Ed Begley Jr.
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.
Skydiver, stunt driver, parasailor, aspiring actor and ventriloquist and recent Clown Camp graduate Frank Taylor is always looking for his next adventure.
Actor and Comedian Dom DeLuise Dies
The Academy Award-nominated actor and comedian has passed away at the age of 75. DeLuise was best known for his roles in The Cannonball Run and as host of the TV Show "Candid Camera."
Merv Griffin has called Michael Andrew one of the greatest singers of all time.
"The World Just Got a Little Less Funny."
Comedian and actor Bernie Mac died early Saturday in Chicago from complications from pneumonia, He was 50. "Ocean's 11" co-star George Clooney issued a statement saying, "The world just got a little less funny."
He's an Oscar-nominated actor who has appeared in more than 100 films, but thanks to the Army, he almost never made it on the big screen! The fates aligned, and Robert Vaughn is now writing about his "Fortunate Life."
Actor James Garner Suffers Stroke
Garner, an Oscar nominee for "Murphy's Romance" and star of TV shows including "Maverick" and "The Rockford Files," turned 80 in April.
World-famous choreographer Norma Miller has been dancing for more than seven decades and her career is still going strong.
Older but not gone
All too often there is a news story about the death of someone well known. How well known dictates the amount of publicity about the death. It ranges from a one liner buried in the newspapers, to a full biography of their life, to a mention on National TV networks.
Well, this musings isn't about those deaths but rather a recognition of those that we seniors know well and are still living. This...