- The Washington Times - Monday, March 24, 2014

The “most interesting man in the world” is hitting the nation’s capital next month in support of efforts to eradicate land mines from war-torn areas of the world.

Jonathan Goldsmith, the actor who plays a worldly spokesman for Dos Equis beer in popular TV ads, will co-host a reception for the Mines Advisory Group (MAG), which is holding a photographic exhibit at the Russell Senate Building’s rotunda from April 1 to April 4.

Mr. Goldsmith will join Sen. Patrick Leahy, Vermont Democrat, for a private receptionApril 2 at the exhibit, titled “Surviving the Peace: Landmines, Mortars and Munitions — 25 Years of Humanitarian Mine Action according to MAG.

Mr. Goldsmith has recently become an ardent MAG supporter after having recently returned from visiting MAG operations in Vietnam where he met with accident survivors and spent a day with MAG teams clearing and destroying unexploded ordnance,” the organization’s press office said.



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