S1 E1 • Val McCallum
Val McCallum frankly discusses his celebrity parents and family tragedies as well as his long career as a songwriter and consummate studio musician.
S1 E2 • John Krasinski
He was a lovable everyman on "The Office," but actor John Krasinski is also a driven writer and director who doesn't always fit the Hollywood mold.
S1 E3 • Blake Mills
Blake Mills is an intellectual who's been a pop-rock musician since age 13. He talks about writing songs that openly express his life, no matter what.
S1 E4 • Aimee Mann
Aimee Mann riffs on her childhood and how she went from barely knowing how to play guitar to becoming a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter.
S1 E5 • Robert Downey Jr.
Robert Downey Jr. opens up about his unorthodox early life and his storied career, from his approach to playing Charlie Chaplin to being Iron Man.
S1 E6 • Tony Hawk
The world's greatest skateboarder talks career, injuries and his post-competition life with his foundation and billion-dollar video game series.
S1 E7 • Dave Grohl
Few rockers can boast a pedigree that goes from Nirvana to Foo Fighters, but drummer Dave Grohl has done all that and says he still feels like a kid.
S1 E8 • Judd Apatow
His mega-hits include "Knocked Up," but the show that defined him was cult classic "Freaks and Geeks." As Judd Apatow tells it, it fit him to a tee.
S1 E9 • Laura Dern
Laura Dern is an actress who knew what she wanted at age 7. She talks about career choices and dedication to her craft over big box office success.
S1 E10 • Stacy Peralta
Stacey Peralta talks about launching skateboarding as a sport, getting rich, then popping a career wheelie to make films like "Dogtown and Z-Boys."
S1 E11 • Martin Short
Some comics are drawn to comedy by unhappy childhoods; Martin Short was not, as he relates in stories about his funny family and classic characters.
S1 E12 • Will Forte
Coming off his critically acclaimed role in "Nebraska," laid-back "SNL" alum Will Forte expounds on his surprisingly straightforward life and career.
S1 E13 • Michael B. Jordan
Starring in "The Wire" when he was a teenager, actor Michael B. Jordan talks about "Fruitvale Station," versatility and transcending typecasting.
S1 E1 • Sarah Silverman
Edgy comic Sarah Silverman talks openly about what shaped her life and career, from struggling with depression as a teenager to writing for "SNL."
S1 E2 • Matt Damon
S1 E3 • Ed Helms
S1 E4 • Jackson Browne
S1 E5 • Judy Greer
S1 E6 • Jeff Bridges
S1 E7 • Taylor Goldsmith
S1 E8 • Laird Hamilton
S1 E9 • Jon Brion
S1 E10 • Jason Sudeikis
S1 E11 • Chris Pine
S1 E12 • Jessica Chastain
S1 E1 • Will Ferrell
S1 E2 • Ethan Hawke
S1 E3 • Jon Hamm