Legendary actor Ernest Borgnine is living proof that it’s possible to remain vibrant, valuable and relevant, even if you too are lucky enough to reach your 90s.
He was one of the hottest TV stars around in the 1970s, and today, he’s still making entertainment that the whole family can enjoy.
He’s been thrilling audiences for nearly five decades, and John Davidson says at 67, he continues to find new joys in performing on stage.
She’s always been known as one of the most seductive women in Hollywood, and at 75, she’s proving sensuality and real beauty know no age limits.
She shot to fame with her star-turning role in Robert Altman’s “M*A*S*H,” but she says singing was always her passion. She says it’s only with the wisdom of age that she finally is comfortable enough with herself to pursue it.
You’ve probably heard that he’s a environmental “weirdo” but actor Ed Begley Jr. says his path to green living was actually paved by a simple need to survive during his struggling early days in Hollywood.
The ultimate teen idol saw his life spiraling out of control, so he made some big changes. Now, he’s sharing exciting news about a new TV show involving the whole Cassidy clan!
The man of 1,000 sound effects says you have to be willing to risk rejection and hardship on your way to success.
Tom Bosley is one of the greatest TV dads of all time. He played Howard Cunningham, Richie’s father, on “Happy Days” and now he’s a real life grandfather.
Kaye Stevens has sung, danced and acted her way to becoming the “prettiest funny girl” in show business. Now, at age 75, she’s still touring and thrilling audiences.