Forget everything you think you know about zombies — Doc Ruger and his pod of zombie hunters are about to set you straight in “The Zombie Cause,” a documentary film project and upcoming reality show from Dr. Lucky Meisenheimer.
Oscar winning actress and director Lee Grant has survived the kinds of hardships that could have made her bitter. Instead, she’s passionate and vibrant and ready to reclaim the 12 years that were stolen from her when she was blacklisted.
Beloved actor Fyvush Finkel is proof it’s never too late. After getting his start in the Yiddish theater world as a child, he finally became a crossover star in his 40s. Now 91, he’s still working and as passionate as ever about working and life.
Joyce Carpati is fashionable, vibrant and most importantly, proud to embrace her age. Find out how the 82-year-old is spreading the message that the right attitude, not a lot of anti-aging products, is all you need to look and feel fabulous.
Since the ’70s, George Wallace has been making us all laugh with his hilarious stand-up routines. Now in his 60s, he’s sharing what he’s learned through his life. Plus, he reflects on his late friend Robin Williams.
In 1974, his high-wire walk between the twin towers of the World Trade Center stunned the world. Now in his mid-60s, French performance artist Philippe Petit looks back on his bold act and explains why creativity remains the ultimate act of rebellion
For more than 50 years, Shirley Knight has been a star of stage and screen, picking up Emmy, Tony, Golden Globe and Academy awards and nominations along the way. But it’s her latest work, a small independent film, that’s making huge waves.
The creator of the Global Film Festival explains how she’s helping to redefine the word “peace” and why it doesn’t have to mean we’ll all agree. In the process, she how she’s encouraging us all to make a difference, no matter our political beliefs.
At age 92, flutist and teacher Robert Willoughby has already lived an extraordinary life, playing in some of the world’s most respected orchestra’s and developing many first chair musicians. Learn why he’s still passionate about teaching and music.
Estelle Parsons says the key to healthy aging is to never stop being busy. It’s a philosophy she’s living. At 86, she’s still turning in Tony-nominated performances on Broadway, starring in movies and directing productions at the Actors Studio.