Their on- and off-stage partnership made the song “Love Will Keep Us Together” a monster hit in the ’70s, but after 40 years, Toni Tennille is starting over. Find out why she says she had to start over at 75 to save herself.
What’s life like for one of the biggest teen idols of all time in his 70s? The one and only Fabian explains how he’s still Growing Bolder. Plus, find out why he understands exactly what Justin Bieber is going through.
If you think you can’t relate to a celebrity or that you would never have anything in common with someone famous, wait until you get to know Toni Tennille of the beloved duo The Captain and Tennille. She reflects on their 40 years together and explains why, like so many other couples, love couldn’t keep them together.
You fell in love with her when she played the perky Shirley Feeney on “Laverne & Shirley,” but when you get to know the real Cindy Williams, you’ll love her even more.
What can we learn from one of the most beloved stars in history? Just keep moving! The great Dick Van Dyke talks to Growing Bolder about love, life, the joy of physical activity and creativity as he celebrates life in his 90s.
Beloved Happy Days star Anson Williams reveals his heartbreaking but inspirational past.
For someone who was introduced to us as a dumb blonde, Suzanne Somers has evolved into one of the most thoughtful celebrities. She shares what she’s learned about taking charge of your own health.
Don Most made us all laugh as Richie Cunningham’s practical-joke playing friend Ralph Malph on Happy Days. After appearing in feature films and even directing a few, Don says he’s returning to his first love — singing.
Theodore Bikel, a legend of stage, screen and folk music, tells us about finding love and purpose at 90 and why he’s been so busy lately that he had to update his autobiography, which he wrote at 70!
“Gilligan’s Island” remains one of the most beloved and popular shows in TV history, even though it only aired for three seasons. Dawn Wells, who played girl-next-door Mary Ann, discusses the show’s enduring appeal and relevance and explains why we could all stand to think a little bit more like Mary Ann in today’s fast-paced world.