|Born||August 3, 1958|
|Alma mater||Oral Roberts University|
|Notable works||The Ultimate Gift, The Ultimate Life, The Ultimate Journey|
|Notable awards||Emmy Award|
Jim Stovall (born August 3, 1958) is an American writer best known for his bestselling novel The Ultimate Gift. The book was made into the movie The Ultimate Gift, distributed by 20th Century Fox. The Ultimate Gift has a sequel called The Ultimate Life.
He is a graduate of Oral Roberts University. On May 3, 2008, he received an Honorary Doctorate of Law from ORU for his work with the disabled.
Stovall is blind and is an advocate on behalf of people with blindness. He worked to make television and movies accessible to the blind through as President of the Narrative Television Network, an organization that has received various award recognitions including an Emmy award, a Media Access Award and an International Film and Video Award.
In the book, Forbes Great Success Stories: Twelve Tales of Victory Wrested from Defeat by Alan Farnham, Malcolm Stevenson "Steve" Forbes Jr., president and CEO of Forbes magazine, said "Jim Stovall is one of the most extraordinary men of our era."
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