He’s Dr. Phil, Robin Williams, President George W. Bush and John Madden all rolled up into one. He’s Frank Caliendo and he’s one of the most talented impersonators in the business.
Major league baseball players can wear jewelry, but not high schoolers. In the ’90s, a top pitcher in Florida was thrown out of the state tournament for wearing a necklace. So Stu and Marc made a tongue-in-cheek PSA to explain the dangers.
Comedy writer Susan Silver took her message to a whole other level recently when she got drunk on national TV. She’s a GB Radio regular who soon may be speaking to “Cougars” everywhere.
What’s the true definition of success — is it money? Is it fame? Jim Carlton could have had lots of both. As a writer for Joan Rivers, the Smothers Brothers and others, he had quite an exciting ride. But to Jim, there were other things in life.
Comedian Rita Rudner turned 50 and turned over a new leaf. At 54, she’s written 5 books and has kept her marriage going for 20 years. So, what’s her secret to happiness?
Herb Hauser was the best 90-year-old tennis player on the planet when we went one-on-one with him. He was active, had a great sense of humor, and the love of a wonderful woman. His message: “Get off the couch. Have some fun. Take some chances.”
When we met retired rodeo stars Lyle and Curt Brown, we also met their bulls, and a very angry, very protective goose. So Growing Bolder’s Chief Videographer Jason Morrow put together some of the highlights — and the lowlights.
Meet a surfer who just wanted to pay tribute to his still-surfing father with a bumper sticker with attitude. That little idea blossomed into a $6 million a year sportswear company.
His biggest audience four years ago was a family of four looking for a new fridge. Now, he’s in demand worldwide, entertaining live audiences and TV audiences in the millions. Come along as John Morgan transforms his life with inspiration and imitation.
The good news is we’ve been invited to a huge convention. The bad news is — we can’t find it.