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Forever Young

Season 10 Episode 2 | 52m 11s

Henry Louis Gates, Jr. meets Valerie Bertinelli and Brendan Fraser—two actors who found fame when they were young and lived much of their lives in the limelight, cut off from their roots. Moving from war-torn Europe to the coal mines of Pennsylvania to the Amazon jungle, each discovers the places their ancestors once called home—providing new insight into what made them who they are today.

Aired: 01/08/24 | Expires: 02/06/24
Forever Young
FINDING YOUR ROOTS WITH HENRY LOUIS GATES, JR., Season ten is a production of McGee Media, Inkwell Media, Kunhardt Films and WETA Washington, D.C.
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Extras
Anthony Ramos learns about his 15th great-grandfather's fate at the hand of a conquistador
Tracy Morgan's third great-grandfather lived as a free man prior to The Civil War.
Danielle Brooks learns the dollar value of her enslaved fifth great-grandparents.
A 1940 census, reveals that Sonny Hostin's grandmother's father was absent from her home
Jesse learns about his great grandmother on mother’s side from Sweden, who was a singer.
Tracy's family history unfolds with surprising revelations about his great-grandparents.
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