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Topic - G.W. Bailey
Even with nasty weather potentially on its way, one of the biggest parades in the run-up to Mardi Gras is set to roll.
Actor G.W. Bailey will share the spotlight Sunday as celebrity king of the Bacchus parade _ one the biggest in the run-up to Mardi Gras _ with more than two dozen child cancer patients from across the country.
Actor G.W. Bailey shared the spotlight Sunday as celebrity king of the Bacchus parade _ one the biggest in the run-up to Mardi Gras _ with more than two dozen child cancer patients from across the country.
The city's glitziest, most star-studded parades of the Carnival season roll this weekend, including one with a float being touted as the biggest in New Orleans' history.
He said this weekend he relished the opportunity to share those experiences with young cancer patients.
Bailey said he's been involved with the Sunshine Foundation for 27 years and has been executive director for 12.