Sela Ward is a multiple Emmy Award-winning actress, a New York Times best-selling author, producer, painter and philanthropist.
She has starred in two critically acclaimed TV series, Sisters and Once and Again, and in major motion pictures, including The Fugitive, The Day After Tomorrow, Gone Girl and now Independence Day: Resurgence, in which she plays the president of the United States.
Ward explains how she studied Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail to prepare for a role as the most powerful woman on Earth.
And as she prepares to turn 60, she explains why she feels more confident and fearless than at any other point in her life. Plus, she reveals why she feels much more comfortable with her art than she does in her acting career. Find out what art and creativity brings to her life.
Click here to learn more about the Hope Village for Children, the organization she founded in her home state of Mississippi to help abused children and women.