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"THERE'S A LOT OF HUMOR TO BE HAD EVEN IN THE DARKEST TIMES OF LIFE"

Ken Jeong always wanted to be a comedian, but he focused on his studies and it paid off. He graduated from high school at the age of 16 and headed off to college, then medical school, but his dream never died. After a few years practicing medicine, he decided to go for it.

And audiences are lucky he did! He delighted fans with his star-making turns in the show Community and in hit films like The Hangover and Knocked Up.

He also got the opportunity to tap into his life in his own TV sitcom, Dr. Ken, which he created, wrote, produced, directed and starred in. Before it was canceled, he called it a sort of alternative timeline of what his life could have been like had his comedy career not taken off.

Ken talks to Growing Bolder about his unlikely stardom and offers his advice for chasing your dreams, no matter how unlikely they may seem.

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Through our ongoing partnership with The Conversation Project, we’ve talked about the importance of not only having an end-of-life plan for yourself, but in sharing it with loved ones. The best way to gauge whether you are truly prepared is to ask yourself the question: “If something unexpected happens, who will speak for me?” Are you happy with the answer?

In our newest post, we dive into that PLUS, how you can serve as a health care proxy for someone else, and help him or her in one of the most vulnerable times of life -- take a scary situation and make it powerful and peaceful! 

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