The path to stardom isn’t easy nor is it typically direct. In the case of actor John Corbett, it was meandering, to say the least. Before landing his big break-out role on the beloved show “Northern Exposure,” Corbett was a steelworker, a hairdresser and a country singer.
That big break on “Northern Exposure,” though, led to his first Emmy Award and the beginning of a long and successful career. He’s since charmed audiences in projects such as “Sex and the City,” “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” and now the hit YA Netflix series, “To All the Boys I Loved Before.”
Now 58, the actor is loving his career, loving his various opportunities to explore creative projects and loving his partner of nearly 20 years, the iconic Bo Derek.
Corbett talks to Growing Bolder about what life is like these days and how he keeps Growing Bolder with each passing year.