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Ron and Clint Howard on Being ‘The Boys’

I am the same age as Ron Howard so I remember watching him on the Andy Griffith Show in the early 1960's.

We were able to see their lives, their uniqueness on TV.

We should never forget that God is watching each one of us and our uniqueness is appreciated and loved by him.

I hope you enjoy the interview from Ron and Clint Howard concerning their biography.



Ron and Clint Howard on Being ‘The Boys’
Ron and Clint Howard on Being ‘The Boys’


Clint and Ron Howard Remember When They Were Just ‘The Boys’

"In a new memoir, the showbiz siblings recall their experiences growing up on “The Andy Griffith Show,” “Star Trek” and other Hollywood classics. But they weren’t all happy days.


Growing up, Clint and Ron Howard never had to dream of stardom, because as children they’d already achieved it. Ron was just 6 when he was second-billed on “The Andy Griffith Show” and 8 when “The Music Man,” featuring him crooning “Gary, Indiana,” was released. Clint, his younger brother, was racking up roles on “Bonanza,” “Star Trek” and “Gentle Ben.”

Today they are both Hollywood veterans: Ron, 67, is an Academy Award-winning director (“A Beautiful Mind”) and co-founder of Imagine Entertainment, while Clint, 62, is a prolific character actor who’s shown up everywhere from “Seinfeld” to the “Austin Powers” movies.

But their lives were transformed by their time as child actors and the influence of their parents, Rance Howard and Jean Speegle Howard, who left Oklahoma to pursue their own ambitions of becoming actors — goals that were surpassed countless times over by the accomplishments of their two sons..." from the article: Clint and Ron Howard Remember When They Were Just ‘The Boys’





Ron and Clint Howard on Being ‘The Boys’

"Oct 15, 2021

Academy Award-winning director Ron Howard and actor Clint Howard discuss their family memoir, “The Boys,” with Times columnist Mary McNamara." from video introduction



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