Louie Anderson is one of the most beloved comedians of his generation, but it’s his role as Christine, the matriarch of a family on the hit FX series “Baskets,” that’s earning him some of the highest praise and acclaim of his career. As he celebrates turning 64, he explains how he remains as passionate and excited about working and creativity as he’s ever been.
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Margery Pabst Steinmetz is dedicated to giving caregivers the resources, hope and inspiration they need to carry on with one of the most challenging, taxing and rewarding tasks any of us will ever take on — caring for our loved ones.
Deepak Chopra is a pioneer in integrative medicine and mind-body healing. He explains to Growing Bolder why wellbeing is the #1 health trend in the world. Find out how he plans to help millions transform their own health and wellbeing.
He’s the NBA’s all-time leading scorer, a member of the Basketball Hall of Fame, a 6-time NBA champion and that’s just the short list of statistics that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar can claim. See what he says about lessons learned from the great coach John Wooden, as well as the ways that he himself is Surviving & Thriving.
See what this Hollywood super star says about ageism in her business, what happens when a woman chooses family over career, how she created her own comeback and what she’s excited to do next in her Growing Bolder journey.
“Wouldn’t it be nice if we were older? Then, we wouldn’t have to wait so long.” See what Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys says about this lyric, the album that many consider one of the best in music history, and why he’s still excited to be on the road touring in his 70s.
Dr. Robert Masson is a world-renowned neurosurgeon with a passion for living a life of adventures and opportunities. He offers a pep talk for setting — and, more importantly, achieving — goals in your life. Get inspired by Dr. Masson, who we’re proud to have as the Medical Director for Team Growing Bolder.
Susan Silver was a trailblazer when she began her writing career in 1971 at “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.” A female comedy writer in an industry overwhelmingly dominated by men, she is looking back on her fascinating and at times frustrating career in her new book, “Hot Pants in Hollywood.”
Ed Whitlock didn’t just break running world records — he forever rewrote the history books. After taking up running again in his 40s, he went on to set new records in his 70s and 80s. In one of his final interviews, Ed talks to Growing Bolder about his passion for running and why he continued to do it against medical advice.
When you or a loved one is sick, chances are the very first thing you do is type in your symptoms online to get some advice. But could this habit make you sicker? A medical school librarian explains how to become a better informed online health sleuth.