylvan Learning Systems and as a Marketing Associate for Alex. Brown & Sons, Inc. She recently became nationally known when, at the age of 38, she became one of the oldest cheerleaders in NFL history, cheering for the Baltimore Ravens.

More on Molly here.

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