Wayne Rogers became famous as "Trapper John" McIntyre on the hit television show M*A*S*H. But the Princeton graduate knew that acting, as much as he loved it, was not a dependable career. So he began exploring business opportunities — from building to baseball to bridal gowns. In his new book, Make Your Own Rules, Rogers explains how he made the transition from actor to respected entrepreneur.
See also: Boomers mean business.
My Generation's Andy Field met Wayne in Destin, Fla., for some impromptu business lessons.
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