The entertainment we choose to watch says a lot about our character. Inspiring movies transform us with magical, adventurous, funny, or poignant stories. Choosing inspiring TV shows allows us to get to know characters we'd like to emulate. Actor interviews bring an even deeper dimension of fun and excitement to quality entertainment.
In this story from 1993, actor James Earl Jones pays tribute to the teacher who helped him find his voice as an actor.
In this story from April 2004, the star of stage, screen and television shares how a math teacher refused to allow the 12-year-old Uggams' God-given talents to go undeveloped.Continue reading
In this story from September 1981, the star of the popular 1970s sitcom "Good Times" recalls when her prayers were answered by a wondrous display of God's love—right in her own backyard.Continue reading
CBS’ 'Lucky Dog' host Brandon McMillan knows a thing or two about dogs. But he also has a few tricks for humans.Continue reading
The Academy Award winning actress is bringing a love of the arts to the next generation with “Julie’s Greenroom.”Continue reading
In this story from September 2005, actress Ann-Margret shares how an accident she suffered onstage taught her to have faith that He was watching over her.Continue reading
Barry Watson is graduating from Matt Camden on "7th Heaven" to the role of single dad on UP TV's new comedy, "Date My Dad."
Winfrey's new film 'The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks' tells the true story of the woman whose cancerous cells changed the face of medicine.Continue reading