Actor Neal McDonough is catching attention for refusing to compromise his values in Hollywood. The “Flags of Our Fathers” and “Project Blue Book” star reportedly has a policy of not portraying romantic scenes — a principled stance that has reportedly led him to lose work in Tinseltown.
We talk a lot about the effect of tech on kids, and how to set healthy, age-appropriate boundaries. But with a recent study showing a dramatic spike in screen time and media consumption for U.S. adults (over 12 hours per day!), maybe we should also consider setting some limits for ourselves.
Atticus Shaffer made audiences laugh for nearly a decade with his comical portrayal of “Brick,” the youngest of the three Heck children on ABC’s popular sitcom “The Middle.” Shaffer, whose nine-year performance officially came to an end last May when the show’s series finale aired, is also an outspoken Christian who openly shares how his faith has guided him through difficult times.
“Duck Dynasty” star Missy Robertson is passionate about helping those in need. From assisting women coming out of trafficking and prison to helping children and families in need, Robertson and her family have devoted much of their time to charity — a topic that the TV star recently discussed in detail during an interview with “The Billy Hallowell Podcast.”