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While Winfrey has been cited as the richest African American of the 20th century, she does not come from a rich, or even middle class, family.

She was born in an economically troubled neighborhood and raised by a single-teenaged mother in the city of Milwaukee. Orpah, named after a biblical character, had a name no one could pronounce, so her family and friends starting calling her Oprah.

Oprah was then raised by her grandmother,Hatti Mae Lee. Oprah while being raised by her grandmother lived in terrible conditions.

Oprah would frequently give the animals dramatic parts and included them in games. This was perhaps where she had gotten the craze for acting, and would soon be seen in legendary masterpieces such as The Color Purple Oprah because of her grandmother knew how to read,and write before the age of three. Oprah during church would recite poems,and verses from the bible. Soon the church, and the entire neighborhood knew she had a gift and was nicknamed,"The Little Speaker".

This would soon prompt her to become a woman with a strong perspective, which millions across the world would want to have insight on. This prepared her for The Oprah Winfrey Show Due to her ability to read and write before the age of three, when enrolled in school she was often promoted several grades ahead of her age.

Oprah at the age of six went to live with her mother, Vernita Lee. Vernita worked as a maid, so Oprah was often left alone at home with her cousins. Oprah due to her busy mother was paid little attention to at home, this is what prompted Oprah to started misbehaving and talking back to her mother.

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Vernita Lee then decided it was best Oprah live with her father in Nashville Tennessee. Oprah while living in Tennessee, found out her mother was pregnant and her mother requested for her to come back to Milwaukee to live with her mother and half-sister. When Oprah was nine she was raped by her nineteen year old cousin who was baby sitting her. Toward all these incidents, she never told a soul because the predators swore her to silence.

At the age of thirteen Oprah ran away from home, this was due to her years of abuse and at the age of fourteen she became pregnant with an ill son who died shortly after birth.

Oprah took the death of her son as she was given a second chance in life. Oprah attended Nashville East High School. Oprah was also elected school president and met with president Richard Nixon being apart of public speaking classes in her high-school.

Oprah during the last year of high-school was rehearsing with her drama class when a local radio station, WVOL spotted her and asked her if she would like to read on radio. Oprah was then given a job reading the news on the radio. Oprah soon entered into a public speaking contest where the grand prize was a scholarship to Tennessee State University. Oprah won the contest and received a scholarship to Tennessee State University where she majored in Speech Communications and Performing Arts.

Oprah during her college education was offered a job as a co-anchor on the CBS television station, she declined several times before she was convinced by her speech professor that it may be the ultimate step to launch her career.

Oprah wanted to find work outside of Nashville Tennessee and was soon offered a job in Baltimore,Maryland. The job offer came up a few months before her graduation, she had to choose between the job and graduating, so she decided to choose the job in Maryland as the offer was very tempting. Immediately after the first show Oprah knew this is what she wanted to do for the rest of her life.

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Oprah strengthened the talk show for seven years and then she decided it was time to move on. In Oprah sent recorded tapes of the show to a talk-show in Chicago called A. They immediately offered her the job and in September of she changed the name of the show to, "The Oprah Winfrey Show".

The Oprah Winfrey show first targeted woman, however soon due to controversial topics and intriguing topics Oprah brought on to the show it appealed to people of all genders,ethnics,and ages. Oprah promoted many things on her show such as books, movie releases all of which people were eager to know what her opinions were of them.

Winfrey expanded the Oprah Winfrey show and started releasing a monthly magazine which was called, O: The first issue was in Concluding a segment of her career toward which she used as a device to inspire millions and help thousands to lead a better life.

Oprah played a troubled housewife named Sofia.

This movie went on to become a Broadway musical adaptation. In Oprah starred in the movie, Beloved which she also produced. Winfrey played the character Sethe who was a former slave.

Oprah Winfrey will forever be remembered as an innovator through the landmarks she made, becoming the first female African American to host a television show. Inspiring millions of people across the world, discussing significant issues on her show such as equal rights toward genders,racism,poverty, and many others.

Oprah will be seen as an icon someone who paved the way for others to become successful. Peter Sean Trade Mark 2 Her repeated dramatic weight loss and gain Trivia 77 She permanently withdrew herself and her show from consideration for a Daytime Emmy Award after being awarded the Lifetime Achievement in Was sued by Texas cattlemen who claimed that Oprah defamed beef on her talk show.

She was found not liable. Still, she was the highest ranking performer, as well as the highest ranking woman, and the only African-American to make the list. Is the first woman in history to own and produce her own talk show.

Given an honorary National Book Award for her "influential contribution to reading and books". Harpo is Oprah spelled backwards. Gave birth to a baby boy when she was just The baby died after 2 weeks, from complications of being born 2 months premature. Was instrumental in the passage of the Oprah Bill, in the early s. The bill was signed into law by President Bill Clinton , and is aimed at stopping child abuse. Raised in abject poverty, she received her first pair of shoes in at age 6.

In fact, when it was time for her to start kindergarten, she wrote a note to her teacher insisting she should be in first grade. The teacher agreed and after finishing that grade she was then skipped to third grade. They plan to put conservation first and keep site development low key. She was the first African-American women to make the list of billionaires, in In the ad, they sat together on a couch watching the Superbowl, wearing opposing team jerseys.

Was 3 on the annual Forbes magazine Celebrity list in Collapsed from heat exhaustion during a recent visit to her hometown of Kosciusko, Mississippi. Several different stories allude to the fact that either a misspelling on her birth certificate or a struggle with the pronunciation of her name eventually led to "Oprah" being adopted as her given name.

Has Native American ancestry. Had two half-siblings from her mother. Her half-brother passed away from AIDS in December and her half-sister, Patricia Lee , died under mysterious circumstances in Ranked 1 in the Forbes The Celebrity list. Her personal chef until was Art Smith.

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With ratings at an estimated 6. Aunt of Chrishaunda Lee Perez , the daughter of her deceased half-sister Patricia. Oprah walked Chrishaundra down the aisle at her wedding in Her idol is Diana Ross. Her favorite album is "Graceland" by Paul Simon. She was interviewed for the documentary about the album Under African Skies Over the year run of her daytime TV talk show, Winfrey never once missed a day through absenteeism. By , her empire had expanded to personnel. Ever since she was years-old, Oprah has kept a journal of every day of her life.

Since the inception of the "Book Club" segment on her show, an estimated 30 million books were sold as a direct result of the worldwide publicity. Oprah has become the first African-American woman to own a cable network. Subject of the song "Oprah Winfrey" by Wesley Willis.

Longtime friend of Joan Rivers. Winfrey attended her funeral, when the comedienne passed away on September 7, Good friends with Tyler Perry.