See what this Hollywood super star says about ageism in her business, what happens when a woman chooses family over career, how she created her own comeback and what she’s excited to do next in her Growing Bolder journey.
Need proof it’s never, ever too late to make your dreams come true? Meet a woman who decided she wanted to be a movie star … at the age of 65! Now in her 80s, Jo Farkas explains why it’s the best decision she ever made.
Why wasn’t he a part of The Brat Pack? What was it like to a have a front-row seat to Charlie Sheen’s epic meltdown? Jon Cryer is telling all in his new memoir, “So That Happened.” But first, he’s talking to Growing Bolder Radio!
For more than 50 years, Shirley Knight has been a star of stage and screen, picking up Emmy, Tony, Golden Globe and Academy awards and nominations along the way. But it’s her latest work, a small independent film, that’s making huge waves.
Many of us fell in love with Claudia Wells after her role in a little 1985 blockbuster called “Back to the Future.” She was replaced in the next two sequels and when you find out why, you’ll love her even more.
He’s been starring on stage and on screen for 50 years, but Raymond Barry thinks he’s just getting started. We catch up with one of the most unusual, interesting and introspective actors you’ll ever meet.
You’ve heard about baseball or even rock and roll fantasy camps, but what about those who dream of being a part of a Broadway production? Now those dreams are coming true thanks to a woman who followed her dreams to make that happen.
She comes from Hollywood royalty, but Lorna Luft isn’t taking anything for granted. She shares stories from growing up with her mother Judy Garland’s famous friends and reveals why she’s so inspired by working with the Palm Springs Follies.
It’s one of the most recognizable characters in TV history, but do you know the real name behind Bart Simpson? Nancy Cartwright has given voice to the precocious boy in the long-running television series but she’s also a philanthropist and producer.
Barbara Van Orden is living proof you might be able to break the body, but you just can’t break the spirit. As her entertainment career was skyrocketing, it all came crashing down after a horrific accident. Find out how she learned to swim, not sink.