From "Seinfeld" to "The National Dog Show," actor John O'Hurley has done it all. But one thing you may not know is that he's also a businessman.
After starring as J. Peterman in "Seinfeld," he actually invested in and relaunched the J. Peterman Company in 2001. He says the company is still going strong 16 years later.
Beyond acting, O'Hurley has had a prolific career as a TV host. He hosted "The Family Feud" from 2001-2006 and has hosted "The National Dog Show" since 2002.
We ask O'Hurley about the trend we've seen in recent decades of politically conservative TV hosts speaking their minds in spite of Hollywood's liberal lean. O'Hurley says it comes from a sense of individualism.