Her career got its start in the most storybook way imaginable, and now, nearly four decades later, her most well-known character is perhaps needed more than ever before. We catch up with the great Vicki Lawrence … and her alter ego Mama.
She was the girl we loved to hate — nasty Nellie Oleson on “Little House on the Prairie.” But now, through her activism, her one-woman show and her book, “Confessions of a Prairie Bitch,” Alison Arngrim is beloved around the world.
For 40 years, Jeanne Cooper has portrayed the fabulously wealthy Katherine Chancellor on daytime’s “The Young and the Restless.” Along the way, she’s caused a lot of controversy — on and off screen — and battled to help women.
She’s been called the female Mel Blanc, but it may be more appropriate to call Mel the male June Foray. The voice behind some of the most beloved cartoon voices, including Rocky and Natasha, is still going strong at 95 and sharing her stories.
In the 1970s, there was no one cooler than the Fonz. But when you find out how actor and best-selling author Henry Winkler is changing children’s lives, you’ll realize you had no idea just how cool he really is.
How did the man behind “The Rainbow Connection” find himself lost in a downward spiral of drugs and alcohol? Songwriter Paul Williams shares his story of recovery, hope and making a difference in others’ lives.
As a child, Tanya Tucker knew there was only one thing she’d ever want to do in life — perform. By 13, her song “Delta Dawn” was a huge hit. She explains how she survived the professional and personal highs and lows to come out better than ever.
Actress Mariette Hartley has had a front-row seat to some of the best and some of the worst that life has to offer. She explains why she chose to speak out about her struggles with mental health, alcoholism and a divorce and why she’s never been happier.
As a child star, Petula Clark was known as the “British Shirley Temple,” but her success continued well past the awkward teenage years. Clark has been performing for more than 50 years, selling more than 70 million records in all.
You know him from Leave it to Beaver, but did you know that Tony Dow is now a well-respected artist? His sculptures have even been displayed at the Louvre! Find out how he started pursuing his true passion in life.