You fell in love with her when she played the perky Shirley Feeney on “Laverne & Shirley,” but when you get to know the real Cindy Williams, you’ll love her even more.
Beverly D’Angelo is one of the most fascinating women in Hollywood. Now in her 60s, she describes what it’s like to have teenagers and why creativity, not success, has always been the driving force in her life.
For 40 years, people asked, “When are you going to write a book about your brother?” Maybe a weird question to hear, but for Louise Harrison, sister of Beatles’ member George, it was a rallying cry to put to paper the amazing story of her family.
He’s a best-selling author, maker of millionaires and philanthropist. So what drives Mark Victor Hansen to stay so positive? We ask the creator of “Chicken Soup for the Soul” to share his secrets.
Through failed marriages, broken romances and shattered finances she has mananged not just to survive it all, but to come out with the true Growing Bolder Spirit.
He’s been on more than 20 sitcoms, in six feature films and had a 4-year run on Broadway. One of the top improv comedians working today, Brian Bradley survived the excesses of showbiz with a clear vision for the future.
At age 35, Mike Sigel was the youngest ever inducted into the Billiards Hall of Fame. After retiring he became the game’s best known promoter only to return to prove he’s still got it!
He had a dream to make his favorite comic book into a movie. Nobody believed — except Michael Uslan himself. He eventually got director Tim Burton and stars Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson and made his “Batman” movie, and nobody is laughing anymore.
She may have played a nasty, selfish child on “Little House on the Prairie,” but in real life, Alison Arngrim is anything but. Find out how she’s changing the lives of children across the country.
Col. Joe Kittinger is well-known for his legendary leaps forward in aviation. But there was a chapter left out of his amazing ballooning career. For several years, Kittinger was Michael Jackson’s private pilot.