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Former Nightline anchor and author Ted Koppel has made a career of stepping out of his comfort zone. The veteran journalist has also been with his wife, Grace Anne Dorney, for over 50 years.
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Gray Hair, Don’t Care — AARP
Gray hair is having a moment. Now more than ever, women are feeling empowered to embrace their natural roots as they age. Watch these women rock their gray and speak their truth.
Denise Austin: How to Turn Your Walk Into Your Workout — AARP
Walking is one of the most powerful and easiest ways to improve your health and well-being. Fitness expert Denise Austin shares her top 10 tips to turn your walk into a workout.
Fashion Foresight: Tech-Infused Fashion for the Blind — AARP
Twenty-two-year-old fashion designer Camila Chiriboga believes fashion can change the world. From textures to zippers to audio tags, this Parsons graduate’s new clothing line is fashionable, functional and tech savvy.
“Too Old” for the Career You Love? Oh Hell No! — AARP
Deemed “too old” by the industry, actress and comic Mariann Aalda reclaims the career she loves and empowers women of all ages to snap out of society’s trance.
Greta Pontarelli: Pole Artist & Age Disruptor — AARP
Pole artist Greta Pontarelli inspires us with her strength, artistry and can-do attitude in the unlikely art of pole dancing, which is dominated by younger women.
Take My Nose … Please!
This is a first-time documentary by filmmaker Joan Kron. It’s a seriously funny and wickedly subversive look at the role comedy has played in exposing the pressures on women to be attractive and society’s ambivalence about plastic surgery.
From the Baby Boom to the Writers Room – AARP
Dan Lyons has been a tech journalist, a satirist and even a writer on HBO’s hit series "Silicon Valley." But now he’s writing about something new: ageism. Watch the video to find out why, and hear his dream for an ageless workplace.
Helen Mirren on Breaking the Rules – AARP
Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren is writing her own playbook. She says she’s learned to break her own rules on a regular basis. #DisruptAging
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Dinner with Don: Snoop Dogg Raps With Don Rickles — AARP
Vodka, freestyling and family — three things Rickles and Snoop have in common. In this episode of "Dinner with Don," Don and Snoop vibe to "Gin and Juice," Snoop shares his early influences, and they talk about Snoop as the "black Frank Sinatra."
Dinner with Don: Marisa Tomei Talks Life and Love With Don Rickles — AARP
In this episode of "Dinner with Don," the actress talks about her career, from soap operas and strip clubs to playing Aunt May in "Spider-Man: Homecoming." Don shares a bit of his own filmography, including his turn as a gangster in "The Rat Race."
Dinner with Don: Jimmy Kimmel Goes Deep With Don Rickles — AARP
The best career advice Jimmy Kimmel ever got was from Don Rickles. In this episode of "Dinner with Don," the two friends talk about what Jimmy initially wanted to be when he grew up, the secrets to life, and how Don got the nickname "Mr. Warmth."
Watch Snoop Dogg, Jimmy Kimmel, Amy Poehler & More Celebs in ‘Dinner with Don’ — AARP
“Dinner with Don” is now live on AARP’s YouTube channel! “Dinner with Don” is a unique legacy series celebrating the life and work of beloved comedian, Don Rickles.
Dinner with Don: Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese Reminisce With Don Rickles — AARP
It's been 22 years since Don Rickles worked with Robert De Niro and Martin Scorsese on the set of "Casino." In this special episode of "Dinner with Don," the three men share behind-the-scenes moments from filming.
Dinner with Don: Amy Poehler Cracks Up Don Rickles — AARP
In this episode of "Dinner with Don," the two comedians talk about Rickles' military service in the Philippines, Amy's start at Second City in Chicago and the challenge of teasing people today.
Dinner with Don: Billy Crystal Talks Rat Pack With Don Rickles — AARP
Billy Crystal once won $1,000 from Robin Williams in a bet over Don Rickles. In this episode of “Dinner with Don,” the comedians talk Don’s long friendship with Frank Sinatra and the rest of the Rat Pack.
Dinner with Don: Sarah Silverman Crushes On Don Rickles — AARP
Don Rickles isn't the only one who does a mean impression of his wife, Barbara. In this episode of "Dinner with Don," the two comedians talk about Don's trailblazing approach to standup comedy, Sarah's dream retirement, and Don's idol Milton Berle.
Dinner with Don: Paul Rudd Chews the Fat With Don Rickles — AARP
In this episode of "Dinner with Don," Rickles and Rudd connect over their shared high school alma mater, the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, their bar mitzvahs and the secret to a long marriage.