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IN Celebrities ON 06 Oct, 2016
Since the very early days of television, Talk Show celebrities have been quite famous. Counting in TV personalities like Jack Paar and Johnny Carson to the legends like Oprah Winfrey and late night talk show hosts like Jimmy Kimmel. They all stand out of the personalities we follow on the big screen.
But did you ever think whether or not they were this hot or witty back in their early days?
Who knew the campy games and bouncy show tunes would turn this artist a biggie?
Jimmy Fallon is a success, and he has given NBC a run for their money. My Dumb Argument King started off from Saturday Night to The Tonight Show following 2014 Winter Olympics.
The Brooklyn boy right from the radio career has changed quite a ton.
You can mark his success from Win Ben Stein's Money comedy in 1997 where he was known for his monotonous vocal style. He even took an Emmy back home. After leaving Win Ben Stein's Money in 2001, he went ahead with The Man Show and gave big wings to his producer dreams. And we were blessed in 2003 with Jimmy Kimmel live.
Oh Boy! Who doesn't love a little of this beautiful lady right here? We all love her. Don't we?
Starting off with the Ellen show as the lead role, Ellen made her way to the Ellen DeGeneres show, hosting the Academy Awards, Emmy Awards, and the Primetime Emmys. And not to forget Aunty Dory from Finding Dory, it was she who gave her the incredible voice.
Having a terrible childhood, the standup comedian from The Daily Show is an all rounder. You will be surprised to know that he is a polyglot and considers himself as a progressive person.
The philanthropist we adore the most was a victim of abuse at the age of 13, after which she was left with a son who died shortly after his birth. Dubbed, "The Queen Of Media," she is the richest African American of the 20th Century. Not just this she is an inspiration to many. Talk about "Oprahfication" or "The Oprah Effect," she has her presence everywhere.
Graham William Walker, the Irish television and radio comedian, and actor has received truckloads of love. The waiter turned panelist chose his stage name as Norton. After his early successes, Norton moved from Channel 4 to host his chat shows- So Graham Norton and V Graham Norton. He has a great story to share. In his early days, while living in London, he was stabbed, beaten and mugged by a couple of gangsters that left him bleeding to death.
Imagine an artist like him joking around about a story as strong as this on AIR. Tune-In for the 20th Season of The Graham Norton Show this Saturday, 8th October at 10 PM, that's set to premiere on Comedy Central.