Original Ghostbuster Ernie Hudson talks to Growing Bolder about the importance of keeping a positive attitude. See how he’s been able to keep his, even as he’s watched some of his acting contemporaries become huge international stars.
You first fell in love with Loretta Swit with her smoldering portrayal of Margaret “Hot Lips” Houlihan on M*A*S*H. Even she never expected to still be acting at 80, but that’s exactly what she’s doing. Find out why she thinks that’s significant for her industry and women.
The Little River Band had a string of hits years ago. So, why is it so important for singer Wayne Nelson to keep them going today? He explains to Growing Bolder!
As the voice of the rock group Yes, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jon Anderson is the face of progressive rock. His creativity, his passion and his voice have not diminished over the years. At the age of 73, Jon is as energetic, driven and prolific as ever.
A three-time Emmy Award winning producer shifts his focus to older athletes and the result is a moving and empowering documentary.
Clean and sober at 76, R&B pioneer George Clinton is more energetic, more creative and funkier than he has been in decades. Find out how he got his Mothership back on course.
Debbie Allen is a legendary choreographer, actress, director, producer and one of the most powerful executives in Hollywood. And she accomplished all of this while overcoming her industry’s sexism, racism and now ageism. We catch up with this force of nature and discover her secrets to success, as well as her greatest source of pride.
Fashion consultant and TV host Tim Gunn talks to Growing Bolder about his life in fashion and why he never expected to become a TV star at the age of 50. Plus, get his pep talk for redefining your life at any age with courage and confidence.
Chances are, when you think of Judy Collins, you immediately think of her legendary career, but hers is also a story of resilience, compassion and candor. Find out why she’s passionate about sharing her struggles to help others overcome their own obstacles in life.
Carl Reiner is a living legend who has entertained audiences since World War II. Now in his mid-90s, he’s still as creative and vibrant as ever, and he’s also teaching us all a valuable lesson in the art of longevity.