Dying to Get on Letterman
In 2005, comedian Steve Mazan was diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer and given five years to live. Like many comedians, he had one dream -- to be a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. Find out if he's achieved his goal.
Growing Bolder Radio Show: July 23, 2011
Forget everything you've been told about what you can and can't do. This week's guests prove that there's one secret to success in life -- your attitude. From failing to aging to disabilities, see how these are opportunities to succeed and thrive.
What's All The Fuss About?
When she turned 70, Lynn Ruth Miller decided she wanted to try standup comedy. Why not? Now, five years later, she's hotter than ever. Check her out, and see proof that it really is never too late to do the things you always wanted to.
A Sit-Down Chat With a Stand-Up Guy
He's been on more than 20 sitcoms, in six feature films and had a 4-year run on Broadway. One of the top improv comedians working today, Brian Bradley survived the excesses of showbiz with a clear vision for the future.
Lynn Ruth Miller
Hey, did you hear the one about the 75-year-old comic? This is no joke - Lynn Ruth Miller has discovered a new career on the stage and she's using her act to set the record straight on aging.
Comedian Rita Rudner turned 50 and turned over a new leaf. At 54, she's written 5 books and has kept her marriage going for 20 years. So, what's her secret to happiness?
We had to know what's SUP after receiving an email that read, "In July 2010, at 46 years old, I took a BOLD move, quit my 19+ year safe and secure job with the Florida Lottery and started living my dream." That got our attention. We had to know more.