Oprah Gail Winfrey "Talk show host" is the simplest but wholly inadequate description of Oprah Winfrey, who rose from humble origins to reach the highest tier of media success. Her Chicago-based talk show, in national syndication since 1986, brushed aside veterans like Phil Donohue to become the top-rated in the country. Winfrey leveraged that success into an acting career, earning an Academy Award nomination for her first role in "The Color Purple." Every selection for her
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Oprah WinFrey was one of the most dominated female figures in entertainment business. She created a dynasty by started from nothing to an almost a billion dollar industry. Not only she work hard but also worked hard for others to have a chance to have a place in life, especially to those in needs. Throughout hard work and dedication she become the first African American women as to create a name for herself in history.