A father of three hasn't seen his mom for 30 years--when he was 6 she walked into a grocery store but never came out. And a 54-year-old adoptee longs to meet her biological family. Chris Jacobs and Lisa Joyner help reunite both seekers with their loved ones.
Runtime: 60 minutes
Long Lost Family - Ariel Bruce - Netflix
Ariel Bruce is a specialist search consultant for film, TV and documentary makers. Born in Hampstead, London, she is the granddaughter of Marxist economist Fritz Sternberg. Bruce has over 20 years experience as a qualified social worker and search specialist.
Long Lost Family - Long Lost Family - Netflix
From 2011 until the present day, she has been working as a search and social work consultant on the ITV1 series Long Lost Family. As the series' head consultant, Bruce has undertaken the research into tracing missing family members for all 43 episodes of the series. The Telegraph Newspaper has called Bruce "the Agatha Christie of the adoption world'. Alongside 'Long Lost Family, Bruce has worked on a number of other British TV series, including Who Do You Think You Are and The Gift. In the early 1990s she worked on the Channel 4 TV series Cutting Edge, providing research for the episode entitled Relative Strangers. In 2009 Bruce returned to Cutting Edge to work on an episode called The Homecoming which told the story of a former child care home residents attempts to trace their birth family.
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