Big names and big dreams — see why you don’t have to be a celebrity to make a difference (but if you are, you can use your fame for good!)
You know him from his work on “The Carol Burnett Show” and “McHale’s Navy,” but where would the world of comedy be without the legendary Tim Conway? Find out what other career Tim was going to pursue before he became a comedian.
In 1975, Betty Tisdale evacuated more than 200 orphans just before Saigon fell. For the past 35 years, she has continued to help and love the orphans of the world, and she’s not doing it from a distance — she moves to disaster-stricken areas to provide as much help as possible. Find out why she keeps running right into the face of these tragedies.
Reclusive actor, comedian, musician, and entrepreneur Dan Aykroyd rarely gives interviews. He once said, “I don’t believe in low profile; I believe in no profile.” Come along as we catch up with Aykroyd on his national bottle signing tour. His what?
When Virginia Ferrigno’s husband, Bill, died, she wondered if her life was over, too. For 61 years, he was her everything. Anyone who’s suffered the loss of a spouse knows all too well how painful it is. Virginia offers an optimistic lesson on what it takes to go on.
Craig Dietz was dealt a difficult hand in life. Born without arms or legs, he’s had his fair share of obstacles to overcome. But Craig has never let his disabilities keep him from doing what he loves, including competing in triathlons and taking the ultimate plunge — getting married.