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Toni Morrison Biography

Her novels are famous for their epic subjects, graphic dialogue and richly detailed black characters. Morrison has won virtually every novel prize potential. She’s been given honorary degrees. Her dad, George Wofford, worked mostly as a welder, but held several occupations simultaneously to support the family. Her mom, Ramah, was ...

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Steve Martin Biography

Produced on August 14, 1945, in Waco, Texas, Steve Martin left school in 1967 to write for TV. In 1979, he starred in his first full length feature film, The Jerk, and afterwards went to success with Father of the Bride and numerous other movies. More recently, in Martin released ...

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Shonda Rhimes Biography

Shonda Rhimes, created January 13, 1970, in University Park, Illinois, is the very first African American girl to make and executive-generate a Top 10 network show—the medical drama Grey’s Anatomy. She’s in addition the originator of its own spinoff, Private Practice, as well as the political thriller Scandal. Before these ...

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Ryan Murphy Biography

After starting out as a journalist, Murphy moved into movie and television, where he is worked as a producer, screenwriter and director. In 2009, Murphy’s popular show Glee, about a high school glee club, debuted on FOX. One of television’s most honored originators, Ryan Murphy was born on November 9, ...

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Prince Charles Biography

Charles continues to be under public scrutiny his lifetime, much of it due to his relationships with girls. He confessed to adultery with Camilla Parker Bowles during his wedding to Princess Diana, and finally married her. His mom became queen when he was just three following the passing of his ...

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Lena Dunham Biography

Lena Dunham was born in Nyc on May 13, 1986. At 25, Dunham made an enormous splash in the entertainment business for her HBO show Girls, which premiered in 2012. The edgy show follows a group of 20-something girls residing in Nyc. The characters and storylines in many cases are ...

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