Star Legacy Foundation

Podcast - Stillbirth Matters

Keith Powell & Jill Knox Powell

June 26, 2019


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Keith and Jill Powell

In this episode Chris Duffy visits with the Keith Powell and Jill Knox Powell during their visit to Minnesota for the Star Legacy Foundation’s 15th Anniversary Dinner on June 19, 2019. Jill and Keith’s son Greyson Knox Powell was stillborn on February 18, 2018 after an uneventful pregnancy. They recently welcomed their rainbow daughter Dolyn in March of 2019. Keith is an American television actor, writer, director, and web series creator, who is known for his role as James “Toofer” Spurlock on 30 Rock, and for creating and starring in the web series Keith Broke His Leg, for which he won several Indie Series Awards in 2016. Jill Knox Powell is a visual artist and markets her creations through The Young Rebels Studio. We are grateful that the Powell’s share our passion for pregnancy & infant loss prevention and plan to work with us on our endeavors going forward.


Keith Powell & Jill Knox Powell

2 Comments

  1. Laura Devine says:

    Thanks to you both for sharing. I unexpectedly lost my daughter at 40+ weeks and went on to have a son who is now about to turn 4. So much of what you said resonated and I am so grateful to you for sharing. 30 Rock was one of the things my husband and I turned to for some moments of joy after the loss so thank you for your part in that as well.

  2. Tanesha Williams says:

    Congratulations to you all, I love to hear about the rainbow babies after the loss of our angel babies. I had a miscarriage in ‘July 16’ and a recently stillbirth at 39 weeks in dec ‘18’. I still have dreams and cry out at times. I have soy of anger at my doctors for not monitoring me and my babies closely especially with my last pregnancy, but I pray that we have a rainbow baby as well. I’m keeping the faith. Thanks for sharing you all story!

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