TV Icon Bea Arthur Dies
Bea Arthur, the former "Golden Girl", and one of the "The 50 Greatest TV Icons" died Saturday at the age of 86 from cancer.
Comedy writer Susan Silver took her message to a whole other level recently when she got drunk on national TV. She's a GB Radio regular who soon may be speaking to "Cougars" everywhere.
Highly acclaimed writer Susan Silver has taken her search for Mr. Adequate overseas and she's not happy about what she's finding out there.
Susan Silver talks to Growing Bolder about her love life, the shocking lack of women her age on TV and in the movies and the presidential candidate she calls "the most gorgeous man she has ever seen" (and no, it's not Obama).
Susan Silver has written for some of TV’s biggest comedies, including “The Bob Newhart Show,” “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and “Maude.” Silver (who admits even she lies about her age) talks about living in New York City, and trying to meet men.
She's the unofficial spokeswoman for Cougars everywhere, but Susan Silver is much more than a pretty face. She's a TV pioneer who has a lot to say about the state of TV.
How To Be Funny!
How many times have you watched a show and thought, I could write funnier than that! Maybe you should! Check out these sure fire comedy tips from GB Thought Leader Susan Silver in this interview with Good Day New York.