At age 66, Susan Sarandon has enjoyed a long career in show business, an industry that places much emphasis on physical attractiveness and youthful appearance. Watch Susan reflect on the inevitability of aging in Hollywood, why she says, 'It's a losing battle if you're trying to still look 22,' and what she believes is at the root of true beauty.
Though she was raised Roman Catholic and describes herself as an eager-to-please child, Susan Sarandon spent part of her childhood questioning her religion. Watch Susan share some examples of religious teachings she didn't understand and explain how her childhood experience carried over into her adult life.
While filming the 1983 feature 'The Hunger,' Susan Sarandon was told by her doctors that she had endometriosis and wouldn't be able to have children, so it came as a surprise when she found herself pregnant not long after at age 38. Watch Susan tell the story of how the impossible became possible and how she reacted to her surprise pregnancy.
Oscar-winning actress Susan Sarandon talks about her Hollywood success. Plus she opens up about becoming pregnant after doctors told her she wouldn’t be able to have kids, aging in the entertainment industry and why she believes relationships need to evolve, even if it means parting ways.
Lenny Kravitz's maternal grandfather had a big hand in raising the future rockstar and teaching him the importance of personal discipline. Lenny says that even when his grandfather reached his twilight years, he was always open to new ideas and new ways of thinking. Watch as this Grammy winner shares how this set his grandfather apart.
Drug addiction was a pervasive problem in 1970s New York City, and Lenny Kravitz says that many of his childhood friends' mothers got caught up in the epidemic. Watch as the rockstar talks about the pill-popping culture among moms on the Upper East Side and how his own mother and grandfather were such excellent role models.
Long before Lenny Kravitz was a rockstar, he was already touched by fame. Watch as the musician talks about his parents, Roxie Roker, who starred on 'The Jeffersons,' and NBC News producer Sy Kravitz. Plus, Lenny explains how he got his name and why his father often shut down emotionally.
Before Lenny Kravitz waaAs a child, Lenny Kravitz says he never really thought about the difference in race between his parents. Watch as the rockstar explains an incident with a fellow student that taught Lenny how many Americans approached race in the 1970s. Plus, why the Grammy Award winner dislikes labels.s a rock star, he was already touched by fame. Watch as the musician talks about his parents, "The Jeffersons" actress Roxie Roker and NBC News producer Sy Kravitz. Plus, Lenny explains how he was named and why his father often shut down emotionally.
In 1987, Lenny Kravitz, then 23 years old, eloped with his 20-year-old girlfriend, actress Lisa Bonet. While the marriage didn't work out, Lenny says, his romance with Lisa was a wonderful experience, one that led to the birth of their daughter, Zoe. Watch as the rockstar talks about staying close with Lisa, whom he calls his best friend.
Growing up as the son of a white Russian-Jewish man and a black Bahamian woman, Grammy-winning artist Lenny Kravitz says he never thought about the racial and cultural differences within his family until the first day of school. Watch as Lenny talks about discovering how most Americans responded to race in the '60s and '70s.