How are you making a difference? Following your dreams, or taking a stand against aging stereotypes? Donating money or proving that it’s never too late? In this week’s episode, meet the Gospels of Good.
- From Broadway to Busts
Lawrence Holofcener wrote for Sid Caesar’s “Your Show of Shows,” Sammy Davis Jr. and Merv Griffin. After becoming one of the top songwriters around, he decided to walk away and take another risk — he wanted to be an actor. Not only did he become an actor, he made his debut on Broadway in “Stop the World, I Want to Get Off.” He even went on to star in “Hello, Dolly!” with Carol Channing and in “Fiddler on the Roof.” Now, at the age of 85, he’s a respected painter and sculptor. One of his most famous pieces is a tourist destination in London. He’s used two simple words to guide him through his amazing life: why not?
- Gospel of Good
With the daily news filled with stories of unethical businessmen and out-of-control corporate greed, we’re happy to shine the light on a Fortune 500 company and a retired CEO who are proving that giving back is the best way to move forward.
- Ageless Beauty
Oleda Baker is a supermodel who is decades older than the “typical” cover girl. Plus, she runs her own business, writes and serves as a role model for women of all ages.
Plus, NBA Executive Pat Williams shares what he’s learned from some of the biggest and most inspirational people in the world in Growing Bolder With… and we feature one of the coolest collaborations of all time, between a 91-year-old drummer on an oxygen tank and a 62-year-old eccentric songwriter/filmmaker, in How Are You Growing Bolder?