Our Ambassadors

Stephen Lang – Ambassador

Stephen Lang – Ambassador

A stage actor of great recognition, Stephen Lang has shaped a formidable career on and off the various stages of the United States and abroad. Though he is arguably most well-known for his acclaimed performance in James Cameron‘s Avatar (2009), Lang began his career in theater. Broadway roles include his Tony-nominated performance as Lou in “The Speed of Darkness”, Happy in the Dustin Hoffman revival of “Death of a Salesman”, Colonel Jessep in “A Few Good Men”, and Mike Tallman alongside Quentin Tarantino and Marisa Tomei in “Wait Until Dark”.  - IMDB

You may know celebrity actor Stephen Lang as the villainous colonel Quaritch from the movie Avatar, but in reality he believes the camera is a stronger weapon than the gun.

“Video Volunteers is creating a kind of grassroots Reuters. They have created an alternative media in places that don’t have cinemas or TV or even regular electricity. As an actor, it is amazing to see people who have so little producing such interesting media.” - Stephen Lang

Check out what Stephen has to say about Video Volunteers:

Abhay Deol – Ambassador

Abhay Deol – Ambassador

Has done majority of work with debutant directors; rather unusual and daring in the context of “star driven” Hindi film industry. – IMDB

Acclaimed as the finest of the young Indian actors, Abhay Deol studied arts in Los Angeles before making his debut with the Hindi film Socha Na Tha(2005). He signed on as the Ambassador of Video Volunteers in 2010 and since then he has been working to promote organization’s goals along with taking time to interact with the Community Correspondents to give them some pointers and lots of motivation.

Deol devised and enacted the title role of Devdas in the 2009 film Dev.D. Nikhat Kazmi, the critic for Times of India gave the movie a perfect 5 out 5 stars in her review.[7] Abhay Deol has been the cover of Man’s World and Time Out Mumbai, with titles such as The New Face of Indian Cinema. – Wikipedia

Watch Abhay telling Zoom TV why he supports Video Volunteers: