Linda Gray gave life to Sue Ellen Ewing, one of TV’s most iconic characters, and in the process, helped the world discuss a once-taboo topic — alcoholism. Plus, Gregory Anne Cox, Dr. Andrew Payer and Malcolm Law.
For someone who was introduced to us as a dumb blonde, Suzanne Somers has evolved into one of the most thoughtful celebrities. Plus, artist Gregory Kloehn, Holocaust survivor Sonia Warshawski and actress Anne Archer.
Phil Taylor’s personal experience with the tragic loss of a childhood friend that truly sparked a life-changing passion. Plus, Linda Evans, Pat Travers and Kathy Lennon.
The legendary Kenny Rogers looks back on his 50 years in the business and reveals what the future holds for this country music megastar. Plus, style expert Christine Schwab, comedienne Annabelle Gurwitch and Bonner Paddock, who has overcome cerebral palsy to complete some amazing physical challenges.
Why wasn’t he a part of The Brat Pack? What was it like to a have a front-row seat to Charlie Sheen’s epic meltdown? Jon Cryer is telling all in his new memoir, “So That Happened.” But first, he’s talking to Growing Bolder Radio! Plus, fashion designer Bri Seeley, pole dance Greta Pontarelli and mountaineer Werner Berger.
Sean Hepburn Ferrer, the son of the great Audrey Hepburn, explains how his mother’s passion for making a difference in the world motivates him to help those suffering from rare diseases, such as the rare disease that took her life. Plus. adventurer Sarah Marquis, author Clive Cussler and financial guru Chris Hogan.
David Clark went from a drug addicted, alcoholic 320-pound man to a lean, clean, motivation machine. Get inspired to overcome your demons in life. Plus, meet world-class mountaineer Eric Alexander, humorist Dave Barry and award-winning writer Mary Flynn.
Jim Abbott is one of the most inspirational athletes of all time, and he’s still inspiring people worldwide to believe in themselves and their potential.
Suze Orman, one of the most respected personal finance experts in the world, shares tips you need to take care of your money for the rest of your life.
Not even six different types of cancer and more than 20 surgeries can slow Tony Handler down. We catch up with this 75-year-old triathlon superstar.