The films of the past have given one film buff a present and an excitement about the future. Meet a man whose lifelong obsession with Hollywood classics has created a new career and a new life. And why do old films even matter today? He explains.
He’s been starring on stage and on screen for 50 years, but Raymond Barry thinks he’s just getting started. We catch up with one of the most unusual, interesting and introspective actors you’ll ever meet.
Once upon a time, TV writer Ted Bergman was the hottest ticket in town, but these days, it’s tough for him to get a ticket on the bus tour. He believes age could be a big part of the reason. He explains how he’s battling ageism in Hollywood.
Like many kids, Steve Latshaw dreamed of making movies when he grew up. But unlike other kids, it’s a dream he never gave up on. Now in his 50s, he’s just hitting his peak, working at a prolific pace writing screenplays and directing feature films.
At 100 years old, Connie Sawyer is the world’s oldest working actress, and she has no plans of slowing down. We catch up with this Hollywood legend to find out about going on auditions at 100 and the one film role she still regrets.
She comes from Hollywood royalty, but Lorna Luft isn’t taking anything for granted. She shares stories from growing up with her mother Judy Garland’s famous friends and reveals why she’s so inspired by working with the Palm Springs Follies.
Barbara Van Orden is living proof you might be able to break the body, but you just can’t break the spirit. As her entertainment career was skyrocketing, it all came crashing down after a horrific accident. Find out how she learned to swim, not sink.
Barry Livingston is a survivor. He didn’t have cancer, wasn’t in an accident and didn’t get hurt. But he survived something much more unlikely — being a child star in Hollywood. And decades later, his career is still alive and still going strong.
You probably don’t know her name or face but you know her work. Jeannie Epper is considered by most to be the greatest stuntwoman who ever lived. Now in her 70s, she’s still working in one of the toughest, most physically demanding jobs.
He’s the world’s most prolific stuntman and he’s stepped in for some of the biggest names in Hollywood. Now, the legendary Vic Armstrong is telling stories from the set and explaining why he thinks there is no age limit in his line of work.