The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Green Gifts Campaign Features Actress Sarah Scott in New Holiday Spot

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The current Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Green Gifts Celebrity Campaign features Kyra Sedgwick and Sarah Scott in a bid to raise global awareness of environmental, ecological, and societal issues.

I get a lot of joy in being environmentally responsible in small ways around my home and neighborhood, but the NRDC helps me stay active on a more global level.

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) is promoting its Green Gifts Campaign this holiday season with a series of advertisement spots featuring prominent and notable celebrities such as Kyra Sedgwick and Tony Shalhoub. Their new holiday spot entitled, "Aqualillies Make A Holiday Splash," features actress Sarah Scott.

Sarah Scott's radiant personal style and acute sense of the era has garnered her parts as a 1930's chorus girl in Alan Ball's "True Blood" as well as in the highly anticipated silent film "The Artist," due out November 23, 2011, which received myriad accolades and awards including Best Actor Jean Dujardin at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011.

"I get a lot of joy in being environmentally responsible in small ways around my home and neighborhood, but the NRDC helps me stay active on a more global level. Their weekly email updates make it easy for me to stay informed about important issues and take action right from my computer. I think the Green Gifts will make cool presents and give the typical exchange a whole new meaning this season."

No stranger to working with the industry's best and brightest, Sarah has already amassed an impressive repertoire of roles, having worked and performed in numerous high profile television shows, sitcoms, shorts, and films including, "Arrested Development," "CSI:NY," "Medium," "Rizzoli & Isles," and "Nip/Tuck."

In her debut NRDC advertisement spot, Sarah encourages us to veer away from the humdrum holiday gifting norm and instead opt for a cause that benefits the world and elevates the conscience. Selections range from small contributions towards wildlife conservation and clean energy production to the more extravagant, including a Photo Safari with Tom Murphy or a five day, four night visit to the last untouched Gray Whale Nursery. So this holiday season tell grandma to save gas looking for that perfect snowman sweater and log in to http://www.nrdc.org and help save a baby whale. Check out the new Holiday spot here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PPkCqXMcxG8.

For more information regarding Sarah Scott, visit http://www.sarahmscott.com.

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