Some of you may already be familiar with him as co-founder of CafeMom!
Andrew is dad to three boys, step-dad to two daughters and married to Amy Robach, a correspondent on ABC's Good Morning America. Before becoming an internet entrepreneur, Andrew starred in Fox's Melrose Place as Billy Campbell and played professional soccer in the US and Zimbabwe. The inspiration for Mad Life came from Andrew's own introspection on his crazy life and his desire to help himself and other parents lead happier, more fulfilling lives.
A mom of two, grandmother of eight, and mother-in-law to Andrew Shue. She's been married for over 40 years so she knows more than a few tricks for keeping the romance alive in a relationship.
She's not a parenting expert, but she knows what worked for her and she's not afraid to school a new generation of parents on how to raise happy, well-adjusted children. When she's not in Manhattan visiting her grandkids, she lives in the Midwest where she's enjoying retirement after years of teaching high school English.
Chuck is a comedian, TV personality, husband, and father to two kids. He may seem familiar because he's on your TV A LOT... He's a regular contributor to the Today Show, host of HGTV's Home Strange Home, and has also been seen on Vh-1's Best Week Ever, WE TV's Cinematherapy, The CBS Early Show, The Mike & Juliet Show, Tru TV's World's Dumbest Criminals, and more. Chuck brings a hefty dose of humor to Mad Life discussions, but equally important are his insights and honest reflections on his own crazy life.