The best-selling author and star of two hit shows (The Locator, APB with Troy Dunn) reveals how he finds the “Unfindable”
In 1990, Troy Dunn helped his mother (who was adopted) locate her biological family. That single event led him to build an organization that helped people reunite with long lost friends and family members. For 24 years, Troy and his team have assisted thousands of people worldwide in doing just that. He brought his person-finding skills to a wide audience with the hit TV series, The Locator and APB with Troy Dunn, and wrote the best sellers, Never Too Late: Lessons for Life from the Locator and Family: the Good F Word.
The heartwarming Last Hope with Troy Dunn (premiering Sept. 10 on UP) follows Troy as he tracks down long-lost loved ones for everyday people and facilitates their inspirational reunions. The new series offers a deeper insight into how Troy rebuilds fractured relationships by finding absent loved ones and bringing them home. Combining technology, social media and old-fashioned “boots on the ground” detective work, Troy gives viewers a look inside his unorthodox approach for finding the “unfindable” and repairing broken relationships.