Emmy-award winner Cloris Leachman shares her acting philosophy.
Classic comedian Jonathan Winters was at his best when he was improvising.
Walker's "Good Times" character was such a hit, he changed the direction of the sitcom.
Despite "Good Times" producer Norman Lear's wishes, Jimmie Walker was there to be funny.
Improv master Jonathan Winters paved the way for younger comedian Robin Williams.
Robin Williams developed his signature style of improvisational comedy as a young comic.
Dick Van Dyke loved to perform physical comedy, even if the script didn't call for it.
In the Fall of 1984, Bill Cosby almost single handedly revived the sitcom genre.
Though “Julia” aired during the turbulent 1960s, the show abstained from racial activism.
George Takei discusses his early life in a paranoid United States.
Comic Margaret Cho discusses her short-lived sitcom, "All-American Girl."
Bill Cosby's interest in education began long before "The Cosby Show."