American Tortoise Rescuer Marshall Thompson is Today’s Honoree

Marshall Thompson is the the co-founder of the nonprofit American Tortoise Rescue and as helped rescue more than 3,000 turtles and tortoises over the past 22 years.

American Tortoise Rescue, Malibu, is certified by state and federal agencies as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation founded in 1990 to provide for the protection of all species of tortoise and turtle.  We offer permanent sanctuary to abandoned and lost tortoises, as well as those that are confiscated from law enforcement and require temporary housing.  Foundlings that cannot be adopted because of ill health remain in the care of American Tortoise Rescue for the remainder of their lives.

Marshall Thompson, co-founder of ATR is a writer and director and founder of PRVideo.tv.  His more than 30 years of experience in video and television includes roles as director of photography, production manager, writer, producer and director for such clients as ESPN, ABC Wide World of Flying, 20th Century Fox, PBS and Telepictures.  Thompson also served as segment producer for the MGM show “LAPD – Life on the Beat.”  Thompson is a voting member of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Thompson did his graduate work in television and film at San Diego State.  He speaks Spanish, Italian and French.

Visit Marshall Thompson for more information

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