At 100 years old, Connie Sawyer is the world’s oldest working actress, and she has no plans of slowing down. We catch up with this Hollywood legend to find out about going on auditions at 100 and the one film role she still regrets.
He’s a Hollywood heavyweight — a comedy writer who has contributed to shows and movies including “Mork and Mindy” and “The Muppets Take Manhattan.” Now, David Misch takes on the history of comedy in “Funny: The Book.”
She spent 35 years counseling people through grief, but now, first-time novelist Joy Johnson is helping them laugh with her new book series, The BOOB Girls. Find out why she wanted to celebrate the beauty and passion of older women.
In 2005, comedian Steve Mazan was diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer and given five years to live. Like many comedians, he had one dream — to be a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. Find out if he’s achieved his goal.
Throughout her life, Lola Gillebaard has had to overcome one obstacle after another, including 17 major surgeries and cancer. Yet she continues to find the humor in life and her unique sense of humor has made her one of the funniest women in the U.S.
There’s never been around quite like Weird Al Yankovic in the music business. He’s the biggest selling comedy recording artist of all time, and his new album is racing up the charts. Find out how he’s more relevant than ever.
During her pageant days, Jeanne Robertson realized she could tell a funny story. The former Miss North Carolina (and Miss Congeniality winner at the Miss America pageant) has been entertaining audiences ever since.
After a bad break-up, 29-year-old struggling writer Justin Halpern moved home with his parents and started tweeting all the really funny and shockingly honest things his dad says. The result was the instant phenomenon $#*! My Dad Says.
She’s 90 years old and one of the hottest personalities on TV. Maggie Griffin explains how her outrageous daughter’s exploits have made stars out of both of them and brought them closer than ever.
Comedian Shecky Greene was so big that Elvis used to open for him in Vegas. We find out if Shecky still has that quick wit that made him a showbiz icon.