Cathy answers your questions about how to break through an overly saturated market, and whether you should keep persisting or try a new approach. Then she chats with actor Donny Most, who gained stardom as the beloved Ralph Malph on the incredible TV show “Happy Days.” After leaving the series, Don faced the harsh reality of typecasting in Hollywood – but used the obstacles to open new doors for creativity. Don explains how he eventually pursued his first love of singing big band swing, what has kept him humble throughout the fame, and why you should forget the safety net and just trust yourself.
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Let go and trust yourself – even if there’s no safety net.
If you have a passion that you love and you know it’s in your heart, then do it. But you have to be single-minded about it.
Perseverance will take you far.
There’s no stopping life, which means there’s no stopping on your dreams.
Aim high and shoot straight.
DonnyMost.com – learn about Don Most’s work in music, film & TV, and directing
Ed Sheeran’s quote: “‘Writing songs and playing live is like turning on a tap in an old house; first you’ll get the mud and dirty water, but the more you get it out, the quicker the good water starts flowing.”
Halo Top now the #1 seller of pints of ice cream (Business Insider)
Ira Glass’s The Gap
Garry Marshall, director / producer / writer
Jerry Paris, Happy Days director
Don’s villain on Star Trek Voyager
Don as Emma’s dad on Glee
Metropolitan Club in New York
Vitello’s Restaurant in Studio City
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