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Oprah Gail Winfrey (born January 29, 1954) was the leading talk shows on television (talk show host) and a magazine publisher, also won an Emmy for African Americans. Winfrey is African-American women have the first name in the list of billionaires and is considered one of the most influential figure in the world. September 2006, Oprah Winfrey selected by Forbes magazine for inclusion in the list of 100 most powerful women in the world, with the No. 14 [2].YouthWinfrey was born in Kosciusko, Mississippi (USA) January 19, 1954 in a poor family of Baptist believers, Orpah Gail Winfrey was named, as a character in the book of Ruth (Ruth ) of the Bible, but the midwife was writing a birth certificate misspelled the name and from which she called Oprah. Oprah's mother, Vernita Lee, was a maid, her father, Vernon Winfrey, a miner, later practicing barber, and finally the City Council. At her birth, her father was in the military. Her parents were married before age twenty and not marriage. Oprah After the birth, the mother had to go up north to find work, so she lived six years in the care of his grandmother Haitee Mae. Oprah grandmother taught her to read and give to the church, where she was known as "the preacher" cited by the possibility of her Bible. Grandmother helped her to people with a fairly strict upbringing, she used when necessary, a small whip (in the south it is a soft whip, only the psychological effect rather than for children with painful blow ) to remind Oprah when she refused to do housework or wrong behavior.As a child, Oprah was very intelligent and strong determination, she learned to read when she was just two. Six Winfrey went to live with her mother in Milwaukee even though her mother could not find where the support and encouragement as the grandmother. Here Winfrey suffered some abuse because of darker skin quite like being forced to sleep on the porch in the cold as well as being verbally abused because of her face. Oprah recounted that she had been forced by the age of nine and are often seduced by the boyfriend of their aunt, Oprah sliding gradually into the life of immorality. At age 14, she went to live with his father in Nashville, Tennessee.Her father, Vernon, strict but knows how to encourage learning and watching her daughter is a priority. Winfrey became excellent student and was granted a full scholarship to attend Tennessee State University, an institution dedicated to long black. Here Winfrey school to study communications. At age 18, Winfrey won the victory in the Miss Black Tennessee.Since Winfrey did not speak grandmother believed she would appear on stage. When Winfrey was a child doll play interviews and crows on the fence of her home, but her career in the media world only when she was only seventeen years old, working for a radio program of the school high school.When you are admitted to work for a local television station, WTVF-TV of Nashville stations, Winfrey is the host's youngest news is the first black woman assigned to host news here. In 1976 she went to work for station WJZ-TV in Baltimore, who co-presenter at six o'clock news. She then recruited to the same host Richard Sher on WJZ's local phone, People Are Talking (speaking people), first aired August 14, 1978.TelevisionIn 1983, Winfrey in Chicago, Illinois to host WLS-TV's AM Chicago when he was in the low rank on the number of spectators. As part of the program made by Winfrey aired February 2, 1984, program success and was renamed the Oprah Winfrey program, extending up to an hour, from 8 months 9 in 1986 are nationwide coverage. By the mid-1990s, program content becomes more serious, presenting problems for which Winfrey is important to the women as the lack of infidelity, child abuse and cosmetic surgery. Winfrey interviewing celebrities about their related fields such as cancer, charity work, or abuse. Winfrey also interviewed ordinary people, but has done something special or relevant to the case of his era. One of the program in recent years as the "wildest Dreams" tour, turning dreams into reality as many people dream of a new home, a meeting with the artists they love, or once appeared in a popular television programs as a presenter. The unofficial discussion and question and answer dialogue with the celebrities after the show aired in the context of Oprah After The Show (Oprah in the background) Oxygen her on the radio.Upon the occurrence of a lawsuit against her, Winfrey hire company Courtroom Sciences, Inc. Dr. Phil MacGraw to help her analyze and determine the attitude of the jury. Dr. Phil was so impressed he invited Winfrey to appear on television programs, and it was a resounding success. Since then, McGraw appeared on The Oprah Winfrey Show for several years before he made his own program, Dr. Phil, in 2004, made by Winfrey's production company, Harpo Productions.Perhaps the most famous program is the first episode of The Oprah Winfrey Show Oprah television season (season) 19th in the fall of 2004, each audience participation program was awarded a new car brand Pontiac G6; 276 the car is a gift of Pontiac as part of the promotion of its image.Concert Nobel Peace Prize in 2004 led by Oprah and Tom Cruise with the participation of the performers as Cyndi Lauper, Andrea Bocelli, Joss Stone, Chris Botti, Diana Krall, Tony Bennett and artists other. The concert was broadcast over the country December 23, 2004 by E! (Entertainment Television - Channel Entertainment). In 2005, a fan club does not officially organize the competition to nominate Oprah Nobel Peace Prize.Winfrey is also a cofounder of the cable television network Oxygen for women, and president of Harpo Productions company (Harpo is Oprah spelled backwards).FilmIn 1985, Winfrey involved in a film adaptation of a literary award-winning Alice Walker, The Color Purple. Winfrey received praise as a wife in desperate circumstances. The following year Winfrey was nominated for best female lead additives for Oscar Awards, but lost it at the hands of Anjelica Huston. The Color Purple was adapted into a musical show in Broadway in late 2005 with producer Oprah is.October 1998, Oprah participate film Beloved, based on literary works of the same name by Pulitzer Prize winner Tom Morrison, in the role of producer and actor. To prepare for the role of Sethe in the film (starring former slave) Oprah to undergo the experience of a slave for 24 hours as were bound, blindfolded and abandoned in the woods. Although Winfrey devoted two television programs and advertising spend, the film suffered losses of approximately $ 20 million.In 2005, Harpo Productions company launched a production of a novel adapted from Zora Neal Hurston's famous, Their Eyes Were Watching God (1937). Work made for television based on Suzan-Lori script Parks with the female lead is assigned to Halle Berry.Winfrey was awarded the Bob Hope Humanitarian Award at the 2002 Emmy Awards for contributions to television and cinema. In 2004, Oprah and crew perform a program titled Kindness of Christmas, which, with his best friend Gayle Winfrey, Stedman Graham and fellow crew to South Africa to report on the situation of children living in poverty and living with AIDS. The trip lasted 21 days, Oprah and crew visited schools and orphanages in poor neighborhoods and elsewhere in the region, delivering Christmas presents to 50,000 children, dolls for girls and soccer balls for the boys. Each child will be given a backpack filled with learning tools as well as two school uniforms, two pairs of socks, two sets of underwear and a pair of shoes. Through his television program, Oprah urged viewers to contribute to Oprah's Angel Network for African children infected with AIDS and are living in poverty with a promise to personally supervise the use of money donations. Just in time called him, audiences around the world have sent $ 7 million.Books and MagazinesWinfrey published two magazines: O, The Oprah Magazine and O at Home and co-author of five is a website about women's lifestyle, offering advice on all areas from mental to physical, from spirituality to food, from homemakers about social relations. It also provides information about all TV programs Oprah Winfrey, the exclusive interactive content based on O magazine, Oprah and also has other content like Oprah reading club, which provides guidelines deeply about the book selection, online discussion groups and discussion meetings with professionals. In 2003, Winfrey promotion re Oprah Book Club with a section on network activity, is fast becoming the largest book club in the world with more than 670,000 members.Since then, Winfrey continues to use efforts against those who abuse children by fundraising more than $ 3 million for victims of Katrina and tornadoes help abusers arrested four children. Average has more than 100 million people access and more than 3 million members (user) per month. But book club members to develop up to 800,000 people.RadioFebruary 9, 2006, Oprah signed a contract for 3-year, $ 55 million to XM Satellite Radio to establish a new radio channel, Opra & Friends, with the appearance of those who collaborated with Winfrey on The Oprah Winfrey Show and 'O' Magazine as Nate Berkus, Dr. Mehmet Oz, Bob Greene, Dr. Robin Smith and Marianne Williamson. Under the contract, Winfrey aired to 30 minutes per week and 39 weeks per year. Winfrey appears in 30-minute weekly program with friend Gayle King. Winfrey event aimed at getting large sums of money to broadcast only in a relatively short duration, analysts said it was a mistake of XM and proposed board of directors should resign. Because Winfrey's audience is extremely loyal to her, so what remains is broadcasting 30 minutes a week is sufficient to develop the audience of registration or not. This channel will be broadcast from a new studio headquarters in Chicago Oprah, the time was set for broadcast in September 2006.Personal lifeAccording to Forbes magazine in 2006, Oprah Winfrey owns an internet network of more than $ 1.4 billion. Winfrey currently lives in a large private territory 42 acres (170,000 m²) overlooking the sea. Territory was named "Promised Land" is located in Montecito, California, outside Santa Barbara. Winfrey has it that in a meeting that the previous owner of the territory are playing dice, and like this place too Winfrey, according to rumors, decided to buy it and immediately signed a check for $ 50 million default Although the owner does not intend to sell this territory. Winfrey also has a house in Lavalette, New Jersey.Winfrey has never married, but many people believe that she is living with a colleague, Stedman Graham, for nearly twenty years. While most people believe this is a serious relationship, some people think that is most often the social relations; in fact Graham was a co-founder and owner of a company that specializes in the of his own PR.Despite being a celebrity and a millionaire, in 2004 Winfrey joined a jury in a murder case. The case to be tried in the city of Chicago, Illinois; accused is a man accused of murder after arguing about a counterfeit bill worth 50 dollars. The jury voted guilty man.In 1998, Oprah founded Oprah's Angel Network, a charity aimed at encouraging people around the world to help change the lives of those unfortunate people. Oprah's Angel Network supports charitable projects and provides funds for non-profit organizations around the world share this goal. To date, Oprah's Angel Network has raised more than $ 27 million. Oprah own pocket to pay for administrative expenses and administration, like all the money is used for charitable programs.Program of cooperation with PBS television in 2006, African American Lives (Lives of African Americans), Oprah was going to try DNA. Genetic test for ethnic origin indicate that maternal lineage of Oprah Kpelle ethnic group, living on this land is a country Liberia. It also determined that Winfrey in her Indian blood (about 8%) and East Asia (5%).InfluenceCurrently, according to a ranking by Forbes Magazine, Winfrey as celebrities have the most powerful and ranked ninth among the most powerful woman in the world. Winfrey also is African-American women have the first name in the list of billionaires.In the late 1990s, Winfrey introduced Oprah Book Club as part of her TV show, focusing on new works and classics, successfully drew attention from the public to work longer in the dark. The impact of the book club so great that any work that Winfrey introduced a collection of book club, immediately became a best seller (this is considered the Oprah Effect phenomenon).CriticismMany people believe that Winfrey's success thanks in part to racial bias and gender. When discussing the lack of fidelity, Winfrey often refers to the man who betrayed and deceived his wife, only to mention how poorly women lack the fidelity and fleeting for their criticisms.Sometimes the Oprah book club selection are considered works of low tastes, typically one of the authors whose books are selected, Jonathan Franzen disagree on this privilege, that the selection of the club will drop his literary reputation.Many also realize that there are times when celebrities appear in Winfrey's television program, "come out" and do charity work (such as sick child care) almost coincides with Point them to hit the market a certain product (eg a film they starred or a music album). For many, this is not just trivializing the lofty goals, but also turn them into marketing vehicle, or worse, almost as an act of abuse, especially as related to child you.Television* Before Women Had Wings (1997) (Winfrey is the manufacturer)* There Are No Children Here (1993)* Lincoln (1992) (documentary) (Winfrey is the narrator)* Brewster Place (1990 - 1991)* The Women of Brewster Place (1989) (Winfrey is the manufacturer)* The Oprah Winfrey Show (1986 - present)Movie* Bee Movie (2007) (voice)* Charlotte's Web (2006)* Emmanuel's Gift (2005) (documentary) (Winfrey is the narrator)* Brothers of the Borderland (2004) (short film) (Winfrey is the narrator)* Unchained Memories: Readings from the Slave narratives (2003) (documentary) (Winfrey is the narrator)* Beloved (1998)* Listen Up: The Lives of Quincy Jones (1990) (documentary)* Throw Momma from the Train (1987) (Cameo)* Native Son (1986)* The Color Purple (1985)
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