Singer/Actress/Author Gloria Loring

      Gloria Loring is the recording artist of the #1 hit song Friends and Lovers; co-composer of television theme songs Diff'rent Strokes and Facts Of Life; an audience favorite as "Liz Chandler" on Days Of Our Lives; spokesperson for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation; the author of five books benefitting people with diabetes; a keynote speaker for corporations and non-profits; and one of few artists to sing two nominated songs on the Academy Awards.

      The depth and diversity of Gloria's talents and skills are impressive. As a performer, she toggles from classic rock to standards, from Broadway to pop, in clubs, performing arts centers, symphonies, and casinos. She's starred in movies of the week, television specials, and theatrical productions, including a national tour of Anything Goes. She is a certified yoga instructor and an articulate champion of biomedical research.

      Gloria's newest book, a spiritual autobiography titled Coincidence Is God's Way of Remaining Anonymous, details a series of extraordinary coincidences that transformed her life and provides insight into how each of us can use coincidence for good.

      She has shared the stage with the Pointer Sisters, the Supremes, Billy Crystal, Bill Cosby, and Bob Hope, and performed on numerous award shows, including the Emmy Awards, Academy Awards, and Golden Globes. In the beginning of her career, Gloria was profiled in an hour-long documentary, "Two Singers," with the legendary Aretha Franklin.