A tragic missed opportunity with his father inspired a photographer to finally put his long-simmering idea into action. Jim Hobart explains how the Legacy Life Project is bringing precious family memories to life, a priceless gift for generations to come.
Throughout his 40-year show business career, Tony Danza has done it all. Now, at 67, he’s gearing up for exciting new projects and sharing his advice for Growing Bolder in your own life.
Hugh Bonneville charmed audiences worldwide with his award-winning turn as Robert, the Earl of Grantham on “Downton Abbey.” Even as Bonneville and the rest of the cast prepare to return to Downton, he continues to take on exciting new roles in his career, including performing alongside the iconic Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Vivica A. Fox has been called the hardest working woman in showbiz. Her bio is filled with too many excellent movie and TV roles to mention, but for someone as popular and well-liked as she is, her life has not been easy. She explains why versatility and tenacity have kept her in the game.
It is never too late to start Growing Bolder. But sometimes, you just need a real example to remind you that no matter the odds and no matter how hard the challenge, there is always time to pursue your dreams.
The always entertaining Bill Nye the Science Guy explains why, after years of teaching kids, he’s trying to get more adults excited about science.
Jacqueline Bisset has been one of the most in-demand movie stars since the 1960s. We’ll talk about her legendary career, fame, age and beauty with one of our most beloved stars of the screen.
Back to the Future and Caroline in the City actress Lea Thompson’s new project is a true family affair. She explains why her family, including her two daughters and husband, decided to collaborate on a film together and how it’s changed their relationships.
He’s one of the greatest keyboard players in rock, yet few know his name. Patrick Moraz, who played for Yes and the Moody Blues, was never in it for fame. For him, success is measured in spontaneity, experimentation and improvisation. See why he believes the same three ingredients are key to living a full and adventurous life.
When you become a big time, world wide rock star at the age of seventeen, what are you supposed to do when you’re 70? If there is something about music that keeps you “alive and well,” then this legendary guitarist seems to have discovered exactly what it is.